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NFL Matchups - Week 9 Preview

Oakland Raiders vs. San Francisco 49ers

Venue: Levi's Stadium(Santa Clara)Thu. 11-1 @ 8:20 pm EDTOver/Under: 44.5

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Oakland Raiders at San Francisco 49ers (-3), Thursday, 8:20 pm EST.

Last meeting (12/7/14): The Raiders won 24-13. Colin Kaepernick threw for 174 yards, one touchdown, and two interceptions. Frank Gore rushed for 63 yards on 12 carries. Michael Crabtree caught nine passes for 56 yards. Derek Carr threw for 254 yards and three touchdowns. Latavius Murray rushed for 76 yards on 23 carries. Mychal Rivera caught seven passes for 109 yards.

Oakland Raiders

Derek Carr - Carr threw for 244 yards and three touchdowns versus the Colts. Carr also ran in a touchdown. Carr was pretty good versus the Colts on the way to a huge fantasy day. Losing Cooper may hurt down the line, but for now he looks like he will be fine. Without Lynch, more of the offense will have to throw through him which makes him an interesting QB2 this week and down the line.

Marshawn Lynch - On IR

Jalen Richard - Richard rushed for 14 yards on two carries and caught eight passes for 50 yards versus the Colts. Richard was a bigger part of the run game without Lynch, but became a huge factor in the passing game. That should be a continuing theme moving forward, especially in game the Raiders trail, but this week versus the Niners could be a lower scoring affair which would swing to Martin and a more conservative approach. RB3.

Doug Martin - Martin rushed for 72 yards on 13 carries versus the Colts. Martin looked pretty good in his first major action as a Raider. While he isn’t the player he once was, the Muscle Hamster still has a bit of wiggle to him. He should get 15-20 touches versus the Niners this week and is a lower-end RB2.

Jordy Nelson - Nelson caught one pass for 14 yards versus the Colts. With Cooper gone, I was expecting Nelson to have a huge day, but he only received four targets (the same amount as Brandon LaFell and Seth Roberts .) He should see a fair amount of Ahkello Witherspoon , which is a fantastic matchup for him, so I think he will bounce back. WR3.

Jared Cook - Cook caught four passes for 74 yards and a touchdown versus the Colts. Cook was great once again, though he also only received five targets. He should be a fairly reliable tight end down the stretch as a TE1.

San Francisco 49ers

C.J. Beathard - Beathard threw for 190 yards and a touchdown versus the Cardinals. Beathard really struggled versus the Cardinals and is apparently dealing with a wrist injury that may cost him a hot to play this week. QB3.

Nick Mullens - Mullens would be the starter if Beathard can’t play on Thursday. I went back and watched some preseason tape on Mullens and what I saw was interesting. He doesn’t have a particularly strong arm and he tends to throw to his first read. However, he is fairly accurate and is willing to stand up in the face of pressure. That being said, his lack of arm strength, his propensity to not set his feet when he throws, and an inability to progress through his reads at the NFL level, make him a very poor play this week even against a bad Raiders team.

Matt Breida - Breida ran for 42 yards on 16 carries versus the Cardinals. Breida gutted through an ankle injury to lead the Niners in carries. He is still dealing with the injury, but should be good to go for Thursday night’s game. He gets a Raiders defense allowing the fourth most fantasy points to opposing RBs. RB2.

Alfred Morris - Morris ran for 28 yards on six carries versus the Cardinals. There was talk that Breida might not play and that would have opened up the way for Morris to be the starter, but with only six carries, Morris is nothing more than the handcuff to Breida.

Raheem Mostert - Mostert ran for 18 yards on two carries versus the Cardinals. Just a low ceiling stash.

Marquise Goodwin - Goodwin caught one pass for 55 yards and a touchdown versus the Cardinals. Goodwin struggled in his matchup with Patrick Peterson , but was able to get loose one time. Goodwin has a nice matchup versus Gareon Conley . WR3.

Pierre Garcon - Did not play versus the Cardinals. Looks like he may be on track to play, but it is hard to decipher whether he will be a factor with Kendrick Bourne “breaking out” last week and the uncertainty at the QB position. WR5.

Kendrick Bourne - Bourne caught seven passes for 71 yards versus the Cardinals. Bourne benefited from Goodwin getting locked down in coverage. Bourne has a ton of physical talent, but drops a ton of passes and likely is the #3 wide receiver in the offense with Garcon returning. WR5.

George Kittle - Kittle caught five passes for 57 yards versus the Cardinals. Kittle didn’t have a big day, but he is a consistent focus of the passing game and should continue that trend moving forward. TE1.

Prediction: Raiders win 19-13.

Chicago Bears vs. Buffalo Bills

Venue: Ralph Wilson Stadium(Orchard Park)Sun. 11-4 @ 1:00 pm ESTOver/Under: 37.5

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Chicago Bears at Buffalo Bills (+9.5), Sunday, 1:00 pm EST.

Last Meeting (9/7/14): The Bills won 23-20. E.J. Manuel threw for 173 yards, one touchdown, and one interception. Fred Jackson rushed for 61 yards on seven carries. Robert Woods caught four passes for 78 yards. Jay Cutler threw for 349 yards, two touchdown and two interceptions. Matt Forte rushed for 82 yards on 17 carries. Brandon Marshall caught eight passes for 87 yards.

Chicago Bears

Mitchell Trubisky - Trubisky threw for 220 yards and two touchdowns versus the Jets. Trubisky opened the day with a screen to Cohen that was taken to the house for a 70-yard score. However, after that he did not accomplish much in terms of production. Trubisky still struggles with his accuracy and does not throw down the field unless forced to. He gets a Bills team that will not likely force him to throw as their own offensive struggles should keep the scoring at a minimum. QB2.

Jordan Howard - Howard rushed for 81 yards and a touchdown on 22 carries versus the Jets. Once the Bears got a lead, they just grinded the game out with Howard. The plan may be a similar one versus the Bills this week, but Buffalo was impressive against New England’s rushing attack on Monday night. Howard has been hit or miss this year, so he remains an RB2.

Tarik Cohen - Cohen rushed for 40 yards on five carries and caught a 70 yards touchdown versus the Jets. Cohen wasn’t very involved in the game after the big first play, but with the lead the Bears had, there wasn’t much reason to throw. He should be more involved this week RB2.

Allen Robinson - Did not play versus the Jets. Robinson is still dealing with a groin injury, but has a better chance to play this week. Keep an eye on his status, but if he plays, he is a WR3.

