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Week 10 DFS: Triple Threat Thursday (Preview)

Check out a FREE preview of the Fantasy Triple Threat, Adam Ronis' Thursday Night Football DFS picks!

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QB JOE FLACCO, BALTIMORE RAVENS

It has not been a good season for Flacco. The timing and the rhythm of the offense seems off. The Ravens haven't been able to establish a consistent running game. Flacco has just six touchdown passes in eight games. There's a cure for that and it's called the Browns defense. Every quarterback that has faced the Browns this season has thrown multiple touchdowns except Ryan Fitzpatrick and that's not a surprise since he's been awful and a turnover machine. The Browns have no pass rush, ranking 27th in the NFL with 14 sacks and have allowed 22 passing touchdowns and intercepted six passes. Flacco had his best game in Week 2 against the Browns with 302 passing yards and two touchdowns. Flacco is completing just 61.2 percent of his passes. With so many options in DFS, it's difficult to play Flacco unless you play multiple lineups and it's a tournament. Flacco is a streamer in season long, but not a great DFS play. FADE

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RB TERRANCE WEST, BALTIMORE RAVENS

Kenneth Dixon was more involved in the offense last week as West played 30 snaps to 20 for Dixon. Neither was very good as both averaged less than two yards per carry. West has 23 carries for 31 yards over the last two games as the Ravens' offensive line is struggling to open up holes. Dixon doesn't look completely healthy and it's a short week. The Browns have been gashed by the run the last three weeks against the Bengals, Jets and Cowboys. They have allowed at least 148 rushing yards in three straight games and seven rushing touchdowns. West can be used in tournaments. PLAY

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RB ISAIAH CROWELL, BALTIMORE RAVENS

Crowell has scored in two of the last three games, but the volume has been lacking due to game flow. Crowell has been used more in the passing game with nine of his 18 catches coming in the last three weeks. Crowell had just six carries last week as the Browns fell behind quickly against the Cowboys. The Ravens allow 3.41 yards per carry. Crowell had his best game against the Ravens in Week 2 when he rushed for 133 yards on 18 carries with an 85-yard touchdown run that made up most of the yards. The Ravens have allowed the fewest fantasy points to running backs and have allowed running backs fewer than 65 yards in seven of nine games. FADE

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