Hey, what's going on? Everybody? Thanks for joining me today.
My name is Kyle, and we're here to talk some DFS Draftkings plays four week. Fine.
We're gonna be doing the Sunday slate, which features about 10 games this week.
So, you know, we've had we had the some of the games move around a little bit.
Eso I've had toe update my plays of the week, but we got that all figured out.
I'm super excited.
Toe get started going.
I'm gonna go ahead and share this out to my Twitter and the weekend start right down the stuff, right? Hopefully everyone's having a good start to the weekend.
Looks like we are full go for all of our football this weekend.
Looks like the Titans are gonna be pushed back a little bit.
It looks like they're clear to go and play football and then also looks like also looks like all the Copa test for everyone else came back because I guess there's also a chance that Cam Newton can play this week.
You know, we'll see more about that, Aziz.
Kind of, You know, the week goes on, but he's not gonna be for our Sunday slave at all.
So one more second is I share this out, and then we will get started.
Like I said, hopefully everyone having a good start to the weekend.
Um, Thursday game.
Man, I fell asleep a little bit in the fourth quarter, and that was interesting.
I I put out a tweet, um, kind of free talk here.
Some people come in that if somehow this was like in the second quarter is like, if the bears somehow win this game with, you know, Nick Foles versus, you know, a pretty good Buccaneers team.
You know, What do you do if you're you know, what if they go nine and seven or 10 and six this year? What do you do if you're Matt Nagy? Right.
And you know the Bears.
It's like, man like, Yes.
What do you sacrifice to go get a quarterback, right? Like the free agent that you're looking at? Some at this year. Relations.
Jameis Winston's really the big one that, like, you know, is going to be a free agent.
Like if you end up going nine and seven and 10 and six is the bears.
You already four in one.
You know very good chance to make the playoffs, especially when they added that extra one.
You know, how much are you willing to sacrifice for your franchise to go get the quarterback? You have Alan Robinson.
You know Darryl Mooney and Anthony Miller.
They're pretty solid, you know, Jimmy grams older.
But you signed him to a three year deal, so at least you'll get them for next year.
Like, how much are you willing to sacrifice to go? You know, get upto 123 or four and get some of these guys that are coming out.
Um, you know, it's gonna be very interesting to see.
So that was kind of the biggest take away from last night, man.
Keyshawn von. Very unfortunate.
I had to force them into some of my spots last night, especially.
And, you know, the Scott Fish Bowl had to represent today on the T shirt.
Hey, ended up with, like, negative 40.
5 points only had, you know, got dinged up pretty good in there and and have the fumble.
So very unfortunate if you had to play him like me, but yeah, just some interesting things to think about As far as you know, the Bears in their future.
That defense is solid.
But how much can they really, you know, forward to kind of play around with are really comes down to Matt Nagy.
How much can you afford, toe Let your job kind of teacher in the balance of Nick Foles and mental Robiskie.
Um, I would obviously cut ties with Robiskie after this year.
Keeping it falls around.
But, you know, you need to go all out for a quarterback, whatever it takes, right? You know, hindsight.
What would you know with the Chiefs if everyone knew that Patrick Mahomes was good? Is he gonna be? How much would the Chiefs be willing to sacrifice to get up to number two overall or number one overall in that draft? So yeah, interesting.
You can believe the Bears, therefore in one.
So let's let's go ahead and start talking about We're here for its DFS man.
There's a lot of good, um, a lot of good plays this week.
If you're looking at, you know, the top guys, Lamar Jackson's number one overall at 7900.
I'm gonna be talking more about these lower cost guys because I think we know about which quarterbacks that are in the top, you know, four or five.
You have Lamar Jackson, Mahomes, Prescott, Kyler, Murray.
Obviously, Josh Allen's game got pushed back vs Tennessee.
Those guys are gonna be in your lineup, fit him in.
I'm gonna give you some cheaper plays at the quarterback, wide receiver, tight end, running back positions so that you compare in with these higher costs guys. And then we'll go over a little.
