WR Curtis Samuel, Panthers (ESPN: 42%; Yahoo: 30%): It seems head coach Matt Rhule has finally figured out how to utilize Samuel properly. He has 19 receptions, 225 total yards and four total touchdowns the past three games. He's had at least three carries in five of seven games and Christian McCaffrey is "day-to-day" after injuring his shoulder in his first action in almost two months.
RB Jordan Wilkins, Colts (ESPN: 7%; Yahoo: 25%): Wilkins has out-snapped (62-47) and out-touched (34-21) rookie Jonathan Taylor the last two games and Indianapolis' next six games are very favorable with soft run defenses — Tennessee (twice), Green Bay, Houston (twice) and Las Vegas.
TE Austin Hooper, Browns (ESPN: 40%; Yahoo: 41%): Hooper is likely to return this week after missing two games due to an appendectomy. He had five receptions in each of his previous three games and that was with a healthy Odell Beckham Jr.
QB Tua Tagovailoa, Dolphins (ESPN: 20%; Yahoo: 24%): Now that's more like it! Tagovailoa held his own against Kyler Murray and has a very favorable upcoming schedule — L.A. Chargers, at Denver, at N.Y. Jets and Cincinnati.
WR Allen Lazard, Packers (ESPN: 31%; Yahoo: 38%): I choose Lazard if you're asking me who I prefer between him and Marquez Valdes-Scantling going forward.
BONUS: RB Duke Johnson, Texans (ESPN: 16%; Yahoo: 16%): Johnson produced 73 total yards, four receptions and a touchdown with David Johnson sidelined due to a concussion. He'll be a one-week plug-and-play option if David doesn't make it through the NFL's protocol in time.
BONUS: WR Jalen Reagor, Eagles (ESPN: 14%; Yahoo: 24%): Reagor is next up on my list of rookie receivers from a historic draft class to have a break-out performance. He'll be Philadelphia's primary outside threat going forward.
BONUS: RB DeAndre Washington, Dolphins (ESPN: 1%; Yahoo: 2%): Myles Gaskin is on IR, Matt Breida is dealing with a hamstring injury and Jordan Howard has scored in four of five games played this season, but it's a fluke considering he's averaging 1.2 yards per carry. Washington does everything well and is a worthy flier if you're hurting at running back.
BONUS: WR Jakobi Meyers, Patriots (ESPN: 6%; Yahoo: 13%): It's hard to trust any receiver in this offense, but Meyers deserves consideration in PPR formats with 22 receptions (30 targets) and 287 yards in the last three games.
BONUS: D/ST Giants (ESPN: 37%; Yahoo: 42%): Carson Wentz has been sacked more than any other NFL quarterback (32 times) and also leads the league with 12 interceptions. The Giants are a must-start this week.