Tuesday - Sep 17, 2019

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DFS STACK ATTACK: Week 2

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This stack is viable in both tournaments and cash games, and is the best value on the slate. Playing all three together will cost $12,800. That amounts to just 25% of the total salary cap, which leaves a lot of flexibility to pay up at other positions.

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LIKE/DISLIKE: Week 2

Quarterback Ben Roethlisberger Pittsburgh Steelers

Roethlisberger had a rough Week 1, finishing with 276 yards with no touchdowns and an interception.. It’s no secret that Roethlisberger is better at home than on the road as he has 64 more touchdowns and 17 fewer interceptions in his career at home versus on the road. Look for a bounce-back game..

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BOLD PREDICTIONS: Week 2

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Carson Wentz and Matt Ryan will combine for more than 700 passing yards and six passing touchdowns in their matchup this week. With the NFL shifting towards a “pass-first, pass-second, pass-always” philosophy, expect two of the league’s best passing offenses to air it out all over the field on Sunday.

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RISERS & FALLERS: Week 2

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With the newest set back to Derrius Guice and last week's healthy scratch status of Adrian Peterson, Thompson looks like the only back with a cemented status for Washington's offense. His 7 catches for 68 yards shows that he is back for at least flex purposes.

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FLEX APPEAL: Week 2

RB Devin Singletary Bills

Look for Singletary to have around 15 touches in this game, which is a plus matchup for opposing running backs. The Giants won’t stop him, simply put, and this could be the game that gets him to breakout status. Fire up the rookie for a solid flex.

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FIRE & ICE: Week 2

RB Duke Johnson Texans and CB Eli Apple Saints

Last week against the Jacksonville’s defense the Kansas City running backs gave them trouble all day. This could very well go over in the same manner this week for Houston and Johnson is the same type of elusive pass catching back that could be a nightmare for the Jags defense to match-up with.

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IDP STUDS AND DUDS: Week 2 IDP Start/Sit

RB Matt Breida SF & LB Alec Ogletree NYG

Alec Ogletree may be full of it, but the reality is that IDP owners might actually be better served if the Giants struggle to get off the field like they did against the Cowboys. Dallas threw the ball a lot more than the Buffalo Bills will, so look for an improvement on Ogletree's six tackles in Week 1.

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DFS VALUE PLAYS: Week 2

TE T.J. Hockenson DET

Hockenson was a big surprise in week one as he caught 6 passes on 9 targets for 131 yards and a touchdown. Expect his ownership to skyrocket this week compared to the 2% that used him in Week 1. The Lions have issues on the offensive line so I expect Matthew Stafford to lean on Hockenson again this week to get the ball out quick.

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