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Fantasy Football Trade Advice: Devin Singletary, George Pickens, Dalton Schultz (Week 5)

Oct 6, 2022
Devin Singletary

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Let’s take a look at players to trade this week: Devin Singletary, George Pickens, Dalton Schultz, and David Njoku.

Fantasy Football Trade Advice

Players to Buy

Devin Singletary (RB – BUF)

Devin Singletary led the Buffalo backfield (15 touches). 80% opportunity share, 88% snap share. Zack Moss had three touches, mostly coming on the drive after Singletary fumbled. And James Cook had zero (1 target). But most importantly, Singletary was relied on in the passing game again…with four catches for 47 yards on five targets while running a route on 79% of dropbacks. He’s not doing much on the ground, but fantasy managers should be all over the receiving usage he’s seeing in the Bills’ offense. Nobody is threatening his workload.

David Njoku (TE – CLE)

David Njoku season LIVES ON. Seven targets. 5 catches for 73 yards. Ran a route on 87% of dropbacks. With this consistent usage over the past two weeks, Njoku is an every-week tight end play.

George Pickens (WR – PIT)

George Pickens tied for the most targets in Kenny Pickett‘s debut with four in the second half of Week 4. He converted his targets into 71 receiving yards in his first 100-yard game as a pro. Not to mention, Pickens earned a 48% air yards share in Week 4, seeing four targets of 20-plus yards. He ranks second to only Chris Olave in deep targets this season. Buy the Georgia product.

Dalton Schultz (TE – DAL)

Buy low on Dalton Schultz. The Cowboys TE reclaimed his pre-injury usage in Week 4 running a route on 79% of dropbacks while playing 90% of the snaps. However, he struggled with Cooper Rush at quarterback again, as he has done in every single game Rush has started for Dallas the past two seasons. But with Dak Prescott coming back, there’s hope Schultz can become more involved. He’s dirt cheap and might even be dropped to waivers.

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