Jahan Dotson, WR, Washington Commanders
Jahan Dotson exploded onto the scene in week one catching three passes, two for touchdowns. Dotson had five total targets but the fact that he was targeted in the redzone for his first touchdown and grabbed a 24 yard touchdown for his second. Dotson ran 40 routes while playing a total of 88% of the team’s snaps.
His versitility for the scores makes him a feasible addition to any fantasy team, especially in a three receiver league.
Jeff Wilson, RB, 49ers
The premier target for most teams looking for an RB will be Steelers Jaylen Warren. The injury to Najee Harris will open up a lot of options for Warren, but I would prefer going for the proven commodity that is a TD vulture. Jeff Wilson will never get 20+ carries in a game but with the most recent injury to Elijah Mitchell, Wilson will likely be listed as the starting RB in week 2.
Wilson will lose carries to the multi-talented Deebo Samuel but it’s more than likely Wilson will see the ball in goal line situations.
OJ Howard, TE, Houston Texans
Howard was not a snap percentage monster, but at a position where outside of the top three there isn’t much depth a red zone target like Howard is a needed addition on most fantasy rosters .
Hayden Hurst would likely be my favorite overall addition to a roster but I had him as a sleeper already in a write up, in this instance I think the former Crimson Tide tightend brings so much value in a position that you really just need TD’s he has to be added. Likely will be most managers first choice.