There are a ton of great waiver wire targets in fantasy football as we head into Week 3, but adding those players doesn't come without a cost.
You'll need to find players on your team to drop to make room for those additions. It's not always just as simple as dropping whoever hasn't score much through two weeks, either. It's important to focus on dropping players who don't bring you much long-term upside either.
With that in mind, here are three fantasy football players to drop this week to make room for waiver wire pickups.
1. Rob Gronkowski, TE, Tampa Bay Buccaneers
Whether you want to attribute it to a decline in play of Bruce Arians' offensive scheme, Rob Gronkowski is clearly not going to be a big part of the Tampa Bay Buccaneers' offense in 2020. Tom Brady has attempted 71 passes through two games in Tampa, and Gronk has just 4 targets. That doesn't even make him Tampa's TE1, as O.J. Howard has 9 targets so far. It's an easy move to cut ties with Gronkowski at this point.
2. Drew Brees, QB, New Orleans Saints
Fantasy football's QB22 through two weeks, Drew Brees has posted 14.4 and 14.5 fantasy points in his first two starts of 2020. Playing without his top receiver in Michael Thomas, it could also be a while before we see much of a bounce-back. The QB position is so replaceable in fantasy football that there's really no point in letting Brees clog up bench space.
3. Sony Michel, RB, New England Patriots
Sony Michel looked like he could end up the New England Patriots' top early down RB heading into the season, but this backfield is clearly a full-on committee. Michel has not played more than 30 percent of the team's offensive snaps in either of his two games, and he has just a combined 17 carries for 56 yards, with 0 receptions on 1 target.
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