If you're a fantasy football player who has rookie wide receiver Zay Jones or John Ross on your team, you might be starting to consider dropping them. Is it a wise move?
Let's start with Zay Jones.
LeSean McCoy grabs a lot of targets out of the backfield and Charles Clay is a highly-targeted tight end for Buffalo QB Tyrod Taylor, but Jones is the most-targeted wide receiver through three games, one target ahead of fellow receiver Jordan Matthews.
And Jones start has had some weird moments — he had a pass deflect off of his hands at the goal line and his teammate Andre Holmes caught it for a touchdown, and he couldn't come down with a late-game Hail Mary-type throw in week 2.
He's going to get plenty of opportunities, though, so don't drop him just yet.
VERDICT: Stash, Wait and See
COLLEGE COMPARISON: John Ross vs. Zay Jones
John Ross, meanwhile, is a different story.
The Washington rookie and Bengals wide receiver has struggled to get on the field as he battles injuries, and when he's been on the field hasn't been productive.
He has yet to record a catch and has one carry for 12 yards — but he fumbled on the play. He hasn't been targeted on the season
Unless you're playing in a dynasty league and have the space to hang on to him, he's definitely a dropable player.