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QB Andy Dalton, CIN (56.5%)

Dalton didn’t have a great week 5, but he simply needs to be owned. He’s QB13 on the year and will be included in my week 6 QB streamers article, since he has a great divisional matchup with the Steelers.

QB Jameis Winston, TB (12.7%)

Winston was recently named the Bucs’ starter and is coming off of a bye, so it makes sense that his ownership is so low. Tampa should have a solid game plan, seeing they had an extra week to prepare. This game also has the highest over/under of the week on MyBookie, set at 57.5. We know how explosive these offenses can be, and certainly how poor the defenses have played. The Falcons are the fourth-worst against quarterbacks this season. We can also see below how Winston has stepped up his game in his five matchups with Atlanta.

QB C.J. Beathard, SF (3.1%)

Three weeks in a row. When will people listen? Go back to either last week or the week before for analysis. The only thing new is a Monday night matchup with the Packers. He’s another great streaming option.

QB Blake Bortles, JAC (40%)

Bortles is QB12 this season and has looked pretty good overall. He also is a better fantasy player without Leonard Fournette, averaging over 300 passing yards without him, over the six games without the running back. We also know it’s getting closer to December, which is his month! You FlurrySports Podcast listeners know what I’m talking about! Check out this Mr. December merch we had designed! We do not receive any percentage of the sales, but it is a pretty awesome shirt.

RB Alfred Blue, HOU (15.6%)

With Lamar Miller active, Alfred Blue got the Sunday night start and performed well. Running was inefficient, since the offensive line still sucks, but he ran for 46 yards and caught 8 passes for 73 yards. It would be shocking to see Houston go back to Miller, barring an injury to Blue or the soon-to-be-active D’Onta Foreman.

RBs From Philly

Corey Clement (28.2%)
Wendell Smallwood (7.7%)

After losing starting running back Jay Ajayi for the season, Philly has a short turnaround to play the Giants on Thursday. Corey Clement hasn’t played since week 3, but he is expected to play Thursday and is the clear most talented option. However, Wendell Smallwood will get plenty of run in the backfield as well, and it’s doubtful either player suddenly emerges as a clear bellcow. It will be a rotation. I also fully expect for the Eagles to bring another running back in, since they have already reached out to Buffalo about LeSean McCoy. However, given the short week, I expect these two to be the duo we see Thursday.

RB Nyheim Hines, IND (46.9%)

Hines had another good performance to back up his breakout week 4. However, this time he received 15 carries. We have no clue how healthy/injured Marlon Mack really is, so as long as he is inactive, it seems as though Hines will be the main ball carrier. Even with Mack back, Hines will receive some carries and be active as a receiving option. He needs to be owned in all PPR leagues.

RB Jamaal Charles, JAC (0%)

While writing this, the Jaguars signed the old vet. When we last saw him, he looked to have plenty of game left in those legs, as long as his workload is monitored. This move shows that they are in no rush to bring Fournette back. So, give Charles a look in deeper leagues, and hold onto Yeldon for now, though this certainly affects him.

RB Mike Davis, SEA (14.5%)

With Chris Carson returning, it moved Davis to the sideline. However, the snap share was split between Carson and Davis 58/42%. Also, Davis received three carries inside the 10-yard line, which resulted in his touchdown. Carson did not get a single touch inside the 10. Heading to Oakland this week, there should be goal line opportunities for the Seahawks, which looks to Davis’ territory.

RB Ronald Jones, TB (18.2%)

Coming off their bye, the Bucs need to find a spark. Some magic, if you will. Unfortunately, it won’t be FitzMagic, as Jameis Winston is set to start. Even when the passing game was performing at the top level, the running game was non-existent. It was inefficient, and much worse than it should have been. Peyton Barber does not seem to be the answer at the position, so with the bye week to get Jones more snaps in practice and prepped for the future, it would make sense for the team to put some trust in the rookie and use him more going forward. Now, Koetter does love to make bad decisions, but this seems like a move even he would make.


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