We're getting to the point in the NFL season where it's becoming clear which teams in your Fantasy Football league are built for a run at the title, but not all hope is lost for teams dwelling at the bottom of the standings. After all, you're still, at worst, only three games behind the first-place team in your league, and if you can make some strong additions on the Waiver Wire, you could position yourself for a big jump in the standings over the next few weeks. With a few injuries and some surprising performances, there is still talent for the taking available on most leagues' waiver wires. Here are the top players available in at least 50 percent of Yahoo fantasy leagues:

Deshaun Watson, QB, Houston Texans

The New England Patriots may not have the most talented defense in the NFL, but head coach Bill Belichick is perhaps the league's best at exploiting opponents' weaknesses, and he is especially good at victimizing inexperienced quarterbacks.

Since the start of the 2015 season, the Patriots had allowed just a 64.8 passer rating to first-year starters at the quarterback position, but in Week 3, Deshaun Watson broke the trend with 301 yards and a 90.6 passer rating. The first-round rookie almost led the Houston Texans to a shocking upset of the Patriots, though Tom Brady's legendary passing was too much for the Texans to overcome, and Houston botched their time management on the last drive of the game.

Watson's next game will come at home against a Tennessee Titans squad that ranks 26th against the pass and has given up a 7:2 touchdown-to-interception ratio. Watson's running ability (15 attempts for 124 yards and a touchdown this season) gives him a solid floor and an intriguing ceiling.

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Still wet behind the ears, Watson will be a risky play going forward given the limited NFL sample size we have, but he looks like he warrants streaming consideration for owners in need of a new quarterback.

Tyrod Taylor, QB, Buffalo Bills

Buffalo Bills quarterback Tyrod Taylor has played well in two of three games this season, registering a 99.2 passer rating overall. With the run game struggling to a 3.4 yards-per-carry average so far in 2017, the team has had to put the ball in Taylor's hands a bit more than they had planned. When Taylor is on, his ability to make plays with both his arm and legs makes him a useful fantasy option. A concern is that his passer rating drops almost 10 points when he's on the road (97.7 to 88.2 on his career), and he'll be heading to Atlanta to face the Falcons in Week 4.

Though the Falcons give up just 5.1 yards per pass attempt (fifth-best in the league), they don't have overwhelming pass-defense personnel, especially with pass-rusher Vic Beasley (hamstring) sidelined.

Taylor will likely have to throw a lot to keep up with the Falcons' high-powered offense, so he could put up solid fantasy numbers this weekend.

Wendell Smallwood, RB, Philadelphia Eagles

With Darren Sproles (knee, arm) being knocked out for the season in Week 3, Wendell Smallwood looks like the clear-cut top add this week. LeGarrette Blount looked great for the Philadelphia Eagles in Week 3 against the New York Giants, but Smallwood is the more complete back thanks to his clearly superior skills in the passing game. Blount has better touchdown upside, but his fantasy impact will likely be determined mostly by whether or not he scores, while Smallwood is likely to see more playing time (he saw 21 more snaps than Blount in Week 3) and fill Sproles' passing-down role. Averaging 4.1 yards per carry to this point in his young career, Smallwood has a chance to be a regular starter for your fantasy team in his second NFL season.

Jamaal Charles, RB, Denver Broncos

With no sure thing on the waiver wire after Smallwood, Jamaal Charles looks like the best speculative add at the running back position. He has looked great in his limited action as a Denver Bronco, averaging 5.1 yards per carry on the season and scoring a touchdown in Week 3. Of course, with a lengthy history of knee issues, the Broncos have been limiting his workload, giving him just 10 touches per game. Whether Charles eats further into C.J. Anderson's (19.7 touches per game, 4.4 yards per carry) workload remains to be seen, but as the all-time leader among running backs in yards per carry (5.4), Charles is certainly worth a stash to see if his role grows.

Andre Ellington, RB, Arizona Cardinals

We're finally starting to get a sense of how the Arizona Cardinals backfield will shake out in the absence of David Johnson (wrist): Kerwynn Williams, a popular waiver add after Johnson's injury, is not worth a roster spot on your fantasy team after logging just one snap in Week 3; Chris Johnson looks like the focal point of a run game that has struggled mightily to open holes for its running backs; and Andre Ellington is the main pass-catcher out of the backfield.

Given the Cardinals' personnel, offensive game plans, and inability to keep opponents off the scoreboard (they rank 27th in points allowed), it looks like Ellington is the back to own here, particularly in PPR leagues. The Cardinals rank second in pass attempts and 29th in rushing attempts, and Chris Johnson is averaging a putrid 2.7 yards per carry. Ellington won't be featured too heavily given his injury history, but he saw eight targets in the passing game in Week 3 and should continue to see a lot of work as a receiver. And if he continues to outperform Chris Johnson on the ground (Ellington is averaging 4.7 yards per carry, albeit on only seven attempts), the Cardinals may be forced to give him an even bigger role.

