McLaurin or Tyrell Williams (1 Viewer)

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In my 12 team league, I ended up going No RB strategy as top WRs kept falling to me. Pick 7 and first round was Hopkins, then CantGuardMike, then Tyreek Hill. Hill got hurt and I moved him to IR for Tyrell Williams after AB got cut.

I currently have Williams on my roster, but McLaurin seems like the real deal as a rookie. Can only hold 3 WRs and either guy is getting dropped once Hill is back. But should I keep Williams or go with McLaurin?
 
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Tough call... McLaurin has more upside, but Williams seems to be the safer bet (although he seems to be 2nd choice for Carr behind Waller). I think you are good with either, but just watching McLaurin play in real life I think he may be the real deal like you mentioned. I say take the high risk/high reward option and go with him. Good luck!
 
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Thanks. Leaning that way. They're both #1s for their teams, and both teams will be throwing a lot, but the Raiders at least have Josh Jacobs and Waller like you mentioned. Not much else in the Redskins offense. The factor I was looking at most is their schedules over the next few weeks (before Hill is back). McLaurin's is much easier.
 

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There will be a QB change at some point for the redskins but I think that might help McLaurin in the long run.
 

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