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Start/Sit – NFL Week 11 – Fantasy Football Lineup Advice

Clearly I began my victory lap too soon after splendid Week 9 Start/Sit recommendations. It bit me (and you) substantially in Week 10. Instead of unveiling my Start/Sit recommendations on Saturday, I got cocky and dropped them on a Friday; and let’s just say that was ill-advised. Injury reports fluctuated up to kickoff and in-game, damning my fantasy football lineup suggestions. I won’t make that mistake again heading into Week 11.

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START Alex Smith vs. Cincinnati Bengals

I think it’s safet to say that Alex Smith has knocked off the rust. Smith has 87 pass attempts over the last two weeks, completing 71% of those passes and averaging nearly 360 yards per contest. Unfortunately, only one of those attempts has gone for a score but I firmly expect that to change this week. Smith faces Cincinnati’s listless pass rush and forgiving pass defense. To date the Bengals have allowed the 2nd most passing TDs (21) in the NFL and allow the 8th most fantasy points per game (21.1) to the quarterback position.

START James Conner @ Jacksonville Jaguars

James Conner has been an afterthought in Pittsburgh’s offense during recent weeks. However, I expect a shift this week. Mike Tomlin is already on record indicating correcting the running game struggles is the priority heading into Week 11. You can still count on Pittsburgh airing it out plenty. But assuming the Steelers do not take their opponent lightly I expect them to put this game away early allowing Conner and the offensive line to get lathered up. Jacksonville allows the 8th most fantasy points per game (20.9) to the running back position.

START Calvin Ridley @ New Orleans Saints

Assuming Ridley is back in the lineup for Week 11 I’m starting him. There is an inherent risk here given the nature of his injury (foot) and the fact that Ridley wins with route-running. However, if the Falcons are to move the football it will be through the air. In eight games, Ridley has either scored and/or eclipsed the 100-yard receiving mark six times.

Not only is Ridley the most likely of the Falcons to find the endzone, he has a history of success against the Saints. In four games, Ridley averages 9/6.5/89.5/1 versus New Orleans. As I alluded to previously, there is a risk of re-injury or snap count limitations but I’m rolling the dice. Start em.

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SIT Drew Lock vs. Miami Dolphins

Inconsistency. Poor matchup. And may not be available due to injury. When Drew Lock flashes it’s exciting. But he’s more of a tease at this point than anything else. Sit em.

SIT Todd Gurley @ New Orleans Saints

Do you recall when last the Saints allowed a 100-yard rusher? Me either. No wonder why New Orleans allows the least amount of fantasy points per game (13.2) to the running back position. Enter the “Artist formerly known as Todd Gurley” and his 3.7 yards per carry. Atlanta struggles to run the football as evidenced by four straight games of 2.8 yards per carry or fewer; but it serves as a neon flashing sign to consider a different option. Gurley has managed to find the endzone on a relatively consistent basis this season so an RB2 finish is a distinct possibility.But his lack of involvement in the passing game convinced me to fade him this week. Sit em.

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Start/Sit – NFL Week 10 – Fantasy Football Lineup Advice

That’s more like it. My Week 9 Start/Sit recommendations were a significant improvement on that Week 8 abomination. Onward! Let’s get into Week 10 Start/Sit recommendations.

Quarterback Start/Sit Recommendations

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START Drew Brees vs. San Francisco 49ers

Let’s face it, these are two teams going in opposite directions. The Saints are getting healthy; and Brees has his full complement of weapons at his disposal. Meanwhile, the 49ers are a veritable M*A*S*H unit. Don’t get me wrong San Fran still has talent, particularly on the defensive side of the ball but the pass rush simply isn’t the same. How could it be after losing Nick Bosa (injury) and DeForrest Buckner (trade). I anticpate Brees taking what the defense gives him and metriculating the ball downfield for a tidy, efficient Top 12 finish. Start em.

START Jared Goff vs. Seattle Seahawks

I can’t seem to get it right, as to when to start Jared Goff. However, the Seahawks offer the perfect matchup to get an inconsistent passing game on track. Seattle allows the most fantasy points per game to the quarterback and wide receiver positions respectively. I’m banking on Sean McVay looking himself in the mirror, self-scouting and doing a better job of putting his players in a position to have success. I also believe this might be the week L.A. unleashes rookie WR Van Jefferson, to add a much needed vertical threat to the Rams offense.

