Michael Thomas has been quite consistent in fantasy, with 77-plus yards and/or a touchdown in five of his last six games. He’s yet to cross 90 yards, though perhaps that can change this week against a Bucs secondary allowing 191.4 yards per game to wideouts (third-most)
Dez Bryant should return to his target-hog ways after a disappointing six looks came his way last week. He also plays most of his snaps at left wide receiver, which will allow him to avoid Marcus Peters.
Doug Baldwin didnt get in on the offensive output last week but hes still one of Wilson’s favorite targets. Washington has allowed almost 400 receiving yards and four touchdowns to slot receiver sthis year.
Golden Tate and Marvin Jones. The Packers secondary has been struggling this year, allowing the sixth-most yards per game to wideouts and a 65.2 percent catch rate (fourth-highest).
Fuller– with watson injury he become much harder to trust in your lineup.
Stills– Devante Parker should be back, As well as Cutler. Cutler has been looking for Parker, leaving Still as the 3rd option in a stagnant offense.
D. Thomas/ E. Sanders– Hard to trust Brock Osweiler, thus dragging these guys values down.
Marquise Goodwin– with Garcon hitting the IR, Goodwin role could see an increased output.
Corey Davis is set to return for the first time since Week 2,. Davis saw 24 percent of the team targets in his only full game this year, catching six of 10 for 69