Anthony Miller - Miller caught three passes for 37 yards and a touchdown versus the Jets. It was nice to see Miller get more involved in the offense, but if Robinson is back than he is unlikely to get seven targets again. WR4.

Trey Burton - Burton caught three passes for 18 yards versus the Jets. Burton only received four targets in the game, but this was largely due to game script. Burton has been hit or miss this season, but he should get enough work week to week to be a TE1, especially through the byes.

Buffalo Bills

Josh Allen - Did not play versus the Patriots.

Derek Anderson - Out.

Nate Peterman- Will play because there are only so many people with functional arms in Buffalo. QB3.

LeSean McCoy - McCoy rushed for 13 yards on 12 carries, but caught six passes for 82 yards versus the Patriots. McCoy was highly involved in the offense in both the running and passing game, but with Peterman taking over, he takes a hit as well. He is still a flex play, but the Bears allow the seventh fewest points per game to opposing RBs. RB3.

Kelvin Benjamin - Benjamin caught two passes for 45 yards versus the Patriots. Benjamin was getting a bit more action with Derek Anderson , but now with Peterman back, he is useless. WR6.

Zay Jones - Jones caught six passes for 55 yards versus the Patriots. Jones has established himself as the true #1 receiver of this offense, but that isn’t saying much with Peterman behind center. WR4.

Charles Clay - Clay caught three passes for 36 yards versus the Patriots. Just an ordinary TE2.

Prediction: Bears win 24-9.

Kansas City Chiefs vs. Cleveland Browns

Venue: FirstEnergy Stadium(Cleveland)Sun. 11-4 @ 1:00 pm ESTOver/Under: 52

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Kansas City Chiefs at Cleveland Browns (+8.5), Sunday, 1:00pm EST

Last Meeting (12/27/15): The Chiefs won 17-13. Johnny Manziel threw for 136 yards and an interception. Isaiah Crowell rushed for 88 yards and a touchdown on 16 carries. Gary Barnidge caught three passes for 47 yards. Alex Smith threw for 125 yards, two touchdowns, and an interception. Charcandrick West rushed for 62 yards on 14 carries.

Kansas City

Patrick Mahomes - Mahomes threw for 303 yards, four touchdowns and an interception versus the Broncos. Mahomes continues to thrive in the Andy Reid offense and it seems like he cannot be stopped. Cleveland has a nice pass defense and an atrocious run defense, so the Chief could look to pound the ball more, but Mahomes has proven to be one of the best, if not the best, fantasy quarterback in the game. QB1.

Kareem Hunt - Hunt rushed for 50 yards on 16 carries and caught five passes for 36 yards and a touchdown versus the Broncos. Hunt didn’t have a standout game, but salvaged the day with a touchdown in third quarter. He gets a Browns defense allowing the fourth most fantasy points per game to opposing running backs. RB1.

Tyreek Hill - Hill caught three passes for 70 yards versus the Broncos. Hill left the game late after sustaining a groin injury, but it doesn’t appear to be something that will keep him out this week. However, he may be limited and has a matchup versus Denzel Ward , who has been fantastic and is on pace to become the Defensive Rookie of the Year. WR2.

Sammy Watkins - Watkins caught eight passes for 107 yards and two touchdowns versus the Broncos. Watkins exploded over the Broncos with huge day a week after disappointing fantasy owners. He has the best matchup against the strong Cleveland secondary this week versus T.J. Carrie , but is a boom or bust WR3.

Travis Kelce - Kelce caught six passes for 79 yards and a touchdown versus the Broncos. Kelce continues to be among the best in the NFL at the tight end position. The Browns have done a decent job against the tight end this season, but Kelce is always a TE1.  

Cleveland Browns

Baker Mayfield - Mayfield threw for 180 yards, two touchdowns, and an interception versus the Steelers. Mayfield struggled a bit versus a rested Steelers defense and a result of the loss both Hue Jackson and Todd Haley were fired this week. It is always hard to tell how a team will respond to such a move, but Mayfield has a juicy matchup this week against the Chiefs defense that has allowed the seventh most fantasy points per game to opposing QBs. QB2.

Nick Chubb - Chubb rushed for 65 yards on 18 carries versus the Steelers. Chubb has become the workhorse of the offense now that Carlos Hyde is out of town. He gets a Chiefs defense that is atrocious against the run and allows the third most points per game to opposing RBs. RB1.

Duke Johnson Jr. - Johnson caught two passes for 16 yards versus the Steelers. Just a handcuff at this point.

Jarvis Landry - Landry caught eight passes for 39 yards versus the Steelers. Landry had another huge week in terms of targets and catches, but this week, it didn’t amount to a ton of production. The offense itself should change a little and maybe they let Mayfield air it out a bit more. Landry has the volume to be a WR1 and a great matchup this week, so I am keeping him in the tier.

Antonio Callaway - Callaway caught five passes for 36 yards and a touchdown versus the Steelers. Callaway redeemed himself after being ignored the week before due to drops and poor play. However, he has a tough matchup this week with Steven Nelson and the Browns will likely try and run the ball to keep the Chiefs off the field until they fall behind. Callaway is a risky WR3.  

David Njoku - Did not record a catch versus the Steelers. This was surprising, but he was dealing with a knee injury earlier in the week and this could just be a result of that. Njoku has developed into a reliable target for Mayfield and there is no reason to think that won’t continue. TE1.

Prediction: Chief win 41-19.

Tampa Bay Buccaneers vs. Carolina Panthers

Venue: Bank of America Stadium(Charlotte)Sun. 11-4 @ 1:00 pm ESTOver/Under: 55

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Tampa Bay Buccaneers at Carolina Panthers (-6.5), Sunday, 1:00pm EST.

Last Meeting (12/24/17): The Panthers won 22-19. Jameis Winston threw for 367 yards and a touchdown. Peyton Barber rushed for 51 yards on 13 carries. Mike Evans caught six passes for 107 yards. Cam Newton threw for 160 yards and an interception and rushed for 52 yards and a touchdown on 13 carries. Brenton Bersin caught three passes for 45 yards.

Tampa Bay Buccaneers

Jameis Winston - Winston threw for 276 yards, one touchdown, and four interceptions versus the Bengals. Winston has been benched in favor of Fitzpatrick.

