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Sunday Morning Update
Check back in starting at 11:00 AM EST for updates to this lineup and thoughts on news that breaks on Sunday Morning.
Sunday Morning Update: 11:30AM EST
No surprises on the injury front this week. We are going to roll with the lineup that was built yesterday.
- QB Russell Wilson, SEA, $7,700
- RB Alvin Kamara, NO, $9,000
- RB Chuba Hubbard, CAR, $6,300
- WR Davante Adams, GB, $8,100
- WR Deebo Samuel, SF, $6,900
- WR Jaylen Waddle, MIA, $5,400
- TE Travis Kelce, KC $8,400
- Flex RB Mike Davis, ATL, $5,400
- TD NY Jets, $3,000
SITUATIONS THAT STAND OUT TO THIS WEEK ON THE MAIN SLATE.
- Buffalo (vs Houston) 31.75 points
- Kansas City (at Philadelphia) 30.75 points
- LA Rams (vs Arizona) 29.75 points
- Dallas (vs Carolina) 28.25 points
- San Francisco (vs Seattle) 27.5 points
Week 3 Recap
The Sunday Morning Update was critical last week as it came through with an impressive 166.48 points.
What went right:
- The last two weeks have been incredibly easy thanks to Cooper Kupp (wasn’t on the main slate in Week 1). The guy simply has been dominant thus far this season averaging 8.3 receptions, 122 yards and 1.7 touchdowns per game. He’s the clear number one receiver in Los Angeles and with Matthew Stafford at quarterback he is putting up Calvin Johnson type numbers in Los Angeles.
- Justin Jefferson had a big day last week with a big day as he tallied 9 receptions, 118 yards and a touchdown. This one was a last minute change as we were on Chase Claypool (who also had a good day) up until the Alexander Mattison news broke and then were able to upgrade between Justin Jefferson and Chris Godwin. Both players were in strong consideration, but Jefferson ended up winning out due to just a more favorable matchup. These Seahawks defense is not good as they are the 7th worst pass defense, and 3rd worst run defense.
- The value plays in general were all solid. Saquon Barkley had his best game of the year with 94 total yards and a touchdown, Alexander Mattison was a free square essentially with the news Dalvin Cook was out, and Austin Ekeler was solid with 107 yards and a touchdown. Having a touchdown out of every running back and wide receiver is not something that is going to happen often as most of these players are between 40-60% scoring a touchdown in terms of Sportsbook odds each week.
What went wrong:
- Darren Waller continues to disappoint after a monster Week 1. Getting just 7.9 points out of a tight end who is $7,400 is not good enough and something to monitor going forward. It would be one thing if the Raiders were struggling to throw the ball, but Derek Carr leads the NFL in passing yards. Henry Ruggs III, Bryan Edwards, Darren Waller, and Hunter Renfrow are all within 33 yards of each other in terms of total yards this season.
- Lamar Jackson was just ok at the quarterback position, but did not return the $8,400 price tag. This was just a weird game all around. Total yardage was fine for Lamar as he threw for 287 yards and ran for 58, but the problem was that Marquise Brown dropped three touchdowns which just crushed Jackson’s day. Good play, just poor results.
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