Week 11 Street FA Report

Updated: November 15th 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

Parris Campbell, WR, IND (Owned 64%)

Week 10: 7 Rec/76 yards, 1 TD

In a surprising, but not really, move the Colts switched back to Matt Ryan as their QB1 and it seemed to provide a spark to the offense. No player seemed to benefit from Ryan’s return more than Parris Campbell who had slumped the previous two (2) weeks with Sam Ehlinger. In the last three (3) games that Ryan has been the Colts quarterback Campbell has had 7+ catches on 9+ targets and a touchdown each game. Campbell is a risk/reward flex option for the remainder of the season while Matt Ryan continues to be the starting quarterback. 

Suggested Bid: $7,500,000

RB Adds

Keaontay Ingram, RB, ARZ (Owned 44%)

Week 10: 1 Car/5 yards

We will have to see what the real reasoning behind Eno Benjamin’s mid-season release was but in his absence and while Darrel Williams continues on injured reserve, Keaontay Ingram now inserts as the immediate handcuff to James Connor in Arizona. The sixth-round rookie has not been overly impressive in his limited action this year but volume is king in fantasy and James Connor has already missed games this season due to injury. If the Cardinals fall out of playoff contention for 2022 there is a chance that the staff gives more opportunities to Ingram down the stretch to see whether they need to address the position next offseason.

Suggested Bid: $1,000,000

WR Add

Randall Cobb, WR, GB (Owned 17%)

Week 10: N/A

It appears that the Packers coaching staff finally agreed with Aaron Rodgers’ stance on Amari Rodgers and he was released today. Along with that news, Randall Cobb was also designated for return from the injury reserve further explaining the release. The Packers play on a short week this week and so Cobb may not be ready in just two (2) days but moving forward it appears that the trio of Allen Lazard, Christian Watson, and Randall Cobb will be the primary options for Aaron Rodgers. Cobb was having success before his multi-week injury and there should be no missed step between him and Rodgers once he is back on the field.

Suggested Bid: $1,000,000

TE Add

Foster Moreau, TE, LV (Owned 34%)

Week 10: 3 Rec/43 yards, 1 TD

The real tight end add for this week, if available, should be Trey McBride, the second round selection for Arizona. He is only available in a fifth of leagues but with Zach Ertz’s season over McBride has the possibility of a late breakout if he is ready to step up. Anyways, another season ending injury at the position to Darren Waller leaves Foster Moreau as the only true pass catching tight end left in Las Vegas. Moreau had been a frequent last-minute starter for those who were relying on Waller’s availability but now with his availability more definite, fantasy managers can go ahead and roster Foster (Moreau). The Raiders have been terrible but behind Davante Adams and Josh Jacobs there has not been much for Derek Carr to rely on so the opportunities in garbage time and positive game script should provide plenty of opportunities for Derek Carr to pass the ball around.

Suggested Bid: $500,000

Sleeper Add (<25%)

Ben Skowronek, WR, LAR (Owned 22%)

Week 10: 2 Rec/14 yards

The possibility of Cooper Kupp missing most if not all of the remaining season likely leaves some fantasy managers really considering their chances of a championship without Kupp’s weekly production. The L.A. Rams meanwhile, will need to find a way for their offense to continue without Kupp and the likely candidate is that Ben Skowronek will fill at least the screen/slot role that Kupp leaves behind. There is no universe where Skowronek provides a one-for-one production replacement for Cooper Kupp but he was on the field for 98 (!) percent of the snaps last week. All four (4) receivers: Higbee, Robinson, Jefferson, and Skowronek are going to receive more opportunities over the remaining weeks.

Suggested Bid: $500,000

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Week 10 Street FA Report

Updated: November 8th 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

Kalif Raymond, WR, DET (Owned 32%)

Week 9: 3 Rec/17 yards

The Lions have been in a number of shootouts this season which means plenty of scoring opportunities. We have yet to receive a definitive timeline on if/when rookie Jameson Williams will be available to play and D.J. Chark has been out since week 4. Meanwhile, Kalif Raymond has played on 85 percent of the Lions’ snaps since week 5 and was having solid, double digit PPR production till last week’s snooze-fest against Green Bay. Expect that the Lions will return to their high scoring ways moving forward and Raymond should continue to produce as an under the radar WR4 while acting as the WR2 for Detroit.

Suggested Bid: $1,000,000

RB Adds

Jerick McKinnon, RB, KC (Owned 47%)

Week 9: 3 Car/4 yards, 6 Rec/40 yards

Sixty-eight (68) pass attempts is a lot, even for Patrick Mahomes and Andy Reid, which is likely why Jerrick McKinnon saw 62 percent of the snaps in week 9. Still, with two (2) consecutive weeks now of Isaiah Pacheo eating away at Clyde Edwards-Helaire’s carries the more consistent option, especially in PPR leagues, might just be McKinnon week-to-week now. He has worked primarily as the passing down option and for a team that likes to throw the ball as much in the red-zone as any other, if you are starving for running back support in the final month of the fantasy season see if McKinnon is still out there.

Suggested Bid: $1,000,000

WR Add

DeAndre Carter, WR, LAC (Owned 38%)

Week 9: 5 Rec/53 yards

DeAndre Carter’s value is directly linked to the availability of both Keenan Allen and Mike Williams to the Chargers. In both of their absence last week Carter put up a season best five (5) receptions and played on over 80 percent of the Chargers’ offensive snaps. If both continue to be out, which could be very likely, Carter offers deep WR4/5 appeal in the meantime.

