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OffenseLeft WRDefenseRight CBAnalysis
ARIJaron BrownSEAShaquill GriffinBrown saw just one target last week, but it did happen to go for a touchdown. He'll certainly see more than one target this week, and could in fact finish second or third on the team in Week 10. Griffin has allowed a QB rating of 90.9 when targeted this season.*
ATLJulio JonesDALJourdan LewisJulio has big upside every week, but if he was in any of your lineups, seeing those big drops had to piss you off. However, this beloved game of fantasy football is all about having a short mind and Jones remains in the WR1 category for me this week. The Dallas secondary is nothing to be afraid of and Jones has seen 31 targets over the last three weeks. Remember, his stat line would have been much different he caught those two passes, and if he would have, you wouldn't be pissed.
BUFAndre HolmesNOMarshon LattimoreI'm never high on Holmes to begin with, but if confidence can go negative, it certainly would this week against Lattimore, arguably one of the best cornerbacks in the game. Zay Jones is out with injury, opening the door for more time for Holmes, but none of the Buffalo wideouts are particularly enticing in a tough matchup.
CARCurtis SamuelMIAXavien HowardSamuel actually led Carolina's wide receivers in snap percentage and his five targets trailed only Devin Funchess and Christian McCaffrey. He has another couple weeks to be the No. 3 option in the passing attack, until Greg Olsen comes in and takes his spot atop the options. He has some appeal in GPPs, but in seasonal formats, hopefully you have enough depth to avoid taking this sort of risk.
CHIMarkus WheatonGBKevin KingWheaton has some big play ability, which, believe it or not, does exist in the borderline non-existent Chicago passing attack. The heavy reliance on the run opens up play-action shot plays, which bodes well for a guy like Wheaton. However, he hasn't played in over a month, so he may be a tad bit rusty.
CINJosh MaloneTENLeShaun SimsWith Brandon LaFell moving to the slot, Malone will get the majority of the work outside. He caught just one ball last week, but the rookie from Tennessee has an opportunity to produce against Sims. He grades out in the bottom-third of corners, but I don't envision Malone getting enough looks to be valuable in fantasy formats.
CLEKenny BrittDETNevin LawsonBritt has dealt with drops this season and even fell out of favor with the top brass in Cleveland. He will get some reps outside in this one, but his usage is about to tank. With Josh Gordon and Corey Coleman looking to return in the coming weeks, Britt will revert to a bench role. Even though he's playing in this one, don't start him in any fantasy format.
DALDez BryantATLRobert AlfordBryant has a high ankle sprain but is holding out hope to play in full in Week 10. If he is able to, it's a good matchup against a beatable Atlanta secondary, but I have doubts that Bryant will be at full strength, if he's able to suit up at all. This is a situation to monitor. If he plays in full, you're starting him in seasonal formats, but in DFS, the risk of re-injury may not be worth the price.
DENDemaryius ThomasNEStephon GilmoreGilmore is expected to return for the Patriots, but that's no reason to shy away from Thomas! Gilmore hasn't played since Week 5 and up until that point, he wasn't the type of corner that you would avoid. He allowed a catch rate of 68 percent and a QB rating of 95.3 when targeted.* Even with Brock Osweiler under center, Thomas remains in the WR2 category, and last week's performance inspired some confidence in Thomas moving forward, despite subpar QB play.
DETT.J. JonesCLEJamar TaylorTaylor has allowed the ninth-most receiving yards in coverage this season and a rather high 123.6 QB rating when targeted.* The usage isn't there, so he's not on my radar this week, especially in DFS. Furthermore, Kenny Golladay is back in the fold and he will eat into Jones' snaps out wide.
GBDavante AdamsCHIPrince AmukamaraWith Brett Hundley under center, Adams is going to be more of a Jarvis Landry type receiver, in that he's going to get a ton of catches, but it won't be for a ton of yards. He caught seven passes on Monday night for just 53 yards. However, he did get 10 targets. This isn't the greatest matchup by any means, but Adams is still the Green Bay receiver to start with Hundley under center.
HOUDeAndre HopkinsLARTrumaine JohnsonRemember, fantasy points in garbage time count the same as those in the two-minute drill in a tie game on Sunday Night Football. The Rams will likely jump ahead of Houston, forcing Tom Savage to sling the ball 40+ times again this week. Hopkins saw 16 targets last week and it is clear that Savage is going to stare down Nuk. Volume alone keeps him in the back-end of the WR1 conversation.
INDDonte MoncriefPITArtie BurnsI thought Moncrief might do a little something last week, but that didn't come to fruition. The Indy passing attack runs through T.Y. Hilton and Jack Doyle, with Moncrief seeing very limited opportunities. He saw just one target last week and is even behind Kamar Aiken on the totem pole. He's not even worth rostering at this time.