A few defense of streams, streams that I'm playing this week.
Eso you know, outside of the top, we're gonna start with Shawn Watson.
He's coming out of the quarterbacks. Six.
If you look at what the narrative is right, they need to show out for this game.
I believe Romeo Coronel, longtime defensive coordinator in the league's, got a couple head coaching opportunities, you know, kind of from other coaches getting fired.
And then, obviously, with the Browns a long time ago, you know they need to prove something.
And if you look at what Jacksonville has done, they've allowed 33 31 of 33 points per game the last three weeks, and then obviously 20 points to Week one against Philip Rivers in the Colts.
But that week they allowed a lot of opportunity to Philip Rivers.
I think it's 363 passing yards, so I'm gonna talk a little bit more about Will Fuller.
I love the DeShaun Watson will follow Stack this week.
I think the Shawn Watson has a lot of opportunity through the air, even though he has shown some playability on the ground last year, but not as much this year.
But he's still doing the rushing attempts.
Is just not having the big play off of those off of those run opportunities.
You look at what Jacksonville has allowed this year.
Ryan Tannehill Week 1 to 39 4 touchdowns.
Ryan Fitzpatrick in that Thursday night game when 18 for 20 only 100 60 yards and two touchdowns.
But he tore him up.
He just could not miss, so he didn't really need to do a whole lot.
We 3 301 you know, I think Joe Burrow actually could have taken over that game a little more, but they got the wind, so that's all that matters and Then you look at Philip Rivers.
What they did Week one and Joe Burrow last week.
3 63 and one for Philip Rivers.
So you know this.
This offense allows a lot of big play opportunities.
Obviously, it's a very good game game script for David Johnson.
I'm just not seeing it.
Man Thistle Offensive line is not very good.
David Johnson is averaging 3.
86 yards per carry.
He looks great through the year.
So while both of them can still have a good game, I don't see unless you know David Johnson gets like, you know, the inside the five yard line, opportunities on the goal line.
I don't really see a world where David Johnson is having a good game, and that means to Shawn Watson isn't like.
I think it has to go hand in hand.
I think you know, David Johnson relies a lot on to Sean wanting and you know the passing game.
So I like this a lot.
You look at the Shawn Watson as a whole.
He started off really slow, but he has 250 yards passing in every single game this year and he has two touchdowns in the last two games as well, um per game and he's got cut down on those.
Interceptions went on a one interception week.
Minnesota Last week, we finally saw his kind of breakout game.
It was his best scoring as faras fantasy for the year, so I think we kind of just see that trend going along.
These guys wanna play, play hard to kind of prove that Bill O'Brien was the problem.
And, of course, everyone knows they don't have their draft picks first or second round next year, so they need to win.
This isn't like a rebuilding opportunity for them.
This is like we have to go push for a playoff opportunity.
Second I want to talk about is Daniel Jones.
This one feels like a trap.
I'll have limited amounts of Daniel Jones in there, but another reason I'm putting him in is the opportunity and the stack that I'm wanting to do with the area slate.
In this week, I mentioned there's probably every time I'm on the podcast, but I'm like the biggest area Slaten fan in the world.
I think he's a phenomenal athlete and I really expected Daniel Jones to kind of perform a little better than he did.
But he did have a very tough scheduled to open the year, so I'm not gonna totally put that against him.
But we you know, Week one against Pittsburgh, we saw some kind of promised right where he had to 79 to the pass rushers, really getting to him. Safe Mom.
Barkley had, like negative rushing yards for a majority of that game, ended with less rushing yards and carries, and he's still at.
4 fantasy points, and then he kind of ran into, you know, the 40 Niners and the Rams, and he just has not looked very good.
He's looked absolutely terrible.
Um, you know of him and Dwayne Haskins? We're on the same team.
You probably wanna go Dwayne Haskins, honestly, like he hasn't been as bad as Daniel Jones has.
