1. Week 5 Target Leaders

Lincoln VictorWashington State194938.77%31
Kenneth WomackWestern Michigan174240.47%38
Bub MeansPittsburgh164535.55%26
Marvin Harrison Jr.Ohio State163545.71%39
Devontez WalkerNorth Carolina154930.61%30
Noah SmithSam Houston St144829.16%39
Malik WashingtonVirginia143145.16%34
Sam WigluszOhio133933.33%26
Trayvon RudolphNorthern Illinois133438.23%21
Daniel GeorgeAkron133933.33%28
Elic AyomanorStanford134528.88%38
Michael Brown StephensUSF133933.33%28
Keandre Lambert-SmithPenn State124327.90%29
Malachi CorleyWestern Kentucky124825.00%37
Ja’Lynn PolkWashington124129.26%26
Squirrel WhiteTennessee124129.26%26
Ricky WhiteUNLV123534.28%26
Kris MitchellFlorida International123930.76%29
All target data courtesy of PFF

I mentioned last week in this article and on the Key Takeaways podcast that Elic Ayomanor was the most obvious fade on waivers that we’d find all season. Do I owe the Stanford wideout an apology? Ayomanor had 13 targets this week and now has 38 over his past three games. With how thin the waiver wire currently is, I don’t mind making a claim for him this week if you need receiver help. We expect Stanford’s offense to grow over the next few years, so there’s some potential for impressive offensive output and tons of volume for the skill positions.

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