Welcome to the weekly wide receiver/cornerback breakdown for fantasy football Week 10! Here, we analyze each of the outside matchups one by one, as well as 10 of my favorite matchups in the slot. Especially with the bye weeks in full swing, it is important to dig deep and find the best matchups to gain a competitive advantage, optimize your starting lineups, and crush your opponents. This article is also critical for fantasy football DFS players, as this will help you find the right matchups to target when setting your lineups. You can follow me on Twitter, @FantasyCoachJB, and reach out with all your fantasy football questions as well.

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Fantasy Football WR/CB Matchup Report Week 10

Left WR vs Right CB
Wide ReceiverTeamDK / FD $CornerbackOppMatchup
Marquise BrownARI$5200 / $6600A.J. TerrellATLSafe
The Kyler Murray return gives Brown a bump in value. Atlanta has given up back to back big weeks to Joshua Dobbs and Will Levis so they haven't been playnig well lately. Terrell has allowed 3 touchdowns and 12 yards per reception in his coverage. With the upgrade at qb and the heavy target volume, Brown is a safe play in PPR formats.
Drake LondonATL$5500 / $6500Marco WilsonARISafe
London is trending in the direction of playing this week and gets a good matchup if he does. Arizona ranks in the bottom 5 in PFF coverage grades as a team and Wilson is the 106th ranked corner in coverage of the 114 graded. Also getting a quarterback upgrade with Heinicke now, London is becoming a safe play, especially in a good matchup like this one.
Odell Beckham.BAL$3800 / $5500Martin Emerson Jr.CLEModerate
I called my shot last week and called the Odell touchdown (See my twitter feed), but its a much tougher game this week against a Cleveland defense that has only allowed 8 receiving touchdowns on the season. There is a "revenge game" narrative, and Odell did see a 21% target share last week, so he is a vialble flex play in season long, but I dont love the matchup for him this week in DFS.
Stefon DiggsBUF$9000 / $8800Pat SurtainDENSafe
This will be a great battle between a premier wide receiver and a premier corner. Of course you start DIggs in your leagues, but at his heafty price in DFS I will be looking elsewhere for a higher ceiling due to the matchup.
DJ Chark Jr.CAR$3500 / $5600Tyrique StevensonCHIRisky
Chark caught the touchdown last week but he only saw 3 targets and caught 2 passes for 9 yards. His 57% snap percentage and 8% target share continue to make him a risky play, especially against a solid young corner like Stevenson who has been playing very well against much better receivers.
DJ MooreCHI$5800 / $7200Donte JacksonCARModerate
Its been back to back down weeks now for Moore with backup quarterback Tyson Bagent under center. WIth Bagent at quarterback the upside for Moore is limited and he is not safe. Hopefully he gets Fields back and things get better next week. You may have to still play Moore in season long with some key receivers on bye, but I'm looking elsewhere in DFS.
Ja'Marr ChaseCIN$8600 / $9300Steven NelsonHOUModerate
Chase is dealing with a back injury and may sit so monitor the practice and injury reports. Nelson is a tough corner and did a good job against Mike Evans last week in a high scoring game. With the injury concern and not the best matchup Id pay up elsewhere in DFS but if he plays hes in your lineup everywhere else.
Amari CooperCLE$6300 / $7100Brandon StephensBALModerate
With Deshaun Watson back, Cooper got back on track with 5 catches for 139 yards and a touchdown last week. Its a much tougher matchup this week against a Baltimore defense that has the 2nd best PFF team coverage grade, but Stephens has allowed 426 receiving yards in his coverage this season. He is yet to allow a touchdown, and Baltimore's defense has been stifling their opponents lately, so with the tough matchup Cooper gets a bit of a downgrade this week.
Michael GallupDAL$3500 / $5200Deonte BanksNYGRisky
Last week Gallup only played a 48% snap share and was only targeted 3 times for a 6.8% target share. With the decreased usage, Gallup has become a risky option to start anywhere.
