Daniel Jones and Tony Pollard are among the top fantasy football players. Week 3 changes/additions

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Daniel Jones and Tony Pollard are among the top fantasy football players. Week 3 changes/additions

Injuries played a big part in Week 2 fantasy football matchups, and they should continue to do so in Week 3 for a few guys you can snag off the waiver wire.

In Week 3, Justin Fields, Tony Pollard, Daniel Jones, Rashard Higgins, and Sony Michel are among the top waiver wire targets.

Continue to keep an eye on your opponents’ rosters to see if they’ve added any players that could be used against you in a weekly clash.

Waiver wire additions should either be players who can instantly contribute to your roster or guys who can be benched in the hopes of providing value down the future.

I’ve put together a list of some of my favorite players to target on the waiver wire this week, sorting them by priority and position. In standard-size leagues, the players I’ve identified ahead of Wednesday’s waiver period have low ownership percentages.

For Week 3, here are my top players to add to my top players to drop list:

TEAM WITH EVERYTHING

D/ST | Cardinals; K | Graham Gano; QB | Daniel Jones, Derek Carr; RB | Sony Michel, JaMycal Hasty, Tony Pollard, Michael Carter; WR | Henry Ruggs, DeMarcus Robinson, Rashard Higgins; TE | Maxx Williams; D/ST | Cardinals

SPECIAL MENTIONS

RBs Zack Moss, Cordarrelle Patterson, Darrel Williams, J.D. McKissic, Michael Pittman, Darius Slayton, Byron Pringle, Sammy Watkins; WRs Michael Pittman, Darius Slayton, Byron Pringle, Sammy Watkins; TE | Dawson Knox; D/ST | Saints; K | Greg Joseph

DROPS AT THE TOP

Carson Wentz, Andy Dalton at QB; Giovani Bernard, Tevin Coleman at RB; Russell Gage at WR; Zach Ertz at TE; Patriots at D/ST; Cairo Santos at K

QUARTERBACK

If you’re desperate for a quarterback and need a streamer, New York Giants quarterback Daniel Jones should be in your team for Week 3. Jones was fourth among quarterbacks in fantasy points from Week 2 until Sunday’s games.

Many of the Giants’ games will be played from behind, which will result in more throw attempts for Jones. He’ll be useful as a runner as well. Jones rushed for 95 yards and a touchdown against the Washington Football Team in Week 2.

The Giants have a fantastic matchup this week against a weak Atlanta Falcons defense. If your starter isn’t great and you’re facing a tougher competition, Jones is a good option.

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