If your team sucks look no further. I have a solution! Are you in the lead in your league and wanna keep it that way? Look no further also! In this article, I will be telling you the key players, the game changers, the sleepers, the players that can give your team the boost you need, or just the boost you want.
Brian Hoyer, Chicago Bears QB. Hoyer is owned in just 6.3% of ESPN leagues. Being a Bears fan, I not only want Hoyer to be good because he is better than Cutler and he is doing well for the Bears, but also because I have him in my fantasy lineup. This man has thrown for 300+ yards in each of his games and has thrown for 2 touchdowns also. Brian Hoyer likes Eddie Royal and Alshon Jeffery so losing Kevin White won’t affect him that much. The Bears also don’t have too strong of a running game so they rely more on the passing game. Hoyer has one of the easier schedules. If you don’t have a quarterback, look to Hoyer. He can save your team and maybe even the Bears.
Carson Wentz, Philadelphia Eagles QB. Wentz is owned in just 57.2 percent of ESPN leagues. It turns out that Wentz has been more than ready for the NFL and has been showing it with his 0 interceptions, five touchdowns and a flawless record. Wentz is a great starting option now that a lot of the top Quarterbacks are starting to go on bye. In leagues with 12+ teams he’s a more than viable start week in and week out. On top of all of that he has already had his bye, so you have one less thing to worry about. Get this stud rookie before it’s too late.
Terrance West, Baltimore Ravens RB. Owned in 45 percent of ESPN leagues and has the potential to be the best RB in fantasy by the end of the year. The Ravens have officially announced they are “parting ways” with Justin Forsett, the current starting back. Last week was just a hint of West’s potential. He ran for 113 yards and a touchdown. He scored 17 fantasy points. If he is available, add him. If he is on your team, don’t trade him. I predict Terrance West will be a top 10 running back by the end of the year. He is given an opportunity to show what he can do and I look forward to seeing him shine.
Robert Woods, Buffalo Bills WR. Robert Woods is owned in just 15.8 percent of ESPN leagues, but I have had him since week 1. Robert Woods has managed to score both weeks as a starter, higher than Sammy Watkins did in his weeks starting. As good as you may have thought Sammy Watkins was, I think Woods will be better. The Buffalo Bills shut out the Patriots, the only other significant team in their division. This gives the Bills a fighting chance. With a possibility to make the playoffs this year, the Bills really want to win. Robert Woods can help them win. Woods can be a top 10 WR. If you want to win in your league, pick up Robert Woods.
Quincy Enunwa, New York Jets WR. Enunwa is owned in 47% of ESPN leagues, and is currently the number two wideout on the Jets high powered offence. Enunwa will be heavily benefitting from the injury of Eric Decker and will have a high value until Decker is back to 100%. The only setback for this talented young receiver is the quarterback throwing to him. Recently Ryan Fitzpatrick has been throwing out of control and sadly Enunwa and any other Jets pass catcher is heavily reliant on his performances. Enunwa is yet to score less than 12 PPR except week 3 against Kansas City. That was the week Ryan Fitzpatrick threw 6 interceptions and Brandon Marshall and Eric Decker both had less receptions than Enunwa.
Zach Miller, Chicago Bears TE. Zach Miller is owned in 65 percent of ESPN leagues and with Brian Hoyer, comes an amazing TE. Miller has scored 3 touchdowns in two games of the 4 touchdowns the Bears scored. Hoyer threw for all 4 of the touchdowns. Based off of these two games where Hoyer started, Zach Miller scored 75 percent of all touchdowns. Zach Miller was amazing last year, was projected to do amazing this year, and is doing amazing with Brian Hoyer. On my fantasy team, I need a tight end, and I choose Zach Miller.
Hunter Henry, San Diego Charger TE. Henry is owned in only 40% of ESPN league and is shaping up to be a solid tight end. The last two weeks he has scored 10 and 16 in PPR formats and seems to be one of Philip Rivers’s more favorable targets. The idea of Antonio Gates returning may fear some owners but in my mind I only see that as a potential threat to redzone work, but I am getting Henry for the yards and the catches. This is a player that is more valuable in PPR than standard leagues, but is still a quality streaming option as some of the top tier tight ends start to see their byes.