On my first glance at the week's wide receiver pricing, I see some major volume/dynamism values in the third and fourth cost tiers. A few I've noticed:
- Brandon Marshall is thoroughly affordable at a $7,600 salary against the Raiders' burnable secondary. He should absolutely be priced higher.
- His teammate, Eric Decker, has scored in four of his five games, and led the team in catches and yards in the fifth. He's just $5,300.
- I'm not sure what Stefon Diggs has to do to fetch a $5K salary, but I'm jumping all over him at $4,800 against the Chicago "secondary."
- Anquan Boldin costs just $4,400 despite the 49ers' top market share and seeing a ton of red zone usage.
There'll be plenty more value observations over the course of our weekly DraftKings coverage, so keep crackingdraftkings.footballguys.com on your screen all the way to lineup locks.