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Updated: Wed, Sep 18th 2019 2:30:05 pm

Tennessee Titans vs. Jacksonville Jaguars

Venue: EverBank Field(Jacksonville)Thu. 9-19 @ 8:20 pm EDTOver/Under: 39


Tennessee Titans at Jacksonville Jaguars
Game Time: Thursday, September 19 at 8:20pm ET
Spread: Jacksonville +1.5

Tennessee Titans

Marcus Mariota – It was a much more Mariota like game in Week 2 as he barely topped 150 yards and only threw one touchdown. It is an impressive feat by him though to not throw an interception. He really just keeps the production of the rest of the offense now, and there is no situation where you should trust Mariota in your redraft lineups or DFS. It gets even tougher this week against the Jaguars who have one of the best secondaries in the league and just held the Texans to 13 points.

Derrick Henry – Despite the lack of a passing game in this one, Henry was impressive again with 81 yards on just 15 carries and a score against the Colts. He has clearly put himself in a grouping as an RB2 on a weekly basis. Henry looks to keep it going this week against the Jaguars who gave up 90 yards to an average runner in Carlos Hyde . Henry is a must start again in Week 3.

Corey Davis – The offense doesn’t throw a lot, and when it does it doesn’t do it very efficiently. Davis is a tall, athletic receiver, but there’s just not enough volume for him to be a consistent fantasy contributor. He was targeted only five times last week, and starting him against the tough Jaguars secondary is a fool’s errand.

A.J. Brown – Brown wasn’t able to follow up his Week 1 effort with another great performance. He had just three catches for 25 yards on five targets, and this is the concern with him. Like teammate Corey Davis there’s a ton of raw talent here, but he definitely needs more seasoning and a better quarterback. He definitely deserves to be on rosters, but there’s no way you can start him in Week 3.

Adam Humphries – A guy who came into the year hoping to be a PPR league asset, Humphries has been targeted three times in two games. He is a candidate to be dropped if there’s a hot free agent.

Delanie Walker – Walker led the team with both four catches and 39 yards, which sounds pathetic when you read it again. That was the most receptions on the team, and the most receiving yards. Walker is a good fantasy tight end, but it is hard to trust anyone but Derrick Henry on this team.

Jacksonville Jaguars

Gardner Minshew – He got off the plane this week looking like Freddie Mercury from Queen, but the Jaguars were not the champions on Sunday as they fell to Houston. Minshew also really came back to Earth after a magical Week 1 with just 213 yards and a touchdown. He did help those who believed in him this week with 56 rushing yards though, which is like another touchdown pass. It remains to be seen if Minshew will be fantasy relevant, which more than likely he won’t be, however he is good enough to keep the Jaguars receivers productive enough to be used.

Leonard Fournette – It was another less than stellar performance for Fournette with just 47 yards on 15 carries. The worst part was he didn’t quite have enough burst to convert a two-point conversion to win the game. He now has 113 yards on the season, after averaging just over three yards a carry on Sunday. Obviously, if you have Fournette on your redraft rosters you have to keep running him out there and hoping for the best, but Fournette is starting to look like a flex option and not a second or third round pick like he was drafted.

D.J. Chark – He was the most targeted receiver on the team by a nice margin, and it is looking more like Chark might be a receiver that you can trust on a weekly basis. He had seven catches for 55 yards and a short touchdown to make it a good fantasy day. There is concern with Minshew at quarterback, but right now it appears they have a nice chemistry.  The Titans secondary is no joke, so this might not be the best week to put Chark in your lineups.

Chris Conley – It was another solid game for Conley as he led the team in receiving yards with 73 on four catches. He wasn’t able to score a touchdown, but this is another step in a positive direction. Conley has put together two straight good games, and if he is available on your waiver wire he should be added. This is going to be a tough week against the Titans, so on the bench is probably the best place for him this coming week.

