High: Stefon Diggs ($8400)
The Bills are gonna throw the piss out of the ball. Too, a ton of those attempts invariably make their way to Diggs. Ahead of any given week, the concern with Diggs isn’t whether he’ll play well, but rather if the Bills will get out to such a huge lead that they’ll stop being so aggressive down the field. Luckily, the Chiefs are the rare team with the ammo and willpower to go shot for shot against the Bills, ensuring an active night for Allen and Diggs.
Middle: Mike Evans ($7000)
Everybody in Tampa is still hurt and Evans has been Brady’s favorite target for the last two-and-a-quarter years. Even accounting for his early ejection against Saints in Week 2, Evans has led the Buccaneers in receiving yards in three of the four games he’s played this year—and in the only game he didn’t lead the team, he was still in second place, just two yards behind the leader.
Value: Rondale Moore ($4200)
This week’s slate is chockablock with value plays at receiver. Namely, Rondale Moore showed out in his first start of the year last week (seven catches on eight targets for 68 yards). Still, his early season injury has him woefully underpriced despite being a top option in a plum matchup. Similarly, George Pickens ($4600) and Darius Slayton ($3600) are both nominative #1 receivers who are massive bargains this week.