Trashman’s Garbage Grab: Week 12
Plenty of low price options at your disposal this week. Hopefully you’re not in a position where you need to use them at this point. Here’s the Grab…
Lamar Jackson, Ravens: Jackson didn’t do much through the air last week against Cincy, but he had 119 yards on the ground. He’ll face the Raiders this week in what is sure to be a repeat performance.
Elijah McGuire, Jets: McGuire is sure to see plenty of action against the Pats on Sunday, as the Jets are very likely to be playing from behind for the duration of the game.
Nyheim Hines, Colts: Hines hasn’t done much for you lately, but the game script against the Dolphins leans in his favor. He’s a low floor, high upside PPR flex.
Adam Humphries, Buccaneers: Humphries continues to flourish in an offense that shouldn’t be able to support him on a weekly basis, yet never fails to. He’ll have a lot of room to get open against San Fran.
Kendrick Bourne, 49ers: Bourne could be Nick Mullens’ 2nd favorite target next to George Kittle on Sunday, with Pierre Garcon out and Marquise Goodwin doubtful. He gets a soft secondary to work with in Tampa.
Curtis Samuel, Panthers: Samuel gets to split Devin Funchess’ targets with D.J. Moore against Seattle who’s big corners will be in fits trying to wrangle him.
Dontrelle Inman, Colts: Inman is working as the No.2 WR in Indy after T.Y. Hilton. His ceiling isn’t high, but his floor is solid.
Kenny Stills, Dolphins: Here’s to hoping Stills’ rapport with Ryan Tannehill picks up where it left off – He was his favorite WR before his injury.
Quincy Enunwa, Jets: Enunwa is the Jets’ best bet to hurt the Pats through the air in a game that will require them to throw. Most of his action will probably come in garbage time, but that doesn’t matter to the box score.
Jonnu Smith, Titans: Smith is on a roll, scoring in 2 of his last 3 games and leading the Titans in targets in Week 11 with 8. If Mariota’s arm isn’t full strength, he could be even more of an asset as a safety blanket.
Chris Herndon, Jets: A lot of Jets this week, but they’ll need all the help they can get to hang around with the Patriots. Herndon has been solid.