Sony Michel

Sony hasn’t been in top form yet this year, but expect him to get a lot of goal line opportunities after some Washington turnovers.

Dave Richard of CBS Sports:

“While I’m not ready to say Michel has rounded into the form we fell in love with last season, I am ready to say that whatever happened in Week 3 was an outlier. Michel rebounded from playing 22% of snaps to getting 44% of the work in Week 4 in what turned out to be a more competitive game WITH James White back”

Auden Tate

A.J. Green is still out and now John Ross is, too.

Dalton Del Don of Yahoo! Sports:

“The depleted Arizona secondary has been shredded for 8.5 YPA with a 10:0 TD:INT ratio while ceding a Passer Rating (118.4) only beaten by the tanking Dolphins.”

Marquez Valdez-Scantling

Davante Adams is out. MVS will get a crapload of targets.

Matthew Berry of ESPN says “In his one game this season with at least eight targets, MVS put up a 6-99-1 line in Week 3 against Denver, and I like his chances of seeing that amount of targets this week.”

Berry also has some good trade advice in his Love/Hate column:


Daniel Jones

I know it’s easy to ride the high of the last couple weeks, but The Duke of York has yet to face a good defense. He will today.

Michael Fabiano of

“This week, I’d keep Danny Dimes on the sidelines against a Vikings defense that’s surrendered an average of just 239.8 passing yards and 15.3 fantasy points to opposing quarterbacks this season.”

D.J. Chark

Justin Boone of The Score

“Chark is in for a potential shadow matchup with standout corner James Bradberry, the man responsible for limiting Mike Evans to four catches for 61 yards and DeAndre Hopkins to five receptions for 41 yards.”

Chark will draw a tough matchup. And he is no Hopkins or Evans.

Frank Gore

Tennessee has a good defense, and Devin Singletary could cut into Gore’s carries.

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