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NFL Matchups - Week 6 Preview

Philadelphia Eagles vs. New York Giants

Venue: MetLife Stadium(East Rutherford)Thu. 10-11 @ 8:20 pm EDTOver/Under: 45


Philadelphia Eagles at New York Giants (+3), Thursday, 8:20 pm EST.

Last meeting (12/17/17): Eagles won 34-29. Nick Foles threw for 237 yards and four touchdowns. Jay Ajayi rushed for 49 yards on 12 carries. Nelson Agholor caught seven passes for 59 yards and a touchdown. Eli Manning threw for 434 yards, three touchdowns, and an interception.  

Philadelphia Eagles

Carson Wentz - Wentz threw for 311 yards and two touchdowns versus the Vikings. Wentz has looked good this season coming off of ACL surgery and should continue to thrive versus a Giants defense that has was just torched versus Carolina. QB1.

Jay Ajayi - Out for the season after tearing his ACL.

Corey Clement - With Ajayi out for the season, Clement should step up into a pretty big role for the Eagles offense. While this likely starts out as a committee, when healthy, Clement was getting a larger majority of the carries not soaked up by Ajayi. RB3.

Darren Sproles - Appears iffy to play at best.

Wendell Smallwood - Smallwood should get a nice boost in value with Ajayi out of the year and the health woes of both Sproles and Clement. While Clement should eventually get more carries and Smallwood should be the change of pace back, with Clement coming back from injury, he may not be ready to handle a full workload this week. RB3.

Alshon Jeffery - Jeffery caught two passes for 39 yards versus the Vikings. A week after returning with a bang, Jeffery was apparently not on the same page with Wentz. While he was second on the team with eight targets, Jeffery struggled in coverage versus Xavier Rhodes who was able to lock him down much of the game. He will get Eli Apple this week, who has improved this year, but is not the player Rhodes is. WR2.

Nelson Agholor - Agholor caught four passess for 45 yards versus Minnesota. Agholor was much more efficient this last week, but received a third of the targets than the week before. Agholor is a playmaker, but he was not a huge factor in the game plan versus the Vikings. With a matchup versus Janoris Jenkins , he should get more targets, but it is a crapshoot whether or not he will be able to do much with them. WR4.

Zach Ertz - Ertz continues to lead the team in virtually all receiving categories and is the favorite target of Wentz. TE1.

Dallas Goedert - Just not getting enough targets to be interesting right now. TE3.

New York Giants

Eli Manning - Manning threw for 326 yards, two touchdowns and two interceptions versus the Panthers and had a pretty good day except for a couple poor turnovers in the third quarter. He was able to get the ball into the hands of his best playmakers and they rewarded him with a couple of late scores. He gets an Eagles team that is pretty stout upfront, but can be beat in coverage. QB2.

Saquon Barkley - Barkley rushed for 48 yards on 15 carries and caught four passes for 81 yards and two touchdowns versus the Panthers. He has been absolutely fantastic in his rookie campaign. This is a really tough matchup versus a stout front seven in Philadelphia, but Saquon has turned into a must start RB1.

Odell Beckham Jr.- Beckham caught eight passes for 131 yards and a touchdown and also threw a 57 yards score to Barkley on a trick play. In spite of drama in the locker room, Beckham has been fantastic coming off of an injury shortened season and should get plenty of work versus the Eagles. WR1.

Sterling Shepard - Caught four passes for 75 yards versus the Panthers. With Engram out, he still retains some value with defenses keyed in on Barkley and Beckham. WR3.

Evan Engram - Out one more week.

PredictionGiants win 31-27.

Seattle Seahawks vs. Oakland Raiders

Venue: Wembley Stadium(London)Sun. 10-14 @ 1:00 pm EDTOver/Under: 48


Seattle Seahawks at Oakland Raiders (In London) (+3), Sunday, 1:00 pm EST.

Last Meeting (11/2/14): The Seahawks won 30-24. Derek Carr threw for 194 yards, two touchdowns, and two interceptions. Darren McFadden rushed for 20 yards and caught four passes for 47 yards. Russell Wilson threw for 179 yards. Marshawn Lynch rushed for 67 yards and two touchdowns and caught five passes for 76 yards.

Seattle Seahawks

Russell Wilson - Wilson threw for 198 yards and three touchdowns versus the Rams. It was a decent statistical day for Wilson considering the Seahawks were able to be very productive with the run game. The Raiders can be hit or miss in the secondary and the London games are always hard to predict. High-end QB2.

Chris Carson - Carson rushed 19 times for 116 times versus the Rams. Carson is still getting the largest share of the load, but it is hard to know if that will always be the case week to week. The Raiders are awful versus the run, but the volatility of this offense makes him a RB3.

- Davis rushed for 68 yards on 12 carries versus the Rams. Davis has been pretty productive, but he looks to be 1B to Carson right now. RB3.

Rashaad Penny - Didn’t play a single snap versus the Rams. Needs an injury to make an impact.

Doug Baldwin - The Rams shut down Baldwin who only had one target in the game. This is a perplexing line a week after having a nice showing in his first game back from injury. This seems more like fluke than fiction. WR2 this week versus a poor Oakland secondary.

Tyler Lockett - Lockett caught three passes for 98 yards and a touchdown versus the Rams. It was nice to see Lockett get more involved, even if it was at the expense of Baldwin. As always, he is a WR3 with risk, but even more so as the two West Coast teams travel to Europe.

Oakland Raiders

Derek Carr - Carr threw for 286 yards, one touchdown, and an interception versus the Chargers. Carr struggled versus the Chargers defense and reverted into a check-down approach which hurt the offensive weapons. Carr is maddening to own and shouldn’t be rostered outside of 2QB leagues. He gets a Seahawks defense that is allowing the fourth fewest points per game to the position. QB3.

Marshawn Lynch - Lynch rushed for 31 yards on nine carries versus the Chargers. The Raiders fell behind in this one and they ended having to abandon the run and defer to Jalen Richard more. Lynch could find similar struggles in this one, but you have to assume the Raiders will try to grind it out on the ground unless they fall behind early. RB2.

Amari Cooper - Cooper only received one target versus the Chargers. As if Cooper wasn’t already frustrating enough, now he gets blanked by his own QB. Cooper has a ton of talent, but at this point, it is hard to believe it will ever truly be realized. WR3.

Jordy Nelson - Nelson caught four passes for 43 yards and a touchdown versus the Chargers. Unlike Cooper, Nelson has turned into a steady target for Carr and while he has a lower ceiling, his floor is much safer. WR2.

