by Nick Ercolano
September 25, 2017
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Rob Gronkowski (NE)
Jordan Reed (WAS)
Greg Olsen (CAR)
Tyler Eifert (CIN)
Jimmy Graham (SEA)
Last week my play of the week at TE was Ebron going against the GMEN (Zach Ertz won't be on the WW but he's a must start against this NYG defense, even if you need to flex him) - Best alternative options at TE for Week 3, they might be available in your league - Jack Doyle vs. CLV who let up 6-41-2 touchdowns to Jesse James in Week 1 and 8-91 to Ben Watson last week + Doyle is coming off a really strong 8-79 week 2. I don't hate Austin Hooper this week @ DET - Darius Slay will look to lock down Julio while they just let up 5 catches for 87 yards and touchdown to NYG TEs, over/under of 50.5, second highest of Week 3. Speaking of NYG TE's, Evan Engram isn't a bad play @ PHI, I don't love him but PHI did just get torched by Travis Kelce and Engram is more than capable of running the same type of athletic routes as Kelce. Jared Cook is playing in this week's highest ov/under total 54.5 at Washington, who have let up 95 and 93 yards to TEs (Ertz and Gerald Everett) in back-to-back weeks. I like Zach Miller with a 4-5 catch floor in a game they should be trailing to Pittsburg heavily. Ben Watson should continued to get peppered with targets in Baltimore. A super dart-throw is ASJ for NYJ, wrote him up in my WW sheet, this is for deeper leagues, and desperate guys, but he's their only true RZ target, will throw a lot of course and Miami just got torched by Hunter Henry last week.
Jordy Nelson/Randall Cobb - GB (WR)
Corey Coleman - CLV (WR)
Rob Kelley - RB (WAS)
Jordan Howard - RB (CHI)
DeMarco Murray/Corey Davis - RB/WR (TEN)
Sam Bradford - QB (MIN)
John Brown - WR (ARZ)
CB Ratings out of 96 CBs.
Keenan Allen - (@LAC) vs. Philip Gaines (KC)
Allen Hurns - (JAC) vs. Ladarius Webb (BAL) in London
Mike Evans (TB) vs. Xavier Rhodes (@MIN)
Terrelle Pryor (@WAS) vs. David Amerson (OAK)
J.J. Nelson (@ARZ) vs. Nolan Carroll/Chidobe Awuzie (DAL)
Demaryius Thomas (DEN) vs. E.J. Gaines (@BUF)
Baltimore (vs. Jax) & Ten (vs. SEA)
Other WRs expected to be shadowed:
New York Jets
Arizona Cardinals/Philadelphia Eagles
My must starts from Week 2 were Ty Montgomery, both Mike Gillislee and James White, Bilal Powell and Eric Ebron... So 4 out of 5 ain't bad.
1. Zach Ertz - PHI (TE) vs. NYG
2. Cam Newton/Kelvin Benjamin - CAR (QB/WR) vs. NO
3. Ameer Abdullah - DET (RB) vs. ATL
4. Jack Doyle - IND (TE) vs. CLV
5. Isaiah Crowell - CLV (RB) @ IND
Last week I talked about Gurley and Fournette.
This week we're talking about Gurley again.
Todd Gurley - RB (LAR)
- as for Fournette, last week probably would've been the time to sell as I said, but he's fine going forward as a high-end RB2, with RB1 workload. Chris Ivory did get a surprisingly high number of touches with 9, and a lot of passing down work, but whatever.
Jarvis Landry - WR (MIA)
These first three I shouldn't have to explain but I'm getting a lot of questions about them.
Le'Veon Bell - RB (PIT)
Michael Thomas - WR (NO)
A.J. Green - WR (CIN)
These next three were all in my trade targets video for weeks 1-4:
Joe Mixon - RB (CIN)
Isaiah Crowell - RB (CLV)
Marcus Mariota/Corey Davis/Rishard Matthews - QB/WRs (TEN)
Kelvin Benjamin - WR (CAR)
- Russell Wilson
1. Paul Perkins - just awful, no o-line, Darkwa should get more work.
2. Jeremy Hill
3. Latavius Murray
4. Eddie Lacy
5. C.J. Prosise
6. Rawls if you need to
7. Andrew Luck if you need to
8. BAL WRs not named Maclin. Leads WRs with 9 targets, 87 yards and 2 touchdowns. Wallace and Perriman have combined for 11 targets and 20 receiving yards...
9. Marshall - It's clear the Gmen are barely going to be able to support one fantasy WR in Odell.
10. John Brown - missing another game in Week 3, would bet he misses around 6 games all together, limited in others.
My 3 streamers for Week 2 were Baltimore, Jacksonville and Cincy. Baltimore was the easy chalk play with 17 fantasy points, the other 2 I said I was skeptical about and Jackonsville showed it's true colors.
If Sam Bradford doesn't play for some reason, TB becomes a great option. And I honestly wouldn't hate either CLV or IND defense in the matchup against each other. I'd probably prefer Cleveland because I think they'll control the clock more with their ground game.
As far as I'm concerned, any win percentage over 51% is a DUB.
Record on the Season (3-2)
Week 1 #LoTCs
Week 2 #LoTCs
Week 3 #LoTCs
Another 2-2 week, but I got a W in my ETGD league which is fine. I'd rather go 1-3 with a win in that league than 3-1 with an L there, I'm serious.
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