Welcome everyone to my seventh game-by-game breakdown of the 2018 NFL season! If you read this article last season, welcome back! And if you’re new here, grab a seat! My goal here is to give you my overall thoughts on each game and narrow down my overall player pool for you. I’m predominately a cash game player, but I do play in more tournaments for football than I do baseball and basketball. My cash game pool will be narrowed down even further in my Building Blocks article that will also be available here via DFS Karma on Friday’s. Let’s get it!
Denver Broncos @ Arizona Cardinals
Vegas Insight: Broncos 21.75, Cardinals 20.75
Quarterback: After a string of strong Thursday night games, we are sent back to the past borderline unwatchable games with Case Keenum heading into Arizona to take on rookie Josh Rosen. Outside of the showdown and single game slates, I have pretty much zero interest in these two quarterbacks. Keenum has provided value this season when trailing, picking up garbage time stats but that probably won’t be the case this week against Rosen and the Cardinals. Rosen has topped 200 yards just once this season, and it came last week on the back of a sub-10 point fantasy performance.
Running Back: This is definitely where the focus will be on the single game slates, and it’s where I am most comfortable attacking as well. For the Broncos, they still are going with the tandem of Philip Lindsay and Royce Freeman, but I can’t knock how good Lindsay as been despite how big of a fan I am of Freeman. Lindsay has out-touched Freeman in all five of him games, and he’s been better fantasy-wise as well. The Cardinals have been pretty much the worst run-defense in the NFL through the first month and a half of the NFL season, and they allowed five runs of 20+ yards last wek to the Vikings. I definitely would prioritize Lindsay, but you can go cheat code as well and play him together with Freeman for the showdown slate.
On the other side, I could sit here and tilt about how David Johnson is being used all day…but I won’t I’m better than that…right? The Broncos have been absolutely gashed on the ground the last few weeks giving up monster weeks to Isaiah Crowell and Todd Gurley. This sets up perfectly for Johnson, I just wish that they knew how to use him in the passing game correctly. Either way, he still has been seeing 20+ touches regularly and this is probably the best spot he’s been in all season.
Pass Catchers: Much like the QB section, the pass catchers are pretty thin outside of the single game slate. Emmanuel Sanders is the clear guy we want here, he’s been the best wideout in Denver dating back to the preseason and he is the guy with the strongest rapport with Keenum. He’s seen double-digit targets in each of the last two weeks and Adam Thielen ripped the Cardinals up in the slot last week. On the Cardinals side, Larry Fitzgerald will be tied up in the slot with Chris Harris, you could take a shot on Christian Kirk but DJ is the Cardinals player I want to jam in.
Overall Outlook: Given the ugly nature of this game, I could definitely see taking some shots with defense or kicker. I really wish Chad (Swag) Kelly was starting for the Broncos tonight instead of Keenum, I would have interest in him but maybe there’s the off chance that Keenum comes out and sucks in the first half and gets benched.
Minnesota Vikings @ New York Jets
Vegas Insight: Vikings 25, Jets 21.5
Quarterback: The Jets have found themselves in a shootout each of the last two weeks, but rookie Sam Darnold has topped 300 yards passing just once, and it came in Week 2 against Miami. They are using Darnold as limited as possible given how young he is, and that’s going to take him out of DFS consideration for me even though I do think the Jets can put up some points in this spot at home. Kirk Cousins is the QB we are interested in from this game, and there actually might be some added motivation from the Jets defense after he spurned them from a visit as a free agent this past offseason. The Vikings are fifth-overall in pass attempts this season and outside of last week they have had no running game whatsoever to lean on. I love this spot for Cousins as the Jets have allowed 300+ passing yards in back-to-back weeks and I will be focused on him in GPPs once again this week.
Running Back: As I just mentioned, the Vikings have had no run game at all this season outside of last week, but that came against the Cardinals and the worst run-defense in the league. It sounded going into the week like Dalvin Cook would be active and they would emphasize more of a committee with Cook/Latavius Murray/Mike Boone/Roc Thomas, well that did not happen. Cook was ruled inactive on Sunday morning and it ended up with Murray getting 24 carries and dominating the work on his way to 155 yards and a score. It looks like Cook will be held out again this week, but I think the matchup is worse and the Vikings will actually go more with the RBBC this week. I still have interest in Murray in tournaments after what he did a week ago, but this is clearly a spend-up at running back week in cash games to me.
