Tuesday, October 29, 2019
Wednesday, October 23, 2019
Against his old team, the Redskins. If Kirk were to find Diggs in a game this would be it. I'd imagine most of his points coming in the first half as the Vikings should take the lead. If Redskins can keep up as well, they do have decent weapons, Vikings will be all the happier with Kirk slinging it.
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The split in this backfield has almost become 50/50. Royce is the back I want this week. He continues to impress and due to this makes sure they put him on the field. They will lean more on their backfield as they have traded Emmanuel. Start Royce.
Parker has scored in three consecutive games. He is quietly putting together a string of games thathave put him in WR3 discussion so if due to bye you need someone for flex, he should be available.
TJ has gotten a consistent amount of targets every game. These targets are value going up against this Giants defense. Stafford has had a decent season looking for Golladay and Marvin. The Giants will focus on schemes that stop up the two WRs and leave Hockenson down the middle with some room. I'm calling for a TD this game and around 50 yards receiving for TJ.
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This GB defense should force KC into situations to settle for a FG and Butker will be the beneficiaryhere.
This defense continues to create pressure and turnovers. The Jets team they are facing in week 8 will allow them to once against force fumbles as well as interceptions. Play these guys if you have a chance.
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Saints defense is scary. He will not be able to be so free with the ball. The last few weeks he has dealtwith straight-up bad defenses. This has made him look like an every-week start. Don’t be fooled. Last week he scored a total of 6.96 points in STD scoring. Kyler will continue to struggle this week and I would stay away.
Jamaal’s production has come down to big plays in the passing game. These will be hit and miss. Jamaal is known for being somewhat streaky and he solely depends on how the game plays out. That is not the type of player that I trust. The game this week against the Chiefs will be a different story with Matt Moore. They won’t have the ability to score as efficiently and I can see this game coming down to the run game on both sides. That means Aaron Jones will be utilized and Jamaal will be stuck behind. Don’t count on the iffyness.
Bringing him into San Francisco does not help his fantasy value. He will be behind Kittle in targets and Pettis will not just disappear. If you watched the Niner’s game last week they were run-heavy and should continue to be with a defense that doesn’t let any game get out of hand. Sanders is coming from an offense that needed to pass the ball and those targets showed up for Sanders. This move is good for Manny, but not good for his fantasy players.
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Aside week 2 and 3 Olsen hasn’t put up enough numbers or consistency to earn a starting spot. Thereare several fliers that I would prefer to go with. If Herndon comes back this week, and Gerald Everett offers an upside that I would prefer to play this week as well. Stay away from Olsen and move on if possible.
Do not start Gould in week 8. He has yet to give you anything close to starting numbers and there are plenty of options on the waiver. Pick someone else up.
They have given you a total of 4 points over the course of the last 2 weeks. They will not have fun against this Bills defense. If you are still holding onto them, move. Pick someone else up and even consider streaming. If you have questions on how to go about that DM us on twitter or send us a question through our website www.FantasyAnalyzers.com
“A Ekeler or J Jacobs. ½ pt PPR”
Josh Jacobs has progressed in the way he is used in this offense. The introduction into the passing game takes Jacobs from a somewhat decent starter to a player with top 5 upside. If the trend of receptions continue, fantasy players will be thrilled. Ekeler has found his place in this offense even with Gordon coming back. He has been the most reliable and consistent back between the two. This split and possessing no upside in redzone carries makes me hold back on my expectations for Ekeler this week. Go with Jacobs.
“Which three WR would you start out of Robinson, J Brown, Boyd, Marvin Jones and Sanu?”
Allen Robinson has earned a place on your roster every week. He is a high-end WR2 as of now. Tyler Boyd, even with Ross taking over in the first couple weeks of the season, has proved himself as the #1 in CIN and Dalton finds him over and over. Boyd averages over 10 targets per game, and that’s where my confidence will rest. Marvin will be boom or bust, who knows when he will get those solid games? Sanu is an interesting receiver to keep an eye on and be thankful to have him stashed with this move to the Patriots. Although the Patriots’ passing game hasn’t needed to be utilized since their defense is a juggernaut. Allen Robinson and Boyd are your starters with J Brown as your flex guy. I would be thrilled to have this set of WR, good work.
“Kyler or wentz?”
