Week 10 at New York Giants
Brandon LaFell put up his first fantasy significant outing in Week 9, with a solid 5-102 line. With three consecutive weeks playing over 70 percent of the snaps, and with 7-9 targets each of those weeks, LaFell seems to have completely reclaimed his role as the Patriots second wideout. This is the role LaFell flourished in last year, as a weekly boom/bust candidate. He figures to have that similar outlook this weekend, facing one of the most generous aFPA matchups to WRs (ranked 28th and 29th in standard and PPR, respectively).
We have LaFell as a fringe WR2/3 candidate, or solid WR3 depending on your league size and scoring.