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So we're gonna be talking about everything fantasy football related injuries, ****ysis going to trying to help you win your weeks, help you go on your way to win your championship.
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Ah, so, like I said, we're gonna going over the early week matchups.
Thursday Night Football.
We got the one o'clock hours I'm on the East Coast is what usually call it, but depending on what time zone, you're in the early window of games heading in the week.
Three heading in for Sunday.
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So let's go ahead and get started because we had the Thursday night game.
We got Miami, we got Jacksonville, and I know on paper this doesn't look like a great matchup for fantasy football purposes.
There's a lot of implications in this matchup.
We'll start with the Dolphin side of the ball.
Ryan Fitzpatrick, the stream where? The quarterback this week, I gotta coming in.
I got him a Q B 14 a little bit higher than I will ever be on Ryan Fitzpatrick coming off the game that he just had against Buffalo, where he played a clean game.
I think that was probably the most surprising aspect of Ryan.
Fitzpatrick's game on Sunday was that he played a clean game.
No interceptions against a really good defense over 300 yards.
Had two touchdowns.
I don't see why he can't put up a similar performance against Jacksonville, who's not nearly as talented in the secondary this particular week.
Devante Parker is back. He's healthy.
He's good to go.
Preston Williams is there.
Isaiah Ford might miss this game.
That is the one wide receiver.
There's one injury on the Dolphin side, the ball that looks to be he's not going to able to play in this matchup.
But that just means more targets repressing Williams mean more, more targets.
For Devante Parker, it also means more targets for Mike Kasicky.
And if you've never listened to the MDS fantasy football show before, you'll know that I'm not a big fan.
He is a gifted athlete.
But as far as being an actual football player, I have a lot of question marks.
I have a lot of question marks when it comes to the blocking.
I have a lot of question marks for a guy who has that much athletic ability, why he does not great better in separation on routes.
Why he doesn't great better on yards after the catch.
For a guy who's supposed to be a dominant athlete, so I have a hard time.
I'm like it's icky.
But having said all that, he comes in and why a tight end 10 for me this week because of the matchup? Like I said, No Isaiah Ford.
Extra targets going around for my Kasicky extra targets for Devante Parker, extra targets for Preston Williams and a game that honestly should turn into a shootout.
Myles Gaskin is going to lead the way for the running back position and I'll talk about him real quick.
I don't want to start Myles Gaskin.
I don't want to start a Dolphins running back period right now with the three men care so that they have going on and the fact that it's never going to be that involved in this Chan Gailey system.
But he is the running back toe own.
He is the guy that if you just passed waiver wire, you picked him up.
He stashed him is a good move because he had seven targets last week.
So he gives you the floor of he's involved in the passing game.
Why he's more involved than Matt Brita.
Matt Brita is much more talented in almost every capacity of the game, but for whatever reason, Miles Gaskins playing ahead of them, they split the carries.
But Gaskins, one who got the receptions last week, and I unfortunately, I don't think that's going to change in tonight's game.
So Gaskins Guy tone.
I have an RB 27 but I am not wanting to play him.
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I got everything up there for you, so I don't really want to play Myles Gaskin if I can help it.
But Parker, I'm all about Parker is coming in as a mid level wide receiver to at wide receiver 16 for me on the week.
We all know what he could Dio.
He did not suffer an aggravation of the hamstring last Sunday, which is the big concern, right? But he's good to go, so as long as that's going to be the case, I expect him to be the number one target and a plus matchup against the Jacksonville Jaguars.
He should be in your lineup, starting without a doubt about it.
You can't start pressing Williams that he's had a little bit of, ah, rough start to the season, but like I said, with no idea of Ford.
If you're playing DFS tonight, Preston Williams might be a little bit sleeper.
Might be a little sleeper for you that you got him.
Plug and play for a cheap price and really might be in line for a surprising amount of workload.
Now let's put it on the other side.
Let's go to Jacksonville Jaguars Go the Menchu Madness, The Magic Stash versus the Magic Beard.
But the magic stash, I think, is the better play.
Gardner Minshew comes in.
Regrettably, for me, a Q B 12.
Because I'm not a mention fan over.
I am not a fan of these guys who have an average skill set, but maybe because they do have that it factor, they play above their heads.
They play as guys who are just they find a way to over cheap Now.
Ryan Fitzpatrick made a career out of that, and Gardner Minshew, I feel like, is falling kind of in his footsteps.
He's definitely ruining the plans of the JAG wires to tank for Trevor Lawrence.
There's absolutely no doubt about that because being a competitive one on one team was not in the game plan for this Jacksonville team, but nonetheless, for your fantasy football teams, you're looking for a stream here at quarterback.
He's a guy who's widely available way less than 50% owned, on average, throughout the major fantasy football platform.
So he should be there for you guys and I got to make you be 12.
There's gonna be no Byron Jones on the Dolphins secondary tonight.
He has been doing a great job of spreading the ball around and again.
Like I said, I think we're going to see a shootout tonight.
I think we're gonna see too mediocre teams be able to move the ball up and down the field against one another.
He's had, what, six touchdowns in two games now, So he's a safe streamer to go with, especially in a week where there's some question marks for some quarterbacks.
About what weapons are they gonna have? Or there's some tougher matchups this week that we've had the first two weeks to for some of the top edge guys.
These guys should have a say floor.
James Robinson coming on making a name for himself last week.
Last two weeks, really.
But last week goes over 100 yards.
It's his backfield, I thought was kind of funny to myself.
You look at ESPN, you look at Yahoo and you look at the projections, and what you wind up seeing is that they actually have Chris Thompson.
When you're talking about a half point in full point PPR leagues, they have Chris Thompson projected pretty high clip.
He did get the receiving touchdown, but he has not had the role that I expected him to have, which was the main passing down roll.
That has not been the case.
This is James Robinson's backfield, and you know what? He looked pretty good.
He's shown decent vision.
He's shown the ability to balance off the tackles, went bursting through the line of scrimmage, and at the very least, he's a guy that, you know he's gonna get to go align work.
Jay Gruden loves to be able to run the football because he wants to be able to play play action off of it.
So he's gonna keep giving the ball.
And when he has one guy to give the ball to, you're pretty much guaranteed 18 maybe possibly even 20 carries a game.
James Robinson is well on his way to being the pick up of the year for fantasy football purposes.
Without a doubt, everyone looks for that guy.
No one drafted that guy that came out of nowhere.
You picked him up and he wanted being a big reason why you won the championship.
That is looking like it's gonna be James Robinson this year, and I've had to recognize that, and I put him up the RV 16 for this week.
You're not worried about the Dolphins.
He gets 18 carries against the Dolphins tonight.
There's a very good chance he's getting over the century mark with a touchdown.
Now the wide receiver group of the Jaguars, where things get a little bit interesting for fantasy football purposes, D.
J H Arc is gonna be a game time decision.
The last report on him, though, is that he is actually trending in the right direction.
So that's the good news.
You should have deejay chart, and if you have him, he's a must play.
In fact, even with the limited amount of practice time this week, even with the injury, as long as he plays, I am putting him inside my top 10 this week with no Byron Jones Eggs Avian.
Howard has not played up to snuff or up to his level that we're used to seeing him play at in years past.
J Chart has not been the one getting the targets lately.
It's been killing coal, but Shark, this is a game in which are goes off.
This is a game in which he established himself as number one.
First of all, he only needs one.
Play the ticket to the house and be the big winner on the fantasy week.
She likes to go to him if this game gets close, if it gets high scoring towards the end, I expect deejay chart to get a few more extra targets.
And he did the past couple of weeks.
And remember last week, even though he only had four targets, he still had four catches for 84 yards.
He still led the team in receiving yards, even off of a smaller workload, because that's the type of wide receiver that he is.
What did we just see this stuff on Digs Dio.
Now I'm not saying deejay charts gonna go eight catches for 156 yards in this game.
But what I am saying that the century mark is something that very well should be within the range of outcomes along with a touchdown.
I think this is the game that we see D.
J chart break out for the 2020 season, and that's why I have him as a wide receiver eight on the week.
