Dave Birkett of the Detroit Free Press believes Ryan Broyles has bypassed Titus Young on the Lions' receiver depth chart for good.
Birkett expects Broyles to be Detroit's No. 2 receiver moving forward, citing the rookie's dependability and polished route-running chops. Broyles racked up 11 targets on Thanksgiving Day, securing six for 126 yards and narrowly missing out on a first-quarter touchdown. Particularly in PPR leagues, Broyles is going to be an awfully attractive stretch-run WR3 fantasy play.
start him or alexander?
Broyles a WR3? - I've got Dre/D.Thomas/Nicks and Garcon but should I shed a RB - David Wilson/Moreno/Tate (handcuff)/Turner or wells (Foster/Charles starters) to pick him up off waivers? - I already have to drop one RB due to Tate coming off IR . . .
pick him up, you never know how explosive he could be. he was a first round prospect back at oklahoma before getting injured. Risky, but tons of potential.
yeah but who to drop? logic says Tate but I really think if the Texans get distance from the Ravens a fresh Ben Tate will carry the load the last two games of the season . . .Kubiak knows better and will try to keep Foster fresh and out of harms way . . .So I'm thinkin' of dropping Wells or Wilson?
yeah, drop wilson. Unless your league rewards you for kr/pr yardage ;)