Courtland SuttonDEN$5300 / $6600Christian BenfordBUFSafe
Coming off the bye, Sutton matches up with Benford who has allowed a 71% reception percentage and gives up over 12 yrds per reception. There has only been 1 touchdown in his coverage so far, but Sutton has been a great red zone weapon with his 6 receiving touchdowns. In a game that could be a high scoring one, I like the DFS price for the main weapon in Denver's passing game.
Jameson WilliamsDET$3400 / $5400Michael DavisLACRisky
Before the bye last week, we saw Williams' involvement increase but he was still only seeing a 39.5% snap percentage and 8.8% target share. They also traded for DOnovan Peoples-Jones at the trade deadine so that could cut into WIlliams' opportunities as well. Until we see how it plays out, Williams is a risky play with his limited usage.
Romeo DoubsGB$5300 / $6300Levi WallacePITSafe
The Packers did most of their damage on the ground last week so none of the receivers did much. Doubs did once again lead the receiver room in snap percentage, playing 86% of the offensive snaps so he continues to be out there and have opportunity. He gets a plus matchup this week against Wallace who has allowed 418 receiving yards and 4 touchdowns in his coverage.
Nico CollinsHOU$6600 / $6900Cam Taylor-BrittCINModerate
In a very high scoring game last week, Collins didnt get a ton of volume. He only had 3 catches for 54 yards but caught his 4th touchdown of the season. Tank Dell is emerging on the opposite side and gets the better matchup this week with Collins getting Taylor-Britt who has only allowed a 53% reecption percentage and 1 touchdown in his coverage. Collins is fine for season long but doenst have the upside this week for GPP lineups.
Michael PittmanIND$6700 / $7100J.C. JacksonNESafe
We continue to like the Pittman role in the Indy offense. Last week he played an 88.5% snap share and had a 33.3% target share with his 8 catches on 8 targets. The matchup this week against New England's bottom 5 coverage graded defense is a great one and I fully expect Pittman to be heavily involved in this week's Germany game and he is one of my favorite plays of the week. Guten Tag Michael Pittman!
Calvin RidleyJAC$5600 / $6700Deommodore LenoirSFRisky
Maybe the bye week was what Jacksonville needed to figure out how to get Ridley going, but unfortunately they come back to a tough matchup against the San Francisco defense. Lenoir has allowed receptions and yardage, but has yet to allow a touchdown in his coverage. Ill start Ridley in season long and hope they figured somehting out, but with a tough matchup and uncertainty, Ill wait and see before playing him in DFS.
Marquez Valdes-ScantlingKC#N/Abye#N/Abye
Davante AdamsLV$8000 / $7400D.J. ReedNYJModerate
Love the storyline in Las Vegas, love Antonio Pierce, love the fire he brings to the team and the locker room, love the 96% route percentage and 29% target share Adams got last week. Hate that hes playing with a shaky rookie quarterback, hate that he only caught 4 passes for 34 yards last week, hate the matchup against the Jets who are the highest graded team in PFF team coverage grades and have the best outside corner duo in the league. With the shaky quarterback play and tough matchup, I cant call him safe this week.
Jalen GuytonLAC$3000 / $5000Cameron SuttonDETModerate
Mike Williams is gone, Joshua Palmer is now also on IR, the Chargers need some help in the reciver room. Perfect timing for Guyton to return from his own injury and he eased back in last week with a 58% snap percentage. That should increast this week and the matchup is better this week as well. I dont expect him to be a world beater, but Guyton will play enough and have enough of an opportunity to be considered a sneaky GPP dart throw who could get behind the defense and score.
Tutu AtwellLAR#N/Abye#N/Abye
Jaylen WaddleMIA#N/Abye#N/Abye
Trishton JacksonMIN$3000 / $4300Marcus LattimoreNORisky
Not sure that KJ Osborn will be able to clear concussion protocol so I am putting Jackson in this place who played 70% of thesnaps last week with Osborn going out. That said, whether its Jackson, Osborn, Harry, ow whoever on the left side, Im not playing them against Lattimore. Id rather play Addison on the other side (more on that later).
