Which low-salary options are the most appealing for lineups?
- Will Grier
- Devlin Hodges-Mason Rudolph
- Kareem Hunt
- Patrick Laird
- Royce Freeman
- Adrian Peterson
- Greg Ward
- Steven Sims Jr.
- Marquise Brown
- Corey Davis
- John Ross
- Danny Amendola
- Christian Kirk
- Mike Gesicki
- Greg Olsen-Ian Thomas
- Jacob Hollister
Greg Ward -- Ward showed a lot of moxie last week, catching a game-winning touchdown in the back corner of the end zone. The Eagles are in a must-win game, at home, against the Cowboys. If Ward doesn't match last week's heroics, the Eagles aren't going the playoffs. Expect Ward to get 8+ targets and, as a result, he's worth rolling the dice at his low salary.
Marquise Brown -- A juicy matchup and undeniable chemistry with his star quarterback make Brown a viable option every week in GPPs. His target share is too volatile for cash builds, but don't be surprised if he takes one or two deep against the Browns.
Danny Amendola -- David Blough peppered Amendola with targets, and there's no logical reason to expect that to change against the Broncos. In PPR scoring, Amendola is a viable asset. In 1/2 point PPR, he's more of a fringe player to round out a set of diverse lineup builds.
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