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|The Oakland receiver with the lowest likelihood of fantasy production who could still be considered watch-worthy in deeper leagues is Andre Holmes. Holmes, who caught 47 passes for 693 yards and four scores a season ago, is heading into his fifth season but has yet to produce numbers with any consistency. His biggest stretch of games this past season came when he caught nine passes for 195 yards and three scores in Weeks 4 and 6 (the Raiders had a bye in Week 5). Unfortunately, he failed to produce much after that as he caught just one touchdown in the teamís remaining eleven games and he never caught more than five passes in any one game. Holmes is a decent depth option, but really only possesses much fantasy value if either Cooper or Crabtree goes down with an injury. Otherwise heíll battle for snaps with Streater as the teamís third wide receiver, which wonít likely mean too much for fantasy purposes.
|Raiders expected to sign Michael Crabtree|
Veteran wideout sticking in the Bay Area
By: Mike Krueger | Mon Apr 13, 6:44 pm
|From @caplannfl and myself, Raiders expected to sign Michael Crabtree as soon as tonight. (Bill Williamson on Twitter)|
FFToday's Take: If true, Crabtree would join James Jones, Rod Streater, Andre Holmes and perhaps a top receiving rookie as weapons for young quarterback Derek Carr. Crabtree caught 68 passes for 698 yards and 4 TDs last season in San Francisco but has yet to regain his form from 2012 when he finished as fantasy's No.15 wide receiver. It's hard to imagine Crabtree making a meaningful fantasy impact in 2015 as the Raiders attempt to right the ship.