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Need a late round, hidden gem, lottery tix, WR, NOT named Stills, Sanu, Deebo, Goodwin, or Beasley

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Devante Parker, Emanuel Sanders, Jake Kumerow, or Demaryius Thomas.

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Adam Humphries - He will be Mariota's top target... until he gets benched.  Then he'll be Tannehill's top target.

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Damion willis. He will be there because everyone expects boyd to step in and take the balls aj green leaves by being injured. 

That might not be the case. They moved willis to the X which is greens spot instead of moving boyd to that. 

Bengals are putrid in general but both boyd and green were top 30 wrs last year so it would stand to reason willis can put up those numbers through 4 games. 

 

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Cody Latimer for weeks 1-4, and Ronald Jones II as a later year lotto ticket

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2 minutes ago, jrokh said:

Cody Latimer for weeks 1-4, and Ronald Jones II as a later year lotto ticket

This.

And Jakeem Grant.  He just got paid more than Amari Cooper, the Dolphins shipped Kenny Stills, and Fitzmagic is a slinger.  Connect the dots.

Maybe Michael Crabtree, later in the season when he gets up to speed.  He's from Texas Tech too, ya know...

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Tre'Quan Smith, New Orleans Saints- Did Drew Brees retire?  Smith is being ranked as if he did.  MThomas will get doubled and Ted Ginn is just a deep ball specialist.

MeCole Hardman, KC Chiefs- If Hill was suspended, Hardman would be going way, way higher.  I think we will be sneaky good with Mahomes and better than overrated Watkins.

Preston Williams, Miami Dolphins- Stills=Gone, Wilson=Slot receiver, Grant= Gadget player, Parker=Sux, Williams=Near future #1 receiver on the Fins

Dionte Johnson, Pittsburgh Steelers- Only has Moncrief and JWashington above him on depth chart for #2 role behind JuJu.  Johnson although raw, is simply more talented, IMO.

KeeSean Johnson, Arizona Cardinals- Quietly could be Carinals best rookie receiver in supposedly crazy new offense.

Miles Boykin, Baltimore Ravens- Lamar Jackson learns to throw more than run and it turns out Boykin is his best Red Zone target.

Jake Kumerow, Green Bay Packers- MVS will emerge as Packers valuable #2 receiver, but I think it's Kumerow who shines in the slot.

John Ross, Cincinnati Bengals- 3rd year breakout candidate has opportunity with AJ Green sidelined and Boyd getting all the attention. Put up or shut up time.

Keelan Cole, Jacksonville Jaguars- Who knows where he ranks on Jags WR depth chart but the other guys are pedestrian as well.  I think Nick Foles will be best QB in Jax in a while and someone has to be his favorite target.  As a 3rd year breakout candidate, gut feeling it's Keelan.

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I might add Jaron Brown as a deep loto ticket. He resigned with Seattle, and could end up the #2 if Metcalf struggles as a rookie....

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Dorsett, Golden Tate, and then I have a man crush on DJ Chark... a 2nd year, big red zone target on a team that should have vastly improved QB play. Preseason concussion is a red flag, but a 6'4" big play threat could be a steal at the tail end of the draft. 

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1 hour ago, Marino is God said:

Tre'Quan Smith, New Orleans Saints- Did Drew Brees retire?  Smith is being ranked as if he did.  MThomas will get doubled and Ted Ginn is just a deep ball specialist.

MeCole Hardman, KC Chiefs- If Hill was suspended, Hardman would be going way, way higher.  I think we will be sneaky good with Mahomes and better than overrated Watkins.

Preston Williams, Miami Dolphins- Stills=Gone, Wilson=Slot receiver, Grant= Gadget player, Parker=Sux, Williams=Near future #1 receiver on the Fins

Dionte Johnson, Pittsburgh Steelers- Only has Moncrief and JWashington above him on depth chart for #2 role behind JuJu.  Johnson although raw, is simply more talented, IMO.

KeeSean Johnson, Arizona Cardinals- Quietly could be Carinals best rookie receiver in supposedly crazy new offense.

Miles Boykin, Baltimore Ravens- Lamar Jackson learns to throw more than run and it turns out Boykin is his best Red Zone target.

Jake Kumerow, Green Bay Packers- MVS will emerge as Packers valuable #2 receiver, but I think it's Kumerow who shines in the slot.

John Ross, Cincinnati Bengals- 3rd year breakout candidate has opportunity with AJ Green sidelined and Boyd getting all the attention. Put up or shut up time.

Keelan Cole, Jacksonville Jaguars- Who knows where he ranks on Jags WR depth chart but the other guys are pedestrian as well.  I think Nick Foles will be best QB in Jax in a while and someone has to be his favorite target.  As a 3rd year breakout candidate, gut feeling it's Keelan.

 Clearly an obsession with Johnsons. 

