IDP Start/Sit: Week 8

Updated: October 27th 2022

Week 7 is in the rearview mirror and we have a smaller amount of byes this week, but we still want to dig into our lineups and find those ideal matchups, positive or negative trends, or some potential buys / sells. Week 7’s starts and sits played out pretty well for the most part, and we should have a newer crowd joining in now with our recent inclusion with the IDP Show! For those who are not familiar, with this article, we are trying to identify some of those fringe players or deeper plays for our IDP lineups. With that brief reset, let’s get ourselves into week 8 with this week’s callouts.

Start: Dorance Armstrong (1 solo, 2 assist, 1 sack, FR, TFL, QB hit)

Sit: Emmanuel Ogbah (Inactive, hopefully you pivoted to have a backup)


Start: Nicholas Morrow (3 solos, 2 assists)

Sit: Cody Barton (5 solos)


Start: Deshon Elliott (5 solos, 4 assist, TFL. Snaps trending down, pay attention)

Sit: Justin Simmons (3 solos)


START: Kayvon Thibodeaux, New York Giants, DL31

Since returning from injury, Thibodeaux has seen consistent usage in this Giants defense. Since Week 3, he’s averaged 77% of snaps, including 84.3% in the last 3 games. He’s also seeing unique utilization and pre-snap alignment in Wink Martindale’s defense, which is thriving with blue-chip talents like Thibodeaux. The pressures have been there too, with 13 over the past 4 games. However, those pressures have only resulted in 1 sack. While the conversion rate of 7.6% is disappointing, keep in mind Thibodeaux just finished his 5th NFL game. What should be encouraging at this point is the number of pressures because that tells us: the sacks are coming. And there’s room to improve that pressure rate, which has been 10.7% over the last 4 games. Week 7 looks like a favorable matchup against Seattle, which allows a slightly below-average pressure rate, but the conversion-to-sack rate is one of the highest so far this year. And with the amount of pressure that the Giants have been bringing this year, it looks like a great time to fire up Thibodeaux!

START: Rasheem Green, Houston Texans, DL51

Green doesn’t have perfect usage, but it is still ideal as a baseline. His snap percentage over the last 5 games has been 57%, good for 38 snaps a game. The Texans have put Greenard on IR this past week creating a bigger need from the DL rotation. He has shown increased success in the run game in the past weeks (73.2 week 4, 89.2 week 5) along with a good 11.2% pass-rush pressure rate. The upcoming matchup with the Titans offer two paths to success with Tennessee’s current QB situation. Tannehill plays and the Titans 31st ranked offensive line in terms of pressure rate allowed. Green should find a way to get after an injured Tannehill with the favorable matchup and previous success. Now if Malik Willis is taking snaps, you might think he is too mobile for Green to be effective. But, the real catch is, younger, mobile QBs they tend to hold on to the ball much longer in an attempt to make plays or due to inexperience reading a defense. This leads to increased sack opportunities in its own right. Green is an upside play, but this is a great week to go for it!

SIT: Chandler Jones, Las Vegas Raiders, DL38

Chandler Jones is a well-known IDP name for those who have played, however, his time might be past now. Chandler converted his first sack (only a 1/2 as well) this week. He has had below average pass-rush pressure rate at 7.6%. This week he gets a below average matchup against New Orleans. They are allowing only a 23% pressure rate (tied 9th best) and 14% sack conversion (tied 14th best). On top of the poor IDP performances, his PFF grades are some of the lowest of his long career. The final kicker to this? He is doing this while Maxx Crosby is dominating and drawing almost all of the attention along that defensive front too. It might be a time to move on from all of our shares of Chandler Jones if you are still holding.

START: Quay Walker, Green Bay Packers, LB30

Quay has come on strong for a rookie playing an average of 45 snaps per game and 76% of the total snaps with De’Vondre Campbell entrenched as the LB1. He has found a way to be efficient with his time with a very good 16% tackle efficiency, which at this point should be indicative of what we should expect to see most games this year. Even with a less than ideal snap count below 80% or being closer to 90%, the Buffalo Bills are the matchup this week and are top 10 in plays run this year as well as top 10 in passing plays ran. Quay has shown a greater strength in coverage while needing some work in run defense. The Bills are an ideal matchup for Quay to produce numbers this week. And we will see the Packers defense in this matchup once more in this article. #foreshadowing