As I explained in this article, Kyler will struggle this week. Rookies tend to reach their wall during their first season, and he did last week. However, he will be a consistent option because they need to throw the ball in Arizona. Wentz should also struggle this week against this Buffalo defense and his receivers just don’t catch the ball. I would stay away from both if that’s an option otherwise I lean Murray due to pass attempts and his legitimate targets.
Obj(at NE) Tyreek (vs GB) Sutton (at ind) Kirk (at NO) Damien Williams (vs GB)
Tyreek, even against the Packer defense, has the upside that is unmatched by anyone else in this league. You can’t sit him even if he has Matt Moore going up against a difficult matchup. Courtland has earned a spot on your starting lineup every week. With Sanders leaving it will result in an even greater target share for Sutton. The third option is difficult. Odell is your third option, even against this crazy DEF. Damien has essentially faded into the abyss and Kirk’s ankle injury hinders both his likelihood to play and his fantasy production if he does. I would go Odell with your third.
“.5 ppr Tevin Coleman or jamaal Williams”
Tevin Coleman. Jamaal is a sit for me due to spotty fantasy production. He has been propped up by his long receiving plays which I don’t see happening this week. Coleman has claimed the role SF after getting back from injury and this game will be on the ground.
“Latavius Murray, Tevin Coleman, or Ty Johnson(PPR)”
The fact that you have these three options is amazing. The waiver moves have treated you well. I like Coleman as more of a flex option. Ty will have a workload that’ll give you solid numbers and unlimited upside, however, he is risky. Latavius Murray and his carries seem to be a constant with Kamara out and that is where you’ll find most reliable fantasy numbers.
“Pick 2 for standard: Latavius Murray, Sony Michel, Ty Johnson, David Johnson, James White”
As I explained in the last question even amongst these option Latavius and his usage in the Saints backfield will be a sweet start in week 8. They are hosting the Cardinals and will rely on the run game to secure the win. DJ on the other hand, isn’t likely to play, especially with Edmonds filling in, they don’t have to rush him back. Sony Michel will get the carry load in NE as well as getting the redzone carries and should get into the endzone at least once. Ty Johnson and his usage could be reliant on game script. Ty is a stash and a player with the potential to compete for RB2 numbers for the rest of the seaosn. The questions hold him back from that starting spot just yet, the unknown upside is what makes him intriguing. I would go with Latavius Murray and Sony Michel.
By Matt Kuri
Tuesday, October 22, 2019
QB Cam Newton(CAR)
Many of you are eyeing Newton to have him for his return. He is not worth your attention. Cam Newton will have to be fully recovered and must be guaranteed to step into the starting role right away. This won’t happen with Kyle Allen impressing and putting this team in the position to compete every week. What we saw of Newton in the first couple of weeks should be left in the past as far as who he is as a player.
Once we see Cam back and running, we will consider him for a spot on our rosters.
QB Matt Moore(KC)
If you need a viable QB2, Matt Moore is your guy. If you lost Mahomes, Matt Moore isn’t the option. There is no way we can replace Mahomes while he is out unless of course, you picked up Lamar as his back up. Moreover, keep in mind that the Chiefs are hosting the Packers defense in week 8 and that defense loves to create pressure and make QBs make mistakes.
I would not add Moore, I would look for QBs such as Stafford, Brissett to fill that QB1 spot.
RB Ty Johnson(DET)
This rookie can move the ball up the field. With Kerryon missing time, Ty should see a similar role in the Detroit backfield. The opportunities, if they go Johnson’s way, will bring him solid starting numbers while Kerryon is hurt. Ty did not impress while he took over on the ground in week 7. He had a measly 2.9 YPC, although found a decent room in the passing game with 4 receptions for 28 yards. Keeping in mind he went up against this stout Vikings defense, I wouldn’t bank on his numbers being this limited on the ground in week 8 versus the Giants.
He is a solid bye week fill in and rest of the season RB3 with legitimate upside, with Kerryon placed on IR
RB Mark Walton(MIA)
As Ty Johnson is the bye week fill in with a chance to have a big game, Walton is my ROS pick off waivers. He continues to pull the starting role and the majority carries away from Kenyan Drake. The ability that Walton has shown brings him 5.0 YPC over the last couple of weeks. He saw his first start in week 7 and his fantasy numbers don’t suggest a good game but when you really look at what he is doing, he is in line to keep this starting role.
