Buy Low, Sell High: Dynasty Stash Wide Receivers

A look at the best wide receivers to stash in dynasty leagues as we near the end of the fantasy season

As we get to the weeks that are usually past the trade deadline in dynasty leagues (I am in one without a trade deadline, which is fun, but crazy during the playoffs when teams get into arms races), it’s time to look ahead to next year and target speculative players to fill end of the bench spots when we are eliminated from the playoffs. We’ll go position-by-position over the next four weeks and separate players out into Snorkel, Scuba, and Submarine levels to serve dynasty players of all levels. Week 3: Wide Receivers


Devin Duvernay, BAL - The low volume Ravens pass offense is tough to get a fantasy foothold in, but Duvernay has made an impression with his speed, and Willie Snead IV is a free agent next year, which could make Duvernay the primary slot receiver.

Auden Tate, CIN - The Bengals will likely say sayonara to A.J. Green this year, which will open the door for Tate to take snaps in three-wide sets. He could be a common red zone target to help Joe Burrow, as the two had an excellent connection in training camp in red-zone drills this summer.

John Ross, CIN - Ross feels like a lost cause with sporadic production and play and frequent injuries, but his speed and quickness are undeniable and he just might turn the corner with a second organization considering the quality of his first one.

Donovan Peoples-Jones, CLE - The secret is out of the bag here as Peoples-Jones has been making some big plays on big stages. Rashard Higgins is a free agent next year and Peoples-Jones has made a credible case that quarterback play held him back in college and physical talents and skills should have merited a higher draft pick.

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