The Pro Bowl linebacker from Miami just landed a monster contract extension. The Rams’ offense runs through Gurley and I expect him to continue to be a force and find his way into the end zone.Demarco Murray ($6.2k) vs. Miami Dolphins: Murray has finally made his way back on the scene as he has received over 20 touches the last 4 games. Jeffery hasn’t even found the end zone this season and, if the team can’t find someone he can adequately communicate with, we don’t see this changing anytime soon.There were many unfortunate fantasy letdowns in Week 6 but here are the top three under-achievers of the week. The Titans are also allowing over 129 rushing yards on average this year, which bodes well for Freeman. Their secondary is still banged up, and despite playing well last week vs. Atlanta, I still think New York finds a way to exploit them at home.Anquan Boldin ($4,300) vs. Baltimore Ravens will be another low price option to target this week. If “make it rain” accurately describes the act of throwing hundred-dollar bills in the air at the club, the Carolina Panthers are making it The deal makes Beason the highest paid inside linebacker in league history. Clearly the Vikings #1 WR, the former Terp gets to face a Bears defense that has given up the 7th most points to opposing WRs.
A player who is injured and will not be ready for week 1 of the NFL season will have a big drop in ADP. He’s a target machine with a very high weekly floor with an appealing matchup.Alshon Jeffrey ($6,900) vs. San Francisco 49ers: For the first time all year, Jeffrey was not mentioned on the Bear’s injury report. Videos. Here are 3 of the most disappointing fantasy playersWeek 11 of the NFL season was once again full of disappointing fantasy performances for owners all over the country. The Dolphins are giving up 119 rushing yards per game and opposing running backs are averaging just under 4.5 catches per game. Palmer has been one of the most consistent QBs all year reaching 2x value 100% of the time and achieving 3x valueOther Tournament Gambles: Ryan Tannehill ($5,300) vs. Baltimore Ravens, Jay Cutler ($5,100) vs. San Francisco 49ersThe only high priced running back I will consider taking this week is Adrian Peterson ($6,700) vs. Seattle Seahawks. With Thomas Rawls due back inFantasy football is a fickle beast. Then I would give up on the guy for the brand new toy on the waiver wire. But I wasn’t without some misses as the injury bug hurt my picks of Devonta Freeman, Charcandrick West and Zach Ertz.We are now officially done with bye weeks, so we have all 32 teams at our disposal this weekend. I don’t know how many times I drafted a player that either had a bad first couple weeks, has not been targeted, or had a nagging injury that hindered him from playing at his full potential. Relevant experience includes shadowing former NFL Players & Coaches/Scouts, Bob Pellegrini and Dick Bielski as well as current New England Patriots Front Office Executive, Michael Lombardi during his tenure with NFP.Fantasy Football and Daily Fantasy Football enthusiast.Welcome back everyone for yet another week of NFP's DFS Corner. Relevant experience includes shadowing former NFL Players & Coaches/Scouts, Bob Pellegrini and Dick Bielski as well as current New England Patriots Front Office Executive, Michael Lombardi during his tenure with NFP.Fantasy Football and Daily Fantasy Football enthusiast.Welcome back to NFP's Week 12 DFS Corner.
He has scored 23.50 and 24.70 points respectfully the past two weeks and although the matchup isn’t ideal, the 6.5 targets he has been averaging should allow him to hit floor.David Johnson ($4,300) vs. Minnesota Vikings: David Johnson represents the best value play on the Thursday night slate, he will likely be highly owned again but that isn’t a problem in cash games. There is no need for diversification when he have as talented a running back as Gurley priced at a meager $5k going up against the 31st run defense in the Cleveland Browns, who also allow the 27th most fantasy points to opposing RBs. No player is ever a lock to have a monster day, but that guy you drafted in the 2nd round (We're looking at you, Mark Ingram) wasn't supposed to put up a negative number.
The possible return of injured star receiver Sammy Watkins in the next couple of weeks would certainly bolster Taylor’s fantasy upside. Miller scored over 19 points last week hauling in 6 catches, 85 yards and 1 touchdown. He has looked like the most explosive back for the Eagles this year.Antonio Brown ($8,900) @ Cincinnati Bengals: Antonio Brown is potentially the best PPR player when Big Ben is under center. The Bucs allow the 9th most points to opposing WRs, and Jones will most likely be guarded by Johnathan Banks, who is average at best. This week, he gets to face a Saints’ Defense that is ranked 31st against fantasy QBs this year. I’m going with the thought process that the Packers right the ship and get things going again.Jarvis Landry ($6,300) @Buffalo Bills is another contrarian pick this week. There are guys in the high stake leagues who draft in over 100 leagues to get a little bit of everybody. Not only does Vegas project the Cardinals projected to put up 28 points, but they get to face the Baltimore Ravens defense that currently is 32nd, which is the worst in the NFL vs. opposing fantasy QBs. How does a fantasy player determine the difference between REALITY and HYPE??? Marcus Mariota has achieved 2x value over 78% of the time and has exceed 3x value over 67% of the time.Matt Hasselback ($5,300) @ Pittsburgh Steelers: I don’t think I ever thought I would be writing this at any point this year but here we are. Jones should certainly rebound next week against the Buccaneers, who are still fighting for Ingram had a less than stellar matchup against a stout Seattle Seahawks rushing defense, but he was still considered a low end number one fantasy back heading into the contest. An example of this is a player will have 8 catches(8 pts) for 20 yards(2pts) and will get 10 points in a full PPR league but will only get 6 points in half point ppr league.