But we've seen what the Dallas defense allows in big play opportunities to 75 to Jared Golf to 73 to Matt Ryan with four touchdowns.
Russell Wilson had a field day with 33 15 and five touchdowns, and they don't really get after the quarterback Russell Wilson allowed had four sacks on them, but Jared Goff one.
You know Russell Wilson had the four, but I don't really see, you know.
And then you look at the Browns and Baker Mayfield.
You know, he only allowed to.
But the the reason that I like Darius Slay in a lot of Daniel Jones is they allow the big play opportunities, and I'll kind of go a little more over those on a little bit when I talked to Daria about Darius Slaten.
But I like Daniel Jones.
He's priced at 5400, and I think it allows you to put these other players like another guy.
I like a lot in running back.
It is Clyde Edwards, a layer, but he's priced at 6800 this week, and so he's a good pairing with Daniel Jones and Darius Layton, who are priced at you know, 54 4800 when you want to get these big play opportunity running backs that I think and have really good weeks this week, you know, usually there's there's a couple of good ones down there that are priced in at a had a good spot, but I think Daniel Jones provides you the opportunity we saw last year.
He had the big play games, Heat.
I think this is gonna be one of the ones we're gonna be looking for.
The third quarterback only gonna talk about three quarterbacks today is Teddy Bridgewater is 5900 versus Atlanta.
Atlanta is 32nd against quarterbacks.
They cannot stop anybody.
They've allowed 38 40 30 and 30 points in each of their contests through four weeks.
If you look at what the quarterbacks have done this year versus the running backs against the running backs, I don't know if it's because you know what Lane is putting up points as well, so that it could be that narrative of these quarterbacks need to keep up on the other side and put up points.
But they've actually played pretty well against the running back.
Week 13 22 and four uh, Carlos Hyde and Chris Carson Wall.
Chris Carson had success through the air on the ground together.
They only had 13 for 44 yards, so they did not have a very successful running game that day that Prescott week to.
He threw for 4 15.
1 had a couple of quarterback sneaks.
That kind of saved his day, but he threw for 450 yards.
So you're still very happy with that.
Only 89 yards on 22 carries, although he sal***ed some of his opportunity through the year.
Nick Foles, Week three.
That big comeback only had 1 88 and three through about half of the game.
But all that came in the second half like he played phenomenal.
But David Montgomery Ah, guy that we kind of liked that week 14 for 45 did nothing on the ground.
And then, obviously, last week, Erin Jones has been on fire to start the year.
He does a lot of his damage through the year, 15 for 71 on the ground.
That's still very respectable but didn't really have any big burst plays on the ground.
But Aaron Rodgers had 3 27 and four to finish off that game.
I just think there's gonna be a lot of opportunity here for Teddy Bridgewater.
He's actually been very impressive to me.
I was not all in on him on the offense I you know, I was like, Look, there's a lot of phenomenal weapons here, but Christian McCaffrey is gonna be this focal point.
But even with Christian McCaffrey gone, he is definitely stepped up.
He's Avenue 35 pass attempts per game.
This is more like the college offense that we thought that we would see.
But we didn't have the off season, so we didn't know it was going to come to fruition to be able to put it together.
But he's averaging 35 attempts per game, 286 yards per game, and he had that big 367 yards passing in Week two.
That shows the upside that this offense allows for him.
And I think that's something you needed to see from Teddy Bridgewater in order to have confidence to put him in your lineups on a week to week basis.
I know he didn't have the passing touchdowns that week, but U A t least you saw that he can if he has to.
Obviously, they also been lost the game, and that would be in a comeback mode.
But I expect another big week, a bounce back from Matt Ryan and this Atlanta offense.
And so I think Carolina is gonna have to be able to keep up and, you know, through Teddy Bridgewater is what they're gonna have to do.
Also on the Atlanta front, they have allowed 341 passing yards per game at 72 completion percentage.
So they're not stopping anybody throwing the ball, mhm.
Looking over at running back.