SIT Matthew Stafford vs. Washington Football Team

No Kenny Golladay and now Stafford’s top target in 2020, T.J. Hockenson is battling a foot injury. I just don’t like it. Washington has a formidable pass defense as is and Detroit is certainly lacking in perimeter threats. Furthermore, I’ve little to no confidence in the Lions’ coaching staff. No need to deliberate on this one. Sit em.

Running Backs

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START Nick Chubb vs. Houston Texans

Nick Chubb is back folks and I for one am NOT taking a “wait & see” approach to see how his knee responds to game action. First and foremost Chubb is a STUD; he leads the NFL in number of rushes of 20+ yards (6) despite not having played since Week 4. Secondly, offensive guard Wyatt Teller returns to the lineup having graded out as a top interior olineman this season. Finally, the Houston Texans are awful defensively, allowing the third most fantasy points per game to the running back position this season. Even if Chubb doesn’t get a full workload he has the ability to turn 12-14 touches into low end RB1 fantasy production. Start em.

START J.K. Dobbins @ New England Patriots

The Baltimore Ravens of 2020 barely resemble the team of 2019. The offensive line is no longer a strength and there is a dearth of explosive plays. Furthermore, the Ravens are missing the heart & soul of their offense, Mark Ingram. However, I believe J.K. Dobbins is the injection of life the Ravens need in addition to committing to their power run game.

Prior to the the Ravens bye week, Dobbins did not have a single game with double-digit carries. However, since the bye week Dobbins has averaged just under 14 touts per game, including his 1st career 100-yard rushing performance in Week 8. I believe the fresh, young legs of Dobbins will help resotre some explosiveness to the Ravens offense.

This week’s matchup against New England isn’t nearly is a daunting as one may have thought prior to the season. In fact, the Patriots allow the 11th most fantasy points per game to the running back position. We all watched the Jets of all teams “run left” with considerable success on Monday night. A favorable matchup indeed.

SIT Mike Davis vs. Tampa Bay Buccaneers

With Christian McCaffrey sidelined by injury once again I certianly can understand why you might start Davis. However, after the Buccaneers’ embarassment on national television last week I believe they will be playing with a new found sense of urgency. Furthermore, the Bucs have been among the best in the NFL in defending opposing running backs. Davis’ involvement in the passing game may solidify his floor as an RB2; but his lack of scoring opportunites and the matchup leave me fading him in Week 10.

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Start/Sit – NFL Week 6 – Fantasy Football Lineup Advice

Every week COVID-19 throws us more curveballs but the 2020 Fantasy Football season rolls along. Four teams on a bye as we enter Week 6 further complicating start/sit decisions. No matter, full steam ahead into the Week 6 Start/Sit recommendations.

Quarterback Start/Sit Recommendations

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START Ben Roethlisberger vs. Cleveland Browns

The Cleveland Browns are 4 -1 for the first time in more than two decades. But that doesn’t matter. Is that right? Fact check me. Despite the Browns’ new found success they miss Greedy Williams as a cornerstone member of their pass defense. The Browns give up the 8th most fantasy points to opposing quarterbacks and have surrendered 12 TD passes on the season; tied for 2nd most in the NFL.

Ben Roethlisberger has thrown for at least two touchdowns in each game this season; and currently sports a 10:1 TD/INT ratio over four games. He hasn’t put up gaudy yardage totals but that could change in Week 6. At a minimum, I’m thinking 260 yards passing a trio of TDs good for a Top 12 finish.

START Matthew Stafford @ Jacksonville Jaguars

Fresh off the bye, Matthew Stafford and the Detriot Lions face the Jacksonville Jaguars. The Jags have allowed the third most touchdown passes on the season (11). Jacksonville also allows the fourth most passing yards per game and are tied for a league low five sacks. I had high hopes for the Lions offense entering the 2020 Fantasy Football Season. It hasn’t quite materialized thus far, but I think Stafford & Co. get on track in a big way against an overmatched Jaguars defense. Start em.

