Last week's top waiver wire list featured Bengals wide receiver Tyler Boyd who had six catches for 132 receiving yards and a touchdown, good for 19 fantasy points. At this point, Boyd is the clear second option for Andy Dalton in a high scoring Bengals offense. Boyd is still just 23.7 percent owned in ESPN standard leagues, so grab him off the waiver wire if you can. Here's a look at who else is worth adding for Week 4 of the NFL season (players 30 percent or more owned are not listed, including Calvin Ridley, T.J. Yeldon, and more).

1. Buffalo Bills RB Chris Ivory (5.1 percent ownership)

With LeSean McCoy out on Sunday against the Minnesota Vikings, Ivory received 20 carries and had three catches for 70 receiving yards. Ivory scored 12 fantasy points without a touchdown, and he's close to a must-start running back when LeSean McCoy is inactive. He's worth the waiver wire add, especially for McCoy owners.

2. Philadelphia Eagles TE Dallas Goedert (1.9 percent ownership)

The Eagles drafted Goedert for a reason, and fans saw why in Philadelphia's Week 3 win over the Colts. Goedert caught seven passes for 73 yards and a touchdown, beating out Zach Ertz for a fantasy point total. Moving forward, it looks like Carson Wentz will be utilizing the talented tight end now that he's back from injury.

3. Green Bay Packers D/ST (11.7 percent ownership)

Yes, the Buffalo Bills did just score 27 points on the road against the Vikings, and yes, Josh Allen looked pretty good in his first start, but the Vikings had no idea what to expect from the rookie. Unlike Minnesota, Green Bay has game tape on Allen, who will likely need to put a ton of points on the board to keep up with Aaron Rodgers.

The Packers, who are 10 point favorites this week, should be the streaming defense option for fantasy owners.

4. Cleveland Browns WR Antonio Callaway (16.5 percent ownership)

Callaway came back down to Earth after his 14 point fantasy performance against the Saints, but he was still targeted 10 times for a total of 20 receiving yards.

Part of that weak performance can be attributed to Tyrod Taylor, who is now being replaced by Baker Mayfield. Fantasy owners don't know how good Baker can be, but Callaway is going to be the top receiver in this offense now that Josh Gordon is gone. He's worth the waiver wire add.

5. Jacksonville Jaguars WR Dede Westbrook

There's no denying that Westbrook is a talented wide receiver, but his production is largely based on game flow and how well Blake Bortles plays. Against the Patriots, Westbrook exploded for 80 yards and a touchdown. In his other two games, he had just 80 yards combined. Blake spreads the ball around, but Westbrook still gets enough targets to make himself a workable fantasy wide receiver.