For the Jets, we were robbed of a #BilalPowellWeek last week when Isaiah Crowell was declared active on Sunday morning. They have become increasingly frustrating to decipher as the season has gone on and the Vikings are allowing under 80 yards per game on the ground, so I’ll pass here.
Pass Catchers: This is definitely going to be the focus of this game, with Adam Thielen and Stefon Diggs in strong spots and a certain Jets receiver looking playable in all formats. I don’t think I need to dive in too deep with Thielen as a core play this week, the Jets have been victimized in the slot all season long, and we used Chester Rogers in this spot last week for God’s sake. Thielen has been the best wide receiver in football this season, and he’s on pace to shatter the single season target record. As for Diggs, the Jets are also banged up at CB on the outside, and Diggs is equally one of the best WR’s in the game. My initial lean would be to go Thielen in cash and Diggs in tourneys, but I think both are playable pretty much everywhere.
Some people may cheat and glance down and see Jermaine Kearse listed as the Jets WR that’s playable, what’s up with that? Well, Quincy Enunwa is out injured, and after he left last week’s game Kearse took over his role and ended up with 10 targets. Xavier Rhodes is not going to shadow Kearse in the slot, and Enunwa has provided a massive volume-led role this season playing there for Darnold. There is another cheap wide receiver that is going to be owned, which we will get to in the 4 0 clock section, but I am interested in Kearse as well.
Cash Game Outlook: Adam Thielen, Stefon Diggs, Jermaine Kearse
GPP Outlook: Kirk Cousins, Latavius Murray
UPDATE: It looks like we could get a #BilalPowell week with Isaiah Crowell questionable, monitor that news up until lock and for the Vikings, the Jets will be without their top three corners on Sunday further boosting the matchup for Cousins/Thielen/Diggs.
Houston Texans @ Jacksonville Jaguars
Vegas Insight: Jaguars 23.5, Texans 18.5
Quarterback: This is probably going to be a pretty ugly game (see Week 6: DAL/JAX), but there are some viable tournament plays within the filth. At Quarterback, I really want to be interested in Deshaun Watson at his price, against a Jaguars defense that was gashed on the ground last week by Dak Prescott, but I simply can’t trust him. He looked legitimately hurt last week, and he didn’t run the ball at all. The matchup is not bad for someone that plays like him, but he needs to run to smash for fantasy and I can’t trust that he will.
Blake Bortles on the other hand, wooo boy. Don’t get me started. Bortles has been really, really bad lately…I mean REALLY bad, but I do think he is in play for tournaments. If you look at the games he has really struggled in, they’ve been against the slow-paced teams, such as Dallas. He did well in garbage time against Kansas City, but he also was fine against New England. Jacksonville and Houston both play at a top-ten pace, and he is a solid home favorite. There’s no way you can trust him in cash games, but there is reason to believe Bortles can redeem himself this week.
Running Back: The running games here are pretty ugly overall. Lamar Miller has been out-played by Alfred Blue in back-to-back weeks but he continues to narrowly out-work him. You pretty much need a touchdown when it comes to one of them, and with them expected to be losing and with a hurt QB I’m not going to be looking here for DFS.
The Jaguars situation is a mess as a whole. I want to have interest in TJ Yeldon, who was hurt by the offense putting up a dud as a whole in Week 6. That being said, he popped up on the injury report and now we are going to have to wait and see if he plays. Check back this weekend for an update in this section, dare I say Jamaal Charles may be thrust into heavy action with Leonard Fournette also out.
Pass Catchers: Let’s start this section off with the fact that DeAndre Hopkins is only $6,900 on DraftKings. That’s flat-out stupid. I get they price him down for the matchup, but Hopkins has historically crushed Jalen Ramsey in head-to-head matchups and he just put up 5-63-1 on Tre’Davious White last week, someone who has severely out-played Ramsey this season. Normally, we don’t want to attack Jacksonville on the outside, but I’m fine with Hopkins anywhere at that cheap of a price tag. The other popular cheap name is Keke Coutee, who I do have interest in for savings but I’m going to have him firmly behind Kearse/Reynolds etc. This is a week where the Texans might need to use him like they did against Dallas, racking up short catches around the line of scrimmage, especially if they are trailing, so I can see the upside.