START: Jeremiah Owusu-Koramoah, Cleveland Browns, LB27

The Cleveland Browns have had a very ambiguous linebacker room for most of this year. Things only got more unclear with the signing of Deion Jones. However, Jacob Phillips injury (pectoral, season-ending) should set us up for the rest of the year. Jones seems to be the one (and has the experience of it) to wear the green dot for play calling and see close to 100% of snaps, if not this next, then the following. Who steps up into that LB2 role should JOK. He saw his highest snap count this past week, one of his best graded games per PFF this year, and made a beautiful punch out for the game to keep Cleveland fighting in the game. The biggest challenge to snaps would be the next LB in Sione Takitaki and his usage would align more with Jones leaving JOK’s snaps safe for him. JOK may not be a 100% snap player this season, but he will see enough snaps to be relevant. Finally, his matchup this week against Cincinnati and their significant uptick in passing rate in all game scripts, bode well for JOK to be involved quite a bit on Monday night.

SIT: Tae Crowder, New York Giants, LB68

Tae Crowder was the guy to start the year with 3 out of the first 4 weeks having 100% of the snaps. The last two weeks we saw it drop under 70% and with Landon Collins getting acclimated more, Crowder’s snaps are even more in danger. This alongside his bottom of the barrel performances per PFF grading (29.4 overall) Crowder’s job does not look very secure. He additionally has missed 11 tackles already this season too. He is someone that you should be looking to move on from for the season and if anyone sees value, try and move on.

START: Adrian Amos, Green Bay Packers, DB50

Adrian Amos has had great usage this year, outside of week 4’s injury against the Patriots, with 100% outside of that. And his sweet spot alignment (box, slot, DL) has been up over the last 3 weeks at 59%!! This is reflected in his production uptick too, 20 combined tackles, TFL, QB hit in the last 3 games. These games have also seen more defensive snaps versus some earlier games, but that should still be the case this week as the Packers take on the Buffalo Bills Sunday night. This should be a 65+ snap game and that combined with the ideal and increased sweet spot usage, Amos is a strong play this week.

START: Eric Rowe, Miami Dolphins, DB45

This is one of the worst reasons for someone to move up the board, but with Brandon Jones season-ending ACL injury, Eric Rowe is next in line to play more snaps. Eric was already cutting into Jones’ usage in smaller bits when they were both healthy and active this season. Miami’s defense loves to utilize their safeties up in the box and blitz them with good frequency too. This is a nice pick up and play option for streaming or taking the big upside swing for a sack or turnover (assuming your league has big play scoring).

SIT: Kyle Dugger, New England Patriots, DB27

Kyle Dugger was an IDP fantasy darling his first two years in the league and has made some big plays already this year (59 yard fumble return for TD in week 5, INT and 2 PDs in week 6). However, this season has been plagued with some injury and with the Belichick-ien way rotating defensives players, Adrian Phillips, Devin McCourty, Jabrill Peppers, and Kyle Dugger the key players in this conversation, missing time is not a great way to try and lock in your spot. Limited usage combined with the matchup of the Jets this week, who are only running 54 plays per game offensively means a very small pool of opportunities. Now Dugger can make big plays for sure, but the injury limitations, the reduced snap count, and overall limited chances against the Jets, let’s give Dugger a week to rest on your fantasy bench.

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Week 8 Street FA Report

Updated: October 25th 2022

Each week we will recommend a group of players that are owned in less than 75% of RSO leagues that should be rostered. Depending on roster and league sizes not all of these players may be available. For that, we will offer one (1) player that is owned in <25% of leagues as our Sleeper add.

Add of the Week

Marquise Goodwin, WR, SEA (Owned 2%)

Week 7: 4 Rec/67 yards, 2 TD

Marquise Goodwin could honestly be a sleeper add as well as the AotW this week based on his ownership and overall expectation coming from the community thus far. With D.K. Metcalf out for most of last week’s game, Goodwin saw over 50 percent of the snaps and hauled in two (2) touchdowns. While my heart hopes that this presents an opportunity for my Dee Eskridge shares to finally have some use, I suspect Goodwin will continue to control much of the WR2 targets behind Tyler Lockett. The Seahawks have been in several shootouts already so there will continue to be opportunities for Goodwin to repeat performance like last week.

