Friday, September 22, 2017


Already Week 3 in fantasy football and so let's check out who made the START/SIT cut with an eye on less obvious choices (since we all would start Aaron Rodgers, Drew Brees, Le'Veon Bell etc.).  


Derrick Henry:  Even if DeMarco Murray does in fact suit up, Henry is expected to receive a heavy dose of carries in a starter's role.  It is only a matter of time before Henry pushed the aging Murray aside and it start this week.  

Jay Cutler:  We just got done seeing Derek Carr toss three touchdown passes versus the 30th ranked NY Jets defese and a fresh Jay Cutler should be able to be in the same statistical ballpark.  

Trevor Siemian:  Ride the hot hand as Siemian already has six touchdown passes on the season.  With to excellent receivers at his disposal, the nice run should continue versus an average Buffalo defense.  

Marshawn Lynch:  While the numbers have not exploded just yet for Lynch, he draws a Washington Redskins defense that made Todd Gurley who like he was back in 2015.  

Isaiah Crowell:  The Cleveland Browns have underutilized Crowell thus far and so count on them giving their best offensive player a heavy workload this week against a soft Indy defense.  

Javorious Allen:  Those who especially take part in PPR formats should like the heavy workload (no Terrance West) and an annually poor Jacksonville defense to face off against.  \

Davante Adams:  With Randall Cobb likely out with a shoulder injury, Adams will get a ton of looks from QB Aaron Rodgers like he did a week ago.  

Eric Ebron:  Having scored last week and now entering into a shootout, Ebron is ready to continue the climb to upper-tier status which his natural ability has hinted at.  


Cam Newton:  Yes Newton draws the always awful New Orleans Saints defense but this marks his first game without stud tight end Greg Olsen and he is also quite banged up.  No thank you.  

LeSean McCoy:  Fresh off a horrible dud in Week 2, McCoy gets the Denver defense that just destroyed Ezekiel Elliott.  

Chris Carson:  Now the undisputed bellcow back for the Seattle Mariners, look for Carson to keep things moving in a positive direction against the so far shaky run defense of the Tennessee Titans.  

Dez Bryant:  Yet another brutal matchup for Bryant who now draws Patrick Peterson of the Arizona Cardinals in coverage.  

Doug Baldwin:  With the Seattle Seahawks passing offense in a major rut, Baldwin is not a good option to start unless we see signs of this changing.  

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