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Tua Tagovailoa vs. ATL ($26)
It was supposed to be a game in which Miami didn’t push their first-round pick from a year ago and then he went out and threw the ball 47 times. He had a big game passing, throwing for 329 yards passing along with two touchdowns. He’s a threat with his legs as well, as he notched 22 more yards on the ground on three attempts. He faces one of the worst defenses in the league in the Atlanta Falcons as the Falcons rank 30th in pass DVOA checking into this game. Through five games this year, the Falcons have allowed over 250 yards passing and two touchdowns per game. The 47.5 implied point total in this game is one of the better marks on the slate.
Darrel Williams vs. TEN ($18)
The Chiefs have the third highest implied total on the board and this game between them and Tennessee features a robust 57.5 implied total, the largest on the board. It’s not only the largest game total on the board, it’s quite literally 6.5 points more than the next best game. Nearly a full touchdown! Considering the game script that Vegas has playing out here, the Chiefs could be controlling this game, which would put Williams in an advantageous spot to succeed here. In the same exact game script in Week 6, the Chiefs turned around and handed the ball off 21 times with Williams and he paid them off scoring twice. If it is a shootout like the total suggests it will be, Williams is more than capable in the passing game as he’s seen nine targets over the last two weeks.
Jaylen Waddle vs. ATL ($16)
It remains to be seen what happens with DeVante Parker this week, but even if he plays, Waddle is too cheap in this match-up against the Falcons who rate out as one of the league’s worst pass defenses. Waddle saw 13 targets last week, so if Parker does miss this week's game -- was limited in practice all week -- then Waddle could be one of the best values at any position, not just at receiver. Pairing him up with his quarterback -- who are both cheap -- allows you to do a lot at the other skill positions and still presents you with tremendous upside.
DeVonta Smith vs. LV ($14)
The former Heisman trophy winner still has one touchdown on his resume at the pro level and it was all the way back in Week 1. That feels like something that will change in Week 7 against the Raiders. Despite fairly good numbers against receivers this season, the Raiders rank out slightly worse than middle of the road against the position in terms of pass DVOA. After opening at 47.5, this game has risen to 48.5, which is the third highest mark on the docket. Philadelphia has been trailing and forced to throw a LOT this year and I see that happening here once again, only benefitting Smith in Week 7.
Ricky Seals-Jones vs. GB ($15)
Now that he’s been cleared and is back at practice, Seals-Jones is right back in play as one of the better value’s at the position. We know all about how much Logan Thomas lined up in the slot and how many routes he run and well, Washington is using Seals-Jones in a similar fashion. Washington is a 7.5 point underdog and will be trailing early and often here. That means a lot of drop backs and a lot of routes run for Seals-Jones. It’s setting up nicely for him to have another big game in Week 7.