Dede Westbrook – While a touchdown made Westbrook’s fantasy day somewhat of a success, there was no such save in Week 2. In fact he had just one catch on five targets for three yards. Concern has certainly set in for a guy who we thought was going to be a low end WR2 or high end WR3. He deserves to be sat on your bench this week against the Titans, and perhaps until you see some life from him.

Summary: On a Thursday Night with two lackluster offenses, this one will likely be ugly from a fantasy perspective. I have more faith in Gardner Minshew right now than Marcus Mariota. Both running backs should do fairly well, but there is a chance that neither team hits 20 in this one.

Prediction: Jacksonville 17, Tennessee 13

Denver Broncos vs. Green Bay Packers

Venue: Lambeau Field(Green Bay)Sun. 9-22 @ 1:00 pm EDTOver/Under: 42.5


Denver Broncos at Green Bay Packers
Game Time: Sunday, September 22 at 1:00pm ET
Spread: Green Bay -7.5

Denver Broncos

Joe Flacco – How does Flacco throw the ball 50 times and only score 14 points? He did throw for nearly 300 yards, but somehow it didn’t translate to points. Of course, the Bears defense is among the best in the business, so for Flacco to even do this well was pretty impressive. He should only be considered in superflex leagues, and even there, he should be a third quarterback option.

Royce Freeman – Freeman had 11 of the 24 carries for the Broncos this weekend, and he did fairly well with 53 yards and also had five catches for 48 yards. He is starting to separate himself from Phillip Lindsay as he has had a better fantasy week each of the last two. The Pack defense was torched by Dalvin Cook in Week 2, but Freeman is far from Cook. You can give Freeman a look from a flex position if you are in need of a running back who could produce.

Phillip Lindsay – It has been a disastrous start to the season for Lindsay, and it certainly seems like he is losing touches to Royce Freeman . Lindsay had just 36 yards on 13 carries, which was well less than Freeman. He did have four catches for 30 yards and was against a tough Chicago defense, but right now it would be tough to put Lindsay in your lineup for Week 3.

Courtland Sutton – As expected it wasn’t a huge game for Sutton against a really tough Bears defense, but even four catches for 40 yards isn’t awful. Sutton is in for a strong year, but he had little chance for success against perhaps the best defense in football. Green Bay is also a strong defense, but you can put Sutton back as your third receiver and feel safe.

Emmanuel Sanders – Coming off an Achilles injury, there was a lot of trepidation for the success of Emmanuel Sanders . But with his second consecutive week of good production, there is little doubt that he will challenge 100 receptions. He had 11 catches for 98 yards and a touchdown that should have won the game.

Green Bay Packers

Aaron Rodgers – The moustachioed quarterback had two touchdowns, and while he hasn’t been elite through two weeks, he has been solid. He faces another one of the league’s best defenses in Denver this week, and if you have a capable second quarterback on your roster, it might be a good week to ride an alternative.

Aaron Jones – It was a much better Week 2 for Jones, even against a pretty good defense in Minnesota, and he will face another solid unit in Denver on Sunday. Jones should still be started this week in redraft leagues, but you can avoid in him DFS games. Jones will almost definitely have under 100 yards, even though he was also involved in the passing game last week. It will be a challenge for him to have a successful fantasy day, but it is far from outside the realm of possibility.

Davante Adams – He was quiet in Week 1 with just four catches for 36 yards, but Adams had seven catches for 106 yards in Week 2 against a tough Vikings defense. He won't have any easier sledding against the Broncos as the schedule makers have done Adams no favors in the first three weeks. The guy is elite and is likely a great buy low candidate in redraft leagues. He won’t have a big game, but you still have to start Adams.

Marquez Valdes-Scantling – After a strong game on the opening Thursday night, Valdes-Scantling was very quiet with just three catches on 19 yards. He was still targeted six times which was second on the team, but it was very disappointing to his fantasy owners. It won’t get any easier against the Broncos so if you can find a better option on your roster, it might not be a bad idea.

