Put Jarvis Landry (99% Owned) On the Trading Block

O.J. Howard
 TB 92% Own

O.J. Howard is already expected to be an elite fantasy option, but our projections say he is even better than the market thinks. He is owned in 92 percent of CBS leagues and this translates to an expected tight end rank of #8. He is projected to average 8.3 FPs which translates to a position rank of #2. With a better than expected projection rank there are other tight ends you should avoid considering that are projected for fewer points. Rob Gronkowski (61 FP), Jimmy Graham (62 FP), Zach Ertz (66 FP), Greg Olsen (53 FP), and George Kittle (58 FP) are all worse options. His value goes down in PPR leagues. O.J. Howard is ranked as the #4 tight end with a 11.9 projected fantasy average.

Dak Prescott
 DAL 55% Own

Dak Prescott owners should hold on to Dak Prescott because he is projected to greatly exceed expectations. He is owned in 55 percent of CBS leagues and this translates to an expected quarterback rank of #21. He is projected to average 21.8 FPs which translates to a position rank of #11. With a better than expected projection rank there are other quarterbacks you should avoid considering that are projected for fewer points. Andy Dalton (162 FP), Kirk Cousins (143 FP), Matthew Stafford (164 FP), Andrew Luck (170 FP), and Alex Smith (153 FP) are all worse options.

Brandon LaFell
 OAK 1% Own

Brandon LaFell owners should hold on to Brandon LaFell because he is projected to greatly exceed expectations. Owned in 1% of CBS Fantasy leagues the market ranks him as the #117 wide receiver but his projection based rank is #62 with an average of 5.6 fantasy points per week. With a better than expected projection rank there are other wide receivers you should avoid considering that are projected for fewer points. Jordan Matthews (19 FP), Terrelle Pryor (25 FP), Kelvin Benjamin (28 FP), Rishard Matthews (12 FP), and Mike Wallace (12 FP) are all worse options. In PPR leagues, Brandon LaFell is projected for 9.3 FPs per week and his projected position ranking improves to #58. Based on projected weekly average Brandon LaFell is only the #65 ranked wide receiver.

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Chris Carson
 SEA 95% Own

Chris Carson is one of the most underrated players at running back. He is owned in 95 percent of CBS leagues and this translates to an expected running back rank of #33. He is projected to average 10.2 FPs which translates to a position rank of #18. With a better than expected projection rank there are other running backs you should avoid considering that are projected for fewer points. Mark Ingram (77 FP), Isaiah Crowell (72 FP), LeSean McCoy (69 FP), Lamar Miller (69 FP), and Le`Veon Bell (66 FP) are all worse options. Chris Carson is not as good an option in PPR leagues where he is the #23 projected running back with 10.2 FP per week average. Chris Carson has a lower rank based on projected average than projected total. His projected average rank is #23.

Adam Vinatieri
 IND 77% Own

Adam Vinatieri is already expected to be an elite fantasy option, but our projections say he is even better than the market thinks. Owned in 77% of CBS Fantasy leagues the market ranks him as the #8 kicker but his projection based rank is #3 with an average of 9.5 fantasy points per week. With a better than expected projection rank there are other kickers you should avoid considering that are projected for fewer points. Mason Crosby (69 FP), Stephen Gostkowski (75 FP), Graham Gano (67 FP), Robbie Gould (56 FP), and Harrison Butker (76 FP) are all worse options. Adam Vinatieri has a lower rank based on projected average than projected total. His projected average rank is #7.

Seattle Defense
  46% Own

The Seattle Defense is one of the most underrated players at defense. They are owned in 46 percent of CBS leagues and this translates to an expected defense rank of #19. They are projected to average 11.3 FPs which translates to a position rank of #2. With a better than expected projection rank there are other defenses you should avoid considering that are projected for fewer points. The Baltimore Defense (71 FP), Buffalo Defense (68 FP), Carolina Defense (70 FP), Dallas Defense (77 FP), and Denver Defense (68 FP) are all worse options.

