Pass Catcher Adds
WR Calvin Ridley, ATL (41.1%)
Ridley put up a hat trick against the Saints, totaling 146 yards and three touchdowns. In just a single game, he equaled Julio Jones’ touchdown production from last year. The rookie looks good, he has his quarterback’s trust, gets to face the weaker corner, and plays in a favorable division.
WR Tyler Boyd, CIN (24%)
Like I said last week, Boyd is the clear second option here. When the first is A.J. Green, that’s pretty good! He has totaled 20+ PPR fantasy points in back-to-back weeks, and I don’t think it’s a total fluke. This week, he gets a favorable Atlanta matchup.
WR Mike Williams, LAC (33.1%)
He’s going to be inconsistent, but he’s also a freak. The matchup against the Rams showed how effective he can be, totaling 81 yards and two touchdowns. The next four weeks he gets the 49ers, Raiders, Browns and Titans.
WR John Brown, BAL (47.9%)
Brown is still owned in less than half of leagues, for some reason. Let’s change that. In a game where the Ravens will likely need to put up some points, Brown heads to Pittsburgh this week.
TE Eric Ebron, IND (55.2%)
Ebron has value every week, but if Doyle misses again, Ebron’s value goes way up.
TE Vance McDonald, PIT (13%)
Welcome to the 2018 season, Vance McDonald. The Steelers want him to be their top tight end, but he hadn’t seemed fully healthy, until last night. He’s an athletic receiving option that can be moved around. McDonald showed his athletic ability on this beautiful, beastly play.