JAXKeelan ColeLACTrevor WilliamsCole continues to get run as the left wide receiver, but he's not a featured component in the Jacksonville passing attack. He has minimal fantasy value and isn't even worth a GPP dart.
LACTravis BenjaminJAXA.J. BouyeThis is a tough matchup for Benjamin and even though he saw nine targets in the team's last game, I don't expect that to happen again. In what will be a run-heavy game script for both teams, it will take a long ball for Benjamin to make value. Going up against Bouye, I don't expect that to happen.
LARSammy WatkinsHOUKevin JohnsonThis Houston defense is beatable, most recently by T.Y. Hilton burning this defense just last week. In the right matchup, Watkins has elite upside and this is one of those matchups. Johnson is still young, but Watkins won't be sympathetic by any means. One double-move on this weak secondary will allow Watkins to exceed value. I like him as a WR2 this week, but he does have WR1 upside.
MIADeVante ParkerCARJames BradberryJust because a player is shadowing someone doesn't mean you need to shy away from that receiver. James Bradberry will likely follow DeVante Parker around the field, but note that Bradberry allowed a league high 129 receiving yards in coverage last week.* Hell, those numbers could have been worse. Parker remains a WR2 in this matchup.
MINLaquon TreadwellWASBashaud BreelandOn a good day, Treadwell will get about five targets in this game. I expect a lot of Adam Thielen and Kyle Rudolph, with some Stefon Diggs sprinkled in throughout the contest. Treadwell is a WR4 at best.
NEBrandin CooksDENBradley RobyRoby is a good corner in his own right, but when your position mates with Aqib Talib and Chris Harris, you're going to be thrown at more often than not. Roby has done a good job, but he has allowed a team-high 1.21 yards per coverage snap. Cooks is a low-end WR1, high-end WR2 this week.
NOMichael ThomasBUFE.J. GainesThomas has displayed a very high floor that keeps him in play, even in tough matchups like this one. He could face some shadow coverage, but Drew Brees will still get Thomas his regular looks. He may not be a WR1 this week, but his volume keeps him as a solid WR2 option, despite the tough matchup.
NYGTavarres KingSFDontae JohnsonOf qualified corners, only 15 corners have a worse grade than Johnson, so at least that bodes well for King. Even though he saw a decent volume last week, that's not a guaranteed workload every Sunday. He's an unappealing option that should be only be played in the deepest of fantasy formats.
NYJJermaine KearseTBBrent GrimesKearse continues to see a consistent number of targets, which is good for his floor, but there's limited upside with Kearse.  Robby Anderson is the clear-cut No. 1 wide receiver, but perhaps Jeremy Kerley's suspension will send a few more targets in Kearse's direction. However, I'm not buying that it will increase the likelihood of a breakout game. He's an uninspiring WR4 this week.
PITAntonio BrownINDPierre DesirBrown leads the league in targets of 20 or more yards, although his catch rate isn't particularly great.* Brown is an elite receiver option who will remain a WR1 every single week. You can feel extremely comfortable playing him in seasonal or DFS formats. If Davis doesn't suit up, this is an even better matchup against Indy.
SEAPaul RichardsonARITramon WilliamsRichardson is batting injury at the moment and the matchup against Williams isn't particularly inviting. Williams grades out as an average corner, but his 50.8 QB rating when targeted is actually less than Patrick Peterson's, albeit on nearly 200 less snaps.* However, Seattle is going to throw the ball and Richardson should see at least five targets in this one. He's a flex option this week.
SFMarquise GoodwinNYGJanoris JenkinsJenkins is a tough corner to beat, as seen by his 10.5 coverage snaps per reception and 1.25 yards per coverage snap.* He's returning from a one-game suspension and will look to contain the speedy Goodwin. The 49er has dealt with some drops on deep balls, but injuries to Pierre Garcon and Trent Taylor could open a few extra targets for Goodwin. However, he's still a boom-or-bust WR4 in this matchup.
TBChris GodwinNYJJustin BurrisHere is my favorite cheap play in DFS this week! With many people likely zigging to Adam Humphries, you can zag to Godwin in DFS. In seasonal formats, you likely won't be playing or rostering Godwin, but in DFS, he offers incredible salary relief and has a plus matchup with Burris.
TENCorey DavisCINAdam JonesEven as a rookie, Davis has a very high ceiling and despite catching just two passes last week, you gotta cut the guy some slack! As he gets back to full speed, he could see an average of eight targets per game with Marcus Mariota and become a reliable WR3 down the stretch. He may not be the best start this week, but if he's on your waiver wire, he's certainly worth the addition.
WASJosh DoctsonMINXavier RhodesRhodes likely won't shadow Doctson, but even so, I'm not going to play Doctson this week. He'll see Rhodes for most of the afternoon, which isn't ideal, given how excellent of a cornerback Rhodes is. Kirk Cousins will be feeding Chris Thompson and Vernon Davis in this one, with Doctson and Terrelle Pryor fighting for the scraps.
OffenseRight WRDefenseLeft CBAnalysis
