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Daily Dr. Roto — January 13, 2017
DFS Plays for Divisional Playoff Weekend
Matt Ryan — Can Matty Ice withstand the pressure? I think so. Lock him in for 300+ yards and two TDs.
Aaron Rodgers — He will need to throw it a ton, but the Cowboys ball control offense might hurt him.
Russell Wilson — I don’t usually like him on the road, but he is a great player in a pressure situation.
Dak Prescott — Best bargain available this week.
Tom Brady — Not loving Brady, although I think the Patriots win easily.
Ben Roethlisberger — Could be an ice storm in KC. Be careful.
Le’Veon Bell — If there is an ice storm he could see 35+ carries.
Ezekiel Elliott — Might be my favorite play of the week.
Devonta Freeman — Always seems to do better at home.
Tevin Coleman — Sneaky play for a cheap TD.
Thomas Rawls — Will he get 160 yards again? Probably not. But 100+ is possible.
Dion Lewis — My other must play on DK for the incredible value.
Antonio Brown — Not in a great spot, but he is a stud so it shouldn’t matter too much.
Dez Bryant — Love him to score.
Devante Adams — I think he will be the most targeted receiver on the Packers,
Julio Jones — Sherman couldn’t stop him in Seattle; No way he stops him in Atlanta.
Doug Baldwin — Has turned into Wilson’s most reliable target,
Tyreek Hill — Always capable of making a big play.
Julian Edelman — Safe as can be, I like him more on DK than FD.
Randall Cobb — Last week’s hero could do it again, but his ownership % is through the roof.
DeAndre Hopkins — Will be low owned considering the Texans have little chance of creating offense.
Cole Beasley — He did score two TDs the last time these two teams played.
Paul Richardson — My sleeper from last week. I think either he or Jermaine Kearse scores this week.
Terrance Williams — A guy you can use if you need to save money on DK.
Mohamed Sanu — Played well last time in Seattle — could surprise if they double cover, Julio.
Travis Kelce — A bit overpriced but he is clearly the best player on the board at the position.
Jimmy Graham — Rebounds after last week’s debacle.
C.J. Fiedorowicz — Might be the leading receiver this week for the Texans.
Jason Witten — Old reliable and someone who could find the end zone while the Packers are worried about Dez and Elliott.
Jared Cook — Starting to gel with Rodgers.