So I really like him. You got to play him in your lineups.
Now what do you do about, you know, Keelan Call? What do you do about this? Because Chanel, who are getting a lot more run getting more used early on this season, then even, really, I expected them to be.
And my answer to that is, Look, you have to stash killing coal if you If you're going to this week and you have, you know Davante Adams or Julio Jones or Jamison Crowder guys who may or may not play this week A.
Brown and you have that extra bench spot because you have to send one of these guys that the I R.
I don't necessarily wanna play coal in this match.
I just don't trust it.
I know the first two weeks he's caught a touchdown.
I know he's playing a slot receiver role.
I know he's seeing some good volume.
Cole has burned fantasy owners so much in the past, is hard to trust it.
If you're desperate, it's a good matchup to play them.
But here's what I will say if he winds up having a good game today, which could be in the range of outcomes and killing Coal is gonna be somebody is gonna start entering that wide receiver three territory moving forward based on his role within this offense.
The viscous Chanel is somebody that I don't need to roster yet.
But he's another guy.
He's getting more involved in different aspects of the game, right? They gave him.
I believe it was four or five carries last week.
They are getting him involved in the passing game.
Dede Westbrook continues to be a healthy and active.
He's just not involved.
So that means Channel is going to continue to be the wide receiver. Three.
When it comes to snaps because he's been playing ahead of Chris Conley when it comes to the snap count so low viscous channel, somebody who is getting involved in different ways.
And I like his big playability as he developed as a receiver.
As the season goes on, he is somebody who might have some decent value for you.
Come up those bye weeks.
We're gonna have more injuries.
Hopefully, is not as bad as his past red Sunday, but we're gonna have more of that.
So he's somebody I'm keeping my eye on.
But he's not somebody that I need to own right now, especially not for this matchup.
And then you're not playing Tyler Eifert in this game.
It's nice to see him out there.
I'm glad he's healthy.
He's had a hell of a time in his NFL career, but I am not going to play Tyler Eifert.
Uh, really any time I can, because there's a lot of streaming tight ends that you could turn Thio.
You don't need a guy like Tyler Eifert, which is just, ah, hope and a prayer that he falls into the end zone so that pretty much wraps it up for the Thursday night game.
Going into this one, the news and notes there, let's take it off to our first Sunday matchup.
Let's take it off to the Chicago Bears. Take it off to Atlanta Falcons.
We'll start on the Falcon side the ball.
Because Julio Jones did not practice yesterday.
The comments out of Dan Quinn were not something to make you feel confident in moving forward, saying that they he reaggravated it or at least aggravated the hamstring injury last week to some capacity.
They're gonna take it slow with him throughout the week, so we're probably not gonna practice today, either.
If he's in a limited capacity, at least by Friday, you'll know he has a pretty good shot to play.
But if he's not able to practice it all this week, I don't know if we see Julio Jones against the Chicago Bears.
If he does play, you have to play him.
He's still a top five wide receiver.
If he's out there on the field.
And if you're like Well, what about last week where his box score would indicate to you that he was nothing more than a decoy? My response to that would be watch the game tape.
I have game past.
I go back, I watch all these games, so that way I can give you guys the best ****ysis of what actually happened in the game.
And I'm not just basing all of my all of my opinions, all of my ****ysis based on box scores for you.
Based on numbers.
We take all of the variables here at the end, the Spanish football show.
We look at the numbers, but we also look at how the game flow is going.
Who's actually playing where taking the actual context of the game.
It's not just a game of numbers in fantasy football.
Obviously, it's heavy on the numbers.
But it's not just about the numbers.
It's about being able to see what is not obvious in front of you and what is not obvious in front of you when it comes to Julio Jones.
Is that how he caught that, I believe is gonna be a 45 yarder from Russell gave it was a beautiful pass, By the way, I didn't know Russell Gauge could throw the ball like that.
A beautiful trick play, a beautiful pass landed in both his hands.
If he catches that ball, he has a much different stat line.
People are feeling much differently about Julio Jones and what he can do on his hamstring.
And that's just one play, one play that he normally makes hurt or not.
Now he was laboring that game.
There's no question about that, and I don't like the fact that he reaggravated it.
And if it's bad enough, frankly, even as a fantasy owner who has Julio Jones and a number of leagues, I would rather see him sit this week and get healthy.
It comes to the soft tissue injuries because you don't want to keep having to go through this every single week.
Words like Did you reaggravated or did you not allowed to hell because you weren't resting? But at the same time, it's really hard to win your fantasy matchups if you don't have Julio Jones available in your lineups, either.
So if you plays, you gotta play and we'll keep you updated on that.
If you follow me on Twitter at belly up M D F F show, I have player news notifications coming out on a 24 7 basis to keep you guys updated to keep you guys in line with what's going on in the league.
So that way you don't make mistakes, you don't play guys.
You shouldn't or you have the edge over your opponents to be able to make that waiver move for that player who is going to be replacing them before your opponents deal now.
If Julio Jones doesn't play, Russell gauges is not only a must pick up off the waiver wire because I talked about him this past Tuesday on the waiver wire segment, he is still less than 50% on on average.
Not only is he must pick up, but he's a must play.
Even if Julio is in the game, I still haven't coming in as wide Receiver 30.
This passing attack is just They're just going vertical dirt cutter is making these guys stay vertical.
Stay down the field.
And as long as that continues to be the case, the running backs, which we'll talk about Todd Gurley in a second the running backs will not be as involved in the passing game as they normally were in Qatar's past.
It will be all the wide receivers down the field.
It will continue to be Russell Gauge and Hayden Hurst in the middle, getting what would have been some running back targets in their situation.
Haven't really is Calvin, really.
We? We know you're starting Calvin Ridley.
He's my wide receiver 11 on the week.
And, frankly, that might even be too low.
These are Q B eight Solid Q B one.
He's definitely a guy that you want to go with because of the passing attack, because they're so vertical because they're so aggressive.
Chicago doesn't have a secondary that scares you.
They do have a front four that's going to give Todd Gurley all kinds of problems which will lead will lead into that now, Now, girly, if somebody we have him as running back 23 half point, PPR leaks.
So we have done our B two.
That somebody who needs to be in your line is because he can always get you a touchdown.
He's getting the work at the goal line.
This is an offensive scores.
A lot of points is a touchdown dependent.
Yeah, if he doesn't score, he's gonna look pretty.
No, but it is somebody that you have to play.
He's getting what he got 21 carries last week.
There aren't too many running backs were getting that many carries that much of a workload.
When you combine that with the fact that he's gonna get the goal line work, he is somebody who is a low NRB to a high end flex play for me.
But I was so much bigger on girly coming into the season because when you look at dirt, cutters pass.
When you look at the Falcons past, they involve the running backs in the passing game.
And the biggest problem that I believe he had last year with the Rams wasn't just because the offensive looked like itself wasn't because of the offensive line.
Looks like one of the worst offensive lines in football.
The biggest reason was that he wasn't involved in the passing game and I thought he would be in Atlanta.
That hasn't been the case for two weeks.
If that continues, if he's not involved there, then he's going to be a touchdown dependent low NRB to for the rest of the season.
Now you got to stay with me once you get past the Chicago Bears.
He has a really nice schedule from Week four all the way up until their bye week in week nine.
So I think you're gonna have opportunities to sell high on Todd Gurley coming up because he has a lot of games in which he should look decent and which he should score a touchdown or tour in those matchups.
So if you have Todd Gurley whole pack playing for a couple of weeks, and maybe maybe the week before is by, maybe we gate Week seven, maybe look to sell them off because he's going to have more value this matchup a little tougher.
We'll see how healthy Hicks is.
He did get a little bit banged up in last week's game, but if he's out there on the field, Chicago is not an easy team to run on for anybody, let alone an offensive line that's clearly still melding and a running back who is clearly plotting.
But he needs to be in your lives for now.
Hayden Hurst, definitely always a top 10 tight end for us.
