This one might seem obvious, but let’s break it down: Metcalf is the sixth best WR in fantasy leagues at the moment. He got locked down by Jalen Ramsey last week, but that was the worst overall performance by Wilson in 2020. Before this week, Metcalf had 161 and 2 touchdowns in Week 8, then he ripped off 108 and 1 touchdown in Week 9.
Looking ahead-Metcalf faces the Cardinals, Philadelphia, New York Giants, and New York Jets. That’s a very, very admirable schedule for an elite WR in an angry offense.
The second season player from the University of Mississippi is having an electrifying season.
Metcalf has also been having a breakout season and has been a Rockstar in fantasy. Metcalf’s career statistics are the following;
- 103 receptions
- 1716 yards
- 16.7 Average Receiving Yards Per Reception
- 15 touchdowns
At this point in the season. Metcalf has 45 receptions for 816 yards. He has eight touchdowns and 127.6 fantasy points. Metcalf struggle this past Sunday against the LA Rams. He was not able to get by arguably one of the best cornerbacks in the league. That was just a learning situation for Metcalf.