Welcome to the playoffs!  Unless you have an odd playoff schedule or one of those leagues that doesn’t have playoffs at all; wackiness I tell you, wackiness!  We have three WRs to present for your consideration this week.  Each is a little different and the dark horse of the group may not even be eligible to play WR in your league!  If he is eligible, he’s got one hell of a playoff schedule.  Read on and best if luck in the playoffs if you made it!

Next to each player is each team’s remaining schedule through week 16. In GREEN are the favorable matchups against the 10 worst pass defenses that allow the most fantasy points to opposing Wide Receivers. In RED are matchups with the top 10 pass defenses allowing the least fantasy points to opposing Wide Receivers.  You can probably figure out what BLACK means.

 

Malcolm Floyd - (BUF, BAL, DET) – The veteran receiver has been plagued with injuries this season but on Monday night heposted his third 100-yard game of the season.  He’s topped 100 yards in three of the past four games he’s managed to play in and both he and Philip Rivers look healthy and sharp.  Malcolm Floyd faces the Bills in Week 14 and they are below average, but not push overs.  After that it gets tougher with the Ravens and Lions.  Floyd should be a very good start for Week 14 and reliable for Week 15 and 16 as well.  Floyd is owned in less than 50% of leagues.

 

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