Welcome to the weekly wide receiver/cornerback breakdown for fantasy football Week 13! Here, we analyze each of the outside matchups one by one, as well as 10 of my favorite matchups in the slot. With a heavy bye week and league playoff pictures taking shape, 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 13

WR CB Matchup Report
Left WR vs Right CB
Wide ReceiverTeamDK / FD $CornerbackOppMatchup
Marquise BrownARI$5200 / $6800Joey Porter Jr.PITModerate
We still haven't seen Brown pop with Kyler Murrar back like we expected, but we saw a move in the right direction last week. He had 12 targets and caught 6 passes for 88 yards but didn't score. We like to see that volume, but the matchup is tough this week with Brown likely to see a potential shadow from Porter so we might need to wait until after the bye for the blowup game.
Drake LondonATL$4900 / $6500D.J. ReedNYJRisky
Last week London had a 36.8% target share and is clearly the guy Desmond Ridder is looking for when he drops back to pass. The issue this week is that they face the Jets secondary who puts the clamps on even the best passing offenses. Atlanta will likely run a ton so London has a very limited ceiling this week in a very tough matchup
Odell Beckham.BAL#N/Abye#N/Abye
Stefon DiggsBUF#N/Abye#N/Abye
DJ Chark Jr.CAR$3200 / $5600Zyon McCollumTBRisky
Even against a brutal Tampa Bay secondary, Chark doesn't see enough targets to be considered anything but a risky play.
DJ MooreCHI#N/Abye#N/Abye
Ja'Marr ChaseCIN$8100 / $7900Montaric BrownJACSafe
It has been a rough go for Ja'Marr Chase managers since he lost Joe Burrow. He has only scored 21 fantasy points these past 2 weeks but at least we still saw a 24% target share from Jake Browning last week. Matching up against Brown, opposite Williams, will be an advantage for Chase as Brown has given up 335 receiving yards and 3 touchdowns in his coverage. Even with shaky quarterback play, I do like Chase this week in a plus matchup in what should be a higher scoring game.
Amari CooperCLE$5700 / $6700Derion KendrickLARModerate
After another quarterback injury in Cleveland, it looks like Cooper will have either PJ Walker or Joe Flacco under center this week. HIs production has been dipping and with so much uncertainty at quarterback it is hard to consider him a safe play. I wont quite call him risky yet, but he certainly is not safe, even in a good matchup against the Rams defense.
Michael GallupDAL$3600 / $5000Tariq WoolenSEARisky
Wollen was benched last week for missed tackles so it will be interesting to see if Pete Carroll was just sending a message or if he stays with Michael Jackson. Either way, Gallup's role is shrinking with Dallas and the lack of targets and now lack of snap share (only played 33% last week) makes him even more risky. By next week we could be looking at Jalen Tolbert in this starting role instead of Gallup.
Courtland SuttonDEN$5400 / $6900Steven NelsonHOUSafe
It was a tougher matchup last week for Sutton against a stout Cleveland defense, but Sutton still saw a 28.6% target share to lead the team. For some reason, even with 8 touchdowns on the season, he is still priced too low in DFS and is an every week play at this price, especially on DK. The matchup is tougher again this week against Nelson who has only allowed 1 touchdown in his coverage, but the way Denver has been playing and winning games, and the way Sutton gets used especially in the redzone makes him a viable play in all formats,
Jameson WilliamsDET$3600 / $5200Isaac YiadomNOModerate
I like to see the trend of increased usage for Williams and it seems that they're ramping up his workload. Before the bye, he was only playing about 40% snap share and int he past 2 weeks he has been out there for about 64% of the snaps. He is still only seeing 3 targets a game but as the playing time increases, so should the targets. With Marshon Lattimore on IR, the Lions could look to exploit the backup cornerback Yiadom and that could be great for Jamo. He will certainly be a high upside pay-down option for me in my DFS lineups this week.
Romeo DoubsGB$4800 / $5900Jaylen WatsonKCSafe
Finally last week Christian Watson outplayed Romeo Doubs but it is once again Doubs who has the better matchup this week. Watson will likely see a shadow from L'Jarius Sneed which will leave Doubs against Jaylen Watson who has allowed 5 touchdowns in his coverage. With a favorable price tag and everybody's attention on Watson and Jayden Reed, Doubs is a solid contrarian option in DFS and a playable flex in season long leagues.