Jalen ReagorNE$3000 / $4200Jaylon Jones.INDRisky
The loss of Kendrick Bourne opens up a lot of targets in the Patriots offense, but Indy has a pair of tough cover corners. Jones has only allowed 10 receptions and 86 yards in his 184 coverage snaps this season. Reagor did see 6 targets last week in an increased role but only had 1 catch for 11 yards. The likely rotation on the outside with Reagor, Smith-Schuster and Thornton in combination with the tough matchup makes them all risky this week.
Michael ThomasNO$4500 / $5800Akayleb EvansMINSafe
After being blanked last week and only seeing 1 target, Thomas will look to bounce back this week and has a great matchup to do so. Evans has allowed over a 70% reception percentage and 3 touchdowns in his coverage. Carr should look to get Thomas back on track this week in a favorable matchup and I will be playing him at a favorable DFS price as well.
Jalin HyattNYG$3000 / $4900Da'Ron BlandDALRisky
Daniel Jones is done for the season and the Giants are rolling with Tommy DeVito which downgrades all the wide receivers. Especially in a matchup against Dallas and Bland who has 4 interceptions on the season, Hyatt is a risky start.
Garrett WilsonNYJ$6600 / $7100Amik RobertsonLVSafe
Last week the Jets offense couldnt get anything going, but even in a down game, Wilson caught 7 passes on 13 targets for 80 yards. His 97.5% snap share with his 27% target share are great to see, and the matchup against Robertson is sext as well. Robertson allows 12.5 yards per reception and Wilson should be able to dominate this matchup for another high volume game at a favorable DFS price for a target hog as well.
A.J. BrownPHI#N/Abye#N/Abye
George PickensPIT$5100 / $6600Jaire AlexanderGBModerate
The disgruntled Pickens has been in the news this week for all the wrong reasons. He is clearly frustrated and it seems to be effecting him on and off the field. He gets a tough matchup this week against Jaire Alexander but he is still a super talented receiver and is playing about 90% of the snaps. His talent and snap share always makes him viable for season long, but his volitility and quarterback make him more risky than most in his situation. With the tough matchup, Ill look elsewhere this week.
Brandon AiyukSF$7100 / $7800Tyson CampbellJACSafe
The bye week came at a perfect time for San Francisco. Brock Purdy was struggling and it also gave Deebo Samuel time to get healthy. With Deebo back it will take some attention off Aiyuk, but he was still producing and had 109 receiving yards in the last game before the bye. Jacksonville has given up the most fantasy points to outside receivers and this game has shootout potential.
DK MetcalfSEA$6800 / $7300Kendall FullerWASSafe
On a similar note, Washington has allowed the 3rd most fantasy points to outside receivers and Metcalf will get a matchup against Fuller who is theiir top corner, but is only 5'11 and under 200 pounds. It is a big size advantage for Metcalf who has a 21% target share and will look to add to his 2 touchdowns this week.
Mike EvansTB$7200 / $7600Kristian FultonTENModerate
Evans had a tough matchup last week but is still one of Baker Mayfields favorite targets with his 22.6% target share on the year. The matchup gets better this week against Fulton who allows over 13 yards per reception in his coverage and a 67% reception percentage. Evans should be heavily involved once again which makes him a safe play in season long and DFS.
DeAndre HopkinsTEN$6000 / $7100Carlton Davis IIITBSafe
In the 2 games that Will Levis has started, Hopkins has seen 17 targets and 188 receiving yards. This week he gets to face Davis who just got torched by Tank Dell and the Houston receivers last week and who has allowed 421 yards and 4 touchdowns in his coverage. Hopkins is one of my favorite plays of the week, especially at his low price on DK.
