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4 Streaming Fantasy Replacements For Odell Beckham Jr. and Doug Baldwin in Week 14

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New York Giants wide receiver Odell Beckham has been ruled out for Week 14, while Doug Baldwin of the Seattle Seahawks has his availability trending downward as well. Since the opening round of most fantasy football playoffs is here, owners are quickly heading to the waiver wire to scoop up a replacement. 


No worries, we've got you covered. Here are the best four wide receiver options to help you ease the pain of losing Beckham or Baldwin. 

4. Jamison Crowder - Washington Redskins vs. New York Giants

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Remember ths guy? Crowder (available in 78 percent of Yahoo! Fantasy Football leagues) returned to the Redskins lineup and caught all four of his targets for 36 yards. Once Mark Sanchez came into the game, that's when Crowder started to get in the groove of things. Fellow wideout Josh Doctson could end up missing Sunday's game and that would be one less guy to take looks away from Crowder. 

3. Marcell Ateman - Oakland Raiders vs. Pittsburgh Steelers

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Ateman (available in 97 percent of Yahoo! Fantasy Football leagues) has quickly become a favorite of Raiders quarterback Derek Carr, with at least four targets in each of the last three games. Oakland will likely be throwing the ball a ton to match the Pittsburgh Steelers' aerial attack with James Conner out of the lineup. Ateman finally scored his first touchdown last week against the Kansas City Chiefs, and narrowly missed another one earlier in that same game.

2. DaeShawn Hamilton - Denver Broncos at San Francisco 49ers

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Hamilton (available in 94 percent of Yahoo! Fantasy Football leagues) will see a lot more snaps because of the season-ending injury to fellow Broncos wideout Emmanuel Sanders. While he hasn't made much of an impact yet on the fantasy landscape, Hamilton is in line to be the Broncos' No. 2 wide receiver alongside Courtland Sutton. Hamilton's best game so far this season was against the New York Jets in Week 5, as he hauled in all three of his targets for 44 yards. 

1. Tre'Quan Smith - New Orleans Saints at Tampa Bay Buccaneers

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Smith (available in 57 percent of Yahoo! Fantasy Football leagues) is probably a worn-out name to most fantasy owners by now. After all, he has two games of at least 20 fantasy points, and then a massive collection of duds. This week's matchup against the Bucs, though, is one that fantasy owners should feel optimistic about as they're allowing the fifth-most passing yards per game (274.4) this season. 

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