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Mohamed Sanu or Rueben Randle (2016)

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Experts' Pick
 
 
Mohamed Sanu
WR - ATL
Mohamed Sanu
Rueben Randle
WR - FA
Rueben Randle
Expert
Recommendation
94%
Recommended by
130 of 138 experts
6%
Recommended by
8 of 138 experts
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Mohamed Sanu
WR - ATL
Mohamed Sanu
Rueben Randle
WR - FA
Rueben Randle
2016 Schedule 
Week 1 vs. TB 
Week 2 at OAK 
Week 3 at NO 
Week 4 vs. CAR 
Week 5 at DEN 
Week 6 at SEA 
Week 7 vs. SD 
Week 8 vs. GB 
Week 9 at TB 
Week 10 at PHI 
Week 11BYE WEEK 
Week 12 vs. ARI 
Week 13 vs. KC 
Week 14 at LA 
Week 15 vs. SF 
Week 16 at CAR 
Week 17 vs. NO 
 
Mohamed Sanu
WR - ATL
Mohamed Sanu
, Mon 4pm EDT
Rueben Randle
WR - FA
Rueben Randle
, Mon 4pm EDT
Receiving
   
Receptions56.93.0
Rec Yards703.2238.5
Rec TDs4.01.0
   
Rushing
   
Rush Attempts3.20.0
Rush Yards16.60.0
Rush TDs0.10.0
   
Points
   
Fantasy Points95.027.9
   
 
Mohamed Sanu
WR - ATL
Mohamed Sanu
Rueben Randle
WR - FA
Rueben Randle
2015 Points 
Week 15.45.3
Week 22.51.5
Week 35.424.6
Week 412.412.1
Week 511.99.2
Week 65.89.4
Week 78.8
Week 83.010.5
Week 914.015.0
Week 101.58.1
Week 114.1
Week 121.810.6
Week 130.74.2
Week 144.416.8
Week 153.014.7
Week 1612.916.0
Week 172.717.9
 
Mohamed Sanu
WR - ATL
Mohamed Sanu
Rueben Randle
WR - FA
Rueben Randle
Expert 
Chet Gresham
WalterFootball
Sanu will be the No. 2 wide receiver target behind Julio Jones, which should be enough to give Sanu fantasy value, but Matt Ryan is going to use Devonta Freeman in the passing game much like he did last season. Sanu's overall targets aren't going to be off the chartsRandle has some appeal in deeper leagues as long as he wins a No. 3 job, but that's about it
Raju Byfield
Win My Fantasy League
Sanu should be a solid if unspectacular flex option in PPR leagues 
Sablich Brothers
5th Down Fantasy
Atlanta's new number two has been prone to drops over the years. Career underachiever No lock to make the final roster.
FantasyPros Staff
FantasyPros
You may look at Sanu and see just 394 yards with 0 touchdowns, but we see the guy starting across from Julio Jones in a strong offense. Matt Ryan is going to get his 4,500 passing yards, and while 2,000 of those might go to Julio, that leaves 2,500 to split between Sanu, two mediocre tight ends and some no-names like Justin Hardy and Eric Weems. Sanu will finish with 900 yards which will be good for top 25 in football.Randle finished just behind Randall Cobb and Mike Evans with 129.9 fantasy points last season and don't forget, he had over 900 yards the season before. Nelson Agholor's off the field incident and subpar mini-camp might have put Randle in the driver's seat for the No. 2 WR job opposite of Jordan Matthews. If he does start, there is no reason to believe he won't get another 900+ yards.