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Waiver Wired: Episode 5
By Clayton Bailey

Week 4 Report Card 

QB Blake Bortles JAX: 253 yards, 1 TD, 2 INT = 14 points

RB Donald Brown SD: 4 rec, 54 total yards = 8 points

WR Josh Brown ARI: BYE

TE Dwyane Allen IND: 3 rec, 38 yards, 1 TD = 12 points

K Alex Henery DET: 1/2 FG (50), 3/3 XPM = 8 points

D/ST Chargers SD = 14 PA, 2 INT, 1 FR, 3 SACK = 15 points

 Alex Smith


Alex Smith | CHIEFS

Throwing for 434 yards and six touchdowns over the past two weeks, Smith has developed superb chemistry with a young receiving core and hopes to see more of the same support in the running game from Jamaal Charles and Knile Davis.

After routing a solid Patriots defense for 248 yards and three touchdowns (27 points), he enters Week 5 against his former team in San Francisco as the 12th best QB in standard scoring leagues.

Full disclosure: Is Smith the guy leading you to a fantasy championship? That's unlikely, but I've seen worse. However, it is safe to put him in the QB2 conversation and call him an 'elite bye week replacement', if you will. Over the next five weeks, he's set to face favorable matchups in SD, STL, NYJ, and BUF before welcoming the Seahawks to town Week 11.

I'd take him over: Mike Glennon, Teddy Bridgewater, Blake Bortles, Charlie Whitehurst, Geno Smith

 Running Back

Darrin Reaves | PANTHERS

Pick-up a Panthers running back not named DeAngelo Williams, Jonathan Stewart or Mike Tolbert?

Yeah, it's that bad in Carolina, but we don't care about their wins and losses.

After replacing Williams due to an ankle injury suffered in the first quarter of Week 4, Reaves is set to make his first career start at home against the Bears on Sunday. Despite racking up just 37 total yards on 15 touches, the rookie from Alabama-Birmingham figures to receive a full work-load as the Panthers continue to face severe injury woes at the running back position.

Full disclosure: Reaves is safe to stash in all league's as he remains the best option in Carolina for what looks to be another 2-3 weeks. While Benjarvis Green-Ellis is among one of the running backs rumored to be on the Panthers' radar, Reaves' value shouldn't alter much either way.

I'd take him over: Branden Oliver, Patrick DiMarco, James White, Ka'Deem Carey, Jacquizz Rodgers

 Odell Beckham Jr.

Wide Receiver

Odell Beckham Jr. | GIANTS

Beckham (hamstring) is set to practice this week in full as he anticipates his NFL debut at home against the Falcons.

Awarded the 2013 Paul Hornung Award for college football's most versatile player, the Giants' 12th overall pick in last year's draft racked up over 2,300 yards and 12 touchdowns in just three season's with the LSU Tigers. 

Full disclosure: Even if Beckham doesn't suit up against the Falcons on Sunday, he figures to be a big part in the Giants' special teams and intermediate passing game for the remainder of the season.

I'd take him over: Mike Evans, Devin Hester, Louis Murphy, Mike Williams, Jarius Wright, Jeremy Ross

 Tight End

Clay Harbor | JAGUARS

Harbor hauled in all of Blake Bortles' eight targets in Sunday's loss to the Chargers for a total of 69 yards.

As Cecil Shorts remains more than likely to miss Week 5 against the Steelers, Bortles seemed to favor the short passing game to Harbor and should be looking his way frequently in what could be a shootout in Pittsburgh.

Full disclosure: Harbor enters the TE2 conversation with the current injury situation developing in Jacksonville. As Bortles settles in to his starting role, the tight end position figures to be his best and most consistent commodity.

I'd take him over: Scott Chandler, Josh Hill, Jacob Tamme, Ladarius Green, Daniel Fels


Nate Suisham | STEELERS

The Jaguars welcome the Steelers allowing the most points to fantasy kickers through the first four weeks of the season.

While Suisham has failed to prove much consistency from the 50+ yard mark, he ranks 5th among fantasy kickers in total points so far this season and has attempted the second most kicks (10) behind only Justin Tucker, Dan Carpenter, and Blair Walsh (11).

Full disclosure: In fantasy football, kickers are most valued by opportunity. Given the Jaguars' track record of decent stoppage in the red-zone and the Steelers' inability to finish when it's needed most, we like Suisham's chances if you're a 'streaming kickers' kind of player.


Detroit Lions | vs BUF

Notables: PIT D/ST vs JAX, CHI D/ST at CAR, SD vs. NYJ

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