I'm gonna start off here with Jared McKinnon at 6100 vs Miami.
It looks like where he moster could play this week.
I think Jimmy Garoppolo is gonna play this week.
We're not sure about where he most Jeff Wilson did nothing last week.
So Tevin Coleman is still out.
So if if especially if Raheem Mostert is out McKinnon Price at 6100 is an amazing price.
Um, he allows you the opportunity to be paired with some of these other bigger guys.
Like I said, if you're willing to put Daniel Jones in at 5400 and you wanna put McKinnon and home, I talked about a second at 6800.
McKinnon is the ultimate pairing because the opportunities he's getting is great.
He's getting the full workforce opportunity in this offense, but he's getting it through.
The year is well, If you look at what he's done Week one, everyone is healthy.
He was coming off his, you know, back to back, You know, since season ending injuries, if five targets in Week one caught two touchdown looked great.
We two didn't get a whole lot on through the air, but he had actually didn't get any targets through the year.
But he had three carries for 77 yards and touchdown.
Big play opportunities.
I think he needed that one and two weeks kind of warm up.
And then Raheem Mostert goes out.
So it's McKinnon's backfield.
So what do they do is they feed him the ball? He goes four for 38 14 for 38.
Doesn't look phenomenal, be scores a touchdown.
But then he has four targets.
Three catches for 39 yards, then last week, 14 more care.
So he's 14 carries a game these last two weeks, 54 yards and a touchdown, but then eight targets.
Eight targets, seven receptions, 43 yards.
We've seen this backfield do this with basically any running back. What they want.
McKinnon is a guy they paid a lot of money to.
They had the opportunity this offseason to cut bait, Save as much money and just kind of move on is they're trying to pay these.
You know, Jimmy Garoppolo had the big contract.
George Kittle obviously got his big contract.
They decided to keep him on there and it pays off.
And if you look at what Miami is done, you know, obviously Cam Newton had that big week.
One is a you know, the top, I think, is a top four quarterback.
But Sony Michelle still had 10 for 37 in a touchdown, Devin Singletary week to 10 for 56 Week three and Week four.
They both allowed two touchdowns per game to the starting quarter or starting.
Running back James Robinson had 11 46 and two, and then Chris Carson had 16 for 80 and two last week and looked phenomenal.
So I think Jared McKinnon is a very solid, safe play.
He's like I said, Price is a very good price point of 6100 against the Miami Dolphins, so I think especially if Jimmy Garoppolo healthy, I expect him to kind of be in the lead most of this game.
Alright, well, as well.
I'm talking about him a couple times.
Might as well talk about five hours later.
This is your confidence play to put him in because I think he's gonna end up as a running back one or two on the week.
I think he's gonna be in that top tier, you know, week winning performances for your DFS.
Las Vegas is 32nd against running backs on the season.
If you look at what Clyde Edwards Layer has done, he's averaging 17 carries per game.
I don't really care much about the targets because you know, the running back in the system is going to get the targets.
It's the carries in the safe baseline.
But that's exactly why he's so great this year, because I think what Las Vegas provides is what Clyde Edwards Layer is gonna thrive on this week.
He's had 25 10 when that's whenever they were coming from behind 20 and 16 rushes in his games at two A six and three targets, respectively in his four weeks Christian McCaffrey week 1 23 for 97 2 Alvin Kamara week to 13 to 79 2.
I understand these air elite running back, so I think we can get pretty close to saying that Clyde Edwards layers putting himself in this elite category, especially because of the offensive plays in Sony Michelle.
He had nine for 117 rushing yards.
They allow these big play opportunities on the ground, and then last week, Devin Singletary look pretty good as well, 18 56 and a touchdown and did some damage through the air.
We know flat over salary is going to get his targets.
His 468 targets, whatever it may be, I need the big play opportunities on the ground, and they're providing it.
Besides that, come back that they needed in Week two, where he still had a target because he only had 10 carries 25 20 and 16.
He is going to break off one of these for a big run.
