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Nobody has a more stacked lineup of fantasy analysts and NFL team reporters than ESPN. It’s the rare backfield by committee that is actually a good thing for fantasy managers. Every Tuesday, we’ll ask our NFL Nation reporters a series of burning questions to help inform your waiver-wire pickups and roster decisions.
This was a big week for those borderline WR3 candidates rostered in about 40-80% of ESPN leagues. DJ Chark Jr., Jerry Jeudy, Christian Kirk, Curtis Samuel and John Brown all hit season highs with at least 99 receiving yards.
But which of these guys can you trust to keep this up going forward? As always, our team reporters are here to help.
Rookie quarterback Jake Luton proved to be a boon to Chark’s fantasy prospects while filling in for injured starter Gardner Minshew. Chark ended a skid of three straight quiet performances by catching seven passes for 146 yards — including a 73-yard TD. It was Chark’s first 100-yard game of the season and his first TD since Week 4.
Matthew Berry pitches the idea to Field Yates of trading James Robinson heading into the