Martavis Bryant - Bryant caught three passes for 91 yards versus the Chargers. Whoa! We had a Bryant sighting!!! Much like most of this Raiders passing game, it is hard to believe it will be consistent.

Jared Cook - Cook continues to get a lot of targets week to week and his one of the few consistent parts of this offense. TE1.

Prediction: Seahawks win 20-13.

Indianapolis Colts vs. New York Jets

Venue: MetLife Stadium(East Rutherford)Sun. 10-14 @ 1:00 pm EDTOver/Under: 45.5


Indianapolis Colts at New York Jets (-2.5), Sunday, 1:00pm EST.

Last Meeting (12/5/16): The Colts won 41-10. Andrew Luck threw for 278 yards and four touchdowns. Frank Gore rushed for 79 yards. T.Y. Hilton caught nine passes for 146 yards. Bryce Petty threw for 135 yards, a touchdown, and two interceptions. Matt Forte rushed for 25 yards. Robbie Anderson caught four passes for 61 yards.

Indianapolis Colts  

Andrew Luck - Luck threw for 365 yards, three touchdowns, and two interceptions versus the Patriots. Luck got into a shootout with Tom Brady and fell short in spite of having a pretty great day offensively. Luck has played really well the last few weeks and could be getting Hilton back. QB1.

Marlon Mack - Did not play versus the Patriots. Mack has had limited work in practice over the last few weeks, but still not played. Even if he does come back, it would just further complicate things in the Colts backfield moving forward.

Jordan Wilkins - Wilkins rushed for 39 yards on six carries versus the Patriots. Wilkins has obviously been leapfrogged in value by Hines. He is droppable in most formats.

Nyheim Hines -  Hines rushed for 45 yards on 15 carries and caught seven passes for 45 yards versus the Patriots. Hines has gone from passing down back to workhorse over the last couple of weeks. Unfortunately, Mack appears about ready to return which would put a damper on his value. That being said, he will still get the majority of targets out of the backfield, making him a PPR RB2.

T.Y. Hilton - Did not play versus the Patriots. Hilton has been described as week-to-week by head coach Frank Reich. That sounds a bit discouraging, but if he plays he becomes a WR2.

Ryan Grant - Grant caught six passes for 58 yards versus the Patriots. Grant has not seen much of an uptick in targets with Hilton gone. At this point, we would have to see that before we can make him more than a WR4.

Chester Rogers - Rogers caught eight passes for 66 yards versus the Patriots. Rogers was second to Ebron with 11 targets and hauled in

Jack Doyle - Doubtful to play again.

Eric Ebron - Ebron caught nine passes for 105 yards and two touchdowns versus the Patriots. Ebron has turned into a stud with Doyle out. That may change once Doyle is healthy, but until then enjoy the ride. The Jets have been good against the tight end this year, but right now, Ebron is a TE1.

New York Jets

Sam Darnold - Darnold threw for 198 yards, three touchdowns, and an interception versus the Broncos. Darnold only threw 22 times in the game, but when he did, they counted for a lot. That won’t be sustainable moving forward and the Jets are protecting the rookie with a strong running game. QB3.

Isaiah Crowell - Crowell rushed for 219 yards and a touchdown on 15 carries versus the Broncos. So.... my wife is in the hospital and I helped her set her lineup and benched Crowell for her. MY BAD!!! Crowell carved up the Jets and has played pretty well so far. There are tougher games coming, but right now he is an RB2.

Bilal Powell - Powell rushed for 99 yards on 20 carries versus the Broncos. Powell actually had more carries and is the better receiver out of the two backs. That will likely mean he is more valuable moving forward, especially in a game like this one wear the Colts are very bad against pass catching backs. RB2.

Robby Anderson - Anderson caught three passes for 123 yards versus the Broncos. Where did this game come from. We have been waiting on Anderson to breakout all season and he finally did versus Denver. He still doesn’t get a ton of targets, but the upside is obvious. WR3.

Quincy Enunwa - Enunwa did not record a catch on five targets versus the Broncos. Even in a poor game, he was tied for the most targets on the team. He should bounceback this week versus Indy. WR3.

Prediction: Colts win 34-20.

Los Angeles Chargers vs. Cleveland Browns

Venue: FirstEnergy Stadium(Cleveland)Sun. 10-14 @ 1:00 pm EDTOver/Under: 46


Los Angeles Chargers at Cleveland Browns (+1), Sunday, 1:00pm EST

Last Meeting (12/3/17): The Chargers won 19-10. DeShone Kizer threw for 215 yards, one touchdown, and one interception. Isaiah Crowell rushed for 41 yards. Josh Gordon caught four passes for 85 yards. Philip Rivers threw for 344 yards and a touchdown. Melvin Gordon rushed for 77 yards. Keenan Allen caught 10 passes for 105 yards and a touchdown.

Los Angeles Chargers

Philip Rivers - Rivers threw for 339 yards and two touchdowns versus the Raiders. Rivers was great in the victory over the Raiders, being very efficient in all three levels of the field. He gets a Browns defense that has been very impressive in the secondary and is allowing the sixth fewest fantasy points per game to opposing QBs. QB2.

Melvin Gordon - Gordon rushed for 58 yards and a touchdown and caught four passes for 62 yards versus the Raiders. The Browns are best beaten through the running game, so Gordon should get a heavy workload. RB1.

Keenan Allen - Allen caught eight passes for 90 yards versus the Raiders. The Browns offer a intriguing matchup with Denzel Ward , but Allen is still a WR1.

Mike Williams - Williams caught three passes for 45 yards versus the Raiders. Williams is facing increased competition with namesake Tyrell Williams for targets. With the great outside corners and safeties the Browns are sporting, neither Williams is worth starting this week. WR4.

Cleveland Browns

Baker Mayfield - Mayfield threw for 342 yards, one touchdown, and an interception versus the Ravens. Mayfield bounced back from an early interception to put together a nice day for the Browns, but they just couldn’t finish off a lot of drives. Mayfield will continue to have up and down games and this is a decent matchup, but he is still nothing more than a QB2.

Carlos Hyde - Hyde rushed for 63 yards on 17 carries versus the Ravens. Hyde is still the workhorse of the backfield, but gets a Chargers defense that has allowed the eighth fewest rushing yards this year. However, he is still an RB2 due to sheer volume.

Duke Johnson Jr.- Not getting enough work to be interesting.

Nick Chubb - Your chance to sell was last week.

