The Dolphins put up a massive 28 fantasy point performance and smothered Carolina, forcing them to bench Cam Newton in the fourth quarter. But we did have New England and Cincinnati in last week’s write up, who gave us a decent 14 and 19 point performances. The Pats are not on the slate this week, and the Bengals have a tougher matchup against the Chargers, so will have to pivot to other plays, we got you no worries.
L. A. Rams ($4,000 DK/$4,900 FD) Have not won a game since acquiring Odell Beckham Jr. and will be looking to take out their frustration on the Jags. Expect Aaron Donald and company to smash this Sunday versus Jacksonville.
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Baltimore Ravens ($3,400 DK/$4,800) If you saw or caught the highlights of Ben Roethlisberger play the Bengals, he looked liked he just put in his paperwork for retirement. Baltimore gets their shot at the washed future hall of famer this Sunday and will look for the same type of beating the Bengals put on him last week.
Philadelphia Eagles ($3,600 DK/$4,800 FD) Are back at Met Life Stadium for the Jets. Rookie quarterback Zach Wilson has struggled all year, and will continue to against Phila, who have punished sub par teams in must win situations. In weeks 10, 11, and 8, the Eagles scored 11, 15, and 21 defensive fantasy points against terrible teams, including Detroit and New Orleans.
Miami Dolphins ($3,300 DK/$4,000 FD) will host the G-Men who might be without quarterback Daniel Jones who suffered a neck injury in his last game. Veteran Mike Glennon could get the start and is not the most accurate or mobile of QBs. We saw what they did to Cam Newton last week, why not go back to the Miami well again… who have scored 17, 18, and 28 fantasy points in their last three home games.
San Fransisco Forty-Niners ($3,000 DK/$4,200 FD) Are in the wild card playoff race and in Seattle this Sunday. The Seahawks looked awful Monday night against Washington, and could be headed for a full rebuild next season. Russell Wilson is clearly not himself after his thumb injury, and with the lack of a running game, opposing defenses have shut down DK Metcalf. The Niners want to run the ball, and Seattle has been unable to stop any running backs this season. San Fran should be able to score and control the clock easily on Sunday night.
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