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Ryan Fitzpatrick NYJ @ PIT DK ($5,100) FD ($6,900):
Fitzpatrick has had a pretty lackluster start to the season. In 4 games, he has thrown only 4 TDs and 10 INT. One thing to note about this however is that he is throwing the ball a lot. He has attempted over 35 passes in every game this season and he has had over 40 in the last two. His rough patch of 9 INT over the last two games were up against some pretty good secondaries, the Chiefs and Seahawks. This week, he is against the Steelers whose defense is average to say the least. The steelers. Their defense has allowed the third most average passing yards per game at 317. This game has a high-total at 48 and at a price like this, Fitzpatrick is definitely someone to consider to try and compete with a high-scoring Steelers offence.
Carson Wentz PHI @ DET DK ($6,400) FD ($7,500)
The rookie has had a modest start to the season for the Eagles, the defense getting a lot of credit for their wins. He has not thrown an INT through his first 3 career NFL games. He is middle of the pack (13th) in TDs per game at 1.7. He and his team had a dominating performance in his previous game, prior to PHI’s W4 BYE week, in which he had 300 yards and 2 TDs. Additionally, he is definitely feeling more comfortable, getting rid of his rookie jitters as his completion percentage has improved dramatically since the first Week of the season (W1:59%, W2:62%, W3:74%). The Lions defense have not been sharp whatsoever thus far this season as they given up a league high 12 passing TDs, plus, their opponent passing% is second highest in the NFL at 70%. With a somewhat high total at 46.5, expect Wentz and the Eagles to assert dominance against the struggling Lions.
Terrance West BAL vs WAS DK ($4,800) FD ($6,400)
West had a monster game against the Raiders last week. In 21 carries, West ran for 113 yards and had a TD. It was his first game this season with over 12 carries. He certainly made a statement for himself to earn more carries on the Ravens offence. He is up against an abysmal Redskins run defense that has a league-high 8 rushing TDs and 3rd most 133 rushYards/game. This has been a worrying trend for the Redskins, ongoing from last year where they were bottom 10 in most rushing defense categories. Coming off a good game and up against a poor rush defence, expect West to get a decent amount of carries and opportunities to help the offence.
Jordan Howard CHI @ IND DK ($5,200) FD ($7,200)
Howard got his first start last week after Jeremy Langford received an injury in week 3. He played very well collecting over 100 rushing yards despite not scoring a TD. The Bears are giving him the ball a lot , and he is even making receptions as he recorded 3 for 21 yards last week against the Lions. This week the Bears are against the struggling Colts. The Colts rush defence is middle of the pack when it comes to yards allowed per carry (4.2). Howard will be looking for his first career TD Sunday and getting his team their second win in a row would mean a lot to him so look for him to be an impact player.
Brandon Marshall NYJ @ PIT DK ($7,100) FD ($7,600)
With Eric Decker injured, Marshall is the supreme receiver for the Jets, and he is going to get a lot of targets since Fitzpatrick throws the ball a lot. He has been up against some tough defenses as of late, only catching 7 of 22 targets in the last two games, however, up against a Steelers defense that allows an 19th ranked completion percentage of 64%, expect Fitzpatrick and Marshall to hook up for at least 6 receptions in at least 12 targets in a high point total game (48).
Dontrelle Inman SD @ OAK DK ($4,100) FD ($6,100)
Inman had 11 targets last week against the Saints and he is making a case for Rivers’ favorite target with Keenan Allen injured. With his 11 targets, Inman caught 7 for 120 yards and a TD. Up against another poor pass defense in the Raiders who allow the most average passing yards per game in the NFL at 326, Inman is looking to continue his hotness in a game with an over/under of 50.5. In his last game against the Raiders, on December 24 2015, Inman racked up 8 receptions on 13 targets for 82 yards and a TD, thus, he definitely knows their secondary well and he has the potential to play around it perfectly.
Zach Ertz PHI @ DET DK ($3,500) FD ($5,600)
After having a remarkable week 1 where he caught 6 of 7 targets for 58 yards, Ertz missed 2 games with an injury. He is back this week against the Lions and he is looking to abuse their poor defense against tight ends. The Lions have allowed 6 TDs to tight ends this year which is most jaw dropping to say the least. Dating back to last year, Ertz has caught more than 5 passes in 5 consecutive games, including one game where he caught an insane 13 of 17 targets. He ended off the season in 2015 with back-to-back 100 yard games so he is not your typical tight end, he is much much more than that.
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