SUNDAY MORNING UPDATE:
No Sunday morning update this morning. Sticking with the primary cash lineup. One thing I did look at, but decided against was looking at downgrading Dalvin Cook to Alvin Kamara, and upgrading Courtland Sutton to Amon-Ra St. Brown, but ultimately decided against it based on the volatility of Kamara the past two weeks.
We will have a Thanksgiving article that will come out Tuesday Night/Wednesday Morning. Happy Thanksgiving Week everyone!
SITUATIONS THAT STAND OUT TO THIS WEEK ON THE MAIN SLATE.
- Buffalo (vs CLE) – 28.5 points
- Baltimore (vs CAR) – 27.25 points
- Atlanta (vs CHI) – 26.25 points
- Philadelphia (at IND) – 26.25 points
Week 10 Recap
Week 10 was another great week, and we are getting close to assuring that this season will be profitable with proper bankroll management. The Sunday Morning Update comes through again, as we found out that Ezekiel Elliott was a surprise inactive last week which significantly changed the lineup.
Total points scored- 151.84
- QB Patrick Mahomes II II, KC, $8,500- 32.14
- RB Devin Singletary, BUF, $5,600- 15.2
- RB Jonathan Taylor, IND, $7,000- 23.3
- WR, JuJu Smith-Schuster, KC, $7,000- 4.3
- WR Amon-Ra St. Brown, DET, $6,900- 17.1
- WR Donovan Peoples-Jones, CLE $5,700- 12.4
- TE Travis Kelce, KC, $8,500- 17.1
- Flex RB Tony Pollard, DAL, $7,000- 20.3
- TD Pittsburgh Steelers, $3,600- 10.0
What went right:
- Jonathan Taylor was outstanding as he was ranked as our number one running back last week and paid off as he was the top scoring FanDuel running back with 23.3 points.
- The Sunday Morning update paid off as the swap from Jerry Jeudy and Dameon Pierce to Tony Pollard and Amon-Ra St. Brown was the difference in cashing compared to not cashing.
What went wrong:
- The Chiefs stack was somewhat disappointing. While Mahomes threw for 331 yards and four touchdowns, JuJu Smith-Schuster left the game early with a concussion and Travis Kelce was adequate reaching 2x, but we were hoping for more when you spend up to that high of a tight end.
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