Geronimo Allison - After an awful Week 1, Allison was more present in Week 2 with four catches on five targets against Minnesota. He still only had 25 receiving yards, but also had a touchdown. You should expect Allison’s production to continue to rise, although a third week match against the Broncos is far from idea. Denver is tough against the slot, so hopefully you have a better second option than Allison.

Jimmy Graham – After a touchdown saved his fantasy game in Week 1, Graham put up the ol’ goose egg in Week 2 as he had only two targets in the game. You might know his name, but Graham is a fringe rosterable tight end as the Packers just don’t focus on the position. You certainly should be able to find a better option in Week 3.

Summary: This will be a nice defensive battle, but in the end it will be Rodgers who plays better than Ol’ Flacco. The Denver quarterback will probably chuck it 40 times again, but the Packers are a real nice balanced team now with running, passing, and the defense. Look for the Pack to win without having to sweat too much.

Prediction: Packers 27, Broncos 17

Atlanta Falcons vs. Indianapolis Colts

Venue: Lucas Oil Stadium(Indianapolis)Sun. 9-22 @ 1:00 pm EDTOver/Under: 47


Atlanta Falcons at Indianapolis Colts
Game Time: Sunday, September 22 at 1:00pm ET
Spread: Indianapolis -2

Atlanta Falcons

Matt Ryan – While watching it didn’t seem like the prettiest game in the world for Ryan, maybe it was the three interceptions; however, at the end of the day his 320 yards and three touchdowns made it a heck of a fantasy day. The Colts defense has looked solid through two weeks, but they also haven’t played an offense as good as Atlanta. Expect Ryan to top 275 yards and two scores or more.

Devonta Freeman – A second straight disappointing game for Freeman to start the season has his fantasy owners in a tizzy. In fact, Ito Smith looked much more explosive carrying the ball. It is still a little too soon to panic, and hopefully he can get on track against the Colts who let Derrick Henry run for 81 yards on 15 carries. While a big game isn’t expected, he should at least top 50 yards.

Julio Jones – The knock from Jones detractors has been that he doesn’t score enough touchdowns. Well, he scored twice on Sunday night, including the game winner, and dating back to last season he now has scored in six straight games. Maybe he does score enough after all. The Colts secondary is pretty decent, but there’s no reason to sit Julio ever.

Calvin Ridley – Ridley’s emergence is giving the Falcons quite the one-two punch at wide receiver, and the second year pro is becoming more dangerous by the week. On Sunday night he had a diving catch, he had a leaping catch, and his touchdown was one where he got behind the defense. There’s little he can’t do. Until we see otherwise, feel free to roll with Ridley each and every fantasy week.

Austin Hooper – It was just an off week for Hooper who normally should be one of the best tight ends in fantasy football. However, he was able to muster just four catches for 34 yards. The Colts kept Delanie Walker in check last week, but they will have a harder time with Hooper. He likely still won’t have one of his big games, but six catches for 60 yards is definitely a possibility.

Indianapolis Colts

Jacoby Brissett – While still not a great fantasy day, Brissett has been a little better than expected. His three touchdowns last week were very nice, but he did throw for just 146 yards. He also ran for 25 yards. The Falcons defense is improved this year, but since they were completely awful last season, that isn’t a high bar to look up to. Brissett is an average option as your second quarterback in superflex leagues, or a less than ideal choice for those of you who lost Drew Brees or Ben Roethlisberger . He likely won’t have many big games, but his floor isn’t terrible.

Marlon Mack – Mack only ran for only 51 yards on Sunday, but there are two reasons not to freak about this. First, the Titans are a pretty good defensive team. Second, Mack still carried the ball 20 times, which means that he is still counted on heavily in this offense. Sure, Jordan Wilkins had a big game, but he is not a threat to Mack. The Falcons defense can be run on, and Mack is a solid RB2 this week.

