Donovan Peoples-Jones ($4,400 DK/$5,100 FD) crushed behind the paywall last week, with the break-up of OBJ in Cleveland, DPJ took advantage of the opportunity and scored us over 16 FPTS, that’s 4X! There is plenty more where that came from, if you like to play the studs this week, you will need value players!
Let’s get ready for Week 10, Tom Brady is in a great spot this week. Coming off a bye and an upset loss to the Saints in Week 8, you can smell the beating he is going to pour on Washington…but he is third most expensive this week. We need value to plug in The GOAT.
Pat Freiermuth ($3,900 DK/$5,100 FD) Was all over highlights on ESPN when he caught two touchdowns for the Steelers on Monday night. The tight end has made himself a preferred target of Ben Roetlisberger, who can barely throw an accurate ball over ten yards these days. He’s averaged double digit fantasy points over the last three games, so take advantage of his low salary before it goes up.
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Value at Quarterback:
Taylor Heinicke ($5,400 DK/$6,900 FD) Will need to put the ball up plenty this weekend against the defending champs. Tampa allows over 250 yards per game to quarterbacks, and ranks twentieth in the league. In a game where Washington will be unable to run and forced to throw, Heinicke has decent value and worth paying down for especially in a GPP lineup.
Value at Running Back:
D’Ernest Johnson ($4,700 DK/$5,400 FD) Keep a close eye on Nick Chubb’s Covid protocol status. If he is held out by not being able to produce two negative tests, Johnson is a must start as your RB two. Back in Week 7 in the same scenario, he racked up 146 yards on the ground with a touchdown, for a total of 24 FPTS.
Mark Ingram II ($4,500 DK/$5,500 FD) Has been brought back to New Orleans and has given his career a much needed boost. Alvin Kamara has been unable to practice this week from a knee injury. If he can’t give it a go, Ingram is very capable of filling in the lead back role and the price is right.
Brandon Bolden ($4,400 DK/$5,100 FD) Another key injury status, New England’s backfield of Damion Harris and Rhamondre Stevenson are both in concussion protocol, if they both sit Bolden would be a nice GPP flyer to take a shot on, especially if both D’Ernest and Ingram II are both starting, Bolden would be far less owned.
Value at Wide Receiver:
Tyler Johnson ($3,300 DK/$5,100 FD) Antonio Brown and Chris Godwin are trending in the wrong direction for Sunday, so if they both remain sidelined, Johnson is a lock for an uptick in volume. Before the bye against New Orleans he caught five of six for 65 yards. Excellent at his salary in the $3k range.
Michael Gallup ($4,000 DK/$5,500 FD) should be ready to go from being on IR since Week 1. He would be ideal in a GPP, because he has been off the radar for so long as well as the possible lack of usage. Boom or bust play for Sunday and not recommended for cash games.
Value at Tight End:
O. J. Howard ($2,700 DK/$4,600 FD) Gronkowski is another Buccaneer who can’t seem to get back on the field. If he is again ruled out, The Goat prefers Howard over Brate to throw to at tight end because of his athletic big frame. And we love those sub $3k guys, with the upside potential, great for GPPs.
Now go and win with your lineups and let us know how you did.
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