Four Wide Receivers to Buy, Sell, or Hold in Dynasty Leagues

Wyatt Bertolone

Welcome to the 'Buy, Sell, or Hold' series where each week I’ll be focusing on one position to analyze four players and what we should be doing with them. This week we’re talking wide receivers and some really good ones at that.

Chris Olave, WR NO – Hold

The hopes for Olave heading into his second year were quite high and I think we’d all agree he didn’t quite live up to them. Olave improved his PPR points per game, going from 13.2 to 14.5 but we wanted/needed more. There are plenty of excuses to make if you want to. Olave battled injuries throughout the season, quarterback Derek Carr struggled for most of the year, and the team played poorly for the majority of the season. Some, myself included, had some concerns when Olave entered the NFL that he could be a consistent WR2 for fantasy but that he may struggle to ever be a WR1. Are those concerns or the excuses valid?

The Move – If you’re like me and still think Chris Olave is a seriously talented wide receiver with a bright future, you’ll be sad to find out that despite him not living up to those high hopes I spoke of, his value has not gone down and made him any easier to acquire. If you’ve already got him, just hold. You’ve got one of the best young wide receivers in the league. If you’re trying to find a time to buy, you’re going to have to wait. Maybe when rookie drafts get here you’ll be able to find a better price as your league mate becomes infatuated with the new toys.

Drake London, WR ATL – Buy


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