T.Y. Hilton – He scored again, but it wasn’t quite the same great game for Hilton in Week 2. However, it certainly seems like Hilton’s value isn’t being total sucked away with the loss of Andrew Luck . The Falcons defense isn’t very good and Hilton should be able to make it four touchdowns in three games. It indeed could be his first 100 yard game of the season.

Eric Ebron – Ebron had a touchdown on Sunday to stop his fantasy owners from chugging an entire keg of beer to help forget how awful he has been so far after his breakout 2018. Ebron has just seven catches for 33 yards through two games, and without that touchdown, he would have ten total fantasy points in two games. If you aren’t ready to drop Ebron, you should at least be putting him on your bench.

Jack Doyle – It has not been a good start to the season for Doyle with five catches for 41 yards in two games so far. He was so good with Brissett in 2017, but they clearly don’t have the same chemistry this year. You should probably give him this one last week against the Falcons, but if he is subpar in Week 3 you should be replacing him on your rosters.

Summary: The Colts have been better than expected post-Luck, but the Falcons offense will just be too good to hold down the whole game. Calvin Ridley just puts so much pressure on the defense that he can beat you just as badly as Julio Jones. If the Falcons can get their running game going it would be fireworks. The Colts hang tough, but fall out at the end.

Prediction: Falcons 31, Colts 24

Baltimore Ravens vs. Kansas City Chiefs

Venue: Arrowhead Stadium(Kansas City)Sun. 9-22 @ 1:00 pm EDTOver/Under: 54.5


Baltimore Ravens at Kansas City Chiefs
Game Time: Sunday, September 22 at 1:00pm ET
Spread: Chiefs -6.5

Baltimore Ravens

Lamar Jackson – It was a second consecutive Sunday of fantasy gold for Jackson as he threw for 272 yards and ran for another 120 more.  Sure he hasn’t played a solid defense yet, and this week won’t be any different as the Chiefs aren’t exactly known for their defense. There’s absolutely no reason to think that Jackson won’t kill it again in Week 3.

Mark Ingram – It wasn’t Ingram’s best game, but it was hard for him to have a great statistical game when Lamar Jackson was hogging all of the yardage! The Chiefs nearly gave up 100 yards to rookie Josh Jacobs , so there isn’t a good reason that Ingram shouldn’t be successful. If they are going to hang with the Chiefs, the Ravens will have to get all they can from Ingram.

Marquise Brown – He followed up his breakout opening week game, with another strong game against the Cardinals. He was targeted a team high 13 times, and turned that into eight catches for 86 yards. You have to figure against the Chiefs defense that there is a strong chance that Brown is going to light it up again. Roll out Brown in your lineups this week.

Mark Andrews – He was one of the more debated player on Twitter this fantasy football draft season, and after two games it appears the pro-Andrews folks should be taking their victory lap. He has 16 catches for 220 yards and two touchdowns already, and he looks to be a top five tight end nearly each and every week.

Kansas City Chiefs

Patrick Mahomes – When you think that Mahomes has to come back to Earth at some point, he just keeps putting up video game type numbers. He threw for 443 yards and four touchdowns. He might have it a bit harder against the physical Ravens defense, so maybe don’t play him in DFS but he should be good for three more touchdowns on Sunday.

LeSean McCoy – He suffered an ankle injury in Week 2, but thankfully the MRI came back showing no significant damage. He should be in there on Sunday, but it will be no easy task against Baltimore. In fact, the Chiefs might be best served not playing him this week against such a hard hitting defense. You should probably look somewhere else for your RB2 as well.

Damien Williams – It has not been the start that Williams or his owners hoped for, and it was made worse by his injury in Week 2. It looks like he will play, but after eight yards on nine carries how excited can you be? The only thing saving him from the waiver wire is his receiving ability as he had three catches for 48 yards on Sunday. If you are desperate he could be a flex play, but honestly that wouldn’t be your best bet.

Sammy Watkins – That sound you heard was Sammy Watkins coming back to Earth. The six catches in Week 2 were nice, but he failed to top 50 yards. This is Watkins. 150 yards one game, 50 yards the next. After this game it is clear that Patrick Mahomes will throw to anyone and everyone, so don’t expect Watkins to rack up 125 yards a week. This one might be a tough one against the Ravens.

