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FanDuel Week 14 Bargain Buys

Who are the players that you are targeting this week in FanDuel?  You want to start all great players, but cannot because of the salary cap?  This column is for you.  Here we will list a few players at each position that we consider “Bargain Buys.”  So, what defines a GM Fantasy Pros Bargain Buy?  We consider a bargain buy a player that has a great opportunity to perform at a higher level than what their salary cap reflects.  That being said, we won’t be covering the top players at each position.  The players listed below should help fill in around some of the stars.  Let’s get started on FanDuel Week 14 Bargain Buys!

Quarterbacks

  • Matt Ryan (ATL)- $7900
  • Colin Kaepernick (SF) – $7200
  • Brian Hoyer – (CLE) – $6700

Why is Matt Ryan here at $7900?  Simple.  He should outperform his price.  Julio Jones has been slowly returning to form and this game should be a track meet.  Aaron Rodgers should carve up the ATL secondary so all odds are that Matt Ryan will be playing from behind nearly all game.  He is worth the gamble here.

Colin Kaepernick’s price tag continues to drop, and rightfully so as he has been underperforming for weeks.  The reality is that Oakland is flat bad right now and just got stomped by the Rams.  Kaep should have some good opportunity in this game to post a quality stat line.  He should be a pretty safe bet this week.

Josh Gordon has openly admitted that he is rusty and that he has been responsible for some of the interceptions that Hoyer has thrown in the last 2 weeks.  In addition, the Colts DST has been giving up over 250 yards per game through the air.  Add in the fact that Cleveland will likely be playing from behind all game and 6700 is quality for someone with the upside that Hoyer has this week.

Running Backs

  • Lamar Miller (MIA) – $6700
  • Steven Jackson (ATL) – $6600
  • Dan Herron (IND) – $6400

Baltimore is only giving up an average of 86 yards per game on the ground, however Lamar Miller is an all purpose back that also gets his yards through the air.  Baltimore DST is surprising poor at pass defense.  He should be someone that you should be able to fit into your lineup so that you can afford your higher tier players.

The packers have been terrible defending the run this season.  If Atlanta wants a shot at winning this game, they will need to control the clock and run the football effectively.  This could be one of the largest workloads that Jackson will see all season.  If the old man has enough left in his tank, it could be worthwhile to add him to your lineup.

Dan Herron is an interesting name this week with an interesting price.  Like Green Bay, Cleveland also has many issues in regard to trying to stop the running game.  The Colts clearly do not have much faith in Richardson.  I would expect that once this game gets out of hand (due in large part to Luck having a field day), that Herron will get his carries and could pop in a late TD.  He is certainly worth a flier.

Wide Receivers

  • DeAndre Hopkins (HOU) – $7500
  • Martavis Bryant (PIT) – $6600
  • Doug Baldwin (SEA) – $5500

Hopkins is a bit higher WR than we normally like to showcase on this list, but here is the reality:  The Jaguars are statistically the worst team in football at defending opposing team’s #1 WRs.  Having said that, we advise a bit of caution because “chasing last week’s numbers” is typically not a good thing in fantasy football.  His price however is still lower than it should be for the value.  Take advantage until FanDuel moves him up.

Bryant’s value has been dropping in recent weeks since he exploded earlier in the season.  His value at $6600 is now appealing again as he can be fit into most lineups.  Big Ben has been airing it out for weeks, and the risk with Bryant is minimal.  This should be a close game against the Bengals and we believe that Bryant should be a save bet for 70-80 and a TD.  He’ll be better than most that you’ll find around this price range.

Doug Baldwin is extremely good value, and this is the matchup that you have been waiting for.  The Eagles are giving up over 250 yards per game through the air.  They are also an explosive offense in their own right.  That means that there are many matchups that can be exploited in this game and that typically equates to a bulk of fantasy points.  Baldwin is risk/reward, but there are fewer risks that we would take at the WR position this week.