He's going to get the red zone opportunities, so this is the confidence play.
He's at a pretty high price of 6800.
I was looking at James Caan at 6900 and it's like, not even close like, Yes, I like James Connor this week, but he doesn't provide the same upside vs Philadelphia at $100 cheaper for Clyde Edwards, a layer like take take, take the $100.
You know the $100 discount and your DFS lineup and put Clyde Edwards lay in your lineup if you're going to be paying that.
And then Mark Ingram.
Um, I was thinking about this one a lot, teetering a little bit back and forth, but this is this just has to be the game for him in the opportunity.
The only reason last year that he was so great is the touchdowns yet 10 rushing touchdowns and I believe for receiving touchdowns.
And this year he only has to.
But I think this is the game that we can see him finally have.
Like okay, he's gonna finish as an R B one.
He's gonna finish as the top 10 running back this week.
It's against Cincinnati.
Cincinnati is a lot of the six most rushing yards.
They're gonna be out to prove a point after that really bad week last week.
I think they're gonna come out in you know, just put the hammer on Cincinnati in a divisional game.
Their defense is very solid.
I think they're only projecting for The Bengals will score like 14 points this week.
It's going to be score quick.
I think Hollywood Brown is gonna have a big game.
I think he's finally gonna have that big touchdown run and then just run, run, run, run, run the rest of the rest of the game.
Lamar Jackson's only averaging 192 passing yards per game, which is, like last in the NFL.
I'm pretty sure I can't even think of anybody else's beneath that, but he's averaging 8.
5 carries a game, which is not a lot.
You need the touchdown opportunities, but I think they're gonna have plenty of them.
They're gonna have plenty.
He's gonna need to score early in the game, because if you if he doesn't score in the first two quarters, I think they're gonna be up by too much and it's gonna be the guest.
But he's priced at 5400, so the price versus were you know, the risk reward is right where it needs to be 10 touchdowns, 2019 Only to this year he's averaging 4.
3 yards per carry.
So, like I said, he just needs that opportunity to get in the end zone.
And you know who better else than Cincinnati? They haven't been able to stop anybody all year on the ground.
And then this one's more of just a letting.
You know Antonio Gibson.
He's still priced at 5000 versus the Rams.
He pairs in with your lineup, basically anywhere you wanna put him.
Um, there the Rams defense is a really good pass rush.
They're pretty solid in certain areas, but they're 13 against the past and 18th against the run.
So while they have these big names and they're probably going, you know, ultimately win the game because I have a very solid offense as well.
They're not fierce on the ground.
They're gonna, you know, on defense, they're gonna allow these big play opportunities for Antonio Gibson and Terry MacLaurin and Kyle Allen, who I don't know if he's much better quarterback.
As you know Dwayne Haskins.
You look at what he did when he came in for Carolina.
He just fed Christian McCaffrey the entire time.
You know, that's what made Christian McCaffrey so great is having Kyle Allen as his quarterback.
He was willing to kind of dink and dunk underneath and allow him to make the plays and opportunities if it wasn't there for his first or second read options, which a lot of times Christian McCaffrey was the first read.
So I think we can see Antonio Gibson, who finally had that breakout game, you know, 13.
46 in a touchdown, five for four and 82 yards.
He had that really big play.
Um, that he, you know, one more broken tackle could have, you know, taking it to the House.
20 yards perception.
That's what you need to see in the opportunity.
And seeing that he got the goal line carries in this game is exactly what you needed to, you know, put him in your lineup and have confidence in playing him.
All right, let's go over to the wide receivers.
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All right, let's talk about the wide receivers.
I kind of talked earlier about quarterbacks Will Fuller and Dari, Slaten or two guys that I like a lot.
Also, the quarterback stack that I'm running with his deejay.
Maura's Well, I think this is.
That didn't sound right saying it.
I really I'm trying to believe that this is the week that D. J. Moore has his breakout.
He's just because the price is so great.
He's priced at 6000 versus Atlanta.
