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Fantasy Football Week 10 Waiver Wire Trends

Week 10 is here which means there are probably about four more weeks of the regular season and left and you have to make a playoff push or bust! Here are your top targets for this weeks waiver wire report!

Teams on a bye this week: Baltimore, Denver, Houston, Minnesota

Wide Receivers:

Adam Thielen, Stefon Diggs, Emmanuel Sanders, DeAndre Hopkins, Demaryius Thomas, Willie Snead, Michael Crabtree all on a bye!

  • Allen Humphries: This is a unfamiliar name probably but Humphries over the last three weeks has seen a high of 10 targets and low of 8 targets, meaning he is getting the looks! Last week he broke out for 8 receptions, 82 yards and 2 touchdowns. While coming into this week the Buccaneers play the Redskins who allow the 10th most fantasy points to wide receivers. Humphries reminds me a little of Adam Thielen perhaps he can do the same thing and put up 15+ points for you!
  • Quincy Enunwa: He was on my list last week and he is staying this week. Enunwa produced 7 points last week, seeing 4 targets for 3 catches and 40 yards. Enunwa is going up vs the Bills, a terrible team in complete shambles. Enunwa had a week to get himself going and in a rhythm of things, I expect a good week from him this week. 10 points I am projecting.
  • John Ross: If healthy and does play, Ross can be a great option. With AJ Green out this week Ross has a chance to step into a pass heavy offense. On the year Ross 7 receptions for 79 yards. The Bengals play the Saints in what will probably be a shootout since New Orleans defense is bad and the Bengals will need to score to keep up with the Saints offense. Ross has potential for a 10 point week!
  • Tre ‘Quan Smith: The Saints new no.2 wide receiver has caught three touchdown passes over the last four weeks. Smith sees around 3-6 targets a week, but he is a big red zone threat and Drew Brees seems to love him. Going up against the Bengals secondary that allows the 5th most points to wide receivers and a league high allowing 319.4 passing yards a game.

Running backs:

Javorius Allen, Dalvin Cook, Latavius Murray, Lamar Miller, Pat Lindsay are out this week!

  • Ito Smith: He was on my list last week and he is staying this week! Smith had himself a nice week vs Washington last week. He totaled 10 carries 60 yards a 1 touchdown. Even with Talvin Coleman in the mix, Smith managed to see some ground. The Falcons coming off a big win and good week from the RB’s should pound the ball on the ground more this week. The Falcons play the Browns who give up the 4th most fantasy points to running backs.
  • Jalen Richard: Although Richard does not see the ground so much he is a versatile receiving running back that catches more than he rushes. Over the last four weeks he has consistently put up 10 plus points. As the Raiders get ready to face the Chargers who give up the 14th most points to running backs it could be another 10 point for Richards.
  • Mike Davis: Now, IF, Chris Carson is inactive Davis could see the same thing he saw last week 15 rushing attempts for 62 yards and 7 receptions for 45 yards. If you are someone looking at Davis you better hope Chris Carson hits the inactive list this week cause Davis can help you big time. Seattle plays the Rams where the run game will need to be stellar for the Seahawks to even have a chance.
  • Wendell Smallwood or Corey Clement: This is a tough choice the two are in a major time share role and neither will see more time over another. Smallwood is listed right now as the Eagles RB1 but there is also Darren Sproles and Josh Adams in that backfield too. Risky but maybe worth it.

Tight End: 

Kyle Rudolph, Jordin Thomas, Matt LaCosse, Hayden Hurst are out!

  • Evan Engram: The tight end waiver wire is always so thin but Engram provides some value he is really a hit or miss. If you have a tight end on a bye this week or any week I feel sorry for you because there is not much value out there. Engram has 17 receptions 145 yards and 2 touchdowns on the year.
  • Vance McDonald: That is McDonald’s third week where he saw more snaps and targets then Jesse James. McDonald will play the Panthers who have an ok pass defense, they allow the most points to tight ends. Last week McDonald had 3 receptions on 6 targets for 25 yards. He is good for around 6-9 points.
  • Chris Herndon: Last week he was the Jets leading receiver and seems to Darnold’s fall out guy when he has nothing else. Herndon has 11+ points in 4 of the 5 last weeks, he sees around 4 targets a game and is good for an end zone look every once and a while. the Jets play the Bills this week who on paper look like a good defense but are easily exposable.
  • Dallas Goedert: The only reason he is on the list is because if you have a solid scoring team already and just need a plug in for about 5 points Goedert could be your guy. Plus he has 3 touchdowns on the year he is an red zone favorite and always has touchdown potential no matter the match up.