Terry McLaurinWAS$5800 / $6800Tariq WoolenSEAModerate
Woolen has allowed a 67.6% reception percentage and 3 touchdowns in his coverage. McLaurin is coming off a game with an 86% snap percentage and 16% target share and is always involved in the offense. Its not the best matchup, but Washington should be playing from behind hand have to throw so the volume should make McLaurin a reasonable PPr option, but I dont love hiim enough to call him safe this week.
Right WR vs Left CB
Wide ReceiverTeamDraftKings/FanDuelCornerbackOppMatchup
Michael WilsonARI$3500 / $5200Jeff OkudahATLModerate
The shoulder injury kept Wilson out last week, but he seems to be trending to returning this week. He will get a bump with Kyler Murray at quarterback and could be nice sleeper player to stash in season long leagues. For this week, I like him as a DFS dart throw player at his low salary, but Id wait and see how the offense looks with Kyler before plugging him in to my season long lineups.
Van JeffersonATL$3300 / $5000Antonio Hamilton Sr.ARIRisky
Jefferson only played a 63.8% snap percentage last week and the interesting part was that he was running out of the slot a lot more than we've seen in the past. The matchup is good but Atlanta is unpredictable on what they will do and who they will target so with London returning and both tight ends involvement in the passing game, Jefferson is a risky dart throw and nothing more than that right now.
Zay FlowersBAL$5700 / $6000Denzel WardCLEModerate
Its been a quiet couple of weeks for Flowers who only has a combined 30 receiving yards over the past 2 weeks. Baltimore has been running the ball well but Cleveland has been pretty good against the run so they may have to pass more this week. Its a tough matchup against Ward on the outside, but when Baltimore goes 3 wide and Flowers moves into the slot he will draw backup corner Mike Ford which is where he becomes the most attractive.
Gabe DavisBUF$5700 / $6500Fabian MoreauDENModerate
Its becoming pretty frustrating to try to figure out when it is a "Gabe Davis week". I like that he will be on the other side of the Surtain shadow, but there has also been an increased involvement for Shakir and the tight end Kincaid. Davis is not safe but the matchup is good so hes not completely risky either. Flip a coin with Davis and hope for the best.
Jonathan MingoCAR$3400 / $5000Jaylon JohnsonCHISafe
I think i was a week early touting Mingo last week. Im going to call it right now - this Thursday, on Amazon Prime, Jonathan Mingo breakout game. He played a 98.6% snap share last week and we have seen that Carolina is trying to get Mingo more involved in the offense. He also gets a plus matchup this week against a Chicago secondary that is bottom 10 in PFF team coverage grade and still has a super cheap DFS salary. Use him in your showdown slate and I may even flex him in my season long lineups this week!
Darnell MooneyCHI$3400 / $6000CJ HendersonCARRisky
Mooney is playing some slot and some outside but he is seeing a 86.6% snap percentage and led the receiver room with a 23% target share last week. Until Fields returns none of the receivers are safe, but with the increased volume Mooney could be a dart throw in a showdown slate DFS lineup.
Tee HigginsCIN$6500 / $7000Shaqull GriffinHOUSafe
Last week Higgins came back to life and had 8 catches on 9 targets for 110 yards. With Chase banged up with the back issue, Higgins should continue to see an increased workload and gets a Houston defense that just gave up 37 points last week.
Cedric TillmanCLE$3000 / $4300Marlon HumphreyBALRisky
Donovan Peoples-Jones got traded, Marquise Goodwin got hiurt, so Tillman steps in as the other outside receiver across from Amari Cooper. Behind Cooper, Moore, Njoku and the backs, and going up against a red hot Baltimore defense, Tillman is a very risky play.
Brandin CooksDAL$4200 / $5300Adoree' JacksonNYGModerate
Cooks was quiet last week, but I will give him a pass since he faced Darius Slay, one of the best corners in the league. Prior to that matchup, we saw Cooks be second among wide receivers in snap percentage, route percentage and target share and score a touchdown the previous week. He should get back on track this week and see more opportunities once again, and coming off the dud will likely be low owned in GPP tournaments. I love him as a sneaky DFS GPP play this week.
