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WR Sleepers-Week 4 (1 Viewer)

Ministry of Pain

Footballguy
You can barely find 2 RBs to play most weeks, the choices seem to accumulate at the WR and Flex spots. A few guy s seem to be ranked weekly outside the top 30, sometimes the top 50 despite not only having some solid gains but also good match ups this week.

Nate Washington: In a 12 team league and with bye weeks starting, FBG has him as a very low end WR3-solid WR4 option. That might be about right except Kenny Brit has fallen out of favor and Wright seems to run a lot of short patterns. Washington could be top 25 this week.

Leonard Hankerson/Santana Moss: The problem is which one but Moss typically has more consistent targets. Moss is good for about 10-15, Hankerson could get you 5 or 20. Both are ranked at about the 50-55 range.

Kenbrell Thompkins: Barely in the top 50 this week, with Gronk and Amendola OUT, how can you not look at Thompkins as as a solid sleeper option this week?

Terrence Williams: Not even in the top 60 this week, would seem like he has a shot with Austin and also Harris gimpy right now. Rookie plays are a roll of the dice but he should see action today.

What you got last minute?

 

SoBeDad

Footballguy
You can barely find 2 RBs to play most weeks, the choices seem to accumulate at the WR and Flex spots. A few guy s seem to be ranked weekly outside the top 30, sometimes the top 50 despite not only having some solid gains but also good match ups this week.

Nate Washington: In a 12 team league and with bye weeks starting, FBG has him as a very low end WR3-solid WR4 option. That might be about right except Kenny Brit has fallen out of favor and Wright seems to run a lot of short patterns. Washington could be top 25 this week.

Leonard Hankerson/Santana Moss: The problem is which one but Moss typically has more consistent targets. Moss is good for about 10-15, Hankerson could get you 5 or 20. Both are ranked at about the 50-55 range.

Kenbrell Thompkins: Barely in the top 50 this week, with Gronk and Amendola OUT, how can you not look at Thompkins as as a solid sleeper option this week?

Terrence Williams: Not even in the top 60 this week, would seem like he has a shot with Austin and also Harris gimpy right now. Rookie plays are a roll of the dice but he should see action today.

What you got last minute?
Dobson too. He's been getting open, and his hands were not a problem in college:

Catching:

+Has made some of the most amazing catches ever seen on the football field.

+Incredibly strong hands, plucks the ball out of the air at its highest point.

+Controls body in the air, makes tough catches look routine.

-Will let a few balls get into his body, especially on slants.

 

Ministry of Pain

Footballguy
DOBSON 10 targets in each game played. No danny no gronk. I feel a huge day for him
You and a couple others are talking him up, good points on the targets. Both Dobson and Thompkins will see a lot of action tonight. Atlanta is in a must win mode, they can ill afford to go 1-3. AFC East has been a monster so far.

 
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barrnone

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Ryan Broyles is a decent sleeper...he's been fast-tracked to the #2 WR slot in Detroit and we know they LOVE to throw the ball.

 

Ministry of Pain

Footballguy
Nate Washington was #5 overall at WR this past weekend

Kenbrell Thompkins finished at #8, that's 2 top 10 sleepers this week.

Terrence Williams was #32 which is bottom WR3 tier but he could have had a better game and also had a costly fumble

Hankerson took the targets, he barely cracked the top 50.

 

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