It is a little annoying that he has to kind of go back and forth with Russell gauges faras those targets go, but again, if there's no Julio Jones, he might get an uptick in that and Chicago has been great against a tight end so far, So Hayden Hurst were firing him up in the top five tight end this week.
We like the prospects that he brings to the table, and he's he's awesome.
If Austin Hooper didn't scoring a touchdown, we're always happy with his production with those for his fantasy line.
No, not always, but he's a guy who's going to get more targets than your average tight end.
Matt Ryan's going to start involving him in the red zone.
Look, Calvin Ridley.
He's got 4 2002 games, but most of it's been because even wide open, I don't know if I've ever seen a wide receiver, especially of his caliber, be not covered.
The most important aspect of the field.
That's what's been going on.
So once that happens, once defense is wise up a little bit and you're gonna start to see Hirst get more involved in the end zone.
I can't make any promises for Julio Jones for whatever reason, when it gets, too, when it gets to touch down time, he's just allergic to the paint is part of the field.
I don't know what it is, but it's just it's just how it's worked his entire career.
It's maddening. It doesn't make any sense.
But that's pretty much you just kind of have to accept that.
It is what it is at this point for Julio Jones when it comes to scoring.
But hitting her is the top five guy.
And if you're looking for kickers Yung Wei Qiu, you know, definitely Number one kicker to go ahead and play for this week probably should go back and mentioned that Jackson JAG wires that was a late move on their part.
Josh Lambo heads to the IRA, had some kind of hip injury.
It's brain and right will be their kicker.
So if you are somebody who had Josh Lambo, you need to go ahead and drop them.
I don't not necessary for Brandon, right? But for whatever kickers available in your waiver wire, that's probably the most kicker ****ysis you're ever going to get out of me for the finishing football show.
More and more leagues are playing without the kickers.
I even becoming a thing.
I still think it should be a thing in fancy football.
I like what they could do for your team.
I dio. I like kickers.
I like guys who can kick you get from 40 yards, 50 yards away, attack on four or five points cheaply.
I like being all have that little edition makes it interesting.
Makes it a little more fair, a little more volatile.
I like the kicker thing, but it's going away.
It is going away because it's an unpredictable position.
And most people in fantasy football do not like playing with unpredictable things, even though everything about fantasy football, because everything about the NFL is unpredictable, which is why I like kickers because it's part of the game.
Why are we taking things out going into fancy football that are part of the game? Fantasy football seems to be a reflection of the NFL that we all know and love kickers are a part of that, so I don't know why we keep taking that away.
That's just my kicker. Two cents.
Rams Buffalo Bills.
I mean, you're not you're not playing Jared Goff.
You're not gonna stream against the Buffalo Bills defense.
I know Ryan Fitzpatrick had a decent game, but that game was weird all around.
I mean, you had the Lightning delay.
They just a divisional opponents.
I see the bill is playing much better this game, especially in Buffalo, where the Rams have to travel from the from the West Coast to the East Coast.
So I don't see this being a situation like last week.
We're running structures able to do his thing.
I have been impressed with the Rams offense and Sean McVeigh and his play calling.
He looks like he's back to where he was two years ago.
The problem with the Rams offense, and especially for Jared Goff, is that it's clear their offense is lacking that deep threat weapon that they don't do not have brain and cooks.
And they did not really replace his skill set and what it was that he brought to the table.
So because of that, this is an offense that eventually teams are gonna be able to figure out that they can squeeze and play up closer to the line of scrimmage.
That's something I think Buffalo might do here.
I'm not a big fan of Robert.
Robert Woods is not a must start for me this week.
In fact, if I can help it, I'm going to sit him.
He's going to be the one who's gonna be matched up on your Davis White more times than not Cooper Cubs gonna have the better matchup.
Not great matchup.
He's gonna have a better matchup, and you have to figure it's only a matter of time before he gets involved in the red zone.
Right Week One was a Robert Woods week.
You got targeted.
He had he had the jet sweep for a touchdown.
Week to obviously Tyler Higbee Week.
Three touchdowns against Philadelphia Eagles.
That might be the biggest problem for Group of Cup.
Moving forward is not Robert Woods. Tyler Higbee.
Coming into the season, I was bigger on Cooper Cup because when it comes down to it, him and Robert Woods is gonna have similar targets by the end of the year.
The difference normally speaking to this point has been that Cooper Cup is the guy who's favored in the red zone for Jared Goff.
But now, if you're gonna have Tyler Higbee be involved, that's going to take away from some of the touchdown capacity group of cops, so his ceiling might not be quite as high as we were anticipating at being heading into this year.
Now, unlike Robert Woods, though, heading into this matchup, Cooper Cup comes in as a wide receiver three for us on the week.
So if somebody could start in the flex position 31 to be exact, because he is going to have a little bit better matchup.
I do believe there's a chance that he finds the end zone this week because think about Jared coffee.
I think he likes to get different guys involved.
He likes to get all of his guys involved, but it's usually only one guy per week.
It never seems to be able to be everybody and in this matter, because a tough defense is not going to be so.
I do like Cooper Cup, but you need to temper your expectations instead of being the wide receiver to that, you will normally expect him to be.
It'll be more of a wide receiver three.
But Robert Woods? I'd send him if you if you have the ability to do so, you may not, but if you have the ability to do so, I'm sitting Robert Woods. This week.
I don't like the matchup with him and trade.
You saw what happened last week when you match up on Dairy Slave for most of the game.
They just didn't go his way.
It might be very similar to part of the game plan this week.
Higby, I feel you gotta play Higby after last week.
I don't know how you been to tight end, who had three touchdowns.
He comes in right at number five for us on the week, and especially after you watched the game that my Kasicky had last week against Buffalo.
You have no reason to think that the tight end is not a position that could take advantage of this Buffalo defense at the moment.
It Lee at the least, so he'd be somebody that we got to play number five for the week.
Good, good chance for a touchdown again might be the mismatch that the Rams need on the offensive side of the ball.
Because the running game, at least for fantasy purposes, you're not playing anybody.
If you have to play one, it's Malcolm Brown.
Now let me take you down on that one.
I know last week.
He led the way in touches, and it seems like a lot of people who did not watch that game on Lee check the box score all of a sudden, questions like, Well, wait a minute.
Is Henderson now a big part of this? The answer to that is yes and no.
And what I mean by that is he's part of the three man rotation that Sean McVeigh has talked about all season long, all off season long that he was going to run.
How many times did he say he wanted his backfield to reflect? Well, Kyle Shanahan in the 40 Niners did as far as a committee and a hot hand approach.
He stayed true to that.
Can't makers may not miss this game? Can makers is day to day.
There's actually a pretty decent chance that he's going to be able to suit up and play on Sunday.
So you might have all three backs actually, health because remember Week one Darryl Henderson wasn't healthy.
He was on the field.
He was active, but he had not practiced that much leading up to that week because he was dealing with his own soft tissue injury for can makers.
It's rib cartilage, but it sounds like he actually might play this week.
So the only running back that I can even feasibly imagine playing with Malcolm Brown and Malcolm Brown didn't get as many touches as Darryl Henderson last week because he dislocated his pinkie, which they fixed.
So he's good to go.
He's already been practicing.
He's the guy that you can trust will have the goal line role.
Darryl Henderson, cam makers and even between twenties Malcolm Brown, who knows who's going to get to carries? Who knows who's going to be the guy who gets hot that day? But when they get in close, no matter what's going on the game, as long as he's healthy and out there on the field, Malcolm around, the guy getting carries the goal line.
So that's why he's the only one that I am comfortable playing.
If I have to play a Rams running back, I don't want to.
If I can help it, he does come in is our B 26 for us this week, there's a pretty good chance he falls into the red zone against the Buffalo Bills.
If I can avoid it, though, I will, because you're you're hoping your touchdown dependency you're hoping for a touchdown.
So just kind of keep that in mind when you're when you're looking at this Rams backfield because a lot of people put a lot of value on it.
Now let's flip it over.
Let's go to the bill side the ball.
Obviously, you're playing.
Josh Allen is the number one quarterback threw two weeks.
