Week 10: Fantasy Football Sleepers
Entering Week 9, there were only 14 receivers averaging more than 10 fantasy points per game in standard scoring. Benjamin was one of those 14 guys, so listing him as sleeper seems pretty weak. But after he got essentially shut down by the Saints, his price on some daily fantasy sites dropped significantly. A guy who was performing like a top-15 receiver going into the week is being priced outside the top 30 coming out of it.
If Benjamin also had a terrible matchup this week, maybe the drop could be justified, but the Panthers will face the Eagles on Monday night. Philadelphia has given up 1,600 yards and 11 touchdowns to wide receivers through eight games. That's a major reason why it ranks as the fourth-most generous defense per game to WRs in fantasy. Benjamin is simply must-play.
After averaging 4.4 catches per game from Week 4 through Week 8, Harbor put up a goose egg against Cincinnati. However, he'll have a good opportunity to rebound against Dallas in London. No team has allowed more fantasy points per game to tight ends. Then again, the Bengals' defense was the third-worst against tight ends entering Week 9, and Harbor couldn't take advantage. But if you're desperate or looking for a minimum-price tight end in daily leagues, Harbor is an option.