Jarvis Landry - Landry caught five passes for 69 yards versus the Ravens. Landry continues to be the most targeted receiver in the passing game and with a carousel of receivers around him, he should continue that trend. WR1.

Antonio Callaway - With Higgins out for a while, Callaway has an opportunity to become a bigger part of the offense. He is still really raw, but he has a ton of talent and Mayfield has looked for him deep a fair amount. WR4.

David Njoku - Njoku led the team in targets and catches and has turned into a reliable player for the rookie QB.  The Chargers have been good against the TE this year, but Njoku’s targets share makes him a TE1.

Prediction: Chargers win 33-28.

Chicago Bears vs. Miami Dolphins

Venue: Sun Life Stadium(Miami Gardens)Sun. 10-14 @ 1:00 pm EDTOver/Under: 42


Chicago Bears at Miami Dolphins (+3), Sunday, 1:00pm EST

Last Meeting (10/19/14): Ryan Tannehill threw for 277 yards and two touchdowns. Lamar Miller rushed for 61 yards and a touchdown. Charles Clay caught four passes for 58 yards and a touchdown. Jay Cutler threw for 190 yards, one touchdown, and an interception. Matt Forte rushed for 49 yards and a touchdown. Forte also caught six passes for 60 yards and a touchdown.

Chicago Bears

Mitchell Trubisky - With the Bears coming off of a bye, Trubisky has had two weeks to prepare for the Dolphins defense and he is coming off of the best game of his career in Week 4. That being said, Trubisky has really struggled much of the year and has yet to prove he can move through progressions or read a defense. QB2.  

Jordan Howard -  Howard didn’t get a ton of touches in the blowout versus the Bucs, but this is a game in which the Bears should try and ground and pound it versus a weaker front seven. The Dolphins are giving up the tenth most fantasy points per game to opposing RBs. RB1.

Tarik Cohen - Before the bye, Cohen exploded for a huge game, but it is unclear if the Bears will continue to feed him considering they didn’t throw the first three games. Cohen is a risky RB3 this week in what will likely be a wet Miami.

Allen Robinson - Robinson has been largely held back by Trubisky, but in Trubisky’s breakout game, Robinson only received three targets. With Anthony Miller out, Robinson should be heavily targeted. WR3.

Anthony Miller - Out

Taylor Gabriel - Gabriel wnt off versus Tampa and while the extent of is unsustainable, he has caught at least four passes in each game. WR4.

Trey Burton - Burton finally had the big game fantasy owners have been waiting for and appears to be building a rapport with Trubisky. With the dearth of options at the position, he is a TE1.

Miami Dolphins

Ryan Tannehill - Tannehill threw for 185 yards, a touchdown, and two interceptions versus the Bengals. He also lost a fumble in what was a ugly game. He now gets a Bears defense that has been stellar and has had two weeks to prepare for him. QB3.

Kenyan Drake - Drake rushed six times for 46 yards and caught seven passes for 69 yards and a touchdown versus the Bengals. Drake is still trailing Gore in carries, but at least they are starting to get him some touches. The Bears have a great defense and are allowing the fewest fantasy points per game to opposing RBs, so it is hard to trust him this week. RB3.

Frank Gore - Gore rushed 12 times for 63 yards versus the Bengals. The Bengals have been awful versus the run and Gore exploited that before the Dolphins were forced to get away from the run. Gore continues to out carry Drake which is maddening for fantasy. I wouldn’t trust any back in Miami right now. RB3.  

DeVante Parker - Even if he is not out, you should be out on him.

Kenny Stills - Stills caught two passes for 17 yards versus the Bengals. Stills struggled along with Tannehill, but he still leads the other wide receivers in targets. There should be better days ahead, but this isn’t the week to jump back on board. WR4.

Albert Wilson - Wilson caught five passes for 43 yards versus the Bengals. Wilson was the most targeted receiver for the Dolphins and is turning into a usable piece in deeper formats. However, like Stills, this isn’t the week to use him.

Mike Gesicki - Gesicki is clearly the top tight end on the team, but at this point, he isn’t involved enough week to week to be used. TE2.

Prediction: Bears win 20-16.

Tampa Bay Buccaneers vs. Atlanta Falcons

Venue: Mercedes-Benz Stadium(Atlanta)Sun. 10-14 @ 1:00 pm EDTOver/Under: 57.5


Tampa Bay Buccaneers at Atlanta Falcons (-3.5), Sunday, 1:00 pm EST.

Last Meeting (12/18/17): Falcons won 24-21. Matt Ryan threw for 212 yards and a touchdown. Devontae Freeman rushed for 126 yards and a touchdown and caught five passes for 68 yards. Jameis Winston threw for 299 yards and three touchdowns. Peyton Barber rushed for 53 yards. Mike Evans caught five passes for 79 yards and a touchdown.

Tampa Bay Buccaneers

Jameis Winston - Winston returns to the starting role off of the bye week and gets a Falcons defense that is middle of the pack in terms of points given up to opposing QBs. However, where the Falcons have really struggled against QBs is in the run game, where they are allowing the most rushing yards to the position. Winston is a sneaky QB2 this week as we access how the offense work with him behind center.

Ryan Fitzpatrick - Back to the backup role.

Peyton Barber - Barber is now facing increased competition with Ronald Jones and may start to lose carries to him more and more, but going up against the Falcons this week who are allowing the fourth most fantasy points per game to the position, no Tampa running back is a safe play. RB4.

Ronald Jones - Jones should start to carve out a larger role for himself in the offense, but behind one of the worst offensive lines in football is no time to get cute. RB4.

Mike Evans - Evans had a down week versus the Bears in Week 4, but had put up 20+ points weeks in the first three weeks of the season. He should get a ton of targets and a matchup with Desmond Trufant shouldn’t stand in the way of a big week. WR1.

DeSean Jackson - Jackson is always risk vs. reward, but he has paid off most weeks this season. WR3.

Chris Godwin - Godwin disappeared in the last game prior to the bye week and with DeSean Jackson healthy, he will likely struggle off and on. He is best left to your bench until we get a closer look at this Tampa offense with Winston steering the ship. WR4.

OJ Howard- Out

Cameron Brate - With Howard out, Brate becomes a sneaky TE1 considering that he and Winston have had a nice rapport in the past.


Atlanta Falcons

Matt Ryan - Ryan really struggled versus the Steelers and left the game late after injuring his foot. He appears to have avoided serious injury and while the Bucs have had two weeks to prepare for this game, they’ve allowed the second most passing yards this season (in spite of already having had a bye) and have only eight sacks, the third lowest in the league. QB1.