It's a decent Rams defense, but even if Josh Allen doesn't have big passing numbers and he's not going to have 417 passing yards this game put that out there. Right now.
I only get to be a stretch for anybody's imagination, but we all know what he could do on the ground.
We all know what he could do with his legs and for fancy football purposes, that's more valuable.
We all know that, really.
He's the goal line back.
I mean, hell, he might even be the running back everywhere.
Zach Boss, They're not.
Two guys have gotten many carries over the past couple of weeks, and even the workload that they have gotten, they've been splitting with each other.
So I don't wanna play the Bills running back because the real running back is Josh Allen.
He's the guy who's going to run it in for a touchdown.
More likely than those two are.
I mean, it's crazy.
Buffalo Bills in a year have completely flipped what they do on offense.
There are pass first team after week one.
That was My big question is this.
Something is going to continue because he threw the ball over 40 times in a game in which they were up by multiple scores for the majority of that game, was it going to continue now against the Dolphins? It wanted being a back and forth and wanted being a high scoring game, but it was still never out of hand.
They were still never trailing, and yet they still never really made an effort to commit to the run game to commit to the running backs.
Does it pass first email, plain and simple, with Stefan Digs and Josh Allen and John Brown and Cole Beasley, and maybe Dawson knocks.
He's a little bit banged up.
He didn't practice yesterday.
We have to wait to see what happens with him throughout the week.
This this is hands down without a doubt, a pass first team and Josh Allen's played really well.
Now YSL question his accuracy.
Consistencies when they actually play competent defense is this will be their first real test, frankly, when it comes to the defense inside of the ball.
But if he's gonna have all the volume, it's like throwing a bunch of darts at the dartboard.
If you throw enough of them, one of them's gonna hit the bull's eye.
That's kind of how I look at what Josh Allen.
So he's gonna be good.
You gotta play miss Q B one pretty much until further notice, frankly, maybe the rest of the season.
So as I talked about them, a single Singletary and Zach Moss again, if I can help it, I'm not playing them now.
I'm rushing Devin Singletary.
I'm rushing Zach Moss because the fact that they are getting double digit touches between rushing and receiving, and if one of them were to go down the other one would instantly become an R B two, because now all of a sudden, even if they are, pass first team that said Running back should be looking at 16 plus touches the game.
So I'm not gonna drop these guys.
But there are also people that need to stay on your bench is not They're not guys.
You're gonna be able to start plain and simple.
I don't think anybody would disagree with at this point.
Obviously, you're playing Stefon Diggs a catch 156 yards.
You're playing Stefon Diggs.
If you conceal high on Stefon Diggs, I'm okay with that.
That's probably was his best game of the year last week.
I mean, there's not like again, there's not gonna be too many games, if at all the rest of this season that Josh Allen throws the ball 417 yards and that might equate into Stefon.
Diggs is having his biggest game of the week this past Sunday as well.
So if you can sell him high, maybe ah, Julio Jones, owner of panicking a little bit.
Maybe Davante Adams owner doesn't know what his status is definitely going to be for Sunday, and that's that's the game.
We're gonna talk about tomorrow.
Maybe, you know, you got a number of guys here who may be panicking on certain receivers.
Maybe somebody's panicking or Mike Evans because they know that when Chris got winds and there he is, the wide receiver, one over Evans.
These are all receivers I would probably rather have than Stefon Diggs, and after that game, there's a pretty good chance that you would be able to sell them high for that.
So just kind of keep that in mind.
Now don't sell them for anything.
That's not what I'm saying.
If you can get an upper echelon player, then you do it.
You don't just go ahead and sell him off for any Joe Schmoe that someone's willing to trade you is not what I'm saying.
It all is one of the biggest mistakes that I see fantasy football owners make on a consistent basis that someone tells you, Oh, they sell high on this guy and they sell them for anything like, Well, he told me to sell high on like, yeah, I didn't tell you to sell high on for stealing coal.
That's not what I told you to dio, so just kind of keep that in mind when you're looking at these trades.
But if you can make a move to upgrade your team.
Or maybe if you have a lot of wide receivers and you need a running back.
Because after this week we had a lot of running back injuries and maybe you weren't one of the guys were able to get.
Ah, Mike Davis and Jerick McKinnon.
Ah, Devonta Freeman a.
Maybe you weren't able to get one of those guys and, you know, running back.
Well, then again, a mid level high in R B two or higher is what I would aim for for Stefon Diggs.
If you have strength at your wide receiver position, I'm I'm not going to play John Brown this week.
If I can help it.
I know he had that big game, but think about it in that huge game of Josh Allen.
Had John Brown really wasn't involved.
In fact, if he hadn't gotten that bomb touchdown at the end of the game, well, then John Brown would've been somebody that we've been super disappointed on.
It was really came on.
One play on the last drive of that game is really where he made his fantasy statement.
Now that that doesn't mean two weeks in a row.
He's been He's been good, but it's going to be a little bit more hit and miss because he's not gonna get the volume that Stefon Diggs is getting now.
They continue to throw the ball hovering around that 40 pass attempt mark.
There should be enough volume from him more times than not.
But again, this is a pretty decent Rams secondary heading into this matchup.
So if I have better options, I'm going to go better option because he's really more of a low end wide receiver, three high and wide receiver four with big play potential, but not something that I want to play.
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So we got Washington. We got Cleveland.
Fancy ****ysis for you again.
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Washington Guess what? There's one player that I'm playing this week.
That's very McLaurin, and I probably should go without saying the fact that Terry McLaurin would definitely be in your lineup had a big game last week.
Seven catches, 125 yards and touchdown.
He is the target.
He is the weapon.
He is what Washington needs to be able to go to in order to move the football on a consistent basis, especially down the field, is the only big play threat.
I mean, besides him, Logan Thomas has been the guy who's been Mawr consistently involved, as faras Target chair goes.
But he's a journeyman tight end.
He's not a guy who is always going to be able to bring you value.
He's a guy who's very touchdown dependent.
This isn't a great matchup against Cleveland for him, and there's a lot of really good streaming options. Tight end this week.
I mean, Logan Thomas is somebody comes all the way down at tight end 22 for us, so I'm looking elsewhere.
Why is Antonio Gibson not a must play? You can play them if you need to.
Again, you're gonna find yourself in situations where you may not have better options.
Antonio Gibson is going to be one of those guys where you may not have a better option, especially if you're the Christian McCaffrey owners say Kwan Barkley owner.
Those are all possibilities.
He's somebody who falls in the category of a not must start for me at our B 25 more of a flex play, and the reason for that is Cleveland's actually pretty good against the run game.
Look at Baltimore Week one.
As much as Cleveland was manhandled by the Ravens nobody in that backfield really went off.
Even even Lamar Jackson.
Now as a team, they had a good collective yardage total as a team because you had Lamar go for 40 yards.
You had Ingram go for.
I believe it is close to 40 yards.
Dobbins had 22 so as a team, it wasn't bad.
But no one individual really had a good game.
And remember, that was a game where Mark Ingram.
Actually, I take that back marketing about 29 yards in week one.
Nobody in that game had an efficient day.
Dobbins and Mark Ingram were under or at three yards of carry and then look at Joe Mixon.
Joe Mixon had a little bit of a better game, a little bit more efficient than either one of those did.
But he didn't have a big game against them, either, and he had a lot of volume.
He was also limit.
He was also held in check.
I think there's a chance here to this.
Brown's defense might wind up being one of the top 10 run defense is in the NFL this season.
The defense alliance playing really well.
They're winning the point of attack last week.
Antonio Gibson was the guy Peyton Barber.
After Week one, he wasn't a thing in Week two, you only have one carry, and he should be the guy moving forward.
I mean, this Washington team is building for the future.
They're not playing for this year, even though their one on one at the time.
So I expect to see Gibson get involved Mawr and Mawr as we move forward.
The big thing that Gibson is him being involved in the passing game.
So that's where he still becomes a flex play, depending on what other options you have.
Because as that ramps up and I expected to ramp up even more this week than last week, he's gonna have a nice little floor for you, especially talking about half 0.
4 point. PPR leaks.