Tight Ends

  • Delanie Walker (TEN) – $5400
  • Travis Kelce (KC) – $5300
  • Kyle Rudolph (MIN) – $5200

The Giants are one of the worst teams in football with defending the TE position.  They are giving up over 7 passes per game to the TE spot and over 50 yards receiving.  Add in the fact that Walker is capable of catching some deep balls, and it makes him a decent gamble this week.

Arizona is another terrible team at defending opposing TE’s.  This is evident in the fact that they are also giving up many passes and yards to the TE position.  The real gamble here is that the KC offense runs through Charles.  There is always a lot of risk with Kelce, but if you need to save money at TE this week, Kelce is certainly an option.

Rudolph is the riskiest TE pick of the week in our selction, but the choices start to get slim.  If you can afford Walker or Kelce, we’d probably go that route.  Having said that, Rudoph has had multiple catches and 1 TD in his last 2 games.  He is still establishing rapport with Bridgewater, but against the Jets, there is always opportunity.

Kicker Quick Picks

  • Phil Dawson (SF) – $4800
  • Connor Barth (DEN) – $4700
  • Shayne Graham (NO) – $4500

Defense/ST Quick Picks

  • Houston Texans – $5300
  • Minnesota Vikings – $5000
  • Denver Broncos – $4700

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FanDuel Week 12 Bargain Buys

So, who are the players that you are targeting this week in FanDuel?  You want to start all great players, but cannot because of the salary cap?  This column is for you.  Here we will list a few players at each position that we consider “Bargain Buys.”  So, what defines a GM Fantasy Pros Bargain Buy?  We consider a bargain buy a player that has a great opportunity to perform at a higher level than what their salary cap reflects.  That being said, we won’t be covering the top players at each position.  The players listed below should help fill in around some of the stars.  Let’s get started on FanDuel Week 12 Bargain Buys!

Quarterbacks

  • Josh McCown (TB)- $7500
  • Colin Kaepernick (SF) – $7300
  • Brian Hoyer – (CLE) – $7000

Both the Bears and Buccaneers defenses are terrible against the pass.  The Bears are allowing over 250 yards per game through the air.  This game has all the billings of your typical shootout.  We are going to take McCown with rookie standout Evans in what should be one of the best QB bargain matchups of the week.

Kaepernick has a stellar matchup against the Redskins this week.  The Redskins are in disarray right now as an organization and the way that RG3 is playing, they don’t have the fire power to keep up with the 49er’s offense.  Kaepernick is a good buy at this price as he has one of the top QB matchups of the week.

Hoyer’s matchup is almost too go to be true.  Atlanta is the worst team in the league against the pass, and they are allowing over 280 yards per game through the air on the season.  This is not only a game that is one of the best QB matchups of the week, but it comes on the heels of the return of Josh Gordon.  His presence alone will open things up for Hoyer and the rest of the offense.  This is certainly a matchup to like.

Running Backs

  • Steven Jackson (ATL) – $6400
  • Ryan Mathews (SD) – $6400
  • Terrance West (CLE) – $6100 / Isaiah Crowell (CLE) – $5500

Let’s cut to the chase here.  Cleveland is ranked 30th in the league against the run.  If that alone isn’t enough to convince you of the value here, keep in mind that Antoine Smith is now done for the season eliminating an additional person to feed the football to.  Jackson should get plenty of opportunities to tote the rock, and he will need to in order to keep the Cleveland offense off of the field.

Ryan Mathews match-up is pretty good this week also as they play against the Rams who are allowing just over 110 yards per game on the ground.  The reason that Mathews is here is because he under performed in his first game back last week and he is still listed at a low dollar value.  He is an all-purpose back and should see plenty of opportunities to run and to catch the ball this week.  He should be a solid play.

Atlanta is nearly as bad against the run as they are against the pass.  They are giving up over 120 yards per game on the ground.  Cleveland has not listed which of their backs will get the start this week, but once they do, that back should be a solid play.  Both Crowell and West are a good value this week, however make sure that you find out which one will start before you set your final lineup.

