The highly-drafted rookie's value has never been lower and this would be a good time for acquisition if you believe he's the answer for the Patrriots at wide receiver. Fellow receivers Phillip Dorsett has also returned from a hamstring injury but Josh Gordon remains sideline after tweaking his knee. Julian Edelman remains the focal point of the passing attack and Jakobi Meyers has been pressed into action and performed well in week six but the unsettled depth chart plays into Harry's chances for impact. After struggling with consistency and injury in the pre-season, N'Keal Harry, DLF's WR32, should have an opportunity to produce in during the second-half. Still richly valued at his current ranking, he's a risk-on acquisition for coaches looking to buy-low with the understanding he'll be playing behind all the aforementioned receivers until he earns a greater number of snaps.