If you've followed this series, you should have a pretty solid bench right now. Chris Thompson proved on Sunday night that he should be owned in all leagues with a huge performance against the Raiders. Tarik Cohen of the Bears is quickly proving that he can be an every Week fantasy starter. And if you listened to my advice on Charles Clay, you'd have one of the top fantasy tight ends in the league right now. Let's a take a look at which players you should be targeting on the Waiver Wire in week 4.

1. WR Marqise Lee (33.2% Owned)

Allen Hurns was supposed to be the top option in Jacksonville after Allen Robinson went down with an injury, but that doesn't appear to be the case.

Mercedes Lewis did have a huge week against Baltimore, but that shouldn't overshadow the fact that Lee was the leading receiver with four catches for 65 yards. Last week, he had 7 catches for 76 yards. Lee is the wide receiver to own in this offense, not Hurns, so after him on the waiver wire if you can.

2. TE Ryan Griffin (0.7% Owned)

You know who loves tight ends? Rookie quarterbacks who see them as a safety outlet. DeShaun Watson fits that description perfectly, and Griffin was able to establish a strong connection with Watson while scoring 12 fantasy points and scoring a touchdown. If you're in need of a tight end right now, Griffin is the guy you should pick up, because Houston is going to throw the ball to Griffin a lot this year.

3. RB D'Onta Foreman (5% Owned)

Foreman isn't going to be an immediate star, but he is slowly starting to get a larger share of the workload in the Texans offense. That makes the Houston running back an intriguing stash, as he could easily become a really good fantasy option if Lamar Miller ever went down with an injury. The talented running back had two receptions for more than 30 yards each, and posted a respectable 8 point fantasy day.

The running back position is thin, so stashing Foreman is definitely a good idea.

4. RB Wendell Smallwood (2% Owned)

The Eagles lost a really good player on Sunday in Darren Sproles. That means both Smallwood and LeGarrette Blount will be left to share the work. Both are very different types of runners, so I wouldn't be surprised to see a split of the work each week.

Make sure to put in a claim for Smallwood on the waiver wire in week 4, as he is the type of player that can help revitalize a fantasy team at this point in the year.

5. K Ryan Succop (8.7% Owned)

It seems a little silly to put a kicker on this list, but Succop is actually a player who makes a difference every week. Through the first three weeks of the year, the Titans kicker has averaged 13 fantasy points per game and has never posted a single digit fantasy outing. He's one of the best kickers right now, and it's insane that he's owned in less than 10% of Fantasy Football leagues.