Wide Receivers

  • Kenny Britt (STL) – $6400
  • Percy Harvin (NYJ) – $6400
  • Kenny Stills (NO) – $5900

San Diego is surprising bad against opposing #1 WR’s.  With Rivers banged up, they have kept their opponents in games and could do so again this week.  Britt is starting to come on in the absence of Brian Quick.  He is showcasing speed and an ability to be able to produce as an NFL #1 WR.  This week should provide him with an opportunity to showcase his skills, and for this price, he could easily be someone that could outperform this value.

This game will now be played on Monday night, and will be played indoors.  That will contribute to the speed and quickness of Percy Harvin.  Buffalo has a good DST and they are very stout against the run.  Vick however should be able to connect with Harvin and it wouldn’t surprise us to see him get behind the defense a couple of times.

Brandon Cooks is out for the season with a broken thumb.  Baltimore’s attention will certainly be on stopping TE Jimmy Graham.  This should really open things up for the speedy Stills.  Kenny is a very deep value play and at $5900, he has an excellent opportunity to outperform that price.

Tight Ends

  • Delanie Walker (TEN) – $5500
  • Coby Fleener (IND) – $5400
  • Austin Seferian-Jenkins (TB) – $5100

Delanie is probable this week and should be good to go week 12.  Philadelphia has been suspect against opposing tight ends on the season.  Philadelphia is also giving up over 250 yards per game through the air making this matchup very appealing.

Fleener is a great play this week.  Dwayne Allen and Ahmad Bradshaw both caught passes consistently from Andrew Luck.  What does that mean?  That means that those passes will have to go somewhere now that both of those players are out.  Sure some will go to Hilton and Wayne, but Fleener will be the primary tight end this week, and the primary beneficiary.

Seferian-Jenkins benefits heavily from his matchup this week.  He plays against a Bears DST that has been very suspect against the pass.  We are already highlighting McCown this week and there should be plenty of passes and yards to go around.

Kicker Quick Picks

  • Greg Zuerlein (STL) – $4900
  • Shayne Graham (NO) – $4700
  • Billy Cundiff (CLE) – $4500

Defense/ST Quick Picks

  • Louis Rams – $4800
  • Cleveland Browns – $4800
  • Tennessee Titans – $4500

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FanDuel Week 11 Bargain Buys

So, who are the players that you are targeting this week in FanDuel?  You want to start all great players, but cannot because of the salary cap?  This column is for you.  Here we will list a few players at each position that we consider “Bargain Buys.”  So, what defines a GM Fantasy Pros Bargain Buy?  We consider a bargain buy a player that has a great opportunity to perform at a higher level than what their salary cap reflects.  That being said, we won’t be covering the top players at each position.  The players listed below should help fill in around some of the stars.  Let’s get started on FanDuel Week 11 Bargain Buys!

Quarterbacks

  • Robert Griffen III (WAS)- $7400
  • Teddy Bridgewater (MIN) – $6600
  • Brian Hoyer – (CLE) – $6200

RG3 has the 2nd best matchup of any quarterback this week.  (Cam Newton has the best statistically)  Tampa Bay has been absolutely terrible against the pass as they are giving up over 277 yards per game through the air.  RG3 has a nice deep ball, and hopefully we will see him have a few more rushing yards in this game.  He should post a quality stat line in a game that features 2 less than desirable defensive units.

Teddy isn’t in this article because he is lighting the world on fire this season.  He is here because Chicago has been playing poor football, and Teddy is at a bargain price.  Chicago is giving up over 260 yards per game through the air and the Vikings will likely see the return of Kyle Rudolph to the passing game.

Cleveland has been playing some good ball in recent weeks and surprisingly Houston is giving up nearly 275 per game through the air.  With Clowney only to see a limited number of snaps, Hoyer should be able to get through the Texans DST effectively.  In addition, Andrew Hawkins is practicing this week, which means that Hoyer could have even more upside.