Marvin MimsDEN$3200 / $4900Rasul DouglasBUFModerate
The coach speak from Sean Payton this week was that they need to find ways to get the ball in Mims' hands. he has shown playmaking ability and while Douglas is a good corner, he has been known to get beat on the deep ball. This is one of those plays this week where you hope to see the opportunity because with a decent snap share, there could be a very good chance of Mims scoring a deep touchdown. In a game that could be a shootout, I like him as a DFS darth throw.
Josh ReynoldsDET$3800 / $6100Asante Samuel Jr.LACRisky
Reynolds is 2nd among wide receivers in Detroit in route percentage, snap share and target share, but doesnt get a ton of volume behind ARSB, LaPorta and the backs. The matchup is also tough this week against Samuel who is graded as a top 20 cover corner on PFF soheis a risky play this week,
Christian WatsonGB$4900 / $5700Joey Porter Jr.PITRisky
It has been a major dissappointment for Watson's fantasy managers so far this season and I dont see it getting better this week. The rookie Porter has adjusted to the NFL very well and has only allowed 6 catches against him in his 190 coverage snaps.
Tank DellHOU$5500 / $6400DJ Turner IICINSafe
In last week's article I said "Stroud should look to get the ball in Dell's hands and let him make some plays against this beatable Tampa Bay secondary." and that he did! Dell had 114 receiving yards and 2 touchdowns and will look to keep the momentum this week. This game can be a back and forth, high scoring game just like last week so there shoule be plenty of opportunity for Dell to rack up the fantasy points against a Cincy pass defense that has given up 10 receiving touchdowns.
Alec PierceIND$3300 / $5100Jonathan JonesNERisky
Pierce is simply not getting enough targets to be trusted. He is playing a great snap percentage, basicaly every snap every week, but he is basically out there just running around and captaining the Kevin Tompkins "All Exercise Team".
Christian KirkJAC$6000 / $6700Charvarius WardSFModerate
I dont love the matchup this week but dont hate it either. Ward is a tough matchup on the outside, but Kirk moves around and will see Isaiah Oliver when he moves into the slot. Kirk has a 22.2% target share and 520 receiving yards on the season so regardless of matchup, Kirk is a focal point of this passing attack and is playable even against tough defenses.
Justin WatsonKC#N/Abye#N/Abye
Jakobi MeyersLV$6200 / $7100Sauce GardnerNYJModerate
Rookie QB Aiden O'Connell only completed 16 passes last week, but they didnt have to do much to beat the Giants. Meyers only caught 2 passes, but he still found a way to score taking an end around for a 17 yard rushing touchdown. This week he will face off against one of the best young corners in the league and a tough Jets secondary. Between the tough matchup and the uncertainty with O'Connell at quarterback, Meyres gets a downgrade this week and is only a season long flex option.
Quentin JohnstonLAC$4100 / $5900Jerry JacobsDETModerate
We saw an increase in snap percentage for the rookie the past 2 weeks,and he saw a 84.2% snap share last week. He was shut down by Sauce Gardner abut gets a much friendlier matchup this week against Jacobs who has allowed 260 yards and 3 touchdowns in his coverage. This could be the week Johnston pays dividends for his patient fantasy managers.
Puka NacuaLAR#N/Abye#N/Abye
Tyreek HillMIA#N/Abye#N/Abye
Jordan AddisonMIN$5900 / $6900Paulson AdeboNOModerate
Addison has been a target monster with no Justin Jefferson and the offense is clearly centered around him for the time being. Joshua Dobbs seemed to look his way plenty last week, but even with the volume it is a tough matchup this week. Adebo is played excellent this year and is graded as the 3rd best cornerback in coverage on PFF. I cant call him safe in this tough matchup even with the volume he is seeing.
JuJu Smith-SchusterNE$3300 / $5200Darrell Baker Jr.INDRisky
I said it before and Ill say it again, The likely rotation on the outside with Reagor, Smith-Schuster and Thornton in combination with the tough matchup against solid outside corners makes them all risky this week.
