Daily Dr. Roto—October 21, 2016
Doc’s Week 7 NFL DFS Plays
Matt Ryan — The hottest QB in the game with the highest point total? It seems too easy.
Andy Dalton — Every QB throws for two TDs against the Browns.
Kirk Cousins — It’s not easy to run on the Lions, but it’s easy to throw on them. Cousins could have three TDs on Sunday.
Tom Brady — With the Steelers reeling without Big Ben, I can see Brady going to town and running up the score on the road.
Philip Rivers — There will be points scored in this game and Rivers comes at a discount compared to Ryan.
Blake Bortles — Mr. Garbage Time will have to wing it in the fourth quarter if the Jaguars are going to win this week.
Alex Smith — He’s playing against the worst defense in football.
Colin Kaepernick — If he runs for 60 yards and a TD he exceeds value.
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DeMarco Murray — If he doesn’t run for over 100 yards this week I will be the most shocked person in the Fantasy world.
Spencer Ware: As of right now Charles looks less than 50-50 to play which means that Ware should be the big beneficiary. NO has the worst run defense in the league and Ware is a virtual lock for 100 yards and a TD if Charles is confirmed out.
LeGarrette Blount — I can see Blount getting two TDs this week on 1-yd plunges.
Mike Gillislee — He is such a cheap play that I think he is a must roster player.
Jacquizz Rodgers — Quizz looked pretty good in his last start against Carolina. His price won’t break the bank, so he is in a great spot.
Le’Veon Bell — With all the value available this week, it’s quite possible that Bell will be less than 10% owned. If that’s the case, he is worth a look.
David Johnson — See Bell and insert DJ’s name.
Mike Davis — He seems to be the new starter in SF with Hyde out. He will come cheaply and could surprise.
Julio Jones — Another 300-yard game? I doubt it, but I can see 150 yards easily.
Allen Robinson — A-Rob is due for a breakout game. This is it.
Brandon Marshall — I hate Geno Smith, but he will see a ton of targets this week.
Mike Evans — With VJax done for the year, Evans is more valuable than ever. He is a lock for a dozen targets.
Amari Cooper — I think this is going to be a high scoring game and Cooper is on a roll.
Mike Wallace — The Jets can’t cover the deep ball, and Wallace has great separation and breakaway speed.
Golden Tate — He was simply amazing last week, and with Norman seeing a lot of Marvin Jones, it should leave the field open for Tate.
Tyrell Williams — Always a good shot at a red zone TD from this huge target.
Adam Thielen — If Diggs is out I can see Bradford looking his way another ten times.
Breshad Perriman — One of these weeks he is going to catch a long bomb. This might just be the week.
Quinton Patton — Last week it was Torrey Smith catching the long TD pass. I think this week is Patton’s turn.
Justin Hunter — He’s caught two TDs the past two weeks, and it looks like Robert Woods might miss the game with an injury.
Rob Gronkowski — Gronk is always a great play in cash games.
Delanie Walker — Walker had only two targets last week and ended up with one catch for 21 yards. People got burned by him so that means they may lay off him this week. He could be less than 8% owned.
Hunter Henry — Atlanta struggles to cover the TE. Henry has been a revelation this season.
Travis Kelce — Kelce didn’t do much against the Raiders; I expect his fortunes to improve vs. the lowly Saints.
Jack Doyle — If Allen is out Doyle should easily be the second most targeted receiver behind TY Hilton.
Cameron Brate — No VJax means even more targets for Brate.
Charles Clay — I love revenge games. You know that Clay is going to want to play well against his old team and he is Taylor’s top target.
Vernon Davis — DET struggles vs. the TE so you might want VD.