Rummerz’ NFL Week 2 Moneyball Money-blitz!

 

 

I’ve broken this coumn down into three categories; Studs, Value and Match ups. The studs are the backbone of your team, these are the guys that will score you the most points (hopefully!) Value plays are players that are cheap for the amount of points they are capable of putting up for the game. They allow you to fit more studs into your team. Match ups are players that might be playing a team that’s weak in a specific position. They might be a mixture of studs, mid-priced and value. If you’re tossing up between two players, it generally helps to go the one with the better match up. Balancing out these three categories will give you the best chance of scoring well.

 

Week 2 contests

NFL $15,000 Sunday Blitz Special (Starts 3am AEST Monday)
NFL $3,000 Bengals vs Texans
NFL $2,000 Hail Mary Special (All games)
NFL Sunday Spike Special (All 3am AEST games)
NFL $500 Sunday Touchdown Special (All 6am AEST Games)
NFL $1,500 Falcons vs Packers
NFL $1,500 Mon & Tue Snap (Monday and Tuesday game)
NFL $3,000 Giants vs Lions

 

 

Le’Veon Bell, RB, Pittsburgh, $9,400

Only scored you 6 fantasy points last week if you played him which may deter people starting him this week. Damaging in the passing game.

 

Julio Jones, WR, Atlanta, $9,100

Jones went 9-180-2 versus the Packers late last season.

 

Tom Brady, QB, New England, $9,000

Should be better this week and might be another good contrary play for those without recency bias.

 

Aaron Rodgers, QB, Green Bay, $8,400

Did score 17.5 fantasy points last week thanks in part to a healthy Randall Cobb, and should be in a shoot out this week with a floor of 20.

 

Jordy Nelson WR, Green Bay, $7,800

Will be the number one target in a high-scoring affair.

 

 

 

Kareem Hunt, RB, Kansas City, $6,300

Unlikely to repeat last week’s explosive start, but will be the focus of their offence.

 

Cooper Kupp, WR, LA Rams, $4,900

Can certainly repeat his stat line of 4-76-1 and 15 fantasy points against Washington.

 

Nelson Agholor, WR, Philadelphia, $4,800

Alshon Jeffrey saw most of the tight coverage last week allowing Agholor to score 17 fantasy points. We could get a repeat against KC.

 

Javorius Allen, RB, Baltimore, $4,800

Losing Danny Woodhead opens the door for Allen to continue his role in the passing game. Be wary of the Jeremy Langford signing though.

 

Tarik Cohen, RB, Chicago, $4,500

After losing most of their receiving corp Cohen was targetted in the passing game for 8 receptions, 47 yards and a TD. Jordan Howard may have his snaps limited.

 

 

 

Brandin Cooks, WR, New England, $7,500

Should put on a clinic against his former team mates who allowed 250 yards to Diggs and Thielen last week.

 

Ty Montgomery, RB, Green Bay, $6,700

Got 90% of the touches last week in the high-octane offence in a match up where the points are predicted to be flowing.

 

Martavis Bryant, WR, Pittsburgh, $6,600

If Xavier Rhodes is shadowing Brown this would gift Bryant more opportunity.

 

Larry Fitzgerald/JJ Nelson, WR, Arizona, $6,500/$5,300

Last week Indianapolis gave up 30 points to the 3 Rams WRs. DJ and John Brown are out.

 

Zach Ertz, TE, Philadelphia, $6,000

At the end of last season he averaged 8 catches for 80 yards. Last week he caught 8 for 93. Berry, who shut down Gronk last week, is out injured.

 

 

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