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Not sure if he qualifies as a “lotto ticket”, but Crowder going in the 13th or later is a steal imo. We all know Darnold loves throwing to the slot receiver, the two reportedly formed a strong bond early in camp, and if you look at the Jets schedule R. Anderson is pegged to face all top cornerbacks for the majority of the season. I’m not saying Crowder is gonna be a stud, but I wouldn’t be surprised if he turns into a solid weekly WR3 start, even in non-ppr leagues. 

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Metcalf wr for the Seahawks. 

 

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2 hours ago, Marino is God said:

 

MeCole Hardman, KC Chiefs- If Hill was suspended, Hardman would be going way, way higher.  I think we will be sneaky good with Mahomes and better than overrated Watkins.

 

Yep, almost forgot The Hard Man....the one WR that best fits your description. He will get touches outta the gate, but if Hill gets injured or suspended (hard to imagine either, I know) Don't miss out on that potential upside.

Got him in all leagues.

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10 minutes ago, stonewall said:

Yep, almost forgot The Hard Man....the one WR that best fits your description. He will get touches outta the gate, but if Hill gets injured or suspended (hard to imagine either, I know) Don't miss out on that potential upside.

Got him in all leagues.

I dunno if even Mahomes throws enough passes for Kelce, Hill, one or two RBs, Watson, Robinson AND Hardman to be fantasy-relevant, but good luck...

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1 minute ago, AxeElf said:

I dunno if even Mahomes throws enough passes for Kelce, Hill, one or two RBs, Watson, Robinson AND Hardman to be fantasy-relevant, but good luck...

Granted...but I believe there is a chance that The Hard Man surpasses both Watkins/Robinson as his WR2 this season. 

Can you imagine defenses trying to cover both The Freak and The Hard Man streaking down the field? Who ya gonna roll coverage to?

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Just now, stonewall said:

Granted...but I believe there is a chance that The Hard Man surpasses both Watkins/Robinson as his WR2 this season. 

Can you imagine defenses trying to cover both The Freak and The Hard Man streaking down the field? Who ya gonna roll coverage to?

Might happen next year... but not as a rookie.

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Agree with some mentioned so I'll toss out a name that wasn't mentioned and that's JJ Arcega Whiteside. 

Tons of mouths to feed in Philly and it may take awhile but if he can supplant any of the top 3 WR's through play and/or injury he'll be a stud in that offense. 

 

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Dont get tbe Kumerow love.  As a GB fan I root for the guy.  

MVS is the outside WR.  Allison is firmly in the slot. 

They are going to run the ball more this year.

Lafleur loves TEs.

Kumerow would need 1 or 2 injuries to help anyone this year.  

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Was able to snag Hardman, who could be a very good late round pickup especially if Watson gets hurt.  Also grabbed DJ Chark, going up against KC, Jags might have to throw in a possible shootout.  Would like to target Humphries too.  Good advice all!

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Lafleur loves TEs.

 

Speaking of which, I think Graham will have a decent season. Not a huge yardage difference but Rodgers is a decent bet to increase his TD totals significantly and some of those will go to JG.  

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Zero love for Andrews on this bored. I've picked him up in the 13th in all three of my drafts. Check out what the Baltimore insiders are saying about him. This years' Kittle?

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11 minutes ago, pipeman said:

Zero love for Andrews on this bored. I've picked him up in the 13th in all three of my drafts. Check out what the Baltimore insiders are saying about him. This years' Kittle?

I like him, and posted him in a draft target list a few weeks ago. Like Waller better, but Andrews a close second. He can ball...

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1 hour ago, stonewall said:

I like him, and posted him in a draft target list a few weeks ago. Like Waller better, but Andrews a close second. He can ball...

i got both in two leagues. lets hope we are right.

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5 hours ago, Marino is God said:

Tre'Quan Smith, New Orleans Saints- Did Drew Brees retire?  Smith is being ranked as if he did.  MThomas will get doubled and Ted Ginn is just a deep ball specialist.

MeCole Hardman, KC Chiefs- If Hill was suspended, Hardman would be going way, way higher.  I think we will be sneaky good with Mahomes and better than overrated Watkins.

Preston Williams, Miami Dolphins- Stills=Gone, Wilson=Slot receiver, Grant= Gadget player, Parker=Sux, Williams=Near future #1 receiver on the Fins

Dionte Johnson, Pittsburgh Steelers- Only has Moncrief and JWashington above him on depth chart for #2 role behind JuJu.  Johnson although raw, is simply more talented, IMO.

KeeSean Johnson, Arizona Cardinals- Quietly could be Carinals best rookie receiver in supposedly crazy new offense.

Miles Boykin, Baltimore Ravens- Lamar Jackson learns to throw more than run and it turns out Boykin is his best Red Zone target.

Jake Kumerow, Green Bay Packers- MVS will emerge as Packers valuable #2 receiver, but I think it's Kumerow who shines in the slot.