 

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Fantasy Football Week 9 waiver wire

This is the time of the year where your team is probably on a bye week, you drafted blindly without even looking at when your players bye weeks matched up and you now have about 3 guys on a bye and your starting roster is shot! No worries, we are here to help! Every position and the top adds for this week are coming at you!

Teams on a bye this week Bengals, Cardinals, Colts, Eagles, Giants, Jaguars

Quarterbacks

Ryan Fitzpatrick: Named the starter once again but he does play Carolina who have been on a roll and tough to beat. They have a great defense and can easily make this a tough week for Fitzmagic but the only way the Buccaneers stay afloat in this game is offensive pressure. The upside could be Fitzpatrick keeps the Bucs in the game with his offensive play or he gets shutdown.

Derek Carr: After the 49ers lost to Arizona it can not get much worse than that. Yes the Raiders are just as bad but if the Cardinals managed to get something going on the 49ers Carr can maybe do the same. I trust Carr more than Josh Rosen. Carr is good for about 15 points. Better than nothing.

Baker Mayfield: Only way the Browns have any chance of winning this game is their offense. The Browns just fired their head coach Hue Jackson as well as Todd Haley therefore it is a mess in Cleveland right now. Perhaps Baker may be given a little looser lease and more freedom. I’d say Mayfield could be a solid 20+ point guy that is if the Chiefs do not control the ball the whole game and manage clock like they always do. This could be a decently high scoring game so take a shot on Baker.

Running back

Javorius Allen: Ravens play Pittsburgh and we all know how these games turn out. Either a defensive battle or offensive shootout. I am going with offensive shootout for this week. The Ravens played the Steelers in week 4 where they won and Allen had 6.70 fantasy points on 10 attempts for 30 yards. Allen is a goal line guy but has been a consistent back for Baltimore. He has not been all that useful in the back field but he is a catching and running back. In a PPR league Allen could be useful but if this is only your option I think you can expect about 7 points at a minimum and 12 at a maximum from Allen.

Peyton Barber: Coming off his best game of the season and playing the Panthers next Peyton Barber WEEK 9 waiver wire addweek Barber may not be a 18.5 player like he was last week but after rushing 18 times for 95 yards we can expect the same numbers from Barber. Perhaps 18+ attempts a few less yards and a maybe a rushing touchdown. Barber is the #1 back in Tampa Bay right now and is a viable fantasy option for your bye week sub. Barber has 93 attempts 345 rushing yards and 1 rushing TD this year.

Ito Smith: With Tevin Coleman moving up to the #1 role since Devante Freeman is on the injured reserve, Smith will be the #2 back this week playing the Redskins in Washington. Smith has been a consistent 6-8 points over the last three weeks. He saw 7 attempts last week and could possibly see more being the number two now. Smith has 39 attempts, 118 rushing yards and 3 rushing touchdowns.

Wide Receivers

Cole Beasley: A consistent 7-8 targets a week, around 6-7 catches guaranteed and a solid 7-8 points a week. The Cowboys coming off their own bye week and now playing the Titans Beasley could possibly be a solid choice against a decent defense. On the year Beasley 33 receptions 350 yards and 2 receiving touchdowns. This is a safe bet with Beasley.

NFL WEEK 9 Waiver wire addsDJ Moore: With the Panthers on a roll and their offense especially clicking Cam Newton is still looking for his favorite receiver. Moore has seen an increase in interest from Cam Newton over three weeks targeting him 5 times each game over the last three as Moore has reeled in 12 receptions for 178 yards. Coming off his best game of the year Moore is a solid option here. With one receiving touchdown I think we may see Moore reel on in the end zone this week vs Tampa Bay.

Marquez Valdes Scantling: Green Bay has dealt with their fair share of wide out injuries and Scantling has been seeing more interest with Green Bay receivers out. Besides Devante Adams Scantling is a solid WR2, WR3 for Green Bay right now. Over the last three weeks he has totaled 12 receptions for 216 yards and 2 TD receptions. Going against a tough New England team this week Green Bays offense is going to need to be firing on all cylinders if they want to win.

