Le’Veon Bell, RB, bosses of Kansas City
Who doesn’t love the game of revenge? But even better, who doesn’t love the revenge game “you cut me off two weeks ago”? This will be a fun match! And before anyone panics, I still think this is Clyde Edwards-Heller’s backfield, as Le’Veon Bell played 33 percent of the snapshots and didn’t make the route in week 7. But it was his first game in the snow. and it was a punch, so take it as you wish. But it’s a positive game, as the Jets have allowed RB’s seventh most fantastic PPG this season (27.63). This can become a game in which the Chiefs play with a lead with many results and can release the ball in a pile in the second half. I expect Bell to see a good amount of these shipments. Nor would I be surprised if the chiefs allowed at least one touch of the goliath to go his way this week.
7;Mical Perine, RB, New York Jets
La’Mical Perine brought out Jets backfield, playing 67% of the shots last week against the Bills. He parted ways with Frank Gore, seeing 11 quick attempts, but Perine was used in the passing game, seeing all three Jets RB goals and the only goal of the goal line finding the end zone. He finished with nearly 14 fantastic points and his arrow points upwards. This week the Jets face the Chiefs, who have a very strong secondary. I expect the Jets to try to establish the series at the beginning of this match. And if the boss attack does what it does, and the jets chase points, Perrin, not Gore, will get those goals. It is an option for flexible development this week.
Rashard Higgins, WR, Cleveland Browns
Odel Beckham unfortunately broke his ACL in week 7 and will be out until the end of the season. In his absence last week, Rashard Higgins led the Browns with six catches and 110 yards. He also tied Jarvis Landry to the team’s lead with six goals. Volume could again lead to many yards this week as the Raiders give up nearly 180 receiving yards per game to the WRs this season, the eighth largest in the NFL. Donovan Peoples-Jones is an explosive stretcher that is itself dormant in the deep league.
Nelson Agholor, WR, Los Vegas Raiders
Nelson Agholor looked like a deep pass specialist in weeks 4-5, but that changed last week. Agholor, or “Swagholor” as the cool kids call him, saw nine targets tying Darren Waller to lead the team. He caught five of them for a high team of 107 yards and a touchdown. He finished with a high season of 21.7 fantasy points, his third consecutive game with over 14 fantasy points. This week, he faces the Browns ‘defense, which gave up the WRs’ 48.71 fantastic PPG this season, the second largest in the league. That includes 210 receiving yards per game to the third-largest position in the NFL. The increase in volume combined with the auspicious match is Agholor as the frontier WR3 this week.
Richard Rodgers, TE, Green Bay Packers
Carson Wentz averaged more than 11 assists per game by the end, the most in the NFL this season. This can be expected when he has Zack Erz and Dallas Gödert, but even continued with the duo aside. Last week, Richard Rodgers intervened and saw eight goals, finishing with six catches and 85 teams from the yards. This week, he faces a cowboy defense that allows a lot of points for everyone. During the season, they allowed 14.8 fantastic PPG to narrow ends, the 10th highest in the league. With the Eagles still in full swing and the Cowboys auspicious, Rodgers is a sneaky TE1 this week.
The Aries’ defense was the strength of their team this season. They only allow 17.7 PPG this season, the second lowest in the NFL. They have lifted 24 sacks this season, which puts them in a draw for third place in the NFL. This strong defense will continue against Tua Tagovailoa, who will make his first start. The future looks bright in Miami, but the first start of QB against Aaron Donald, Jalen Ramsey and this defense? This is a terrible first match! The Rams’ defense is in first place for placing fantastic points this week.
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