So, my friend from college sent me a photo today of a T-shirt.  Now, I don’t know if it’s because he saw my lineup fail miserably in FanDuel, if he read my column last week, or if he just knows that I love anything fantasy related.  The shirt read as follows: “The process was correct, F*ck you, Nick Foles.” Co-sign, T-shirt maker. The last comment I got on my streamers column last week was, “Want to get away? SMH.”  Yes, kind sir, I was shaking my head too, because while the calls were correct (remember, this IS a streamers column, meaning they are far from a sure thing), the advice didn’t work out.  Ryan Fitzpatrick, meh.  Nick Foles?  No thanks, bro.

So I don’t need to get away, but I will get back to business this week.

 

Quarterbacks

Derek Carr (48%) at Chicago — What a difference a year makes.  Okay, well, Amari Cooper helps, too.  Carr is the perfect bye week replacement for Tom Brady or injury replacement for a number of guys.  Carr is a top 10 option this week and will be a borderline QB1 going forward.

I’d start him over: Russell Wilson, Philip Rivers, Drew Brees.

I’d sit him for: Tyrod Taylor, Andy Dalton, Cam Newton.

Tyrod Taylor (62%) vs. New York Giants — He’s not a streamer option anymore, and his 26% uptick over the past few days shows this.  Taylor is in my top-5 for the week.

I’d start him over: Andy Dalton, Russell Wilson, Cam Newton.

I’d sit him for: Aaron Rodgers, Andrew Luck, Matt Ryan.

How did I do last week?

Ryan Fitzpatrick — 17.62 fantasy points (35-of-58 for 283 yards, 2 touchdowns and 3 interceptions.)

Nick Foles — 7.88 fantasy points (19-of-28 for 197 yards, 0 touchdowns and 1 interceptions.)

 

Tight Ends

Charles Clay (51%) vs. New York Giants — He’s up 34% this week, and he’s coming off two straight games with a touchdown.  It’s going to be three straight against the Giants, who can’t stop tight ends.

I’d start him over: Tyler Eifert, Kyle Rudolph, Jason Witten.

I’d sit him for: Jordan Reed, Jimmy Graham, Martellus Bennett.

Eric Ebron (56%) at Seattle — With Tyler Eifert, Jordan Reed and Ladarius Green getting a lot of the early season attention, Ebron has flown under the radar.  He shouldn’t make another appearance on this list, as he’s a fringe TE1 each week going forward.

I’d start him over: Coby Fleener, Jordan Cameron, Owen Daniels.

I’d sit him for: Charles Clay, Jordan Reed, Tyler Eifert.

How did I do last week?

Crockett Gillmore — 5.50 fantasy points.

Eric Ebron — 8.10 fantasy points.

 

Defense & Special Teams

San Diego (3%) vs. Cleveland — Again, I’m not a big fan of streaming bad defenses, but I’ll take my chances against Cleveland.  Was tempted to put Minnesota here, so consider them if you’re in a bind.

I’d start them over: Philadelphia, Indianapolis, Atlanta.

I’d sit them for: Green Bay, Cincinnati, Carolina.

How did I do last week?

Cincinnati — 3 fantasy points.

 

Kickers

Chandler Catanzaro (14%) vs. St. Louis — High scoring offense.  Accurate kicker.  Indoors.  Sign me up.

I’d start him over: Dan Bailey, Josh Brown, Adam Vinatieri.

I’d sit him for: Mason Crosby, Steven Hauschka, Brandon McManus.

How did I do last week?

Matt Prater — 0 fantasy points.

 

 

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  1. Green man says:
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    Howdy man

    I’m in a .5 PPR league are you trading my Lamar miller for Todd Gurley?

    My rbs are hill, gore, Doug Martin, miller, Matt jones, and Antonio Andrews.

  2. Dom B says:
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    Is there any need to hold on to Crockett Gilmore with Witten.

    Would you drop Crockett Gilmore for Andre Williams ESPN report says he might win starting job here is my roster

    QB Phillip Rivers
    RB Leveon Bell
    RB Latavius Murray
    WR Julio Jones
    WR AJ Green
    TE Jason Witten
    Flex Keenan Allen
    Bench
    QB ELI MANNING
    RB Jonathan Stewart
    WR Steve Smith
    WR JOHN BROWN
    RB GIO BERNARD
    TE CROCKETT GILMORE

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