Derrick Henry, Dion Lewis, RB, Taywan Taylor, WR, TEN - The Titans offense looked like a new unit against the Eagles. Marcus Mariota was moving around well, making good decisions and on target throws, Lewis was very difficult for the first tackler to bring down, and the game plan was rational, with little Henry against a very strong Eagles run defense. This is a good sign for Henry because a good offense (and surging defense) will give him more favorable game scripts when he can control the fourth quarter, such as this week against the Bills. Lewis should continue to be a PPR force, and Taylor was a dropped deep ball away from a huge Week 4. The offensive line will enhance the value of all of these elements, as the first game with all five starters happened to coincide with the best offensive performance of the year.
Chad Kelly, QB, DEN - Case Keenum isn’t playing badly, but he isn’t getting the value out of his top three receivers and solid running back duo that he should be. Kelly oozes ability - including all-important running ability in fantasy - and his superior tools could unlock more of the upside of this offense if Keenum doesn’t start putting up numbers soon. Kelly has to be pre-emptively added in 2QB/Superflex leagues soon and shouldn’t be on any dynasty waiver wires.
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