Jamison Crowder / Corey Davis, New York Jets at Atlanta Falcons (London, ENG)
It took Crowder four weeks to make an impact on 2021 but it didn’t take long for him to score a touchdown. He was also targeted nine times, catching seven of them for 61 yards. He takes over the Braxton Berrios role in this offense, who was keeping it warm for Crowder and gives Zach Wilson a dependable safety valve.
Crowder will be able to roam freely in the Falcons’ secondary, along with Corey Davis, who recently had his second big game of the season. Five different receivers have scored at least 13.0 fantasy points while another three hit 7.0 fantasy points. The floor should be high on both Crowder and Davis going into this game.
Jakobi Myers, New England Patriots at Houston Texans — Meyers still hasn’t scored a touchdown in his career but he is on pace to have career highs in every category after this season. He is averaging 10.0 targets and nearly 7.0 receptions per game. He’ll never give you that non-PPR value you’re looking for, because you’re chasing a touchdown he’ll never get. But in PPR leagues, especially full point per reception leagues, Meyers has come through regularly and could finish in the top 25 receivers this week.
Marquise Brown, Baltimore Ravens vs. Indianapolis Colts — It seems the one week we featured Brown as a start this season was the one week had his worst case of the dropsies. In Week 3 against the Lions he dropped three sure-touchdown passes. Last week he caught nearly everything thrown his way for a 17.0 point day. He remains the Ravens’ best receiver heading into a money matchup against the Colts.