Tight Ends

Here is my advice since all the tight ends on the free agent market are basically good for nothing, Vance MacDonald is coming off his fewest snaps week and play the Ravens a tough defense. Benjamin Watson got blanked vs Minnesota and now they play the Rams this week so although he is the only tight end in New Orleans against the Rams one of the best defense in the league what can we expect.

Ed Dickson: Make his debut last week and did fairly well although the Seahawks offense is not great and have many options, that could be good for Dickson. Although he plays the Chargers this week, he may be your best bet.

Geoff Swaim: He is not a highly targeted Dallas option and with Amari Cooper how much more will he see on the offensive side of things. Dallas plays Tennessee so hopefully some mismatch occurs and Swaim can do his typically 6-7 points a week routine. Better than nothing.

 

 

NFL: Week 1 Takeaways: Josh Allen time in Buffalo? Sam Darnold and the Jets statement win in Detroit

What a start to the season, I mean whenever fantasy football kicks off it is a good thing. But we did not have many eye opening surprised but, some takeaways from this week and what we can expect heading into Week 2…

Takeaways from Week One: 

Who’s back field is it in Baltimore? Alex Collins or Kenneth Dixon? Collins had 7 rushes for 13 yards with 1 touchdown while Dixon had 13 touches for 44 yards and a touchdown. Collins also fumbled while Dixon did not… Spreading the ball in Baltimore was a week one theme, as 7 different receivers touched the ball 3 or more times. Ravens leading receiver was Willie Snead with 49 yards and 4 catches. It seems as Snead- John Brown- Michael Crabtree will be the core this year.

NFL: Buffalo Bills at Baltimore RavensWas it the right call to put Josh Allen in? Throwing the rookie into a game where they were getting blown out of the water may have been a good or bad thing. As it seems Allen did not mind it throwing for 74 yards going 6/15, rushing for 26 yards on 4 attempts and no interceptions. This heats up the QB talk in Buffalo even more now as Nathan Peterman threw 2 INT’s went 5/18 and 24 yards total.

Cleveland for real? Ties are no fun, but if you have not won a game in a year plus, you have to be ok with it. The Browns welcomed the Steelers to Cleveland and without Le’Von Bell the Steelers may have struggled, although James Conner rushed 31 times for 135 yards and 2 touchdowns, is Bell done? Anyways the Browns went neck and neck with the Steelers while the Browns offense struggled their defense held the fort down. This is a good sign for the Browns as Tyrod Taylor threw for 197 yards but converted on just 15 of his 40 attempts. Taylor’s spot is up for grabs and Baker Mayfield breathes down his neck…

Tampa Bay?????????? Ryan Fitzpatrick????????? This is a fluke 1000% if Fitzpatrick can do this for even two games straight I’ll eat my dogs crap. Fitzpatrick went 21/28 with FOUR HUNDRED SEVENTEEN YARDS. Almost out performing Drew Brees… This game made Vegas a ton of money also. Other than the Fitzpatrick story the Saints D really sh*t the bed.

Sam Darnold and the Jets, how about it. His first drive is a pick-6, then he comes back and goes 16/21 with 198 yards and 2 touchdowns. The Jets was electric as Isiah Crowell had 10 rushes for 102 yards and 2 touchdowns, Quincy Enunwa had 6 catches for 62 yards, a ot of bright spots for the Jets on both sides of the ball. But it was Detroit, and the Jets do play Miami and then Cleveland, this shall be interesting…

 

 

Are these Fantasy Football QB’s worth the bargain?

Alex Smith: Smith spent his last five years in Kansas City and was never much of a glamour and glit QB, he was a simple, get the job done, white collar QB. Smith had the best year of his career last season and now has been sent to Washington to hopefully revive this Redskins passing game and offense. Smith ranked 8th among QBs in passing yards with 4,042, 9th in touchdown passes(26), and first in QB rating with a 104.7. Therefore with these numbers Smith will have a lot of questions to answer, will and can he come to Washington and produce these same numbers and make this Washington team contenders? Probably not, but I still think Smith is worthy of a QB 1 spot on fantasy rosters, I’d say if you feel comfortable drafting solid RB’s and WR’s and having a questionable QB, go for it. I think Smith is bound for around 270 plus fantasy points.