Nico CollinsHOU$6800 / $7600Fabian MoreauDENSafe
In this article last week I said "I predict it to be a Collins week and I would be getting him in my lineups", and he didn't disappoint with a 7 for 104 and a touchdown and 23.4 fantasy points in a PPR league. Normally against Denver I would want to play the receiver who doesn't draw the Surtain shadow, but this week I really don't think Surtain will shadow since both Collins and Tank Dell are playing great football. Theyll each see some Surtain and even when they get Moreau he's no slouch as he has yet to allow a touchdown in his coverage. Its a tough matchup but Nico's usage and production still make him playable.
Michael PittmanIND$7100 / $7900Kristian FultonTENSafe
Another hit from last week's article where I said "I love a Pittman play this week in all formats" and he caught 10 passes for 107 yards for over 20 fantasy points. Pittman gets another good matchup this week against Fulton who has allowed a 72% reception percentage and 518 receiving yards in his coverage. Fire Pittman up once again this week!
Calvin RidleyJAC$6400 / $7400Chidobe AwuzieCINSafe
Fresh off a 31 fantasy point performance Ridley again had a solid game last week with 19.9 fantasy points and another touchdown. What I love to see is the 93% snap percentage and nearly 15 yards per target. Ridley is making big plays and gets Awuzie in his first game back from injury. With him clicking on all cylinders right now, its a good enough matchup to continue to ride the hot hand.
Marquez Valdes-ScantlingKC$3100 / $5200Jaire AlexanderGBRisky
I'm pretty sure Patrick Mahomes has lost his faith in MVS after some key drops. He only caught 1 pass last week and just doesn't get enough volume to play anywhere.
Davante AdamsLV#N/Abye#N/Abye
Quentin JohnstonLAC$4000 / $5700Jonathan JonesNERisky
There seems to be a rotation on the outside for the Chargers and Johnston only played a 43.9% snap share last week. We just havent seen enough from Johnston and the usage isnt enough to upgrade him from risky yet.
Tutu AtwellLAR$3800 / $5800Martin Emerson Jr.CLERisky
I was dead-on last week when I wrote "Both Kupp and Nacua are expected to play, but their roles may be limited and that will make Atwell a very intriguing, low-owned, DFS pay-down option." His 10.6 fantasy points were nearly a 3x return as a pay down but I am not going to go back to that well this week in a tougher matchup against the Cleveland defense that is one of the best in the league.
Jaylen WaddleMIA$7600 / $7800Kendall FullerWASSafe
It was a solid performance last week for Waddle going 8 for 8 for 114 yards in a tough matchup against arguably the best cornerback duo in the league. Waddle will continue to play second fiddle to Tyreek Hill, but it is basically a 2 man show in the receiving corps so there is enough meat on the bone to play Waddle, especially in a good matchup against Washington's struggling defense.
Justin JeffersonMIN#N/Abye#N/Abye
Devante ParkerNE$3300 / $5300Deane LeonardLACRisky
I dont care if the Chargers are a bottom 12 coverage defense or if Leonard is a backup corner, playing any part of the New England passing game is risky. If you want to throw a dart at Parker in a GPP and hope for a big play you can since the matchup is good, but Im not touching this passing offense with a 10 foot pole.
A.T. PerryNO$3300 / $5700Jerry JacobsDETModerate
With no Michael Thomas, it is Perry who steps in to his role on the outside. The Saints will also be without Shaheed and Olave is still in concussion protocol so if all of them aren't out there Perry should see a bulk of the target share. He is still at a super low price and in a good matchup against Jacobs who has allowed 6 touchdowns in his coverage. I like Perry for DFS and I'm even using him in a flex in a league where the heavy bye week left me looking deep for production.
Darius SlaytonNYG#N/Abye#N/Abye
Garrett WilsonNYJ$6000 / $6900A.J.TerrellATLRisky
I heard a crazy stat this week that WIlson is the only Jets receiver with more than 20 receptions on the season and thats just crazy. He has a crazy 32.3% target share on the season and even with poor quarterback play he gets enough volume to be productive at the end of the day somehow. While the volume is there and production also has been, I anticipate a down week this week in a tough matchup against a tough cover corner in Terrell who also has solid safety help in double teams also.
