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Chris Conley (WR - JAC)
5d
Player Note on Chris Conley (WR - JAC)
Conley is likely the third receiving option in Jacksonville after the breakout campaign from D.J. Chark and the presence of Dede Westbrook. I'd generally avoid Conley, but things can change if/when Nick Foles is starting again.
Keke Coutee (WR - HOU)
5d
Player Note on Keke Coutee (WR - HOU)
Keke Coutee has seemingly fallen behind Will Fuller and Kenny Stills on the depth chart. Those two, however, don't have the best injury history, so Coutee is a solid stash for deeper leagues.
A.J. Brown (WR - TEN)
5d
Player Note on A.J. Brown (WR - TEN)
Brown has a collection of big plays to his name this season, but he hasn't surpassed three receptions in any game this year. The Titans offense simply doesn't have a sustainable passing game that would allow you to justify starting Brown.
Sammy Watkins (WR - KC)
5d
Player Note on Sammy Watkins (WR - KC)
It looks like the injury bug finally came back and found its favorite victim, as Sammy is dealing with shoulder and hamstring injuries. You still have to love his opportunity as the number two receiver in the Chiefs offense, but he doesn't have the best track record with injuries. I wouldn't expect him to play in Week 6.
Phillip Dorsett (WR - NE)
5d
Player Note on Phillip Dorsett (WR - NE)
Dorsett was averaging eight targets per game across Weeks 3 and 4 before leaving Week 5's matchup against the Redskins without a target. We still view Dorsett as a high-upside stash, but let's hope his recent hamstring injury is extremely minor.
Mecole Hardman (WR - KC)
5d
Player Note on Mecole Hardman (WR - KC)
Hardman seems to have taken a back seat to at least Demarcus Robinson, so he'll need some injury help in order to be start-able again.
Demarcus Robinson (WR - KC)
5d
Player Note on Demarcus Robinson (WR - KC)
Since his eruption in Week 2, Robinson has cooled, averaging 36.3 receiving yards per game with one total touchdown. If all Chiefs receivers are healthy, Robinson should be the number three, but targets will be hard to come by with Travis Kelce suctioning 7-10 targets per game as well.
Marquise Brown (WR - BAL)
6d
Player Note on Marquise Brown (WR - BAL)
Brown's yardage production, like much of the Ravens offense, has decreased every week since the beginning of the season. He's a flex option at this point, but at a minimum he seems to be Lamar Jackson's favorite wide receiver.
Emmanuel Sanders (WR - DEN)
6d
Player Note on Emmanuel Sanders (WR - DEN)
Simply put, Sanders has been wildly inconsistent. He has three games with 86 yards or more (and touchdowns in two of them), and two games with 10 yards or less. He's extremely risky and shouldn't be treated as anything more than a WR3 or FLEX, though you may be pleasantly surprised.
Tyler Boyd (WR - CIN)
6d
Player Note on Tyler Boyd (WR - CIN)
Boyd has seen over 10 targets in all but one game this season, and that should continue until the return of A.J. Green, at a minimum. He's a very strong WR3 or FLEX play.
Chris Conley (WR - JAC)
5d
Player Note on Chris Conley (WR - JAC)
Conley is likely the third receiving option in Jacksonville after the breakout campaign from D.J. Chark and the presence of Dede Westbrook. I'd generally avoid Conley, but things can change if/when Nick Foles is starting again.
Keke Coutee (WR - HOU)
5d
Player Note on Keke Coutee (WR - HOU)
Keke Coutee has seemingly fallen behind Will Fuller and Kenny Stills on the depth chart. Those two, however, don't have the best injury history, so Coutee is a solid stash for deeper leagues.
A.J. Brown (WR - TEN)
5d
Player Note on A.J. Brown (WR - TEN)
Brown has a collection of big plays to his name this season, but he hasn't surpassed three receptions in any game this year. The Titans offense simply doesn't have a sustainable passing game that would allow you to justify starting Brown.
Sammy Watkins (WR - KC)
5d
Player Note on Sammy Watkins (WR - KC)
It looks like the injury bug finally came back and found its favorite victim, as Sammy is dealing with shoulder and hamstring injuries. You still have to love his opportunity as the number two receiver in the Chiefs offense, but he doesn't have the best track record with injuries. I wouldn't expect him to play in Week 6.
Phillip Dorsett (WR - NE)
5d
Player Note on Phillip Dorsett (WR - NE)
Dorsett was averaging eight targets per game across Weeks 3 and 4 before leaving Week 5's matchup against the Redskins without a target. We still view Dorsett as a high-upside stash, but let's hope his recent hamstring injury is extremely minor.
Mecole Hardman (WR - KC)
5d
Player Note on Mecole Hardman (WR - KC)
Hardman seems to have taken a back seat to at least Demarcus Robinson, so he'll need some injury help in order to be start-able again.
Demarcus Robinson (WR - KC)
5d
Player Note on Demarcus Robinson (WR - KC)
Since his eruption in Week 2, Robinson has cooled, averaging 36.3 receiving yards per game with one total touchdown. If all Chiefs receivers are healthy, Robinson should be the number three, but targets will be hard to come by with Travis Kelce suctioning 7-10 targets per game as well.
Marquise Brown (WR - BAL)
6d
Player Note on Marquise Brown (WR - BAL)
Brown's yardage production, like much of the Ravens offense, has decreased every week since the beginning of the season. He's a flex option at this point, but at a minimum he seems to be Lamar Jackson's favorite wide receiver.
Emmanuel Sanders (WR - DEN)
6d
Player Note on Emmanuel Sanders (WR - DEN)
Simply put, Sanders has been wildly inconsistent. He has three games with 86 yards or more (and touchdowns in two of them), and two games with 10 yards or less. He's extremely risky and shouldn't be treated as anything more than a WR3 or FLEX, though you may be pleasantly surprised.
Tyler Boyd (WR - CIN)
6d
Player Note on Tyler Boyd (WR - CIN)
Boyd has seen over 10 targets in all but one game this season, and that should continue until the return of A.J. Green, at a minimum. He's a very strong WR3 or FLEX play.
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