Fantasy Football Week 4

Well here we are again everyone. That time of the week where you are in deep, deep state self loathing for your start/sit calls over the weekend. While Amari Cooper “coopered” all over your team, Mike Williams scored 2 TD’s on your bench. Oh wait I did that, and lost by 6. These decisions will haunt me till the day I die and the only way I can possibly cope is by giving you excellent advice that will help turn around your shits-how of a season so far.

Locks of the Week:.

QB Andy Dalton: Even though my call about Matt Ryan was amazing last week, the QB who finished right behind him was his opponent Drew Brees. The Falcons defense is decimated and seems to keep losing the best parts of their defense as each day passes. Andy The Red Rocket Dalton and his team have been on fire this year averaging 30 points a game. This week they play the worst defense they have played so far and the absence of Joe Mixon means they will have to air it out even more. Matt Ryan and company will put up points on this average Bengals defense which means the only way to keep up is airing it out with Dalton’s improved weapons. Fire this man up in you lineups.

 

RB Phillip Lindsay: The only thing this man does better than miracuously busting out huge plays is punching opponents in full pads for some reason. This week they get the Chiefs ar home and if you haven’t heard yet the chiefs are pretty decent on offense this year. Lindsay, a rookie undrafted free agent has lived his entire life in the state of Denver. He forever will have a chip on his shoulder because of his draft disrespect and that will only be larger this week because of his embarrassing erection last week. So in a game where points will be plenty, I want the emerging pass catching star who has so much to prove to the world.

TE Trey Burton: So far this year you can make to conclusions about the two teams in this matchup. 1) Ryan Fitzpatrick will score points on your team no matter how many awful interceptions he throws 2) Mitch Trubisky looks like a 6 year old pissing his pants when his first read isn’t there. The Bucs are the 32 best against tight ends this year, otherwise known as the worst in the NFL. So in a game where I project a rather high scoring affair I think Matt Nagy will try and make it easy on baby Mitch and give him the easy reads over the middle to Trey.

DST: Packers: I refuse to believe that what happened last week with the Bills will become the norm. Josh Allen will be behind in this game in his 2nd career start and will be forced to throw. I’m calling for a pick six for Green Bay this week so fire em up

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