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Sunday 23rd Apr 2017

If we know anything from playing Fantasy Football forever is that you can’t panic after one week. Will Romo miss Dez? Absolutely. But he will still post good numbers with the other skill players in Dallas. Is Joe Flacco as bad as his numbers were against the Broncos? No way. Just watch him against the Raiders. Night and day.

Consider all the Saints in play against the lowly Bucs defense, especially Drew Brees and Mark Ingram. The Cowboys-Eagles game will be a shootout (highest Vegas total points of 54). Justin Forsett will bounce back and post RB1 numbers in Week 2. There is no shortage of tight ends likely to post good Week 2 numbers, and they are not all expensive like Gronk.

The Mastersball 50/50 at Fantasy Score is filling fast, so reserve your squad if you want to match wits with the Mastersball staff. Below are some players to have on your radar - be sure to check back on MastersDaily as more news comes out and we'll fine tune our picks.

 

QUARTERBACK
Tony Romo DAL 7500 Dallas still has weapons and figure to be in shoot-out with Eagles
Joe Flacco BAL 5800 Should be low ownership off debacle Sunday but now gets injured Raiders
Drew Brees NOR 8000 Mariota shredded the Bucs and so will Brees
Matt Ryan ATL 7800 Ryan to Julio was the best combo in Week 1
Carson Palmer ARI 7600 Capitalize on Palmer while he is healthy
Jameis Winston TAM 5000 We know the Bucs will not pull Jameis even in an extreme blowout
Sam Bradford PHI 7500 Was not great on Monday but has a chance to redeem himself
RUNNING BACK
Justin Forsett BAL 6700 Shut down by Broncos. Will more than make up for it against the Raiders
Chris Johnson ARI 4000 Chance to show he can still run behind a good offensive line
Mark Ingram NOR 6700 Surprise eight receptions in Week 1
Carlos Hyde SFO 5700 Was the best running back in Week 1
Adrian Peterson MIN 7800 Has to get more than 12 touches in Week 2
DeMarco Murray PHI 6800 Another RB with limited touches Week 1 should see more volume Week 2
Chris Ivory NYJ 5900 Build off strong Week 1 showing
Latavius Murray OAK 5300 Oakland's only chance will be to establish the run
Ameer Abdullah DET 5200 As good as advertised, especially in the first half against the Chargers
Danny Woodhead SDG 4600 Saw more action than most expected
Benny Cunningham STL 4000 Decent play if Mason and Gurley are still out
Lance Dunbar DAL 3200 We learned that Dunbar will be the pass-catching back in Dallas
Khiry Robinson NOR 2200 Very cheap option will see some touches
WIDE RECEIVER
Antonio Brown PIT 8500 Most dependable numbers on the board
Julio Jones ATL 8100 Was an absolute beast on Monday and it does not look like he can be stopped
Jarvis Landry MIA 5700 High volume player also returning punts
Cole Beasley DAL 3800 Very cheap option for receptions with Dez out
Odell Beckham Jr. NYG 8000 Not ready to give up. Could be lightly owned due to dud on Sunday night
Keenan Allen SDG 6800 15 receptions is nothing to sneeze at
Jordan Matthews PHI 6400 Was clearly Bradford's go-to guy on Monday
Brandon Marshall NYJ 6300 Nice debut with Jets catching passes from Fitzpatrick
Terrance Williams DAL 5700 Should be heavily targeted
Larry Fitzgerald ARI 4900 Lower price option for secure receptions
John Brown ARI 4800 Caught four passes early including TD and then disappeared
Markus Wheaton PIT 4400 Gets another chance with Bryant still suspended
Davante Adams GNB 4200 More targets than the other Packers receivers. Still low price
Vincent Jackson TAM 4200 Caught two touchdown passes that did not count (although both should have)
Brandon Coleman NOR 4000 Took advantage of his targets last week and now gets the weak Bucs
Donte Moncrief IND 3800 Monster targets especially after Hilton went out
TIGHT END
Jordan Reed WAS 4700 Best value at TE if healthy. Loss of Jackson increases his volume
Greg Olsen CAR 6200 Most disappointing from Week 1. Watch everyone forget about him in Week 2
Jason Witten DAL 6100 Increased targets with Dez on sideline
Rob Gronkowski NWE 7700 Monster in Patriots wide receiver-shy offense
Tyler Eifert CIN 6200 Lived up to the hype he received as a rookie
Martellus Bennett CHI 6100 Most reliable Bears receiver in the middle of the field
Austin Seferian-Jenkins TAM 5900 Was the Bucs only weapon in Week 1. Nearly had a third touchdown
Jordan Cameron MIA 5000 Tannehill looked his way often in Week 1
Eric Ebron DET 4000 Good opener after a disappointing rookie season
DEFENSE
Miami Dolphins MIA 2700 Faces another mediocre offense
Baltimore Ravens BAL 2900 Oakland without Carr looks like a sack-feast
New Orleans Saints NOR 2300 Jameis will throw picks, that we know for sure
Arizona Cardinals ARI 2500 Cutler will throw picks and take sacks
Houston Texans HOU 3300 Houston was beat bad by KC, they won't let that happen again
St. Louis Rams STL 3200 Strong D/ST against a weak offense and a team that cut their kicker
Carolina Panthers CAR 2500 Houston without Foster is a different team

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