Another week, another waiver wire. If you're wondering how league-changing these moves can be, see Puka Nacua. Last week's top add rewarded fortunate managers with more than 30 fantasy points in Week 2. I can't promise you another Nacua this week, but I'll do my best. Spoiler alert: My best rhymes with Byren Billiams.
As always, these are the most intriguing players who are rostered in less than 60 percent of NFL.com leagues. And yes, I have incorporated mustache wordplay. (If you got it, flaunt it!)
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GUYS TO 'STACHE: Don't look now, but Baker Mayfield has been kind of good through two weeks of his tenure in Tampa Bay. He's playing clean, effective football and has Mike Evans and Chris Godwin at his disposal. He's more of a two-QB league or flex fill-in option than a bona fide QB1, at least for now. And don't look now, but Russell Wilson has also been kind of good through two weeks. In fact, he's averaging more than 20 fantasy points per game and is -- brace yourselves -- a top-five fantasy quarterback so far this season. Also, facing the Dolphins and Bears over the next two weeks sounds pretty fun.
GUYS TO 'STACHE: Sometimes, the oldies really are the goodies. Last week's Guys to 'Stache were Roschon Johnson and Tyjae Spears. This week? Tyjae Spears and Roschon Johnson. See what I did there? In Tennessee, Spears looks like something between old Browns Kareem Hunt (a backup RB with weekly intrigue) and old Alexander Mattison (the best handcuff in fantasy). He has been involved, efficient and visually impressive through two weeks. If anything happens to Derrick Henry, Spears would have RB1 upside. Meanwhile, up in Chicago, JohnsonRead on nfl.com