Ryan Fitzpatrick - Fitzpatrick threw for 194 yards and two touchdowns versus the Bengals. Fitzpatrick came in to relieve Winston and put up a nice line in limited time. He is being rewarded with a start at Carolina versus a tough defense that just shut down the Ravens and the Giants. Fitzpatrick has a ton of upside as shown in what he did to start the season, but there is downside as well as he can make very poor decisions. QB2.

Peyton Barber - Barber rushed for 85 yards and a touchdown on 19 carries versus the Bengals. Barber led the Bucs backfield once Ronald Jones left with a hamstring injury that will cost him a few weeks at best. However, Barber gets the Panthers front seven that have played much better as of late. RB3.

Ronald Jones - Out.

Mike Evans - Evans caught six passes for 179 yards and a touchdown versus the Bengals. Evans continues to have great season and was at his best with Fitzpatrick under center. He will square off against Ray Bradberry this week, who is the weaker of the Panthers outside corners. WR1.

DeSean Jackson - Jackson caught three passes for 68 yards and a touchdown versus the Bengals. Jackson has been boom or bust this season and was expected to get traded, but the Bucs didn’t move him at the trade deadline. He has a tough matchup this week with Donte Jackson , so don’t expect a huge week. WR3.

Chris Godwin - Godwin caught two passes for 32 yards versus the Bengals. Godwin continues to be hit or miss in the Bucs offense. This one will likely not be great versus a Panthers defense that is good at limiting the home run ball. WR4.

OJ Howard- Howard caught four passes for 68 yards and a touchdown versus the Bengals. Howard has been one of the more consistent parts of the offense this year and has a great mix of size and speed that offer a nice combo of safety and upside. The Panthers have allowed the third most fantasy points per game to opposing tight ends, so fire him up once again. TE1.

Carolina Panthers

Cam Newton - Newton threw for 219 yards and two touchdowns and rushed 10 times for 52 yards and a touchdown versus the Ravens. Newton has thrived in the Norv Turner offense and should continue to do so versus the Buccaneers who allow the most points per game to opposing QBs. QB1.

Christian McCaffrey - McCaffrey rushed for 45 yards and a touchdown on 14 carries and caught four passes for 11 yards and touchdown versus the Ravens.  The Bucs are much better against the run than they are against the pass. However, McCaffrey’s ability to catch the ball and lack of competition for carries keeps him as an RB1 this week versus Tampa.

Devin Funchess - Funchess caught three passes for 27 yards versus the Ravens. Newton spread the ball around the offense, but it is a bit concerning that Funchess only saw three targets. He gets a poor Tampa secondary, but is still just a WR3.

D.J. Moore - Moore caught five passes for 90 yards versus the Ravens. With Torrey Smith out, Moore had a nice day, showing off the athletics that had people (like me) salivating in preseason. He should continue to become a bigger part of the offense week to week. Against Tampa and Brent Grimes , he has a ton of upside, but also a low floor considering his usage prior to last week. WR4.

Greg Olsen - Olsen caught four passes for 56 yards and a touchdown versus the Ravens. Olsen had his best game of the season so far versus Baltimore and now gets the Bucs who have allowed the most fantasy points per game to opposing tight ends, so fire him up this week. TE1.

Prediction: Panthers win 34-20.

New York Jets vs. Miami Dolphins

Venue: Sun Life Stadium(Miami Gardens)Sun. 11-4 @ 1:00 pm ESTOver/Under: 41.5

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New York Jets at Miami Dolphins (-3), Sunday, 1:00 pm EST.

Last Meeting (9/16/18, Week 2): The Dolphins won 20-12. Ryan Tannehill threw for 168 yards and two touchdowns. Kenyan Drake rushed for 53 yards and a touchdown on 11 carries. Albert Wilson caught three passes for 37 yards and a touchdown. Sam Darnold threw for 334 yards, one touchdown and two interceptions. Isaiah Crowell rushed for 35 yards on 12 carries. Quincy Enunwa caught seven passes for 92 yards.

New York Jets

Sam Darnold - Darnold threw for 153 yards and a touchdown versus the Bears. Darnold struggled versus the Bears defense without the help of his top two receivers. He gets a Dolphins defense that was torched by the Texans passing game. However, Darnold isn’t Deshaun Watson and the Jets are not the Texans. QB3.

Isaiah Crowell - Crowell rushed for 25 yards on 13 carries versus the Bears. Crowell struggled to find running room versus the stout Bears defense. However, without Bilal Powell has been the go to back in the offense. The Dolphins have been atrocious versus the run this season, so Crowell is an RB1 this week.

Trenton Cannon - Cannon rushed for 10 yards on six carries and caught three passes for 12 yards versus the Bears. Cannon is an interesting guy, but is only the change of pace and receiving back in the offense right. RB4.

Robby Anderson - Anderson did not play versus the Bears. Anderson is dealing with an ankle injury, bit even if he does play this week, he is nothing more than a risky WR4 this week against the Dolphins best corner in Xavien Howard .

Jermaine Kearse - Kearse caught three passes for 30 yards versus the Bears. Kearse could not get much going versus the Bears defense in spite of being virtually the only wide receiver active. Kearse has a big body and decent hands, but unless the Jets are near the red zone, he isn’t a big threat. WR4.

Quincy Enunwa - Did not play versus the Bears. Likely out.

Chris Herndon - Herndon has become an interesting guy with the injuries to the receivers. He doesn’t have a huge upside, but can offer 3-4 catches a game with the occasional touchdown. He is a TE2 this week.

Miami Dolphins

Ryan Tannehill - Did not play versus the Texans. Tannehill is starting to throw, but is unlikely to play this week.

Brock Osweiler - Threw for 241 yards and an interception versus the Texans. In a game with 65 total points, Osweiler scored 7.6 fantasy points. Osweiler is still not a good quarterback, especially against any pressure. QB3.

Kenyan Drake - Drake rushed for 58 yards and a touchdown on 12 carries and caught two passes for 37 yards and a touchdown versus the Texans. Drake split carries with Gore in a reversal from what we have seen in recent weeks and also did damage in the passing game. He could be in for a big day if the Dolphins actually feed him, but that is too hard to trust that they won’t revert back. RB3.

Frank Gore - Gore rushed for 53 yards on 12 carries versus the Texans. Gore was decent, but the Dolphins fell behind which forced them to turn to Drake and the passing game. Gore should get more work this week in a lower scoring affair versus the Jets. RB3.

