Getty images. Pictured: Chase Claypool, Alexander Mathison
- Steelers WR Chase Claypool. Vikings RB Alexander Mathison. Chiefs WR Mecole Hardman
- Sean Körner – the number one season in the fantasy football rankings for three of the last five seasons – is smashing his best fantastic football goals to give up football.
- Find out why these are his first three pickups heading to week 6 and how much you need to spend to acquire them.
With the extended deadline for waiving a fantasy football waiver, Sean Körner breaks his gaze to the first three goals, which focus on week 6. It also includes how much of his budget to acquire a free agency (FAAB) he would be willing to spend, to acquire them players.
Alexander Mathison, WR, Vikings
Mattison Must is already included in every league, but as of Wednesday night it is available in 57% of Yahoo leagues.
Mattison has a built-in lid – it offers an RB3 / Flex value when Dalwin Cook is strong, but shoots up to RB1 when Cook is out.
Mattison is currently ranked as RB4 for week 6, and Cook doubts Sunday. After all, Mattison may only be a one-week rental, but he deserves a healthy offer for his long-term value.
FAAB costs: 40-65%
Chase Claypool, WR, Steelers
We hope you read my Level 5 weeks and accepted my advice to hide Claypool as a potential “league winner”.
On Sunday, he took advantage of Diontay Johnson, who was injured during the game, but the rookie won all four touchdowns. It is now impossible to get it at a reasonable price.
It’s unclear how the Steelers will use Claypool if Johnson is able to return this week. But Claypool has definitely won a leading role in this crime and I am currently ranking it as my WR23 for week 6.
His range of results for the rest of the season is somewhere between WR1 to WR3 / Flex.
FAAB costs: 25-50%
Mecole Hardman, WR, Chiefs
Hardman is the other broadcaster I’ve recommended as a hideout for “winning a league,” but we couldn’t trust him in our squad until he either passed Demarcus Robinson on completed routes or one of the other WRs of the bosses didn’t. fell. Well, Sammy Watkins’ lower leg injury opens the door for Hardman to explode over the next few games.
Claypool and Hardman have the talent and the opportunity to establish themselves as WR2 for the rest of the season, but Claypool has the clearest way up and I would prefer it. However, you can take Hardman a lot cheaper.
FAAB costs: 15-25%
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