SIT Joe Burrow @ Indianapolis Colts

The Colts defense wasn’t at their best a week ago but they enter Week 6 allowing just 12.5 fantasy points per game to opposing quarterbacks. That makes them the stingiest defense in the league against QBs in fantasy football. Thus far, Joe Burrow has looked like the rookie that he is. The reality is, the Bengals supporting cast (oline) simply isn’t good enough to solidfy Burrow’s fantasy floor. Couple that with an awful matchup on paper and I’m going to pass. Sit em.

Running Backs

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START James Robinson vs. Detroit Lions

The James Robinson buzz has died down a bit over the past two weeks. However, a Week 6 matchup with the Detroit Lions should vault Robinson back into Top 12 consideration. In fact, top 12 may be a modest outlook. The Lions allow the most fantasy points per game to the running back position in the NFL. Detriot has been gashed to the tune of 5.2 yards per carry too.

Robinson continues to dominate backfield carries (73). Chris Thompson is next in line with just six touts. Furthermore, Robinson remains involved in the passing game with just over four targets per contest. The rookie running back has failed to reach the endzone the last two games but i believe he reaches pay dirt twice in what should be a stat padding contest.

START Ronald Jones vs. Green Bay Packers

I’m not sure Ronald Jones will ever be an accomplished receiver out of the backfield; but you cannot deny his ability as a ball-carrier. Jones is coming off of back-to-back 100-yard rushing performances and has a firm grasp on early down work. All that’s missing are touchdowns. He was robbed of a TD, receiving no less, last week but I think that changes against Green Bay. The Packers struggle to defend the run and allow the 2nd most fantasy points to the running back position. Start Jones with confidence.

SIT Phillip Lindsay @ New England Patriots

Phillip Lindsay had been on the mend for several weeks but he’s healthy now; and just in time with Melvin Gordon ruled out. While Lindsay’s expanded role would generally be something fantasy owners should be all over, this week’s matchup isn’t favorable. Even with Drew Lock back in the lineup to legitimize the Broncos passing game I expect that Patriots to force Lock to beat them and elimiante Denver’s rushing attack.

New England is only allowing 15.3 points per game to the running back position. Furthermore, they’ve allowed only ONE rushing touchdown all season tied for the least in the NFL. Injuries and committees may force your hand but I recommend you Sit em’.

Wide Receivers Start/Sit Recommendations

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START Justin Jefferson vs. Atlanta Falcons

Justin Jefferson (3/23/0) disappeared last week against a poor Seahawks pass defense. Such is apt to happen with rookie wide receivers. That being said, I expect Jefferson to bounce back in a big way against the hapless Atlanta Falcons. The Falcons have surrendered a league high 15 passing touchdowns and are tied for the 3rd fewest sacks (7) in the NFL. The inability to affect the passer, nor hold up on the back end in a passing league is a recipie for disaster. But for Justin Jefferson owners, you should be licking your chops, salivating. Start em’.

START Chase Claypool vs. Cleveland Browns

Claypool flashed several times ahead of his Week 5 coming out party; scoring four touchdowns and putting non-dynasty football enthusiasts on notice. With Diontae Johnson still out with injury Claypool has become the the receiver to own and START in Pittsburgh. I mentioned how forgiving the Browns defense has been to opposing quarterbacks previously. Well, Cleveland is even MORE generous to opposing wide receivers.

Currently, the Browns are allowing the third most fantasy points per game to WRs. There 12 touchdown passes allowed is tied for the 2nd most in the NFL. Suffice it to say that if Myle Garrett isn’t sacking the quarterback the Browns are hemorrhaging fantasy points thru the air.

SIT Jerry Jeudy @ New England Patriots

I didn’t like Jeudy last week when I thought he was going to avoid the “Gilly-Lock.” I definitely don’t like the talented rookie with Stephon Gilmore expected to play this week even with Drew Lock in the lineup. No thanks.

Tight Ends

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START T.J. Hockenson @ Jacksonville Jaguars

See Matthew Stafford.

