'I have a hard time valuing Sanders but not a hard time valuing the WR2 position in the Denver offense. I'm targeting Sanders as my WR2 along with Williams/Cooks and then hedging my bet and taking Latimer a round or even two early.
This is not really hedging a bet in this case IMO. If anything there is a more reasonable chance the 2 could end up sharing snaps along the way rather than Latimer winning the job outright, in which case you end up with 2 marginal pieces.
Sanders value is going to come down to where he sits in the pecking order of targets, not whether he stays healthy or loses his job to Latimer so its not a clear handcuff that will necessarily have a significant benefit if the handcufee tanks.
I'm not saying the idea of taking one, the other, or even both is unreasonable, just not loving the hedge reasoning.
Not hating just offering another point of view. I had the same thoughts and ruled it out.