Mecole Hardman – The rookie had an impressive outing in his first opportunity for legitimate playing time with 61 yards and a touchdown. Hardman is very talented receiver, but it will be difficult for him to find consistent production with so many weapons on the team. His speed could help him get behind the defense, although this could be a very touchdown dependent week for Hardman.

Demarcus Robinson – The veteran receiver has never been fantasy relevant, so maybe don’t be fooled by this outlier game. Robinson had six catches for 172 yards and two touchdowns on Sunday.  And while he have a little more opportunity with Tyreek Hill out, you should want to see more from Robinson before trusting him.

Travis Kelce – Kelce had another great game on Sunday with 107 yards and a score. Just keep playing Kelce and you will be happy with the production way more often than not.

Summary: The offensive explosion of the Chiefs rolls into Week 3 with their toughest test of the short season. The Ravens will be without one of their best corners which should mean curtains before long. The Ravens offense is newly dynamic now that they have Lamar Jackson at quarterback, so this won’t be a blowout. There should be a ton of fantasy points in this one and it should be exciting to watch. I’m going to call a slight upset.

Prediction:  Ravens 38, Chiefs 35

Cincinnati Bengals vs. Buffalo Bills

Venue: Ralph Wilson Stadium(Orchard Park)Sun. 9-22 @ 1:00 pm EDTOver/Under: 44


Cincinnati Bengals at Buffalo Bills
Game Time: Sunday, September 22 at 1:00pm ET
Spread: Buffalo -6

Cincinnati Bengals

Andy Dalton – It was a second straight statistically strong game for Dalton as he threw for 311 yards and two scores. However, in this one his team was behind from the start, so there were plenty of reasons to throw. Garbage time production counts the same as at any other time of the game as well. He still shouldn’t be considered a starting fantasy quarterback, but he is off to a great start. This coming week will be a really tough one against a rough Bills defense, and even in superflex leagues, Dalton should be on the bench.

Joe Mixon – He was dinged up coming into the game, and it was evident as Mixon only carried the ball 11 times, and he gained just 17 yards. The 49ers run defense played him very tough, and it will be just as difficult this week against the Bills. It is really tough to sit a guy that you picked late in the first round or early in the second round, but this is likely a 60-70 yard max for Mixon.

Gio Bernard – Bernard was a popular pickup last week, but with Mixon starting his value was very limited. Assuming Mixon is able to play again, which he should, Bernard shouldn’t be someone to play in Week 3 against Buffalo. You can throw Bernard back to the waiver wire if needed.

Tyler Boyd – It was an incredible afternoon for Boyd as he caught all ten of his targets for 122 yards. This is the kind of performance that was expected from Boyd when he was drafted this August. He is a great slot receiver, and is a PPR stud. He now has 18 catches in two weeks, although Buffalo is no joke and while you have to start him in all leagues you should do it with some trepidation.

John Ross – Ross played another great game in Week 2 and looks like he will continue to have value as long as A.J. Green is sidelined. Sure, more than half of his 112 yards did come on his long touchdown catch, but his eight targets were the second most on the team. It might sound like a broken record, but all of the Bengals will struggle to produce against the Bills, but he definitely will have flex value. Points will be tough to come by in this one.

Buffalo Bills

Josh Allen – He threw for 253 yards and a touchdown, and also ran for 21 yards and another score. As usual he wasn’t the most accurate passer, but he did plenty more than enough to win the game against New York for the second straight week. He is becoming a nice fantasy quarterback, and while he isn’t quite in the top 12 yet he is quickly becoming a very viable backup in case of bye weeks or injury. He should have no trouble torching the Bengals and is a great option in DFS games this week if you want to pay up for elite guys at other position.

