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Fantasy Football Waiver Wire Advice: Wide Receivers to Stash (Week 4)

Sep 26, 2022
Mack Hollins

It’s important to know the top waiver wire targets for each week of the fantasy football season. We’ll certainly have you covered with our robust waiver wire advice each and every week. Beyond the top targets, though, there is a benefit to improving your bench and stashing players that are forecasted to increase in value. We’ll also be a great resource for these waiver wire stashes. Here’s a look at players you should consider stashing this week.

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Fantasy Football Waiver Wire Stash Targets

Stash candidates: Mack Hollins, Michael Gallup, Isaiah McKenzie

Mack Hollins entered this week with a 12.3% target share and 1.09 yards per route run as the WR73 in fantasy. With Hunter Renfrow out, Hollins tied Davante Adams with a 22.7% target share as he popped off for 158 yards and a score. Hollins is a fine stash, but don’t start plugging him into your lineup just yet. The chances of a 29-year-old journeyman wide receiver who has never finished higher than WR103 in any season becoming a fantasy stud are slim.

Michael Gallup is worth a stash if you have the bench space. CeeDee Lamb‘s performance so far this season has been uneven. With Dalton Schultz also banged up, Gallup could be start-worthy as soon as Dak Prescott returns.

Isaiah McKenzie keeps producing, with a 7-76-1 performance in Week 3. McKenzie is only a stash because even though his talent is on display anytime he gets the ball in his hands, he still was on the field for just 55% of Josh Allen‘s dropbacks. Investing in a player to continue to post big box scores on limited snaps is dangerous.

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