Well, we have another very strange week behind us. Julio and Mike Evans combined for half of the points of Stefon Diggs, and Mark Ingram ended up with negative points. Just another week I suppose...
1. Tevin Coleman: Hey. Make sure he wasn't dropped. Thanks.
2. Shaun Draughn: So, the 49ers are no bueno, but Draughn is actually fairly reliable in PPR leagues as their pass-catching specialist. They have games against the Saints, Cardinals, and Patriots on the horizon, so they should be playing catch-up. Draughn should be a low-key reliable flex.
3. Peyton Barber: The Bucs lost their 3rd starting RB of the season when Jacquizz Rodgers suffered an ankle injury, so this is just a case of looking at the next guy in line. I prefer Barber to Antone Smith, but I hate both of them when Doug Martin comes back. Aw guys don't be like that. I didn't mean that kind of hate.
4. Tim Hightower: Mark Ingram got thrown into the deepest part of the doghouse on Sunday, and Hightower came in and handled the job to the tune of 26 carries for 102 yards (Ingram hasn't had more than 18 carries all season). Reports out of New Orleans are that this will be a timeshare moving forward, aka it's going to be a mess. If you can get a part of the Saints offense, have at it.
1. Jamison Crowder: That's two games with at least seven catches and over 100 yards for Crowder. Make sure he's owned.
2. Mohamed Sanu: Sanu did his best Julio Jones impression on Sunday while Jones was playing on a merry-go-round on the sideline (probably), hauling in nine catches for 84 yards and a score. This is only Sanu's second game with at least 80 yards, but keep him on your radar. Can't hurt having pieces of one of the best offenses in the league.
3. Corey Coleman: He's back! I think. Soon at least. I trust him as much as you can trust a Browns receiver. I'll leave the rest of that up to you.
4. J.J. Nelson: Apparently Nelson is the number two receiver on the Cardinals now? Michael Floyd and John Brown have had their injury and performance (looking at you, Mikey) issues this season, and J.J. has capitalized with 163 yards and two TDs over the last two games. He's on bye this week, though.
1. C.J. Fiedorowicz: Fiedorowicz had as many targets as DeAndre Hopkins this week (seven), and that kinda says something. I'd say C.J. (don't feel like trying to spell his last name again) is probably the second option in this passing game now.
2. Dennis Pitta: He may have been dropped as a result of the Ravens bye. He's averaging eight targets per game this season and, for a tight end, that's legitimately all I need to know.