Big week ahead ladies and gentlemen. Four big teams are on a bye and there are many holes to fill this week in your lineups. First, let me give you the rundown on why you should trust us.
Saucy T was perfect on his picks for the third time this season. QB Andy Dalton‘s 243 yards and three touchdowns surely got you points, no matter what scoring system you play. RB Lamar Miller‘s 113 yards and a TD were certainly helpful while benching WR Antonio Brown (failing to reach 50 yards again) and QB Peyton Manning were both sits that you should have been able to find more points than.
Myself? Not as great as week 5, but I did pretty well. Hopefully you listened and started QB Matthew Stafford because a 405-yard, four TD is good for anyone. I nailed the RB Mark Ingram start predicting a two TD performance, and I also told you that with a new coach that was a former TE, that TE Jordan Cameron would return to the end zone. If you are in a PPR league, WR Jordan Matthews did ok with 11 points, but he certainly should have provided more.
When it came to sits, QB Russell Wilson wasn’t all that impressive behind an 18-point day. I told you not to mess with anyone in the Redskins backfield because I have been seeing so many people starting RB Chris Thompson after one decent outing. They COMBINED for 34 yards rushing and 37 yards receiving. And as I said last week, I had to start him because he was my best option, so I am perfectly happy with the fact that my TE sit of the week in TE Jimmy Graham was wrong. Now let’s see if he can get some consistency.
The Wifeyiac — after trading him to me — told you to sit RB Ameer Abdullah. Not only was she right for fantasy teams, but after yet another fumble, the Detroit Lions benched him as well. These females in fantasy I tell ya… the invasion is upon us!
This week is rough. No Packers, no Broncos, no Bears and no Bengals. That’s easily 20 top fantasy starters right there. So we dug deep for you this week.
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