. Trashman’s Garbage Grab: Week 11
Had to wipe off a little who-knows-what off these guys to get them ready for game time, but they should all work in a pinch. Here’s the Grab for Week 11
La’Mical Perine, Jets
The Jets have said that Perine would be the primary ball-carrier coming out of the bye, and that makes sense, finally. We all know what we have in Frank Gore. It’s time to see what Perine can bring to the table as a 3-down back. Perine should see double-digit touches this week against the Chargers, who are the 10th best matchup.
Gus Edwards, Ravens
Edwards is part of a 3-headed committee once again, but he still looks like the most productive back of the bunch, if last week is any indication. If any Raven RB does anything of note this week against Tennessee, the 8th best RB matchup, it will probably be Edwards.
Kerryon Johnson, Lions
It looks like D’Andre Swift is sidelined with a head injury, so it will likely be all Johnson and Adrian Peterson to get the backfield touches this week. Johnson should offer a decent floor in PPR formats.
Mecole Hardman, Chiefs
Hardman has actually had a pretty decent flood in games that Sammy Watkins hasn’t played in this season, and he could be the no.2 WR this week against the Raiders, with Watkins sitting again. He’s always just a couple of big plays away from a fantasy monster,
Jalen Reagor, Eagles
Reagor is on his way to being the Eagles’ no.1 WR, and he’s still unowned in over 70% of leagues. He’ll probably be in the grab until that changes. He’s got a sweet matchup with Cleveland, the league’s 6th best WR matchup, this week.
K.J. Hamler, Broncos
Hamler has had 10 targets in back to back weeks, which makes him very fantasy worthy, especially in PPR formats. It helps his cause that Drew Lock looks like he’s going to tough it out and play through his rin injury.
Josh Reynolds, Rams
Reynolds has largely gone ignored in fantasy over the last month, despite putting up double-digit fantasy points in 3 of his last 4 games and averaging 9 targets over his last 3. Tampa is a tough opponent, but they’ll pay the most attention to Robert Woods and Cooper Kupp, as most teams do.
Dalton Schultz, Cowboys
Schultz has been a safety blanket for all the QBs who’ve played for Dallas since Dak Prescott had his season ending injury, and I don’t expect that to change this week against a weak Vikings secondary. He’s a high floor PPR play.
Taysom Hill, Saints
It’s against my better judgement to put Hill here, as he’s largely unproven as anything other than a running back who plays under center, but his designation as a TE in some formats makes him an intriguing play. Even if he doesn’t do much through the air, he should do enough on the ground to provide a decent floor.