Devonta Freeman - Freeman virtually split carries with Tevin Coleman and Ito Smith in his first game back from injury and the entire offense struggled versus Pittsburgh. However, he gets a Tampa defense that has allowed the seventh most fantasy points per game to opposing RBs and is extremely vulnerable in the passing game against RBs. RB1.

Tevin Coleman - Coleman will likely be back in a complementary role versus the Bucs, but as stated above, the Bucs struggle guarding running backs in the passing game, a place where Coleman can excel. So, while he is likely going to see a reduced role, he is still flex worthy. RB3.

Julio Jones - Jones caught five pases for 62 yards versus the Steelers. Jones stated recently that he prefers wins over touchdowns, which is great for the team, but fantasy owners are getting a bit impatient. Well, if there is a week for him to breakout and end the TD drought, then this is it. Tampa has allowed the most fantasy points per game to opposing WRs. WR1.

Mohamed Sanu - Sanu had a big week versus the Steelers out of the slot, catching four passes for 73 yards and a touchdown. He gets another great matchup this week versus M.J. Stewart who exemplifies how bad the corner play has been this year in Tampa WR3.  

Calvin Ridley - Last week was a bit of a down week for Ridley as he didn’t get into the endzone to salvage an underwhelming day. However, this week he gets a matchup versus Brent Grimes , who has been truly awful in coverage. Looks for another big wee, WR2.

Austin Hooper - Hooper had a huge week versus the Steelers, but the Bucs actually are one of the best teams in football versus the tight end, allowing the second fewest points per game to the position. TE2.

Prediction: Falcons win 30-17.

Arizona Cardinals vs. Minnesota Vikings

Venue: U.S. Bank Stadium(Minneapolis)Sun. 10-14 @ 1:00 pm EDTOver/Under: 43


Arizona Cardinals at Minnesota Vikings (-10.5), Sunday, 1:00pm EST.

Last Meeting (11/20/16): The Vikings won 30-24. Carson Palmer threw for 198 yards, two touchdowns and two interceptions. David Johnson rushed for 103 yards and a touchdown. Larry Fitzgerald caught six passes for 63 yards. Sam Bradford threw for 169 yards and a touchdown. Jerick McKinnon rushed for 44 yards. Adam Thielen caught five passes for 65 yards and a touchdown.

Arizona Cardinals

Josh Rosen - Rosen threw for 170 yards and a touchdown versus the 49ers. Rosen has had moments that looked good over the last two week, but the Cardinals are running a more conservative offense with the rookie and he only had 10 completions which won’t do much to inspire much confidence. The Vikings have given up the fifth most fantasy points per game to QBs, but there is no way I would start Rosen outside of 2QB leagues. QB3.

David Johnson - Johnson rushed for 55 yards and two touchdowns on 18 carries versus the Niners. The Cardinals have decided that they will protect Rosen by feeding DJ, which is great for fantasy owners that were regretting the choice to take Johnson early in the first round of drafts. This will be a much tougher matchup as the Vikings have allowed the ninth fewest fantasy points per game to opposing RBs and will likely stack the box to force Rosen to throw. Johnson is a low-end RB1.


Larry Fitzgerald - Fitzgerald caught two passes for 35 yards versus the Niners. Fitzpatrick is also battling an injury right now and did not practice on Wednesday. The offense is virtually only running through David Johnson making Fitzgerald a WR4 even if he plays this week.

Christian Kirk - Kirk caught three passes for 85 yards and a touchdown versus the Niners. While a great statistical day for Kirk almost all of it came early on one play as he scored a 75-yard touchdown to begin the game. With the limitations of Rosen and the offense, Kirk is nothing more than a WR4.

Minnesota Vikings

Kirk Cousins - Cousins threw for 301 yards and a touchdown versus the Eagles. Cousins did also lose a fumble in the game, but was able to do enough to keep Philadelphia in the game while the running attack struggled. He gets an Arizona secondary allowing the sixth fewest points per game to opposing QBs, but that is largely because teams can run all over them. QB1.

Dalvin Cook - Cook was inactive for the game versus the Eagles. He dodged one of the best run defenses and should return for one of the worst. It has been an awful year for him, but this is the best chance he has for a get right game versus the Cardinals run defense that is allowing the most fantasy points per game to opposing RBs. RB1.

Stefon Diggs - Diggs continues to thrive with Cousin behind center. He caught 10 passes for 91 yards versus the Eagles. While the Vikings will probably not need to throw quite as much once they jump out to a lead, Diggs is easily a WR2.

Adam Thielen - Thielen caught seven passes for 116 yards versus the Eagles. Like Diggs, Thielen is loving the addition of Cousins and has become his favorite target. Thielen may not have the huge game here, but at this point he is a WR1 every week.

Kyle Rudolph - Rudolph has not enjoyed the success that Diggs and Thielen have, but he still gets a decent target share and should continue to produce TE1 numbers in such an awful position. TE1.

Prediction:  Vikings win 37-9.

Buffalo Bills vs. Houston Texans

Venue: NRG Stadium(Houston)Sun. 10-14 @ 1:00 pm EDTOver/Under: 41


Buffalo Bills at Houston Texans (-1), Sunday, 1:00pm EST.

Last Meeting (12/6/15): Bills won 30-21. Brian Hoyer threw for 293 yards, three touchdowns, and an interception. Chris Polk ran for 61 yards. Cecil Shorts caught six passes for 91 yards. Tyrod Taylor threw for 211 yards and three touchdowns. LeSean McCoy rushed for 112 yards. Sammy Watkins caught three passes for 109 yards.

Buffalo Bills

Josh Allen - Josh Allen threw for 82 yards and interception, but rushed for a touchdown versus the Titans. The touchdown run was nifty, but 82 yards? The Texans are awful defensively, but Allen is on an awful team and can’t be trusted at all. QB3.

LeSean McCoy - McCoy rushed for 85 yards on 24 carries versus the Titans. McCoy is the only part of this offense worth starting and while the Texans defense is not good, they have only allowed one rushing TD to running backs this season. RB3.

Kelvin Benjamin - Benjamin continues to lead the team in targets and continues to suck. That isn’t changing any time soon. WR5.

Zay Jones - Jones might be a decent play in a different offense, in a different system, with a different QB. WR4.

Charles Clay - No.

