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Another week and another alpha fantasy performer lost for the season.
So it’s not as if the turnovers have been truly detrimental.
But the losses have come to the Patriots, Steelers and Bengals.
No matter how much you believe in Hundley or not, relegating each to WR2 status until we see Hundley provide something we can latch onto), Ted Ginn (he doesn’t have more than four catches in any game and you know why you’re using him if you are, but this a matchup where you can take a swing on a splash play), Brett Hundley (he makes for an intriguing punt on daily sites given his price, but the Saints have been good enough defensively to keep him in the high-QB2 range for seasonal leagues) Jets @ Dolphins Bust: Jay Cutler (he hasn’t finished higher than QB18 yet on the season), Josh Mc Cown (he’s been efficient to start the year, completing two thirds of his passes in every game, but the only time he was a QB1 was last week in a game where he threw a season-high 47 passes against the worst secondary in the league), Robby Anderson (he’s essentially Ted Ginn with higher volume if you want to chase a home run from a far worse offensive climate than a player like Ginn has), Matt Forte (with Bilal Powell back this week, then stay clear of this entire situation outside of desperation, but if you have to look for a desperation play, Forte has been a top-20 scorer in his past three full games) Reasonable Return: Jay Ajayi (he’s getting such a high amount of opportunities that he’s hard to completely bench, but has also had such a low floor that he's hard to go all in on.
Cleveland has allowed double-digit points to five different tight ends and the most receptions on the season to the position) Bust: De Shone Kizer (he's in play in DFS for rushing upside, and while Tennessee has been miserable against the pass, they have not elevated bad passers for fantasy, holding all of Blake Bortles, Jay Cutler and Jacoby Brissett to subpar weeks), Isaiah Crowell (he’s posted new season-highs in yardage in each of the past two games, but still hasn’t scored double-digit points in a game since Week 1) Reasonable Return: De Marco Murray/Derrick Henry (the split here has come and gone as Murray is still dealing with ongoing hamstring issues, but he also had 16 touches for 87 yards and a touchdown on Monday.Although we’re focusing strictly on PPR league scoring here as a baseline, there’s more than enough to spread around across formats and daily leagues.The reason we’re operating under a PPR umbrella is it allows us to cover a larger portion of the players involved in action weekly.In case you weren’t sure where the consensus in the “Is Joe Flacco Elite?” argument is currently, here’s a nice little piece of trivia to help you out.
Has had four or more catches in every game), Marshawn Lynch (the Chiefs have been steadily run on to start the year, but you can only use Lynch as a flex option in hopes of a short score as his usage appears capped once he approaches 15 touches.