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DFS Fanduel NFL Picks 9/17/17 Week 2 Buffalo Bills vs. Carolina Panthers

DFS Fanduel NFL Picks 9/17/17 Week 2 Buffalo Bills vs. Carolina Panthers

Fanduel NFL Week 2 Picks 9/17/17 Buffalo Bills vs. Carolina Panthers DFS Top Picks for NFL Fanduel & DraftKings

That isn’t that hard to do as the New York Jets are not a very good offensive team, but still, it was the defense that led them to the 21-12 win over New York in their opener. Buffalo is rebuilding and they have gotten rid of some key players on offense, but the defense was pretty much untouched and they allowed the Jets to put up just 214 yards of total offense in the game, including just 38 yards on the ground. The ground attack is all the Jets have, so if you stop that, then you pretty much stop their whole offense. They will be led by their defense for much of the year as the offense just doesn’t seem like they will put up much this year. They have Tyrod Taylor at QB and LeSean McCoy at RB, but the rest of the skill positions are pretty slim, especially with WR Sammy Watkins now playing for the Rams. The running game was tops in the league last year and they started out very strong in that aspect of the offense as they churned out 190 yards on 42 carries against a very solid front wall of the Jets. McCoy led the way with 110 yards on 22 carries, but he didn’t have a TD in the game. Taylor hit 16 of 28 passes for 224 yards with two TDs and an INT in the game. The Bills will look to use their ground game against the Panthers, but it will not be that easy as Carolina has allowed just 92 and 86 ypg on the ground the last two years. Two years ago, the Carolina Panthers were 15-1 in the regular season and made it all the way to the Super Bowl. Last year, they crashed and burned to a 6-10 mark and finished in last place in the NFC South. This year they look to make it back to the postseason and they are off to a nice start after taking out the San Francisco 49ers on the road by a score of 23-3. Just like the Bills, their defense really stepped up against what was one of the worst offenses in the league last year. The Panthers allowed San Francisco just 217 yards of total offense in the game, including just 51 yards on the ground. Last year they allowed just 92 ypg rushing, which was one of the better marks in the league and the year before they allowed just 86 ypg rushing. That run defense will get a strong test in this one against a Bills team that put up 190 yards rushing on the Jets in game one, after league the league in rushing last year. The Panthers needed their defense to play well against the Niners as their offense did not have a great game. They put up just 287 yards in the game, including just 171 through the air. Many feel that Cam Newton has lost something and he didn’t look that great when he played in the preseason. He hit just 14 of 25 passes for 171 yards with two TDs and an INT in the win over the Niners. He also ran for just three yards and that is not like him. Rookie Christian McCaffrey had a decent first game as he ran for 47 yards on 13 carries. Jonathan Stewart led the team in rushing with 65 yards 0n 18 carries. The Buffalo Bills had a good opening win against the Jets, but they clearly are not a team that can challenge for a playoff spot this year as their offense is very weak and they seem to be in rebuilding mode. The Carolina Panthers shut down a bad San Francisco offense and while they won the game by 20, they still didn’t look that good on offense. Cam Newton is just not the same player he was a few years ago and he will be facing a very tough defense in this one. The Bills will use their ground game to wear down the Panthers in this one and while they may not win the game out right.

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