NFL Fantasy Football Week 9 Start / Sit Advice



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QB Dak Prescott (vs Cleveland)
Clevelands allow the 4th most fantasy points per game to quarterbacks. In the 2nd half of last weeks game against against the Philly, Prescott straight balled out, finishing with three total touchdowns. Dez Bryant is back with the team to give Das another boost. 
RB Theo Riddick (vs Minnesota)
Riddick came back in Week 8 and had 19 touches for 133 yards and a touchdown. Overall, Minnesota defense looks good on paper, but they are top ten in receiving yards allowed to running backs. Matthew Stafford is going to be checking down often, and Riddick is going to be eating up yardage over the middle.
WR Donte Moncrief (vs Green Bay)
I said last week that Moncrief was going to ball out. In the ten games he's played with Andrew Luck he has seven touchdowns. The Packers have allowed more than 10 touchdowns to WR this year.
TE Antonio Gates (vs Tennessee)
Don't get me wrong, Hunter Henry has balled out. Last week Gates played the more snaps that Henry. Gates was targeted a team-high 9 times. While he only had four catches, he found the end zone for the 3rd time this year. He still leads the Chargers with 10 targets in the red zone. Philip Rivers still loves him, and the Titans have allowed the 4th most points to tight ends.

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QB Russell Wilson (vs Buffalo)
I have Wilson in three league, I love him, he's just not healthy. Wilson hasn't scored a touchdown in three games. The Bills have a tough defense that has only allowed 8 receiving touchdowns this season, and four of those came against the Patriots last week.
RB Isaiah Crowell (vs Dallas)
Yes, Crowell has scored the last two weeks. Crowell has averaged only 35 yards a game in the last four games. The Cowboys are taught score agains for running back, only allowing three rushing touchdowns all season.
WR Marvin Jones (Minnesota)
Marvin Jones had such a promising start to his tenure with Detroit. Over the last 4 weeks he has struggled except for a 99 yard performance.  Minnesota is succeptible against run and checkdown, Jones will have a hard time getting going in the long game.
TE Julius Thomas (vs Kansas City)
No tight end has caught more than three passes or had more than 44 yards against Kansas City all season. Thomas also hasn't broken the 30-yard receiving mark in a game since Week 2. 

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