Rummerz’ NFL Week 3 Moneyball Money-blitz!

 

 

I’ve broken this column 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 3 contests

NFL $15,000 Sunday Blitz Special (Starts 3am AEST Monday)
NFL $2,000 49ers vs Rams
NFL $2,000 Hail Mary Special (All games)
NFL Sunday Spike Special (All 3am AEST games)
NFL Sunday Touchdown Special (All 6am AEST Games)
NFL $1,000 Raiders vs Redskins
NFL $3,000 Cardinals vs Cowboys

 

 

Tom Brady, QB, New England, $9,500

Brady averages nearly 300 passing yards and two TDs in his last two games versus Houston.

 

Aaron Rodgers, QB, Green Bay, $9,400

He has thrown for over 300 yards in his first two games, and will do it again versus Cincinatti, who they’re predicted to score 28 points against.

 

Antonio Brown, WR, Pittsburgh, $9,100

The Bears have averaged almost 150 yards allowed to opposing receivers this year.

 

Derek Carr QB, Oakland, $8,500

Washington have allowed seven of the last 10 quarterbacks they’ve faced to throw for at least 300 yards.

 

Kareem Hunt, RB, Kansas City, $8,400

He’s shown in two games that he’s a bonafide stud. Had 148 yards rushing and 98 receiving last week.

 

 

 

Dalvin Cook, RB, Minnesota, $6,600

Had a TD vultured last week which would have given a nicer statline. Will be helped if Bradford plays.

 

Chris Carson, RB, Seattle, $6,100

Ran 93 yards from 20 rushing attempts last week. Faces a tougher defence here but is value if the volume remains.

 

Tarik Cohen, RB, Chicago, $5,700

He’s small in stature for an every-down RB but Howard was seen with his arm in a sling last week and may be doubtful.

 

Rashard Higgins, WR, Cleveland, $5,200

Last week he saw 11 targets for 7 receptions and 95 yards playing 76% of snaps. Arguably the best healthy WR they have.

 

Jack Doyle, TE, Indianapolis, $4,800

The Browns gave the second-most points to tight ends last season and Doyle has a good rapport with Brissett.

 

 

 

Le’Veon Bell, RB, Pittsburgh, $8,800

$600 cheaper than last week and trending upwards after a slow start. You’d expect Pittsburgh to be leading which means a positive game script for Bell.

 

Jay Ajayi, RB, Miami, $7,700

The Jets have given up the most yardage on the ground so far this season.

 

Ty Montgomery, RB, Green Bay, $7,300

Only gone up $600 in price since last week and faces the so-far-horrible Bengals. Worth it even if touches reduced.

 

Keenan Allen, WR, LA Chargers, $7,300

Targeted 10 times in both games this season, and Kansas City have allowed the ninth-most PPR points against receivers.

 

Zach Ertz, TE, Philadelphia, $6,600

Has over 90 yards in both games this season, just needs to get in the endzone which may happen this week against NY Giants.

 

 

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