Ranking the top 3 waiver wire targets for Week 6

- Miami Dolphins regaining a running back

- Someone has to tote the ball in Arizona

- Justin Jefferson goes down, so it's next man up in Minnesota

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Jeff Wilson Jr.
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2. Jeff Wilson, Jr., RB, Miami Dolphins

As stated here, any piece of the Miami Dolphins' offense I can get my hands on, I'm going to. With the injury to rookie De'Von Achane, Jeff Wilson should be ready to come off IR at any time and start contributing.

The Dolphins have an offense that almost any running back can thrive in right now, but Wilson has always been a solid, often overlooked veteran who is much better than most people think.

Salvon Ahmed has also been banged up this season so Wilson could return to the lineup and immediately be second in the pecking order behind Raheem Mostert.

The Dolphins acquired Wilson in a trade with the San Francisco 49ers last season and he blended right in, rushing for 392 yards and three touchdowns in eight games with the team. He is a perfect complementary running back and Mike McDaniel, who knew him from his time with the 49ers, knows how to work him into the gameplan.

If he is on your waiver wire, I would get a claim in on him ASAP and I would spend a decent amount of my FAAB to secure him as well.