We already know that Atlanta allows a lot of opportunities to the quarterback.
You look at the first four weeks of you know, I looked this up, kind of tweeted it out after a week through.
But you look at the first four weeks of D.
Moore in 2019 versus this year, 2020 51.
3 last year versus 46.
8 points per game last year versus 11.
7 and then 31 targets versus 32 targets.
He's getting the targets.
He just doesn't have the touchdown.
The one touchdown, if you would have caught it, you know he had the one touchdown last year through four weeks doesn't have it this year, but that he would basically be on the same pace and he finishes a wide receiver one last year.
They're going to have to throw the ball.
Moore is a phenomenal talent, and I just believe that this is finally going to be the week where if he gets on the end zone, he's going to be phenomenal because he's already he's already shown you that he's going to get, you know he's averaging eight targets per game.
So if he gets eight targets, six receptions, 65 yards and a touchdown, and you're sitting there with 18 19 points at 6000, that's your three X.
You're you're happy.
You know he's gonna be one of those guys.
That helps you put in a solid roster.
But I think he shows the opportunity tohave those You know that the 12 targets 10 receptions like you did earlier this season, so I like him a lot.
Like I said, it's mostly about this pricing and the fact that Atlanta is allowed 341 passing yards per game as 72 completion percentage that I mentioned earlier with Teddy Bridgewater, D J. Moore.
I'm staking it in.
I'm starting him in all my leagues this week.
This is gonna be his week for him to have his bounce back.
All right, let's talk about Wolf Polar.
Real quick versus Jacksonville.
Um, he had that really bad week to where he hurt his hamstring and he didn't have a single target.
I'm just gonna put that out because I don't know when winter where that happened in that game.
If it was pre game, If you look at what he's done the last three, you know, three of the four weeks you had 10 targets.
Eight receptions, 112 yards in Week one.
54 for 54 in a touchdown with five targets in week three.
And then last week, he finally put it all together.
We had seven targets.
Six perceptions, 108 yards and he had the touchdown.
This this is it.
If you 17% target share counting the game missed.
If you would give him his theoretical, you know, paste out targets.
Had he been healthy, played a full game in Week two, he would have a 23% target share from DeShaun Watson facing Jacksonville who I mentioned earlier, is just letting anybody put throw on them.
He's averaging 15.
2 yards birth catch, and he's healthy.
If he is healthy and he's gonna plus matchup, you absolutely have to start him.
There's a reason he's price at 6600, but I think that's still a good pricing for him.
Brandon cooks is a non factor.
Week two went into the willful role, and that is the only reason that he became relevant.
He had that one flash.
I just don't think he's a factor.
And it's and it's obvious that Wolf Fuller is the is the DeAndre Hopkins of this of this offense.
You know, there's a reason, you know, maybe there's a reason why Wolf Fuller was never very consistent.
Besides the injuries last year or the year before that, we wanted him to be.
He's not making the huge big play break out.
You know, 60 yard touchdown bombs that we were kind of expecting from him.
He is the DeAndre Hopkins role.
He is the primary target.
He's going to get the, you know, the most consistent targets underneath.
You know, quick plays, slants, mediums.
He's not just there's a deep threat anymore.
That's kind of what Brandon Cooks is.
And maybe that's why you know Brandon Cooks is gonna have these boom bust games the rest of the year is he's going to inherit that will, full of rolling will.
Fuller, you know, has been promoted to the number one wide receiver, and that's good for him because we seen what DeAndre Hopkins was able to do in this offense.
Let's talk about my man Darius Layton.
This is another boom plus play.
Um, it's It's one of those things where you put Darius late with whole folder because if they both hit on the same week, you know that's that.
You can have the opportunity of putting him with D.
All three of these guys in the same one of D.
Moore just has another game of like, four receptions for 50 yards.
Darius Lightning Will Fuller can provide the opportunity to make up that third wide receiver position to still give you an opportunity to make some money in your DFS lineups.
