Trashman’s Garbage Grab Bag: Week 7
There are so many injured players that even the Grab is light this week. All players are owned in fewer than 35% of fantasy leagues, so there’s a good chance you can still get them if you need them though.
Dante Pettis, 49ers: Pettis has done little this season, but his snap count is increasing and so are his targets. He’s got a decent shot to put up respectable numbers against a terrible Redskins team and no Deebo Samuel to take away targets.
Auden Tate, Bengals: Tate has had 50 yards or a TD in his 4 games. His ceiling isn’t too high, but he’s dependable.
Geronimo Allison, Packers: Allison looks like he’ll go, so he’d be the only regular starter at WR for the Packers, making him their de facto no.1.
Cole Beasley, Bills: A PPR special, Beasley has had 10+ points in PPR leagues in 3 of his last 4 games. He’s bolstered by the fact that the Bills are playing the league worst Dolphins.
Mark Walton, Dolphins: Not much doing for low owned RBs, but Walton did have a 10 pointer in PPR formats in his last game, and it looks like the Dolphins are possibly going to trade Kenyan Drake, so maybe they start leaning on Walton in a game that they’ll have a hard time through the air.
Daniel Jones, QB: If there was a game to start Jones it’s this one. Yes, the Cardinals do have Patrick Peterson back, but he can’t cover everyone.
Darren Fells, Texans: TE is a tough position to stream right now, but Fells has scored 3 TDs in his last 4 games, and he had 69 yards in his last outing. He’s worth a look if you’re desperate.