The Jags pass catchers are the same for me each week, you basically have to guess which one scores, which I hate doing, but all make sense if you’re going to throw a dart with Bortles in a GPP. I like Dede Westbrook’s matchup against Kareem Jackson the most, so he would probably be who I land on but that’s extremely thin to me.
Cash Game Outlook: DeAndre Hopkins
GPP Outlook: Blake Bortles, TJ Yeldon, Keke Coutee
Cleveland Browns @ Tampa Bay Buccaneers
Vegas Insight: Buccaneers 26.75, Browns 23.75
Quarterback: This is one of the most attractive overall games of the Week 7 main slate, and we are going to get one of those situations where you can pretty much play anyone in tournaments. Baker Mayfield looked like a rookie for the first time this past week against the Chargers, but the Bucs secondary has given up 300+ passing yards in every game this season as well as highest yards per attempt. This has been the go-to spot for opposing passing games this season (see Mitchell Trubisky) and if there was a spot for Mayfield to finally explode, it’s this one.
Winston came out and put up a monster game in his first start of the season, throwing for 395 yards and four touchdowns against the Atlanta Falcons. This Browns defense is going to be banged up coming into this game, missing guys like all-pro linebacker Joe Schobert and will probably be down two corners in Terrance Mitchell and EJ Gaines. With a 50+ total and Winston as a home favorite, I think he is playable in all formats once again even though he did see a decent price hike.
Running Back: This is probably not the place I want to attack this game, mainly because the Buccaneers are much more vulnerable through the air than they are on the ground. Hyde has looked ineffective over the past few weeks, and despite a strong workload that’s not someone I have interest in this week. I wish I could write about Duke Johnson, who be taking on a larger role in the offense with all of the injuries the Browns have dealth with at WR, but we can file this under inept Browns coaching…he hasn’t seen double-digit touches once this season. Ridiculous.
Peyton Barber was brought to life last week, but I do think that could of been more about the matchup with the Falcons than it was about him. That being said, the Browns did give up over 200 yards on the ground to the Chargers last week, so at $3,800 on DraftKings you can certainly give Barber a look in tournaments.
Pass Catchers: This is where we can start to really get excited about this game. With Rashard Higgins out and Duke Johnson not involved, the Browns have an extremely concentrated target share. Jarvis Landry continues to see a steady diet of targets, but they have really failed to use him in the slot and over the middle of the field where he has been the best throughout his career. I’m completely fine with him as a volume play, but my favorite overall Browns pass catcher this week is David Njoku. Njoku has been used over the middle a ton, and he finally found the end zone last week. This Bucs defense has been terrorized over the middle of the field and Njoku is one of the top overall tight end plays this weekend. I will note that Damion Ratley is in the Kearse/Reynolds punt tier, given how much he was used last week. He saw eight targets last week and hauled in six of them for 82 yards.
On the Bucs side, they have so many mouths to feed I think you could make the case for just about everyone. Last week, I said that playing Jameis naked (by himself) in cash games was completely fine and I think you can do the same again this week. With Evans, Godwin, Jackson, Howard all there Winston can easily have a huge game while they all post stellar games. This is clearly a game you’re going to want pieces to this weekend, however.
Cash Game Outlook: Baker Mayfield, David Njoku, Jarvis Landry, Jameis Winston, OJ Howard
GPP Outlook: Mike Evans, DeSean Jackson, Chris Godwin, Damion Ratley (Punt?)
UPDATE: Big news here, as the Browns traded Carlos Hyde on Friday. This bumps Nick Chubb into the cash game range at his price and it also bumps up Duke Johnson in GPPs. Gerald McCoy is out, so it’s not as tough of a matchup as it typically is with TB.
Detroit Lions @ Miami Dolphins
Vegas Insight: Lions 24.75, Dolphins 22
Quarterback: It’s not that I think this is a super bad game, but I just don’t find my interest level being high here in terms of daily fantasy plays. I definitely could see going with Matthew Stafford in tournaments, however, as the Dolphins have finally come crashing back to earth on defense. Sure, they fooled you for a few weeks, but just like at the end of a Scooby Doo episode when they reveal who the villain really is, the Bears revealed who the Dolphins defense really is…bad! They allowed over 300 yards and three touchdowns through the air to Mitchell Trubisky and Stafford is right with Kirk Cousins on my low-owned GPP list.