Like I said for Daniel Jones, the best thing about Dari slitting his his big play opportunity because if he catches a touchdown in the first quarter, it is written in law that he has to catch another touchdown because every time he's had a touchdown a game, he's It's always been, too.
Easier has zero touchdowns or two touchdowns in the game.
Uh, it may just be one of those anomalies for the rest of his career, but if that's what it is, and then you just take the points on that.
He's averaging 7.
25 targets per game at 15.
57 yards per catch.
This is why you wanna put him in your lineup.
He gives you these big play opportunities because Daniel Jones will push the ball down the field.
He had that big catch versus the Steelers of 41 yards, and then he's had 23 33 yard bombs as not bombs.
But 23 33 yard plays and all of those it's been catches and tackles.
He doesn't have a whole lot of run after the catch because Daniel Jones isn't very accurate, but he's pushing the ball down the field to allow him to have these big place.
He has a 19% target share, which is what you're gonna need.
And if you look at what Dallas has done, they've allowed these big place to these, you know, wide receivers and tight ends.
Hayden Hurst had that big 42 yard touchdown catch.
Obviously, Calvin really had the big week.
One, uh, Tyler Lockett, in Week two, had that big 43 yard play.
Metcalf had that 29 yard touchdown and then had that should have been a 63 yard touchdown as well.
But he fumbled the ball on the one yard line, got punched out of the back of the end zone.
And then, obviously, Jarvis Landry had that big Plato Odell Beckham last week that Alice just allows the big play with wide receivers and tight ends on the middle on the edge of the field.
That's exactly where I think Gary Slater is gonna have a big week.
Ah, lot of experts around, you know, Twitter and stuff.
They like Gary Slater this week, and that makes me excited because, you know, I try to put dairy slipping in my line ups every every week to try to get that big play opportunity, but this just seems like almost too easy of a play it, especially at 4800, like he allows you to get.
You know, those Tyree killing DeAndre Hopkins in your lineup.
If that's what you're looking for because he's under that 5000 margin, that just allows you to have that flexibility and other positions.
And then the last guy I want to talk about here at wide receiver Deonte Johnson vs Philadelphia.
Um, it's almost a good thing that, you know, they had that by we because of the Tennessee situation because he was coming off the concussion.
But Deontay Johnson is the wide receiver one in this offense, and I loved you ju as much as the next person.
But we just have to be realistic.
Juju plays the slot.
Deontay Johnson plays the wide receiver one, and that's just how it's gonna be Now. They both could be successful.
They're both gonna have their great games.
They might even have great games themselves both this week, but the aunt is priced at 5600, and it has to be because of his week three, you know, bust because of the concussion that he got early 23 targets through the first.
We're gonna go through the two games stretch here, 23 targets through the first two games.
That was tie third in the league through two weeks before, you know, obviously, his injury, where he had two targets and got hit on that second one, is that he had a 33% percent target share in 38% of the team's Air Guards.
Through two weeks, it was six receptions for 57 yards on 10 targets and then eight receptions for 92 yards and a touchdown on 13 targets.
So you see the opportunity that we have here for Deontay Johnson, especially vs Philadelphia, who actually has a pretty decent front seven.
I think we're gonna have a little trouble with James Connor this week.
He might still have a decent game if you could break off a big one, but I think they've been pretty solid against the run.
And so I would like Deontay Johnson like he's passing offense and if you could get the wide receiver one for a very decent you know above average passing offense with Big Ben at 5600.
You put him in your lineup and you just don't look back.
He's gonna be in almost all of my lineup this week because it's pricing.
I tried really hard to go through the tight ends this week and look at some of these guys below that $5000 price point.
Obviously, I want George Kill 6600, my lineup, Mark Andrews at 6200 and the Travis Kelsey 6400 in my line ups, Um, and so I was trying to find people below that.
You know that 5,305,000 mark, those cheaper titans that you can put into your lineup? I am just not seeing it this week.
Usually, there's a couple of guys that I'm like, Oh, I like him a lot.