So I like it for that. For those purposes.
As far as his upside, though, I don't think he's gonna have an efficient rushing day.
So that's why we kind of having a little further down this week.
That's why Terry McLaren's my only must start.
We're talking about Washington now in the Cleveland side of the ball obviously Chub Hunt.
I know Washington's been pretty decent against the run in their own right, as far as efficiency numbers go.
Kenny Drink had a solid game, but it took him 22 carriers to get the 80 yards.
But this Cleveland team is built differently.
They're running, attack is built differently and their team is built around the running attack.
So you're gonna see Nick Chubb.
You're gonna see Kareem Hunt B'more involved.
Then the running attack for Arizona was especially.
I mean, in the first half of the Arizona, they ran out the clock in the second half.
They played their four minute offense pretty much the entire time.
So that's why it's all Drakes.
Volume start to really tick up in that second half.
In the first half, it was all Colin Murray.
Well, as we discovered against Cincinnati, Cleveland, in order from the wing games has to be all about Nick Chubb and Cream Hunt.
It doesn't really matter who they're playing.
Cincinnati is even a less talented team, arguably speaking in Washington, or at least on the same level, in the same mediocre level.
Even in that, even in that kind of a matchup they are still going to go with the Russian attack as their big weapons.
So Chub Hunt must plays O B J.
That's where things get a little bit more interesting, I told everybody last week.
This offense isn't built around Baker Mayfield.
It's not built for Baker Mayfield.
It's not built for the passing attack.
B J is a matchup dependent low and wide receiver too high and wide receiver three.
He still has the big play ability.
He still just needs that one play to go to the right spot at the right time for him to be able to convert.
I still truly believe that only the talent has left him, but he's not going to get the consistent volume that you need.
And then, even to a lesser degree.
Jarvis Landry, who has been probably one of the most dependable fantasy wide receivers over the past few years because this guy always finds a way to produce was a big Was it flashy? No, it never waas, but he always found a way to get you wide receiver to numbers.
There's not enough volume, and if their main attack in the passing game when they do throw the ball is make sure we get O B J the ball first and foremost.
Well, drivers land you become somebody who can be on your team could be on your bench, but he's gonna be game script dependent.
So he's definitely not a must play for us because I don't see why Washington is going to be able to put the pressure on Cleveland in this game to force them.
They have to throw the ball more than they want to.
So this isn't going to be a matchup in which should game script for more targets for Jarvis, Landry or even more targets for O. B J.
Jay comes in wide receiver 29 for us for the week, squarely a wide receiver. Three.
It's not a bad matchup.
I mean, Washington secondary doesn't scare you, but the volume of Cleveland does, and it probably should go without saying that.
That also means that we're not playing Baker Mayfield.
He's not a streaming option for us and probably never will be any point this season, so we're gonna move on.
Thankfully, though, I will say that's one of the few games that doesn't really have much injury news, especially coming out from last week.
That's kind of a plus to see, especially when a fancy perspective.
But we move on here.
We go to Tennessee, we go to Minnesota.
Let's start off with the Minnesota Vikings side of the ball.
Let's start off with a team that looks completely lost with a quarterback who is most overpaid quarterback in the NFL.
I've Who else is a more overrated than Kirk Cousins right now, Especially the contract that he has.
I mean, he's got you have more guaranteed until Patrick Mahomes deal him or guaranteed money than anybody than any quarterback.
And he played horrendous against a not very good cults defense I called defense that lost Malik Hooker early in that game.
So from a fantasy perspective, Adam feeling might get left out to be drowned.
And he was one of my guys coming into the season who was a fantasy bust for me.
He was in my top five fantasy bus wide receivers because I was worried kind of Cleveland.
I was worried about the volume of this offense.
Remember last year the only threw the ball 463 times.
That's not a lot of volume.
And even though feeling was hurt last year, you just look at Stefon Diggs.
How how frustrating was it to watch the FAAN digs from a fantasy perspective, be as inconsistent as he was when he had a stretch about four or five games with no Adam feeling? Because that's how low the passing volume Waas now.
So far through two weeks, it hasn't been because of the rushing attack, which is what the case was last year.
While the passing volume is so low is because Minnesota never has the ball through two weeks, they've been completely dominated in a time of possession, which is also killing Galvan.
Cooks touches Now the good thing for Dalvin Cook owners is that he's so good he finds a way to get in the end zone anyway.
That's why he's an R B one.
He had 14 touches in Week one.
He had I'm sorry, 14 carries a week, 1 12 carries in Week two, and he still finds a way to put up top 10 performances.
That's just how good he is, and better days are ahead as Faras carries go I do believe Minnesota will eventually get this figured out.
They have a good coaching staff.
Mike Zimmer, Gary Kubiak.
These guys know what they're doing.
They're going to make adjustments.
Kirk Cousins is streaky.
He'll have games where he looks like he doesn't belong in the NFL, and then he'll go on to stretch where he catches fire and he's playing amongst one of the top guys and I don't know.
I don't think there's gonna be any different.
The one thing I will say is that Minnesota has to involve another wide receiver outside of Adam dealing somebody else has to get featured.
Somebody else has to be a hot read to make the game easier on her cousins.
And it doesn't necessarily need to be Justin Jefferson, even though it should be because they spent the first round pick on him.
But that could just be a simple as let's run some more screens of Dalvin Cook.
Let's make some easy plays, so our playmakers an open field.
I think that amongst everything has been the most shocking to me.
This is a team that was built on the screen game and play action off the run game last year.
They haven't run any screens at the Dalven, and once they start doing that, on top of the fact that Dad was going to get more than 12 and 14 carries moving forward in most games, well, that one will be right up there with camera and Zeke for competing for that R B one spot.
Now there's no Christian McCaffrey, no say Kwan Barkley.
So I think better days are ahead for Cook.
I think Adam feeling is somebody who's going to be game, script and what I mean by game script.
I don't mean in the game which Minnesota has come back from behind or they're having a high scoring contest because that defense is not going to be the same defense that it has been for the past years.
They have lost too many guys the off season. They lost too many guys.
The injury already Anthony Bar, now the latest victim.
We don't know when he's coming back, so they're gonna have games where they're gonna be a shootout situations.
But even then it's more about game script as far as are you going to have the football at least half the time.
That's what the game script has become for them.
That's what needs to go for Adam feeling.
They need to have the actual football.
That hasn't happened.
I don't know if it happens this week.
What's the one thing Tennessee wants to do? They want to run the ball.
His efficiency woes.
If you have Derrick Henry and you've been worried because you had 31 carries Week one in 25 carries a week to, and you've been getting less than four yards of carry.
Guess what? Pony up.
You're getting five yards to carry this game.
Minnesota doesn't have anybody to stop the run.
They have nothing in that front seven.
Now their best bet is bringing Smith down into the box.
Henry's gonna have a huge game this week.
I know a lot of people who picked up Henry and DFS, who owned him in redraft leagues, were really disappointed last week against Jackson Jaguars.
We didn't have a huge Game 18.
He historically will torch.
I think all that production you were hoping for last.
You're going to get it this week.
I'm double checking it right now, but I have Derrick Henry in the top 10.
I haven't actually number eight.
I'm looking at now.
That might be too low.
He probably belongs in the top five now.
There are a lot of good running backs with good matchup, and that's why he follows that A for me.
But it's not gonna surprise me.
This guy finishes on top five.
Ryan Tannehill is a must stream quarterback, more so than Gardner meant you.
So if you were listening earlier and you were like, Oh, I'll pick up Gardner mention not. No, no, no.
If Ryan Tannehill still out there, which was actually quite more leads than I thought there was going to be because I believe the number was about 42% owned, meaning he's 58% available on average of the major platforms.
We have him as to be seven this week.
You saw it last week. Even without a J. Brown.
This offense is just tailor made for Ryan Tannehill.
He could just play within himself.
He doesn't have to do too much the throw multiple touchdowns, the great match, because Minnesota they're probably not going to have a J.
Brown this week, comments he made yesterday really kind of suggests that he wants forbade him, He said he wants to take allow take it slow.