Suggested Bid: $1,000,000

RB Adds

JaMycal Hasty, RB, JAX (Owned 9%)

Week 7: 1 Car/6 yards

It was a bit surprising to see the Jets make a trade so quickly to cover the loss of Breece Hall when Michael Carter was available to take on the role. Regardless, with James Robinson now moving to New York, Travis Etienne is free to command the entire Jacksonville backfield. While he has slowly been building towards taking full control of the Jaguars’ backfield, there should be nothing preventing managers from also adding JaMycal Hasty just in case of injury. Hasty broke a long touchdown two weeks ago and is the de facto RB2 now behind Etienne. 

Suggested Bid: $500,000

WR Add

Amari Rodgers, WR, GB (Owned 43.5%)

Week 7: 2 Rec/14 yards

For a player who shares the same last name as his quarterback, Amari Rodgers seems to have done something to make Aaron ignore that he even exists on the roster. Aaron Rodgers may not have a choice this week though as Randall Cobb, Christian Watson and now possibly Allen Lazard may be out for week 8. That leaves Romeo Doubs and the ghost of Sammy Watkins as the only other two (2) receivers ahead of Amari Rodgers. In a game that expects Aaron Rodgers to throw a lot to keep up with Josh Allen this is probably Amari’s last chance to earn any significant role as the slot receiver this season.

Suggested Bid: $500,000

TE Add

Harrison Bryant, TE, CLE (Owned 24%)

Week 7: 2 Rec/15 yards

After having his breakout season (finally) David Njoku is now expected to miss about a month with his injury. The expectation is that Harrison Bryant will slide right into Njoku’s role and command most of the Browns’ significant tight end snaps in his absence. For now I would expect Bryant to show a similar TE2 floor as recent waiver tight ends such as Cade Otton and Greg Dulcich with Njoku out of the lineup.

Suggested Bid: $1,000,000

Sleeper Add (<25%)

Equanimeous St. Brown (Owned 9%)

Week 7: 4 Rec/48 yards

While the Bears’ season started out in 1985, averaging only 15 pass attempts over the first three (3) games they have since come back to 2022 in terms of expected pass attempts. It has also helped that Justin Fields has seemingly put it together over the last few weeks to the point that receiving options in this offense are actually back on the fantasy radar. Equanimeous St. Brown had four (4) receptions on Monday Night and looked the part of the WR2 in the offense for the first time. He is not reliable enough to start yet but at least having at the end of a deep roster is a safe stash in case Justin Fields continues to grow as a passer this season.

Suggested Bid: $500,000

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IDP Start/Sit: Week 7

Updated: October 19th 2022

Week 7 is upon us and a lot of our season are shaping up to feeling great, trying to find a few more wins, or… hopefully for none of you, starting to think about next year. Regardless of how your doing, I hope you keep coming back and paying attention to the players and the process, this is kind of effort helps you better prepare for the next season at a minimum. Week 6 was rough for me, hopefully it was kinder to you and I right this ship for week 7. So let’s get to it!

Start: Odafe Oweh (2 solos)

Sit: Von Miller (2 sacks! 4 solos, TFLS, 2 QB hits) – He played his highest snap total this year! Maybe he is going to be a high end play going forward? Or Buffalo is saving him for bigger passing matchups?


Start: Alex Singleton (19 solos, 2 assists, 2 TFLs, 1 QB hit, PD)

Sit: Zaven Collins (2 sacks! 5 solos, 4 assists, 2 TFLs, 2 QB Hits, 1 PD)


Start: Chuck Clark (6 solos, FR)

Sit: Jalen Ramsey (3 solos, 2 TFLs, 1 sack, 1 QB hit) – His day maybe “saved” with the sack, but the process seemed sound for this one


START: Dorance Armstrong, Dallas Cowboys, DL40

  • Snaps are solid, but not perfect. 214 total snaps. 600+ snap pace
  • Very effective with limited snaps, 12.8% pressure rate.
  • 68 pff pass rush grade on the season. Converting 17 pressures into 5 sacks
  • Limited tackle floor so playing for upside (does have a blocked punt too)
  • Very positive matchups not just this week against Detroit, but next week in Chicago as well

SIT: Emmanuel Ogbah, Miami Dolphins, DL23

  • Solid snaps, 259 total. 700+ snap pace.
  • Limited production creating pressure, 6.9% pressure rate this year
  • Converted only one pressure into a sack, limited tackle floor or big play upside
  • Pittsburgh matchup is slightly negative matchup for Miami overall

