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:) This former A- list mostly television actress from a hit almost network show seems to have amnesia about the time she hooked up with this former A list politician.Her memory only seems to work well when it is advantageous to her.Gets the biggest bumnp with Gronk out), Adam Humphries (if the bye weeks have you needing a WR3/flex, Humphries has at least six catches in each of the past two weeks on 17 targets, second on the team), Doug Martin (when he returned last year from injury, he averaged 21.3 touches per game, but he’s only going to have one true day of practice given the short week.Jacquizz Rodgers will likely still be involved in some capacity in passing situations, but the running back landscape is too barren to ignore Martin in a potentially hihg-scoring game), James White (he played a season-high snap share last week and has been a top-30 back in three of four games with two weeks as a top-20 option while Tampa Bay has allowed big receiving games to backs in two of three games) 49ers @ Colts Trust: Carlos Hyde (even with the injury scare last week, he handled 42 percent of the team touches and is averaging a career-high 4.3 receptions per game while the Colts have allowed more and more rushing yardage in each week of the season so far) Bust: Jack Doyle (he’s been a top-20 tight end just once while teams have targeted their tight ends a league-low 11.9 percent of the time versus the 49ers), Donte Moncrief (even with the touchdown last week, his snaps dropped once again as Kamar Aiken has surpassed him on the depth chart) Reasonable Return: T. Hilton (he has been a top-50 scorer just once, but that one came in a similar matchup as San Francisco has allowed five top-24 receivers to start the year), Pierre Garcon (his downs have come in predictable matchup scares and while Vontae Davis returned last week, he’s not the scare he was a few years ago as a guy to run completely away from), Brian Hoyer (the Colts have allowed 15 or more points to every quarterback they’ve faced so far), Jacoby Brissett (echo those thoughts for Brissett as a 2QB league/Superflex option as San Francisco has allowed 649 passing yards the past two weeks), Marquise Goodwin (only an option if you're chasing a fill-in that could connect on a long ball against a secondary allowing plenty of them), Frank Gore (he’s had double-digit scoring and a top-30 week in each of the past three games while the game script should be in order to make him RB2/flex viable) Jets @ Browns Trust: Bilal Powell (even though he shared opportunity with Elijah Mc Guire, Powell handled 66 percent of the rushing attempts and 46 of the team touches last week and has steadily produced high-end results with any actual opportunity he's received), Austin Seferian-Jenkins (he has a pedestrian 9-77 total through two games, but the Browns are a premier target for tight end plays, allowing a top-5 scoring week in three of four games to players such as Jesse James, Ben Watson and Tyler Kroft) Bust: De Shone Kizer (Kizer has progressively gotten worse as a passer in terms of actual output and the Jets defense has been better than assumed, allowing just 203 passing yards to opposing quarterbacks per game), Kenny Britt (he has 18 targets the past two weeks, but has turned those into just six receptions), Elijah Mc Guire (he should flirt with a dozen touches, but the yards from scrimmage floor isn’t as strong as other players in his flex bucket of the position) Reasonable Return: Duke Johnson (he’s the only Cleveland player to have any confidence level in right now and while you can’t keep banking on a touchdown each week, he’s leading the team in targets, receptions and receiving yards over the past three weeks), Jermaine Kearse/Robby Anderson (both are fringe flex plays if you’re in deep need as they each enter the week tied in targets.
Gates is getting more steady opportunity weekly, but Henry still has upside as a streaming option), Eli Manning(he’s bounced back with two QB1 weeks for fantasy and the Giants’ run game still can’t be trusted to take advantage of a poor Los Angeles rush defense), Evan Engram (he’s tied for fourth in receptions for all tight ends and has 25 targets over the past three weeks, taking advantage of playing so many passing snaps), Wayne Gallman (he turned in 50 yards from scrimmage on 13 touches last week and he made 3.8 yards per carry look like the reincarnation of Tiki Barber compared to what the Giants run game has given us so far.
If he doesn’t fall into the end zone, you’ve got nothing), Marvin Jones (he’s hit double-digit scoring just once with three or fewer catches in every game), Theo Riddick (Abdullah has squeezed his opportunity as he’s failed to hit 40 yards from scrimmage in a game this season), Eric Ebron (his annual breakout is still on delay as he’s been a top-30 scoring tight end just once) Reasonable Return: Cam Newton (he smashed New England a week ago after a dreadful start to the season, but there’s a chicken and egg dilemma still in play of if that was solely the matchup or that he’s truly back on track while Detroit has yet to allow a passer to score higher than QB23 on the season), Kelvin Benjamin/Devin Funchess (Funchess has 26 targets over the past three weeks and lines up at all three receiver spots, which will get him an advantage.
Benjamin has been a WR2 in each of his past two full games, but will also contend with Darius Slay more often), Christian Mc Caffrey (he’s been an RB2 just one week so far, but hasn’t finished lower than a RB3/flex in any game so far), Ameer Abdullah (he’s one of just three backs to have 17 touches in every game this season, but Carolina has allowed 80 or fewer rushing yards in three of their four games and not allowed an individual rusher to hit 60 yards in a game this season), Golden Tate (he’s been up and down to start, with some real lows, but Carolina has stopped speed boundary types so far while allowing reception mavens to do more damage), Matthew Stafford (he’s been the QB17 and lower in each of the past three weeks, averaging 198.3 passing yards in those games.
Patriots @ Buccaneers Trust: Tom Brady (This is actually Brady's first ever NFL start in Tampa Bay.
He has thrown 15 touchdowns to one interception in six career non-Week 1 Thursday games and the Bucs have just allowed back to back top-5 weeks to Case Keenum and Eli Manning), Jameis Winston (he’s turned in 300-yard passing games versus the Giants and Vikings while every quarterback to face New England has hit 300-yards this season), Mike Evans (he’s had a couple of tough individual assignments the past two weeks, but is all systems go against a secondary hemorrhaging passing yardage), Chris Hogan (he hasn’t had more than five catches or 78 receving yards in any game, but has scored three straight weeks and has been the wide receiver used the most in the red zone), Brandin Cooks (he’s had just one top-30 week through the opening month, but Tampa Bay is allowing the most receptions and yards per game to opposing wideouts to chase a big week in a potentially high-scoring game against Vernon Hargreaves) Bust: Mike Gillislee (this game should feature scoring, so I won’t fault anyone for chasing a short plunge into the paint, but Tampa Bay is allowing just 2.7 yards per carry and 65.3 rushing yards to backfields and Gillislee is givign you nothing in the passing game), O. Howard(New England has been a target for tight ends to start the year, but he’s had just four catches on the year and you’re counting on another busted play to carry you), Dwayne Allen/Jacob Hollister (it's hard to hop efor anything more than a touchdown here, but with Lavonte David and Kwon Alexander out, they may make a play or two) Reasonable Return: De Sean Jackson (his volatility has been on full display with 18.4 points in Week 2 and 10.9 points total in his other two games, but we’re making a play on an upside week against the Pats’ secondary in a similar faship to Cooks), Cameron Brate (his targets and yardage have gone up in every game while New England has allowed the fourth-most points to opposing tight ends), Danny Amendola (he has two top-15 scoring weeks in three games while Tampa Bay has allowed five or more catches to all three of the primary slot receivers they’ve faced.