But it kind of suggests that it might be a few more weeks before we see a J.
It doesn't matter. You have the new Smith.
Corey Davis is all of a sudden, the thing Geno Smith comes in, the top five tight end for us.
I'm so hesitant to tell people to trust him.
We've seen this before now, Right now, if there's no A J.
Brown, he has a guaranteed target work share.
That kind of goes his way.
And if he keeps having these plus matchups, he's somebody who at least is a wide receiver for who could be considered in your Flex.
I don't love it because we've seen Cory Davis disappear in the past, but for this particular matchup, no H H.
Brown, Corey Davis and Adam Humphreys, they're going to get the majority of the target when it comes to the wide receiver position.
Now I'm not playing Adam Humphreys unless I'm in a full point PPR league and I'm a deeper league and I'm desperate.
But Corey Davis is somebody who probably needs to be considered in your flex this week in half point. Four point.
PPR leaks, especially especially in Minnesota, so we'll move on.
We got the Patriots.
Our excuse me. Yeah, we got the Patriots.
We got the Raiders readers coming off that Monday night victory, that surprise victory against the Saints showing up big.
I love Josh Jacobs in this game.
He's one of the reasons why Derrick Henry came in at number eight because we have Josh Jacobs.
Big game gets the Saints, which have a much better run defense in the Patriots right now with no with no Donta Hightower.
Chris Carson just had a really great game against them, and that was with five passing touchdowns in their passing attack, so they weren't even less started.
Leaning on Chris Carson.
Josh Jacobs had 27 carries last week.
He got a little bit banged up towards the end, but it sounds like he should be okay.
So fire up Josh Jacobs.
With all the confidence in the world, he's gonna be an R B one.
The question, I think becomes Can you start Henry rugs? My answer to that from a fantasy perspective is no.
Henry Rugs is still making a bigger impact on the field from an NFL standpoint, but he's not quite at the point where he's making a big impact from a fantasy standpoint, and in this matchup, he's gonna see Stefan Gilmore a fair share times.
Metcalf and Tyler Lockett both There's had really good games.
Well, they're both better.
Wide receivers and Henry Rugs is right now, and I can guarantee you, Stefan Gilmore and that secondary and company took that the heart last week because they're not used to giving up big plays like that.
So outside of Darren Waller, I don't think there's a pass catcher on the Raiders that I can really trust this week.
Now it comes Darren Waller.
He's a top 10 tight end.
You're starting him every single week.
It doesn't really matter who he's playing, but again with the pages not having Patrick Chung with them Not having Hightower, there's 13 that's acceptable to the tight end right now, especially if your team that utilizes it.
So I expect Darren Waller have a really strong game.
I have a tight end seven this week.
Don't not play Derrick Carr.
I know he had a big game against the Saints, and I was like, Oh, Derek Carr.
Enter streaming territory now. Absolutely not.
This is still a guy who's Captain Checkdown.
That's the only wants to be.
And in a matchup in which I don't think Henry rugs is going to break free as often, or at least it's not as probable to do so.
I'm not taking my shot in their car going for 300 yards this game.
It's not gonna happen.
So on the Patriot side of the ball, it's pretty simplified.
But Cam Newton, obviously playing him with the way they've been running him, he is the goal line back.
So getting those rushing touchdowns and last week showing us that he still has the arm.
And if it means that he has to throw the ball to Julian Edelman and to kill Harry 100 times the peace to move the ball through the air, then that's what's gonna dio and against the Raiders, that's not gonna be a difficult task.
This is not a secondary that scares you.
They might not even have Jonathan Abram this week because the shoulder injury.
So Julian Edelman fire him up.
He is a wide receiver to for us this week and a hi floor wide receiver to at that Nick Eel.
Harry is somebody who comes in as a low and wide receiver.
Three. Wide receiver. Four.
Ah, guy that you can play in The Flex, who has a nice matchup, has a little more upside than he normally would.
I still don't like the fact this guy has been getting much separation, but because the Patriots don't have anybody throw the ball to outside of Julian Edelman, Cam is forcing the ball his way.
And the one thing about Harry is that he has that ability toe win.
Those 50 50 carries the Windows 50 50 decisions.
So I kind of like him as a nice little play this week, and he might even want a being in my D Efs league, which is actually, I didn't talk about this.
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But nikkila Harry, somebody I'm probably gonna talk about on that show, we're gonna go over San Francisco 40 Niners gonna go over the New York Giants the JV game of the week.
Probably not gonna Jimmy Garoppolo.
Probably not gonna have George Kittle because of the condition of MetLife Stadium.
How is an NFL stadium at this day and age, especially one that spent billions of dollars to build has such poor quality on the field that a team is actually going to elect to bench there superstar player in a game in which they need to have him out there because of the conditions of the field.
How pathetic is that? It's ridiculous.
Never heard anything like it.
So I'm probably going to see George Kittel this week.
We're not gonna see where he most here.
We're not going to see Tevin Coleman.
It's gonna be Nick Mullins, Jerick McKinnon, Jeff Wilson and Brain and I uke making his second start as a rookie.
And, of course, the ages, the new ageless wonder.
Step aside, Frank.
Or the new ageless wonder Jordan Reed at the tight end position with the two touchdowns that he was able to bring in.
It's absolutely nuts, Absolutely nuts.
You can play Jordan Reed is a streamer.
He's gonna probably the number one target again is going to be the red zone target.
There's a team that's gonna be hurting in every capacity.
Guys, by default, are going to have to get the ball.
This is not a good Giants defense, so Jordan reads going, It's gonna be a second week where you can stream him, look it up.
I got him at wide receiver 23.
It's probably too low, but there's a lot of like I said, there's a lot of good streaming tight ends this week, but he's somebody you can look at DFS y as well.
Jerick McKinnon is my running back to own. I talked about this.
The waiver wire report.
Jerick McKinnon is the running back to own for San Francisco.
I understand that Jeff Wilson Jr is probably going to be the goal line guy, but McKinnon has shown that the first two weeks that he has his speed burst, that he could be a big play threat.
And I think he's at least going to split the Carries with Jeff Wilson between the twenties and he's gonna be the guy catching the ball out of the backfield.
And as I just listed out for you with the lack of targets with the lack of weapons, he's gonna have to get utilized in that capacity.
He might be the team's best playmaker right now and the match against the Giants, and that can be had.
So Jerick McKinnon.
To me, he is a at least a high end Flex play must play, but he comes in as an R B two for us on the week he needs to be in your starting lineup.
If you're in 12 band leaks.
He's actually an R B one for you this week for us because he's running back 12.
His big playmaking ability, the match up, the volume.
It's all lining up perfectly, at least for this week.
Now, we'll see what happens when where he most comes back.
If that's gonna be a couple weeks away, it sounds like Tevin Coleman's more like 4 to 6 weeks away.
So we'll continue to have a role.
Which is why I said he was actually my pickup over Mike Davis because even for the season long, he'll have a role.
Where with Mike Davis.
Christian Kathy comes back, that's it.
But I love him for this week.
He's gonna be a game winner this week.
That's all you're playing on the 40 Niners side of the ball.
Like I said, Goal line guy, You wanna play them because you need a flex playing.
You're hoping for a guy who can fall in the end zone.
He could be an option for you there, But, man, I gotta think there's better options for you.
And then for the Giants, they lose a Kwan.
They bring in advance of Freeman.
No, if anybody is telling you they know for sure what Freeman's role is going to be this week.
They're lying to you.
They're absolutely 100% lying to you.
They have no idea.
They have no clue.
As far as the beat writers are concerned, the consensus on them is that it's more likely to be Dion. Lewis is backfield.
But even then, we know Dion Lewis is and a guy who can carry the ball 15 times a game.
Plus, he might be more involved in the passing game, which is where he becomes interesting from a half point in full point p P r standpoint.
But this Giants team is going to turn to a pass.
They're going to turn to more of a down the field past first team.
Now they don't have Sterling Shepard.
He's out for at least three weeks, but Darius Layton? This is going to be his time to shine.