START: Nicholas Morrow, Chicago Bears, LB34

  • Perfect utilization, 100% snaps on the season, 397 total, 1,100+ pace
  • Targeted 3+ times each game, nice starter for tackles
  • Patriots 6th most rushing attempts this year, great tackles opportunities
  • Bears allowing 63 plays per game, a step up for Patriots average of 59 for increased opportunities

SIT: Cody Barton, Seattle Seahawks, LB23

  • Snap count has continually dropped over the last three weeks, (62%, 77%, 39%!!)
  • His defensive PFF grades have gone up in the reduced role, looks more effective for an NFL defense on reduced utilization
  • Already has limited upside with only 15 pass rush snaps
  • LAC should be a high snap count game for Seattle, but the limited utilization is not safe at all without an injury

START: DeShon Elliott, Detroit Lions, DB28

  • Detroit’s defense is playing the 6th most snaps this year on a per game basis
  • Playing near the perfect snap count, 100% most games this year
  • With injuries in the Detroit secondary, the last 2 weeks have seen Elliott’s snap alignment shift to a near 50% split into the box
  • 10 solo tackles in each of those last 2 weeks
  • Dallas with Dak back should present plenty of defensive opportunities this week

SIT: Justin Simmons, Denver Broncos, DB25

  • Coming off injury had a nice tackle game (6 total) w/ a PD
  • Produced solid tackles but with a 93 snap game, 6.4% tackle efficiency. Low for a DB
  • 18 and 21 passing attempts for the Jets the last two games. Efficient running the ball. Matchup figures to be neutral most of the game
  • Looked solid off his injury, but 100% snap rate is ideal but still a heavy alignment (60% deep safety)
More Analysis by Jake

Week 7 Street FA Report

Updated: October 18th 2022

Each week we will recommend a group of players that are owned in less than 75% of RSO leagues that should be rostered. Depending on roster and league sizes not all of these players may be available. For that, we will offer one (1) player that is owned in <25% of leagues as our Sleeper add.


Add of the Week

Kenyan Drake, RB, BAL (Owned 52%)

Week 6: 10 Car/119 yards, 1 TD, 1 Rec/8 yards

There will be much discussion this week about whether the AotW should be Deon Jackson or Kenyan Drake. The decision for me comes down to who is likely to continue to see meaningful snaps if their team’s starter is out. While Jackson may have chipped away at Nyheim Hines’ touch share there is little doubt that Jonathan Taylor, when healthy, will receive 80+ percent of the snaps and thus Jackson could be fools gold. As for Drake, JK Dobbins was coming into this season off of a serious knee injury and he left last week’s game with another knee-related illness. We have no clear indication on what timeframe the injury really has for Dobbins so Drake is more likely to receive starter level snap totals in Dobbins’ absence.

Suggested Bid: $3,500,000


RB Adds

D’Onta Foreman, RB, CAR (Owned 53%)

Week 6: 5 Car/19 yards

The other two (2) running back suggestions for week 7 are more of stashes based on your belief that a trade will happen involving those around these players thus allowing them the opportunity to increase their opportunity shares during the back half of the season. Christian McCaffrey has been rumored to be traded since February but there was not much meat on that bone until the Panthers fired Matt Rhule following week 5. If the Panthers do find a trade partner between now and Novemeber’s deadline we have seen over the last two (2) seasons that there likely will be a split between D’Onta Foreman and Chubba Hubbard. Foreman is the more likely candidate to be available in your free agent pool so he is the easier player to acquire.

Suggested Bid: $500,000

Mike Boone, RB, DEN (Owned 61%)

Week 6: 1 Car/1 yard, 1 Rec/3 yards

Just like Robbie Andrerson on Sunday, Melvin Gordon appeared visibly annoyed with his usage on Monday Night with new addition Latavius Murray receiving most of the snaps. Caught in the middle between the two is Mike Boone who, if Gordon was also traded or released, would see his third of a backfield increased to just a split with Murray. There is a chance that the Broncos would bring in another running back if they were to move Gordon, thus diminishing Boone’s actual ceiling. Between Foreman and Boone I would prioritize the former on your bidding.

