He didn’t see quite as many targets as the other Broncos receivers, and he managed to mess up on the ones he did see. He’ll bounce back, but will still be a boom-or-bust player. Best to buy him on a bust.
A tough Seattle defense kept his stats low, but he’s a solid player who should only increase in value over the coming weeks.
If you can get someone to give him up, grab him in a heartbeat. He had a tough time against the NE defense, but he’s still a top-10 RB. His value is probably at the lowest it’ll be this season.
Wow, what a terrible performance. If he can get out of the dog house (and that’s a big if at the moment), he can still bounce back and be a top-20 RB. Don’t give up too much for him, though. He has a low floor and a high ceiling.
Assuming he’s avoided serious injury, he could be a steal at the moment if his current fantasy owner is nervous. Strike while the iron’s hot for a top-3 WR.
The return of Chad Henne will do wonders for Shorts’s stats. Blaine Gabbert has probably started his last game in the NFL.
Much like Decker, he will be boom-or-bust all season and has probably seen his biggest bust. He’s very TD-dependent but there will probably be enough to go around from Green Bay this year. (and thankfully they don’t play against SF every week)
He’s probably had his greatest game of the season. Now’s the time to move him if you want to (and we recommend that you do).
Make no mistake, he’s a quality TE. Feel free to hold onto him if you’re weak at that position. However, you can probably trade him for a star player – the hype is strong.
Like Thomas, he’s a quality player that you should hold onto if you need a decent flex play, just don’t expect him to put up 20 fantasy points every week.
This one is a bit tricky as Jackson was a bit undervalued going into week 1, but he put up a WR1 performance. In truth, he’s a WR2. See if you can get someone to bite.