Each week during the NFL fantasy football season, FST brings you our Fantasy Football Waiver Wire Pickups, which breaks down players available in many fantasy football leagues that could have an immediate impact on your fantasy roster, or simply just players to keep on your radar. We’ll be here all season to let you know which players to watch, who to ignore, and most importantly, who to pick up. If you have any waiver wire questions, feel free to post them in our Fantasy Football Forum.

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Alfred Morris WAS | RB

The Redskins running back mess is finally resolved, well at least for now. Morris looked pretty good week 1 and has earned himself at least another week as the staring running back for the Skins. If Morris continues to play well then I see no reason why he wouldn’t keep that job, but I guess you never can tell for sure when it comes to Mike Shanahan. (about 30% owned)

C.J. Spiller BUF | RB

The initial reports on Jackson don’t sound good, and it looks like Spiller is going to get at least a few weeks as the starting running back for Buffalo. Once Jackson is healthy I expect it to be somewhat of a nasty timeshare, but he is over 30 now and there is a good chance he will have a hard time staying on the field. This makes Spiller a must add and worthy of using the number one waiver if he is available in your league. (about 70% owned)

Kevin Ogletree DAL | WR

I do think Ogletree is worth an add in all leagues, but I would be careful with who you drop to pick him up, and what waiver number you use to get him. There are a lot of mouths to feed in Dallas, and I think if everyone is healthy Ogletree could be the odd man out some weeks. With all that being said Ogletree looked great week 1, and if he gets the targets he could be this years Laurent Robinson. (about 45% owned)

Dexter McCluster KC | WR/RB

The Chiefs know that McCluster is a big play guy, and they are going to do whatever it takes to get the ball into his hands. He led the Chiefs with 6 catches for 82 yards in week 1, and it looks like they might be planning to use him as a Sproles type player. Another plus for McCluster is he has dual position eligibility, that’s not something we don’t get to take advantage of that much in fantasy football. I don’t know that I would use any type of good waiver number on McCluster, but I do think he is worth a roster spot in almost all leagues. (about 15% owned)

Jacquizz Rodgers ATL | RB

The Falcons are turning into a new style of offense, and Michael Turner just doesn’t fit anymore. I can see the Falcons turning more into a Saints type of offense, with Rodgers being Sproles and Turner being Ingram. Rodgers has even more value in PPR leagues, but even in standard leagues if he starts to get 15+ touches each game he could be a great pickup. Also, let’s not forget that Turner is one year older, and the Falcons coaching staff had expressed confidence in Rodgers being a potential full time player. (about 55% owned)

Randall Cobb GB | WR

The Packers showed us week 1 that they plan on Cobb having a big part of that high powered offense. They threw the ball his way a lot, and they even lined him up in the backfield on third downs. If you at all need wide receiver help then I say do whatever it takes to get Cobb, which includes using the #1 waiver number if needed. (about 50% owned)

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Mikel LeShoure DET | RB

I had LeShoure on this list last week, and not much has changed other than the fact that he is one week closer to game action. Kevin Smith looked good week 1, but his durability has always been a huge question mark. Having high upside guys like LeShoure on your bench early in the season is something that every fantasy owner should try to do. (about 40% owned)

Kendall Hunter SF | RB

It was clear week 1 that Hunter will be the guy that the 9ers look towards if Gore goes down. Hunter played well averaging almost five yards a carry, and he had a touchdown get called back after getting knocked out on the one yard line. I was a big fan of Hunter last year, and I still think he is worth a bench spot this year as we wait for Gore to finally breakdown. (about 20% owned)

Blaine Gabbert JAC | QB

Gabbert had a rough rookie year, but so far so good in 2012. He has a lot of new weapons to work with, and that might be all he needed to put himself on the fantasy map. I am not expecting huge things from Gabbert, but he should offer a lot of upside as a QB2. (about 5% owned)

Daryl Richardson STL | RB

I was a big fan of Pead coming into the season, but it now looks like Richardson might be the guy to own as the backup for Jackson. I think this is the year that Jackson breaks down, and whoever takes over when he does should have a lot of value. Richardson had 2 carries for 20 yards week 1, and I think he is worth an add if you are looking for a high upside guy for your bench. (about 5% owned)

Cincinnati CIN | DEF

It’s not that I love the Bengals defense that much, it’s just that I hate the Browns offense. They looked terrible week 1, and I think the Bengals should be able to limit the amount of points the Browns score. The battle of Ohio should be a Bengals home victory, and I don’t think they will have a problem getting pressure on the Browns rookie QB. (about 25% owned)

Stephen Hill NYJ | WR

The Jets rookie receiver had a great first game catching 5 balls for 89 yards and 2 TDs. I don’t expect this type of production, but if Sanchez can play the way he did week 1 then Hill might have some value. He was a second round pick for the Jets, so it’s not surprising that they already have him starting and they are giving him plenty of targets. (about 15% owned)

Wesley Woodyard DEN | LB

Woodyard made the most in his first game filling in for the suspended D.J. Williams. With Williams out for probably over half the year, this makes Woodyard a solid short term and potentially long term solution. He had 12 solo tackles week 1 and he threw in a sack as well, the 26 year old un-drafted linebacker could be in line for a big year if he can stay healthy. (about 5% owned)

Andrew Hawkins CIN | WR

It looks like Hawkins could be emerging as the Bengals #2 WR target, and it looks like he could have solid value in PPR leagues. Hawkins is a speedster that could play a big role on the Bengals offense as a big play possession receiver. A.J. Green is going to demand a lot of attention from opposing defenses, and this should leave many holes for the other guys. (about 5% owned)

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Kyle Rudolph MIN | TE

Rudolph was one of my favorite sleeper tight ends coming into the season, and he is a guy that I think people should pay close attention to. The TE position is really deep this year, but Rudolph is a guy that I feel could crack the top 10. He hauled in 5 catches for 67 yards week 1, and I think he is going to have a lot more solid games this year. (about 35% owned)