Suggested Bid: $500,000

WR Add

Van Jefferson, WR, LAR (Owned 64%)

Week 6: N/A

If your league does not prioritize bench spots for players who are injured there may still be a chance that Van Jefferson is available in free agency. To your benefit the Rams are on a bye this upcoming week too which means that adding him will also be a low priority for many others allowing for a lower price tag. Jefferson is expected to return after the bye and the Rams appear to desperately need his help. Allen Robinson has not been the answer opposite Cooper Kupp and while I did recommend Ben Skowronek last week as a sleeper, Sean McVay has primarily used him as gadget player. Add Jefferson this week on the cheap before he potentially becomes more pricey after week 8.

Suggested Bid: $500,000

TE Add

Greg Dulcich, TE, DEN (Owned 49%)

Week 6: 2 Rec/44 yards, 1 TD

After it was announced that Greg Dulcich was coming off IR I thought it would be a savvy suggestion to those who stream tight end to add him after week 7 in the hopes that he looked good enough to have a future role. I did not expect him to have such a strong performance to a large Monday Night audience that instead of a sleeper, Dulcich likely will now cost you an above average bid to even have a chance to sign him. We do have to pump the brakes a little as he had only two (2) catches despite it feeling like he was more involved in the Broncos offense.

Suggested Bid: $4,000,000

Sleeper Add (<25%)

Braxton Berrios, WR, NYJ (17%)

Week 6: 1Car/20 yards, 1 TD, 1 Rec/6 yards

Has some of Braxton Berrios’ recent scoring totals been inflated by touchdowns, sure, but his consistency to find the end zone has been interesting to monitor since Zach Wilson’s return. He has scored a touchdown in the last three (3) games during which the Jets have been able to rattle off three (3) strong wins. His involvement in the offense can sometimes be sporadic as he operates at best as the third/fourth option, however, as we approach the heavy bye weeks it could be desperate times for some owners to dig deep for receiver help.

Suggested Bid: $500,000

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IDP Start/Sit: Week 6

Updated: October 13th 2022

Let’s jump into 6, but as always a quick refresher too, here were week two’s recommendations and how the “advice” went. Rankings are based on Fantasy Pros consensus rankings.

Start: Josh Sweat (2 solos, TFL)

Sit: Robert Quinn (Big ol’ goose egg, zero)


Start: Drue Tranquill (3 solos, 3 assists)

Sit: Tremaine Edmunds (5 solos, 4 assist, 2 TFLs, QB hit)


Start: Richie Grant (6 solos, 1 assist)

Sit: Brandon Jones (5 solos, 4 assists, TFL, QB Hit)


START: Odafe Oweh, Baltimore Ravens, DL37

  • Baseline snaps played each week (57+ snaps each week), great opportunity
  • Strong pressure production (5,3,3,6,0) with one bad week in week 6, pressures generally indicate upcoming sacks
  • 17 total tackles on the season, solid floor
  • New York Giants are a favorable pass rush matchup

SIT: Von Miller, Buffalo Bills, DL29

  • “Efficient” snap counts, really means lower snap count, historical Bills approach with their DL
  • Bottom half matchup in terms of pass rush against Kansas City Chiefs
  • PFF grades trending slightly down over the last two weeks in plus matchups (Ravens, Steelers)
  • Chasing big-play upside, boom-bust approach very reasonable with Von

START: Alex Singleton / Josey Jewell, Denver Broncos, LB36/37

  • Whomever is the healthy one coming into week, going to see close to 100% snaps
  • Tackle friendly team, tackle efficiency very strong for Broncos 3-down LB (20%+ tackle efficiency last week, 18%+ on the season)
  • Chargers have seen increased usage to the RB consistently week-to-week, which Jewell/Singleton continue to shadow frequently

SIT: Zaven Collins, Arizona Cardinals, LB30

  • Is a true 3-down LB, but has 8 missed tackles on the season and his tackling grades on PFF have been suspect most of the year
  • Yet to deliver a 10+ total combined tackle game, no QB hits, no sacks
  • Seattle Seahawks continue to attack downfield in their passing game
  • Seahawks don’t utilize RBs in passing game

START: Chuck Clark, Baltimore Ravens, DB25

  • Played EVERY snap this season so far
  • No big plays, but 5 tackles is his lowest this season (8,5,8,6,7), great floor with limited big play upside
  • Kyle Hamilton had a chance to play more with injury to Williams last week and saw his season low snaps, Clark’s time on the field is safe this year
  • New York Giants will focus on getting Barkley the ball at or near the line of scrimmage (59% sweet spot snaps for Clark)

