Kirk Cousins $6500
A home game against the Browns? Sign me up
Drew Brees $7600
Brees will always be throwing the ball, because the Saints will never be blowing any team out with how bad their defense is.
Also he might have all of his weapons at his disposal.
Cam Newton $7800
This is actually a big divisional game early on, as the Panthers have already lost 2 games, and the Falcons are currently winning the division.
If the Panthers do not win this one, they will be behind the eight-ball, and I think Cam Newton does everything he can to win this one.
Phillip Rivers $6900
A home game against the worst defense in the NFL, have fun.
Trevor Siemian $5400
He did fantastic in Cincinnati last week (a solid defense), and now is in Tampa Bay, who has a below average defense in the NFL.
Also Siemian seems to be finding his WR’s Thomas and Sanders more often now.
Melvin Gordon $6300
We all saw what happened Monday night, and seemingly what the Saints rush defense does every time out.
The Chargers will want to win time of possession to keep Brees off of the field, and Gordon is becoming a decent pass catcher.
Le’veon Bell $7500
He can do anything on a football field, and his team needs him. If I was Tomlin I would have Bell and Williams out there at
the same time, as well as big Jesse James to block, and go to work.
Most coach’s aren’t smart enough to do that, and this is the case here, so Bell should get massive touches this week.
Demarco Murray $6800
Amazing ppr guy, very consistent, and there is no JJ Watt.
David Johnson $7800
He is a stud, the Cardinals should be winning late, hopefully they realize he is their best player and get him the all even more. The Cardinals realize that the Rams are 2-1 and would actually have a stranglehold on the division if they lose this one. I know “stranglehold” is a little much for week 3, and that the Rams probably won’t even come close to winning the division, but that has to be the Cardinals mindset coming into this one. This somehow is actually a big game.
Zeke Elliott $6900
He already got a ton of touches, but now Dez is most likely riding the pine.
Theo Riddick $5200
The Lions should be winning in this one, and we all know of his diverse pass catching skills.
Jordan Howard $3700
The cheap guys that get advertised are usually highly owned. He is young, talented, determined, and is good in ppr formats; however, be weary
that this game may be lopsided in favor of the Lions, to potentially limit Howard’s total carries.
Carlos Hyde $4200
The 49ers may actually be ahead in this one late, and Hyde was already a workhorse. Also he is better in ppr formats than you would think.
Matt Jones $4300
The Redskins may be destroying the Browns, and Jones already was getting 15-20 touches a game.
Jones is a big 235 pounder that also has some pass catching ability.
The Browns struggle against bigger power backs, and this should be no different. He also may be lower owned.
Orleans Darkwa $3000
This guy is big, determined, tough, and has an opportunity; although, against a very stout defense.
Marvin Jones $7300
I’m hopping on the bandwagon. This guy is a play maker in open space.
Larry Fitzgerald $7200
This is a big game, he is a target machine, and Palmer looks his way in the red zone quite often.
Emmanuel Sanders $6400
He is simply too cheap for the number of targets he gets, and the amount of talent he has.
Antonio Brown $9700
Still very pricey, but with all of the value out there, you may be able to grab him.
You know what this guy can potentially do every single game.
Kelvin Benjamin $7100
Newton realized his mistakes in not throwing the ball to this big athlete, and I don’t think he misses him in this important game.
Mike Evans $6500
Discounted because of the Broncos strong secondary, I still see a target machine, and they may be trailing in this one.
Jamison Crowder $4200
A good playmaker with the ball in his hands, sees consistent targets, and Desean Jackson may miss this game.
Tyrell Williams $4400
At home, consistent targets, worst secondary in he league.
Steve Smith Sr $4500
Should be trailing, getting more targets, RAC ability.
Quincy Enunwa $4400
Target machine, he is the WR3, the Seahawks may overlook him a bit.
Terrell Pryor $4300
Who else do the Browns have? yes, Josh Norman, but they have to get yards somehow.
He is a red zone QB as well, and may even get some carries. 12 fp? probably, upside, certainly.
Jordan Reed $6300
Target machine, facing the browns, red zone threat.
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Greg Olsen $6000
Cam Newton and the Panthers are all hands on deck this week; look for 10 targets for this guy.
Coby Fleener $3200
He is starting to get a lot of looks from Brees, and Brees is actually finding him more. Brees loves his pass catching TE’s.
Zach Miller $2700
Slay should be draped on Jeffery, and Miller is starting to see more targets, especially in the red zone.
Jimmy Graham $4000
Gaining chemistry with Wilson (if healthy), red zone target, RAC ability.
Josh Norman, the Browns have no real threats, they are at home.
Highest floor and ceiling, sack ability, and may pick Winston off a couple of times.
Low owned, sack ability, high floor and ceiling, Patriots QB?
Slay on Jeffrey, thin at RB, pick ability.
High floor, determined to win, big game, sack and pick ability.
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