Bye weeks tend to throw a wrench in even the best laid fantasy football plans. As it turns out, we have six teams on a bye in Week 14. That’s a whole lotta wrenches! Finding streamers at different positions can help you navigate this bye-happy week.
Here, we’ll take a look at the best wide receiver streaming options available for fantasy football managers as you set your Week 14 lineups.
Corey Davis, New York Jets vs. Buffalo Bills
Davis is back in action with a new quarterback, Mike White, under center. That turned out to be good news for Davis last week against the Minnesota Vikings, as he caught 5-of-10 targets for 85 yards. The Jets fell into pass-happy mode while trying to make a comeback, and a similar script could play out against Buffalo. Davis is widely available, rostered in only 13% of Yahoo and 11% of ESPN leagues.
Isaiah McKenzie, Buffalo Bills vs. New York Jets
McKenzie has gotten a fair amount of looks in the Bills’ offense lately. In Week 12, he caught 6-of-10 targets for 96 yards and a touchdown against the Detroit Lions. McKenzie backed that up with a decent performance against the New England Patriots, catching all five targets for 44 yards. While he’s become more popular among fantasy football enthusiasts, McKenzie is only rostered in 37% of Yahoo and 21% of ESPN leagues.
Mack Hollins, Las Vegas Raiders vs. Los Angeles Rams
Darren Waller and Hunter Renfrow are still injured for the Raiders. That leaves Hollins as the second pass-catching option behind Davante Adams. He has been up-and-down in that role, but the targets are there with 23 total looks in the past three games. In Week 14, Hollins will face a Rams defense that has allowed the sixth-most fantasy points to wide receivers this season. He’s rostered in only 31% of Yahoo and 19% of ESPN leagues.