Category: Quick Picks

Rob Gronkowski

The Big Gronkowski

The Dolphins have allowed 100 yards or a touchdown to five straight tight ends so a fair-priced Rob Gronkowski is a lock against them this week.

Washington Monument

Rob Kelley is slated to miss the rest of the season so Chris Thompson will see an uptick in volume versus a beatable Saints rushing defense this weekend in what is projected to be a high-scoring affair. Start him.

Can’t Bear to Watch

Jordan Howard is in a prime smash spot against a Packers team that no longer dominates time of possession and one that allowed Ameer Abdullah to run all over them on Monday Night Football. The Bears love to feature Howard early and often so fantasy owners should “rush” to roster him (pun intended).

Money Saint a Thing

Michael Thomas has led the Saints in targets every week this season so it is about time he had a breakout game. In a matchup against one of the worst secondaries in the league, this should be his week.

Sittin’ By the Doct of the Bay

After playing a career-high 84-percent of the snaps last week, Josh Doctson is ready for a breakout game against a porous Cowboys secondary this week.

Tyrod Goes to the Runner

Tyrod Taylor and the Bills draw an excellent matchup against a Buccaneers defense that let Adrian Peterson and the Cardinals run all over them last week. Now, it is Taylor’s turn to use his dual threat ability to toast this defense on Sunday.

Cali-Fournette-cation

Leonard Fournette has scored in every game as a professional thus far and will now face a defense allowing 133.6 rushing yards per game and 4.5 yards per carry. With another heavy workload headed his way, Fournette is worth rostering in all formats.

Parker and Recreation

This week, DeVante Parker and the Dolphins are the lucky passing offense tasked with torching the porous Titans secondary. Therefore, exposure to him and a few other pieces in the passing game is of the utmost importance.

Watson it for Me?

After watching Russell Wilson tear up this very beatable Titans secondary last week, one can only imagine what a near minimum-priced Deshaun Watson (who threw for 300-plus yards and two touchdowns against the Patriots in Week 3) will do to them this weekend.

Kizer Söze

The Colts rank 27th in defense-adjusted value over average (DVOA) versus the pass through two weeks despite having played the Rams and struggling Cardinals offense. If they can get it done against this Colts team then DeShone Kizer should be able to at minimum price in a dome.