Allen Robinson ($6,200)
Robinson has struggled so far this season with just 8 catches on 18 targets. It was surprising to see Robinson catch just 3 of 9 targets in a matchup against the Giants, but I’m looking for a buy-low in a great matchup against the putrid Falcons defense in a dome.
The Falcons gave up 38 points to Seattle in Week 1 and 40 points to Dallas in Week 2. With Robinson still dominating the target market share in Chicago, low projected ownership and a great matchup, I’ll be looking to roster A-Rob in at least 15-20% of my Week 3 GPP lineups.
T.Y. Hilton ($5,600)
Hilton is another buy-low candidate as he has parlayed 14 targets into a measly 7-81-0 in positive matchups against the Jaguars and Vikings.
T.Y. hasn’t been himself this season with multiple drops, including a long TD pass in Week 2 on a perfect throw from Phillip Rivers.
Against a pathetic Jets defense, I expect the Colts to make a conscious effort to get T.Y. involved early and often. If he gets 8+ targets, I think he has a nice chance at a big game.
Hilton will be extremely low owned in Week 3, so even using him in 10% of lineups will give us big leverage.