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1) Drew Brees vs Atl
2) Lamar Jackson vs Cin
3) Kyler Murray vs TB
4) Russell Wilson vs SF
5) Aaron Rodgers vs Car
6) Matt Ryan vs NO
7) Phillip Rivers vs Oak
8) Jimmy Garoppolo vs Sea
9) Patrick Mahomes* vs Ten
10) Jameis Winston vs Ari
11) Josh Allen vs Cle
12) Dak Prescott vs Min
13) Mathew Stafford vs Chi
14) Derek Carr vs LAC
15) Kirk Cousins vs Dal
16) Jared Goff vs Pit
17) Brian Hoyer vs Mia
18) Daniel Jones vs NYJ
19) Ryan Tannehill vs KC
20) Mitchell Trubisky vs Det

Jordan: I really like Jimmy G’s match-up this week on Monday night vs Seattle. We’ve seen so far this season that teams have found success throwing against Seattle’s struggling secondary.  Yes, Jimmy has only scored more than 20 fantasy points in a week twice this season – BUT – he has thrown 6 touchdown passes in his last two games.

If you’re in a pinch this week, six teams are on a bye.  This could be Garoppolo’s best match-up of the season.

1) Christian McCaffrey vs Car
2) Alvin Kamara* vs Atl
3) Saquon Barkley vs NYJ
4) Aaron Jones vs Car

5) Dalvin Cook vs Dal
6) Ezekiel Elliott vs Min
7) Nick Chubb vs Buf
8) Marlon Mack vs Mia
9) Josh Jacobs vs LAC
10) Mark Ingram vs Cin
11) Chris Carson vs SF
12) Derrick Henry vs KC
13) Tevin Coleman vs Sea
14) Melvin Gordon vs Oak
15) Devin Singletary vs Cle
16) Le’Veon Bell vs NYG
17) Todd Gurley vs Pit
18) Jaylen Samuels vs LAR
19) David Montgomery vs Det
20) Kenyan Drake vs TB
21) Austin Ekeler vs Oak
22) Jamaal Williams vs Car
23) Damien Williams vs Ten
24) Latavius Murray vs Atl
25) Devonta Freeman vs NO
26) Ronald Jones vs Ari
27) David Johnson* vs TB
28) Matt Breida vs Sea
29) Joe Mixon vs Bal
30) LeSean McCoy vs Ten
31) Tarik Cohen vs Det
32) Kalen Ballage vs Ind
33) Ty Johnson vs Chi
34) Frank Gore vs Cle
35) JD McKissic vs Chi
36) Nyheim Hines vs Mia
37) Kareem Hunt vs Buf
38) Gus Edwards vs Cin
39) Darrell Henderson vs Pit
40) Peyton Barber vs Ari

Devin Singletary is finally healthy, and he’s my guy this week.  The Bills’ back had about 20 touches a week ago vs Washington to go along with 90 rushing yards and a score. Singletary also had a few catches out of the backfield, to make for a nice PPR day.

Now, as this Bills offense finally gets all the pieces back, this could become a scary offense. Meanwhile, the Browns have struggled in nearly all aspects so far this season as they are currently ranked 23rd vs opposing RB’s.  Make sure Singletary is in your lineup.

1) Michael Thomas vs Atl
2) Mike Evans vs Ari
3) Cooper Kupp vs Pit
4) Chris Godwin vs Ari
5) Tyreek Hill vs Ten
6) Amari Cooper vs Min
7) Julio Jones vs NO
8) Keenan Allen vs Oak
9) Tyler Lockett vs SF
10) Allen Robinson vs Det
11) Devante Adams vs Car
12) Emmanuel Sanders vs Sea
13) Kenny Golladay vs Chi
14) Mike Williams vs Oak
15) John Brown vs Cle
16) Christian Kirk vs TB
17) DJ Moore vs GB
18) Michael Gallup vs Min
19) Stefon Diggs vs Dal
20) Marvin Jones vs Chi
21) Ju-Ju Smith Schuster vs LAR
22) DK Metcalf vs SF
23) Calvin Ridley vs NO
24) Golden Tate vs NYJ
25) Robert Woods vs Pit
26) Odell Beckham Jr. vs Buf
27) Zach Pascal vs Mia
28) Larry Fitzgerald vs TB
29) Tyler Boyd vs Bal
30) Jamison Crowder vs NYG
31) Tyrell Williams vs LAC
32) Marquise Brown vs Cin
33) Sammy Watkins vs Ten
34) Curtis Samuel vs GB
35) AJ Green vs Bal
36) Cole Beasley vs Cle
37) Jarvis Landry vs Buf
38) Darius Slayton vs NYJ
39) Chester Rogers vs Mia
40) Robby Anderson vs NYG

Emmanuel Sanders NEEDS to be in your starting lineup. He’s been on a tear as of late and he has a great match-up vs that struggling Seattle secondary.

TY Hilton is another guy I like this week.  He returns to the Colts’ offense after being ruled out for a couple of weeks.

Zach Pascal is the name to remember. He is available in most leagues and had a really nice day last week vs a tough Pittsburgh secondary…five catches, 75 yards, and a score. Now, Pascal and the Colts get to play the Dolphins. If you’re worried about Colts’ quarterback Jacoby Brissett not playing, don’t be.  Brian Hoyer (his replacement) is as reliable as it gets in the NFL and he played pretty well against a tough Pittsburgh defense. Start Zach Pascal.

If you are an AJ Green owner, you’ve been waiting a long time to play him…and now he’s finally back! That means you should start him, right?  Don’t.  As frustrating as it may be, you need to give him another week to get back into the flow of the offense.  Green’s Bengals have a tough match-up against Baltimore. There has also been a change at QB, with Andy Dalton benched.  All signs point to a disappointing return for AJ Green this week.

1) George Kittle vs Sea
2) Hunter Henry vs Oak
3) Austin Hooper vs NO
4) Travis Kelce vs Ten
5) Mark Andrews vs Cin
6) Darren Waller vs LAC
7) Evan Engram vs NYJ
8) Vance McDonald vs LAR
9) Gerald Everett vs Pit
10) Jacob Hollister vs SF
11) Jonnu Smith vs KC
12) Eric Ebron vs Mia
13) Greg Olsen vs GB
14) Jared Cook* vs Atl
15) Mike Gesicki vs Ind
16) Jack Doyle vs Mia
17) TJ Hockenson vs Chi
18) OJ Howard vs Ari
19) Jason Witten vs Min
20) Ryan Griffin/Chris Herndon vs NYG

Vance McDonald returned from injury last week and caught a few passes, including a touchdown from QB Mason Rudolph. It’s clear that Rudolph loves to throw to his big TE.  McDonald is one of the few at his position who can count on this type of volume for targets in the passing game.  Start him this week.

I also love Jacob Hollister this week vs San Francisco. Yes, the Niners defense is elite and they are ranked #1 vs opposing TE’s – I get it.  But, Seattle’s offense has been phenomenal so far this season, with QB Russell Wilson putting up MVP-type numbers.  Guess what position group he’s been using to get there?  Tight ends. Take Hollister as a nice streaming option this week.

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