WR – DeSean Jackson – $9,100
Undervalued on most sites through 2 weeks, might not be the best play at WR this week at this price.
WR – Larry Fitzgerald – $7,800
Has a hamstring injury … I wouldn’t play him.
WR – Calvin Johnson – $9,500
Great play against a defense that has giving up HUGE numbers to WR’s. Problem is CJ is really expensive this week.
WR – Nate Burleson – $4,000
If you blow all your money and need a cheap WR – Nate has 13 catches on the year, and Calvin gets doubled.
WR – Pierre Garcon – $7,400
Had a BIG week last week (mostly in garbage time) … but it all counts and he probably will have another solid week this week.
WR – A.J. Green – $9,500
If you want to spend big money on a WR – you can’t go wrong here.
WR – Randall Cobb – $8,300
Gets tons of catches but needs TD’s to go his way for upside at this price.
WR – Jordy Nelson – $7,400
Had 2 touchdowns last week – and should be targeted again this week against the Bengals.
WR – James Jones – $6,300
Went from 0 catches to a BIG week 2 … will probably get plenty of looks again this week. Decent value at this price.
WR – Andre Johnson – $7,200
Got concussed last week. If he doesn’t practice this week – he’s very risky at this price.
WR – Torrey Smith – $6,000
The Texans gave up big plays to the Chargers week 1 … if you have Torrey in on a few of your matchups this week, it’s not the worst play.
WR – DeAndre Hopkins – $6,000
Has produced this year, and if Andre Johnson is gone, this guy could step into a bigger role on Sunday.
WR – Victor Cruz $7,900
Gets his catches each week … but is always nicked up and is listed at probable this week.
WR – Hakeem Nicks $6,800
Has solid numbers this year, is a decent play at this price but Carolina’s defense isn’t that bad.
WR – Eddie Royal – $7,000
No longer a sleeper at this price … might have a tough time being the #1 option with Floyd most likely out.
WR – Dez Bryant – $7,700
Is questionable, and if he doesn’t practice this week – you shouldn’t run him in all your lineups.
WR – Tavon Austin – $5,900
You need him to score TD’s to really get great value, but he should get 4 or 5 catches.
WR – Miles Austin – $5,000
You need him to get a ton of catches like week 1 but if Dez is hurt, his opportunities to get open might actually go down.
WR – Julian Edelman – $6,000 – Pretty Cheap Considering It’s PPR
Tom is finding this WR enough per game to make him worth a look in a PPR.
WR – Julio Jones – $9,100
Listed as questionable, so make sure he practices and starts if you put him in your lineup.
WR – Brian Hartline – $5,000 Cheaper Option If You Need To Save $$
Had a big week 1 but only 5 catches last week.
WR – Stevie Johnson $6,000
Had TD catches in the last 2 games and had a real good week 2.
WR – Robert Woods – $3,400 A Cheap Option If You’re Out Of $$
This rookie has produced and he faces the Jets on the road this week.
WR – Brandon Marshall – $8,700
A.J. Green was held in check by a Steelers corner, I’d probably keep Marshall on the bench this week.
WR – Demaryius Thomas – $7,900
The Broncos spread it around but Thomas can make the big plays.
WR – Wes Welker – $6,900
I like Wes, but again, Broncos spread it around so he may or may not have a big game.
WR – Eric Decker $5,800
No TD’s yet, but got on track in week 2.
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