1. Mikel Leshoure, Lions - The Lions would like to run the ball, but they just haven't been able to get it going yet. Kevin Smith has very little burst while Leshoure is that wild card who might be able to bring something to the table off of his suspension. He's a boom or bust player, but worth a priority add.
2. Andre Brown, Giants - With Ahmad Bradshaw out this week, Brown may only be a one week wonder, but there are plenty of owners who need help at RB and the fact that he is getting the call rather than rookie David Wilson is another sign that Brown might have some value as the season progresses if Bradshaw misses time (as he usually does).
3. Brian Hartline, Dolphins - To me, Hartline is a no-brainer in PPR leagues. Hartline has been targeted an incredible 20 times so far this year and has convetered 12 of those targets into catches. While he's not an exciting option, someone has to catch passes in Miami so why not Hartline?
4. Mike Williams, Bucs - Williams has just 5 catches in his first two games, but he's already logged 2 TDs. The Bucs passing game has been revived thanks to the addition of Vincent Jackson and the improved play of Josh Freeman. Mike Williams will be a beneficiary of the passing attack as long as teams continue to worry about VJax.
5. Daryl Richardson, Rams - I don't want to overplay my hand here, but Richardson looked VERY SHARP against the Redskins. Richardson has much more quickness than Steven Jackson and was a factor out of the backfield as well. Even if Jackson comes back, Richardson is a highly recommended handcuff at worst.
6. Dennis Pitta, Ravens -The Ravens new approach to tempo and the passing game is paying off for Pitta with additional targets/catches. Pitta is a solid option for PPR owners and if you're unhappy with your TE play, take a show with him this week.
7. Greg Little, Browns - Little was targeted 7 times against the Bengals and ended up with 5 catches for 57 yards and a TD. The Browns passing game was lousy in their opener, but if Weeden can get it together and continue to improve as he did in week 2, Little will provide quality upside for your WR depth.
8. Austin Collie, Colts - I'm sorry, but I just can't make Collie a priority waiver wire selection. I would like to and the potential is there, but his concussion history means that one more concussion could easily sideline him for a long, long time this year. He's not a bad selection, but I'm just having a hard time backing him right now.
9. Sam Bradford, Rams - While Bradford isn't ready to take over for most fantasy owners as a starter, he looked great last week with over 300 yards passing and 3 TDs. While he is locked in a little too much on Amendola right now, Bradford is showing signs of returning to his rookie form and he has a favorable fantasy schedule coming up.
10. Pierre Thomas, Saints - Pierre Thomas, if available, is a decent addition, but don't get worked up over his 100 yard game. Thomas has only had 13 carries over his first two games and the Saints show no signs of limiting Mark Ingram's touches moving forward. Thomas has value, but only as depth.