Jimmy Garoppolo: Can this guy really lead the 49ers back into contention and to the playoffs? Jimmy G was a late hero last season and opened the eyes of many NFL fans and fantasy owners. Therefore the conversation we all know coming into this fantasy season is Jimmy G worth the bargain to go after and start at your QB 1 position. The situation in San Fran is not great but they do have Pierre Garcon, Marquis Godwin, Greg Kittle and Jerrick McKinnon, they have a few pieces to work with and what we say from Jimmy G for the last six games last season it’s evident he can manage with these players. In those six games Garoppolo’s numbers were as follows, 96.2 QB rating, 1,560 passing yards, 260 yards per game, 67.4 completion percentage, 7 TD’s and 5 interceptions. I’d say go for it, draft Jimmy G and run with him!

Matt Stafford Fantasy football newsMatt Stafford: Stafford being one of the highest, if not highest paid QB in the NFL comes with some expectations, no? I mean the guy should be a top 5 QB year in and year out if he is getting paid 135 million dollars over five years, sheesh. Stafford is a solid QB no doubt about it but he could be a little better for what he is worth. He always shows his spots of positivity, but at times he does things that make you scratch your head and say what the actual hell? Detroit has been a consistent team in that NFC North but with the talent in that division it is not too hard to be good. Stafford’s numbers last season were as follows, 99.3 QB rating, 65.7 completion rating, 4,446 passing yards, 277.9 passing yards per game, 29 TD and 10 INT, Stafford had one of his better years last season. I think with the value Stafford comes in at you can for sure snag him at a good price and start him all season he’ll be a consistent 16-19 points a game, with the occasional break out game or two.

Jamesis Winston: What is the deal with this guy? Tampa Bay fell flat on their face last year and had an extremely disappointing season and a lot of that can be due to Winston not exactly having an amazing year, decent but not playoff worthy. Winston’s numbers last year were as follows, 92.2 QB rating, 3,504 passing yards, 63.8 completion percentage, 19 TD’s and 11 INT. Winston has the tools in Tampa Bay to have a successful offense, Desean Jackson can still fly, Mike Evan is a top 10 wide receiver, Cameron Brate is not a terrible tight end, Adam Humphries sure is not an amazing wide receiver but he can get the job done and a decent running back option with Jacquizz Rodgers and Charles Sims. To me the Buccaneers have the ability to get the job done but playing in one of the toughest divisions in the league is tough and a lot of pressure on Winston when he has Brees, Newton, and Ryan to compete with. Winston is iffy at best, I personally would not go after him until he has a few games under his belt, wait on him for sure.

Andrew Luck Fantasy football newsAndrew Luck: What the hell do you do with this guy? Cause when he is healthy he is good! Or you make the mistake I made last year and drafted him late thinking he was going to be a steal, but did not play a single down last year. Luck is coming off a bad shoulder injury but right now the reports say he is going to be ready for week one. He has played in the preseason and has been feeling and looking good.

As reported by NFL.com Michael Silver Andrew Luck said after his preseason game vs Seattle “I think I took a little pressure off of myself,” Luck said. “It’s a preseason game — I’m not gonna blow anything out of proportion. But it was still a game, and another step along the way.”

Luck is coming into action for the first time in 585 days, sure you can have your concerns and Luck will fall off the draft board but, if you do have the guts to go after this guy, do it. I would probably have a solid back up option just to be safe but that is the gamble you run. Luck has a few weapons and one of the quickest wide receivers in the league TY Hilton at his disposal plus two solid tight ends in Eric Ebron and James Doyle, two young and hopeful wide receivers in Ryan Grant and Deon Cain(rookie out of Clemson). Luck has the ability to be a top QB in the league if he can stay healthy I’d go after Luck.

Fantasy Football: Who would you go with?

Football season is going to be here in no time, so it’s time to prepare for some fantasy football mock drafts! We have preseason games started already and a few kicking off tonight. The season is nearing in and the headlines are getting more and more exaggerated. For example Dez Bryant comments on a photo of him in a Browns uniform and all of sudden he is going to Cleveland and he is not going to Cleveland. Reporters have turned that news into about six different headlines, sheesh. Sticking to fantasy football, come draft time, when and if you are ever put in this situation what would you do?

Wide Receivers: Who would you go with? 