I know, I know, Brock Osweiler played well last week against the Bears defense. I just think that’s pretty thin at quarterback and it’s not something I’m personally going to do. Even though he is basically free.
Running Back: For the fifth week in a row, I would love to write about Kerryon Johnson here but I can’t because of Matt Patricia’s undenying love for Legarrette Blount. I will say that Johnson has been getting increasingly more work, but Blount still comes in anytime they’re near the goal line and that’s not something I would go with in anything outside of a deep GPP, despite the positive matchup.
It’s pretty much the same story for Kenyan Drake. He’s clearly the best running back on the team, but Frank Gore has more rushing attempts in each of the last three games. Drake still gets passing game work, but it’s not something we can trust yet unless you plan on playing 75+ different teams.
Pass Catchers: If we have interest in Stafford, then obviously we are going to look at some of his weapons and I’m focusing in on Golden Tate and Kenny Golladay this week. Tate is averaging double-digit targets this season and he sets up perfectly to exploit how the Dolphins scheme their defense. Marvin Jones is a touchdown or bust guy now, while Tate and Golladay take the majority of the work. Tate sets up better on a full-PPR site like DraftKings, while Golladay has the ability to put up a huge game ceiling wise.
Justin Bales nailed the Albert Wilson call last week, and while I think you can definitely go back to him as a GPP dart I will be avoiding this situation all around.
Cash Game Outlook: None
GPP Outlook: Matt Stafford, Golden Tate, Kenny Golladay
UPDATE: Theo Riddick was ruled out and Ameer Abdullah is expected to be active. I’m really not buying into Abdullah, so i think this elevates Kerryon Johnson into the playable in all formats category in this matchup.
Carolina Panthers @ Philadelphia Eagles
Vegas Insight: Eagles 25, Panthers 20
Quarterback: This is a lot like the last game, with a few quality options but it doesn’t fit the CLE/TB or NO/BAL category of this slate. I will say, this will be a great real-life game in comparison to fantasy football. Cam Newton comes in at only $5,900 on DraftKings, which is a fantastic price when you factor in his rushing ability, but I typically like to roster him at home and in a better matchup when it comes to cash games. You can certainly use him in GPPs, the upside at that price is evident, but he isn’t topping some of the other options for cash.
Wentz has looked better and better each game this season, and he himself is priced at just $6,000 on DK. Wentz excelled in this matchup last season in Carolina, and I think he has a tad more safety being at home and with most of his weapons back. If I was playing a QB in this game, I think I would lean Wentz.
Running Back: Christian McCaffrey had his first “down” game of the season a week ago against Washington, but he still almost hit 15 DraftKings points showing how high his floor truly is. I think you can look at him as a stack with Cam, as always, but I’m not putting him ahead of Todd Gurley and Ezekiel Elliott this week.
I like that we can find value in the Eagles backfield, but it’s way too risky for me with how they use them for DFS. Both Wendell Smallwood and Corey Clement will be firmly in the mix and I don’t want to guess which one will score.
Pass Catchers: This is the one area of this game I think you can look at for cash games, and it’s in Devin Funchess and Alshon Jeffery. Funchess has seen seven or more targets in each of the last four games, and we want to attack this Eagles secondary on the outside. He’s found the end zone twice over the last three weeks and he remains affordable across the industry. On the other side, Jeffery has seen over 23% of the Eagles targets since returning from injury and much like the Eagles, we can definitely attack this Panthers secondary
Both tight ends are tournament plays for me, but they fall behind guys like Njoku and Howard given their strong matchup/price combos.
Cash Game Outlook: Alshon Jeffery, Devin Funchess
GPP Outlook: Carson Wentz, Zach Ertz, Cam Newton, Christian McCaffrey, Greg Olsen
UPDATE: It’s going to be pretty cold/windy in PHI on Sunday and I think I have bumped down my interest in this game as a whole, Jeffery the only real play I’m looking at here.
New England Patriots @ Chicago Bears
Vegas Insight: Patriots 26, Bears 23
Quarterback: Quarterback is pretty interesting to me this week, everyone is relatively affordable, but very few stick out as core plays for me. This Bears defense is good, especially at home, but they also just gave up 380 yards and three scores to Brock Osweiler last week. You can certainly fire up Brady in a tournament, and I don’t hate Trubisky either, but I’d put him behind guys like Stafford and Wentz.