START Mike Gesicki vs. New York Jets

The Jets have faired pretty well against opposing tight ends to this point. However, I like Ryan Fitzpartick quite a bit this week (not as much as Roethlisberger, Stafford) and I think Gesicki is due for a touchdown grab. I imagine the Jets will have their hands full with DeVante Parker and Preston Williams on the perimeter. Meanwhile, Gesicki will take advantage in the middle of the field and redzone. Start em’.

SIT Logan Thomas @ New York Giants

Despite his consistent involvement in the passing game Logan Thomas simply isn’t Varsity yet. Tight end is such a difficult position to learn, particularly at the NFL level. Thomas is a phenomenal athlete transitioning from QB to tight end, but he can’t be trusted as of yet. Not to mention the New York Giants secondary has played pretty well this season. They are are the third best team in the NFL at defending the tight end position; allowing only 4.4 fantasy points per game. I’m avoding Thomas for the forseeable future no matter who is under center in Washington. Sit em’.

Best of luck this weekend. Remember always start your STUDS and I take ZERO responsibility if these Start/Sit recommendations are wrong. Also, if my calls are right make certain you tell a friend. Start/Sit.

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Fantasy Football Waiver Wire Pickups for Week 6

Week 5 of the 2020 Fantasy Football season is in the rear-view and there are more injuries to report. The biggest two were Dak Prescott and Dalvin Cook. See below and hit the waiver wire to replace those studs.

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Ryan Tannehill, Tennessee Titans

I’ve been recommending Tannehill for weeks now. With Dak Prescott out for the year, Tannehill is the best option under 50% ownership to replace him.

Andy Dalton, Dallas Cowboys

The next best option to replace Dak is his backup, Andy Dalton. The Cowboys have a plethora of weapons for Dalton to give you some good fantasy performances.

Derek Carr, Las Vegas Raiders

Carr unlocked the deep ball this past Sunday against the Kansas City Chiefs for a season high 347 yards passing and 3 touchdowns. As long as Henry Ruggs is on the field, he enhances the Raiders passing offense.

Ryan Fitzpatrick, Miami Dolphins

I stated last week that Fitzpatrick can win you some weeks so if you played him against the 49ers in Week 5, you got yourself 350 passing yards and 3 touchdowns.

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Alexander Mattison, Minnesota Vikings

If you are a Dalvin Cook owner or just need a back for this week, then Mattison should be prioritized. Mattison ran for 112 yards on 20 carries as Cook went down with a groin injury. Cook isn’t expected to suit up in Week 6, therefore Mattison will eat some more.

Justin Jackson, Los Angeles Chargers

Jackson was the better of the Chargers backs against the Saints on Monday night totaling 94 yards and 5 receptions. The backfield is still a split but Jackson showcased why he should be scooped up off the waivers until Austin Ekeler is back.

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Travis Fulgham, Philadelphia Eagles

This is a receiver heavy waiver wire week as there are many options to choose from. I like Fulgham for the rest of the season as he showed that he can be a reliable pass catcher for Carson Wentz who doesn’t have many options at this time. Alshon Jeffery should be back soon but Fulgham earned more playing time by catching 10 of his 13 targets for 152 yards and a touchdown. Grab him immediately as the Eagles are in dire need for healthy bodies.

Henry Ruggs, Las Vegas Raiders

Ruggs finally displayed that easy speed this past Sunday that made him the first receiver off the board in the 2020 NFL Draft. Carr needs to give Ruggs a deep target at least once a quarter to stretch out opposing defenses. He might be a bit boom or bust but he can surely win you a couple of weeks on minimal targets.

Chase Claypool, Pittsburgh Steelers

A draft sleeper, Claypool showcased his skills this past Sunday with 4 total touchdowns. An injury to Diontae Johnson allowed Claypool the opportunity and he took full advantage of it. The Steelers know how to draft receivers and Claypool looks to be another stud in their long lineage of receivers. Even if Johnson is back, Claypool will be very active in the red zone and will get a couple deep shots per game. He needs to be rostered on your team.

Other Wide Receivers I’m Buying on the Waiver Wire –

Mike Williams, Los Angeles Chargers

Laviska Shenault/Keelan Cole, Jacksonville Jaguars

Mecole Hardman/Demarcus Robinson, Kansas City Chiefs

Preston Williams, Miami Dolphins

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Jimmy Graham, Chicago Bears

A consistent threat in the Bears passing attack, Graham is showing that he still can produce at the age of 33. The change from Mitchell Trubisky to Nick Foles is an upgrade for all the Bears’ pass catchers. It’s okay to load up on the Bears’ weapons now.