Any starting RB needs to be rostered and we have only seen the beginning of what Walton can do.
WR Corey Davis(TEN)
Since the beginning of the season, I have loved Corey Davis’ potential. This potential became more obvious to fantasy players once Tannehill took the helm. Davis has been spotty all season with Mariota delivering the ball. I expect this new relationship with Tannehill will grow and bring Corey steady numbers every week.
He is the most rosterable WR out there right now.
TE Vance McDonald(TE)
Vance was making me dance for in week 2, I thought we would be getting down with him for the rest of the season. Well, that didn’t happen. He went on to get hurt and hasn’t been himself since. Mason Rudolph has yet to help his fantasy production and I don’t expect that to happen for this season. Vance will only be considered a pickup if you must scrape the bottom of the barrel.
Thursday, October 17, 2019
QB JOSH ALLEN
Allen will prove over and over that he is worth a roster spot on our fantasy lineups. Josh is the leader in Buffalo, and he will continue to RUN this team. If there are any doubts left about the Bills they will surely prove to you the upside of their offense while they take on that college team from Miami, the “Dolphins”
RB TEVIN COLEMAN
If you haven’t heard, he is back. This man has taken control of the San Francisco backfield (I look forward to seeing him and the Niners playing the Packers in Week 12, That’s beside the point). Coleman and the Niners will continue to roll against this measly Redskins defense. They will cruise and this means more opportunity for Tevin out of the backfield. He will see some receptions early on and run it all over Washington.
How dare I start a NE RB?! What am I doing to myself?! I’m banking on the fact that his last two weeks have given you fringe RB1 numbers. This is SONY MICHEL. He gets the work and gets it done. The Patriots are going into New York to face the Jets and this is another matchup that they can lean more on the running game. Whether Rex plays or not (I highly doubt he does) Sony should see the carries to get you starting numbers and beyond.
WR TAVON AUSTIN
Amari Cooper is looking to not be able to play this week and Tavon will be the main beneficiary. Ole’ reliable, Tavon, will be a security blanket for Dak as the Eagles will look to lock Gallup up. This will open up the field for more targets to Tavon who got 6 last week and I see this number rising in Week 7.
WR AUDEN TATE
With John Ross gone for the season, Tate has filled in well, sliding right into that WR2 spot. Andy Dalton will continue to lean on Tate with an average of 8 targets over the last 4 weeks. Tate should be looked at as a strong PPR option with a decent STD floor as well. It will be a chore for the Jacksonville defense to keep track of both Boyd and Tate, this is great for fantasy prospects.
Cook has finally played his way back into starting consideration. Last season he was a beast and put many people in the position to make playoffs. This season has been a letdown for those that banked on the chemistry between him and Brees. We have come to the time where we can start him and be comfortable with it. As of writing this he has yet to practice but I would bet that he will play this week and get you a red zone target or two. Even going up against this Packers defense, I see Bridgewater find Cook on targets up the middle of the field.
K BRANDON MCMANUS
McManus had his biggest game this season in Week 6. The Broncos should have plenty opportunities against this Chiefs team that’ll demand them take every chance to score. McManus is at least a fill in for bye week guys, DO IT.
DEF TENNESEE TITANS
The Titans have become interception savvy. Having averaged an INT per game thus far. Going up against a quarterback that is known for getting sloppy at times, Philip Rivers. This could be a game where we see Tennessee forcing the issue and making Rivers and Co make mistakes.
QB PHILIP RIVERS
Going right along with my Defensive start of the week, Rivers should not be started. The Titans are the 9th best against the pass and in Tennessee that will not bode well for his outlook. He has suffered from turnover madness the last two weeks (2 INT EACH game, and a fumble lost last week). Look away from Philip this week.
RB ALVIN KAMARA**(OUT)**
Kamara is suffering from a high ankle injury that could hold him out of this game and even if he plays won’t be a viable option. The risk is that he won’t be able to produce, he would most likely be limited, and that’s not to mention they are going up against the Bears defense. Hopefully, you have planned for this type of predicament.
RB JAMAAL WILLIAMS
Williams was a hot waiver pick up this week after producing well in Week 6. Don’t fall into this trap, we have seen Williams do something like this in Weeks 15-16 last season. That obviously didn’t continue. This is Aaron Jones’ backfield with Williams as a complementary piece. It’s a trap.
