There were plenty of players who broke out in week 4. Julio Jones went off, recording more than 300 receiving yards. Matt Ryan, who has been the top fantasy scorer this season, again scored a huge number of fantasy points. But both of these fantasy players are owned in every single game and aren't relevant to the waiver wire. Here are six players that should be picked up from the waiver wire in your leagues forweek 5.

1. Terrance West (45% Ownership ESPN).

The Ravens finally decided to bench Justin Forsett and gave West a lead role in the offense, West was impressive and managed to score 17 fantasy points in his debut as the Ravens starter.

It's not likely that he's still available, but he should definitely be claimed in all fantasy leagues If nobody owns him.

2. Robert Woods (10.3% Ownership ESPN).

Sammy Watkins owners are feeling the pain after an injury placed the star receiver on IR. But that injury has opened up a spot for Robert Woods on the fantasy scene. Woods recorded 7 catches for 89 yards in week 4, impressive statistics in a game that didn't feature much offense. If you still need a wide receiver, Woods is a pretty solid fantasy option who will be receiving a majority of Tyrod Taylor's targets.

3. Eddie Royal (9% Ownership ESPN).

The Bears receiver went off in week 4, recording 7 catches for 111 receiving yards and a touchdown.

Hoyer clearly has a connection with Royal, who was actually responsible for more than one third of all receiving yards for the day. Royal is the clear second receiver on the Bears offense and occupies a role that enables him to have elite fantasy production. Add him from the waiver wire if you can.

4. Cameron Brate (9% Ownership ESPN).

Look no further if you are in need of a tight end. Brate was the leading receiver for the Buccaneers in a tough game against the Broncos and got a ton of targets early on. Brate is the clear #1 tight end on a Buccaneers team that loves to throw, making Brate worth consideration in almost all fantasy leagues.

5. RamsD/ST (31.3% Ownership ESPN)

Earlier in the week, I wrote about the top ten week 5 fantasy football defenses. The Rams are among the elite fantasy defense options and are owned in less than one third of all leagues. Grab them while you still can and start them against a Bills offense that is allergic to scoringtouchdowns and instead relies on field goals for points.

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