Last week was a good week to pay up for defense, as we mentioned Tampa Bay beating up on rookie Justin Fields and the Bears. The Bucs scored 21 FPTS. on defense giving you seven times their salary, allowing only three points, forcing two fumbles, three interceptions, and four sacks.
Before coach Matt Nagy decides to pull the plug, we should continue to look for Chicago match ups. This week the Niners and Nick Bosa are in town, and should still be able to get at Fields, who has shown to buckle under pressure in his rookie campaign.
San Fransisco 49ers DST ($3,500 DK/$4,600) Bosa and company will look to punish rookie QB Justin Fields, who has thrown two touchdowns to seven interceptions for the season. The writing is on the wall for fantasy points, take San Fran.
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Cincinnati Bengals ($3,600 DK/$4,900 FD) Are at MetLife Stadium this weekend to face the Jets, who will be without rookie Zack Wilson, not that it matters. The Jets are starting Matt White, who before last week never took an NFL snap. The Bengals have stepped up their pass rush, sacking Lamar Jackson five times last week, they should be able to get to White on Sunday.
Buffalo Bills ($3,300 DK/$4,700 FD) Earlier this season in Miami, Buffalo put quarterback Tua Tagovailoa on IR and shut them out 35-0. They are coming off a rested bye week and a tough loss to the Titans, expect them to take their frustration out on the fish this weekend.
Seattle Seahawks ($2,800 DK/$4,300 FD) Are tough at home as we saw on Monday night against the Saints, who were held to only13 points. This week Jacksonville is in town who have had issues all season long with turning the ball over. Trevor Lawrence will be up against the wall facing a hungry Seattle defense looking to help pull out a win at home with its “Twelfth Man”.
Detroit Lions ($2,300 DK/$3,200 FD) I know, is this a typo, the winless Lions? But they give us an opportunity this week to pay down against one of the most turnover prone and lackluster offenses in the NFL, Philadelphia. The Eagles are loaded with talent but the play calling of the coaching staff has been horrendous and the players have been misused. Jalen Hurts also has been rumored to possibly be benched soon if his poor performances continue. Detroit at home is worth a shot, six FPTS. Is what we are aiming for, totally reachable.
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