WR STEFON DIGGS
Yeah, yeah, I know, “but Matt, he WENT OFF last week.” That doesn’t change his outlook coming into this game against a solid defense in Detriot. Us fantasy players love to play these upside guys and lose because we get so excited. A “breakout” game is not sustainable, and I expect this game to be low scoring leaning more on the run game, again, for the Vikings. Stay away.
WR CALVIN RIDLEY
Calvin has suffered from a lack of targets. Like seriously, 4 out 6 weeks with 6 targets or less. It is more than likely Ridley will get 4 receptions or less and be a disappointment this week. The endzone is what we rely on with him and those will be hit or miss for the rest of the season.
TE TJ HOCKENSON
TJ has been here and there…..most there. Not enough targets to make noise since Week 2. Going up against a Vikings defense that will swarm Golladay and Hockenson all day. This game will be played on the ground. Don’t play Hockenson unless desperate.
K WIL LUTZ
If you are in the business of streaming Kickers weekly, here is your chance to fill someone in for Lutz who is facing a defense who doesn’t give a lot of points out to kickers. Chicago, yuck.
DEF BALTIMORE RAVENS
If you drafted the Ravens and have yet to move on, now is the time. This Seattle offense should light them up and there is no upside for this defense playing Russell Wilson who has yet to throw an INT. Find a streaming option, they are available. (Titans, Lions, Seahawks over Ravens.)
by Matt Kuri(@MKuriFF)
Saturday, October 12, 2019
QB MATT RYAN
Ryan and the Falcons should be able to roll over the Cardinals defense. I do not have any doubts in Ryan this week and his weapons are ready to show up. For those of you who drafted him on the high side you might not be too excited about what he has done this season but this week you should celebrate what you got yourself into.
RB KERRYON JOHNSON
Another RB, another matchup against the weak GB run defense. For the Lions to keep pace andmaintain any type of rhythm or control in this game they will need to get Kerryon going early on. I expect him to have solid usage and even a good number of targets out of the backfield.
WR DJ MOORE
Kyle Allen has been a serviceable NFL QB. This week I expect DJ and Samuel to get their targets and even expect DJ to find his way into the endzone. Moore going up against this TB defense it should be feast week for him.
TE JIMMY GRAHAM
Graham continues to prove that he is a starting TE in fantasy. With Adams out again this week, Graham will be the main target in the red zone. I expect him to take advantage of the opportunity once again and give those that have missed out on top TEs with a treat Sunday in Lambeau.
If you don’t know about him yet, he is the fantasy kicker to own and definitely to start every week.DO IT!
Tampa Bay is actually the number 3 DEF on the season! This is the week to pick them up and ride them against Kyle Allen and the Panthers. Allen should be forced the ball to his receivers and that open up opportunities for turnovers for a team that is turnover savvy.
QB JARED GOFF
Goff has been anything but consistent this season. He will continue his struggles this week against a savvy pass defense of the Niners. I do not look forward to being forced to play Goff in any league. He could get you 20 but I’m not betting on it.
Gordon’s usage is the biggest question around. Ekeler continues to help the Chargers win and thatdoesn’t go away since Melvin is back. With this backfield split and the nasty matchup, I am sitting Gordon wherever possible.
WR ROBERT WOODS
Along with Goff, I am sitting Woods. Robert has yet to show that he should start in almost any lineup weekly. This is a matchup that I am staying away, the cost of him in the draft was too much for the hit he took with Kupp coming back this season. It doesn’t feel good, I know, hopefully you have scored on waivers and have someone like Chark or even McLaurin
Witten, in general is only a fridge streaming option weekly. Stay faaaaar away this week. Find someone on waivers if you don’t have options on your bench. Hopefully, you aren’t stuck playing Witten against the Jets.
K BRANDON MCMANUS
Not much to say, he misses field goals all over the place and he is not even worth a look in fantasy.
DEF LOS ANGELES RAMS
Their struggles will continue this week. There are plenty of options on the wire and you should definitely look there for this one.
