So Matthews just got signed, is he someone to look forward to on a receiving core that is hurt.
TOugh call man. I try to start away from bad offenses with rookie QBs and multiple weapons. You never really know how darnold is going to do on any given week and how they use that revolving door receiving core. Like last week, everyone was all over this Jermaine Kearse hype train, then what happened?
I’d much rather try and grab the WR3s on very productive offenses. Guys like Trequan smith, Allison/MVS, Sanu/Ridley, etc.
If you’re in a deep league where waivers are barren then I think he’s worth a shot. But I tend to agree with @MikeMeUpp in taking shots on WR3s on good offenses than top options on bad offenses (looking at you, Larry Fitzgerald & Kelvin Benjamin)