Rashid ShaheedNO$4300 / $5900Mekhi BlackmonMINRisky
Shaheed played a 50% snap share and saw 3 targets last week. Hes a deep threat, but hes a risky boom/bust receiver and even his DFS priceis too high for that risk.
Darius SlaytonNYG$3200 / $5500Stephon GilmoreDALRisky
The snap percentage finally dropped down into the 80s last week for Slayton as he went down to an 81% snap percentage. Even when he was playing almost every snap he wasnt producing much and now he has to deal with a rookie 3rd string quarterback as well as a matchup with Gilmore. No thanks.
Allen LazardNYJ$3500 / $5600Marcus PetersLVRisky
There doesnt seem to be any chemistry with Zach Wilson and Lazard and hes only catching a couple passes a game. Its the Wilson to Wilson show in New York and that makes Lazard a risky play even as the default #2 receiver.
Devonta SmithPHI#N/Abye#N/Abye
Diontae JohnsonPIT$5400 / $7000Carrington ValentineGBSafe
You can tell that Kenny Pickett missed Dionte as he has been peppering him with targets since he returned. He has 29 targets over the past 3 weeks and saw a 31% target share last week. Valentine is giving up over 17 yards per reception and is the better matchup of the Green Bay outside corners. With the heavy target volume and Pickett's attention, Johnson always has a safe floor.
Deebo SamuelSF$6200 / $7000Darious WilliamsJACModerate
I never feel completely safe starting a guy working his way back from an injury, but Deebo is a beast. Its a plus matchup against Jacksonville who gives up a lot of fantasy points to outside receivers also. Williams is an excellent corner playing great football, but San Farncisco coming off the bye will have some tricks up their sleeve and will surely move Deebo around the formation. Id wait a week before calling him safe, but he is certainly a start in your season long leagues.
Tyler LockettSEA$6100 / $6800Emmanuel ForbesWASSafe
The key to Lockett this week will be how much Seattle goes 3-wide. If they only have Metcalf and Lockett out there he will get a tougher matchup against Benjamin St-Juste, BUT, when they go 3 wide, St-Juste moves inside and Lockett gets a tasty matchup against Forbes. With JSN having a growing role in the offense (all 3 receivers played over 80% snap share last week), Lockett should see a lot of Forbes who has allowed 458 yards and 3 touchdowns in his coverage this season.
Chris GodwinTB$6700 / $6500Sean Murphy-BuntingTENModerate
Godwin is a solid receiver but he hasnt fully clicked with Baker Mayfield. Evans has been the favorite target and Godwin also has the tougher matchup of the 2 this week against former Buccaneer Sean Murphy-Bunting who has really improved this season. Murphy-Bunting has only allowed 17 receptions in his 278 coverage snaps on the year so its not a great matchup for Godwin and I would consider him in the WR3/Flex range for season long this week.
Treylon BurksTEN$3600 / $5200Jamel DeanTBRisky
The Bucs got torched in the secondary last week, but most of that damage didnt come against Dean. Burks is still only seeing a 51.4% snap share as he eases back from injury so Id hold off at least another week before upgrading the confidence level in Burks.
Jahan DotsonWAS$5000 / $6200Tre BrownSEAModerate
With touchdowns in back to back games, Dotson is starting to produce the way we hoped he would in his sophomore season. The matchup is a tough one against Brown who is graded as the 16th best cover corner on PFF and has only allowed 12 receptions in his 176 coverage snaps. You can play him in season long but the matchup is too tough for me to recommend him as a DFS play this week.

Top matchups in the slot for Week 10

Slot WR vs Slot CB
Wide ReceiverTeamDraftKings/FanDuelCornerbackOppMatchup
Amon-Ra St. BrownDET$8300 / $8600Ja'Sir TaylorLACSafe
This game has shootout written all over it, and the matchup for St. Brown is one of the best ones on the slate. Its a perfect matchup for a YAC monster like Amon-Ra against Taylor who has allowed 150 yards after the catch and 12 yards per reception. With a plus matchup and his 28.4% target share, I love ARSB this week.