Wednesday, October 9, 2019
Fantasy Football Rankings - Week 6
|#||Player (team)||Matchup||Pos||ECR||vs. ECR||Notes|
|1||Christian McCaffrey (CAR)||at TB||RB1||1||0|
|2||Dalvin Cook (MIN)||vs. PHI||RB2||5||+3|
|3||Julio Jones (ATL)||at ARI||WR1||3||0||Jones has gone two weeks without getting into the endzone, I expect him to find it in this matchup.|
Jones has gone two weeks without getting into the endzone, I expect him to find it in this matchup.
|4||Ezekiel Elliott (DAL)||at NYJ||RB3||2||-2|
|5||Alvin Kamara (NO)||at JAC||RB4||4||-1|
|6||David Johnson (ARI)||vs. ATL||RB5||6||0|
|7||Nick Chubb (CLE)||vs. SEA||RB6||9||+2|
|8||DeAndre Hopkins (HOU)||at KC||WR2||7||-1||Hopkins will once again be a beneficiary of Watson having to move the ball. Look for these two to hook up over and over.|
Hopkins will once again be a beneficiary of Watson having to move the ball. Look for these two to hook up over and over.
|9||Keenan Allen (LAC)||vs. PIT||WR3||8||-1||Allen will continue to solidify his place in this top tier. Sunday night should be a show.|
Allen will continue to solidify his place in this top tier. Sunday night should be a show.
|10||Michael Thomas (NO)||at JAC||WR4||10||0||Thomas and Teddy Two Gloves will look to keep it going against this Jags defense. I don't doubt he will keep his momentum going forward, and especially in this game.|
Thomas and Teddy Two Gloves will look to keep it going against this Jags defense. I don't doubt he will keep his momentum going forward, and especially in this game.
|11||Cooper Kupp (LAR)||vs. SF||WR5||15||+4|
|12||Aaron Jones (GB)||vs. DET||RB7||11||-1|
|13||Leonard Fournette (JAC)||vs. NO||RB8||12||-1|
|14||Travis Kelce (KC)||vs. HOU||TE1||14||0|
|15||Chris Carson (SEA)||at CLE||RB9||16||+1|
|16||Amari Cooper (DAL)||at NYJ||WR6||13||-3|
|17||Chris Godwin (TB)||vs. CAR||WR7||17||0|
|18||Tyler Lockett (SEA)||at CLE||WR8||22||+4||Lockett will lock up a top ten WR spot this week. This Browns defesne has played uninspired football and Lockett will take advantage.|
Lockett will lock up a top ten WR spot this week. This Browns defesne has played uninspired football and Lockett will take advantage.
|19||Adam Thielen (MIN)||vs. PHI||WR9||19||0|
|20||Mark Ingram (BAL)||vs. CIN||RB10||20||0|
|21||Derrick Henry (TEN)||at DEN||RB11||27||+6|
|22||Le'Veon Bell (NYJ)||vs. DAL||RB12||21||-1|
|23||Odell Beckham Jr. (CLE)||vs. SEA||WR10||18||-5|
|24||Julian Edelman (NE)||vs. NYG||WR11||24||0|
|25||Larry Fitzgerald (ARI)||vs. ATL||WR12||25||0|
|26||Kerryon Johnson (DET)||at GB||RB13||30||+4|
|27||Tyler Boyd (CIN)||at BAL||WR13||26||-1|
|28||Mike Evans (TB)||vs. CAR||WR14||23||-5|
|29||Robert Woods (LAR)||vs. SF||WR15||34||+5|
|30||Brandin Cooks (LAR)||vs. SF||WR16||36||+6|
|31||JuJu Smith-Schuster (PIT)||at LAC||WR17||40||+9|
|32||Todd Gurley (LAR)||vs. SF||RB14||28||-4|
|33||Joe Mixon (CIN)||at BAL||RB15||35||+2|
