Albert Wilson, WR, Miami Dolphins – Although he’s been hot and cold this year, the big play ability that Albert Wilson possesses is enough to take a flyer on him. Wilson is the most targeted receiver on the Dolphins, and three of his four touchdowns on the year have gone for over 40 yards. Wilson is a big play waiting to happen, and with a good matchup, could be a solid flex play.
Ito Smith, RB, Atlanta Falcons – Ito Smith has started to carve out a role in the Falcons offense, and thanks to a groin injury to starter Devonta Freeman, Smith’s role will continue to grow. He’s scored a touchdown in three straight games and saw a season-high 11 carries in last week’s game against the Buccaneers. Expect that number to go up.
Marquise Goodwin, WR, San Francisco 49ers – Marqise Goodwin’s niche is taking the top off of a defense. That hasn’t changed this season, as he’s averaging 20 yards per catch. He’s coming off of a game where he torched the Green Bay Packers secondary for 126 yards through the air on just four catches. Goodwin also found the end zone twice. Goodwin gives quarterback C.J. Beathard a downfield threat while Dante Pettis and Trent Taylor deal with injuries.
Chris Godwin, WR, Tampa Bay Buccaneers – There’s a lot of fantasy options on the Tampa Bay Buccaneers. There are big names such as Mike Evans and Desean Jackson, tight end O.J. Howard and Cameron Brate, and a running game that’s a mess. Chris Godwin has quietly hauled in the same amount of receptions as Desean Jackson and leads the Bucs in touchdowns. He saw nine targets in last week’s game against the Falcons, which was tied for the most on the team. Godwin should continue his quiet production.
Cole Beasley, WR, Dallas Cowboys – Cole Beasley isn’t a guy who will take the top off of a defense or a guy who will come down with 50/50 balls. However, he’ll work the middle of the field and give Dak Prescott a reliable set of hands. Beasley leads the Cowboys in receptions, targets, and receiving yards, and deserves a look for fantasy rosters, even though the Cowboys are a run-first team.