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Tom Brady- $6,300 vs. Atlanta:
You will NOT find Tom Brady cheaper on this slate ever again! Brady will have his talented receivers around him for this one. The future Hall-of-Famer will be surgical in this one as he picks apart the Falcons’ defense.
Carson Wentz- $6,300 vs. Tennessee:
The opportunity to buy low on the Washington offense and Carson Wentz is now. Wentz was producing at a high level through two games. Washington ran into Philadelphia and Dallas the last two weeks, two of the better defensive fronts in the league. Now Washington draws Tennessee in Week 5–an exploitable match-up. Look for Washington and Carson Wentz to turn it around this week.
Ryan Tannehill- $6,200 at Washington:
I also like the QB on the opposite side of the field from Wentz–Ryan Tannehill. The Titans’ offense is back on track following an 0-2 start. Washington has been the worst defense in the league against the QB position thus far in 2022. In a sneaky shoot-out opportunity, Ryan Tannehill offers up a ceiling performance.
Raheem Mostert- $4,700 at New York Jets:
If you have not been paying attention to what is happening in the Miami backfield–Raheem Mostert has been taking control lately. Mostert is outsnapping Chase Edmonds by a wide margin. Don’t let the fluke touchdowns fool you. Mostert is in store for a big week sooner rather than later.
Breece Hall- $5,100 vs. Miami:
Similar to Raheem Mostert, on the opposite side of the field, Breece Hall has taken over the Jets’ backfield from Michael Carter. Hall has seen an uptick in targets and usage around the goal-line. If the trend continues, Breece Hall is on the verge of a ceiling performance.
James Robinson- $5,600 vs. Houston:
We just saw Austin Ekeler slice and dice the Texans’ defense. It’s James Robinson’s turn to have a bounce-back performance.
Damien Harris- $5,300/Rhamondre Stevenson- $5,000 vs. Detroit Lions:
No matter who is under center for the Patriots, their game plan will remain a ground-and-pound approach. At their price tags, both Damien Harris and Rhamondre Stevenson remain in play.
George Pickens- $4,500 at Buffalo:
Kenny Pickett has eyes for George Pickens–that was evident from Pickett’s NFL regular season debut. The Steelers will chase a Bills team without Pro Bowl CB Tre’ White. George Pickens can unlock your fantasy lineup.
Chris Olave- $5,200 vs. Seattle:
If it isn’t clear by now, Chris Olave is the top receiver for the New Orleans Saints. Last week Jared Goff had a field day against this secondary. Whether it is Jameis Winston or Andy Dalton, Chris Olave will be the primary option on offense.
DeVonta Smith- $5,300 at Arizona:
For a player as talented as DeVonta Smith, in an offense as explosive as the Eagles, th3 $5,300 price tag is offensive.
Isaiah McKenzie- $4,700 vs. Pittsburgh:
We mentioned Isaiah McKenzie in this section last week, and he paid it off for you. The Bills will be without fellow slot receiver Jameson Crowder for the foreseeable future. With Gabe Davis still not fully recovered from an ankle injury, Isaiah McKenzie will have a featured role against Pittsburgh.
Robert Woods- $4,800/Kyle Phillips- $4,200 at Washington:
The Titans will be without Treylon Burks this week. The way to exploit the Washington defense is through the air. Look for Robert Woods to have a field day at $4,800. Kyle Phillips at $4,200 is also in play.
Dallas Goedert- $4,800 at Arizona:
Dallas Goedert is in a smash spot against a Cardinals defense that is vulnerable to the TE position.
Tyler Higbee- $4,700 vs. Dallas:
The Rams’ offense is struggling without an explosive receiver option opposite Cooper Kupp. The Rams are reliant on the underneath pass-catching of Tyler Higbee.