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Elite Option: Jordy Nelson GB vs NYG (DK: $7900 FD: $8400)
Nelson has been terrific since rejoining the Packers offense. Him and Aaron Rogers have picked up right where they left off. Nelson sees himself tied for the league lead in receiving TDs, with 4, despite having his bye week already. This game has the second highest O/U at 48.0 which means there should be a lot of scoring. Green Bay has seen itself to a 2-1 record despite having the fewest amount of yards in the league. This is in large part due to their bye week but if you look deeper you will also see they are also 29th in Yrd/G, averaging only 293.7. They have been efficient with their offense and a large part of it has been due to the return of Nelson to their WR core. Of the 7 passing TDs they have, Nelson has recorded 4 of them. This is a testament to how much trust Rogers has in him in the red zone and also his ability to make a huge play. According to The Score, Nelson has logged 10 “Big Plays” this season, in just 3 games, the longest being a 49 yard catch. Nelson should figure to see a lot of targets and chances to make him sef valuable this week. If the two QBs start getting into high flying duel, it could bode well for fantasy players and Nelson.
Mid-High Range: Brandon Marshall NYJ vs PIT (DK: $7100 FD: $7600)
Marshall and the Jets will be traveling to Heinz field to take on the Pittsburgh Steelers. It’s looking more and more like Decker will miss another week due to a shoulder injury, only boosting the value of Marshall. Last week, without Decker, Marshall saw 12 targets. Although he only turned that into 4 catches, a lot of that can be attributed to Richard Sherman, who shadowed Marshall for a majority of the game. Even against one of the league’s best corners, Marshall was able to pull in 4 catches for 89 yards and a touchdown. This game is tied with the GB/NYG game with an O/U of 48.0, which means a lot of scoring. With the Steelers high octane offense clicking on all cylinders we wouldn’t be surprised to see Fitzpatrick have to air it out 40+ times, creating more opportunities for Marshall. The Jets do a good job moving Marshall around the field, which means he’ll see time against both Ross Cockrell and William Gay. Marshall has a pretty substantial size advantage on both, which he can use to his advantage in the red zone and downfield. It would be best to have him in your lineups.
Value Pick: Sammie Coates NYJ vs PIT (DK: $3600 FD: $5300)
With Eli Rodgers looking to be out of the lineup yet again, it opens up opportunities for Coates to a productive piece of the dangerous Steelers offence. Coates has been able to do a lot with the few passes that come his way. He is averaging 25.69 YPC which is an outstanding amount. With Antonio Brown and Le’Veon Bell taking most of the attention away from opposing defences, it has allowed for Coates to find some open field and take advantage of some lapses in opponents defensive alignments. This week should be a high scoring affair and Big Ben should be lookinh to many different options to accumulate for his passing yards. As Brown, Bell and Wheaton drive downfield, some gaps will be open for Coates midfield. With his ability to turn in some big yardage catches, he can offer some salary relief with huge upside. If he can see a small uptick in receptions and perhaps even a score, he will more than likely hit value easily. This is especially true on Draftkings.
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Michael Liegghio has been a sports fan for as long as he can remember and has been following hockey and baseball intently for all that time. For the past 2 years he has enjoyed playing fantasy sports on a daily basis and has many wins to show for it. With a love of research into advanced and non-conventional stats, Michael can consistently pick the winners. His mantra? “You have to trust the process!”