DeVante Parker - Parker caught six passes for 134 yards versus the Texans. Parker broke out after missing most of the season with injuries and ineffectiveness. Parker was forced back into the lineup with so many injuries and took full advantage. He gets a tough matchup this week with Darryl Roberts . WR3.

Kenny Stills - Did not play versus the Texans. Stills is iffy to play this week, but would hurt Parker if he does play and likely would have a tough matchup and a bad quarterback throwing him the ball. WR3.

Danny Amendola - Amendola caught five passes for 43 yards versus the Texans. Amendola was second on the team in targets, but that did not translate to much. He has a great matchup this week versus Buster Skrine who has been atrocious out of the slot this season in coverage. WR3.

Prediction: Jet win 23-13.

Atlanta Falcons vs. Washington Redskins

Venue: FedEx Field(Landover)Sun. 11-4 @ 1:00 pm ESTOver/Under: 47.5

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Atlanta Falcons at Washington Redskins (-1.5), Sunday, 1:00pm EST.

Last Meeting (10/11/15): The Falcons won 25-19. Kirk Cousins threw for 219 yards, one touchdown, and two interceptions. Matt Jones rushed for 20 yards and a touchdown on 11 carries. Jamison Crowder caught eight passes for 87 yards. Matt Ryan threw for 254 yards and two interceptions. Devonta Freeman rushed for 153 yards and a touchdown on 27 carries. Jacob Tamme caught eight passes for 94 yards.

Atlanta Falcons

Matt Ryan - Ryan is coming off of a Bye week which should have allowed the Falcons to get a bit healthier. However, he is up against one of the better defenses in the league and the Redskins have just added safety Ha Ha Clinton-Dix . The Falcons will likely need to air it out with how strong the Washington run game is though, making Ryan a QB1 this week.

Devonta Freeman - On IR.

Tevin Coleman - Coleman has a tough task against the Washington front seven that is allowing the sixth fewest fantasy points per game and with splitting carries with Ito Smith . Coleman should still get the lion share of the work, but is an RB3 this week.

Julio Jones - Jones has yet to score a touchdown this season, but has otherwise flourished in the Falcons offense, scoring double digit fantasy points in each of their first seven games. He has a tough matchup with Josh Norman , who has played much better as of this season, but is a WR1 no matter the matchup.

Mohamed Sanu - Sanu had been on a roll before getting derailed versus the Giants prior to the bye. With Ridley’s emergence in the offense, there is less to go around and Sanu has been hurt by that. He has a decent matchup out of the slot, but will likely struggle to get any big plays versus the Washington secondary with Clinton-Dix and Swearinger over the top. WR4.

Calvin Ridley - Ridley hasn’t exploded in recent weeks after his big Week 3 and 4 games. He should have a good game against Greg Stroman, but will likely struggle to get any big plays versus the Washington secondary with Clinton-Dix and Swearinger over the top.

Austin Hooper - Right when it looked like Hooper was starting to become a part of the offense, he reverted versus the Giants prior to the bye. His production will be hard to predict, but there is a nice upside. TE2.

Washington Redskins

Alex Smith - Smith threw for 178 yards and a touchdown versus the Giants. Smith continues to lead a conservative offense that is more concerned with not losing the game than winning it. While Atlanta has allowed the second most fantasy points per game to opposing QBs, there is no upside in Smith. QB3.

Adrian Peterson - Peterson rushed for 149 yards and a touchdown versus the Giants. Peterson had a huge day versus New York which was aided by Chris Thompson leaving after reinjuring his ribs. Peterson gets another great matchup this week versus an Atlanta defense allowing the second most fantasy points per game to opposing running backs. RB1.

Chris Thompson - Thompson rushed for 13 yards on three carries and caught two passes for nine yards versus the Giants. Thompson looks unlikely to play this week, but would be a risky play if active after leaving midway through last week’s game.

Jamison Crowder - Did not play versus the Giants. Unlikely to play this week.

Josh Doctson - Doctson caught five passes for 49 yards versus the Giants. Docston is emerging as the top receiver in this offense, but until Smith shows he can air it out, or wants to, Doctson is no more than a WR4.

Paul Richardson - Richardson caught two passes for 34 yards versus the Giants. See above with less upside.

Jordan Reed - Reed caught seven passes for 38 yards versus the Giants. In spite of 12 targets, Reed still can’t thrive in this offense. TE2.

Prediction: Washington wins 24-20.

Pittsburgh Steelers vs. Baltimore Ravens

Venue: M&T Bank Stadium(Baltimore)Sun. 11-4 @ 1:00 pm ESTOver/Under: 47

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Pittsburgh Steelers at Baltimore Ravens (-3), Sunday, 1:00pm EST

Last meeting (9/30/18, Week 4): The Ravens won 26-14. Joe Flacco threw for 363 yards and two touchdowns. Alex Collins rushed for 42 yards on 11 carries. John Brown caught three passes for 116 yards and a touchdown. Ben Roethlisberger threw for 274 yards, one touchdown, and an interception. James Connor rushed for 19 yards on nine carries. Antonio Brown caught five passes for 62 yards and a touchdown.

Pittsburgh Steelers

Ben Roethlisberger - Roethlisberger threw for 257 yards, two touchdowns, and an interception versus the Browns. Roethlisberger deferred to the run game and James Connor versus Cleveland, but will likely be unable to do so versus the league’s best run defense in Baltimore. Big Ben is dealing with a finger injury, but it is on his non-throwing hand and shouldn’t be much of an issue. Still, the difficulty of the Ravens defense shouldn’t be underrated even if they did just get torched by the Panthers. Big Ben is a QB1, but on the lower end of that tier.

Le'Veon Bell - LOL

James Connor- Connor rushed for 146 yards and two touchdowns versus the Browns. Connor was fantastic versus Cleveland, but the Browns are among the worst run defenses in the league. The Ravens allow to fewest points to opposing RBs and the last time these two teams faced off, Connor gained only 19 yards on the ground. With Bell likely back before Week 10, now is the last time you can sell Connor. RB3.

Antonio Brown - Brown caught six passes for 74 yards and two touchdowns versus the Browns. Brown continues to put together very good weeks. He has scored at least 20 points in each of his last three games and should have problem getting back there even against a very good Baltimore secondary. WR1.

JuJu Smith-Schuster - Smith-Schuster caught four passes for 33 yards versus the Browns. Juju struggled last week as the Steelers focused on the run game. This should normalize a bit this week with the Ravens likely stuffing the run. WR2.

