Late-round wide receivers to target

Yahoo Sports' Matt Harmon is joined by Rich Hribar from Sharp Football Analysis and they discuss wide receivers who could have late-round value. Subscribe to the Yahoo Fantasy Football Forecast on Apple Podcasts, Spotify or wherever you get your podcasts.

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MATT HARMON: Let's go for kind of some sleepers, later value guys, that you like ahead of consensus.

RICH HRIBAR: So when we get back like you're talking, like wide receivers, say, out of the starting range, like outside of--


RICH HRIBAR: --wide receiver 48, some guys that stick out. Anthony Miller.


RICH HRIBAR: So Anthony Miller sticks out just because I said the Bears, they have that hyper-aggressive schedule. If the offense actually works again, there's hidden upside there. He goes way outside the starting wide receiver range. He was a guy that got end zone targets his first year with Matt Nagy, then that kind of oscillated back. But he's another guy they move around a little bit, so I like taking a shot at him where he goes.

I like Mike Williams just based from a fantasy sense and the types of targets he gets. If something were to happen to Keenan Allen, he is a guy that would make a significant jump. Because that's another depth chart-- Joe Reed, KJ Hill. They just cut Andre Patton. I don't know who the rest of the Chargers--

MATT HARMON: Who the hell are these guys? Yeah.

RICH HRIBAR: So if something were to happen to Keenan Allen-- knock on wood because he hasn't gotten hurt in four years. But Mike Williams are the types of targets he gets, downfield money targets. If he was somehow to get to the 110-target range, he would have a Kenny Golladay factor in his range of outcomes like Kenny Golladay had last year.

So is he my favorite wide receiver? Does he have shortcomings? Yes. But where he goes, I'm only caring about what he gets.