Frank Gore – Gore wasn’t a stud in Week 2, but his 68 yards on 19 carries showed that he is still the lead back for the Bills. He only averaged 3.6 yards a carry and that is far from exciting, but in the end he is still a starting running back on your fantasy team. He will cede the starting job to Devin Singletary before too long, but he should be able to rock the Bengals and has flex consideration in Week 3.

Devin Singletary – The rookie left the game for a little while with a hamstring injury, but was dynamic when he was in there. He gained 57 yards on just six carries, but one was for a touchdown and ran the ball well. Despite the fact that the Bengals have been run on a bunch in each of the first two weeks, Singletary will be a risky start. He has shown that he can produce on limited production, but you could feel better about him if he could get double digit carries.

John Brown – A Week 1 standout, Brown proved that it was no fluke, even against one of the better corners in the game. Brown caught seven of his eight targets for 72 yards, and although he did not score you are getting massive fantasy production from a guy you took as a dart throw or a free agent pickup. Clearly Brown and Allen have a nice connection and he is someone that you can feel comfortable with moving forward. The Bengals pass defense has been leaky through the first two weeks so feel great playing Brown.

Cole Beasley – His value is really only in PPR leagues, but Beasley looks like he is holding the value he had in Dallas with the Bills. He caught all four of his targets on Sunday for 83 yards against the trashy Giants defense, but he is startable again in Week 3 against a subpar Bengals defense. He isn’t going to get you any long catches, and he might only score three or four touchdowns this season, but he is almost a lock for ten fantasy points each week.

Summary: Buffalo looks like an actual team that might make the playoffs to get slapped around by the Patriots. Their defense is legit, and Allen has shown a little improvement. The Bengals offense and defense seem to be in a competition for which unit could be worse. I’ll go with the defense. Josh Allen makes a bunch of plays with his arms and legs and wins.

Prediction: Bills 27, Bengals 14

New York Jets vs. New England Patriots

Venue: Gillette Stadium(Foxborough)Sun. 9-22 @ 1:00 pm EDTOver/Under: 43.5


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Detroit Lions vs. Philadelphia Eagles

Venue: Lincoln Financial Field(Philadelphia)Sun. 9-22 @ 1:00 pm EDTOver/Under: 46.5


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Oakland Raiders vs. Minnesota Vikings

Venue: U.S. Bank Stadium(Minneapolis)Sun. 9-22 @ 1:00 pm EDTOver/Under: 43.5


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Miami Dolphins vs. Dallas Cowboys

Venue: AT&T Stadium(Arlington)Sun. 9-22 @ 1:00 pm EDTOver/Under: 47.5


Miami Dolphins at Dallas Cowboys
Game Time: Sunday, September 22 at 1:00pm ET
Spread: Dallas -21

Miami Dolphins

Ryan Fitzpatrick – They say that opportunity is the greatest thing you can have in fantasy football. However, sometimes opportunity doesn’t always lead to production. The Dolphins have been blown out in consecutive weeks which you think would lead to more passing attempts, but in both games Fitzpatrick has been awful, and he’s been taken out of the game for Josh Rosen . The Dolphins are going to be blown out again, but Fitzpatrick will stink again.

Kalen Ballage – The Dolphins don’t have many opportunities to run when they are down by 250 points by the end of the first quarter. It was another quiet week for Ballage as he had four carries for six yards, and even though he was targeted five times he had just one catch for six yards. Until the Dolphins play a team that isn’t going to beat them by 40 there is no reason to start one of their running backs.

Kenyan Drake – The schedule makers hate the Dolphins as they are set up for their third consecutive blowout when they face the Cowboys in Week 3. He did have five catches to almost make up for his lack of action in the running game, but the whole Dolphins offense sucks. There is no way that you can trust a Miami runner when they don’t stand a chance of even staying in the game. Keep Drake on your bench for the upcoming Sunday.