Michael Thomas Fantasy FootballTyrek Hill or Michael Thomas? These two will definitely be on the board at the same time come later in the first, and even into the second or third round. Therefore who do you go with? Hill had an unbelievable year, one that shocked the NFL, going for 1183 receiving yards, 75 receptions and 7 receiving touchdowns. He does not get a bye week until week 12 and opens up the first five weeks vs the Chargers, Steelers, 49ers, Denver and Jacksonville, not easy opponents. As for Thomas he brought in 104 receptions for 1245 yards and 5 touchdown catches plus he has Drew Brees throwing to him and opens up with Tampa Bay, Cleveland, Atlanta, Redskins and Giants with a bye week in week six. What’s your move? Mine is Michael Thomas 10/10 times.

Nelson Agholor or Cooper Kupp? This is a tough one, they bought reeled in 62 receptions last season. Except Kupp went for 869 yards and Agholor went for 768 but Agholor reeled in 8 touchdown catches to Kupp’s five. Agholor opens up the first five weeks with Atlanta, Tampa Bay, Colts, Tennessee and Minnesota. Plus with also Alshon Jeffrey and Mike Wallace now plus Zach Ertz, Agholor has some players to contend with. Kupp has the same issue as the Rams acquired Brandin Cooks. Kupp had a very solid rookie season, he opens the year with Oakland, Arizona, Chargers, Minnesota and Seattle, some very tough opponents to start the year with. If push came to shove and I was in a tight situation, I would probably go Kupp here.

Running backs: Who would you go with?

Alvin Kamara vs Kareem Hunt? Another Saints vs Chiefs duo, did not plan this at all. But Kamara came out the gates last year and never looked back, that backfield in New Orleans was a question mark to start but Kamara quickly took over the ranks and has no plans on giving it back. The other day, Kamara came out and said

 “I was in the f—king pokeball in Bama and I f—king evolved into some other sh-t. That orange mother–ker. Charizard.” As reported by Bleacher report.

Well it seems as if Kamara could use an English lesson or two but still he seems to be feeling confident and in the zone. Last season he rushed for 728 yards on 120 attempts while also receiving 81 passes for 826 yards, combined between rushing and receiving Kamara totaled 13 touchdowns. Kamara opens the year with Tampa, Cleveland, Atlanta, Redskins and Giants. Hunt was a story from the beginning of the year, in many leagues he was undrafted but by week three he was owned in nearly 99% of leagues. He quickly made a name for himself in that Kansas City backfield and in the NFL. Hunt went for 1327 yards on 272 attempts and 455 receiving yards with 53 receptions. Hunt combined for 11 touchdowns total. Although Hunt has some major upside in Kansas City due to their offense being very one-dimensional and Hunt being able to receive and run the ball, which means he has a chance to touch the ball every down, Kamara and the Saints offense has more upside and they are more consistent and not as predictable. I’d go Kamara if I had too.

Ezekiel Elliot Fantasy FootballEzekiel Elliot or LeSean McCoy? Ehh, the Dallas offense scares me a little and Elliot not playing a whole last season is worrisome, plus McCoy is always a guaranteed top 10 running back in the league. I remember when Elliot emerged in the league, McCoy was the number one or two ranked guy and this is was a big conversation, Elliot or McCoy? So… Elliot only played in 10 games last season in which he rushed for 983 yards on 242 attempts while also rushing for seven touchdowns. While reeling in 26 receptions for 269 yards and two touchdowns. McCoy the Bills focal point for years now rushed for 1138 yards on 287 attempts and 6 touchdowns in 16 games. McCoy also does his fair share in the receiving game going for 448 yards on 59 receptions for two touchdowns as well. They are pretty close in numbers even with Elliot missing 7 games, McCoy opens the year with Ravens, Chargers, Minnesota, Green Bay and Tennessee getting a bye week in the eleventh week, while Elliot opens with Carolina, Giants, Seattle, Detroit and Houston with his bye week coming in week eight. If it came down to these two, I’d be using the full 1:30 to pick and scratching my head the whole time…

Quarterbacks: Who would you go with? 

