As teams around the league begin to feature a more pass-heavy approach on offense, more wide receivers are becoming relevant for fantasy owners. It’s been talked about how the wide receiver position is the deepest it’s ever been, both with current players extending their careers and talented rookies coming in each spring.
The challenge for fantasy owners is identifying the best value for their investment. Becoming too fixated on one player can blind you to other values within a given tier. Chasing the WR2 or even the WR3 on specific teams can yield an advantage that allows you to build strength elsewhere in your lineup.
The New York Giants are an ascending offense. Second-year signal-caller Daniel Jones enters the offseason as the unquestioned starter and is surrounded by an above-average supporting cast. But of their top three wideouts, who holds the most value heading into this next season?
Darius Slayton – Current ADP (WR41)