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Which backup WR is more likely to get targets vs CIN?

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  • Which backup WR is more likely to get targets vs CIN?

    One of my fantasy teams has Percy Harvin on it, who is now ruled as extremely doubtful, and I need to pick up an emergency wideout for this week since Larry Fitzgerald is on bye. I figured if Nicks was limited that there would be a chance for some Giants backups to shine this weekend. Ramses Barden and Rueben Randle are both available in this league. Which of those two are more likely to see a target and do something with it?

    I'm Commander Shepard, and this is my favorite team in the NFL.

  • #2
    Randle. Barden doesn't seem to figure in the team's plans.

    Could be better options available, though. If Titus Young is ruled out, Ryan Broyles could be a nice start.

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    • #3
      Same situation as you. I need my third guy along with Bowe and Cruz since Fitz and Antonio Brown are out. I was thinking of signing Cotchery, Hawkins, or Bess. Not sure yet. It's just gonna be a week rental.
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      • #4
        Originally posted by gmen0820 View Post
        Same situation as you. I need my third guy along with Bowe and Cruz since Fitz and Antonio Brown are out. I was thinking of signing Cotchery, Hawkins, or Bess. Not sure yet. It's just gonna be a week rental.
        Of those three I like Bess the best. Although Hawkins scares me as a Giants fan this week. Don't like Cotchery at all.
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        • #5
          Another option for me is Manningham of all people...

          I'm Commander Shepard, and this is my favorite team in the NFL.

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          • #6
            Manningham is one of the most overly-owned players this year, Nate Washington is another. There have got to be better options than that.

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