Fantasy Football Week 7: Waiver Wire

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Wide Receiver

Stefon Diggs, MIN (9%) – The rookie has averaged 9.5 targets, 6.5 catches, and 108 yards over his last two games. The return of Charles Johnson from injury could hurt Diggs’ targets, but he’s shown a ton of upside so far and should be owned in all leagues.

Marvin Jones, CIN (36%) – It’s time to stop doubting Andy Dalton, which is still difficult for me, but the stats back it up and Jones has been useful in four of the last five weeks with touchdowns in three of them.

Michael Crabtree, OAK (46%) – His production has been inconsistent, but Crabtree is still averaging just under ten targets per game (9.6). He’s not an every week starter for me but is a solid bye week replacement.

Kamar Aiken, BAL (32%) – He’s not an exciting option, but has averaged 8 targets per game over the last three with touchdowns in two of them. Steve Smith has played in two of those games which hasn’t kept Aiken from producing. The Ravens secondary is so bad, that they have been forced to throw to keep up which should keep Aiken’s targets fairly consistent.

Dorial Green-Beckham, TEN (15%) – More of a stash play, but DGB got his first significant targets last week (6) and has as much upside as any rookie receiver in the league.  If you have room on your bench, put a claim in on DGB.