2015 Fantasy Football: Preseason Fantasy Stock - Week 4
With preseason underway, there will be updates daily to this 2015 Fantasy Football Preseason Stock page. Games will be added as I watch them. Adjustments will be made on my 2015 Fantasy Football Rankings accordingly. Follow me @walterfootball for updates.
Kenny Britt, WR, Rams
Kenny Britt sucks. He absolutely needs to be benched immediately. He didn't receive any targets, but he put forth one of the worst blocking efforts on a pass - officially ruled a run - to Austin. As a result, Austin was drilled for a 6-yard loss. Britt could've taken a nap on the middle of the field and tried harder than he did on that play. Britt has dogged it this entire preseason, and it's absolutely embarrassing that he hasn't been benched yet.
Terrance West, RB, Browns
Terrance West led the Browns in rushing in the preseason finale, which has to be discouraging for his fantasy outlook. Isaiah Crowell was nowhere to be seen, which means that West is probably behind him on the depth chart. West did have a nice outing on paper, gaining 35 yards on nine carries, but his longest rush, a 15-yarder, came on a play in which the Bears allowed him to run freely, given that it was a third-and-34 situation.
Devin Funchess, WR, Panthers
Devin Funchess finally saw some action, making a pair of 11-yard receptions in the preseason finale. Funchess' first was an easy catch, but the second was impressive. He reached behind him, snatched the ball, and then hung on to it despite taking a big hit. It's promising that Funchess has finally been able to suit up. Perhaps he'll be able to be a significant producer this season.
Rashad Jennings, RB, Giants
Andre Williams received the first couple of carries in the preseason finale over Rashad Jennings, which can't be encouraging for Jennings owners. This seems to be a true time share, so I'd stay away.
Brandon Coleman, WR, Saints
Brandon Coleman opened the finale with a 45-yard reception from Luke McCown, beating first-round rookie Damarious Randall. He ultimately caught four balls for 82 yards. You can't like him as much as Montgomery, but he's a decent late-round flier who should be on your radar.
Ty Montgomery, WR, Packers
Ty Montgomery didn't suit up in the preseason finale. Jeff Janis did, and Janis, who reportedly doesn't have Aaron Rodgers' trust, lined up incorrectly on the second play of the game. This is all extremely significant because it's a sign that Montgomery is ahead of Janis on the depth chart. Montgomery, as a result, is definitely worth a late-round pick. He'll produce as the team's third receiver, and if either Randall Cobb or Davante Adams goes down, Montgomery will post big numbers.