Tee Higgins, WR, Cincinnati Bengals

In the context of a tough Week 5 matchup against the Baltimore Ravens, Higgins did well to gather four catches on eight targets for 62 yards. He has at least six targets in four straight games now, with over 60 yards in the last two. The rookie out of Clemson is leaving A.J. Green in the dust, and Green left Sunday’s game with a hamstring injury.

Another tough matchup comes in Week 6 against the Indianapolis Colts, before easier matchups against the Cleveland Browns (Week 7) and Tennessee Titans (Week 8). On the other side of a Week 9 bye, a run of good-looking matchups goes right through Week 16.

As the No. 2 wide receiver in a pass-heavy offense piloted by Joe Burrow, Higgins has a high floor (WR3) and a massive ceiling (WR1) when the matchup shows it. His toughest matchup will be in his rearview mirror once Week 6 is over, so now is the time to get on board.

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