Here are some options that could step be avaliable in your fantasy league at quarterback, wide reciever and running back.
Did one of your key players get injured, such as Baltimore Ravens’ running back J.K. Dobbins? Here’s a solid option you could replace him with ahead of the first week.
New York Jets RB Telvin Coleman
With a new option and no other real starters alongside him, Coleman could be the premier target on a rebuilding team. The Jets are clearly not going to make a ton of noise this season, but Coleman should produce.
With rookie quarterback Zach Wilson, the team may gear more running and toward a veteran like Coleman. The Carolina Panthers are not thought of us as a terrific defense.
The 28-year-old running back could have a fantasy performance that makes or breaks your first matchup of the season.
Atlanta Falcons QB Matt Ryan
Especially in a 10-team league, Ryan seems to be on waivers, which is crazy considering his output. The man consistently throws over 4,000 yards a season for the last decade.
Ryan also plays on a struggling Atlanta team that gave up a lot of points last season. With first-round selection Kyle Pitts, their pass-catching game could be set with him and wide receiver Calvin Ridley.
Buffalo Bills WR Emmanuel Sanders
The 34-year-old Sanders isn’t in his prime, but as experienced as he is, he could start really well for the Bills. Led by MVP-candidate Josh Allen and First-Team All-Pro Stefon Diggs, who can help get him the ball.
Both those two are going to draw tons of attention from defenses and appeared in the AFC Championship. Sanders last season had over 700 receiving yards and five touchdowns, according to Pro Football Reference.
Sanders could be a solid addition for their offense to go against the Steelers’ impressive defense.