Five fantasy football moves you must make for Week 5

Latavius Murray will be a hot commodity on the waiver wire. (Bruce Kluckhohn/AP)

Well, this is the waiver wire you were waiting for.

There weren’t many good-looking solutions for your fantasy football problems in September, but Sunday injuries to Dalvin Cook, Chris Carson and Jordan Matthews will lead to depth-chart shake-ups that could justify a heavy waiver-wire investment. I’m not 100-percent sold that the waiver adds I’m about to mention will solve all your woes, but it’s time to spend that high pick or that large FAAB budget:

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Must-Add: Latavius Murray, RB, MIN 

Dalvin Cook is out for the season with a torn ACL, and the Vikings have been leaning heavily on him. Before his injury, Cook had played 160 offensive snaps compared to 48 for Jerick McKinnon and 16 for Murray; without Cook, the team will need a feature back and in my book that’s likeliest to be Murray. He’s coming off ankle surgery and if I’m totally honest, he looked lethargic on film in the second half Sunday: heavy-footed and hesitant. But Murray is a season removed from 12 touchdowns, he’s 6-foot-3 and 230 pounds, he’s 27 years old, and at least before his surgery

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