SUNDAY MORNING UPDATE:
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No major updates today. One thing I think could be fun is posting some of the questions I've received on Twitter.
Why DJ Moore over DeVante Parker?
It's really close between the two of them. The only reason Moore gets the slight nod is that he has produced for a longer period of time than Parker. The Jets on the year have also had secondary wide receivers burn them as their safeties have done a good job shutting down the number one receiver.
Why Evans over Godwin?
This one has haunted me all season. I expect Evans to see more Pierre Desir due to the size of Desir. Desir has been awful for most of the season.
Why Atlanta's defense when you have two Panthers players
This one is really simple. 1) Ian Thomas is basically a free square. 2) Kyle Allen has been sacked 16 times over the last three games including throwing 5 interceptions. 3) Atlanta's defense is at least $500 too cheap.
First update 5:33PM EST Saturday:
Le'Veon Bell is out tomorrow.
- QB Lamar Jackson, BAL, $9,000
- RB Nick Chubb, CLE, $7,900
- RB Bilal Powell, NYJ, $4,800
- WR- D.J. Moore, CAR, $7,100
- WR Davante Adams, GB, $8,400
- WR Mike Evans, TB, $7,700
- TE Ian Thomas, CAR, $4,000
- Flex RB- Melvin Gordon III, LAC, $7,300
- TD Atlanta Falcons, $3,500
SITUATIONS THAT STAND OUT TO THIS WEEK ON THE MAIN SLATE.
- Minnesota (vs Det) – 27.75 points
- Green Bay (vs Was) – 27 points
- New England (vs KC) – 26 points
- Houston (vs Den) – 25.75 points
- Tampa Bay (vs Ind) – 25.25 points
REVIEW OF LAST WEEK-
Last week was another great week. DeVante Parker crushed the slate and for the second week in a row, the primary cash lineup was in the top 5% of lineups. Jack Doyle at 26% owned was a great value play at the tight end position, and the Steelers defense shut down the Browns at just 25% were a great addition. The one disappointment was Christian McCaffrey who had just 13 FanDuel points, but he was 70% owned so it was not a big deal.
Some of the busts that we avoided.
Le’Veon Bell was 32% owned, which made sense at $7,300 against a bad Bengals defense, but Bell just is not the same player that we saw in Pittsburgh which made me avoid him this past week.
D.J. Chark Jr was also 32% owned against a bad Tampa Bay secondary, but the Jaguars were dominated for most of the game and Chark was
Travis Kelce was a surprising 40% owned. With the wind being such a factor in Kansas City, it was a situation in which I was not considering anyone from the Chiefs passing game.