Okay people give me fantasy picks
: Either Denver or St Louis. There may be cheaper options with equal potential, but these two defenses are consistent and Denver has the potential to bring you 20 points.
: Walker from the Titans is a solid pick. He's been one of the better tight ends this year, Mariota is back, the Saints defense blows, and the Titans are probably going to be playing from behind all game.
Heath Miller is another option seeing as Rapethlisberger likes to target his and Oakland gives up the most points to opposing TE's.
You also have Antonio Gates and Greg Olson who clearly are potentially big game guys.
Chris Ivory has played like ass lately, but I expect him to rebound against a shitty Jacksonville run defense.
Devonta Freeman- The man isn't human. End of story.
Doug Martin- The Giants blow defensively and Tampa has actively tried to limit the work Winston does. Martin is the beneficiary of that.
Darkhorse: Lamar Miller. The Bills appear to be strong against the run, but I think that they're overrated and Miller has gotten workhorse level touches since the Dolphins replaced their head coach. This one's iffy, but I think it could be a big day for Miller with very few people using him on their teams.
Odell Beckham Jr. is going to rape Tampa's secondary. Trust me, I'm a Tampa Bay fan.
Brandin Cooks is going to continue to benefit from the return of the real Drew Brees.
Jarvis Landry is relatively cheap, consistent, and a solid pick.
Michael Crabtree is a cheap guy without a lot of potential for a massive game, but he's probably not going to give you a dud either. He gets a lot of targets from Carr, who's someone I expect to have a solid week.
Expensive- Drew Brees. He's back, and Tennessee blows. The only concern with him is that they run up the score early and play conservative the rest of the game.
High end- Eli Manning. He's playing Tampa. Tampa cannot stop the pass.
Cheaper guys- Tyrod Taylor, Carr, and Winston. Taylor was a beast before being injured, Carr has had big games and Pittsburgh's defense isn't what it was, and Winston gets consistent production at a low cost. Just don't expect a huge game from Winston, even against the shitty ass Giants. Still a great value pick though if you find yourself needing a bargain.