With only two or three weeks to go before the fantasy football playoffs come, who can count on a wider receiver? There is no shortage of potential starting options in the position – of course – 38 different wide receivers average 13 PPR points per game, compared to 24 runs – running behind – but there is also a significant amount of balance in that position. No. 38 (DJ Sark) and No. 16 (Interval)Chase Claypool) Is less than 3.0 fantasy points per game.
The interval on any given week is usually very short. In the last five weeks (four games), SAARC has surpassed Claypool twice. This is a small example, but it shows how many broad receivers are potential plays in any given week. You can have two WR points and five people for a flexible exam, so you always run the risk of putting points on the board.
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