I am not singing.
It might kasicky at 5000 versus San Francisco.
I don't know if I'm loving that.
It's the only one I'm liking is Dalton Schultz at 4800? You keep putting into your lineup because he's getting the opportunity and he's still at a decent price.
He's averaging eight targets a game his last three games.
Whenever he took over from Blake Darwin 69 yards per game at 12 yards per catch.
Keep putting him in your lineup.
That is the only guy, especially versus the Giants.
That is the only guy under that threshold that I am, like, confident putting in.
You have Hayden Hurst who? You know, he did decent last week.
He had, you know, 4 51.
But I don't know if I like to match up a lot against Carolina because we saw against Green Bay, who was a better defense.
You know who is who goes.
I'll feel a little more confident putting any Hurst in there, but I am just not a fan of that at all.
I would rather just play Dalton Schultz for the extra 100.
I'm putting him in my lineup.
Evan Ingram's off a Flyer play, but again, we haven't seen it.
And you know, he's had some, you know, not plus matchups.
But he has some plus matchups versus defense.
Is that allow big place to the tight end, and he just has not proven to me that, you know, he's a big part of this offense.
You know, Dallas daughter, it's out Mobile Kocsis sharing that backfield with Trey Burton and Jack Doyle.
So you can't really do that.
Austin Hooper has been a disappointment.
I'm not chasing that big game from last week.
Who? Kind of sort of you know how toe a little mini comeback for three for 47 last week.
He plays Baltimore this week.
I'm not putting that in there, Logan Thomas.
Maybe Kyle Allen finally targets the title position a little better than Dwayne Haskins does, because obviously he is the Tide.
And once I'll put him in, like, maybe two or three of my lineups.
But I'm avoiding that.
And then that's basically it.
Ian Thomas hasn't been relevant.
Jordan Atkins and Darren fellas just eating into each other's workload.
Um, I am just not feeling the tight end position at all, so I'm doing what I can to put you know Tyler Higbee versus Washington in my lineup 5600.
But I'm trying to It is George kill or die for me this week, and I hate paying up for 6600, but that's why I'm giving you these other opportunities out.
Such a dairy slate at 4800 to try to you know, offset your balance of your guys in your lineup because I'm I'm just chasing the big points for the big name players this week. It tight in position.
Hopefully, that doesn't sound too lazy, because I promise, you know, I have all my notes here.
I really tried to make cases for these guys below that, you know that below that 5000 mark and I just couldn't do it.
You know, usually there's a Johnny Smith in there.
That Dalton Schultz True sample.
You know, some of those guys that are usually in there that I usually like and they're just not there this week because of the matchups.
Um and then my biggest defense and I'm probably playing this week is Dallas versus the Giants.
I know I'm probably putting Daniel Jones in some of my lineups, but then the ones I'm not, I'm going to bank on those, you know, sack fumble opportunities for him because it's priced at 3100.
I think that provides you The best opportunity for your defense is if you're if you're wanting to pay up for Arizona versus the Jets, because you know Joe Flacco is coming in I totally get that.
I'm putting in Arizona and a lot of my defense is same with the Rams vs Washington at 4000.
But again, under that 3500 threshold that I'm looking at, it's the Chiefs versus Las Vegas.
And then that's basically, you know, I'll put all maybe try some Colts versus Cleveland in my line up on Lee because Nick Chubb is gonna be out this week.
So, you know, if Cream Hunt struggles a little bit and generous, Johnson isn't anything and they need to throw.
You know, Baker Mayfield known Thio turn the ball over a little bit.
So hopefully you guys enjoyed the content.
Um, you know, I've just been so busy with work.
Usually I take a lot of call, you know, working surgery.
So I've don't always know when I'm gonna get off work.
Some days eso I try to usually do, you know, per day basis.
So hopefully next week I get back on a stronger schedule of, you know, quarterbacks on Tuesdays, running backs, Wednesday's wide receivers Thursdays and tight ends on Fridays.
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