James Washington - Did not play versus the Browns. Just a stash at this point.

Baltimore Ravens

Joe Flacco - Flacco threw for 192 yards, one touchdown, and two interceptions versus the Panthers. Flacco really struggled versus the Panthers defense. However, he gets a great matchup this week versus a secondary he torched in Week 4. The Steelers have allowed the fifth most fantasy points per game to opposing QBs this season. QB1.  

Alex Collins - Collins rushed for 49 yards and a touchdown on 11 carries versus the Panthers. Collins has emerged as the lead back for the Ravens. However, he gets a Steelers defense allowing the third fewest points per game to opposing running backs this season. RB3.

Javorius Allen - Allen caught three passes for 18 yards and a touchdown versus the Panthers. If not for a TD on the first drive, you wouldn’t have known that Allen was on the Ravens anymore. If Montgomery takes any of his work after this trade, he might as well not be. RB5.

Ty Montgomery - Baltimore traded a seventh round pick for Montgomery. I don’t know that his value changes any.

Michael Crabtree - Crabtree caught three passes for 31 yards versus the Panthers. Crabtree struggled along with Flacco and the rest of the Ravens offense versus the Panthers. Crabtrees has put up a lackluster season thus far, but it has come with a decent floor. While he only has one game with 20+ fantasy points, he has only had two games with less than 10. He gets a matchup with Joe Haden this week, so expect another low ceiling game. WR3.

John Brown - Brown three passes for 31 yards versus the Panthers. Brown wasn’t able to get beyond the coverage versus the Panthers, but in Week 4 versus the Steelers he was able to. If he is being covered by Coty Sensabaugh again, he should have the opportunity for another big game. Some risk here, but worth the gamble. WR2.

Willie Snead - Snead caught five passes for 54 yards versus the Panthers. Snead was the most productive of the Ravens receivers against Carolina, but will be up against a tough test in slot corner Mike Hilton who has been very good this season in coverage. He is third fiddle to the other receivers still, so don’t expect much. WR4.

Hayden Hurst - Hurst caught two passes for 29 yards and a touchdown versus the Panthers. Hurst scored a touchdown, but was otherwise unproductive in the offense again. TE2.

Prediction: Ravens win 19-18.

Detroit Lions vs. Minnesota Vikings

Venue: U.S. Bank Stadium(Minneapolis)Sun. 11-4 @ 1:00 pm ESTOver/Under: 49.5

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Detroit Lions at Minnesota Vikings (-4.5), Sunday, 1:00pm EST

Last Meeting (11/23/17): The Vikings won 30-23. Case Keenum threw for 282 yards and two touchdowns. Latavius Murray rushed for 84 yards and a touchdown on 29 carries. Adam Thielen caught eight passes for 89 yards. Matthew Stafford threw for 250 yards, two touchdowns, and an interception. Theo Riddick rushed for 20 yards on five carries. Marvin Jones caught six passes for 109 yards and two touchdowns.

Detroit Lions

Matthew Stafford - Stafford threw for 310 yards, two touchdowns and an interception versus the Seahawks. Stafford struggled versus the stout Seattle defense, but still was able to put up a decent line in spite of it. The Lions traded away his safety blanket in Golden Tate which will hurt, but he still has plenty of playmakers in the offense. He gets a Vikings defense that has been better as of late. He is a high-end QB2 this week.

Kerryon Johnson - Johnson rushed for 22 yards on eight carries versus the Seahawks. Johnson struggled to find any running room versus the Seahawks and may again this week again against Minnesota. That being said, he has finally passes Blount as the lead back and he has a ton of talent. RB2.

LeGarrette Blount - Blount rushed for three yards on three carries versus the Seahawks. Now the backup.

Marvin Jones - Jones caught seven passes for 117 yards and two touchdowns versus the Seahawks. Jones had his best effort of the season and was the most targeted player on the Lions versus Seattle. He has a tough matchup this week however versus Xavier Rhodes and the Vikings, but with Tate goen, he should get plenty of looks. WR2.

Kenny Golladay - Golladay caught one pass for 12 yards versus the Seahawks. Golladay was completely shut down against Seattle. However, with Tate gone, he should get a big boost in targets week to week. Golladay has a tough matchup as well versus Trae Waynes , but should be a WR2 due to volume.

Minnesota Vikings

Kirk Cousins - Cousins threw for 359 yards, two touchdowns, and an interception versus the Saints. Cousins continues thrive in the offense and while his numbers last week don’t jump off the page, he has been one of the most consistent quarterbacks in the league this season. Cousins should have no problem against the Lions defense this week. QB1.

Dalvin Cook - Cook did not play versus the Saints. Seems unlikely to play this week as well and even if he does play, he would be risky.

Latavious Murray- Murray rushed for 56 yards and a touchdown on 13 carries versus the Saints. If Cook is out, Murray should have a nice day versus the Lions defense that is allowing the sixth most fantasy point per game to opposing RBs. RB2.

Stefon Diggs - Diggs caught 10 passes for 119 yards and a touchdown versus the Saints. Diggs torched the Saints defense and led the team with 11 targets. That is unlikely to be repeated this week, however, as he faces one of the best corners in the league in Darius Slay . WR2.

Adam Thielen - Thielen caught seven passes for 103 yards and a touchdown versus the Saints. Thielen continues to be a monster in this Vikings offense and there is no reason to think that will change any time soon. WR1.

Kyle Rudolph - Rudolph caught four passes for 39 yards versus the Saints. Rudolph has turned into a forgotten man in this offense and with Cousins under center. However, the Lions allow the ninth most fantasy points per game to the tight end and with Slay slowing down Diggs, Rudolph could be in for more of a workload. TE1.

Prediction: Vikings win 30-20.

Los Angeles Chargers vs. Seattle Seahawks

Venue: CenturyLink Field(Seattle)Sun. 11-4 @ 4:05 pm ESTOver/Under: 48

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Los Angeles Chargers at Seattle Seahawks (-1.5), Sunday, 4:05 pm EST.

Last meeting (9/14/14): The Chargers won 30-21. Russell Wilson threw for 202 yards and two touchdowns. Percy Harvin rushed for 45 yards and a touchdown on two carries. Jermaine Kearse caught four passes for 61 yards. Philip Rivers threw for 284 yards and three touchdowns. Danny Woodhead rushed for 32 yards on eight carries. Antonio Gates caught seven passes for 96 yards and three touchdowns.