Houston Texans

Deshaun Watson - Watson threw for 375 yards, one touchdown, and an interception versus the Cowboys. Dallas did a great job of getting to Watson even if they only logged one sack during the contest. He did sustain a chest injury during the contest, but as long as he is healthy, he should be a QB1 versus a bad Bills team.

Lamar Miller - Miller did not play versus the Cowboys, but is expected to play this week. With Alfred Blue performing well in his absence and Foreman on the mend, Miller will need a big performance this week not to start losing touches. That being said, he may get worked back in slowly and could share the workload this week. RB3.

D’Onta Foreman- Stash him now.

DeAndre Hopkins - Hopkins was dynamic once again for the Texans and put a spin move on a would be Cowboys tackler that went viral later on. He caught nine passes for 151 yards and should thrive versus a thin cornerback corps.

Will Fuller - Fuller caught two passes for 15 yards versus Dallas. The Cowboys made sure that Fuller did not get loose on them and it became his first game this year without a touchdown. That may be a short lived streak versus a bad Bills defense. WR2.

Keke Coutee - Coutee scored for the first time in his career on the backs of a breakout performance last week. He caught six passes for 51 yards and is a nice option in the short and intermediate passing game for Watson. Expect him to continue to eat in that neighborhood. WR3.

Ryan Griffin - Griffin caught six passes for 65 yards versus the Cowboys. The real surprising part was the nine targets he received. However, we need to see this type of target share again before buying in. The Texans have not been big on tight end usage in recent years and this came out of nowhere. TE2.   

Prediction: Texans win 22-3.

Pittsburgh Steelers vs. Cincinnati Bengals

Venue: Paul Brown Stadium(Cincinnati)Sun. 10-14 @ 1:00 pm EDTOver/Under: 51.5


Pittsburgh Steelers at Cincinnati Bengals (-2.5), Sunday, 1:00pm EST

Last Meeting (12/4/17): Steelers won 23-20. Ben Roethlisberger threw for 290 yards, two touchdowns, and an interception. Le’Veon Bell rushed for 76 yards and caught five passes for 106 yards and a touchdown. Andy Dalton threw for 234 yards and two touchdowns. Gio Bernard rushed for 77 yards, A.J. Green caught seven passes for 77 yards and two touchdowns.

Pittsburgh Steelers

Ben Roethlisberger - Big Ben threw for 250 yards, three touchdowns, and an interception versus the Falcons. Ben looked ok in this one, but wasn’t forced to stretch the field in this game as the Steeler jumped on the Dirty Birds early. Ben is on the road where he can tend to struggle, but he is still a QB1.

Le'Veon Bell - I have a fever and the only cure is Le’Veon Bell.  Should be back in two weeks.

James Connor- Connor was fantastic versus the Falcons, rushing for 110 yards and two touchdowns on 21 carries. Connor got a huge workload and finally delivered after a few slow weeks. Now he gets a Bengals defense allowing the 11th most fantasy points per game to opposing RBs. RB2.

Antonio Brown - Brown caught six passes for 101 yards and two touchdowns versus the Falcons. The Bengals have been pretty great against opposing wide receivers, allowing the third fewest points per game to opposing wide outs, but he is always a WR1.

JuJu Smith-Schuster - Juju caught four passes for 34 yards and a touchdown versus the Falcons. This is the second straight disappointing game, but Smith-Schuster at least salvaged his day with a score. He will get a nice matchup with Darqueze Dennard in the slot, so he should be fine. WR2.

James Washington - Just a stash at this point.

Jesse James and Vance McDonald - Neither are consistent enough to be #1s, but both are high end TE2s.

Cincinnati Bengals

Andy Dalton - Dalton threw for 248 yards, one touchdown, and an interception versus the Dolphins. Dalton struggled a bit versus the Dolphins defense, but he gets a Steelers defense allowing the most fantasy points per game to opposing quarterbacks and the Bengals will likely have to throw to keep up in this one. QB1.  

Joe Mixon - Mixon rushed for 93 yards on 22 carries and caught three pases for 22 yards and a touchdown versus the Dolphins. Mixon looked good in his first game back from injury and with Gio Bernard out for the the next few weeks Mixon should get a ton of work. RB1.

Giovani Bernard - Out 2-4 weeks.

Mark Walton - Just a handcuff.

A.J. Green - Green caught six passes for 112 yards versus the Dolphins. Green gets a tougher matchup versus a Bengals defense allowing the second most points per game to opposing QBs.  WR1.

John Ross - Did not play versus the Dolphins. Ross is a hit or miss lottery ticket at this point.

Tyler Boyd - Boyd caught four passes for 44 yards versus the Dolphins. This was a bit of a let down game, but he is still getting a ton of targets and has a nice matchup with Mike Hilton who has struggled in the slot. WR3.

Prediction: Steelers win 26-18.

Carolina Panthers vs. Washington Redskins

Venue: FedEx Field(Landover)Sun. 10-14 @ 1:00 pm EDTOver/Under: 45


Carolina Panthers at Washington Redskins (-1), Sunday, 1:00pm EST

Last meeting (12/19/16): The Panthers won 26-15. Cam Newton threw for 300 yards and two touchdowns. Jonathan Stewart rushed for 132 yards. Greg Olsen caught six passes for 85 yards. Kirk Cousins threw for 315 yards and an interception. Chris Thompson rushed for 10 yards. DeSean Jackson caught seven passes for 111 yards.

Carolina Panthers

Cam Newton - Newton threw for 237 yards, two touchdowns and two interceptions versus the Giants. He struggled at times in this game, but was able to do just enough for the Panthers to win. He gets a Redskins team that was just embarrassed by the Saints and are coming off of a short week. QB1.  

Christian McCaffrey -  McCaffrey rushed for 58 yards on 17 carries and caught five passes for 35 yards and a touchdown. It wasn’t the most explosive week for him, but it is confirmation that he is the workhorse now of the offense. This is going to make him an RB1 every week.  

C.J. Anderson -  Just the handcuff.

Devin Funchess - Funchess caught four passes for 53 yards versus the Giants. He led the team in targets, but didn’t do a ton with them. This is a common problem for Funchess, who only has one TD on the season. He will get a lot of looks in the offense, but the ceiling is very limited. WR3.

D.J. Moore - Stash.

Greg Olsen - Hope to return this week. TE1 if he does.

Washington Redskins

Alex Smith - Smith looked absolutely dreadful versus the Saints on Monday Night Football. Maybe it was the atmosphere of the Superdome on the night that Drew Brees was breaking the all-time yardage record. We can call it a throw away game, but Smith has very little upside in  what has become a conservative offense. QB2.

