Week 11: Fantasy Football Sleepers
Brown is clearly the second receiver in Arizona now. He has more of everything than Michael Floyd over the past three weeks: targets, receptions, yards, touchdowns and obviously fantasy points. Yet, 60 wide receivers were owned in more leagues than Brown entering Week 10 while only 32 receivers were owned in more leagues than Floyd.
Brown has a tough matchup this week against Detroit, and the downgrade at quarterback from Carson Palmer to Drew Stanton isn't a plus either. But Detroit grades out poorly against slot receivers, and Brown has been in the slot about 40 percent of the time in the last three weeks. At the very least, pick Brown up and start him when he has a better matchup. But he could be an option this week if you're desperate.
Seferian-Jenkins hasn't produced big yardage totals this year, but he has been a red-zone option for Tampa Bay recently with two touchdowns in the past three games. He is also tied for eighth among tight ends in targets during that time. Washington has been one of the friendlier teams for tight ends this year with seven TDs allowed, so AS-J could find the end zone again this week. With Jason Witten, Owen Daniels and even Jace Amaro on bye, AS-J could be a decent option for those who need a one-week fill-in.