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    waiver wire adds http://www.thedolphinslockerroom.com/authentic-larry-csonka-jersey , drops Week 2 of the 2018 NFL season is behind us, and it is time to start putting together your Week 3 plans for your fantasy team. Who should you go get on the waiver wire to bolster your team, fill an injury hole, or just to stash for those bye week replacements? We will concentrate on the Miami Dolphins - since we are a Dolphins fan site and all - but this week, we may have a couple of non-Dolphins players to consider as well.Last week, we suggested running back Frank Gore, wide receiver Kenny Stills, and quarterback Ryan Tannehill as adds, while benching (or dropping) wide receiver DeVante Parker, and had tight end Mike Gesicki as a sleeper to grab now for payoff later.Tannehill was the best of that additions group, passing for 168 yards with two touchdowns while adding 44 yards on 8 carries. Gore rushed nine times for 25 yards with one receptions for 19 yards, while Stills caught the ball twice for 17 yards. Parker was inactive for the game again, while Gesicki did not make a catch. That said, I would still consider Gesicki my sleeper pick up, because at some point, he is going to have a big game.Percentage owned numbers are based on Yahoo! leagues.Waiver Pickups:Ryan Tannehill, quarterback% Owned: 7Week 2 stats: 17-for-23, 168 yards, 2 TDs, 123.1 passer ratingI will probably be able to write Tannehill into this article every week, because people continue to sleep on him. He is still owned in just seven percent of the leagues, but he is 11th in the league in touchdowns and 10th in passer rating at this point. He is going to continue to put up solid numbers every week, and he is someone you can throw into your lineup for a bye week replacement or as in injury replacement. In comparison, Tyrod Taylor has half as many touchdowns as Tannehill at this point, is 33rd in passer rating, and is owned in 31 percent of the leagues. DeSean Jackson, wide receiver% Owned: 50Week 2 stats: 4 receptions Womens Bob Griese Jersey , 129 yards, 1 TDRyan Fitzpatrick is on a tear right now, making people question whether the Buccaneers need to keep Jameis Winston on the sideline when his suspension ends. Mike Evans had 10 receptions for 83 yards and a touchdown against the Eagles, but his receiving mate, Jackson, led with 129 yards. There is an easy way to pick up on the Fitzpatrick hot streak right now, and that is, in half the leagues at least, grabbing Jackson.Danny Amendola, wide receiver% Owned: 23Week 2 stats: 4 receptions, 32 yardsI still believe Kenny Stills will be the main receiving threat for Miami this year, but if you are in a PPR league, Amendola is a possible sneaky addition. He led the team in receptions this week, catching all four of the passes targeting him, and he is fitting into the Jarvis Landry role for the offense well. As Tannehill continues to get more and more comfortable with Amendola, expect those reception numbers to continue to grow.Giovani Bernard, running back% Owned: 28Week 2 stats: 6 carries, 27 yardsThis should be a pretty easy one. Joe Mixon, the Bengals’ starting running back, is out 2-4 weeks. That pushes Bernard to the top of the depth chart, and he should see plenty of touches during that times. Get that waiver claim in now so you can pick up those touches until Mixon gets back.Frank Gore, running back% Owned: 9Week 2 stats: 9 carries, 25 yards, 1 reception 19 yardsGore had a down week, but it does not change my thoughts on him. He is going to have big games in this offense. He is probably another stash on the roster type of player, especially if you can handcuff him to Drake. Bench or DropDeVante Parker, wide receiver% Owned: 36Week 2 stats: InactiveThe Dolphins are going to play Parker eventually Adam Joseph Duhe Jersey , but right now, they are taking it slow and allowing the other wide receivers to take control of the game. Parker was a healthy scratch on Sunday, but should be getting closer to the field. That said, do not start him until you know (a) he is actually going to play and (b) he is ready to become a meaningful contributor.Ben Watson, tight end% Owned: 52Week 2 stats: 3 receptions, 19 yardsYou have to be able to do better than that at tight end, right? Over half the leagues have teams with Watson on the roster, but hopefully he is a benched player for depth. At this point, the Saints’ offense is just confusing, and so is Watson’s role within it. Keep him benched or drop him, until he proves himself worthy of the starting position.Dolphins Sleeper to watchAlbert Wilson, wide receiver% Owned: 1Week 2 stats: 3 receptions, 37 yards, 1 TDAs Tannehill and Wilson become more and more comfortable with each other, expect to see his stats continue to go up. The Dolphins are looking to spread the ball around this year, and Wilson should see more targets, especially as the team opens up more of the deep passing attempts. Wilson is someone to watch and you could stash him now and look like a genius later (or have someone to drop if you need it).Dolphins stock up - stock down at Panthers The Miami Dolphins dropped their second straight preseason game on Friday, losing to the Carolina Panthers 27-20. While the preseason game do not count for regular season standings or playoff positioning, they continue to be important for the development of players and the team. After another frustrating game, where are the Dolphins looking up and where are they trending down? Stock UpMike Gesicki, tight end - The Dolphins are not throwing to their rookie yet, but they are having him block. Gesicki is going to be a red-zone target and a seam threat all season, but he needs to prove that he can be a competent blocker as well. On Friday, he started to show that he can do just that.Jakeem Grant, wide receiver - The Dolphins did not have DeVante Parker (broken finger) or Kenny Stills (ankle) available for this game, so Grant was thrust into the starting lineup and he played well. His route running looked crisp - even on the overthrown ball in the end zone, Grant was in the right position. After the game http://www.thedolphinslockerroom.com/authentic-minkah-fitzpatrick-jersey , head coach Adam Gase explained that play, stating, “Ryan [Tannehill] was just kind of thinking something else. Jakeem was right in what he did. Ryan just kind of lost it there for a second.” Grant looked like a player the Dolphins should be able to rely upon more this season.Robert Quinn, defensive end - The Dolphins’ free-agent addition was quiet in the team’s preseason opener, but made noise on Friday. Looking more like the Pro Bowl pass rusher he was in 2013 and 2014, Quinn used his speed to record two sacks in the game. Pairing him with Cameron Wake should give the Dolphins a serious pass rush threat all season long.First-team offense - As a whole, the first team offense seems to be finding a rhythm, especially with the up-tempo, no-huddle attack. They have to figure out punching the ball into the end zone, rather than settling for field goals, but the team looks like they are going to be able to move the ball easily with both the passing game and the running game. Stock DownCordrea Tankersley, cornerback - The Dolphins offseason projected starter has struggled to find consistency all preseason. That continued on Friday, with the cornerback even calling the performance “terrible, straight trash,” according to the Miami Herald’s Barry Jackson. The Dolphins have already moved Tankersley back to the second team, and Friday’s performance did not push him back into starting contention.Penalties - Eight penalties for 69 yards. That is where the Dolphins ended the game, which was only one penalty more than the Panthers, but Miami continues to find ways to kill themselves on the field. First down? Nope, because of a hold. Momentum building on the drive? Nope, because of a false start or delay of game. Miami needs to figure out this penalty thing quickly, because that could be the biggest hurdle they have this year.David Fales, quarterback - Against the Tampa Bay Buccaneers, Fales was 8-for-11 for 115 yards and looked like the easy winner of the backup quarterback position battle. Against the Panthers, he was 1-for-6 for six yards. The backup quarterback position battle will continue into Preseason Week 3.

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