Los Angeles Chargers

Philip Rivers - Rivers continues to be a very good quarterback in fantasy and has been aided by a great run game and very good wide receivers. He gets a tough defense in the Seahawks, but has had two weeks to prepare for it. The Seahawks have allowed the fewest points per game to opposing quarterbacks, so this may be a good week to fade him. QB2.

Melvin Gordon - Gordon did not play the week before the bye, but appears to be on track to play. The best way to attack this Seattle defense is in the running game, so expect Him to back with a full workload and then some. RB1.

Austin Ekeler - Ekeler returns to the back up role this week unless Gordon can’t go. Just a handcuff right now.

Keenan Allen - Allen has been a steady producer this year, but hasn’t had a really big game since Week 1 versus Kansas City. He has leaked targets and big plays to the Williams “Brothers,” but is still the top target of the receivers. He will matchup mostly with Justin Coleman, which isn’t a bad matchup. WR2.

Tyrell Williams - Tyrell has surpassed Mike as the top Williams on the team and has even out produced Allen in recent weeks. He gets a nice matchup with Shaq GRiffin this week, so he is a WR3.

Mike Williams - Williams has gone from a breakout candidate to a bust within a few weeks. He is still good for a big play now and again, but it is really hard to trust at this point. WR4.

Seattle Seahawks

Russell Wilson - Wilson threw for 248 yards and three touchdowns versus the Lions. Wilson played fantastically versus the Lions coming off of the bye last week. He is on fire with three straight nice weeks. He gets a Chargers team coming off of a bye, but should get enough looks coming off of a rejuvenated running game in Seattle. QB1.

Chris Carson - Carson rushed for 105 yards and a touchdown on 25 carries versus the Lions. Carson has been great as of late, but faces a tough test of the Chargers who have allowed less than 600 rushing yards to backs this season. Carson has the full workload in Seattle, so he is still an RB2.

- Davis rushed for 33 yards on 10 carries versus the Lions. Just a handcuff for now.

Rashaad Penny - Did not have a touch versus the Lions. Ignore for now.

Doug Baldwin - Baldwin caught two passes for 26 yards versus the Lions. Baldwin has not been very good this year. He has been held back by injury and a lack of targets. Right now he has upside, but it is hard to start him unless you are hurt by injuries or bye weeks. WR4.

Tyler Lockett - Lockett caught two passes for 34 yards and a touchdown versus the Lions. Lockett only received two targets versus the Lions. This one is a bit baffling as Lockett appeared to be working his way into the top receiver role. With the emergence of Moore and the return of Dickson, Wilson was able to spread the ball around a bit more. He has a good matchup with Trevor Moore , but Lockett is a boom or bust play right now. WR3.

David Moore - Moore caught four passes for 97 yards and a touchdown versus the Lions. Moore has now scored four touchdowns in the last three games, which makes him an interesting pick up in most leagues. However, right now it is hard to tell if this is a fluke or fact. WR4.

Ed Dickson - Dickson caught two passes for 54 yards and a touchdown versus the Lions. Dickson is finally on the field after being sidelined all season with injury. He is a big body with some ball skills that could turn into a nice red zone target for Wilson. Right now he is a TE2, but he is on the rise.

Prediction: Chargers win 27-23.

Houston Texans vs. Denver Broncos

Venue: Sports Authority Field at Mile High(Denver)Sun. 11-4 @ 4:05 pm ESTOver/Under: 46

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Houston Texans at Denver Broncos (-1), Sunday, 4:05 pm EST.

Last Meeting (10/24/16): The Broncos won 27-9. Brock Osweiler threw for 131 yards. Alfred Blue rushed for 63 yards on 11 carries. DeAndre Hopkins caught five passes for 36 yards. Trevor Siemian threw for 157 yards and a touchdown. C.J. Anderson rushed for 107 yards and a touchdown on 16 carries. Emmanuel Sanders caught four passes for 86 yards.

Houston Texans

Deshaun Watson - Watson threw for 239 yards and five touchdowns versus the Dolphins. Watson didn’t need to throw a ton to have a monster fantasy day versus Miami, but looked over the chest injury that plagued him the week before. The loss of Will Fuller to a torn ACL will be a big hit, but hopefully the trade for Thomas and the return of Coutee will soften the blow a bit. Watson showed a ton of upside versus Miami, but the pass rush of Denver and their softer run defense should force the Texans to run it a bit more. QB2.

Lamar Miller - Miller rushed for 133 yards and a touchdown on 18 carries versus the Dolphins. Miller could have had a bigger day if not for not being in much on passing downs. That being said, the Texans will want to protect Watson from the Denver pass rush and the Broncos struggle against the run, allowing the 10th most fantasy points per game to opposing RBs. RB1.

D’Onta Foreman- Out

DeAndre Hopkins - Hopkins caught six passes for 82 yards and two touchdowns versus the Dolphins. Hopkins was fantastic once again, making circus catches and tearing apart the Miami secondary in a huge day. Hopkins is a top tier play no matter the matchup and this week in Denver is no different. WR1.

Demaryius Thomas - Thomas caught three passes for 30 yards versus the Chiefs. Thomas was traded this week to the Texans and while he may play, he doesn’t know the offense or have any chemistry yet. Thomas has been very inconsistent this season, though some of that can be blamed on Keenum and the Broncos offense. He is a good acquisition for the team after losing Fuler, but he won’t replace his production and can’t yet be counted on until after the bye. WR4.

Keke Coutee - Did not play versus the Dolphins. The acquisition of D.T. is not great for Coutee, who was primed for a lot of new targets after the Fuller injury. However, those expecting Coutee’s value to stay stagnant are likely fooling themselves to what Thomas is. Coutee should see an uptick in targets and could easily become the #2 option in the passing game. WR3.

Denver Broncos

Case Keenum - Keenum threw for 262 yards, two touchdowns, and an interception versus the Chiefs. Playing against one of the league’s worst pass defenses wasn’t enough for Keenum to have a great fantasy day. Keenum will need to make some plays as the Texans are great against the run and the Broncos likely won’t find a ton of running room. However, Keenum has been too awful to trust outside of a bye week fillin in a 2QB league. QB3.

Philip Lindsey- Lindsey rushed for 95 yards and a touchdown on 18 carries versus the Chiefs. Lindsey got all the work with Freeman out and looked good running against Kansas City. However, the Broncos still feed the backup running back, this time Devontae Booker , instead of giving Lindsey full reign. The Texans have been very stout up front recently, so don’t expect a big day. RB2.