ARIJohn BrownSEARichard ShermanBrown saw the second-most targets last week with Drew Stanton under center, but I expect that to change this week. With most of his routes coming against Richard Sherman, Stanton will likely look elsewhere, namely Jaron Brown and of course, Larry Fitzgerald. It's not an inviting matchup for this Arizona receiving crew, so my confidence isn't with Brown in Week 10.
ATLTaylor GabrielDALAnthony BrownGabriel isn't a startable asset anymore. He hasn't scored since the team's third game and he hasn't seen more than four targets since seeing eight targets against the Dolphins four weeks ago! The workload isn't there and starting him in your lineup just isn't a smart idea.
BUFKelvin BenjaminNOKen CrawleyThis is a tough matchup for his Buffalo debut and when he does escape Crawley's coverage, he'll have to deal with Marshon Lattimore. Crawley grades out as a top 30 corner per Pro Football Focus and we're still not sure how much of the Buffalo offense he's grasped.* He's a WR3 this week.
CARDevin FunchessMIACordrea TankersleyUntil Greg Olsen returns, Funchess is the top option in the passing attack that isn't Christian McCaffery. Funchess saw seven targets last week and caught five of them for 86 yards. His big frame will play in the red zone and as long as Carolina can move the football against this Miami defense, which they should be able to, Funchess has an excellent opportunity to score and post WR2 numbers.
CHIDontrelle InmanGBDavon HouseDespite House struggling in coverage for the majority of the season, this isn't a matchup that I'm going to be targeting in fantasy. Chicago doesn't want to throw the football if they don't have to and I'm not going to put my team in jeopardy by banking on a receiver in an offense that would ideally only throw the football 15ish times.
CINA.J. GreenTENAdoree' JacksonGreen is going to come out with a vengeance and make up for last week's events with Jalen Ramsey. To make it up to his team, he's going to come out and ball out in an inspired effort. I don't buy into narratives too much, but I'll roll the dice in this one. Also, he has five inches on Jackson, and size matters.
CLERicardo LouisDETDarius SlayLouis won't get shadowed by Slay, which is good, but he's still not a preferred play this week. He continuously leads the receivers in snaps, but he hasn't caught more than three passes since Week 5. With Slay as his primary counterpart, I'm even less-inclined to start Louis in any format.
DALTerrance WilliamsATLDesmond TrufantDez Bryant's availability in this game impacts how much work Williams will receive. He'll continue to get his normal snaps out wide, but he could see an increased target share if Bryant were to be absent in any form. Monitor Bryant's situation, but Williams makes for a WR3 in this matchup, as he will likely be used more than normal. It's not an ideal matchup, but Dak Prescott will find ways to get him the football.
DENEmmanuel SandersNEMalcolm ButlerAfter some struggles early on, Butler has picked up his play of late. Since Week 5, Butler has allowed just eight receptions on 18 targets, though he has been beat for two touchdowns on his watch.* Sanders caught just one pass last week, but keep in mind it was his first game back. He did reaggravate his ankle slightly, so that is something to monitor as well. Consider him a WR3 this week.
DETMarvin JonesCLEJason McCourtyJones is the Green Bay assassin, and he now gets to square off against the Cleveland Browns. The strength of the Cleveland Browns defense is stopping the run, not the pass, and Detroit can run the ball for you know what. They will throw it a bunch, even with a lead, making Jones a low-end WR2 in this matchup with McCourty.
GBJordy NelsonCHIKyle FullerOnly three corners have been targeted more than Fuller this season, so at least that bodes well for Nelson. However, Brett Hundley hasn't exactly been an above-average replacement for Aaron Rodgers. Nelson caught four of his seven targets, but for a measly 35 yards. Nelson drops to a WR3 for me this week.
HOUWill Fuller VLARKayvon WebsterWell, we saw what Fuller is going to be without Deshaun Watson under center. He's extremely touchdown dependent, but it's still encouraging that he saw eight targets last week with Tom Savage. He managed to catch just two of them, but he is a threat to find the end zone on any play. Houston needs to throw him some screen passes to let him run, but who knows if that will happen. He's a WR4 without Watson.
INDT.Y. HiltonPITJoe HadenHilton wrecked my Houston Texans last week and in a game where Indianapolis needs to score, he should plenty of work again. The speedy wideout has been inconsistent for most of the year and it could be tough sledding against Haden. The Pittsburgh cornerback has allowed a catch rate of 60 percent on the year and a very good 16.1 coverage snaps per reception.* Hilton has become slightly matchup dependent this season, so while he may not be an ideal play in DFS, he's likely starting for you in seasonal formats.
JAXMarqise LeeLACCasey HaywardMarqise Lee is the team's top receiving option and it would make sense for Hayward to travel him for the majority of the afternoon. The game will be a heavy dose of Leonard Fournette, but when Jacksonville does throw the football, the Chargers should stick Hayward on Lee and force Allen Hurns and Keelan Cole to beat them. He's a low-end WR3 at best.
