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Geno Smith- $5,900 at Detroit:
The Seattle Seahawks have evolved their offensive game plan to become a more pass-happy approach. Geno Smith is firing the ball with a fire volume than expected. You will hear me discuss Lions/Seahawks this week as one of the more under-the-radar high-scoring affairs.
Jared Goff- $6,300 vs. Seattle:
The Detroit Lions are scoring much more than expected coming into the 2022 season. Without D’Andre Swift in this one, Jared Goff may have to carry more of the load in the passing game. Opposing offenses have exploited the Seattle defense the last two weeks. Expect the Lions to score plenty on Sunday.
Cooper Rush- $5,900 vs. Washington:
The Washington defense has been stout up front, but they have been burnt early in 2022 by the passing game. Cooper Rush has done a fine job in the absence of Dak Prescott. This game may be the last time we see Rush under center for the Cowboys–expect him to go out in style.
Zach Wilson- $5,500 at Pittsburgh:
I don’t believe Zach Wilson is good. Not exactly the ringing endorsement you want to hear. Fantasy football is about volume. No team has slung it through the first three weeks of the season like the New York Jets. If the Jets have the same game plan with Zach Wilson under center, he is a bargain basement value play at $5,500.
Jamaal Williams- $5,000 vs. Seattle:
Jamaal Williams will likely serve as the every-down back for Detroit. OwnersBox has not calculated for the increased workload. Take advantage.
Khalil Herbert- $4,900 at New York Giants:
With David Montgomery presumed out for week four, Khalil Herbert is a SMASH play at $4,900.
Rashaad Penny- $4,900 at Detroit:
Rashaad Penny still leads the Seattle Seahawks backfield. In a potentially high-scoring affair against Detroit, Rashaad Penny should return value at $4,900.
Dameon Pierce- $4,900 vs. Los Angeles Chargers:
The Chargers allowed the Jaguars to run all over them in Week Three. Dameon Pierce can capitalize on his advanced workload at $4,900.
Damien Harris- $5,100 and Rhamondre Stevenson- $4,700 at Green Bay:
With Brian Hoyer likely under center for the New England Patriots, they will likely try to ground-and-pound the Packers front seven. Damien Harris and Rhamondre Stevenson are in play at their price tags.
Romeo Doubs- $4,500 vs. New England:
Romeo Doubs has shined as the de facto #1 WR for the Green Bay Packers. I see nothing to suggest he won’t be a value again at $4,500.
Elijah Moore- $4,900 at Pittsburgh:
Elijah Moore and Zack Wilson developed chemistry at the end of the 2021 season. With Wilson presumed to be back under center in Week Four, perhaps the tandem can pick up where they left off.
Jahan Dotson- $4,700 at Dallas:
Don’t let the box score fool you–Jahan Dotson was heavily involved in the Washington game plan last week. Expect positive regression in production this week for the rookie receiver.
Isaiah McKenzie- $4,600 at Baltimore:
You want pieces of the Buffalo/Baltimore game. Isaiah McKenzie is a bit under the radar at only $4,600.
T.J. Hockenson- $4,600 vs. Seattle:
T.J. Hockenson should see an increase in his involvement this week with D’Andre Swift on the sideline.
David Njoku- $4,500 at Atlanta:
David Njoku–featured on Thursday Night against Pittsburgh. The Browns had great success finding their athletic TE early and often. Why change now?