Running Back: This is a very tough situation for me this week, and I’ve spent a good deal of time thinking about it since the salaries were released. I really don’t want to take a running back against this Bears defense, and I hate that he is literally not involved in the passing game whatsoever, but Sony Michel has been so good for the Patriots that you have to consider him a decent play. They aren’t going to get blown out, so the non-passing game involvement won’t kill him unless it’s a super close game, and even that happened last weekend and he still went for over 100 yards again. I can’t put him in the cash game range in this matchup, but he is an interesting option. The same can be said for James White, but I prefer Michel as White has become a touchdown or bust guy with Michel’s increasing presence.
I love Tarik Cohen in this spot, and I love how Matt Nagy has been able to use him recently. Cohen’s snap count has risen each of the last three weeks while Jordan Howard’s has fallen, and Cohen has eight and nine targets over the last two games. The Patriots were gashed by Kareem Hunt in the passing game on Sunday night, and I think Cohen has a pretty big ceiling at his price point.
Pass Catchers: The Patriots have a lot going on in the passing game with Julian Edelman back, Josh Gordon’s role increasing weekly and Rob Gronkowski at his lowest price in over a year ($6,000 on DraftKings). The core play there for me is Gordon, and it’s because in his first full game (in terms of PT) he saw over 25% of the Patriots targets and was looked at downfield a ton. This role is going to be so valuable in this Patriots offense, and he is priced too low for his ceiling.
On the Bears side, you can look at someone like Allen Robinson in tournaments, but for the price I think Taylor Gabriel is who you will consider for cash games. I do think it could be kind of thin with Anthony Miller back, so I wouldn’t put him in the Reynolds/Kearse/Snead tier, but his air yards numbers are off the charts and Nagy is scheming to him a lot. He isn’t going to provide massive volume, however, so you’re going to want a splash play to hit with him.
Cash Game Outlook: Tarik Cohen, Taylor Gabriel, Josh Gordon
GPP Outlook: Tom Brady, James White, Sony Michel, Rob Gronkowski, Allen Robinson
Buffalo Bills @ Indianapolis Colts
Vegas Insight: Colts 25, Bills 17
Quarterback: Ohhhhhh boy, here we go! Cleveland Browns legend Derek Anderson is making the start for the Bills this Sunday, and I really have no other words. On the home side of the ball, we know Andrew Luck is starting and we know that he leads the NFL in pass attempts by a wide margin. This Bills secondary has proved to be legitimate this season, and while their offense is bottom-five, I am not looking to actively attack their defense even with Luck.
Running Back: It’s finally Shady SZN again! McCoy has seen 19 and 26 touches over his last two games, and is finally looking healthy and involved int he offense. He remains affordably priced on DraftKings given how bad he’s been to start the year, and the Colts have given up some big games on the ground. I like him in all formats this week, in the same tier as someone like Tarik Cohen.
The Colts running back is too messy for me once again this week, Hines role was greatly reduced with Marlon Mack back last week and I’m not trying to guess here.
Pass Catchers: Given that Derek Anderson is starting at quarterback, and Kelvin Benjamin is the number one wideout, I’ll have to pass on the Bills pass catchers. For the Colts, we can still look at Ebron who is affordably priced, but seeing massive volume given the injuries the Colts have dealt with on offense. I still think the Njoku/Howard range will be the most popular in cash games, but I like jumping up to Ebron in GPPs.
Cash Game Outlook: LeSean McCoy
GPP Outlook: Eric Ebron
UPDATE: With all of the value at running back now, I’m bumping down my McCoy interest to GPP-only.
New Orleans Saints @ Baltimore Ravens
Vegas Insight: Ravens 26, Saints 23.75
Quarterback: Two of the best games on the Week 7 main slate come in the 4 o clock eastern hour, and this is one of them. It would be better if this game took place in the fast track in New Orleans, but I will gladly accept it in Baltimore on just a ten game slate. As much interest as I have in this game, I don’t think you can really look at Drew Brees in anything outside of tournaments. His ceiling is automatically lower since this game is on the road, and the Ravens defense has been really strong to start the season. He is extremely cheap on DraftKings, but I don’t think he has a higher ceiling than some of the guys priced around him.
I can’t believe I’ve marked Joe Flacco as cash game playable, but here we are. Flacco is sneakily right behind Andrew Luck in passing attempts this season and this Saints secondary has been one of the worst in the NFL. He’s at home, a favorite, and very cheap on DraftKings. Sign me up!
