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I won $14 in Week 1 despite Julio Jones struggling and David Johnson getting knocked out, so not too bad. It was all because of Jared Goff and Cooper Kupp. I didn't have as much success last week, but I'm ready to rebound!
Here's the lineup I'm going with this week:
Kirk Cousins isn't the most exciting option, but I think he could get a ton of garbage time against the Raiders. I like the stack with him and Jamison Crowder, who should explode any week now following his slow start.
I also like Christian McCaffrey, as his targets will see an uptick with Greg Olsen out, and he should have a big game against the sorry Saints.
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Chet's FanDuel Picks:
Kirk Cousins is in a great spot to reverse his early season fortunes this week. He'll face a Raiders team traveling cross country, who also have allowed the ninth-most fantasy points to opposing quarterbacks this season. Cousins usually does his best work at home and this game has the highest over/under for the week. Add in that he comes at a discount due to his slow start, and I am all in this week.
Le'Veon Bell showed me enough last week to feel good about him getting on track sooner than later and sooner would be against the Bears this week, where the game script should suit Bell, giving him plenty of chances with a lead. His price and FS ownership percentages should be at an all-time low for him and that's a good time to pounce.
I did have Jay Ajayi in this spot, but I'm looking for a little more upside for GPP purposes with this lineup and Kareem Hunt has shown that upside without a doubt. I'll be rostering Ajayi in most of my cash lineups, but Hunt has more upside in the passing game, and I expect this game to be high scoring.
DeVante Parker just missed a huge game in San Diego last Sunday, and this week, he gets a much easier matchup against the hapless Jets. Jay Cutler targeted Parker deep (20+ yards) five times against the Chargers. This Jets team has been scorched by deep passes this season and just gave up three touchdowns to Michael Crabtree. I very much expect a touchdown from DP this week.
Terrelle Pryor has also gotten off to a slow start, but he still leads the team in targets and the second-leading target-getter for Washington. Jordan Reed doesn't look like he'll be playing at 100 percent. Again, this game is slated for a shootout, and Pryor should at the very least be the target leader for the team. I like the odds that he puts up good numbers in that situation.
Xavier Rhodes should put the clamps down on Mike Evans, at least enough to push a few more targets DeSean Jackson's way this week. This setup worked well for Martavis Bryant last week and I expect similar results this week.
Zach Ertz has been on fire so far this season and this week he gets a great matchup against the Giants, who have had trouble covering tight ends for a while now. And that hasn't changed this season, having given up seven receptions and a touchdown to Jason Witten and five receptions and a touchdown to Eric Ebron through the first two weeks.
I'm going with the Eagles kicker and defense this week, as I see Philly being able to get to Eli Manning with their stout defensive line, and the offense having some trouble against a good Giants defense, likely pushing them to kick more field goals.