In my quest for Fanduel’s million, this is my lineup:
Robert Griffin III ($8,200) is not even remotely close to the form he displayed in his rookie season, but he gets his fantasy work done playing catch up. I’ll take the points any way they come.
Knowshon Moreno ($7,000) figures to get plenty of touches while Peyton starts to take the air out of the ball once he opens up a big lead. Yes there are other mouths to feed, but it seems none of the Broncos’ weapons ever goes hungry. Moreno is averaging almost 15 touches over the last four weeks.
Arian Foster ($8,600) gets a home matchup against the St. Louis Lambs. The Texans should have the lead most of the way, which is always good for RB touches. Not to mention the old Foster is back.
Justin Blackmon ($6,200) is the most underrated fantasy asset on the planet. His YAC skills are second only to Megatron and at $6,200, if you enter 30 teams this week, Blackmon better be in 31 of your lineups.
Cincinnati Bengals ($5,300) get to feast on Thaddeus Lewis, who was just promoted from the practice squad to make his first start of the year.
Nick Folk ($5,000) is inexpensive and the Jets will likely either have the lead or be close.
On the Fence
Darren Sproles’ ($6,800) usage is rather inconsistent week to week. He was down last week. No, he’s not a sine wave but the bounce-back will come at some point and when it does it can bust the ceiling.
DeAngelo Williams ($6,300) is the bargain hunter’s special this week, facing the Vikings.
Danny Woodhead ($6,100) is a blue light special and is always involved in the passing game.
Denarius Moore ($5,000) offers big play ability for very little coin.
Keenan Allen ($4,500) is another bargain that could easily hit pay dirt.