Running Back: I’m more interested in the passing games in this game than I am the running game, especially now that Mark Ingram is back. With Ingram returning, we have more of a timeshare between him and Kamara and while I still think Kamara has immense fantasy value, we can’t pay Todd Gurley price for him anymore. On the Ravens side, it’s still going to be Alex Collins and Buck Allen splitting work, but it’s clear that the way to attack the Saints is through the air, not on the ground.
Pass Catchers: This is where this game gets good fantasy-wise, with five viable options sticking out to me. On the Saints side, it’s really tough to attack this Ravens secondary while paying top dollar so you can definitely file Mike Thomas under your tournament options, but we aren’t using him about the Minnesota guys in cash games. Tre’Quan Smith smashed in the Saints Monday night game, and with Ted Ginn on IR he has free reign to become the next option behind Thomas/Kamara. He’s legit, and I’m going to buy the hype with him.
If I have interest in Flacco, I definitely am going to want some exposure to his pass catchers. The one that sticks out the most to me is John Brown, coming off a down week, he can hopefully fall below the other two in terms of ownership. He remains third-overall in the NFL in air yards per airyards.com, and if you look, deep threat WR’s such as DeSean Jackson and Antonio Callaway have destroyed this Saints secondary. Crabtree will be matched up on Marshon Lattimore, leaving Brown to run free on Ken Crawley and Willie Snead set up for a big game at a cheap price in the slot. Snead is right there with Kearse/Reynolds for cheap cash game plays.
Cash Game Outlook: Joe Flacco, John Brown, Willie Snead
GPP Outlook: Drew Brees, Michael Thomas, Alvin Kamara, Mark Ingram, Michael Crabtree, Tre’Quan Smith
Los Angeles Rams @ San Francisco 49ers
Vegas Insight: Rams 31, 49ers 21
Quarterback: This is the second fantastic game of the afternoon, with the Rams being pretty much the focal point of the entire slate. The presence of Todd Gurley hasn’t hurt Goff’s fantasy value a ton yet this season, and he should be able to shred this 49ers secondary. Goff is playable in all formats for me, and he’s right there along with Winston, Mayfield and Flacco.
Everyone that read my content last year knows I love me some CJ Beathard, but with so many mid-priced QB options this week I don’t think I will go there. I don’t hate taking a shot on him in GPPs as a home dog, but there isn’t a huge pricing gap at quarterback this week so I’ll stick with some higher floor options.
Running Back: As I’ve alluded to this whole article, Todd Gurley is the top overall play on this slate. His usage is insane, this offense is insane, and he smashed last week…which resulted in a $200 price drop. Obviously there’s the case to be made to fade him in tournaments, but he’s the first player in every single one of my cash game builds so far. His floor/ceiling combo is insane, even at his price.
Alfred Morris got pretty much zero usage on Monday night football this past week, and Matt Breida has clearly taken over as the 49ers lead back. You can certainly look at him in tourneys, but I’ll put him behind both LeSean McCoy and Tarik Cohen.
Pass Catchers: The Rams receiver position is going to look a bit different this week with Cooper Kupp expected to miss this game. I expect Robert Woods to step into Kupps’s role on the slot, with Josh Reynolds taking over a full-time role in three wide receiver sets, which the Rams use at the highest rate in the NFL. All of these guys are playable in pretty much every format, including Brandin Cooks who I have yet to mention. I love Reynolds for cheap, but he does have a pretty low floor, I prefer Woods over Cooks in cash games, but it’s clear we are going to want Rams exposure on our main team.
If you are looking to run your Rams stack back in GPP’s, you can look at either George Kittle or Marquise Goodwin. The Rams have been a bit better against tight ends as of late, but Kittle is so locked into volume that I don’t think it matters much. The place I love to attack the Rams is on the outside right now given their wealth of CB injuries, and I think Goodwin can build off his huge MNF performance here, especially if they are trailing early.
Cash Game Outlook: Jared Goff, Todd Gurley, Robert Woods, Josh Reynolds, Brandin Cooks
GPP Outlook: George Kittle, Marquise Goodwin, Matt Breida
UPDATE: After further researching, messing with lineups, and seeing how ownership will play out, we need to bump CJ Beathard up to cash game playable.
Written by Ben Hossler (Follow @BenHossler on Twitter)