Running Backs

  • Jeremy Hill (CIN) – $6500
  • Shane Vereen (NE) – $6500
  • Ryan Mathews (SD) – $6200

Yes, I know that Hill dogged all of us last week.  This week could be different however as he has earned another start with Bernard likely out again.  On the surface, New Orleans looks like a bad matchup, but the reality is this:  They are giving up over 100 yards per game on the ground.  In addition, opposing running backs are averaging 7 catches for over 45 yards receiving per game.  That bodes well from a FanDuel perspective and at $6500, Hill projects out as a great bargain.

Shane Vereen is also a bargain price this week.  While the Colts DST doesn’t give up quite 100 yards per game, what they do is provide a great receiving game for opposing backs.  The Colts DST is giving up 6+ catches for over 55 yards per game to opposing backs.  This is a matchup that I would expect the Patriots to exploit.  The combination of rushing and receiving could make Vereen a great play at this price.

San Diego has openly said that Ryan Mathews is expected to only see around 15 carries this game.  The good thing for Mathews is that 15 carries should be enough as Oakland is giving up over 130 yards per game on the ground.  This also doesn’t account for the receiving part of Mathew’s game.  At $6200, there may not be a better play.

Wide Receivers

  • Kelvin Benjamin (ATL) – $6600
  • Vincent Jackson (TB) – $6500
  • Pierre Garcon (WAS) – $6500

I’d image that Benjamin is here because of how poorly Newton has been playing.  Having said that, he still shouldn’t be this cheap.  He scored twice last week in a terrible game for the Panthers.  This week they take on the Atlanta Falcons who are not only giving up over 280 yards per game through the air (the worst in the league), they are also giving up great points to opposing #1 WR’s.

The Redskins are only giving up about 220 yards per game through the air, so why is Vincent here?  He is here because the Skins are giving up nearly 7 catches for 70 yards per game against opposing #2 WR’s.  The way Evans has been playing, he should gather more attention which should also open things up for Jackson.

As bad as the Tampa Bay Buccaneers are at pass defense, I’d expect Garcon to get in on the action as well this week.  There should be more than enough yardage to go around.  If that isn’t enough, the Bucs are also giving up over 5 passes per game to opposing #2 WR’s.  Garcon is certainly risk/reward, but the opportunity for some catches and a score is there for him.

Tight Ends

  • Dwayne Allen (IND) – $6100
  • Mychal Rivera (OAK) – $5800
  • Vernon Davis (SF) – $5300

In my opinion, Allen is a steal at $6100 this week.  New England is giving up an average of 8 passes per game for over 60 yards to the tight end position.  Add that to the way that Luck has played this season and the fact that Allen is a red zone threat and you have a recipe for success.

We were right on Rivera last week and hopefully it paid off for someone out there.  This week I expect another quality stat line.  He has the 4th best tight end matchup of the week.  San Diego has been unusually suspect against the passing game as of late.  I also expect San Diego to be ahead for a large part of this game which should lead to a passing day for Derek Carr.

Does Vernon ever come through?  Here is the unfortunate truth for all of us:  Yes, but you’ll never know when it will happen.  That alone makes Davis a tough prediction.  The thing that he does have going for him this week however is that he has the best TE matchup of the week against the Giants.  The Giants are giving up over 7 passes for 65 yards per game to the tight end position.  If there is any week that Vernon should be able to produce, this would be the week.

Kicker Quick Picks

  • Mason Crosby (GB) – $4800
  • Kai Forbath (WAS) – $4800
  • Blair Walsh (MIN) – $4500

Defense/ST Quick Picks

  • Houston Texans – $5100
  • New Orleans Saints – $4700
  • Chicago Bears – $4600

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FanDuel Week 10 Bargain Buys

So, who are the players that you are targeting this week in FanDuel?  You want to start all great players, but cannot because of the salary cap?  This column is for you.  Here we will list a few players at each position that we consider “Bargain Buys.”  So, what defines a GM Fantasy Pros Bargain Buy?  We consider a bargain buy a player that has a great opportunity to perform at a higher level than what their salary cap reflects.  That being said, we won’t be covering the top players at each position.  The players listed below should help fill in around some of the stars.  Let’s get started on FanDuel Week 10 Bargain Buys!

