Week 6 Daily Fantasy Football Advice: Quarterback picks, values
Leonard Fournette going against a bad Rams run defense is a pretty safe call. Hopefully, the Falcons drew up some touchdown scoring plays for Julio Jones during the bye week. The Broncos going against a depleted Giants offense feels like fun. Hey everyone, Drew Brees is back! So is Leonard Fournette. Harmon's thinking outside the box by going with Doug Martin against a Cardinals defense that's been pretty stingy versus running backs.
You know who hasn't been stingy? Which is good news for Kelvin Benjamin. Chris Hogan probably hasn't gotten enough love from us fantasy writer types. Thankfully, there's Matt Harmon and the Jets secondary. Travis Kelce is like having an extra receiver in the lineup.
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Expect more of the same high-risk, high-reward play this week, except that Hopkins doesn't get docked for potential interceptions. Anderson , RB, Denver Broncos.
If the goal is to pay for volume in DFS, why doesn't Anderson cost more? Despite already having his bye, Anderson is one of just three backs with at least 20 carries on three separate occasions this season. The other two Ezekiel Elliott and Leonard Fournette are always priced well above the Broncos' bell cow.
Yes, the Denver backfield is a little crowded, but Anderson has established he is the lead back. Now rested, in a Sunday night game that the Broncos figure to control from start to finish against the fourth worst run defense in football, Anderson is a worthy choice. The Browns don't necessarily have a true number one option in their passing game, but Louis has been the busiest receiver over the past two weeks: The Browns could start Kevin Hogan this week under center, which might actually be an overall upgrade to the passing game over DeShone Kizer.
The Texans defense is now without J. Watt and Whitney Mercilus for the rest of the season, which should allow the Browns to better protect whoever plays quarterback and buy him time. Louis may not have a huge ceiling, but his recent volume is a positive trend to track.
The rookie out of Iowa caught 7 passes on nine targets for 83 yards and a touchdown in Week 5 versus the Colts. Kittle made two key grabs including the touchdown catch on the 49ers fourth quarter drive to send the game to OT and he has the route running skill set to produce as the "move" tight end in Kyle Shanahan's system.
I like the value here with Kittle versus a Redskins defense giving up an average of The Packers came into Week 5 with a That total ranked eighth best and Green Bay improved it to a