This is a vulnerable 40 Niners defense, especially the secondary with no Richard Sherman.
He's played really well.
He had a big game against Pittsburgh who I think has a better defense he has a chance to break out.
He leads the way in air yards.
He's the guy they wanna go to.
Daniel Jones likes to push the ball down the field.
He's their biggest weapon right now, period.
Believe it or not, even in a matchup against San Francisco, 40 Niners is a must play for me this week.
He's going to see a targets and Darius Laden with his big play capability.
Seeing a target's gonna say secondary that is vulnerable at the moment is somebody that you have to have in your lineups.
Look, if you need a wide receiver for a guy who's probably going to get 67 targets in this game, he might get you seven catches for 48 yards.
But that will still give you a nice floor and half 480.
4 point PPR leagues of your standard Lee.
I'm not touching them.
Evan Ingram is a must play tight end.
I know it hasn't been pretty, but he did lead the way for them as Faras Target share goes last week, and he's gonna get better as things progress and because now, without a qualm, Barkley, I think this team is going to be a pretty heavy volume passing attack.
That's gonna be extra workload for all the pass catchers involved.
That'll help Ingram and he'll start getting utilized more in the red zone, I believe to if the Giants don't feel like they can run the ball when they get down there, which they might not least, especially not for the first week or two.
We'll see what happens if Freeman gets himself involved.
If you could take over that role and become effective in that situation, but for now, you got to question it.
For now, I'm not sure that's going to be the case, so we move on to the Bangles.
We move on to the Philadelphia Eagles, we'll start on the bank.
Outside of the ball is Joe Burrow, a streamer against a pretty good defense against the Philadelphia Eagles.
The answer to that is unequivocally, Yes, comes in number 10 for us on the week.
So we have as a low end Q B one.
What they showed us against Cleveland was a pretty decent defense in their own right.
But what they showed us against Cleveland is that they're ready to just turn the ball loose.
They're ready to just turn it over to Joe Burrow.
He threw the ball 61 times in that game.
Now he's not gonna do that against the Philadelphia Eagles, and they do have a pretty good secondary.
I don't love A J Green, but they are ready to make this Joe Burrows offense.
That's going to be the case because he is a guy who can get you, Ah, good amount of fantasy points with his legs, cause that's what people are always going to discount about Joe Burrow, especially when talking about the fancy football purposes.
They forget how athletic this guy is.
They forget how explosive he is.
Not a lot of quarterbacks have not.
A lot of people realize that he has.
So that's why I love Joe Burrow.
And he comes into the Q B 10 even in a I competent, more difficult matchup.
Actually, the volumes clear is going to be there because the other thing about the photo of the Eagles is that you can't run on them.
I don't love this game for Joe Mix. Now.
I don't think you're gonna have a better option.
You're gonna have to play them.
I believe it comes as an RB three for us on the week he does at 30 exactly Eagles just a tough team to run the ball on.
And this Bengals offensive line doesn't help matters in any capacity.
But that also goes to I believe Joe Burrow is gonna have to throw the ball a lot in this game.
That's why I think he's gonna have to say, Florida be able to go to.
Like I said, I don't love a J Green.
He's going to be shadowed by Darius Slay this entire matchup, and even though he's led the way in targets and he leads the league in air yards, it's just gonna be a tough magic.
And he hasn't been very efficient with those targets.
I don't know how all of a sudden his efficiency rises to the level that you needed to be against one of top corners in the league.
You may not have a better option because unfortunately just dealing with so many injuries and I feel like I keep saying that over and over again.
But it's kind of the truth But if you if you can find something better than A J.
Green, he's gonna have a low floor this week.
That's not something you wanna get stuck on unless he finds a way to make a big play, and I still believe he has the capacity to do that.
But he's going to need to make a big play.
I think, to be fantasy relevant.
Otherwise, it's not gonna be pretty.
But Tyler boys, the guy I kind of like again like last week when we went into it.
I talked about I didn't like Robert Woods, but I thought Cooper Cup could have a nice game and he didn't have a great game.
But he still had a nice high floor for you still came in with 80 yards.
I think that could be Tyler Boyd this week.
I would play him.
I would have is a wide receiver.
Three as a flex sky for this week, he's going to.
First of all, he's not going to see Darius Slay, so that's number one.
But number two, he's going to have, I believe, more volume in A J Green this week.
He's gonna have the better matchup He's going to be the guy who's gonna be open over the middle field underneath.
He's gonna be the guy.
I think Joe Burrow is gonna turn to the move the chains when greens getting blanket it.
It also goes to, you know, Drew Sample.
If Burrows proven anything over the first two weeks that he's bringing over what he did in college, he loves targeting the tight end.
We just saw Tyler Higbee go for three touchdowns, so this isn't an Eagle's.
Even that's the one area of the field that you can pretty much attacked them is with the tight end.
And true Sample has legitimate athletic ability.
Drew Sample comes in his tight end.
Eight for us on the week.
We have Drew sample as a tight end one, meaning that he is our top streymur at the tight end position. This week.
Our number one guy number number one streamer number eight tight end of the week.
The volume should be there.
The score should be there.
That's the one area is Eagles defense so far the first two weeks that's really shown a weakness and Achilles heel.
The samples should be in line for a pretty good game.
I can't believe it either.
This is gonna be Drew.
Sample might turn and just like, kind of like James Robinson, he might turn into the pickup of the Year two.
If this If this keeps going at this volume in this passing game continues throughout the year.
Now in the Philadelphia Eagles side of the ball here, what do you do with Carson Wentz? I think you have to play them against the Bengals because if you can't play Carson once against the Bengals, who are you going to play him against the rest of the season? It hasn't been pretty.
Hopefully, things get better when Alshon Jeffery comes back and we we still don't have it as a must start in this game.
We have a Q B 16 but I think if you have Carson Wentz, you drafted him so you wouldn't have to stream at the quarterback position.
So therefore, I think you kind of have to play them, because when you're gonna get a better matchup, I guess this Bangles defense.
When's when's that gonna happen? Washington has a better defense than they dio.
When's it gonna happen? So I think you have to start on this.
We could be drafted him if he flops well, guess what Carson Wentz is going to be. Welcome to Flush Town.
For those of you Don't know, Flush Town is when you you know this is This shows way of saying this when you drop a player, so he'll be welcome to flush town.
If he cannot perform against the Bangles and that kind of leads to Sean Jackson, it's kind of similar situation just on. Jackson.
Can't perform against the Bengals with no jailing.
Rigor because he's gonna be out.
There was some, actually conflicts on exactly what his timeline was going to be.
He is on the I R.
So he's definitely out for at least three weeks.
But there was some talk about Is it 6 to 8? Is it 4 to 6? As of right now, what we know for sure is that he's definitely on for next three weeks.
So no Jalen Reagor.
Greg Ward, who's just the guy or, say, a white side who's a bus.
It's just Sean Jackson.
He's the big play threat.
He's going to be out there for a significant amount of snaps, which is something that really hasn't been the case the first two weeks.
He still looks explosive to me.
I don't think the Sean Jackson's lost a step from what I could see on tape, so I don't see why he wouldn't get involved.
So I do like to Sean Jackson as a wide receiver.
Three play this week.
You can go ahead and fire him up in your lineups.
Play Zach Ertz. Play Dallas. Got her got.
It will continue to be a must.
Play the tight end position for me until Alshon Jeffery comes back and then we'll have to reevaluate because then we're gonna Jeffrey, who's more of a target who is more of a red zone target.
Gonna get more involved.
Dallas Ghadir may not see as many opportunities when Jeffrey comes back.
I talked about this before.
I think he might wind up being kind of the odd man out in that scenario.
We'll see what happens.
But until that happens, you can play Earth's and you can play Dallas Goddard as tight and wants just out of pure necessity.
I skipped over Miles Sanders because obviously in this matchup with the workload that he got last week.
He's obviously 100% healthy coming off the hamstring.
He is an R B one heading into this week.
He's our RB six, actually, on the week.
So mild Sanders no brainer.
We're gonna move on for our last game of this show.
