The New Orleans Saints have re-signed WR Tre-Quan Smith to a two-year deal.
Smith sets up to be the third receiver in three-wide sets with Michael Thomas returning from injury and Marquez Callaway stepping up with Thomas hurt last season. Smith needs to show he is healthy in order to be a fantasy-relevant player.
We last saw Flacco in New York when he started four games for the Jets last season. He threw five touchdowns (four coming in one game), three interceptions and completed 57.6% of his pass attempts for 5.5 yards per attempt.
There should be a better option on your waiver wire, but he's not taking off with the ball, which adds a little bit of a fantasy floor for David Njoku and Amari Cooper.
This is great news for the Saints offense as a whole, as they are already missing Michael Thomas and Rashid Shaheed for Week 13. Olave would be a must-start if he's fully cleared by Sunday, in a great matchup against the Lions.
It doesn't look like Goedert is trending towards playing in Week 13, so he'll likely miss at least one more week with his forearm injury. Jack Stoll has technically seen an increased workload, but that has parlay into four targets and 17 yards over the last two weeks. Goedert will return to a top-ten TE role when eligible.