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NFL DFS | OwnersBox Week #1 Skeleton Keys

Today I look at the OwnersBox $100K Sunday Smash and more importantly, break down the Skeleton Key players that can open up your OwnersBox lineup and take down a large field. If you have not checked out OwnersBox yet–what are you waiting for? Click this link to check them out today!

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Rhamondre Stevenson- $4,500 at Miami:

Rhamondre Stevenson at $4,500 represents one of the best values on the slate. Stevenson could be the goal-line runner AND the 3rd down back for the Patriots in the opener.

Dameon Pierce- $4,600 vs. Indianapolis:

The Dameon Pierce hype train continues to roll on and is justifiable. Dameon Pierce is the lead back for the Texans and will not look back.

Mike Davis- $4,700 at New York Jets:

Keep an eye on the Ravens’ running back situation. We know that Gus Edwards will not be available early in the season. The Ravens have indicated that they intend to ease J.K. Dobbins into the lineup. Mike Davis could be in line for a heavy workload in the opener.

Kenneth Gainwell- $4,600 and Boston Scott- $4,300 at Detroit:

The Eagles’ RB situation is another to keep an eye on. Miles Sanders has a hamstring injury and hasn’t practiced in quite some time. Both Kenny Gainwell and Boston Scott are in play at their respective prices.

Isiah Pacheco- $4,300 at Arizona:

The Isiah Pacheco pre-season storyline has been a fascinating wrinkle to follow. Pacheco appears to be in line for some type of role, and in the Kansas City offense, anyone who sees the field is a viable fantasy option.


George Pickens- $4,700 at Cincinnati:

George Pickens appears to be the next WR star for the Pittsburgh Steelers. Pickens will pay off handsomely, sooner rather than later.

Rondale Moore- $4,600 vs. Kansas City:

With DeAndre Hopkins out for the first six games of the 2022 season, Rondale Moore should be featured in the Arizona offense.

Marquez Valdes-Scantling- $4,800 and Skyy Moore- $4,600 at Arizona:

Both MVS and Skyy Moore are explosive options in a shootout against Arizona. They are bargains at their current prices.

Jahan Dotson- $4,600 vs. Jacksonville:

Do I love the Washington passing game? No. Do I love the opening match-up against Jacksonville? Yes. Dotson can break loose against a woeful Jaguars secondary.

Kadarius Toney- $4,500 and Wan’Dale Robinson- $4,300 at Tennessee:

Kenny Golladay is terrible. The Giants are going to look for explosive plays in the passing game. Kadarius Toney and Wan’Dale Robinson offer explosive capabilities for bargain basement prices.

Chris Olave- $4,500 at Atlanta:

Chris Olave is the best receiver in New Orleans–there, I said it. The Falcons may have the worst defense in the league. Olave at $4,500 is thievery. 

Romeo Doubs- $4,500 at Minnesota:

Romeo Doubs has secured a role in the Packers’ offense. Aaron Rodgers will have to trust new options following the departure of Davante Adams and MVS.

Alec Pierce- $4,200 at Houston:

Alec Pierce has lined up as a starter for the Indianapolis Colts all off-season, providing big-play ability down the field.

Kyle Phillips- $4,000 vs. New York Giants:

Kyle Phillips is an underrated player heading into the 2022 season. The Titans need pass catchers, and Phillips has quickly become one of the most reliable on the team.


Brevin Jordan- $4,500 vs. Indianapolis:

There’s not much to offer in the Houston passing game outside of Brandin Cooks. Brevin Jordan could be a featured option in the opener.

David Njoku- $4,400 at Carolina:

David Njoku is one of my favorite plays on the slate, regardless of position. Njoku got paid in the off-season, and the Browns will feature him in an every-down role.

Evan Engram- $4,000 at Washington:

The Doug Pederson offense throws the ball to the TE position as much as any in the league. Evan Engram could be a primary beneficiary early on.

Isaiah Likely- $4,000 at New York Jets:

Isaiah Likely turned heads in the pre-season as he carved out a role as the 2nd TE in the Ravens’ dual-TE offense. 

Daniel Bellinger- $4,000 at Tennessee:

Daniel Bellinger is uber-athletic and appears to be the starter at TE for a Giants offense that has featured the TE position in the past.

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