Thursday, October 8, 2015

Exposed: Week 5

Check out this week's Exposed article for the best and worst matchups for wide receivers and tight ends. Enjoy a sampling below.
Willie Snead, WR, NO @ PHI ($5,300) 
Miglio: There is certainly some hype surrounding Willie Snead, so he might have a rather significant ownership percentage. Good thing he has a solid matchup this week in a game that could be high scoring. Of course, the last surefire barnburner Philadelphia was involved in turned out to be a defensive stinker, so take that with a grain of salt. 
Rudnicki: The Eagles haven’t really been able to slow anybody down this year and now they are expected to be without one of their starting corners in Byron Maxwell. Snead appears to have surpassed Brandon Coleman for a starting spot in the Saints offense, and Drew Brees is coming off his best game of the season. If this game becomes a shootout as expected, Snead looks like the best Saints player to own. 
Miglio: Seattle’s defense got off to a slow start this season, but the past couple of weeks it has rounded into form. Kam Chancellor ending his holdout may have had something to do with that, but so was the fact the Seahawks were home andCary Williams emerged as a solid No. 2 cornerback. 
It’s not a home game, but that defense figures to make things tough on A.J. Green and the Cincinnati passing offense. 
Rudnicki: Apart from Randall Cobb, no other WR has really had any success against the Seattle defense thus this year. You can likely expect A.J. Green to see plenty of Richard Sherman, but Cary Williams is playing great and Earl Thomas will be there to protect against the deep throws that Green is known for.

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