Jerricho Cotchery is expected to act as the No. 3 wideout in Monday's game against the Chiefs.
Prior to Week 9, Cotchery had just four catches all season as the No. 4 wideout. But after Antonio Brown (ankle) went down against the Giants, he stepped in seamlessly. Cotchery recorded four catches for 50 yards on four targets. Emmanuel Sanders played more snaps, but had just two catches on two targets. The lead-footed Cotchery is on the radar for extreme deep-leaguers as a desperation plug-n-play this week. Just don't expect any big plays.