Welcome to Week 9 of the NFL season. There are a ton of byes this week so we have to dig deep to come up with the unique lineups for GPP play. For Cash games, there seems to be an agreement of paying up for RBs and finding value at WRs this week. Picks are for Main Slate only unless otherwise noted. Let’s get to it:
Six more byes this week. The teams resting Week 9 are pretty big time as well when it comes to fantasy. Ready for who you are without this week?
Tom Brady, Rob Gronkowski, LaGarrette Blount, Julian Edelman, Lamar Miller, DeAndre Hopkins, Jeremy Hill, Giovani Bernard, A.J. Green, Carson Palmer, David Johnson, Larry Fitzgerald, Jordan Howard, Alshon Jeffrey, Jamison Crowder, Kirk Cousins, Jordan Reed.
Got all that? Don’t worry, we got you covered.
Well, I missed last week but I’m back and ready to give you the DFS picks of the week. As always, these are for MAIN SLATE only unless otherwise noted. Let’s get right to it.
Six byes this week.
That is a ridiculous amount of byes, leaving just a few games to be played this week. Add in the mounting injuries, or maybe not injuries by game time (see the Buffalo Bills irresponsible handling of Shady McCoy), and there is a lot of work to be done this week.
As usual, we got ya covered.
Big Ben out. Eddie Lacy out. Doug Martin has a setback. Carlos Hyde out. Ezekiel Eliot on a bye. It’s not going to be pretty this week, folks.
Don’t worry, we got you covered.
Sorry for the super lateness of this. Time gets away from me pretty much all the time. Week 6 is upon us and the values are out there for us. This looks to be the week where you pay up at RB and look for extra values at WR. You can go either way at QB and TE, so it just matters how you construct your lineups. For clarification, these are for MAIN SLATE only unless otherwise noted. Let’s get to it:
Buccaneers and Vikings are on a bye, which means you are missing your star defense, as well as a few very playable wide receivers and one of the hotter tight ends in the game right now. Jordan Reed highlights this week’s big names to watch on the injury list, Charles Sims made a surprising trip to the IR, and Eric Decker made what everyone knew was coming official and ended his season.
So who do you start and sit this week? We got you covered.
Welcome back folks. As we move on to week 5 of the NFL season, we start getting more information and a clearer picture as to who is going to do what and against who. We also see that injuries are taking their toll on players and guys you didn’t know the names of at the beginning of the season are becoming your go to guys.
Week 5 on FanDuel has become extremely tight with pricing. The value plays are way fewer this week which means, we’re going to have to get creative if you’re going to be playing in GPP’s. Cash games may become more chalky but if you can diversify your lineup correctly, you can come out on top.
The first quarter of the season is in the books. It’s almost sad how much more faster the fantasy season seemingly gets every new season. You can’t even catch your breath by the time your next big star goes down with injury or a bevy of stud teams are on a bye.
No Jaguars , which means no Blake Bortles, Allen Robinson, or TJ Yeldon. No Saints, which means no Drew Brees, Mark Ingram, Brandin Cooks, or Michael Thomas. No Seahawks, which means no defense, Jimmy Graham, Russell Wilson or Doug Baldwin. And no Chiefs, which means no Spencer Ware, Jamaal Charles, Travis Kelce or even Alex Smith to use in a spot start.
We sure have our work cut out for us this week.
Hello again everyone. Glad I didn’t write this up for that pitiful game last night, although, if you had AJ Green in season long, or even DFS long slate, you are sittin’ pretty right about now. That being said, this week’s version is not going to include a write up for every player. If I have a chance before Sunday to update this post with some specifics, I will. Remember this is Main Slate, no London Game or Monday night game either.