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Tua Tagovailoa- $6,500 vs. Buffalo:
You would have thought that coming off of his career performance, the price tag on Tua Tagovailoa would have risen to new heights. Tua remains a relative bargain at $6,500. Tua Tagovailoa is a skeleton key for OwnersBox because if the Dolphins can keep pace with the Buffalo Bills, we could have another shootout of epic proportions on our hands.
Joe Flacco- $5,900 vs. Cincinnati:
Joe Flacco remains remarkably cost-efficient at $5,900. Flacco is a skeleton key for week three due to the Jets high passing volume. The Bengals/Jets game has sneaky shootout potential and can provide you with enough bargain pieces to assemble a stellar lineup.
Dameon Pierce- $4,800 at Chicago:
Dameon Pierce is THE skeleton key for Week Three. Pierce continues to emerge as the every-down back for the Houston Texans. The Texans/Bears game will be one of the few on the slate where the Texans can control the game on the ground.
J.D. McKissic- $4,800 vs. Philadelphia:
The way to attack the Philadelphia Eagles defense is to get the ball in your running back’s hands as a receiver out of the backfield. We know McKissic is one of the top receiving backs in the league. The game script should be ideal for a ceiling performance.
Travis Etienne- $5,100 at Los Angeles Chargers:
Many fantasy managers will be off of Travis Etienne heading into Week Three. James Robinson has re-emerged as the top overall back in Jacksonville. Expect the Chargers to pile on the points in this game, forcing the Jaguars to chase from behind. Travis Etienne will get plenty of looks out of the backfield in this ideal game script.
J.K. Dobbins- $5,200 at New England:
Keep an eye on the injury report, but the moment J.K. Dobbins is active for the Baltimore Ravens, he is a steal at his $5,200 price tag.
Miles Sanders- $5,500 at Washingon:
Miles Sanders continues to play well as the lead back for the Philadelphia Eagles. At $5,500, the slate has not caught up to Sanders’ involvement in the Eagles’ offense.
Leonard Fournette- $5,500 vs. Green Bay:
With the Buccaneers devoid of pass-catchers entering Week Three, I imagine they turn to a ground-and-pound approach with Leonard Fournette being the featured weapon on offense.
Drake London- $5,200 at Seattle:
Drake London is one of the best values on the slate, regardless of position. An emerging alpha receiver, London deserves consideration in any lineup.
Chris Olave- $4,500 at Carolina:
The ‘Air Yards’ Alpha returns to stretch the field for the Saints. If Jameis Winston can hit him more frequently on the deep balls, Chris Olave can carry your DFS lineup.
Garrett Wilson- $4,800 vs. Cincinnati:
Did we just see the takeover of the Jets’ receiver room? Garrett Wilson certainly looks the part of a fantasy star.
Jahan Dotson- $4,800 and Curtis Samuel- $5,100 vs. Philadelphia:
We recommended these two last week, given their price tags are undervalued. Dotson and Samuel both came through for you. We are going to stay with the duo this week as well.
DeVonta Smith- $4,900 at Washington:
DeVonta Smith bounced back to fantasy relevance following a strong Monday Night showing. The slate undervalues DeVonta Smith at just $4,900.
Irv Smith Jr.- $4,200 vs. Detroit:
Irv Smith Jr. found the end zone on Monday Night. He also let a long TD pass between his fingertips. Irv Smith Jr. remains a mainstay in the Vikings offense and is a steal at $4,200.
Logan Thomas- $4,500 vs. Philadelphia:
Logan Thomas has an every-down role and could see a high volume of targets against an Eagles defense that is vulnerable to the TE position.
Robert Tonyan- $4,500 at Tampa Bay:
The Packers will not be able to run on Tampa Bay as they ran over Chicago on Sunday Night Football. Aaron Rodgers will have to open up the offense, and Robert Tonyan will be a primary benefactor on Sunday.