Matchup Mayhem: Taking chances at WR
The wide receiver position continued its subpar fantasy point showing last week. There were only 17 wideouts with 10 or more points (using standard ESPN performance league guidelines), and since many of those came from relative no-name pass catchers, in most leagues, a team would be lucky to have one double-digit wide receiver. That means many fantasy GMs are more open to rolling the dice on players they haven't started lately, and I've got a few choices that should help them out.
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