With the Panthers, Colts, Jets, and 49ers all on a bye, many fantasy owners are scrambling for help. However, these fantasy owners should no longer scramble because below are five players that should be all the help they need.
Corey Davis(Owned in 38.8% of ESPN leagues)
After leading the Titans in targets for week 10, Davis looks like a lock to have a big game against the Steelers. The Steelers this year have a banged up secondary and Davis should be able to take advantage of that, with his top level speed and high amount of usage
Rex Burkhead(Owned in 35.1% of ESPN leagues)
After leading the Patriot’s backs in snaps last week, Burkhead looks to improve his production and receive more touches as the year goes on. He should be looked at as a potential flex spot for week 11.
Samaje Perine(Owned in 23.4% of ESPN leagues)
Last week, Redskins starting running back Rob Kelley went down with an injury. This week, Perine looks to receive a lot of carries in his place. He should be looked upon as a solid RB2 and flex player as long as Kelley is out.
Rod Smith(Owned in 19.6% of ESPN leagues)
Smith is probably the biggest risk on this list, but he just recently jumped Darren McFadden on the RB chart and looks to be the most used back in passing situations. This could work out very well for Smith, since the Cowboys don’t currently have Eliott and will most likely be passing much more than rushing.
Dontrelle Inman(Owned in 5.1% of ESPN leagues)
In week 10, Inman proved to be Trubisky’s favorite target after putting up 6 catches for 88 yards. Inman can be a solid stash for the rest of the season, as the Bear’s lack of depth at the receiver spot guarantees he will put up solid production for the rest of the season.