Alex Collins, RB, Baltimore Ravens

The best running back on the Baltimore Ravens this season has been Alex Collins. Granted, he's gained many of his yards in garbage time, but lead backs Javorius Allen (3.5 yards per attempt) and Terrance West (3.9) are giving the Ravens nothing on the ground, while Collins has ripped off a gaudy 7.8 yards per attempt on his 16 carries. At some point, the defensive-minded Ravens, who want their offense to be a grind-it-out, ball-control attack, are going to have to turn away from plodding runners who can't even pick up four yards per tote. Collins isn't worth starting in fantasy leagues just yet, but it would be a surprise if he weren't given an opportunity to establish himself as the lead runner on early downs.

D'Onta Foreman, RB, Houston Texans

The Miami Dolphins were often criticized for limiting the workload of Lamar Miller from 2012 to 2015, but what the critics seemed to so blindly ignore was that Miller always had a tendency to explode on his first 10 or 15 touches before struggling thereafter. We're seeing Miller's inability to handle big workloads on display with the Houston Texans, a team for which Miller has averaged 4.0 yards per carry on 18.6 attempts per game after averaging 4.8 yards per carry on 12.8 attempts per game over his final two years with the Dolphins.

What this means is that, if the Texans know what's good for them, they'll bump Miller's touch total down to the low teens, which means more work for the backup running back, rookie D'Onta Foreman. Though he hasn't been particularly efficient so far this year (3.3 yards per carry), Foreman has logged 22 touches over the past two weeks and even boasts 34- and 31-yard receptions, displaying is playmaking potential. The Texans don't want to put too much on rookie quarterback Deshaun Watson's plate, which could allow Foreman to see touches in the low teens going forward. If that happens, he'll have streaming potential.

Marqise Lee, WR, Jacksonville Jaguars

Blake Bortles looks as volatile as any quarterback in the league, but someone has see targets for the Jacksonville Jaguars, and that someone looks like it will be Marqise Lee, who has seen 19 targets over the past two weeks. Lee has yet to turn his looks into much production, as he's logged just 11 catches for 141 yards and no touchdowns on the year, but in a weak week at wide receiver on the waiver wire, Lee's opportunities make him perhaps the best available add.

Devin Funchess, WR, Carolina Panthers

It feels like we've been waiting forever for Carolina Panthers 2015 second-round pick Devin Funchess to take advantage of a great opportunity, but he is still averaging just 29.1 yards per game through 34 career appearances and 15 starts. That being said, he is leading Panthers wideouts in targets, receptions, and receiving yards, and he's averaging a solid 14.6 yards per catch. He could have a big opportunity if Kelvin Benjamin (knee) misses Week 4's matchup with the New England Patriots—a game in which the Panthers will likely need to throw the ball around to keep up with Tom Brady. Funchess could be worth a start for owners desperate at receiver, especially if Benjamin is sidelined.

Kenny Britt, WR, Cleveland Browns

Kenny Britt has looked horrible so far in 2017, but sometimes opportunity trumps talent in fantasy football, and Britt has plenty of opportunity to post numbers with the Cleveland Browns right now. The Browns are going to have to pass a lot this season, as their young defense ranks 27th in scoring. Cleveland currently ranks third in pass attempts and 27th in rushing attempts, which obviously provides a lot of opportunities for the team's pass-catchers. Despite his struggles, Britt still saw 10 targets in Week 3—four more than the next wide receiver. He caught just three of those 10 looks, but he did manage to rack up 54 yards and a touchdown. If he continues to see that type of volume thanks to the Browns frequently trailing in games, Britt will have some useful fantasy performances.

Evan Engram, TE, New York Giants

Thanks to a total inability to run the football, the New York Giants are throwing like crazy this season, ranking fifth in pass attempts. Evan Engram currently ranks third on the team with 19 targets, and he could see even more looks as he gets acclimated to the NFL game and if the Giants, now 0-3, start to focus a little more on player development down the road. Engram also ranks second on the team in yards per reception (among players with more than one target) and will often be Eli Manning's security blanket as the quarterback deals with a horrible offensive line.

Jared Cook, TE, Oakland Raiders

Jared Cook has settled into a consistent role for the Oakland Raiders, seeing five or six targets for four or five catches in each game. When he scores a touchdown, as he did in Week 3, he can be a very helpful streamer at tight end. He's second on the team in targets and could be even more productive once the Raiders passing game, which has been surprisingly mediocre through three weeks, starts to click.

Jacksonville Jaguars defense

This defense is loaded with talent, and when the Jacksonville Jaguars play subpar teams, they should be able to post great defensive numbers. Through three games, this defense's one slip-up was against the Tennessee Titans, and that was largely because it broke down with the offense failing to move the ball and coughing up three giveaways. This week, the Jaguars will square off with the New York Jets—a team that ranks 22nd in points scored and 24th in points allowed.

Cincinnati Bengals defense

The Cincinnati Bengals may be 0-3, but they don't lack for defensive talent, and they even played pretty well against Aaron Rodgers for much of Week 3's contest with the Green Bay Packers. In Week 4, the Bengals will have a much easier task against rookie quarterback DeShone Kizer, whose Cleveland Browns lead the league in turnovers with nine.