|34||Zach Ertz (PHI)||at MIN||TE2||42||+8|
|35||Kenny Golladay (DET)||at GB||WR18||38||+3|
|36||Austin Ekeler (LAC)||vs. PIT||RB16||32||-4|
|37||James Conner (PIT)||at LAC||RB17||31||-6|
|38||Josh Gordon (NE)||vs. NYG||WR19||29||-9|
|39||Austin Hooper (ATL)||at ARI||TE3||43||+4|
|40||D.J. Chark (JAC)||vs. NO||WR20||37||-3|
|41||James White (NE)||vs. NYG||RB18||41||0|
|42||Will Fuller (HOU)||at KC||WR21||46||+4|
|43||Marquise Brown (BAL)||vs. CIN||WR22||49||+6|
|44||Stefon Diggs (MIN)||vs. PHI||WR23||44||0|
|45||George Kittle (SF)||at LAR||TE4||33||-12|
|46||Melvin Gordon (LAC)||vs. PIT||RB19||45||-1|
|47||Phillip Lindsay (DEN)||vs. TEN||RB20||47||0|
|48||Devonta Freeman (ATL)||at ARI||RB21||54||+6|
|49||Mark Andrews (BAL)||vs. CIN||TE5||48||-1|
|50||Calvin Ridley (ATL)||at ARI||WR24||51||+1|
|51||Will Dissly (SEA)||at CLE||TE6||67||+16|
|52||Courtland Sutton (DEN)||vs. TEN||WR25||55||+3|
|53||LeSean McCoy (KC)||vs. HOU||RB22||57||+4|
|54||Alshon Jeffery (PHI)||at MIN||WR26||53||-1|
|55||Davante Adams (GB)||vs. DET||WR27||50||-5|
|56||Michael Gallup (DAL)||at NYJ||WR28||62||+6|
|57||Damien Williams (KC)||vs. HOU||RB23||61||+4|
|58||Terry McLaurin (WAS)||at MIA||WR29||52||-6|
|59||Tyreek Hill (KC)||vs. HOU||WR30||39||-20|
|60||D.J. Moore (CAR)||at TB||WR31||63||+3|
|61||Jarvis Landry (CLE)||vs. SEA||WR32||59||-2|
|62||Curtis Samuel (CAR)||at TB||WR33||60||-2|
|63||Emmanuel Sanders (DEN)||vs. TEN||WR34||58||-5|
|64||Marquez Valdes-Scantling (GB)||vs. DET||WR35||65||+1|
|65||Sony Michel (NE)||vs. NYG||RB24||56||-9|
|66||Mike Williams (LAC)||vs. PIT||WR36||66||0|
|67||Golden Tate (NYG)||at NE||WR37||73||+6|
|68||Greg Olsen (CAR)||at TB||TE7||64||-4|
|69||D.K. Metcalf (SEA)||at CLE||WR38||69||0|
|70||Dede Westbrook (JAC)||vs. NO||WR39||70||0|
|71||Demarcus Robinson (KC)||vs. HOU||WR40||68||-3|
|72||Marvin Jones (DET)||at GB||WR41||76||+4|
|73||Auden Tate (CIN)||at BAL||WR42||75||+2|
|74||Mohamed Sanu (ATL)||at ARI||WR43||71||-3|
|75||Jamison Crowder (NYJ)||vs. DAL||WR44||80||+5|
|76||Geronimo Allison (GB)||vs. DET||WR45||78||+2|
|77||Jordan Howard (PHI)||at MIN||RB25||79||+2|
|78||Preston Williams (MIA)||vs. WAS||WR46||95||+17|
|79||Jimmy Graham (GB)||vs. DET||TE8||84||+5|
|80||Keke Coutee (HOU)||at KC||WR47||94||+14|
|81||A.J. Brown (TEN)||at DEN||WR48||86||+5|
|82||Matt Breida (SF)||at LAR||RB26||72||-10|
|83||Ronald Jones II (TB)||vs. CAR||RB27||85||+2|
|84||Carlos Hyde (HOU)||at KC||RB28||81||-3|
|85||Chris Thompson (WAS)||at MIA||RB29||77||-8|
|86||Mecole Hardman (KC)||vs. HOU||WR49||82||-4|
|87||Tevin Coleman (SF)||at LAR||RB30||92||+5|
|88||Robby Anderson (NYJ)||vs. DAL||WR50||74||-14|
|89||Deebo Samuel (SF)||at LAR||WR51||83||-6|
|90||Corey Davis (TEN)||at DEN||WR52||88||-2|
|91||Diontae Johnson (PIT)||at LAC||WR53||89||-2|
|92||Delanie Walker (TEN)||at DEN||TE9||91||-1|
|93||O.J. Howard (TB)||vs. CAR||TE10||120||+27|