LACTyrell WilliamsJAXJalen RamseyWilliams has dealt with some drops this season and he's only eclipsed 50 receiving yards in three games this season. However, the bigger problem this Sunday is that the majority of his routes will come against Jalen Ramsey. The young corner has developed into one of the elite players at his position and Williams should be benched in all formats.
LARRobert WoodsHOUJohnathan JosephJoseph got behind Hilton last week, but Joseph is the best player in this Houston secondary. He's even graded as the No. 14 corner over at Pro Football Focus.* However, Woods has been very consistent of late, catching at least four passes for 50 yards in each of his last four contests. He's a high-end WR3.
MIAKenny StillsCARKevon SeymourStills was just a non-factor against the Raiders. Despite Cutler throwing the ball 42 times, Stills received just four targets. He should be a bit more involved this week, but I certainly wouldn't expect 10 targets! He has a favorable matchup against Worley, who has allowed four touchdowns on just 21 receptions and 34 targets on the year.*
MINStefon DiggsWASJosh NormanEven with Norman on him for most of the afternoon, Diggs is going to get targets from Case Keenum. It is a tough matchup, however, with Norman being one of the elite corners in the National Football League. He's allowed just 0.66 yards per coverage snap this season, making Diggs a high-end WR3 for me this week.*
NEPhillip DorsettDENAqib TalibTalib is an excellent corner and this isn't a welcoming matchup for the speedy receiver. Chris Hogan isn't going to play and Dorsett has just eight targets on the year. Sure, his role will expand with Hogan out of the lineup, but the receiver you want in this matchup is Brandin Cooks. Dorsett is nothing more than a super-risky GPP play in DFS, but you can do better at that price point.
NOTed GinnBUFTre'Davious WhiteOn just five targets last week, Ginn caught four of them and found the end zone. Ginn needs the end zone to be fantasy relevant and I don't see it happening this week. I've been wrong on him before, but it just doesn't seem like a Ginn game to me. Call it a gut feeling.
NYGRoger LewisSFAhkello WitherspoonLewis saw just three targets last week, with Evan Engram and Sterling Shepard hogging the majority of them. In fact, Tavarres King even saw more action than Lewis. This matchup is much more favorable, but with Lewis seeing just 13 targets over the last four weeks, he's no more than a low-end WR4 for me.
NYJRobby AndersonTBRobert McClainI liked Anderson to begin the week, but seeing this matchup, I like him even more. Anderson has scored each of the last three weeks and gets to square off against McClain, whom Pro Football Focus grades as the No. 106 (out of 115) corner in the National Football League. YEAH BABY! Trust McCown to get the ball to Anderson in this one.
PITMartavis BryantINDRashaan MelvinBryant is expected to be a part of the game plan this week, but at this point, what's the point in playing him? JuJu Smith-Schuster is now the No. 3 option in the passing attack, with Bryant likely being a distant fourth option. I don't have him in any leagues and I won't be paying for him in DFS. Even in a plus matchup, there's too much volatility. Don't do it to yourself.
SEATyler LockettARIPatrick PetersonPeterson likely won't shadow this week, which is good for Lockett, because if he did, I wouldn't touch Lockett in any format, seasonal or daily. He's not a bad GPP play, but he's still not my cup of tea. However, Lockett has seen 15 targets in the two games since the team's bye, so that is very encouraging for his Week 10 outlook.
SFAldrick RobinsonNYGEli AppleRobinson saw eight targets, which was encouraging, but don't expect the same this week. Beathard isn't going to sling it 51 times and Robinson caught just two of his eight targets. In fact, running back Carlos Hyde was the only 49er to catch more than three passes in the contest. It is a decent matchup for Robinson, as Apple has struggled in coverage this season, but Robinson just isn't my cup of tea in Week 10.
TBDeSean JacksonNYJMorris ClaiborneWith Mike Evans being suspended for this week's game, Morris Claiborne will likely shadow DeSean Jackson in this one. Claiborne grades out as the No. 39 cornerback and Ryan Fitzpatrick under center doesn't inspire much confidence.* I'd look elsewhere in DFS and temper expectations in seasonal formats.
TENRishard MatthewsCINDre KirkpatrickAs Corey Davis shakes off some of the rust, he will eat into some of Matthews' targets, but the two are clearly the trusted options in the passing attack. Davis is going to be the one with the upside, while Matthews offers a reliable floor, especially in PPR formats. Kirkpatrick has been stingy at times this year, but that doesn't detract me from keeping him in the WR3 realm.
WASRyan GrantMINTrae WaynesWith Xavier Rhodes as his teammate, it's only natural that opposing teams tend to target Waynes a bunch. In fact, only three cornerbacks have been targeted more than Waynes on the season.* For the most part, he's fit the bill, but Ryan Grant doesn't pose a significant threat in this matchup. He's best left on the waiver wire.

