2023 IDP Football Week 3 Waiver Wire

by Steve Hungarter (IDPHunter)
2023 IDP Football Week 3 Waiver Wire 

Welcome to the 2023 IDP Football Week 3 Waiver Wire!

In regards to dart throws, our fantasy football choices seem brilliant when we take risks, while on other occasions, we must embrace them for the element of chance they bring. Taking calculated risks is typically the scenario during the initial weeks of the fantasy season until a wider picture is shown to us.

Here at Fantasy Six Pack. We pride ourselves on how brilliant these article dart throw hits have been,  We now have hit on 44 different sleepers, in hopes of continuing that in the next coming weeks for our subscribers. In, the 2023 IDP Football Week 3 Waiver Wire we acknowledge the unpredictability that closes out Week 2 and the events that led us to these conclusions.

We have seen, in an unexpected turn of events the emergence of a Ravens pass rush causing Mr. Joe Burrow and the Bengals another loss. Speaking of pass rush, the Chiefs brought back Chris Jones on a pitch count and emerged victorious against the promising Jaguars, with his constant pressures on Trevor Lawrence leading many fans to express their frustration. Who would have expected? All total dart throws.

So that was an example of good defense, let's talk about some bad ones here.  The Jets are 'supposed to have one of best secondaries" but were torched by CeeDee Lamb, most of that came at the expense of DJ Reed.

We also had a shoot-out happen in New York vs. Arizona matchup, no thanks to Kayvon Thibodeaux who has for a second straight game isolated.

Meanwhile, in Denver, Sean Peyton suffered yet another loss, this time to the Commanders, and is rapidly running out of excuses. And the excitement doesn't end there, as there's one more game on tonight's Monday Night Slate. In the upcoming weeks, we will get to see if any lot of these things get answered, but for now, these are also issues that are total dart throws.

Week 2 also showcased a multitude of standout fantasy performances, featuring the return of some reliable IDP players. On the flip side, it also saw some top-tier players delivering disappointing performances; for instance, Micah Parsons wreaked havoc on the struggling Jets. Additionally, a series of unforeseen high-scoring shootouts involving teams like the Falcons, Packers, Cardinals, and Colts took center stage, giving us IDP owners some pass deflections points, and tackles that will elevate some of the players below.

As a result, there are several intriguing waiver wire pickups and sleepers for Week 3 who could potentially make a significant impact on your fantasy teams. It's important to note that the first five weeks of the season usually result in the biggest waiver finds.

So my analysis won't encompass all of the available waiver wire, but rather additions and targets each week, that pose value for their unique happenstance given the vast array of league formats. Instead, I'll focus on and prioritize the players with the potential to have the most significant influence. As we plunge ahead the next couple weeks of waivers, it's essential to see the options that have a complete body of week and have been steadily producing the last couple of weeks, thus carving out roles on their respective defense.

2023 IDP Football Week 3 Waiver Wire

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Robert Spillane, LB, Las Vegas Raiders (5% rostered)

I had to check this again. My eyes do not deceive me. For some reason, this guy isn't roaming many places and that's a huge mistake for IDP owners. He has an opportunity for playing time, no major competition, and will be ran at often by teams so you should grab him now. The Raiders have an obvious need at linebacker, and teams will attempt to run the ball. Expect Spillane to rack up some tackle numbers each week. He should continue to be a solid IDP option based on the way this team always finds itself being blown out and the team will want to run the time out. In two games so far, this monster has had 21 tackles, and 1 sack and should be owned everywhere.

Germain Pratt, LB, Cincinnati Bengals (25%)

Pratt is generally on waivers or a depth piece on someone's roster. He is starting to come into his own now so look for ways to aquire him if possible. Another solid week makes Pratt a solid linebacker especially when bye week comes up. Consider a LB2, that produces LB1 weekly upside. Pratt had 7 solos, and 3 assists in Week 2 He doesn't make many big plays but is a workhorse and has produced both weeks. Often an overlooked good player, he will likely produce greater than what it takes to acquire him.

Terrel Bernard, LB, Buffalo Bills (8%)

A late switch last week, the Bills decided to bench Tyrell Dodson for new permanent starter Terrel Bernard. For the second straight week, he has delivered.

Facing the Raiders,  Bernard finished this game with 6 tackles and one huge interception. As long as he continues to produce, he is in a key position to succeed and generate points for needy owners in search of linebackers.

Expect the Commanders next week to be involved in more passing, due to the success Sam Howell had they might expect to open it up. This would be great news for the linebacker's stat line. If for some reason this player is still available, enjoy his production at great value.

Camryn Bynum, DB, Minnesota Vikings (2%)

The Vikings are low-key rebuilding. Back-to-back solid games are proving that Bynum is a tackling machine. In week 2, Camryn Bynum had 6 solos, 9 assists, 1 TFL.  During the Eagles game, he became the team's leading tackler and held his own against a run-heavy offense, that produced 259 yards and 3 TDs on his defense.

This is interesting because the team is now 0-2, and has been partially rebuilding this off-season. If the team goes full fire sale, I would surmise this 25-year-old to be in the future plans and receive even more playing time.

He now has 25 tackles in two games, including 10 tackles in week one.

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Denico Autry, DL, Tennesee Titans (4% Rostered)

He continues to be underrated despite putting up big stats week to week. Autry now has had 2.5 sacks, and 8 tackles, on the season. With matchups coming up against- the Cleveland Browns, Cincinnati Bengals, Indianapolis Colts, and Baltimore Ravens he could eat.

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Final Thoughts

Thanks for checking out this article. As the new season kicks off, IDP managers are eager to assemble a roster that not only excels on the offensive side of the ball but also boasts a formidable defensive lineup. Week 1 is always tricky to forecast, well hopefully we have given you enough players to make it easier and provided an exciting opportunity to scout the waiver wire for hidden gems who can make an immediate impact. Consider subscribing if you are not a member.

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