Welcome to Fantasy Football Start & # 39; Em, Sit & # 39; Em for the 9th week of the NFL season. Our wide receiver lineup this week has two catchers to pass the Jacksonville Jaguars in line for big performances. Plus, the superstar pass hunter who continues to see his fantasy starry consciousness.
* Reminder: Start & # 39; Em, Sit & # 39; Em aims to present you with an unprecedented choice for your fantasy cast. We dig deep into player matches, noting trends and other factors to help you best in your fantasy decisions. Superstars like Julio Jones and DeAndre Hopkins will not be found in this column. If you are looking for players of their caliber, check out our weekly fantasy football wide receiver rankings .
Start-Sit [ QBs | RBs | TEs | DEF | Ks]
Follow  Heavy on Fantasy & Betting for the latest betting, odds and pick news
WR: Start & # 39; Em
Start of the week : Kenny Golladay at OAK
Golladay rebounded from bad Week 7, showing a 28+ fantasy mindset in Week 8. Goal number one The Lions have averaged close to nine goals in all but one game this season. He also averaged 122 receiving yards in two of his last three games. Auckland is giving way to the fourth-most fantastic point of sale in 2019. Over the past three games, the Raiders have allowed opponents the number one goal to reach an average of 113 receiving yards.
DJ Chark Vs. HOU  Chark saw his biggest targets of the season in Week 8 with a huge 12. He also found the end zone after a two-game drought. Chark has already scored one touchdown in five touchdowns in five of his eight games this season. Houston has allowed nine to receive sensory flyovers on floodlights in Week 5. Only the Eagles and Bookers are transferring more fantasy points to wide receivers than the Texans are doing this season.
Michael Gallup in NYG
Gallup has been meaningless for two consecutive weeks, while being punished for missing passes, mostly by Skip Bayless . While it is true that Gallup has the seventh-highest slugging percentage this season, he also averages eight goals a week, and his 15 fantasy points rank 21st in his receiver position, which has played at least five matches. The New York giants broadcast eight of the most fantastic points across wide spaces, which included allowing not one, not two, but three Lions receivers to eclipse a double-digit scoring a week ago.
Sleeping: Chris Conley Vs. HOU
While Gardner Minshew's fashion statements and DJ Chark's breakout season continue to steal headlines in Duval, Chris Conley continues to produce quietly. The former Kansas City mayor has averaged seven goals and 93 receptions in the last two weeks. We've already touched on how terrible Houston's secondary is against the pass this season. The Texans allowed two Raiders receivers on each eclipse 87 to gain yards and score a touchdown in Week 8. There must be more than enough fantastic points for both Chark and Conley to become viable starting options this week.
WR: Sit & # 39; Em
Week of the Week: Marquis Brown vs. NE
Hollywood's fantastic value really took a hit after its wonderful two-week premiere in the NFL. Since Week 2, Brown has averaged only 31 receiving yards, while also missing two injured games. Coach Harbaugh has announced that his quick latitude is really about to play this Sunday, but that may not matter in terms of fantasy. The Patriots have delivered the fewest fantasy points to receivers this season. New England owns all but four wide receivers under double-digit fantasy points, while allowing only one lone to get a touch on the position.
Curtis Samuel vs. TEN
Samuel makes our Sit list for the second consecutive week Curtback Kyle Allen has failed to score an average of 190 yards in the last three weeks. Samuel has averaged just 7.43 fantasy points in three of his last four games. Tennessee is an extremely difficult game for receivers, as the Titans allow the seventh-most points in a point-of-play this season.
Christian Kirk vs. SF
Kirk finally returned to the playing field last week and quickly rewarded the owners who wrote him out throughout his injury period. However, if we can secure it with Kirk on our bench for all those weeks before, you may want to throw it there, at least for this coming week. Since the 49ers' 4-of-4 chao, they have not allowed a single wide application to score more than 9.50 fantasy points. They also held all but one receiver up to 46 receiving yards during that time.
Buyers Beware: Odell Beckham, Jr. at DEN
At this point, I think it's quite clear that the return on investment for OBJ this season is nowhere near where fantastic teams would hope it would. This is likely to continue into Week 9, as the Denver Broncos allow their third fewest points to expand in 2019. The three-time Pro Bowl receiver has failed to average 40 yards in four of his last five games.
READ NEXT : Fantasy: 9 Week Wide Ranking