DFS Roundtable: New Quarterbacks

The DFS team discusses the changing landscape of NFL offenses around new quarterbacks

Week 5 offers multiple quarterbacks to change the landscape for their offenses. Which are you buying or fading for DFS stacking or shifting the outlook for their team's weapons positively or negatively?

Phil Alexander

  • Chase Daniel - The London game between Oakland and Chicago is implied for a measly 41.5 points. Chicago's defense (in the Khalil Mack revenge spot) is the only high exposure play. But don't let Daniel put you off Allen Robinson, who remains affordably priced in a great matchup. Robinson has accounted for 25% of the Bears' targets and 36% of their air yards this season -- true alpha-receiver usage through four games.
  • Dwayne Haskins - Haskins didn't look ready against one of the worst pass defenses in the NFL last week. There are zero reasons to look his way in a matchup against New England. Remove all Redskins from your player pool, with the possible exception of Chris Thompson.
  • Matt Barkley - Barkley has occasionally been productive in spot start duty throughout his career. There isn't much to love about the Bills going on the road to Tennesee but some deep connections to John Brown can't be dismissed out of hand. Out of these three options, he's the only one worth considering in large-field tournaments.

Justin Bonnema

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