|94||Royce Freeman (DEN)||vs. TEN||RB31||87||-7|
|95||Adrian Peterson (WAS)||at MIA||RB32||90||-5|
|96||Jonathan Hilliman (NYG)||at NE||RB33||143||+47|
|97||Miles Sanders (PHI)||at MIN||RB34||93||-4|
|98||Randall Cobb (DAL)||at NYJ||WR54||102||+4|
|99||Duke Johnson (HOU)||at KC||RB35||96||-3|
|100||KeeSean Johnson (ARI)||vs. ATL||WR55||97||-3|
|101||Darius Slayton (NYG)||at NE||WR56||111||+10|
|102||Nelson Agholor (PHI)||at MIN||WR57||99||-3|
|103||Willie Snead (BAL)||vs. CIN||WR58||103||0|
|104||Marquise Goodwin (SF)||at LAR||WR59||105||+1|
|105||Demaryius Thomas (NYJ)||vs. DAL||WR60||109||+4|
|106||Kenyan Drake (MIA)||vs. WAS||RB36||101||-5|
|107||Paul Richardson (WAS)||at MIA||WR61||106||-1|
|108||Giovani Bernard (CIN)||at BAL||RB37||108||0|
|109||Devante Parker (MIA)||vs. WAS||WR62||117||+8|
|110||Ted Ginn (NO)||at JAC||WR63||114||+4|
|111||Phillip Dorsett (NE)||vs. NYG||WR64||107||-4|
|112||Dante Pettis (SF)||at LAR||WR65||113||+1|
|113||Chris Conley (JAC)||vs. NO||WR66||112||-1|
|114||Trey Quinn (WAS)||at MIA||WR67||122||+8|
|115||Jared Cook (NO)||at JAC||TE11||118||+3|
|116||Jason Witten (DAL)||at NYJ||TE12||115||-1|
|117||Sammy Watkins (KC)||vs. HOU||WR68||110||-7|
|118||Peyton Barber (TB)||vs. CAR||RB38||98||-20|
|119||Danny Amendola (DET)||at GB||WR69||135||+16|
|120||Albert Wilson (MIA)||vs. WAS||WR70||126||+6|
|121||Adam Humphries (TEN)||at DEN||WR71||131||+10|
|122||Antonio Callaway (CLE)||vs. SEA||WR72||121||-1|
|123||Christian Kirk (ARI)||vs. ATL||WR73||157||+34|
|124||Byron Pringle (KC)||vs. HOU||WR74||148||+24|
|125||Tre'Quan Smith (NO)||at JAC||WR75||139||+14|
|126||Ito Smith (ATL)||at ARI||RB39||104||-22|
|127||Chase Edmonds (ARI)||vs. ATL||RB40||124||-3|
|128||James Washington (PIT)||at LAC||WR76||147||+19|
|129||Trent Sherfield (ARI)||vs. ATL||WR77||152||+23|
|130||Gerald Everett (LAR)||vs. SF||TE13||100||-30|
|131||Rashaad Penny (SEA)||at CLE||RB41||116||-15|
|132||Noah Fant (DEN)||vs. TEN||TE14||123||-9|
|133||DaeSean Hamilton (DEN)||vs. TEN||WR78||156||+23|
|134||Tyler Eifert (CIN)||at BAL||TE15||128||-6|
|135||Kyle Rudolph (MIN)||vs. PHI||TE16||136||+1|
|136||Miles Boykin (BAL)||vs. CIN||WR79||146||+10|
|137||Jakobi Meyers (NE)||vs. NYG||WR80||153||+16|
|138||Olabisi Johnson (MIN)||vs. PHI||WR81||166||+28|
|139||Chris Herndon IV (NYJ)||vs. DAL||TE17||130||-9|
|140||Vance McDonald (PIT)||at LAC||TE18||129||-11|
|141||David Moore (SEA)||at CLE||WR82||160||+19|
|142||Dion Lewis (TEN)||at DEN||RB42||119||-23|
|143||Mack Hollins (PHI)||at MIN||WR83||158||+15|
|144||Jarius Wright (CAR)||at TB||WR84||171||+27|
|145||Devin Smith (DAL)||at NYJ||WR85||170||+25|
|146||Jordan Akins (HOU)||at KC||TE19||133||-13|
|147||Ricky Seals-Jones (CLE)||vs. SEA||TE20||137||-10|
|148||Dallas Goedert (PHI)||at MIN||TE21||138||-10|
|149||Tony Pollard (DAL)||at NYJ||RB43||140||-9|
|150||Evan Engram (NYG)||at NE||TE22||125||-25|