Royce Freeman - Did not play versus the Chiefs.

Emmanuel Sanders - Sanders caught four passes for 57 yards versus the Chiefs. With Thomas traded, there is no question who is the #1 wide receiver in the Broncos offense, not that there was much question previous. However, Sanders doesn’t have a ton to gain from D.T.’s departure. That being said, he should garner a lot of targets and is a WR2.

Courtland Sutton - Sutton caught three passes for 78 yards versus the Chiefs. Sutton gained the most of any player at the trade deadline (outside of Nick Chubb .) Sutton should step right into Thomas’ role as the #2 in Denver and is everything Thomas was in his prime. He is fast, big, athletic, and has good hands and ball skills. With a competent quarterback, he could be a top 20 receiver rest of the way. With Keenum he is a WR3.

Prediction: Texans win 24-17.

Los Angeles Rams vs. New Orleans Saints

Venue: Mercedes-Benz Superdome(New Orleans)Sun. 11-4 @ 4:25 pm ESTOver/Under: 57.5

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Los Angeles Rams at New Orleans Saints (-1.5), Sunday, 4:25 pm EST.

Last meeting (11/26/17): The Rams won 26-20. Drew Brees threw for 246 yards and a touchdown. Alvin Kamara rushed for 87 yards and a touchdown on five carries and caught six passes for 101 yards and another score. Jared Goff threw for 354 yards, two touchdowns, and an interception. Todd Gurley rushed for 74 yards. Cooper Kupp caught eight passes for 116 yards.

Los Angeles Rams

Jared Goff - Goff threw for 295 yards and three touchdowns versus the Packers. Goff was great against the Packers, completing passes to six different receivers and not turning the ball over once. It was a nice rebound effort for Goff who hadn’t top 20 points since Week 4. He now gets a Saints defense allowing the third most fantasy points per game to opposing QBs. QB1.

Todd Gurley - Gurley rushed for 114 yards on 25 carries and caught six passes for 81 yards and a touchdown versus the Packers. Gurley was fantastic in the victory over Green Bay. A lot of fantasy owners and bettors were upset with not scoring a second touchdown late, but he put up a great day nonetheless. Gurley gets a Saints defense that has allowed the fourth fewest fantasy points per game to opposing running backs, but he is the best player in the league and always an RB1.

Brandin Cooks - Cooks caught three passes for 74 yards versus the Packers. Cooks continues to be a reliable fantasy option for Goff and the Rams. He only has one game this year with less than 10 fantasy points and is often the first look on passing downs. He has a tough matchup versus Marcus Lattimore, but is a WR2.

Robert Woods - Woods caught five passes for 70 yards versus the Packers. Woods continues to be the #1 receiver in LA. Since Week 2, he has scored at least 12 fantasy points in each game and has four games with at least 19 points. He has the better matchup of the outside receivers with Eli Apple who is still acclimating to New Orleans. WR1.

Cooper Kupp - Kupp did not play versus the Packers. Kupp should return this week and he gets a great matchup in P.J. Williams who, in spite of somehow winning Defensive Player of the Week, was torched quite a bit last week. WR3.

Josh Reynolds - Reynold caught three passes for 42 yards and two touchdowns versus the Packers. With Kupp returning, Reynolds heads back to the bench, but he is a player to stash in deeper formats.

New Orleans Saints

Drew Brees - Brees threw for 120 yards, one touchdown, and an interception versus the Vikings. Brees did not have to throw it a ton or very far because of great field position much of the game. He was extremely efficient when he did throw it though. This week, he has a tough test in Los Angeles, who have allowed the third fewest fantasy points per game to opposing QBs. However, the Rams have a prolific offense, so Brees may need to throw a ton more to keep up. QB1.  

Mark Ingram - Ingram rushed for 63 yards on 13 carries versus the Vikings. Ingram spilt the workload on the ground with Kamara and looked good in the process. He is definitely second fiddle to Kamara, but he should get plenty of work as the Saints move to a more run heavy approach. RB2.

Alvin Kamara - Kamara rushed for 45 yards and a touchdown on 13 carries and caught seven passes for 31 yards and a touchdown versus the Vikings. Kamara continues to be a stud in all aspects of the game. Even when he struggles in the running game, he can do some much in the passing game, he is a guaranteed star. RB1.

Michael Thomas - Thomas caught five passes for 81 yards versus the Vikings. In spite of the Saints not needing to throw a ton, Thomas still got enough targets to turn in a productive day. He has a great matchup versus Marcus Peters who has struggled tremendously this year. WR1.

Cameron Meredith - Did not record a catch versus the Vikings. This was surprising even with the fact the Saints didn’t throw much. He should be more involved , but until we see how much in this evolving offense, Meredith is a WR4.

Tre’Quan Smith- Smith caught three passes for 18 yards versus the Vikings. Since his big week versus the Redskins, Smith has not had any great plays. However, the Saints will likely stretch the field more this week, so Tre’Quan is a WR3.

Benjamin Watson - Did not record a catch versus the Vikings. Just a generic touchdown dependent TE2.

Prediction: Saints win 33-30.

Green Bay Packers vs. New England Patriots

Venue: Gillette Stadium(Foxborough)Sun. 11-4 @ 8:20 pm ESTOver/Under: 56.5

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Green Bay Packers at New England Patriots (-5.5), Sunday, 8:20 pm EST.

Last Meeting (11/30/14): The Packers won 26-21. Tom Brady threw for 245 yards and two touchdowns. LeGarrette Blount rushed for 58 yards on 10 carries. Rob Gronkowski caught seven passes for 98 yards. Aaron Rodgers threw for 368 yards and two touchdowns. Eddie Lacy rushed for 98 yards on 21 carries. Davante Adams caught six passes for 121 yards.

Green Bay Packers

Aaron Rodgers - Rodgers threw for 286 yards and a touchdown versus the Rams. Rodgers fantastic in the comeback attempt in the loss versus the Rams. If not for the recently jettisoned Ty Montgomery , the Packers may have pulled out a victory last week. He gets a Patriots defense allowing the eighth most fantasy points per game to opposing QBs. QB1.

Aaron Jones - Jones rushed for 86 yards and a touchdown on 12 carries versus the Rams. Jones is now established himself as the #1 back in Green Bay. Unfortunately, that hasn’t stopped Mike McCarthy from fudging things up by giving away goal line work to Williams. That being said, Jones is an RB1 due to his volume and game breaking ability.