Quarterbacks

  • Matt Ryan (ATL)- $7800
  • Colin Kaepernick – (SF) – $7500
  • Mark Sanchez – (PHI) – $6600

Tampa is allowing 285 yards per game through the air which is a ton!  The last time that the Falcons played against the Bucs, it was a shoot out!  $7800 is way too low of a price for Ryan.  This is a great match-up, and he should put up some good numbers.

Colin has been unimpressive in his last 2 match-ups.  This week he will need to keep up with Brees and the Saints offense.  He should also add some yards on the ground.  This is an important game on the road that the 49ers need to win.

I have never really been a fan of “Mr. Butt Fumble.”  Having said that however, his price tag is low and the Eagles have a ton of weapons.  They will certainly give him every opportunity to succeed.  He is worth the risk.

Running Backs

  • Denard Robinson (JAX) – $6800
  • Bobby Rainey (TB) – $6700
  • Steven Jackson (ATL) – $6300

For anyone that hasn’t noticed, Denard Robinson has been on fire the last 3 weeks.  He is getting around 20 carries per game, and Dallas is giving up over 100 yards per game on the ground.  Robinson is one of the few bright spots right now for the Jags, and I would expect him to continue to get the rock.

Rainey is the primary ball carrier (for now) and the game against Atlanta looks like a game that will lack defense.  He should get plenty of work and would expect him to be an above average play.

As for Steven Jackson, see the same thing that I said above for Rainey.  He is worth the risk in a game that should be a track meet.  Both of these DST’s are terrible and I would think that we could see a pretty crazy game.

Wide Receivers

  • Julio Jones (ATL) – $8000
  • Mike Evans (TB) – $6600
  • Martavis Bryant (PIT) – $6100
  • Kenny Britt (STL) – $5500

Just a quick note on Julio here.  I don’t typically highlight players of his caliber, but at $8000 I need to say that with his matchup against the Bucs, that he is waaaaaaaay to cheap!  Get him!

Atlanta’s DST is nearly as bad as the Buccaneers.  Evans has emerged as the #1 option ahead of Vincent Jackson.  He is finally starting to get some credit as he has moved up to $6600.  He should still be higher.  Start him with confidence.

Martavis has been awesome over the last 3 weeks and Big Ben has been on fire.  Sure they could both cool a bit, but let’s be honest…..  These are the NY Jets.  They have been an accident waiting to happen.  At $6100, he is a lot better than others around that price range.

Arizona is giving up the most yards in the air of any team in the league right now.  Britt has assumed the top WR role.  On the other side, Palmer should put up his share of points.  Davis will need to do the same, and I would think he would look to Kenny to make that happen.

Tight Ends

  • Mychal Rivera (OAK) – $5700
  • Owen Daniels (BAL) – $5400
  • Zack Ertz (PHI) – $5100

Rivera is someone who hasn’t come along until recently, and he has been relatively unknown.  The reality however is this:  He has 15 receptions in the last 2 games and will be playing against a Broncos DST that plays with a lead nearly all of the time.  In addition to that, Denver is giving up over 250 yards per game through the air.

I’m not a huge fan of the match-up for Daniels, but he gets the targets and the receptions.  With focus now on Steve Smith, it opens up Daniels down the seam.  He is also a great red zone target.  Great price at $5400.

Ertz is someone who could benefit now that Sanchez will be under center.  Even as bad as Sanchez was with the Jets, he still was able to help his TE’s be someone fantasy relevant.  If he relies on Ertz in that same fashion, it could pay dividends on prime time.

