Well ladies and gents, it’s time again for you to pick the Fan Duel or Draft Kings lineup to win you some CASH money this week. If you haven’t jumped on the one-week fantasy leagues yet, you might want to catch the train, because I can tell you from personal experience that the money is real and it’s fairly easy to win.
This lineup will be guaranteed to win you some cash and it’s right within the budget you have to spend, so let’s check it out.
QB Matt Ryan vs New York Giants
Last Week, Matt Ryan threw for 297 yards and 2 touchdowns to Julio Jones against the retooled Philadelphia Defense. This week, he faces the Giants defense that gave up three touchdowns to Tony Romo last week. Let’s face it, you may not like the Falcons, but in their offense, Matt Ryan is almost guaranteed to throw for 300 yards and 2 touchdowns weekly, and with that production, he offers you a low value QB, with a high output for stats.
RB Carlos Hyde vs Pittsburgh Steelers
After ripping off 147 yards and two touchdowns against the Vikings defense last week, Hyde showed us that the offensive line for the 49ers were ready to make him the No. 1 RB option. In addition to that, back up runner Reggie Bush suffered an injury and will likely miss time on Sunday. Hence, Hyde will have the same type of production once again. He was the top scoring RB across the league last week and that is something you have to have on your roster if you want to win the big money in your one week league.
RB Ameer Abdullah vs Minnesota Vikings
With a solid first week as the Lions rookie RB, Abdullah showed his speed and ability to get into the endzone against the Chargers. This week, he faces the same defense that allowed Carlos Hyde to run free. So yes, while Abdullah isn’t the Lions starter at RB, his ability to catch the ball and his speed make him a slam dunk play to get 100 yards and a touchdown this week.
WR Julio Jones vs New York Giants
Is this not self explanatory? Jones lead all WRs with 2 touchdowns and 141 yards against the Eagles on Monday. Jones was almost uncoverable last week and should have the same effortless performance this week against the Giants defense. I wouldn’t expect him to get two touchdowns again this week, but its certain that he will break 100 yards. And who knows, he might actually catch 2 TD passes too.
WR Brandin Cooks vs Tampa Bay Buccaneers
Once again, this is a slam dunk pick. The Buccaneer defense allowed 4 passing touchdowns to rookie QB Marcus Mariota last week and let’s face it, Drew Brees is one of the elites in the game, he’s bound to do the same. Well here comes Cooks to save the day. Cooks scored a TD last week but this week, he will feast on the defense or lack thereof, of the Buccs. I can predict 120 yards and easily 2 touchdowns for Cooks since the Saints lost star TE Jimmy Graham, and Brees needs targets to throw the ball too.
WR Nelson Agholor vs Dallas Cowboys
Last week, Agholor got a rough introduction to the NFL, barely catching much of anything. But this week, I predict Agholor will bounce back in a big way. With Bradford losing his debut as an Eagle, I can expect to see a lot of passing from him. While the No. 1 CB for Dallas will be watching Jordan Matthews, expect Agholor to break free and do a lot of the Eagles catching. Add him to your lineup for a very lost cost WR to bolster your lineup.
TE Greg Olsen vs Houston Texans
Without Kelvin Benjamin at WR, the Panthers have a shortage of weapons on offense. There is one weapon though that is always ready, and that is Greg Olsen. When Cam Newton does have time to throw the ball, he’s going to be looking for Olsen. Whether its in big chunks of yardage down the field or at the goal line, Olsen will be the No. 1 target and he will at least get a touchdown and 100 yards, which is more than enough to ask for out of your tight end in a one week fantasy draft. Of course Gronk is the BEST play, but if you can’t afford to spend that much, Olsen is a solid No. 2 option to win big money.
K Matt Bryant vs New York Giants
There are 12 kickers that you can count on this week. The best may not be Matt Bryant of the Falcons, however one thing is for sure, he never misses. So take your change on Bryant and be rewarded. But if you don’t, don’t worry because Justin Tucker or Adam Viniterri are just as great.
St. Louis Defense vs Washington Redskins
The St. Louis defense and special teams scored big last week when Tayvon Austin ran back a kickoff for a TD. They also got sacks galore and with face a cake matchup against the Redskins. This defense will probably do it again this week and you’d be foolish to not spend the cash on the Rams defense to help you win.
If you want to win the money, I suggest you take heed in these blessings I’m offering you……