The Final Spot: Wide Receivers For The Millionaire Maker Part 3
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So maybe for some reason last week didn't work out for you and you didn't win the million dollars. And maybe it REALLY didn't work out for you and you didn't win anything. No problem! You've got another chance to make up for it this Sunday. And if you've waited to fill your wide receiver spot with your last pick, you've still got some options under $3800.
Andrew Hawkins $3700
So it didn't go so well for you if you took my advice and put this guy in your lineup like I suggested last week. For the second straight week I'm going to tout Hawkins as a sleeper at wide receiver. Hawkins past two games have been nothing to get excited over. After looking like the go to guy in the passing game for Cleveland, he's turned in two duds. This week he has the chance to get back on track with a matchup against the Jacksonville Jaguars. The Jaguars are giving up the 13th most fantasy points to opposing wide receivers and gave up a touchdown a piece to Larry Fitzgerald and Michael Floyd last week. Hawkins has yet to find the end zone, but this week could be the week he gets back on track.
Justin Hunter $3700
Over the past few weeks Hunter seems to have become more important in the Titans offensive plans. He's now playing more snaps and has taken over WR2 duties from Nate Washington. Going up against the Washington Redskins, who give up the 11th most points to opposing wide receivers, Hunter could see the most targets and receptions he's seen all year. Hunter is an above average player who can make a couple of big plays this weekend and could pay off for you.
Even though Hawkins has had two terrible outings the past two weekends, he is the more reliable player. Brian Hoyer has shown that he trusts Hawkins ability, while Hunter is still showing people who he is and exactly what he can do. I'm going with Hawkins at a steal of a price of $3700.