A.J. BrownPHI$8800 / $8400Deommodore LenoirSFSafe
Lenoir hasn't allowed a touchdown in his coverage yet this year, but he is allowing a 72.5% reception percentage. With the pressure that San Francisco front 7 will put on Jalen Hurts, he will need to rely on Brown to get open quickly and they've had success with that all season. The tough matchup limits his ceiling this week, but the volume will be there which makes him a safe floor play in season long leagues.
George PickensPIT$4800 / $6600Kei'Trel ClarkARISafe
I am all in on Pickens this week in DFS. He has a very favorable price, especially on DK, and I expect to see the volume and target percentage to continue to increase. Pickens is a playmaker and with more opportunity will come more big plays. Against Arizona's bottom 10 coverage defense and Clark who has allowed a 73% reception percentage and 341 receiving yards in his coverage, I'm firing up Pickens and expecting him to find the endzone this week.
Brandon AiyukSF$7200 / $8000James BradberryPHISafe
While Bradberry and Slay are a solid cornerback duo, they haven't been lock down this year like they have in the past. Philly has allowed 23 receiving touchdowns on the season and Aiyuk is on a 3 game touchdown streak. This game has shootout potential and Aiyuk should continue to produce in all lineups.
DK MetcalfSEA$6500 / $6800Da'Ron BlandDALModerate
The Seattle passing game has been struggling and they get a tough matchup this week against Dallas and their secondary that is playing lights out. Specifically, Metcalf will see a ton of Bland who just set a NFL record with the most interception touchdowns in a season. As much as I like DK, the offensive struggles and tough matchup downgrades him this week.
Mike EvansTB$7700 / $8300Donte JacksonCARSafe
Baker Mayfield continues to love Evans and we saw Evans catch 2 touchdowns last week. He has touchdowns in 5 of his last 6 games and gets a favorable matchup against Jackson who has allowed a 69% reception percentage and 423 receiving yards in his coverage. Its a plus matchup for a man who sees the targets so Evans is a safe play once again.
DeAndre HopkinsTEN$6100 / $7000Jaylon JonesINDSafe
Jones is the better matchup on the opposite side of Kenny Moore so Tennessee should line Hopkins up against Jones as much as they can. The issue is that they will also likely run the ball plenty against a weak Indy rush defense so there may not be enough passing volume for Hopkins to have a big game. He is still the leading target getter and has a decent enough matchup to use this week, just dont expect a super high ceiling.
Terry McLaurinWAS$5500 / $6700Jalen RanseyMIARisky
Washington throws A LOT, but even in a game where he saw 11 targets last week, McLaurin only mustered 9 fantasy points. It was a tough matchup, but he gets another good corner across from him this week in Ramsey so the ceiling is once again limited for McLaurin and we cant call him safe yet even with the favorable target percentage.
Right WR vs Left CB
Wide ReceiverTeamDraftKings/FanDuelCornerbackOppMatchup
Greg DortchARI$3700 / $5200Levi WallacePITModerate
In back to back weeks Dortch has scored double digit fantasy points filling in for the injured Michael Wilson. He has a 20% target share last week and I like him a lot as a DFS pay down option this week. Brown should see the Porter shadow on the other side so it leaves Dortch and Rondale Moore to see an increased target percentage this week.
Van JeffersonATL$3100 / $5000Sauce GardnerNYJRIsky
Jefferson continues to split the snap share opposite Drake London with Khadarel Hodge so the usage is spotty. Combine that with a tough matchup against one of the best corners in the league and Jefferson is a risky start.
Zay FlowersBAL#N/Abye#N/Abye
Gabe DavisBUF#N/Abye#N/Abye
Jonathan MingoCAR$3300 / $5400Carlton Davis IIITBModerate
I'm going back to the well this week with Mingo. The talent is there, the usage is there and this week the matchup is also there. With the coaching change, Carolina should look to get the ball in the hands of their playmakers and Mingo is one of them. The Tampa Bay secondary is the 3rd lowest graded team in coverage according to PFF. I dont trust him enough to use in season long leagues, but I like him as a pay down GPP option this week.