Cameron Brate, Tampa Bay Buccaneers

Gronk finally woke up in Week 5, but I still have a sneaky suspicion Brate is the Bucs tight end to own. Brate caught 5 of his 6 targets for 44 yards and I predict he will continue to be a guy Tom Brady targets in the Bucs offense.

Trey Burton, Indianapolis Colts

It’s Jack Doyle, no it’s Mo Allie-Cox… I meant the tight end to grab is Trey Burton in Indianapolis. I am not sure if the Colts will ever decide on who their TE1 is but Burton had a team high in routes and targets over the past two weeks for Colts’ tight ends. He’s worth a speculative add.

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Start/Sit – 2nd Qtr! NFL Week 5 – Fantasy Football Lineup Advice

Quarter number one in the 2020 Fantasy Football season is history. Bye weeks now play a factor; but the continued frequency of injury and a spike in positive COVID-19 cases makes Week 5 start/sit decisions particularly challenging. Before we get to those Week 5 start/sit recommendations let’s take a quick look back at my Week 4 hits and misses.

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Fantasy Football Waiver Wire Pickups for Week 5

Week 4 of the 2020 Fantasy Football season is in the rear-view and there are more injuries to report. The biggest two were Nick Chubb and Austin Ekeler. See below and hit the waiver wire to replace those stud running backs until they get healthy.

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Ryan Tannehill, Tennessee Titans

It’s amazing that Tannehill is still under 50% ownership. With his unexpected bye week in Week 4, Tannehill may go under the radar so I suggest you scoop him up. I don’t see many 6-field goal games for the Titans, so Tannehill’s 0 touchdown Week 3 performance should be an anomaly and not the norm. Hit the waiver wire and get this man over 50% ownership.

Gardner Minshew, Jacksonville Jaguars

After attempting only 20 passes in Week 1, Minshew now has three straight 40+ attempt games. The Jaguars anemic defense will continue to force the offfense to play catch-up often this season. Furthermore, getting his number one receiver D.J. Chark back in the offense should do wonders for Minshew. Get him on your roster and start him with confidence, especially in matchups where you think the Jags will be playing from behind. 

Teddy Bridgewater, Carolina Panthers

Whether you call him Teddy Ballgame or Teddy Two Gloves, Bridgewater should be on your fantasy radar. The intermediate assassin has gotten some flak in the fantasy community in the past due to his lack of getting the ball deep downfield. However, Joe Brady’s offense is a perfect match for Bridgewater. A 73% completion percentage and a great rapport with Robby Anderson should keep Bridgewater as a viable fantasy option for the rest of the season. 

Ryan Fitzpatrick, Miami Dolphins

As long as Fitzpatrick is starting for the Dolphins, he will always be a nice matchup-based streaming option. The ultimate gunslinger is a wide receiver’s best friend but he may also give the defense some opportunities as well. Keep an eye on Tua Tagovailoa replacing him in the lineup, but if Fitzpatrick continues to start he can win you fantasy weeks.

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Damien Harris, New England Patriots

With Sony Michel on the IR list, this is Damien Harris’ backfield until Belichick decides it’s not. Owning a Belichick back is risky in of itself, but Harris is a dual threat back with young legs to carry them for the foreseeable future. Rex Burkhead and James White will get their touches but Harris offers the highest upside.

D’Ernest Johnson, Cleveland Browns

The injury to Nick Chubb leaves a huge hole in the Browns offense. For this team to win games, they have to run the football and play great defense. Well it’s going to be a little harder with Chubb out 4-6 weeks. Kareem Hunt is the biggest beneficiary from Chubb’s absence. However, the former USF Bull, Johnson, will also be asked to help carry the load. Johnson actually received more carries than Hunt on Sunday (13-11). I don’t expect that to continue but I do see 8-10 carries per game making him a borderline flex option as the Browns have a strong rushing attack.

