Carson Wentz – If you want to pay all the way up, I have no problem with it. Like him more than Dak Prescott this slate.
Russell Wilson – Wilson has been playing well with four straight games between 19-36 Fanduel points. Think 20 is his floor this week going up against the Falcons defense. Probably highest ceiling on the slate at the position but the third least expensive of the four QBs on Fanduel.
Tevin Coleman – We have some of the least expensive running backs on a small slate I have seen this season. There is no Bell, Hunt, Zeke, McCoy, Gordon or any other high-priced running back. Earlier in the season Devonta Freeman would have fallen in to this category. However, he is out, and Tevin Coleman should step up nicely as the lead back. He is only $5900 and should get the bulk of the work.
Jay Ajayi – Second favorite running back on the slate. He has the most upside of all the backs on the slate. Look for him to be more involved this week, especially if the Eagles are winning.
Rod Smith or Alfred Morris – Getting which one right is the question.
Julio Jones – Can easily fit him and Dez in your lineups on Fanduel. He hasn’t scored in a month, that changes on Monday night.
Dez Bryant – With no stud running backs on the slate, I am getting Dez and Julio in my lineups.
Mohammad Sanu – Favorite lower priced option of the slate. He is only $5700 on Fanduel and $4900 on DK.
Zach Ertz – $8000 on Fanduel is expensive for Ertz. However, you can get him in your lineup if you pay down for your third wide receiver slot.
Jason Witten – If you want to pay up for all three wide-outs, he is the best lower priced option.
Seattle Seahawks – Once again, with no high-priced running backs on the slate, should be able to afford them no problem.
You can use any of the defenses this week if they aren’t going against your quarterback.
KICKERS – Fanduel only
Blair Walsh – Lowest priced of all kickers, though may not need savings.
Jake Elliott – If you have the money left over, go for it.