John Ross, Cincinnati Bengals- 3rd year breakout candidate has opportunity with AJ Green sidelined and Boyd getting all the attention. Put up or shut up time.

Keelan Cole, Jacksonville Jaguars- Who knows where he ranks on Jags WR depth chart but the other guys are pedestrian as well.  I think Nick Foles will be best QB in Jax in a while and someone has to be his favorite target.  As a 3rd year breakout candidate, gut feeling it's Keelan.

This is a really good list.  A couple of points pros/cons on some of them.

Tre'Quan Smith - I think there is some thought that Brees is starting to decline.  His deep ball was off the last few games of last year.  Maybe it's nothing but if it is, it would really hurt Smith.  Also Ted Ginn won't die.

Preston Williams - If he can keep his head on straight he's been eating up anyone who tries to cover him.  He's a must have in dynasty.

Dionte Johnson - Washington still struggles with press coverage.  That means JuJu has to move to the slot when the Steelers go 3WR with Washington, Johnson, and Juju.  This doesn't make sense since they signed Ryan Switzer to operate there.  All that means Johnson could be on the field more than Washington.

Boykin - Had a much higher draft grade before playing last year with injuries at ND.  Only problem here is mentioned by OP.  Can Jackson find him.

Cole - I was on this train early, but I've heard less than positive comments on his camp.  Seems to have lost his confidence to some degree.

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On 9/3/2019 at 3:59 PM, shutdown said:

John Ross, Cincinnati Bengals- 3rd year breakout candidate

 

7 hours ago, Kent said:

Hardman.  Sammy Watkins is always hurt. 

 

On 9/3/2019 at 12:11 PM, weepaws said:

Metcalf wr for the Seahawks. 

 

 

On 9/3/2019 at 9:42 AM, stonewall said:

Devante Parker

I agree all the above players could be good late round candidates.

Also Golden Tate.  I have him as my lotto ticket in another league.  I think once the suspension is done, I think he can put up numbers.

in AZ, Michael Crabtree, Keesean Johnson and Andy Isabella could all potentially be good players.  Johnson and Isabella were hand picked by the AZ coach and drafted in the later rounds and Crabtree was a TD machine in Oakland.

With the new Air raid system there, and when you consider that Fitzgerald is on the wrong side of the age of 35, there is the very real possibility that one of these three players emerges as the new Lead dog in the Arizona Offense.  It may be a risky game to play, but every offense usually has one player who deserves to be on the fantasy roster.

This is one I plan to research a bit over the coming days, and I will try to watch the week 1 game.

Right now everyone except Fitzgerald is available on the waiver wire in one of my leagues, and these are players of interest.

 

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On 9/3/2019 at 3:46 PM, Phil Simms 11 said:

 

Speaking of which, I think Graham will have a decent season. Not a huge yardage difference but Rodgers is a decent bet to increase his TD totals significantly and some of those will go to JG.  

Well he got the TD. Of course, I went with Waller instead because I thought Brown would be out

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13 minutes ago, Ray_T said:

in AZ, Michael Crabtree, Keesean Johnson and Andy Isabella could all potentially be good players.  Johnson and Isabella were hand picked by the AZ coach and drafted in the later rounds and Crabtree was a TD machine in Oakland.

Other than Fitzgerald, I think Crabtree may end up being the WR to own in Arizona.  He's not only a pretty good WR, but he's also from Texas Tech, so there's some Red Raider brotherhood there.  Crabtree is getting a little long in the tooth, but he's been in the league just two years more than Julio Jones (and five years less than Fitzgerald).

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On 9/3/2019 at 3:00 PM, purplengold47 said:

Higgins of Cleveland. 

Was intrigued by him because of the connection he has with Baker but dismissed him with too many mouths to feed. Now that Beckham is complaining about his hip before even playing a game I'm starting to think he may very well be worth the Week 1 stash. 

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55 minutes ago, AxeElf said:

Other than Fitzgerald, I think Crabtree may end up being the WR to own in Arizona.  He's not only a pretty good WR, but he's also from Texas Tech, so there's some Red Raider brotherhood there.  Crabtree is getting a little long in the tooth, but he's been in the league just two years more than Julio Jones (and five years less than Fitzgerald).

yeah, hes 31, but his game was never speed based, so being a bit older and slightly slower may affect him less than it would an Antonio Brown.   

Crabtree makes his living because he is big bodied, and because he can outjump people for footballs.

Great red zone target. 

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Agholor is moving to the slot which is where he excels. 

 

I’m picking up Nkeal Harry in leagues where I’m not using the IR slot. Not expecting much but Gordon could have another mental slip at any time. 

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9 minutes ago, Phil Simms 11 said:

I’m picking up Nkeal Harry in leagues where I’m not using the IR slot. Not expecting much but Gordon could have another mental slip at any time. 

Phillip Dorsett is still the other Patriots' WR to own.

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