DeVante Parker – You were warned after Parker had a great Week 1 that it was too good to be true. In one of the stranger stat lines of the week, Parker was tied for the team lead with seven targets and had absolutely no catches. He was much ballyhooed coming out of college, but Parker’s NFL career has been one disappointing week after another. Even though the Dolphins will pass and pass and pass, you should stay away from Parker.

Preston Williams – If you are going to start any Dolphins receiver, Williams is the guy, although it is not recommended. He has been the most productive receiver, and if anyone is going to score a touchdown, it is probably going to be Williams. However, there is a good chance they might score ten points or less so you should look in another direction.

Dallas Cowboys

Dak Prescott – Dallas is absolutely rolling through two weeks and Prescott is letting the whole NFL know that he is not just a game manager and that he is going to put up some meaningful statistics. He destroyed the Redskins for 269 yards through the air and another 69 on the ground with three touchdowns. You would have to have to lived under a rock the last two weeks to see how the Dolphins defense has been thrashed the previous two weeks. Dak could be the top overall fantasy quarterback this week.

Ezekiel Elliott – Zeke looked like his usual self with his dominating performance on Sunday with 111 yards on the ground on 23 carries. Those concerned about Tony Pollard will be happy to know that he got exactly four carries. Elliott is how the offense runs and he will continue to be a stud. He will almost definitely top 100 yards in this game.

Amari Cooper – Cooper just seems to score every single week since coming to the Cowboys, and he did it again in Week 2. He did have just four catches on 44 yards, but he is just a stud on a weekly basis. There is never a week that you shouldn’t feel good about Cooper in your starting lineup and against this swiss cheese Dolphins defense he should light them up.

Devin Smith – With Michael Gallup set to maybe miss a month for the Cowboys, someone is going to have to step up, and it will be Smith. He had a solid preseason, and showed some skills on Sunday when he led the Cowboys in yards. He had three catches for 74 yards, which included a 51 yard touchdown. With opportunity could come some production, and Smith should be a popular waiver pick this week.

Randall Cobb – Cobb won’t have consistent value, and any value is kept only to PPR leagues. He had five catches on Sunday, but only for 24 yards, and he is borderline rosterable at this point. You should be able to find someone who can give you better fantasy stats, but he should at least get three to five catches a week.

Jason Witten – He isn’t going to have any long catches, and his fantasy value might be pretty dependent on touchdowns, but it doesn’t seem that Witten came out of retirement for nothing. He scored for the second consecutive week, but he doesn’t have a lot of catches or yards. He is a very risky play on a weekly basis.

Summary: This one should be another bloodbath as the Dolphins face their third straight quality team to start the season. The only question will be if the Cowboys cover the spread and I think they will. Dak and Zeke tap dance all over Miami’s lifeless carcass.

Prediction: Cowboys 41, Dolphins 3

New York Giants vs. Tampa Bay Buccaneers

Venue: Raymond James Stadium(Tampa)Sun. 9-22 @ 4:05 pm EDTOver/Under: 48


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Carolina Panthers vs. Arizona Cardinals

Venue: University of Phoenix Stadium(Glendale)Sun. 9-22 @ 4:05 pm EDTOver/Under: 46.5


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Pittsburgh Steelers vs. San Francisco 49ers

Venue: Levi's Stadium(Santa Clara)Sun. 9-22 @ 4:25 pm EDTOver/Under: 43.5


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Houston Texans vs. Los Angeles Chargers

Venue: StubHub Center(Carson)Sun. 9-22 @ 4:25 pm EDTOver/Under: 47.5


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New Orleans Saints vs. Seattle Seahawks

Venue: CenturyLink Field(Seattle)Sun. 9-22 @ 4:25 pm EDTOver/Under: 44.5


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Los Angeles Rams vs. Cleveland Browns

Venue: FirstEnergy Stadium(Cleveland)Sun. 9-22 @ 8:20 pm EDTOver/Under: 49.5


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Chicago Bears vs. Washington Redskins

Venue: FedEx Field(Landover)Mon. 9-23 @ 8:15 pm EDTOver/Under: 41.5


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