Equanimeous St. BrownCHI#N/Abye#N/Abye
Trenton IrwinCIN$3000 / $4900Darious WilliamsJACRisky
I'm listing Irwin here but it could be Tee Higgins making a return. Keep an eye on the injury reports Thursday and Friday to see how Higgins is progressing. Either way, Wlliams is graded 13 of the 120 cornerbacks graded in coverage by PFF and poses a tough matchup to either receiver. The tough matchup and backup quarterback makes this a risky start this week.
Cedric TillmanCLE$3100 / $5300Ahkello WitherspoonLARRisky
Tillman got more involved in the offense last week and saw a 12.8% target share. With questionable quarterback play in Cleveland we really don't know what to expect so Tillman remains a risky start who can only be used as a GPP dart throw.
Brandin CooksDAL$4900 / $6000Devon WitherspoonSEAModerate
For the 3rd straight week, Cooks led the Cowboys in receiving yards and continues to see the largest snap share of all the secondary receivers behind CeeDee Lamb. The matchup looks tough on paper, but Witherspoon does move into the slot half the time so he may end up moving inside to match up against CeeDee Lamb which would leave an inferior corner on Cooks. Still at a favorable price in DFS, I will continue to use Cooks this week in all formats.
Marvin MimsDEN$3300 / $4800Derek StingleyHOURisky
We're still only seeing about a 50% snap share from Mims so even though he has a lot of talent, we cant trust him until we see better usage.
Josh ReynoldsDET$3400 / $5600Paulson AdeboNORisky
In last week's article I predicted "a turkey day touchdown" for Reynolds and he got one. He gets a much tougher matchup this week and I dont like playing him against Adebo who is the 2nd highest grade corner on PFF and has yet to allow a touchdown in his coverage this season.
Christian WatsonGB$4600 / $6000L'Jarius SneedKCModerate
Watson finally had a big game last week and scored over 20 fantasy points for the first time of the season. He will likely see the Sneed shadow this week and Sneed hasn't allowed a touchdown in his coverage yet this season. Watson will get the targets to still catch a few passes, but I dont see this week being a high ceiling game for Watson in a tough matchup so I will look elsewhere in DFS.
Tank DellHOU$7400 / $8200Pat SurtainDENModerate
I'll say the same thing I said for Nico Collins for Dell... Normally against Denver I would want to play the receiver who doesn't draw the Surtain shadow, but this week I really dont think Surtain will shadow since both Collins and Tank Dell are playing great football. Theyll each see some Surtain and even when they get Moreau hes no slouch as he has yet to allow a touchdown in his coverage. Its a tough matchup but Tank's usage and production still make him playable.
Alec PierceIND$3300 / $5300Sean Murphy-BuntingTENRisky
Pierce plays a high snap percentage and runs plenty of routes but has only caught more than 3 passes once this season and it was last week when he caught 4 for 27 yards. He is a risky start but gets a ton of exercise every week!
Zay JonesJAC$3700 / $5300Cam Taylor-BrittCINModerate
We saw the usage ramp up a bit from a 63% snap percentage to 71% last week. CIncinnati is the lowest graded team in PFF coverage grades so it's a good matchup for all Jaguars receivers. The problem is that there are a few good ones in that offense and they limit the ceiling of the others. I like the matchup, but the other receivers are clicking right now so I cant fully trust Jones yet.
Justin WatsonKC$3500 / $5300Carrington ValentineGBRisky
The Chiefs have a rotation of receivers playing about 50% of the snaps in a rotation with Watson "leading" them. Rashee Rice stepped up last week out of the slot and it looks like Mahomes will be using him along with Kelce as his favorite targets, leaving just scraps for Watson and the other ancillary pieces.
Jakobi MeyersLV#N/Abye#N/Abye
Jalen GuytonLAC$3300 / $5300J.C. JacksonNEModerate
The usage is there for Johnston and he was out there for a 85 and 80% snap share the past 2 weeks while being second on the team in target share both weeks. He hasn't been able to do anything with the increase in usage but this week could be the one where he makes a big play against a weak New England secondary. Jackson is the 118th graded corner on PFF of the 120 they graded and has been a turnstile for opposing receivers all season. If ever Guyton was going to make the big play it would be this week so he can be a sneaky GPP play.
Puka NacuaLAR$7000 / $7200Greg Newsome IICLESafe
Puka played through an injury last week but still led the team in targets. He had a tough matchup last week and faces a tough defense again this week. This one could go either way, but there's enough volume coming Puka's way that he remains a playable asset, especially in a week with a lot of solid options on bye.
