Tyrell Williams, WR, Los Angeles Chargers

After starting the season with only 192 receiving yards and 1 TD over the first five weeks of the season, Tyrell Williams has exploded for 236 yards and 3 TD’s over the last two weeks.

Williams was a top-20 wideout in fantasy in 2016 when Keenan Allen was sidelined for part of the season but disappointed finishing as WR45 last season. With former first round draft pick Mike Williams looking to enjoy a second year breakout to start this season, Tyrell Williams was all but dead to fantasy owners.

Tyrell Williams is suddenly back on the radar as one of the biggest deep threats in the league. Williams’ 15.9 yards per target is the most amongst all wideouts this season while his 21.4 yards per reception ranks third. With Philip Rivers looking just as good as ever this season and Keenan Allen underwhelming over the first half of the season, Williams makes for a decent dart throw in your WR3 slot who could give you a big game any given week.