A few weeks into the season, things should start clicking and you should know what your team needs to do to become your league’s champion. To help you, here we are with the usual Tuesday add and drop the discussion. This is Add / Drop Week 5.
Top 5 Additions
1 – RB Jordan Howard – Eagles
15 rushes, 82 yards, 2 touchdowns
2 – WR AJ Brown – Titans
3 receptions, 92 yards, 2 touchdowns
3 – RB Ronald Jones – Buccaneers
19 rushes, 70 yards, 49% snaps
4 – QB Jameis Winston – Buccaneers
28/41 385 yards, 4 touchdowns
Jameis Winston is a very streaky quarterback. However, coming off a monster performance and facing a dominant Saints, I think Winston can put up some good numbers. As long as the Buccaneers keep throwing the football.
5 – Antonio Callaway – Browns
Returns from 4 game suspension
With a very lackluster week of additions, Antonio Callaway could find his way on many rosters. With Jarvis Landry going down, I expect Callway to come up and have a nice stretch of weeks. If you do not get him, he could cost you in a league or two.
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Top 5 Drops
1 – WR Paul Richardson – Washington
3 receptions, 14 yards
2 – QB Case Keenum – Washington
6/11 yards 37 yards, 1 interception
I think at this point, it is clear that you should not own a single Washington player on your fantasy football team, unless you are playing with a punter. Then, in that case, I highly suggest Tress Way. This team is the worst team in football. You may not agree with me, but we have a Dolphins-Washington matchup on the horizon so we will find out soon. I guess we will see who tanks better. Either way, with Dwayne Haskins taking over in week 4, the Case Keenum era in Washington appears to be over. Considering how bad the rookie QB struggled against the Giants, things do not look productive for Paul Richardson in the near future.
RB Justin Jackson – Chargers
5 receptions, 26 yards
WR Devin Smith – Cowboys
79% snaps, 1 target
QB Josh Allen – Bills
13/28 153 yards, 3 interceptions