Don't miss out on these huge upside Wide Receivers that can possibly win you a championship this year.
It seems pretty obvious to everyone at this point that Jordy Nelson has lost a few steps and that has opened up an opportunity for Adams to shine. He now appears to be the number 1 weapon for Aaron Rodgers and he had a phenomenal game against the Bears in week 7. He should be the top priority pickup of the week because he looks to be a high-end WR2 moving forward.
At this point he should be owned in all leagues so I won't say much about him. If he is still somehow available in your league then this is a friendly reminder that he needs to be rostered. He is one of the better talents and his schedule gets much easier moving forward.
There aren't many players that can be played as an RB and WR in fantasy. In fact, the players that were eligible to play both positions in the past, weren't very good at either position. However, the converted Wide Receiver is actually a talented player at the running back position and he can help your fantasy team! It is also worth noting that Eddie Lacy is now on IR and James Starks will be dealing with a knee injury for a few more weeks, so Montgomery will take advantage of this opportunity. We saw the Packers offense look efficient against the Bears and that may be a result of the versatility Montgomery has given to this offense. Even when Lacy returns from his injury, he may not get his job back if Montgomery continues to play so well.
The second year receiver for the Eagles has gotten an uptick in playing time and it should start to produce fantasy points soon. I don't entirely believe in him as a player but he is a gifted athlete and as long as he gets targets, he can be a valuable flex play. If you are in deeper fantasy leagues then take a shot at stashing DGB because his athleticism gives him big play ability.