Recap of Week 3
Let's first take a look at my lineup from Week 3 -- and review how I did.
Notes: Not too bad. Not too bad at all! In fact, I won in every contest in which I submitted this lineup. While Rivers and the Miami defense under-performed a bit, my trio of WRs came up big, each scoring at least 20 points. As I say every week, go ahead and pay up for the stud receivers.
Week 2 Lineup
Here is what I put together for Week 4.
Notes: As usual, I used our Bets Bets as an aid in identifying value. Melvin Gordon, for example, was the #1 RB on the Best Bets list this week. Facing the league-worst run defense (New Orleans) at home this week, he represents great value at $7600. Likewise, Emmanuel Sanders is our #1 WR in the Best Bets feature, yet he is priced as a middling WR2 at just $6900 -- so I was all over that one.
As we have seen, the safest high-dollar players are typically WRs. I am normally on board with paying up for Antonio Brown each and every week -- but I LOVE DeAndre Hopkins aganst the Titans this week -- and at $8600, he is $800 cheaper than Brown. My low-dollar play of the week is Cole Beasley at $5200. He is top 2 in targets (over 8 per game), and it looks like Dez will be out this week.
Kelce is steady as a rock at TE. I have Cousins down as a top 5 fantasy QB this week, and he sits atop our start list. Yet, he is priced as a borderline QB2. I love him at home against Cleveland.
Wish me luck!