Adrian Peterson - Peterson left Monday’s game with a shoulder injury. The injury is not supposed to prevent him from playing this week, but the Redskins have been very hit or miss on how they use him. Right now he is an RB3 if he plays.

Chris Thompson - Thompson continues to be the main attraction for the Redskins. However, he left the game with an injury and he is questionable to play heading into this week. He would be an RB2 if he does play versus the Panthers.

Jamison Crowder - Crowder caught four passes for 55 yards versus the Saints. He led the team in targets, but that didn’t help the team from being destroyed. Crowder has a lot of talent, but Alex Smith spreads the ball around too much for him to unleash them. WR4.

Josh Doctson - Did not play versus the Saints. Can’t trust him even if he does play. WR5.

Paul Richardson - Left the game Monday with a knee injury. If he plays this week, you can’t play him. WR5.

Jordan Reed - With all the questions about where he was, you would have thought Jordan Reed ’s real name was Carmen Sandiego. (That will be funny to like five people.) Reed has a ton of upside and is finally healthy, but it is hard to trust with Smith at the helm. TE2.

Prediction: Panther win 24-20.

Los Angeles Rams vs. Denver Broncos

Venue: Sports Authority Field at Mile High(Denver)Sun. 10-14 @ 4:05 pm EDTOver/Under: 51.5


Los Angeles Rams at Denver Broncos (+7), Sunday, 4:05 pm EST.

Last meeting (11/16/14): The Rams won 22-7. Peyton Manning threw for 389 yards, one touchdown, and two interceptions. C.J. Anderson rushed for 29 yards. Demaryius Thomas caught seven passes for 103 yards. Shaun Hill threw for 220 yards and a touchdown. Tre Mason rushed for 113 yards. Kenny Britt caught four passes for 128 yards and a touchdown.

Los Angeles Rams

Jared Goff - Goff threw for 321 yards, one touchdown, and two interceptions versus the Seahawks. Goff was missing both Kupp and Cooks at different points of the game, so the shaky performance is understandable. Still, Goff has been one of the best QBs in the game this year and should retain his QB1 status versus Denver.

Todd Gurley - With the Rams banged up, Gurley carried the Rams with 22 carries for 77 yards and three touchdowns. Gurley hasn’t had to do it all this season, but obviously he can. He gets a Broncos defense that was just torched by Isaiah Crowell and Bilal Powell . RB1.

Brandin Cooks - Left the game with a concussion. In league protocol. Will be a WR1 if healthy.

Robert Woods - Woods caught five passes for 92 yards versus the Seahawks. With both Cooks and Kupp in concussion protocol, Woods becomes the de facto #1 WR in the offense. If both miss time, he becomes a high-end WR2. If one or both plays, he is a lower end WR2.

Cooper Kupp - Left the game with a concussion. In league protocol. Will be a WR2 if healthy.

Tyler Higbee and Gerald Everett - If both Kupp and Cooks are out, then one of these guys could pop. However, your guess as to who is as good as mine. I would lean Higbee as he played 80% of the offensive snaps.  

Denver Broncos

Case Keenum - Keenum threw for 377 yards, two touchdowns, and an interception versus the Jets. Keenum bounced back this week, but that was largely due to having to throw because they trailed. He gets a Rams team that is ailing a bit, but still cannot be trusted outside of 2QB leagues. QB3.

Philip Lindsey- Lindsey rushed for 61 yards on 12 carries versus the Jets. Lindsey continues to be the top ball carries in the backfield for the Broncos, but didn’t see quite a big load with the game score being so out of hand. That will likely happen again this week, so he is a lower end RB2.

Royce Freeman - Freeman is obviously second fiddle to Lindsey at this point and while the Rams can be run on a bit as soon as they fall two scores back, he will hit the bench. RB4.

Demaryius Thomas - Thomas had a huge game finally catching five passes for 105 yards and a touchdown versus the Jets. A fair portion of his yardage came in garbage time and the production has been spotty at best this season. There will be a lot of chances to play catch up in this one, but Thomas is a WR3 at best with Keenum.

Emmanuel Sanders - Sanders caught nine passes for 72 yards versus the Jets. Sanders continues to be the top target in the passing game, having more targets than Thomas and Sutton combined in Week 5. He has a tough matchup this week with Nickell Robey Coleman who has been one of the best slot corners in the game this season, but still is a high end WR3 because of the volume.

Courtland Sutton - Sutton has definitely established himself as the #3 wideout in this offense but there just isn’t enough firepower for him to flourish. He has a decent matchup with Marcus Peters this week who has struggled in coverage this year, but is nothing more than a dart throw. WR4.

Prediction: Rams win 40-17.

Baltimore Ravens vs. Tennessee Titans

Venue: LP Field(Nashville)Sun. 10-14 @ 4:25 pm EDTOver/Under: 41.5


Baltimore Ravens at Tennessee Titans (+3), Sunday, 4:25 pm EST.

Last Meeting (11/5/17): The Titans won 23-20. Joe Flacco threw for 261 yards, two touchdowns, and two interceptions. Alex Collins rushed for 43 yards. Jeremy Maclin caught eight passes for 98 yards. Marcus Mariota threw for 218 yards, two touchdowns, and an interception. Derrick Henry rushed for 26 yards and a touchdown. Delanie Walker caught five passes for 71 yards.

Baltimore Ravens

Joe Flacco - Flacco threw for 298 yards and an interception versus the Browns. He struggled a bit to get the Ravens receivers down the field versus the Browns secondary, but now has an equally tough test versus a tough Titans defense that has allowed just 15 points fantasy points per game to opposing QBs. QB2.

Alex Collins - Collins rushed for 59 yards on 12 carries versus the Browns. Collins was effective when he touched the ball but while he had more carries than Allen, he was behind in overall touches. While the Titans allow the fourth fewest fantasy points per game to opposing running backs, they actually allow the sixth most rushing yards. So if you’re choosing between he and Allen, Collins is the better play.

Javorius Allen -  Allen rushed eight times for 34 yards and caught six passes for 44 yards versus the Browns. The Titans are very good in the red zone versus the run (zero TDs allowed) and are almost just as good against receiving backs. This sets up to be a difficult game for either Baltimore back, but Allen is no more than an RB3.

Michael Crabtree - Crabtree bounced back with six catches for 66 yards versus the Browns. The overall numbers aren’t super impressive, but he received 12 targets and was the leading receiver in yards and catches. He has a tough matchup this week however, versus Adoree Jackson who has been great in coverage this season. WR3.

