1. WR Taylor Gabriel
In the past weeks, Gabriel has started to emerge as a true no. 3 receiver for the Falcons, and also showing a Tavon Austin-like versatility that allows him to be a threat on end arounds and gadget plays. Last week he caught all five of his targets for 54 yards, and also had two rushes for 24 yards and a touchdown (13 points). While they will be playing a stronger defense up front, Gabriel and the Falcons’ high-flying offense will be able to feast on a weak secondary that gave up major points to the Giants last week. Look for him and Sanu to pair up for plenty of points in the WR2 and FLEX spots for your fantasy football team.
Check out the all the Falcons’ players fantasy football scores for Week 9, as well as past weeks, here.