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Keke Coutee

WR Keke Coutee, HOU (0.4%)

Coutee made his rookie debut and did not disappoint! He caught 11 of his team-high 15 targets for 109 yards. He was the go-to guy for Watson on many big third downs. Coutee is an obvious pickup no matter what, but especially so if Will Fuller misses time.

WR Taylor Gabriel, CHI (6.6%)

Gabriel isn’t someone you need to rush for, since he does have a bye this upcoming week. However, he is averaging 8 targets the past three games. While yes, this past week was probably the ceiling for this offense, it still has the potential to be very good from week to week. If you play in a deep league and are looking for WR depth, check to see if Gabriel is there.

WR Geronimo Allison, GB (43.1%)

Geronimo was a hot pickup last week, but he’s still out there in more than half of leagues. If Randall Cobb misses this week again, you can have confidence in starting Allison. Otherwise, it’ll be tough to predict when he goes off.

WRs from Indianapolis

Ryan Grant (10.9%)
Chester Rodgers (0.3%)

Like I said previously with Nyheim Hines, T.Y. Hilton will likely miss this week against the Patriots. Last week, Rogers caught 8-of-11 targets for 85 yards, and Grant caught 5-of-7 targets for 64 yards. I’m sure the Patriots will come out to put up big numbers, especially with Edelman back, so Andrew Luck will need to pass often. Both of these guys have value this week.

TE Tyler Kroft, CIN (0.4%)

Tyler Eifert is likely out for the season (again) and in comes Tyler Kroft (again). Kroft finished as TE11 in standard scoring leagues last year, so expect him to come in and instantly have value again.

TE Cameron Brate, TB (10.6%)

O.J. Howard is reportedly out 2-4 weeks with a MCL sprain. Obviously, this means there’s more opportunity for Brate after their bye. The Bucs have also named Winston as their starter, and Winston likes to target Brate more than Fitzpatrick does, so go ahead and pick up Brate if you’re a tight end-needy team, like many of us are.

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