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Don't look now, but Brian Hoyer has posted back-to-back weeks of 18 fantasy points in standard-scoring leagues. He's quickly established strong connections with Jordan Cameron and Josh Gordon, and the starting job may now be his for the taking after he led the Cleveland Browns to consecutive wins.
Now he faces a Buffalo Bills defense that allows 16.5 fantasy points to opposing quarterbacks per week, and if Hoyer has another big game, he'll surely become a hot fantasy commodity. So the question is, should you jump that gun and add him now?
In 14- and 16-team leagues, he's a clear QB2, and he should also be added in leagues that start two quarterbacks. In 10- or 12-team leagues, it's probably worth waiting another week before rostering him.
If nothing else, he should now be on your radar. On Thursday night against the Bills, we will get a better idea if Hoyer's current level of production is sustainable. Buffalo picked off the Ravens' Joe Flacco five times in Week 5, but the secondary is banged up and it's a short week.