With Aaron Rodgers healthy and with a new offensive scheme at his disposal, expectations were high for Fantasy. Rodgers was one of the first three or four quarterbacks taken in nearly all Fantasy drafts over the summer, and Davante Adams was at worst the No. 3 wide receiver in most leagues, too. In fact, expectations were so high that both Geronimo Allison and Marquez Valdes-Scantling were identified as potential breakout candidates this preseason.
So much for that. It’s been hard to even find this duo lately. Valdes-Scantling was held without a catch Sunday against the Panthers, his second game in a row with no catches — and he hasn’t had more than two since Week 4. Allison was only slightly better, catching three passes but picking up just 6 yards.
Valdes-Scantling and Allison had been playing decent snap shares in recent weeks, though nowhere close to 100%, and even that fell apart in Week 10, as Valdes-Scantling in particular played just 16% of the team’s snaps Sunday. It seems like Allen Lazard and Jake Kumerow have at least caught up to them in the receiving hierarchy. None of these options looks Fantasy relevant right now — it’s the Davante Adams/Aaron Jones/Jamaal Williams show in Green Bay these days — but Allison and Valdes-Scantling don’t even look worth rostering right now.
Allison is rostered in just 19% of leagues at this point, but Valdes-Scantling is still on rosters in 55% of CBS Fantasy leagues, which is far too many. You can safely drop everyone but Rodgers, Jones, Williams, and Adams on the Packers‘ offense heading into the Week 11 bye. You won’t miss them.
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