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Bad Fantasy Values for the Rest of the Season

Jarvis Landry
 CLE 99% Own

He is expected to be a valuable fantasy asset, but our projections say he is overrated. Owned in 99% of CBS Fantasy leagues the market ranks him as the #18 wide receiver but his projection based rank is #38 with an average of 8.5 fantasy points per week. With a lower than expected projection rank there are other wide receivers that are projected for more points that may be available via trade or off the waiver wire. A.J. Green (67 FP), Golden Tate (63 FP), Alshon Jeffery (68 FP), Stefon Diggs (68 FP), and Amari Cooper (78 FP) are all better options than Jarvis Landry. In PPR leagues, Jarvis Landry is projected for 14.6 FPs per week and his projected position ranking improves to #27. Jarvis Landry is the #31 ranked wide receiver based on his projected average.

Mike Gesicki
 MIA 7% Own

Mike Gesicki is expected to be the #30 tight end based on a variety of factors (ownership, ADP, etc.) but they are only projected to be the #60 tight end the rest of the season. His value goes up in PPR leagues. Mike Gesicki is ranked as the #57 tight end with a 2.6 projected fantasy average.

Kirk Cousins
 MIN 99% Own

Kirk Cousins owners are expecting a lot from him, but the projections think these owners will be disappointed. He is owned in 99 percent of CBS leagues and this translates to an expected quarterback rank of #13. He is projected to average 20.4 FPs which translates to a position rank of #21. With a lower than expected projection rank there are other quarterbacks that are projected for more points that may be available via trade or off the waiver wire. Andy Dalton (162 FP), Russell Wilson (177 FP), Matthew Stafford (164 FP), Alex Smith (153 FP), and Marcus Mariota (151 FP) are all better options than Kirk Cousins. His value goes up if you do not need him in lineups this week. Kirk Cousins is the #18 ranked quarterback based on his projected average.

Leonard Fournette
 JAC 99% Own

Leonard Fournette owners are expecting a lot from him, but the projections think these owners will be disappointed. He is owned in 99 percent of CBS leagues and this translates to an expected running back rank of #20. He is projected to average 8.2 FPs which translates to a position rank of #31. With a lower than expected projection rank there are other running backs that are projected for more points that may be available via trade or off the waiver wire. Isaiah Crowell (72 FP), LeSean McCoy (69 FP), Lamar Miller (69 FP), Dalvin Cook (69 FP), and Matt Breida (67 FP) are all better options than Leonard Fournette. Leonard Fournette is not as good an option in PPR leagues where he is the #36 projected running back with 8.2 FP per week average. Leonard Fournette has a lower rank based on projected average than projected total. His projected average rank is #38.

Robbie Gould
 SF 80% Own

He is expected to be a valuable fantasy asset, but our projections say he is overrated. Based on an ownership percentage of 80%, the market considers him to be the #6 kicker. He is projected to be #24 averaging 8.1 FPs per week. With a lower than expected projection rank there are other kickers that are projected for more points that may be available via trade or off the waiver wire. Randy Bullock (58 FP), Sebastian Janikowski (69 FP), Chris Boswell (72 FP), Adam Vinatieri (76 FP), and Dustin Hopkins (66 FP) are all better options than Robbie Gould. Robbie Gould is a better option based on his projected average rank which is #19.

Kansas City Defense
  96% Own

They are expected to be a valuable fantasy asset, but our projections say they are overrated. Based on an ownership percentage of 96%, the market considers them to be the #3 defense. They are projected to be #27 averaging 9.2 FPs per week. With a lower than expected projection rank there are other defenses that are projected for more points that may be available via trade or off the waiver wire. The Arizona Defense (67 FP), Atlanta Defense (69 FP), Baltimore Defense (71 FP), Buffalo Defense (68 FP), and Carolina Defense (70 FP) are all better options than Kansas City Defense. The Kansas City Defense is a better option based on their projected average rank which is #21.

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