Then we'll take a quick break.
We'll come back on the other side for a quick mailbag segment, But our last game for this show last early window game is the Houston Texans is the Pittsburgh Steelers.
Watson is not a must play Now, here is the thing about the Shawn Watson that you owners out there need need to keep in mind because I know a lot of people are panicking on him.
After to start these heads of this season on, a lot of people might be selling him low.
Do not hold tight if you have to go stream of quarterback.
If you have to go pick up a Ryan Tannehill or Gardner Minshew, do what you gotta dio you gotta pick up a Joe Burrow.
Do what you gotta dio I don't love them.
This week it comes in my Cube 18 for this week this Pittsburgh defense is going to have a field day against the Houston offensive line was they pack because after this week, Houston has a great schedule.
And remember last year Shawn Watson started off slow.
He's still finished as the Q B four on the year by the end of the season because they picked it up as they went along.
I know they don't have DeAndre Hopkins, but Will Fuller is healthy.
He practiced today.
He's good to go.
So that hamstring issue that he was dealing with last Sunday is not expected to be a factor in the Sunday So he's gonna have Will Fuller, hopefully moving forward.
And he's gonna have Brandon Cooks who got more involved in the offense last week.
Coming off the calf injury, where he was pretty limited in that Kansas City game in Week one.
You got more involved last week as that continues to go with the matchups they have moving forward.
I love the Shawn Watson as a Q B one moving forward, so if he's somebody that you can buy low on, which should be very possible at the moment, I would do it.
I would do in a heartbeat because he's about to blow up.
It's not gonna happen this week, but it's gonna happen starting Week four.
So also, you know, is anybody somebody wanna play? No.
Do I wanna play well, Fuller in this game? Not unless I have to.
Do I want to play Brandon cooks in this game again? Not unless I have to.
Jordan Atkins is a low end streaming option.
I think you have a lot of other options.
You go to the tight end position.
David Johnson's the Onley player from the Houston Texans, who I feel like you kind of have to wind up playing again.
I don't love it again.
I don't have him rank very high.
But do Johnson still limited? We still don't know if he's gonna be able to play this week.
And David Johnson, from a physical standpoint, has been fine.
He doesn't look like the David Johnson from 23 years ago, but he does look like the David Johnson who can do what he needs to do in the meantime, to stay out in the field and be able to get the job done.
And it's not a good match against Pittsburgh, but if he's going to get the reception's if he's going to get the Carries.
And I think he's gonna get more receptions this week because I think Shawn Watson is gonna be forced into dumping the ball down.
The forced to getting the ball out of his hand a little bit quicker against the Steelers defense.
I don't know how you have a better option than David Johnson Right now.
It's a low in R B two, and it ain't gonna be pretty becomes this R V 22 for us on the week.
The volume wise situation wise, I don't think you have a better option.
I think you have to play David Johnson, but he's the Onley Houston Texan that I feel like I have to play this particular week on the Steelers side of the ball.
This is James Connors backfield.
That was proven last week.
It was coming in.
It was like it was gonna be a split between continents now.
Well, if there was going to be the split, it got negated.
The second Benny Snell fumbled, and then it was all over.
It was all James Connors backfield after that, and he looks healthy I think that's the most If you were James Connor owner, and you were nervous because he already had an ankle injury after that week.
One hey, look completely healthy to me a week to He didn't look hindered by anything at all.
And while he made it look pretty easy, that's actually not a bad run defense up there in Denver that he just had a really good showing against.
There's a great match because Houston and a week in which we are scrounging for running backs James Connor comes in as a high end.
RB two for us is our B 13 on the week, so he's a must play.
Ben Roethlisberger is a must play.
They're throwing the ball ton for a guy who's coming back off the elbow.
Who you know was old is Rob's burger is they're throwing the ball time.
Another great matchup we have in Q B 13 in the week.
He's another streaming quarterback that you could go to.
You know, we also have you just missed user deonte.
Johnson must plays must place two speakers.
Well, Deontay Johnson was so glad to see him do well at last week after everybody's giving him so much crap on that Monday night game.
I'm like it was a ****ed punt.
What does that have to do with his fantasy value as a wide receiver? Absolutely nothing.
He had a huge week against Denver.
The only player I'm not playing when Steelers comes is Eric Ebron, the tight end position.
This is not part of the offense.
He's not in the normal rotation and a matchup like this, where everyone's gonna get the opportunity to eat.
He's just gonna be too low on the totem pole to be ableto have him as a streaming option of the tight end position.
And, of course, pitchers defense.
My number one defense on the week.
I don't think that probably goes without saying Well, so we're going to do now is that we're going to take a quick break.
We're gonna come back on the other side.
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We've got Steve from Facebook.
He was asking about a trade involving John Brown and Corey Davis.
That's what he would be giving up for A.
Green and Benny Snell.
He is the James Connor owner.
This is a full point PPR leak.
I would say this deal makes sense because you are the James Connor owner.
If I'm a James Connor owner, I definitely want to make sure that I have Benny Snell because we know that at any given play at any given moment, James Connor is gonna go down the injury.
And it's inevitable throughout this season and then combined that with the fact that guess what? John Brown, Corey Davis aren't as valuable as A J.
Green moving forward as wide receivers.
I know that they've had bigger games, but if A J.
Green continues to get the volume that he's been getting continues, get the air yards that he's been getting in an offense that continues to have the volume that they've been putting out there well A J.
Green has better days ahead.
He was definitely somebody who I felt was a buy low candidate heading into this week.
100% Steve Go and Trade John Brown and coordinators for Asia Green and Benny Snell.
That makes a lot of sense for your team and your makeup and the value that you are getting in return.
Now we have Sam from Twitter.
She asked me rest of season half point PPR, James White, Michael Pittman or Jamison Crowder.
Who do you value more? The answer Hands down would be Jamison Crowder.
Now he's probably not gonna play again this week.
I think Adam Gates came out earlier today and said that he is really doubtful that James the crowd will be able to go.
But for the rest of the season, we're talking about here with this question and a half point PPR league.
The Jets have shown they don't have anybody to move the ball with.
Chris Herndon is not a thing.
We're gonna talk about that game tomorrow, but Chris, with Chris Herndon not being a thing, they're going to need James and Crowder back in order to get the ball moving again. Breshad.
Perriman is a bomb.
Chris Hogan, journeymen.
It's all day, every day.
James A. Crowder.
When he's back in that lineup, he's going to see double digit targets every single week.
Doesn't matter the matchup.
It doesn't matter.
The game script crowd is gonna have a safe.
He's gonna have those big performances like you did in Week one.
What does he have? A really high floor due to volume, Absolutely especially talking about half 0.
4 point PPR leagues.
So, if you need to decide, is James Crowder for me? Gonzales on Twitter? He asked me, Big Ben or Aaron Rodgers.
I assume he's asking for this particular week.
Now again, the Packers game is a game that we're gonna go over in tomorrow's show because tomorrow we're gonna going over the later window of games for a week. Three.
I'll be, you know, the four o'clock games on the East Coast Sunday night and the money that game so that will be involved in that.
But as far as Big Ben or Aaron Rodgers this particular week, I think you have to go Big Ben right? Rogers might have Davante Adams, maybe, but with Big Ben and the volume that he's been throwing with against the Houston Texans defense and the Packers showing that Erin Jones is still the guy.
For some people who were still concerned about that when they drafted A J.
Dillan, was that still gonna be a thing? Yes, and if Adams is even out there, if he's hindered in any capacity, just might turn into Erin Jones game again.
So I would say, Big Ben, I think he's gonna have more volume.
I think the game that we saw Week one with Aaron Rodgers, I don't think that's what the Green Bay offenses really truly going to be.
I don't think it's gonna be a past first team.
Things would be a more balanced approach.
So between the matchup, the volume, the weapons, Big Ben, it's close.
It's very close because if Adams is healthy, Rogers can put up numbers with the rest of them.
But I would lean a little bit towards Big Ben just because of I think at the end of the day was the safer floor because I know what kind of volume he's gonna put out there.
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