NFL Waiver Wire: Week 4 Pickups
NFL Waiver Wire: Week 4 Pickups

This article is part of our NFL Waiver Wire series.

Week 3 was pretty quiet as far as injuries go, though Saquon Barkley's high ankle sprain should force some hefty FAAB bids. The youth movement of quarterbacks worked out nicely as almost all of them won their respective games. I wrote up all the first-time starting quarterbacks last week; hit up the comments if you have a specific question and I'll do my best to answer them. And no, don't pick up Taylor Gabriel. Let's take a look at some players to consider this week.

QUARTERBACK

Secondary Targets

Dwayne Haskins, WAS - Can he be any worse than Case Keenum? At this point, the answer has to be no. A slew of first-time starters were hugely successful in their first starts of the season (Daniel Jones was two, Kyle Allen six among fantasy quarterbacks in Week 3). Haskins should enter the fray soon enough and could be as good as the others. This is a lottery ticket, but it could pay off like some of the other first-timers (he'll get the Giants this week and Janoris Jenkins). Get in on the ground floor. FAAB: $4-$8

RUNNING BACK

Primary Targets

Wayne Gallman, NYG - Gallman will be the most popular add this week with the news that Saquon Barkley will miss 4-8 weeks. It's possible the 1-2 Giants take their time bringing their star player back given the unlikelihood they'll make the playoffs. Gallman is interesting for a few reasons. He should get the

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