Must Adds in all Formats:

Jamal Lewis Browns | RB

Lewis proved on Sunday why he shouldn’t have been dropped. Don’t expect huge numbers from Lewis but he should still be owned in all leagues. (about 59% owned)

Green Bay Packers | DEF

The Packers are playing the Lions at home this week and they have a really good chance at putting up some good fantasy numbers. (about 69% owned)

Derrick Ward Buccaneers | RB

We feel that Ward owners gave up on him too early. Ward has yet to have a big game, but we do think he will have a fantasy impact at some point in the season. (about 65% owned)

Jeremy Maclin Eagles | WR

We fully expect Maclin to fly off the waiver wires this week after his huge game on Sunday. He should be added in all leagues but we wouldn’t use a good waiver number on him. There are no guarantees that he remains the starter once Curtis comes back. (about 34% owned)

Eddie Royal Broncos | WR

Royal finally had a good game Week 5 but many owners had already given up on him. There is a decent chance that Royal gets more involved in the offense going forward which makes Royal a must add. (about 61% owned)

Jerod Mayo Patriots | LB

Mayo was dropped in a lot of leagues after his injury early in the season. He came back in Week 5 and had a decent game with 6 tackles and a forced fumble. He is a must add in IDP leagues. (about 30% owned)

Kirk Morrison Raiders | LB

Morrison is second in the league in tackles and he is surprisingly still available in some IDP leagues. He is an absolute must add in IDP leagues. (about 60% owned)

Must Adds in Deeper Leagues:

Sammy Morris Patriots | RB

Filling in for Fred Taylor, Sammy Morris had 17 carries for 68 yards and two catches for 39 yards in Week 5. Morris will continue to split carries with Laurence Maroney and Kevin Faulk, but he is still worth owning in most leagues. (about 30% owned)

Anthony Gonzalez Colts | WR

Gonzalez is still targeting a Week 7 return, but our guess is it may be slightly longer as the Colts will not be in a rush to get him back on the field due to the strong play of WRs Pierre Garcon and Austin Collie. Either way, if you are planning to snag him off the waiver wire you should not wait much longer. He may have nice value down the stretch. (about 50% owned)

Torry Holt Jaguars | WR

Holt hauled in seven passes for 95 yards against the Seahawks in Week 5. Holt saw a few more looks due to the surprise non-start by Mike Sims-Walker for violating an unspecific team rule. Sims-Walker should be back next week, but Holt showed he can still be a fantasy-worthy possession receiver. (about 69% owned)

Miles Austin Cowboys | WR

Austin got the start in Week 5 while filling in for the injured Roy Williams and he responded in a huge way. Austin racked up 10 catches for 250 yards and two touchdowns in the Cowboys’ win over Kansas City. While Coach Wade Phillips has not promoted Austin to a starter, its hard to ignore that kind of performance. (about 56% owned)

Donnie Avery Rams | WR

After being slowed by a hamstring injury, Avery had his best game of the season catching five passes for 87 yards and a touchdown in Week 5. Marc Bulger set to return in Week 6 so Avery might have some value WR3 option in deeper leagues. (about 34% owned)

Marc Bulger Rams | QB

Bulger missed Week 4 due to injury and came off the bench in Week 5 to complete 7 passes for 88 yards and a score. Bulger is set to resume his starting role in Week 6 and has a favorable matchup against the Jags poor pass defense. (about 5% owned)

Carolina Panthers | DEF

Carolina’s defense has a favorable matchup this week against Tampa Bay. (about 32% owned)

Tampa Bay Buccaneers | DEF

Tampa Bay’s defense has a favorable matchup this week against Carolina. (about 23% owned)

Jermichael Finley Packers | TE

Finley has 11 receptions for 190 yards and a touchdown so far this season, however most of that came from his Week 4 performance where he caught six passes for 128 yards. Although TE Donald Lee may get a few looks each week, Finley is the more dangerous target in the passing game. (about 22% owned)

Watch List:

Austin Collie Colts | WR

Austin Collie caught eight passes for 97 yards and two touchdowns in Week 5. Collie may be worth a spot start after the Colts Week 6 bye, but he is not likely to have much value after the return of Anthony Gonzalez. (about 36% owned)

Mike Wallace Steelers | WR

Mike Wallace caught two passes for 52 yards and one touchdown in Week 5 and hauled in seven catches for 102 yards in Week 3. While his week-to-week performance it likely to remain inconsistent, he has shown potential and is worth keeping an eye on. (about 15% owned)