We got away from week 4 without too many injuries so this week the waiver wire seems a lot calmer. It's so nice and peaceful.
This player should be owned in all leagues regardless of whether Eric Decker plays or not. He is one of the better receivers on an aggressive passing attack and is getting a lot of targets. Enunwa is a solid WR2 with Decker out.
The Titans passing offense has been absolute garbage so far this season and a lot of it has to do with Marcus Mariota being terrible but help may be coming soon. Tajae Sharpe and Rishard Mathews haven't done enough to help the struggling face of the franchise. Kendall Wright is now healthy and has an opportunity to play. He is in a contract year and he has a 1,000 yard season under his belt already so he could be a serviceable flex play in ppr leagues.
After Keenan Allen went down I thought that Inman would slide right in as he is a similar player to Allen but that wasn't the case for the first 3 weeks. In week 4 however, Inman got in rhythym against a weak Saints defense. It seems like every week a different Chargers receiver has a great game so they're a little tough to predict but he is an okay stash for now... I guess.
With Sammy Watkins on IR there will be more targets to go around and Robert Woods is the next man up. Last year when Watkins missed time there were some matchups that made Woods a useable option. Although I don't believe the matchup sets up very well for Woods this weekend, he will face the 49ers and Dolphins the following weeks who have gotten torched by Wide Receivers this year.
I know Terrance Williams had a good game as well but let everyone else in your league take him. Brice Butler is the better receiver out of the two and it was very obvious to see on the field. Williams also continues to underwhelm and make stupid mistakes so his time may be running out soon as a starter. Unfortunately, the Cowboys play the Bengals next week so he isn't a good start but he is still worth stashing. He he will demand a lot of targets if Dez misses more time and may eventually take over the number 2 spot alongside Dez if he outshines Williams.