We're getting down to the nitty-gritty of the fantasy football campaign, with just three weeks left before a lot of leagues reach their playoffs.
At this time, with the trade deadline for a lot of fantasy players either shut or shutting soon, the waiver wire has never been more important. And this week, there are several stars you should be looking out for as things heat up.
So, for those of you struggling for depth at whatever position, here are some of the up-and-comers you should be sure to grab ahead of week 11.
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Kelley is top of our list because he is not only a must-add player, he is a must start. In a year where so many top order running backs dropped like flies through injury and poor play, some teams are having to play the likes of Jeremy Langford and Darren Sproles week in, week out.
Enter Kelley, the Redskins running back who has taken over from Matt Jones and is running hard. Facing off against the Vikings this past week, Kelley put up a good performance as he went for 97 yards and was unlucky not to reach the end-zone.
Kelley was given 22 carries by Jay Gruden and this could continue. 'Fat Rob' is apparently owned in just 13.6% of NFL.com leagues, grab him now.
After his monster two-game performances earlier in the league that saw him accumulate nearly 30 points, there is a chance Meredith is already owned in your league.
However, after the NFL was shocked yesterday by the news that Alshon Jeffery had been suspended for four games by Roger Goodell for violating PED policy, Meredith has instantly become Jay Cutler's number one target in Chicago. Tight end Zach Miller should also see a boost in targets.
Another running back available and coming good at the perfect time, Prosise has made a top quality start to his rookie season in the league, overperforming the expectations that came with him being a 3rd round draft pick.
Prosise dominated the snaps, carries and touches out of the backfield against the Patriots as he went off for 17 carries for 66 yards while adding another 87 yards on seven receptions.
The finally man on the list is the previously little-known wide receiver. Wideout on the Chiefs can seem like a fantasy wasteland at some times, but Hill has dug out his own little role in the Kansas City offense.
The former Oklahoma State player, who has had his fair share of run-ins with authority, looks to be great value with Jeremy Maclin sidelined by a groin injury. With over 100 yards of offense in two of his last three, Hill has come out of nowhere to become a potentially key player on Championship teams.