Week two we gave you a free-bee, Rondale Moore, who was priced on DraftKings at $4,000 and put up a stat line of 7-114-1 giving the rookie 27.4 FPTS. This week we have plenty more value on this 13 game main slate.
Remember we can’t only roster studs. Sure, Kyler Murray paired up with Deandre Hopkins and Derrick Henry as your RB1 is a no brainer to plug in. But in order for that formula to work you would need to hit on a few minimum and middle range salary players as well. There’s value again at all positions this week, even at quarterback. Perhaps you do not want to spend up for Murray this week, no problem.
Value Running Back:
Clyde Edwards-Helaire ($4,800 DK/$6,500 FD) yes he had the game deciding fumble Monday night in Baltimore and only put up just over two fantasy points, but his price is too low, especially playing the Chargers defense who rank 30th against the run. Tyreek Hill and Travis Kelce are facing a tough matchup, CEH will be targeted in the pass game as well.
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More Value at Running Back:
Cordarrelle Patterson ($4,600 DK/$5,900 FD) vultured a goaline carry from Mike Davis last week to score a touchdown as well as line up as a wide receiver to catch five balls for 58 yards and another touchdown. Atlanta has clearly placed more trust in Patterson, who will have a Giants defense that already allowed over 250 yards in to games to running backs.
Value at Wide Receiver:
Quintez Cephus ($3,900 DK/$5,300 FD) other than T.J. Hockenson, Cepheus has caught a touchdown in each of the first two games of the season. Now facing a Baltimore team who will be missing four defensive tackles due to Covid-19 protocols, Cephus should receive the same amount of volume.
K.J. Osborn ($3,500 DK/$5,100 FD) is the second-year Viking wide-out who has become very involved in the passing offense this season. In only two games he has seen 15 targets, catching 12 of them for 167 yards and one touchdowns. He will be facing a generous Seattle defense who has been allowing 271 yards per game in the air.
Value at Tight End:
Maxx Williams ($3,200 DK/$4,700 FD) caught seven of eight targets last week for 94 yards against the Vikings. Williams has Jacksonville, which are 23rd in the league in defending the tight end so far this year.
Value at Quarterback:
Justin Fields ($5,200 DK/$6500 FD) the Bears 10th overall pick from Ohio State will finally get his first start after Andy Dalton went down with a knee injury last week. Not only will Fields get it done on the ground with his legs, he will put it the ball in the air against a Cleveland defense who already has allowed five passing touchdowns in two games.
Now go and win your lineup and let us know how you did.
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