Isaiah McKenzie (WR-BUF) - McKenzie has had an up-and-down year, but he peaked in Week 12 and should be a key target for Josh Allen with defenses focused on Stefon Diggs and Gabriel Davis still inconsistent in the short passing game. McKenzie could help as a WR3/Flex if he can keep up his high target share and snap count from Week 12 and provide a cheap deadline acquisition in PPR leagues.
DeAndre Hopkins (WR-ARI) - Hopkins has been performing like a PPR WR1 since he came back, but in dynasty leagues, he’s available for less than you think because he’s 30 and rebuilding teams always prefer to be a year early instead of a year late when it comes to offloading veterans. Hopkins has one of the best help for the playoffs in trade ratios in dynasty leagues right now.
Ezekiel Elliott (RB-DAL) - Elliott has looked like his old self since returning from a knee injury, and he should still be the automatic option at the goal line for a good offense and a winning team. In dynasty leagues, he should come a lot cheaper than his name brand value would indicate, as every dynasty team wants to get out of their running back investments before the bottom drops out. Everyone assumes that the Cowboys will get out of Elliott’s contract after this offseason, but he would still carry a bigger dead cap than his $10.9 million salary, and this is Jerry Jones we are talking about. It’s probably just as likely that the team restructures his deal, keeps him, and lets Tony Pollard cash in as a free agent, boosting Elliott’s value.
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