Now, here are my 10 favorite matchups in the slot this weekend.

OffenseSlot WRDefenseSlot CBAnalysis
NYGSterling ShepardSFK'Waun WilliamsNew York is going to run the ball a good bit, but Shepard is definitely my favorite player out of the slot this weekend. When Eli drops back, it's going to either Evan Engram or Shepard. The sophomore wide out got nine targets on a team-high 63 snaps last week.
LARCooper KuppHOUKareem JacksonJackson has allowed a 116 QB rating when targeted out of the slot this season and 2.02 yards per coverage snap.* Jared Goff has an opportunity to throw three touchdowns in this one, and Kupp will be on the receiving end of at least one of them.
DETGolden TateCLEBriean Boddy-CalhounNo receiver has tallied more receiving yards out of the slot than Tate this season, but Boddy-Calhoun has been stingy out of the slot. However, it's hard to negate screen passes, especially with Tate's shiftiness. He remains a valuable asset in PPR formats.
SEADoug BaldwinARITyrann MathieuBaldwin has the third-most receptions and targets out of the slot this season and Mathieu has allowed the sixth-most receiving yards on the year.* He remains a coveted WR2, especially in PPR formats.
TBAdam HumphriesNYJBuster SkrineHumphries has the seventh-most targets out of the slot and Skrine has been the most exploitable player in slot coverage.* Humphries is going to be a staple in my DFS lineups this weekend, as his low price offers plenty of salary relief.
MINAdam ThielenWASKendall FullerFuller is a solid corner, but you can beat Washington via the slot and tight end. Well, waddya know, but Thielen is one heck of a slot receiver! He has the second highest yards per route run out of the slot (among qualified WRs) and has received at least eight targets in each of his last six games. He's a startable asset for me in all formats.
MIAJarvis LandryCARCaptain MunnerlynMunnerlyn is an above-average slot corner, but Landry's role in the passing attack makes him a valuable WR2 in PPR formats. He's notched at least seven targets and five receptions in every single game this season. Landry's high floor keeps him as a WR2 in PPR, but more of a low-end WR3 in standard formats.
PITJuJu Smith-SchusterINDNate HairstonMartavis Bryant is back in the fold, but he won't supplant Juju as the No. 3 option in the passing attack, behind Le'Veon Bell and Antonio Brown, course. Of qualified receivers in the slot, JuJu's 2.37 yards per route run is the top mark.*
LACKeenan AllenJAXAaron ColvinAllen barely squeaks on here, even though he probably has the best matchup of any of the Los Angeles receivers. Allen's targets have decreased each week since receiving 12 in Week 5, and he hasn't caught more than five passes in a game since Week 2! He's a WR3 for me this week.
ARILarry FitzgeraldSEAJustin ColemanColeman grades out pretty well over at Pro Football Focus, but it's hard to deny the fact that Fitzgerald has the third-most receiving yards out of the slot.* He did catch five passes for 70 yards last week against the 49ers, but this matchup is much more difficult.