SIT: Jalen Ramsey, Los Angeles Rams, DB22

  • His usage in the sweet spot, spotty and based on matchups with Panthers this week expect more time on DJ Moore on the outside
  • Tackle floor has been sinking over the past couple weeks in matchups where he plays outside more
  • Targeted twice over the last two weeks and QB for Panthers this week expects to be PJ Walker, don’t see him challenging Ramsey
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Week 6 Street FA Report

Updated: October 11th 2022

Each week we will recommend a group of players that are owned in less than 75% of RSO leagues that should be rostered. Depending on roster and league sizes not all of these players may be available. For that, we will offer one (1) player that is owned in <25% of leagues as our Sleeper add.


Add of the Week

Khalil Shakir, WR, BUF (Owned 54%)

Week 5: 3 Rec/75 yards, 1 TD

Khalil Skakir took full advantage of both Jamison Crowder and Isaiah McKenzie being inactive last week by scoring his first career touchdown while playing on 70 percent of the Bills’ offensive snaps. A late round selection in many rookie drafts this season, many managers were hoping that Shakir could develop into a solid slot option in a high-powered offense. Once McKenzie and Crowder are healthy there will be discussion on whether Shakir returns to the bench or if the rookie has done enough to warrant more playing time for this coaching staff. If you do not have a re-sign candidate this season consider adding Shakir and re-signing him for a likely near minimum extension.

Suggested Bid: $500,000


RB Add

Tevin Coleman, RB, SF (Owned 6%)

Week 5: 8 Car/23 yards, 1 TD, 3 Rec/44 yards, 1 TD

Off the streets and into the endzone, Tevin Coleman rejoined the San Francisco 49ers and had an immediate impact. He only played on 19 snaps but recorded 11 touches and scored twice. Jeff Wilson and Deebo Samuel still held the majority of backfield snaps but the 49ers are always trying to platoon running backs to help keep them healthy and available. It may only be for a few weeks while Elijah Mitchell continues to be out but in the case of the upcoming bye weeks Tevin Coleman could be a spot start RB3/4 over the next month.

Suggested Bid: $1,000,000


WR Add

Randall Cobb, WR, GB (Owned 17.5%)

Week 5: 7 Rec/99 yards

The rookies Christian Watson and Romeo Doubs have not seized the trust of Aaron Rodgers like many thought might happen. While Doubs has had his games it has primarily been Allen Lazard and Randall Cobb who Rodgers is targeting in big moments. The Packers are also not overwhelming teams with their offense right now which has led to them continuing to pass more. It will likely continue for much of this season that Cobb operates as the primary slot option and has big target games like he did last week.

Suggested Bid: $1,000,000


TE Add

Cade Otton, TE, TB (Owned 25%)

Week 5: 6 Rec/43 yards

Anyone who had to spot start Cade Otton last week was blissfully surprised when he finished third in targets for the Bucs in week 5 with seven (7) and played on 94 percent (!) of the offensive snaps which was most among all skill position players. His increased usage was due to Cameron Brate being inactive with a concussion but Otton was seeing about 50 percent of the snaps before Brate’s injury. We know two (2) things about Tom Brady: if he trusts you he is throwing to you and he likes using his tight ends. If week 5 was enough for Tom Brady to say Otton is the option he wants on the field going forward you can bet that he will continue to see strong usage.

Suggested Bid: $500,000


Sleeper Add (<25%)

Ben Skowronek, WR< LAR (Owned14%)

Week 5: 6 Rec/41 yards

Ben Skowronek has quietly been playing a west-coast version of Taysom Hill by lining up all over the field to help the Rams wherever needed. He has yet to register a carry, likely because Sean McVay is trying to be more conventional with Cam Akers and Darrell Henderson, but Skowronek has proven that he will be the third option behind Cooper Kupp and Tyler Higbee in the passing game. Allen Robinson is not what people thought he was going to be and Odell Beckham may not come into the window until after the fantasy regular season is over. Skowronek will not likely have a boom WR1 week but during the byes he likely has a higher floor each week than other receivers around his ownership levels.

Suggested Bid: $500,000

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