Last week we took a look at five players who should be on everyone's rosters by now. For week 7, we'll take a look at some waiver wire players who bounced back after a poor start to their fantasy seasons. Here are the five best fantasy waiver wire additions for owners in week 7.

1. Kendall Wright. (1.1% Ownership ESPN).

The Titans wide receiver really turned things around after a very slow start to the season. Wright exploded for 133 receiving yards and a touchdown against the Browns en route to a 19 point fantasy day. The Titans receiver is in line for a bigger role in the offense now and should be added from the waiver wire inall fantasy leagues.

2. C.J. Fiedorowicz (1.1% Ownership ESPN).

The Texans tight end is slowly starting to find his groove in the offense and managed to lead the Texans in receiving yards and score a touchdown in week 6. Fiedorowicz has actually averaged 10 fantasy points per game in the last three weeks and has been one of the elite producers at the position in that time frame. Fantasy owners in need of a tight end should definitely consider adding Fiedorowicz to their rosters.

3. Colin Kaepernick (8.5% Ownership ESPN).

Kaepernick is the guy for fantasy owners who are desperate for consistent production. Colin managed to score 17 fantasy points in a blowout against the Bills and will have more chances this week against a Buccaneers defense that isn't great at stopping opposing offenses on the road.

Consider starting Kaepernick if you need a quarterback in week 7.

4. Mike Gillislee (2.1% Ownership ESPN).

LeSean McCoy's injury near the end of the first half reminded Bills fans just how valuable LeSean is in their offense. And McCoy's 32 point fantasy performance reminded fantasy owners just how valuable McCoy is for their team.

But those fantasy owners would be left without a starting running back if McCoy went down with an injury. The heir to the Bills running game? Mike Gillislee, who managed to score 12 fantasy points as the backup against the 49ers in week 6. Both McCoy owners and other fantasy owners should try to add Gillislee and reap the rewards if LeSean should ever go down with an injury.

5. Kenny Britt (13.1% Ownership ESPN)

The Rams best receiver exploded for 136 receiving yards and two touchdowns in week 6 against a weak Lions defense. In week 7, Britt will get a chance to take on a Giants defense that regularly allows receivers to catch deep passes. Add the Rams best wide receiver from the waiver wire if you still can.

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