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November 04, 2017, 07:36:10 PM

Every week Fantasy Factor ( provides some tasty morsels on each game to help you with your daily lineups.


Buccaneers @ Saints
Winston looks like he will start for Tampa but he still has a bum shoulder which is bad for their receivers. Maybe they’ll try and protect him with Doug Martin who’s only $4300 at  Drew Brees is only $5500 against a below average pass defense, and the Saints are a touchdown plus home favorite.
Ravens @ Titans
Avoid players on both sides of the ball, except for maybe Alex Collins who had a bit of a coming out party last week on national TV.  Flacco looks like he’s playing but his receiving corps is injured across the board.
Rams @ Giants
Jared Goff could have a big game against a Giant secondary that just suspended their best corner, Janoris Jenkins.  The Giants’ offense will try to stay on the field running the ball with Orleans Darkwa and throwing to their healthy version of Jordan Reed: Evan Engram.
Broncos @ Eagles
So Brock Osweiler returns to start for the team that first kicked him to the curb.  One thing is for sure he likes throwing to Demaryius Thomas.  It’s still hard to run or throw to wide receivers against Denver’s defense, but they don’t mind so much if you pepper your tight end.  This could mean another week of heavy action for Zach Ertz, the league’s best tight end so far this year.
Falcons @ Panthers
Not sure if you can trust Altanta’s big three, Julio Jones, Devonta Freeman, Matt Ryan right now, especially on the road against a rival that knows them.  Who’s going to be Cam’s go to guy now that the Panthers have traded Kelvin Benjamin?
Bengals @ Shaguars
Bengals are a 4.5 point underdog to Jacksonville, which should tell you something of how far the Jaguars have come this season.  If you look at Andy Dalton’s predicted point total for this week on season long sites like CBS or Yahoo, it’s scary low.  That doesn’t bode well for any other Cincinnati players either.  Leonard Fournette is back after a two week hiatus, and he’ll be the Jags’ game plan.

Colts @Texans
Despite the fact that Houston has lost Deshaun Watson, who turned around their offense, and their two top defensive players, Indianapolis is still a 7 point underdog.  So without Watson’s running and passing to sustain drives, guys like TE Jack Doyle, WR T.Y. Hilton and RB Marlon Mack could see a few more possessions given over as a result.  Colts’ defense is not good, but the loss of Watson makes all Texans’ skill players suspect.
Cardinals @ 49ers
As Tom Savage is a destructive force to Houston’s offense, Drew Stanton will be to Arizona’s.  This reality, might be an opportunity to use San Fran’s defense as a sneaky pick.  On the other hand Arizona’s defense could be used as well.  The only problem is that they are on the road. The combination of C.J. Beathard starting at QB and Pierre Garcon’s season ending neck injury, stifles all other 49er offensive players.
Redskins @ Seahawks
Washington is an 8 point underdog to Seattle which shows you just how banged up the Skins’ o-line is.  Cousins just won’t have the time to throw.  Expect a continued stream of targets to Chris Thompson and Vernon Davis who’ll be subbing for Jordan Reed.  Russel Wilson has been consistently good and he’ll be spreading it around to anyone not blanketed by Josh Norman.
Chiefs @ Cowboys
With an over under of 51, the sportsbooks expect a lot of scoring.  So feel free to stack Alex Smith with Kareem Hunt and/or Travis Kelce or Dak Prescot with Ezekiel Elliot and Dez Bryant.
Raiders @ Dolphins
Raiders are a pass first team, and the Dolphins are vulnerable through the air.  This looks like a good day for Derek Carr, who can be had for the bargain price of just $6100 at the factor.  It’s tough to choose between Amari Cooper and Michael Crabtree, so why not take both.  On the Dolphin’s side of things Jay Cutler returns to check down to Jarvis Landry.
Lions @ Packers
Lions have finally reemerged as the passing team they’ve always been during the Stafford regime, as the signal caller has thrown for 300 yards in back to back games.  He tends to play well against Green Bay.  As for the Packers, the fact that they are 2.5 point dogs shows you what the betting experts think of Brett Hundley.  They will run the offense through Aaron Jones whose talent and opportunity is compromised by the presence of Ty Montgomery.
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