Jamaal Williams - Williams rushed for nine yards and a touchdown on four versus the Rams. Just the handcuff that likes to vulture.

Davante Adams -  Adams caught five passes for 133 yards versus the Rams. Adams continues to be a stud and Rodgers favorite target. He gets a tough matchup this week versus Stephon Gilmore , but is always a WR1.

Randall Cobb - Cobb caught four passes for 40 yards versus the Rams. Cobb continues to get work out of the slot and the trading of Montgomery means he may see some of his limited workload in the passing game. Cobb has a nice matchup this week. WR3.

Geronimo Allison - Allison caught one pass for 14 yards versus the Rams. Allison is being leapfrogged by Valdes-Scantling. He is droppable in most formats. WR4.

Marquez Valdes-Scantling - Valdes-Scantling caught two passes for 45 yards and a touchdown versus the Rams. Valdes-Scantling has been very impressive in spite of his limited targets. He has very nice speed and size mixed with unbelievable athleticism. He is a risk because of the workload concerns, but the upside is through the roof. WR3.

Jimmy Graham - Graham caught one pass for 21 yards versus the Rams. Graham struggled once again due to the amount of mouths to feed. Graham is no longer a TE1 every week. TE2.

New England

Tom Brady - Brady threw for 324 yards versus the Bills. Brady struggled converting on drives in this one. He would eventually be bailed out by his defense to win the game. Brady is a every week QB1.

Sony Michel - Did not play versus the Bills. Coming off of a short week, Michel has already practiced this week and even snuck a late practice in last week which means he will likely return to the field. If he returns, he will return to RB1 status.

James White - White rushed for 15 yards and a touchdown and caught 10 passes for 79 yards versus the Bills. White wasn’t very productive on the ground as the Bills shut down the run, but he killed Buffalo through the air. White is a fantastic pass catcher and playmaker. If Michel is out again, he is an RB1 and if he is in, White is an RB2.

Julian Edelman - Edelman caught nine passes for 104 yards versus the Bills. Edelman was great once again. Since returning from suspension in Week 5, he has put up four straight double digit scores and continues to be Brady’s favorite target. He gets a Packers defense that just traded away their best piece in the secondary in Ha Ha Clinton-Dix . WR1.

Chris Hogan - Hogan caught two passes for 49 yards versus the Bills. Hogan continues to not get a ton of targets in the passing game as there are just too many mouths to feed in the offense. He has a nice matchup this week versus Kevin  King, but is no more than a boom or bust WR3.

Josh Gordon - Gordon caught four passes for 42 yards versus the Bills. Gordon was reportedly going to be benched to start the game last week according to what appeared to be an erroneous report. Gordon started the game and then proceeded to be underwhelming. Gordon has not lived up to the hype in New England and has a tough matchup this week versus Jaire Alexander who has been fantastic this season. WR3.

Cordarrelle Patterson - Patterson rushed for 38 yards on 10 carries versus the Bills. Patterson stepped in for Michel but will head back to being a special teams guy now that Michel is back.

Rob Gronkowski - Gronk caught three passes for 43 yards versus the Bills. Gronk made a great catch near the end of the first half, but was otherwise quiet in the game. A lot has been made by his lack of production this year, but I still believe in the talent and this offense. TE1.

Prediction: New England win 30-22.

Tennessee Titans vs. Dallas Cowboys

Venue: AT&T Stadium(Arlington)Mon. 11-5 @ 8:15 pm ESTOver/Under: 40

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Tennessee Titans at Dallas Cowboys (-6.5), Monday, 8:15 pm EST.

Last Meeting (9/14/14): The Cowboys won 26-10. Tony Romo threw for 176 yards and a touchdown. DeMarco Murray rushed for 167 yards and a touchdown on 29 carries. Dez Bryant caught 10 passes for 103 yards and a touchdown. Jake Locker threw for 234 yards, one touchdown, and two interceptions. Shonn Greene rushed for 40 yards on five carries. Delanie Walker caught 10 passes for 142 yards and a touchdown.

Tennessee Titans

Marcus Mariota - Mariota is coming off of a much needed bye week. He has struggled with an injured hand and reportedly now has full feeling and movement. He gets a Cowboys defense that is allowing the 10th fewest fantasy point per game to opposing QBs. QB2.

Dion Lewis - Prior to the bye, Lewis looked like the better running back versus the Chargers. He out gained Henry in the running game and was great in the passing game. However, the Cowboys have allowed the eighth fewest points per game this year, so he is a risky RB3.

Derrick Henry - Henry was not only out touched by Lewis in the last game, but was also out played. He has a tough test in the Cowboys defense this week too and will likely struggle again. RB3.

Corey Davis - Davis has been hit or miss with Mariota struggling due to healthy. While Mariota is back to 100%, Davis has an extremely tough matchup with Byron Jones , who has been the NFL’s best cover corner this year. WR3.

Taywan Taylor and Tajae Sharpe - Neither of these guys have separated from the other with Mariota struggling. If I had to pick one this week, it would be Sharpe who will get looks out of the slot and will see a ton of Kavon Frazier in coverage.

Dallas Cowboys

Dak Prescott - Prescott has a new weapon and two weeks to prepare for this one, but that won’t likely stop the atrocious schemes, conservative play and poor decision making that has plagued this Cowboys offense. The Titans have allowed the ninth fewest fantast points per game to opposing QBs this year. QB2.

Ezekiel Elliott - Elliott has a tough test this week versus the Titans front seven who are allowing the fifth fewest points per game to opposing running backs. However he is the Cowboys offense and no overpaid wide receiver is going to change that. RB1.

Amari Cooper - Cooper was traded from the Raiders for a first round pick. HAHAHAHAHAHAHA! Sorry about that. Cooper brings elite skills and inconsistency to an already struggling offense. This likely doesn’t improve his stock at all considering how conservative the offense is already. He gets a decent matchup with Malcolm Butler , but he is no more than a boom or bust WR3.

Cole Beasley - Beasley may actually benefit from Cooper’s arrival. With Cooper in tow, defenses actually have another pass catcher to worry about and Beasley won’t be the focal point of the secondary. That being said, until we see how this offense is going to play, Beasley is best served as a desperation play during bye weeks or in the Monday Night DFS games.

Michael Gallup - Loses value with Cooper in tow. Stash in keeper leagues.

Prediction: Titans win 16-13.

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