Tyreek HillMIA$9600 / $10000Benjamin St-JusteWASModerate
There's not a chance in the world that St-Juste can stay with Hill and while there is a chance Miami gets a big lead and runs the ball, Hill will be a part of how they get the lead. He could be a slate breaker this week in a good matchup and is worth the price even at the high salary, especially since I gave you several viable pay-down options to fit him in lineups.
Jordan AddisonMIN#N/Abye#N/Abye
JuJu Smith-SchusterNE$3200 / $5400Asante Samuel Jr.LACRisky
New England is a mess, I'm not touching JuJu.
Lynn BowdenNO$3000 / $5200Cameron SuttonDETRisky
The Saints wide receiver room is decimated and a combination of Bowden and Keith Kirkland will rotate in this spot. Even against Detroit who is weak in coverage, I cant trust these guys enough to recommend either of them.
Jalin HyattNYG#N/Abye#N/Abye
Jason BrownleeNYJ$3000 / $5100Jeff OkudahATLRisky
Last week Brownlee played a 98% snap percentage but only saw 2 targets. This offense is struggling with poor quarterback play and Okudah and Atlanta is a tough matchup for an undrafted rookie receiver with a shaky backup quarterback.
DeVonta SmithPHI$7300 / $7700Charvarius WardSFModerate
Philly is going to need everybody in what should be the game of the week against San Francisco. The 49ers are the 3rd highest graded team in PFF coverage grades so it is a tough matchup, but there should be enough volume to make Smith playable in season long leagues as a low end WR2.
Diontae JohnsonPIT$5000 / $6800Starling Thomas VARISafe
For 2 weeks in a row now Johnson led the Steelers with 8 targets but again didn't do much with them. As of Wednesday, both Antonio Hamilton and Starling Thomas weren't practicing so Johnson could be seeing a very favorable matchup against a backup corner on an already weak secondary. I like the matchup and the volume so Johnson is a solid play this week.
Deebo SamuelSF$6200 / $7300Darius SlayPHISafe
The 49ers find ways to get Deebo involved and last week we saw him lead the team in targets and receptions while also scoring a rushing touchdown. That wont happen every week, but the playmaking ability always makes him a viable play. The matchup is tougher this week against Slay, but the Eagles are giving up points to receivers this year so Deebo can be very useful in what could be a high scoring game between 2 good teams.
Tyler LockettSEA$5900 / $6500Stephon GilmoreDALModerate
Dallas has a defense firing on all cylinders and a cornerback duo that is one of the best in the league. Gilmore has only allowed a 50% reception percentage in his coverage this year so its a tougher matchup for Lockett this week. With the Seattle offense struggling and a tough matchup at hand, I cant call Lockett a safe play this week.
Chris GodwinTB$6300 / $6300CJ HendersonCARSafe
I like the matchup for Godwin this week against Henderson who is the 114th graded corner of the 120 graded on PFF and is just returning from a concussion. He has allowed a 78% reception percentage when he has been out there and this could be a great get-right spot for Godwin who only has 1 touchdown this season. In a favorable matchup and with the Buccaneers needing a win badly, I wouldn't be surprised to see a nice game with a score from Godwin this week.
Nick Westbrook-Ikhine-IkhineTEN$3200 / $5500Kenny MooreINDRisky
The usage for Westbrook-Ikhine is encouraging as he played a 75.5% snap percentage last week. He is running as the #2 in Tennessee until Treylon Burks returns but this week is a tough matchup against Moore. Moore has 3 interceptions and has yet to allow a touchdown in his coverage. Although the usage is good, I would be looking elsewhere this week.
Jahan DotsonWAS$4600 / $5900Xavien HowardMIARisky
Likely to be playing from behind again, Washington should once again throw a lot and Dotson should see a large chunk of the target share. McLaurin will have the tougher matchup on the other side so Sam Howell should look to Dotson plenty against Howard. I like the matchup and the predictive gamescript enough to call Dotson a safe play with a high floor.