John Brown - Brown caught four passes for 58 yards on 14 targets versus the Browns. The Browns played very well over the top to prevent Brown from getting behind them. This week he has Malcolm Butler who has struggled at times covering the deep ball. WR2.

Willie Snead - Snead caught five passes for 55 yards versus the Browns. Snead was the most efficient of the top three wide outs, catching those five balls on just seven targets. Flacco doesn’t look to the slot as much as trying to stretch the field, so Snead will tend to lag behind in targets. This week he will likely lag again as he gets Logan Ryan most of the day, who has played well against slot backs. WR4.

Hayden Hurst - Stash for now as he was only on the field for 24% of the offensive plays, but that should start to grow soon.

Tennessee Titans

Marcus Mariota - Mariota really looked bad versus the Bills, throwing for 129 yards and an interception in Buffalo. It is hard to truly tell if this is more of the offense’s conservative approach or Mariota not being healthy. That being said, it is hard to start Mariota outside of 2QB leagues right now against a Baltimore defense that is allowing the third fewest fantasy points per game tot opposing QBs. QB2.

Dion Lewis - Lewis rushed for 34 yards on 12 carries versus the Bills. The timeshare in Tennessee coupled with the offense’s inefficiencies are killing both backs. The Ravens have only allowed one touchdown to opposing running backs this year and it was on the ground. That does not bode well for Lewis. RB4.

Derrick Henry - Henry rushed for 56 yards on 11 carries versus the Bills. Henry ran hard, but the team could not sustain drives or give him enough touches to make a difference. This seems like it will continue unless either he or Lewis gets hurt. The Ravens have allowed the third fewest fantasy points per game to opposing RBs this season. RB3.

Corey Davis - Davis caught four passes for 49 yards versus the Bills. While the offense has been stagnant in Tennessee, Davis continues to be somewhat impressive even without the numbers. The Ravens has one of the best secondaries in the league, but Davis is still a high-end WR3.

Taywan Taylor and Tajae Sharpe - Neither are playable this week, but keep them stashed in deeper formats for better matchups down the road.

Prediction: Ravens win 22-10.

Jacksonville Jaguars vs. Dallas Cowboys

Venue: AT&T Stadium(Arlington)Sun. 10-14 @ 4:25 pm EDTOver/Under: 40.5


Jacksonville Jaguars at Dallas Cowboys (+3), Sunday, 4:25 pm EST.

Last Meeting (11/9/14): The Cowboys won 31-17. Tony Romo threw for 246 yards and three touchdowns. DeMarco Murray rushed for 100 yards. Dez Bryant caught six passes for 158 yards and two touchdowns. Blake Bortles threw for 290 yards and an interception. Denard Robinson rushed for 60 yards and two touchdowns. Cecil Short caught five passes for 119 yards.

Jacksonville Jaguars

Blake Bortles - Bortles threw for 430 yards, one touchdown, and an interception versus Kansas City. He did run in a touchdown, but also lost a fumble. Ahhhhh… that is the Blake Bortles we all know and love. With the Jags falling behind early, Bortles struggled to stretch the field, making a lot of mistakes along the way. The Cowboys have been middle of the road versus opposing QBs, but they have the fewest interceptions this year (1). With Fournette out again, expect Bortles to throw a fair amount. QB2.

Leonard Fournette - Out

T.J. Yeldon - Yeldon rushed for 53 yards on 10 carries and caught eight passes for 69 yards and a touchdown. The Jags fell behind early, but Yeldon was still heavily involved. That should continue this week even though no one expects the Cowboys to score much. RB2.

Jamaal Charles - Signed with the Jags this week. Will not have much of a role this week, if he plays at all.

Keelan Cole - Cole rebounded last week with seven catches for 70 yards versus the Chiefs. With the Jags down, Bortles threw 61 times and 10 of them went Cole’s way. The Jags shouldn’t have to throw that much, but it was good to see him back in the mix after a couple of bad weeks. WR3.

Donte Moncrief - Moncrief caught six passes for 76 yards versus the Chiefs. Moncrief had an astounding 14 targets in the game and while he was somewhat productive, he is just not very good and will likely see a fair amount of Byron Jones , who has been the best corner in the league this year according to Pro Football Focus. WR3.

D.J. Chark - Stash

Dede Westbrook - Westbrook caught three passes for 55 yards versus Kansas City. After being a target hog the last few weeks, Westbrook received half the targets of Cole and almost a third of Moncrief. Bortles should find him more this week even in a tough matchup with Jourdan Lewis as the Jaguars don’t figure to be down by a lot of points. WR3.

Dallas Cowboys

Dak Prescott - Prescott has no one to throw to and even if he had Michael Irvin, he would still rather throw to the outlet. He has yet to have a 20 point fantasy game and that won’t change versus Jacksonville. QB3.

Ezekiel Elliott - Elliott rushed for 54 yards on 20 carries and caught seven passes for 30 yards versus the Texans. The Texans attempted to force Prescott to beat them and they slowed down Elliott about as well as you can. Elliott now gets the Jags who will likely try the same thing, but with a better secondary. Elliot is still an RB1, but with the stagnation of the passing game, he is a lower end one.

Michael Gallup , Allen Hurns , Cole Beasley , Deonte Thompson - Not a single Dallas receiver had more than four targets or two catches. Can’t trust any of them.

Prediction: Jaguars win 29-17.

Kansas City Chiefs vs. New England Patriots

Venue: Gillette Stadium(Foxborough)Sun. 10-14 @ 8:20 pm EDTOver/Under: 59.5


Kansas City Chiefs at New England Patriots (-3.5), Sunday, 8:20 pm EST.

Last Meeting (1/16/16; AFC Championship Game): The Patriots won 27-20. Alex Smith threw for 246 yards and a touchdown. Charcandrick West rushed for 61 yards and a touchdown. Albert Wilson caught five passes for 57 yards and a touchdown. Tom Brady threw for 302 yards and two touchdowns. Stephen Jackson rushed for 16 yards. Julian Edelman caught 10 passes for 100 yards.

Kansas City

Patrick Mahomes : Mahomes threw for 313 yards and two interceptions versus the Jaguars, but did score a rushing touchdown. Mahomes was helped out by the defense and Blake Bortles who struggled, but should rebound this week versus a Patriots defense that is not nearly in the same stratosphere as the Jags. QB1.

