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12-02-2016 18:00

NFLW Week 13 Picks

by Will Strome and Matt Aloisi | 12-02-2016 18:00

 

Daily Fantasy

 

Matt’s Value Players:
QB Ryan Fitzpatrick $5,200
RB Jeremy Hill $4,300
WR Marvin Jones $4,400
TE Vance McDonald $2,900

$5,200 price tag of Fitz is so cheap for a guy going against one of the worst pass defenses in the league. As for Hill, at this price combined with the touches he should get now that Gio Bernard is out makes Hill a tremendous value play. In what will be a colossal shootout for Detroit at New Orleans, there is going to be plenty of looks to go around and Jones will see close to a dozen of them. McDonald has emerged as one of the go-to guys for San Francisco now and averaging just over six targets since week seven puts him in a good spot as a cheap daily play.

 

Will’s Value Players:
QB Joe Flacco $5,300
RB James Starks $4,400
WR Victor Cruz $3,300
TE Ladarius Green $2,800

or only $5,300 and going against a Miami D that was absolutely torched by Kaep, Flacco is a great play with likely a low percentage in ownership. Starks is the top dog in GB’s ground game but he hasn’t put up Lacy-like numbers just yet. Houston’s defense is good but not great and with flurries in the Sunday forecast, Starks has a chance to see 20+ touches and finally prove to coaches that the Packers no longer need to keep trading for RB’s. Like Shepard who’s a must-start, Cruz is a sneaky play in daily and against Pittsburgh’s weak secondary, he could easily go off with all eyes on OBJ. Green was the Steelers’ big off season acquisition and made his debut last week against Indianapolis. He should play more of a role this week now that he’s back to full health.

 

 

 

Pick of the Week

 

Matt’s Pick: OAK -3 vs BUF

Oakland’s offense will be too much for the Bills. McCoy and company will fade later in the second half allowing the Raiders to put this one away. Lock it up!

 

Will’s Pick: ARI -2.5 vs WAS

On the road, Washington isn’t very impressive defensively on the road and Palmer has averaged two touchdowns a game over the last four weeks. Arizona is finally getting it together, probably too little too late, but all of a sudden they’ve looked like the threatening team we expected to see week one.



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