A.J. Green vs. Adoree’ Jackson

I love the matchup below, but Green is just as valuable this week. Sure, he got chucked from last week’s contest, but that feeds the fire for this matchup. Jackson has allowed three touchdowns in coverage on the season, not to mention a 90.7 QB rating when targeted.* The Tennessee defense, Jackson included, has been gifting fantasy points to opposing wide receivers and with Green being the No. 1 option in the passing attack, I’m expecting a MONSTER game. He’s a cash game player for me in DFS and a WR1 in seasonal formats. He’ll get double-digit targets in this game, en route to a 100-yard day with a touchdown.

Antonio Brown vs. Pierre Desir

Even with Vontae Davis in the lineup, I was going to put Brown in the elite category. Now, with Davis out and Pierre Desir likely handling coverage duties on the outside, Brown is even more of a lock for a highlighted analysis. Honestly, I probably don’t even need to include any analysis because starting Brown is one of the few cardinal rules of fantasy football. Brown has received at least nine targets in every game of the season and this is too good of a matchup. He carries a big price tag in DFS, but he’s more than ready to exceed value. Expect a big game from Brown.


Adam Thielen vs. Kendall Fuller

I mentioned it in the table above, but the best way to attack this Washington defense is via the tight end and your slot receiver. With Stefon Diggs dealing with Josh Norman, he should see a few less targets. Laquon Treadwell has a minimal role in the offense, so Case Keenum will heavily target Kyle Rudolph and our boy Thielen! In his last three games, he’s caught just 19 of his 35 targets, but the key factoid is that he’s being targeted like the premier receivers in the league. That’s key! Fuller grades out as a top-15 corner over at Pro Football Focus, but Thielen will get the best of him in this one.

Jarvis Landry vs. Captain Munnerlyn

Another slot receiver cracks the list! Like Thielen, Landry gets targeted in boatloads His 87 targets are among the league’s best and he continues to be a PPR golden boy. He’s scored four touchdowns on the year, which give him some merit in standard formats, but his 7.7 yards per reception aren’t ideal. However, we deal with it in PPR formats. His 1.21 yards per route run is far below the mark of other slot guys like Thielen, Golden Tate and Doug Baldwin, but Jay Cutler continues to deliver him the football. Munnerlyn grades out as the No. 87 (out of 115) cornerback in the NFL, but he doesn’t get targeted all that much. However, he is allowing a 73.3 percent catch rate when targeted. Miami will struggle to run the ball, forcing Jay Cutler to throw, meaning more opportunities to produce for Landry. He’s a solid WR2 in PPR formats, per usual.

Bargain Bin

Adam Humphries vs. Buster Skrine

A third slot guy!! We’re getting slotty this week! Skrine barely grades inside the top 100 at his position and he’s tied for the league-lead in touchdowns allowed in coverage out of the slot.* The combination of no Mike Evans (suspension) and James Winston (shoulder) will benefit Humphries in this advantageous matchup. Ryan Fitzpatrick will be under center and I expect Humphries and Cameron Brate to pace the team in targets. He’s very cheap in DFS and will likely be a popular play across the board.

*Information gathered from research done at Pro Football Focus.