QB Marcus Mariota, TEN (20.3%)
It’s crazy what gaining feeling in their hand can do to improve a quarterback’s play! Mariota finished the game against the Eagles with 344 yards and a touchdown passing to go with 46 yards and another score on the ground. He faces the Bills this upcoming week before a tough game against Baltimore.
QB Andy Dalton, CIN (52.9%)
Dalton has continued to be really solid this year. In fact, he’s QB10 through four weeks! I don’t think losing Eifert affects much, and getting Joe Mixon back will only make this offense more dangerous.
QB Blake Bortles, JAC (18.1%)
Much like how Dalton continues to impress, so does my man, Mr. December Blake Bortles! If you don’t get the nickname, listen to the FlurrySports Podcast sometime you uncultured plebeian. Anyways…Bortles is QB12 through the first month of the season. He has looked good, and if Fournette misses more time, it has meant Bortles passes more often. The Jags go to Kansas City this week to face a high-powered offense, but lackluster secondary. Seems like a great streamer to me!
QB C.J. Beathard, SF (2%)
Last week, I said to pick this guy up. Now that he’s gone out there and impressed, will you listen now? He’s a talented quarterback that is in a great system. He is more willing to use and trust all of his weapons than Jimmy G, and he will give you points with his legs.
RB T.J. Yeldon, JAC (46.8%)
Leonard Fournette came back last week, but exited again due to his hamstring. It wasn’t necessarily a setback, but it’s still catching. Therefore, Yeldon may get another start this week. He is a must-own if you’re a Fournette owner anyways, so make sure he’s picked up.
RB Nyheim Hines, IND (15.5%)
Hines came to play this week! We were told that he would be the “Darren Sproles” role in this offense, and it showed against the Texans in week 4. He caught 9 passes for 63 yards and two touchdowns. The Colts have a short week, playing against the Patriots on Thursday. Indy may also be without their top pass-catcher, T.Y. Hilton, which would mean Hines needs to help pick up some of the slack in the passing game.