Marshawn Lynch will have room to roll on Monday
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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