Kareem Hunt : Hunt rushed for 87 yards and a touchdown on 22 carries versus the Jags. The Chiefs got out to an early lead versus the Jaguars and then ran it down their throats. That won’t likely happen this week at New England, but Hunt should be very involved in the shootout we all think is coming. RB1.

Tyreek Hill : Hill caught four passes for 61 yards versus the Jags. The Jaguars corners talked a tough game and didn’t get burned by Hill, but that was largely because the Chief didn’t have to throw to beat them. Hill should be much more active in the game this week in a high scoring affair. WR1.

Sammy Watkins : Watkins caught six passes for 78 yards versus the Jags. Watkins has come on as of late and put together a nice line versus a tough defense. He has another tough test versus Devin McCourty this week, but there should be a ton of opportunities in this one for a big play or two WR2.

Travis Kelce : Kelce caught five passes for 100 yards versus the Jags. Kelce goes from a team that was great in covering the tight end to one that really struggles versus them in the Patriots. New England has allowed the sixth most fantasy points per game to opposing tight end this season. TE1.

New England

Tom Brady - Brady threw for 341 yards, three touchdowns, and two interceptions versus the Colts. Brady made it look easy much of the game in spite of a couple of picks. He gets a great matchup this week with Kansas City who are allowing the fifth most fantasy points per game to opposing QBs. QB1.

Sony Michel - Michel rushed for 98 yards and a touchdown on 18 carries versus the Colts. Michel has completely taken over the role as lead back and while he cedes almost all of the passing work to James White , he should thrive against the Chiefs who are allowing the third most fantasy points per games to opposing RBs. RB2.

James White - White only received two carries, but caught 10 passes for 77 yards and a touchdown versus the Colts. White is such a huge force in the passing game and that shouldn’t change very the Chiefs who have allowed the most receiving yards to opposing running backs this season by a lot (69 yards.) White is a PPR RB1.

Julian Edelman - Edelman returned from suspension and caught seven passes for 57 yards versus the Colts. Only White had more targets than Edelman and he was third on the team in yards and second in catches. He should continue to feast this week versus a bad Kansas City secondary. WR2.

Chris Hogan - Hogan caught two passes for 34 yards. With so many mouths to feed, Hogan will have trouble finding the consistency he has lacked all season long in spite of being on the field for 91% of the offensive snaps. WR4.

Josh Gordon - Gordon caught two passes for 50 yards and a touchdown versus the Chiefs.  Gordon was only on the field for 26% of the offensive snaps, but still had an impact for the Patriots. As he learns the offense and gets more comfortable, his role should grow. WR3.

Rob Gronkowski - Grank caught six passes for 75 yards versus the Colts. He is always a huge threat and still the #1 TE.

Prediction: Patriots win 41-37.

San Francisco 49ers vs. Green Bay Packers

Venue: Lambeau Field(Green Bay)Mon. 10-15 @ 8:15 pm EDTOver/Under: 46.5


San Francisco 49ers at Green Bay Packers (-9.5), Monday, 8:15 pm EST.

Last Meeting (10/4/15): The Green Bay Packers won 17-3. Aaron Rodgers threw for 224 yards and a touchdown. Eddie Lacy rushed for 90 yards. James Jones caught five passes for 98 yards. Colin Kaepernick threw for 160 yards and an interception. Carlos Hyde rushed for 57 yards. Torrey Smith caught two passes for 54 yards.

San Francisco 49ers

C.J. Beathard - Beathard threw for 349 yards, two touchdowns, and two interceptions versus the Cardinals. He also fumbled twice. Beathard did throw for a lot of yards, but is often victimized by his shoddy offensive line and dropped passes by his receivers. He has had three picks in the last two games that should have been caught by his own guys. Without Marquise Goodwin on the field, he doesn't really have many reliable receiving threats and relies on short throws to bad receivers. He is a QB3. for now.

Alfred Morris - Morris should handle the full load with Matt Breida unlikely to play. While the Packers aren’t great defensively, he will likely face a lot of stacked boxes. The volume alone makes him an interesting flex play, just not as interesting as Breida would have been. RB3.

Matt Breida - Doubtful with an ankle injury.

Marquise Goodwin - Questionable for Monday night. Better to go another direction either way.

Trent Taylor , Kendrick Bourne , Pierre Garcon - None of these guys are special or can be trusted at this point. All are lottery tickets if Kittle and Goodwin are out.

George Kittle - Kittle caught five passes for 83 yards versus the Cardinals. Kittle is the top offensive weapon in this offense, but is dealing with an undisclosed injury. Keep a close eye on his status as the week goes on, but he is a TE1 if healthy.

Green Bay Packers

Aaron Rodgers - Rodgers threw for 442 yards and three touchdowns versus the Lions. Unfortunately, he was under constant pressure as his offensive line played atrociously causing him to lose two fumbles. He also struggled with not having Allison and Cobb as the young replacement receivers did not perform up to snuff. He gets a bad San Francisco secondary this week allowing the seventh most fantasy points per game to the opposing QBs. QB1.

Aaron Jones - Jones rushed for 40 yards on seven carries versus the Lions. Once again, Jones was the best back in the Green Bay backfield, but he was only on the field 27% of the time while Williams was on for 41% of the time. The Packers may feel Williams is the better blocker, but Jones needs more snaps to be productive. He has a great matchup this week against the Niners who are allowing the 10th most fantasy points per game, but he is risky because of the snap count right now. RB2/3.

Jamaal Williams - Williams rushed the ball six times for 33 yards versus the Lions. While he was on the field a bunch, he was used often as a blocker to give Rodgers more time. Williams isn’t a special talent, but he appears to be liked by the coaching staff enough to keep him on the field. RB3.   

Ty Montgomery - Surprising to see Montgomery only get three targets and one catch in a shootout, but the is the difficulty diagnosing the running back usage for this tea. RB4.

Davante Adams -  Adams caught nine passes for 140 yards and a touchdown versus the Lions. Adams is an absolute monster and continues to shred defenses left and right. No matter the situation, he is a WR1.

Randall Cobb - Was close to playing last week, should be good for this week. WR2.

Geronimo Allison - Still in concussion protocol. Hard to tell, but looks doubtful for Monday.

Jimmy Graham - Graham caught six passes for 76 yards versus Detroit, but had a big drop that would have likely been a touchdown. He gets an awful Niners defense allowing the eighth most fantasy points per game this season to opposing tight ends. TE1.

Prediction:  Green Bay wins 27-13.


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