Fantasy football start/sit advice, Week 10: Marquise Goodwin

Rick Stewart

With Robert Woods expected to sit out this week, will the speedy Goodwin see more targets coming his way? We break down the fantasy implications.

Buffalo Bills wide receiver Marquise Goodwin has always been an intriguing fantasy prospect due to his Olympic speed on a track, but he hasn't had many chances to show it off this year. Goodwin missed four games with a broken hand and is playing in mostly a situational deep threat role, snagging just eight catches on the season.

He has made the most opportunities, though. Goodwin took those eight catches for 171 yards and two touchdowns, a ridiculous 34.2 yards per catch. He's limited in practice with a hamstring injury this week, but should be fine for Sunday's game against the Pittsburgh Steelers.

Fantasy impact: Robert Woods isn't expected to play, so Goodwin could have a bigger role in the offense. The Bills are also getting E.J. Manuel back, who is an upgrade over the likes of Jeff Tuel and Thad Lewis. The Bills are going up against a Steelers pass defense that just got roasted by the Patriots. Goodwin has a chance to go off this week, but he remains a heavy boom-or-bust option in fantasy. Has WR4 upside at best. Only start him if you're in deep leagues or have depth issues.

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