Andy Dalton– Dalton had a down game by his standards last week, throwing for less than 250 yards and only one touchdown with an interception. Take advantage of this, as he has been averaging QB1 numbers for the first 4 weeks of the season. That, combined with the mediocre name value that comes with Andy, should be able to get you a QB1 on the cheap.
Kerryon Johnson – Kerryon has been splitting work with LeGarrette Blount to start the season. While splitting time, Johnson has still been able to score double-digit fantasy points in PPR leagues. Use his bye week to your advantage and try to nab him at flex price, as he has RB2 upside if he can snag more carries down the line. Johnson also seems to be getting a couple targets per game, so any increase in that would only help your cause in PPR leagues.
Julian Edelman – Edelman had a solid return from his suspension in week 5. He had a solid outing, catching 7 balls for 57 yards. The inclusion of Sony Michel and Josh Gordon into the offense may limit some of his upside, but you can use that to snag him up as a WR2 level talent for a WR3 level price.
Austin Hooper – Tight end has been a fantasy wasteland this season, as there are only a handful of players that can be trusted to put up consistent points. Austin is beginning to round into form in the Falcons offense, as he had a great week with 9 catches for 77 yards. Use the perception of Hooper to try to snag him as a high upside TE2 in a good offensive scheme.