The 2023 NFL season has already given us one breakout wide receiver in the Los Angeles Rams’ Puka Nacua. While there may not be another Nacua available on fantasy waivers this week, let’s take a look at some fantasy football Week 3 WR streamers options to help you win your matchups.
Pick the right fantasy football streamers option to get the win this week and continue down the path of fantasy greatness, which ends with you hoisting your league’s trophy, championship belt or champ chain.
Players must be owned in less than 60 percent of ESPN leagues to be included in the fantasy football Week 3 WR streamers column. All ownerships for players will be provided and will reflect that of Wednesday morning, once waivers are processed.
Fantasy Football Week 3 WR Streamers
Tutu Atwell Fantasy Outlook (44.7%)
Puka Nacua stole the show as the top wide receiver fantasy waiver pickup heading into Week 2, but Tutu Atwell continued with a sizable workload as Matthew Stafford’s second option. He finished Sunday with 77 yards on seven catches.
Atwell leads the NFL in routes run this year while ranking seventh in yards, with 196. Cooper Kupp will be out until at least Week 5, so Atwell remains startable heading into a matchup with the Bengals on Monday Night Football in Week 3.
Tank Dell Fantasy Outlook (15.3 %)
Tank Dell has emerged as one of the top targets in Houston. Dell paced the Texans in targets last week, with 10, hauling in seven catches for 72 yards and a touchdown.
Dell led all Texans wide receivers in snaps and ran a route on nearly 90% of C.J. Stroud’s dropbacks. Houston is likely to find itself in plenty of games with favorable game scripts for the passing game, and Tank Dell may be making a case as Stroud’s top option heading into a Week 3 matchup with the Jacksonville Jaguars.
Josh Reynolds Fantasy Outlook (26.1%)
The fantasy football waiver wire isn’t the strongest heading into Week 3 at the Wide Receiver position, so there aren’t many outstanding fantasy football Week 3 WR streamers. However, Josh Reynolds offers some upside as a plug-in. Reynolds has established himself as the Lions’ No. 2 wide receiver behind Amon-Ra St. Brown, owning a solid 20% target rate while averaging 2.47 yards per route run.
Reynolds holds some value as long as Jameson Williams remains sidelined. St. Brown is also now battling a foot injury. Reynolds has a favorable matchup this week as the Lions play host to the Atlanta Falcons, and he is sure to get plenty of looks from Jared Goff.