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Ryan Fitzpatrick, QB/TB
If you missed the boat on Fitz last week, go get the bearded wonder this week. If he keeps playing this way, he’ll keep his job when Jameis Winston returns from suspension.
Andy Dalton, QB/CIN
Dalton long has been one of the more underrated QB2 options in fantasy. As witnessed last week, he’s capable of exploding for big performances against select defenses.
Giovani Bernard, RB/CIN
With Joe Mixon expected to miss multiple weeks with a knee injury, Bernard instantly becomes a hot pickup and will provide strong fantasy value.
Matt Breida, RB/SF
Breida was overlooked by fantasy owners and his coaches alike when Jerick McKinnon went down, and that placed a tremendous chip on his shoulder, of which he took advantage in Week 2.
Kenny Golladay, WR/DET
If he’s still on your league’s waiver wire, shame on you and your fellow owners. Golladay’s time has arrived and he must be on a fantasy football roster.
Chris Godwin, WR/TB
The Bucs are humming on offense right now and Godwin is reaping the benefits. He provides good flex appeal so long as Fitzpatrick continues slinging it.
O.J. Howard, TE/TB
Howard continues to show his boom-or-bust appeal after hauling in a 75-yard touchdown pass in Week 2. He should continue to get targets because of his playmaking ability.
Will Dissly, TE/SEA
Not many were expecting much from Dissly, myself included, but he’s put together back-to-back fantasy-relevant weeks and is worth rostering in many leagues while the Seahawks remain banged up offensively.