Justin Jackson, Los Angeles Chargers

Jackson will have a similar role as Johnson above. The injury to Austin Ekeler gives rookie Joshua Kelly an inside track to fantasy stardom; but Jackson shouldn’t be an afterthought. He knows the offense and has looked good in his limited opportunities in the past. I see a 60-40 workload for Kelley going forward, but more Kelley fumbles (2 fumbles in the last 2 games) or an injury to the rookie can make Jackson the bell cow in L.A.

Other Running Backs I’m Buying on the Waiver Wire –

Chase Edmonds, Arizona Cardinals

Alexander Mattison, Minnesota Vikings

Rex Burkhead, New England Patriots

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Tee Higgins, Cincinnati Bengals

The second round pick for the Bengals this season is starting to make an impact. In what was thought to be a crowded receiver room in Cincinnati, now has a clearer picture. John Ross has been a healthy scratch two weeks in a row, Auden Tate is nowhere to be found, and A.J Green has looked like a shell of his former self. Joe Burrow has been targeting the reliable Tyler Boyd and Higgins. Twenty-two targets over the last 3 weeks speaks volumes. Higgins should be rostered as he has a chance to explode in his rookie season.

Laviska Shenault/Keelan Cole, Jacksonville Jaguars

See Gardner Minshew above. I expect lots of passing in Jacksonville. Cole and Shenault have been consistent throughout the season and get a boost with D.J. Chark back in the lineup. Some may think Chark may diminish their fantasy production, but I see it as an opportunity for them to get more single coverage and free up space for them to eat. I like them both moving forward.

Hunter Renfrow, Las Vegas Raiders

Injuries to the Raiders starting receivers Henry Ruggs and Bryan Edwards gives Renfrow a boost in targets in the short term. Carr’s number one option is still Darren Waller, but if teams smarten up and take him away with double coverage, then Renfrow will be the guy to target. The dependable slot receiver is more attractive in PPR leagues but he’s a good pickup as long as the Raiders starting receivers are out.

Other Wide Receivers I’m Buying on the Waiver Wire –

Scotty Miller, Tampa Bay Buccaneers

Anthony Miller, Chicago Bears

Greg Ward, Philadelphia Eagles

Tim Patrick, Denver Broncos

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Robert Tonyan, Green Bay Packers

Tonyan now has 5 touchdowns in the last 3 games and looks like the tight end to own in Green Bay. With Davante Adams dealing with an hamstring injury and Allen Lazard our for a while, Rodgers is leaning on Tonyan in the passing game. Even when Adams returns, Tonyan is a good option for tight end needy fantasy teams. He has a good chance at finishing as a TE1 in 2020.

Eric Ebron, Pittsburgh Steelers

Rinse and Repeat from last week.

Mo Alie-Cox, Indianapolis Colts

Rinse and Repeat from last week.

Cameron Brate, Tampa Bay Buccaneers

With O.J. Howard out for the year with an Achilles injury, it’s time to make Tampa Bay “Brate” again. Rob Gronkowski might be the tight end fantasy teams target, but Brate is the sneaky pickup that can outproduce Gronk. He caught a TD last week and at this point in their careers he might be the better receiving option of the two. 

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Fantasy Football Priority Waiver Wire Pickups for Week 2

Add Nyheim Hines – Top Waiver Wire Add of the Week

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Nyheim Hines, Indianapolis Colts

There were two things that really stood out to me from a fantasy perspective in Week 1. Tyrod Taylor didn’t check the ball down much to his RBs in Los Angeles; and Philip Rivers will target his RBs out of the backfield no matter what uniform he is wearing. Enter Nyheim Hines who gets a huge boost with the season ending injury to Marlon Mack. Jonathan Taylor is the early down back but Hines will have an impact in the passing game and in the red zone when they go shotgun. I like Hines as the number one waiver target heading into Week 2.

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Need Solutions? NFL Week 1 – Fantasy Football Lineup Advice – Start/Sit

The first football Sunday of the 2020 NFL Season is less than 24 hours away from kickoff. A win in your fantasy football league(s) out of the gates would be a nice start to the work week. So, let’s examine some Start/Sit quandaries as we begin our respective campagins towards Fantasy Football Glory!

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