Top matchups in the slot for Week 13

Slot WR vs Slot CB
Wide ReceiverTeamDraftKings/FanDuelCornerbackOppMatchup
Amon-Ra St. BrownDET$8500 / $8500Alontae TaylorNOSafe
This is the kind of matchup on paper that you dream about. St. Brown is one of the best receivers in the league and gets a heavy 28.7% target share in Detroit. Taylor is one of the corners we target as much as we can with his 506 receiving yards and 3 touchdowns against his coverage. Taylor is graded as the 105th corner on PFF and ARSB should be able to easily take advantage of this plus matchup and get back in the endzone after a brief touchdown break last week.
CeeDee LambDAL$8900 / $8800Jamal AdamsSEASafe
Adams is known for being a hard hitting safety but he is very soft in coverage in the slot. He has allowed an 84.6% reception percentage when targeted in coverage and Lamb has seen 9 or more targets and scored double digit fantasy points in all 5 games since the bye week. I am a little concerned that Witherspoon will travel to the slot against Lamb to limit his ceiling, but the targets will still be plenty for CeeDee.
Keenan AllenLAC$9000 / $9000Myles BryantNESafe
All 3 of these first 3 slot options are in great spots and I don't think you can go wrong paying up for any of them. In this case, you get the crafty veteran Allen going up against Bryant who has allowed over 84% of the passes in his coverage to be caught. He has also allowed 3 touchdowns on the season and I wouldn't be surprised to see that number go up this week.
Cooper KuppLAR$7800 / $7100Mike FordCLESafe
Still nursing an ankle issue, Kupp played through the injury last week but didn't do much. He only caught 3 passes for 18 yards but was still tied for the 2nd most targets on the team. This week, another week healthier, he gets a matchup against a backup corner in Ford. Its a good matchup and a good spot for a Cooper Kupp bounce back game.
Adam ThielenCAR$6600 / $7000Christian IzienTBSafe
This could be a sneaky contrarian DFS play this week at a very reasonable salary. Coming off the dud last week, Thielen could be a lower rostered player and I think we see a bounce back this week. Teams tend to rally around interim head coaches and if Bryce Young is relieved that the coach is gone, he will want to show that he himself isn't the problem . In order to do that, he will need to count on his most trustworthy receiver all year in Thielen who gets a great matchup against a beat up and vulnerable Buccaneers secondary. The veteran Thielen should get the better of the 7th round rookie Izien.
Chris OlaveNO$6900 / $7500Brian BranchDETSafe
Olave is in danger of missing this game in the leagues concusssion protocol. I am leaving him in the article in case he does play since he would be peppered with targets with Michael Thomas and Rashid Shaheed both looking to be missing this game. Branch is a very good young defender, but he did allow a TD last week to Jayden Reed.
Jayden ReedGB$4400 / $6100Trent McDuffieKCSafe
I love seeing how Reed emerged this year and has quickly become a favorite target of Jordan Love. Last week he led the team in targets and with tougher matchups on the outsides against better corners this week, Green Bay would be smart to continue getting Reed the ball. McDuffie is no pushover, but the volume and 2 touchdowns in his last 3 ganes makes Reed a good start this week in a game Green Bay should have to throw a lot.
Josh DownsIND$5100 / $6100Roger McCrearyTENSafe
Coming out of the bye week, Downs picked up where he left off and has easily established himself as the WR2 in Indy. It is definitely easier to pass on Tennessee's defense than it is to run so they should continue to target Downs heavily in this one to take advantage of McCreary's near 70% reception percentage allowed in his coverage.
Christian KirkJAC$5800 / $6900Mike HiltonCINModerate
With Zay Jones back and Calvin Ridley finally living up to expectations things have gotten a little murky in Jacksonville. Kirk still led all receivers in targets but it was Ridley who got the touchdown. Hilton is a solid corner and hasn't allowed a touchdown yet in his coverage. With the spread out offense and the tougher matchup I'm downgrading Kirk from safe to moderate this week.
Rashee RiceKC$5600 / $6100Keisean NixonGBModerate
Could we finally be seeing what we've been waiting for all year? Kansas City has struggled at the receiver position but last week we saw Rice get targeted 10 times and turn that into 8 catches for 107 yards and a touchdown. If he has become the trusted receiver for Patrick Mahomes, then Im willing to pay for him in DFS and get him in all my season-long lineups, especially against Nixon who has allowed a 79.6% reception percentage in his coverage.

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