Here are my picks for Wide Receivers for your Waiver Wire in Week 5.

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Quincy Enunwa—With Eric Decker sidelined with a shoulder injury, Enunwa really has shown that he can be the #2 wideout opposite Brandon Marshall. With Marshall still not 100 percent healthy, Enunwa should be a guaranteed 10+ targets against the Steelers, who seem to be ahead in this game script. In PPR formats he wasn't that bad last week against the Legion of Boom, getting 6 catches for 60 yards. Although the Steelers looked good against the Chiefs last week, they are no Seahawks. Look for the Jets to involve Quincy in the passing attack this Sunday.

 

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Steve Smith Sr.—The Señor! Running past Raiders cornerbacks like he was 26 again, Steve Smith is back! He had a double rupture in his achilles last year and is looking like the Steve Smith of 10 years ago. He plays a Washington Redskins team that gave up a bunch of yards to the Browns. The Browns! Not taken away from Terrelle Pryor but Smith should feed against the ‘Skins. Feast Señor, feast.

 

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Robert Woods— All right, I have a bonus one! I like Robert Woods. Ol’ Roberto is looking like he will be the number one option in that wide receiver core after Sammy Watkins looks to be out for the year. He has been targeted a whopping 30 percent of the time and is the more fundamentally sound of all the receivers in Buffalo. As I don't think the Bills have a elite passing attack, or even a good one, it is promising when a wide receiver gets 30-35 percent of the snaps.