CeeDee LambDAL$8500 / $8900Cor'Dale FlottNYGSafe
It has been great to see Dak Prescott and Lamb firing on all cylinders and Lamb has had double digit receptions in back to back weeks. The Giants are the 6th lowest graded team in PFF coverage grades and they just got embarassed by teh Raiders last week. My only concern is that the Cowboys will get up soo big that they wont have to throw anymore, so that limits Lamb's ceiling, but he will certainly be a part of how they get to that lead regardless.
Keenan AllenLAC$8800 / $9000Brian BranchDETSafe
We just talked about this game having serious shootout potential so how do you not like Justin Herbert's favorite target? Allen has over 30% target share on the season and should continue to see the volume in this one. While Branch has been playing well, he is still a rookie and the veteran Allen will be able to take advantage of everything that comes his way.
Chris OlaveNO$6400 / $7400Byron Murphy Jr.MINSafe
I love this matchup for Olave. I had him as the cover boy of this article last week and told you he would score and he did. Well, I look for back to back weeks with a touchdown for Olave as he faces Murphy who has allowed a 66.7% reception percentage, 452 receiving yards and 4 touchdowns in his coverage this season. Fire him up!
Adam ThielenCAR$7700 / $7800Kyler GordonCHISafe
Thielen continues to lead the Panthers in snap and target percentage and this week the matchup sets up for Bryce Young to have some success passing the ball. Chicago is in the bottom 10 in coverage grades on PFF and Gordon has allowed nearly a 85% reception percentage in his coverage. This game sets up to be the best game of Young's young career and he will have his veteran slot man as a big part of that.
Jerry JeudyDEN$5200 / $6100Taron JohnsonBUFSafe
Johnson grades out as Buffalo's best cornerback, but he has allowed a 83.3% reception percentage and 3 touchdowns in his coverage. Buffalo has given up the 3rd most fantasy points to slot receivers so the matchup plays well for Jeudy to make some noise coming out of the bye in a game where they will likely have to throw to keep up with Josh Allen and the Bills.
Elijah MooreCLE$3600 / $5400Arthur MauletBALSafe
The Baltimore defense has been playing amazing, but they do have a weakness in the slot where Maulet allows a 71.4% reception percentage. The Ravens lead the leagues in sacks and Cleveland just lost their starting left tackle so Deshaun Watson will be feeling the pressure. That means he will have to get the ball out quick which should lead to a heavy target volume for his slot receiver Elijah Moore. I love the price on DK for a guy who should see plenty of targets this week.
Demario DouglasNE$4700 / $5700Kenny MooreINDModerate
If the Patriots are going to have any success this week in Germany they will need to get the ball in the hands of their young playmaker Douglas. He is seeing his playing time increase and played an 82.8% snap shar last week which was his highest snap percentage of the year. They will continue to look to get him more involved in the offense which makes him a solid value play at a reasonable DFS price.
Brandon PowellMIN$3200 / $5200Alontae TaylorNOModerate
I talked about how I dont like the matchups on the outside for Minnesota receivers, but Joshua Dobbs will have to throw to somebody. Powell has the best matchup against Taylor who has allowed over 400 receiving yards and 3 touchdowns in his coverge this season. He is playing about a 70% snap share so he is out there enough to make a difference and at this price, he doesnt need to do a whole lot to return value in DFS lineups.
Kyle PhilipsTEN$3000 / $5000Christian IzienTBModerate
For some reason the Buccaneers keep rolling out the undrafted rookie Izien at slot corner and he continues to get torched. He is allowing 13.7 yards per reception and at his minimum salary with Will Levis slinging the rock, Philips is a nice DFS pay-down option in a good matchup.

*Information gathered from research done at Pro Football Focus and from Kevin Tompkins' Target Report