If you didn’t have Matt Stafford (Staffchize) or Calvin Johnson for Sunday’s games, you likely lost. The two combined for ridiculous numbers, most notably Megatron’s 329 yards. I apologize for not recommending him. My pick of Dez Bryant was just not enough.
For the Monday game at DraftKings.com, the choices are… mostly bare, especially at quarterback.
I have a ton of money left over, so it probably won’t help to stack up on value options. Might as well get the Seahawks defense and kicker.
Andy Dalton, $7,300. He’s on a hot streak and won’t be cooling off on a short week. Dalton, surprisingly, has the most upside of these quarterbacks. Tannehill has had more than 20 Fantasy Points yet, while Russell Wilson isn’t a must-buy on the road.
Marshawn Lynch, $7,300. The Rams rush defense has been like a sieve lately and Lynch isn’t going to let up. This is a pretty easy play in my book. Zac Stacy, $3,500. Even though the matchup sucks, we know Stacy will get the touches. That’s all I need.
Marvin Jones, $4,200. Yes, everyone will have him, but you don’t want to be left out. Jones is a TD fiend, already scoring in four games this season. A.J. Green, $8,000. Easily, the best receiver out of these two games, I’ll spend my money on him. Now with Jones getting more attention, things could get easier for Green… maybe.
Mike Wallace, $5,700. With the Bengals beat up in the secondary, Wallace has some upside. Plus, there aren’t many options left.
Tyler Eifert, $3,400. I just don’t think Charles Clay should cost $2,000 more than these other guys. It makes no sense to waste money on him.
Caleb Sturgis, $3,000. Sturgis can boot it and the Dolphins will move the ball on Cincy. Dolphins DEF, $2,700. Everyone knows the Bengals aren’t as good on the road and you’d think they would turn it over a couple times. I’ll take the cheapest option available.
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