With six teams on bye, depth at key positions in Week 8 will be thin for fantasy owners. That spells trouble for any owner who happened to have players who are injured, like David Johnson and Aaron Rodgers. It was hard enough to replace them without bye weeks, but now it gets even harder. But there are always a few sleeper players who produce solid fantasy weeks. Let's take a look at five players that could have big days on Sunday.

1. WR Deonte Thompson

Three days after he was signed, Thompson caught four passes for 104 yards. Taylor and Thompson have already developed a chemistry, which means his impressive production should continue, especially in a game that will probably be fairly high scoring against the Raiders.

2. RB Jalen Richard

The Buffalo Bills have allowed the fifth fewest number of points to opposing fantasy running backs, but that doesn't mean Richard shouldn't be viewed as a solid option in week 8. In fact, Richard should get a majority of the touches with Marshawn Lynch suspended for the game. Even against the Bills defense, Richard is a good fantasy play who could easily return solid fantasy value in week 8.

3. QB Andy Dalton

The Colts are one of the worst teams in the NFL and they are also one of the worst pass defenses in the NFL. Even though Dalton hasn't been great this season, he is a top ten quarterback in week 8 against the Colts.

4. TE George Kittle

The 49ers tight end was targeted only twice and had just one fantasy point against the Cowboys last week.

That trend won't continue against an Eagles team that is allowing the sixth most points to opposing fantasy tight ends. With linebacker Jordan Hicks out, Kittle should have an easier time getting open and catching passes from former Iowa quarterback C.J. Beathard this week.

5. WR Josh Doctson

The Redskins wide receiver hasn't done much to warrant fantasy consideration in 2017, but that could change this week against a Cowboys team that is allowing the sixth highest number of fantasy points to opposing wide receivers.

As the Cowboys clamp down on the run and Jordan Reed, Doctson should be free to get open targets. The only question is whether or not Kirk Cousins trusts the young wide receiver enough to pass to him. If he does, Doctson could have a big day against the weak Cowboys secondary on Sunday afternoon.

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