Carson Wentz or Dak Prescott? Two QB’s drafted in the same year, one had a more successful first year while the other blew the other QB out of the water their second year. One has a Super Bowl ring and almost MVP trophy while the other has a lot of ground to make up for a poor 2017 season. Prescott and Wentz have been compared for several years now, all throughout college and now in the NFL. Playing in the same division they see a lot of each other and will never be able to run from the comparison talks. Prescott numbers last season were as follows, 308/490 completion rate of 62.9, throwing for 3,324 yards, with 22 touchdowns and 13 interceptions. Prescott’s QB rating was 86.6 compared to his 104.9 rookie year, his interceptions went from 4 to 13. While Wentz’s numbers last year were 265/440 with a rating of 60.2, 3,296 yards, 33 touchdown passes and 7 interceptions. Wentz’s QB rating was 101.9 to his 79.3 his rookie year. His interceptions went from 14 to 7. Prescott opens the year with Carolina, Giants, Seattle, Detroit and Houston. While Wentz opens with with Atlanta, Tampa Bay, Colts, Tennessee and Minnesota. The two had nearly opposite seasons from 2016 to 2017. Both very good quarterbacks but with the core Philadelphia has and Dallas probably losing Dez Bryant it worries some about Prescott’s wide receivers and their ability to be of use to the young QB, while Wentz is coming off a bad ACL injury, that has worried some as well. For me when it comes down to these two, I’d go Wentz.

 

 

Week 14 Waiver Wire Adds

Orleans Darkwa- 68% owned- I feel as if I put Darkwa on this list every other week. He’s a solid option if you’re in need of a running back as the playoffs approach. This season, he’s been averaging 7.7 points per game, but he’s been averaging 10.5 points in his last 8 games. Darkwa is a hidden fantasy gem in this terrible Giants offense.

 

Tarik Cohen– 43.4% owned- It’s been an up and down season for Cohen. He’s had great games and then he’s had just terrible games. He’s been coming around recently becoming more consistent in backing up Jordan Howard. Cohen could be a nice add facing a weak Bengals run defense.

 

Kenny Stills– 51.4% owned- Stills has shown he can be a very reliable receiver this season averaging 11 points per game. Even though he’s facing an improved Patriots defense, he should still get targets from Jay Cutler, especially in garbage time.

 

Marquise Goodwin- 33.5% owned- Goodwin proved that he’s Jimmy Garoppolo’s favorite target. Over the past four games, he’s averaged 12.4 points per game. Goodwin is definitely a solid add this week.

 

Martavis Bryant– 47.1% owned- With JuJu Smith-Schuster suspended for his hit on Vontaze Burfict, Bryant moves into the #2 spot behind Antonio Brown. Even though the Ravens have a tough defense, they’ll focus more on AB and targets will come in bunches for Bryant.

 

NFL Week 13 Waiver Wire Steals

As the fantasy playoff season approaches us, many owners are looking for an edge to beat their competition. Luckily for them, there are several diamonds in the rough waiting to be added off the waiver wire. Listed below are five players that can make a massive impact for a fantasy matchup.

 

Ricky Seals-Jones- (Owned in 15.8% of ESPN leagues)

 

Ever since Blaine Gabbert became the starting quarterback for the Arizona Cardinals, he has relied heavily on Seals-Jones. In the last two week, Seals-Jones has 3 touchdowns and roughly 130 yards. He is relied on heavily in the redzone, which should continue in this week’s divisional matchup against the Rams.

 

Marquise Goodwin- (Owned in 14.3% of ESPN leagues)

 

Goodwin, one of the fastest receivers in the league, has a great matchup against the Chicago Bears this week. New starting quarterback Jimmy Garoppolo should lean on him heavily throughout the game, as he will most likely consistently have a step on whoever is defending him. Goodwin has been inconsistent this season, but he should have one of his better games this week.

 

Jimmy Garoppolo- (Owned in 13.1% of ESPN leagues)

 

As mentioned above, Jimmy G has been announced the starter against this Sunday’s matchup against the Bears. In just one drive last week, Garoppolo looked like a confident veteran, throwing a last minute touchdown in the redzone. Overall, Garoppolo has proven skills and will be going up against a slightly under average defense. Fantasy owners should be confident to play him this week.

 

Dede Westbrook- (Owned in 9.4% of ESPN leagues)

 

Last week, with Allen Hurns watching from the sideline and Marqise Lee being covered by Patrick Peterson, Dede Westbrook had 6 catches for 41 yards. Westbrook is fast and will be going up against an injured Colts defense this week. As long as Hurns is injured, Westbrook should receive a pretty sturdy workload.

 

DJ Foster- (Owned in 0.4% of ESPN leagues)

 

Currently owned in hardly any leagues, Foster broke out of his shell last week after an injury to backup running back Kerwynn Williams. Foster fits in perfectly with the Arizona offense as a receiver out of the backfield and could be a massive steal in PPR leagues.