Kicker Quick Picks

  • Cody Parkey (PHI) – $5000
  • Mason Crosby (GB) – $4800
  • Matt Bryant (ATL) – $4500

Defense/ST Quick Picks

  • Arizona Cardinals – $5100
  • Pittsburgh Steelers – $5000
  • Atlanta Falcons – $4500

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FanDuel Week 6 Bargain Buys

So, who are the players that you are targeting this week in FanDuel?  You want to start all great players, but cannot because of the salary cap?  This column is for you.  Here we will list a few players at each position that we consider “Bargain Buys.”  So, what defines a GM Fantasy Pros Bargain Buy?  We consider a bargain buy a player that has a great opportunity to perform at a higher level than what their salary cap reflects.  That being said, we won’t be covering the top players at each position.  The players listed below should help fill in around some of the stars.  Let’s get started on FanDuel Week 6 Bargain Buys.

Quarterbacks

  • Russell Wilson (SEA) – $8400
  • Ben Roethlisberger (PIT) – $7600
  • Eli Manning (NYG) – $7200

The only thing that Russell Wilson does is continue to perform.  The Seahawks defense has been vulnerable to big plays so far this year and against Dallas that will require the Seahawks offense to keep the pressure on.

Cleveland gave up almost 200 yards passing and 2 TD’s to Charlie Whitehurst.  Big Ben has more weapons at his disposal than Whitehurst and I would expect at least similar production.

Eli Manning has weapons all over the field and Philadelphia hasn’t been able to stop anyone.  Last week they made Austin Davis look like Joe Montana.  Eli has a great opportunity to put some points on the board.

 

Running Backs

  • Andre Williams (NYG) – $6300
  • Branden Oliver (SD) – $6200
  • Ronnie Hillman (DEN) – $5900

Andre Williams is the one that we are the most excited about in this group.  Like we stated above, Philadelphia cannot stop anyone and that should provide Williams with some great opportunity, including scoring chances.

Oliver performed well last week, and he has a favorable matchup against Oakland.  That being said, we would advise a bit of caution with him.  There is now a week of tape on him for defenses to look at, and it is difficult to predict how he will do with a second opportunity.  However, the Chargers are playing great football right now and we feel that he could be worth the risk.

Hillman is in a bit of a similar situation as Oliver from a standpoint that we would advise a bit of caution.  Denver should play well against the Jets and should be in the lead all day.  That could play against the veteran Hillman as Coach Fox may want to get a look at some of the younger backs.  Hillman however should own the majority of the snaps prior to the game being out of hand, and he performs well in passing situations.  As with Oliver, he has some great potential and could be worth the risk.

 

Wide Receivers

  • Kelvin Benjamin (CAR) – $6600
  • Golden Tate (DET) – $6400
  • Rueben Randle (NYG) – $5900

Kelvin Benjamin has been a great addition for the Panthers this season and for fantasy owners.  He gets a ton of targets and at 6’5” he makes for a great red zone threat.  He has a very high upside.

Golden Tate will play against the Vikings who let Nelson and Cobb run all over the field.  Without Calvin Johnson on the field, Tate will see the lion’s share of the targets and catches.   He should post a quality stat line.

Randle is on this list because despite the number of available weapons that Eli has, Randle has lead the team in targets for the last 3 weeks.  As long as he is going to continue to get looks, we are comfortable playing him.

 

Tight Ends

  • Dwayne Allen (IND) – $5900
  • Martellus Bennett (CHI) – $5900
  • Zack Ertz (PHI) – $5200

I’ve been dogging Dwayne Allen all year long, and he continues to prove me wrong and manages to get into the end zone.  The reality is this….  He is a reliable weapon and clearly a threat to score.  When Andrew Luck is your QB, you always have a great chance of posting quality stats.

Bennett is averaging 8+ targets a game and he is playing against an Atlanta DST that is very suspect against the pass.  I would expect quality stats and he has a good opportunity to be a nice play this week.

Ertz is an interesting play this week as the Giants DST has not had to play a quality tight end all year long.  The Giants should focus in on the Eagles run game as everyone else has been doing and that should open things up for Ertz this week.

 

Kicker Quick Picks

  • Brandon McManus (DEN) – $5000
  • Mason Crosby (GB) – $5000
  • Shaun Suisham (PIT) – $4800

 

Defense/ST Quick Picks

  • Detroit Lions – $5000
  • Denver Broncos – $5000
  • Green Bay – $4800

 

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