Suggested Bid: $500,000

TE Add

Cade Otton, TE, TB (Owned 44%)

Week 9: 5 Rec/68 yards, 1 TD

Similar to Isaiah Likely last week there were many managers who may have moved on from Cade Otton when he was not providing much consistency. Frankly, it was looking like another bust performance last week before exploding on the final drive for three (3) receptions and his first career touchdown. Trust has a funny way of building momentum though and we know that Tom Brady looks to those he trusts the most in big moments. While the rest of the receivers were dropping open passes last week, Brady looked for Otton on consistently on the final drive. Could this be building to a fantasy postseason breakout? How much Cameron Brate really factors into the offense if/when he is healthy would be the big concern for Otton the rest of the season.

Suggested Bid: $1,000,000

Sleeper Add (<25%)

Phillip Dorsett, WR, HOU (Owned 9%)

Week 9: 3 Rec/69 yards

There is obvious turmoil between the Texans organization and Brandin Cooks which led to him being absent from last week’s game. We have no indication if he will sit out the remainder of the season or not but with Nico Collins also nursing an injury this presents an opportunity for other receivers to see more targets. Phillip Dorsett and Chris Moore benefited from these opportunities last week and Dorsett especially could benefit from the “garbage time” points phenomenon as the Texans run through a gauntlet of opponents to end the season.

Suggested Bid: $500,000

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Week 9 Street FA Report

Updated: November 1st 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

Demarcus Robinson, WR, BAL (Owned 5%)

Week 8: 6 Rec/64 yards

Big injuries in Baltimore last week leave a lot of question marks about who Lamar Jackson will be relying on heading into at least week 9. Both Mark Andrews and Rashod Bateman missed most of last week’s game with separate injuries with Bateman already ruled out for several weeks moving forward and Andrews’ status up in the air. Meanwhile Demarcus Robinson saw six (6) receptions on eight (8) targets which suggests he will be first in increased opportunities in Bateman’s absence. Week 9 is another big week for byes and Robinson is available in almost all leagues right now. He is a flex WR4 with scoring upside.

Suggested Bid: $2,000,000

RB Adds

Deon Jackson, RB, IND (Owned 47%)

Week 8: 1 Car/-4 yards

The last second trade of Nyheim Hines was partially due to the Colts spiraling out of contention this season but also in part because of the emergence of Deon Jackson in week 6 as a viable, pass catching replacement behind Jonathan Taylor. Once Taylor returned many leagues were likely dropping Jackson but he now has at minimum handcuff necessity for Taylor owners while also presenting the opportunity to have some stand alone value as the pass catching alternative to Taylor. Keep expectations in reality as the deal for Hines does have Zach Moss returning to Indianapolis, but Jackson’s ownership should rise with the latest news.

Suggested Bid: $500,000

Dwayne Washington, RB, NOS (Owned 2%)

Week 8: 4 Car/13 yards

Alvin Kamara finally had the day that many fantasy managers expected him to have this season. It was likely because Mark Ingram left week 8 with an injury that is expected to sideline him for up to a month. While we hope the Saints continue to roll with the appropriate “bell-cow” role for Kamara, there is a chance that Dwayne Washington steals some carries, especially goal-line carries, along the way. Washington played 20 percent of the snaps last week and his usage should be monitored in week 9 for how his role to likely replace Ingram will be defined.

Suggested Bid: $500,000

WR Add

Darius Slayton, WR, NYG (Owned 40%)

Week 8: 5 Rec/66 yards

The Giants have a bye this week and so Darius Slayton will not be able to help your lineups immediately. However, after the coaching staff deemed Kadarius Toney as expendable and Kenny Golladay likely would have been moved/released if he wasn’t injured and expensive, they have moved forward with what they have remaining at their wide receiver position. Wan’dale Robinson was the already known commodity that most leagues would have drafted back in May. Slayton however has come back on the scene after a two (2) year hiatus of irrelevance to score double digit PPR fantasy points in three (3) of the last four (4) weeks making him an interesting addition for the second half of the season.

Suggested Bid: $500,000

TE Add

Isaiah Likely, TE, BAL (Owned 49%)

Week 8: 6 Rec/77 yards, 1 TD

As I said in the beginning, the Ravens are struggling right now with health on their offense and pre-season darling Isaiah Likely finally was able to have his first big game replacing Mark Andrews. We will have to monitor Andrews’ situation each week until he is healthy and any game that Andrews will be out Likely is a plug-and-play tight end in his absence. More receiver than tight end, Likely would be expected to receiver a strong amount of targets in Andrews’ absence.

Suggested Bid: $2,000,000

Sleeper Add (<25%)

DeSean Jackson, WR, BAL (Owned 8%)

Week 8: N/A

The Ravens have been missing the speed of Marquise Brown to stretch the safeties away from the line of scrimmage. They brought in DeSean Jackson two (2) weeks ago and if they were not playing on a short week last week there was likely a chance he would have been up to play at least a couple of key plays to stretch the field. Does Jackson have the upside that he had five (5) years ago, no, but for a free receiver with an opportunity share wide open over the next couple of weeks, he at least has the chance for some relevance during November.

Suggested Bid: $500,000

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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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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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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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