Robert Woods, Los Angeles Rams at Cleveland Browns, $ 6,800 - Another unusual crease on this board is that there are no elite WRs on the board and the most expensive game is actually a WR2 in Bobby Trees. He's averaged 4.7 catches for 60.8 yards per Sim for the Rams and scored 22 touchdowns. Seventeen of those 22 points came out on the road where he has an average of 15.5 DKFP compared to 11.6 DKFP at home. He should be able to find MUT Coins and also produce in the snow against a fighting Browns Secondary.
Marquise Brown, Baltimore Ravens at Miami Dolphins, $ 4,800 - Brown was a big boom-or-bust in these Sims, but he had a big game against Miami when the teams first met. Brown doesn't have the volume of many WR1s. but its speed makes it a tough matchup and a constant big play threat. With so few consistent producers, it's worth taking a look at Hollywood as it provides a very high ceiling on departure.
Ted Ginn Jr., Chicago Bears at New England Patriots, $3,900 — Ginn could find himself in a good matchup against the Patriots as long as he avoids Superstar X-factor Stephon Gilmore, who will probably focus his coverage on Allen Robinson II ($5,100). Ginn has shown he can still put up MUT 21 Coins in Madden 21, thriving across from Robinson as the Bears’ WR2. Ginn caught three passes for 43 yards in his first matchup with the Patriots and has at least 9.0 DKFP in three of his past five contests. Overall, he is averaging 2.5 catches for 35 yards per sim and has scored 17 touchdowns in his 50 Madden 21 appearances.
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