NFL Fantasy Football 2022: Week 4 Waiver Wire adds and rankings – Marca

  • September 27, 2022

Make sure you’re prepared for Week 4. Here are the players and Defenses owned in less of 60% of leagues that will make an immediate impact as pickups for your squad.
Welcome to Marca’s Week 4 Waiver Wire rankings, adds, pickups, and QB and D/ST streamers for the 2022 NFL Fantasy Football season. Here you will find the best options in free agency for players owned in less than 60% of leagues.
We will also update this list after Monday Night Football, with the Dallas Cowboys facing off against the New York Giants (8:15pm EST). Week 4 is an all-important Waiver Wire week, as one can now see if Week 1 surprise studs were flukes or will actually be key players the rest of the season.
1. Khalil Herbert (RB)
2. Alexander Mattison (RB)
3. Romeo Doubs (WR)
4. Greg Dortch (WR)
5. Russell Gage (WR)
6. Hayden Hurst (TE)
7. David Njoku (TE)
8. Trevor Lawrence (QB)
9. Jakobi Meyers (WR)
10. Hayden Hurst (TE)
1. Khalil Herbert (Bears – RB)
It’s a fact that David Montgomery is the best Bears running back. However, it is also just as true that Justin Fields has proven to be a terrible QB for Chicago’s RB1. Add the fact now that Montgomery is injured, and that Herbert had a breakout game in Week 3: this is the number one Waiver pickup of the week by a mile.
2. Alexander Mattison (Vikings – RB)
Surprise: Dalvin Cook is hurt again. Although Cook hasn’t been counted out ahead of the Vikings at Saints game in London in Week 4, Mattison is bound to get more action. The trusty handcuff could have many more carries in the next few weeks while Cook recovers.
3. Rachaad White (Bucs – RB)
Leonard Fournette is a ticking time bomb and likely to be held out soon. Once that happens, the talented Rachaad White will step in in a big way.
4. Raheem Mostert (Dolphins – RB)
Despite Mostert being irrelevant in Week 3 with 8 carries and 11 yards, he won’t always be facing the Bills defensive front. Don’t give up on him yet.
5. Jaylen Warren (Steelers – RB)
Najee Harris seems to have a lingering issue and hasn’t been performing to standard. Warren is very talented and worth a spot on your roster going forward.
1. Romeo Doubs (Packers – WR)
The Packers receiver had Aaron Rodgers looking his way, and is developing into his favorite target after Allen Lazard. He was WR12 in Week 4, with 8 receptions and 1 TD.
2. Greg Dortch (Cardinals- WR)
The Cardinals receiver had 9 receptions for 80 yards last week. His chemistry with QB Kyler Murray is developing.
3. Russell Gage (Bucs – WR)
Despite a bad drop, Gage had a whopping 12 receptions in Tampa’s loss against the Packers.
4. Jakobi Meyers (Patriots – WR)
Despite DeVante Parker finally having a good game in Week 3, Meyers seems like a good add in wake of Mac Jones injury, and with veteran Brian Hoyer taking the reigns of the team.
5. Treylon Burks (Titans – WR)
The Titans receiver should be on your roster. Despite Robert Woods gaining revelance in Week 3, Burks is improving week after week.
1. David Njoku (Browns – TE)
2. Hayden Hurst (Bengals – TE)
3. Tyler Conklin (Jets – TE)
4. Logan Thomas (Commanders – TE)
5. Evan Engram (Jaguars – TE)
1. Trevor Lawrence (Jaguars – QB)
The Jax offense is clicking and Lawrence is finally looking like the number 1 Draft Pick of 2021.
2. Jameis Winston (Saints – QB)
Winston fell back to Earth last week, but don’t sleep on him. Olave (WR) is cooking, and so is Michael Thomas (WR).
3. Marcus Mariota (Falcons – QB)
Mariots may not be what the Falcons need to obtain a winning record but he is a good Fantasy QB with an array of good offensive weapons like Kyle Pitts (TE), and Drake London (WR).
4. Jacoby Brisett (Browns – QB)
The Browns signal caller is on a high after having Cleveland chant his name in a great Thursday Night performance last week against the Steelers. His chemistry with Amari Cooper (WR) is also undeniable.
5. Cooper Rush (Cowboys – QB)
The Cowboys QB will face a weak Washington Commanders defense in Week 4, and is worth a stream pickup.
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