Below I have dug into some important data from the week to help you find some players who could help you in the coming weeks and potentially beyond. I have listed the players at each position in order of priority.
I mention him here for the second week in a row in case he’s still available on your wire. He has become the #1 WR for the Giants. He played on 80% of snaps and got 4 of only 17 targets on Sunday (24% share). He went 3-95-1 on those targets. The Giants want to be a run-first team, but there will be games they have a throw a lot and Slayton will be the main beneficiary.
Collins was probably dropped in many leagues after his injury, but he returned Sunday and had a nice game. He got 10 targets (a 27% target share), and caught 5 for 49 yards and a score, on 78% of snaps. His upside is certainly limited on the Texans, but if you are desperate for a WR who will be involved, Collins could be a nice option.