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Week 6 DFS Advice
Using the Fantasy Cruncher lineup optimizer, we created 100 lineups. Except this time, we removed all of the players we believe will be owned by a majority of DFS players, guys like Andy Dalton, Dion Lewis, Allen Robinson, Larry Fitzgerald and Antonio Gates
Carson Palmer has had just one game this season in which he completed more than 20 passes, but he does have three games of 300+ passing yards and three or more touchdowns. The Arizona Cardinals lead the NFL in passing TDs (13), tied with Aaron Rodgers and the Green Bay Packers. Heading to Pittsburgh to take on the Steelers, Palmer could have another big game. Sure, they have allowed just 5 touchdowns since Tom Brady scored four times in the season opener, but the Steelers secondary is average, at best. The return of Andre Ellington and the resurrection of Chris Johnson really opens things up for Palmer.
Chris Ivory is coming off a BYE week and will face a Washington Redskins defense that looks great compared to the rest of the league, statistically. But when you look at the teams they have faced, you understand why. Lamar Miller, Tre Mason, Rashad Jennings and DeMarco Murray have struggled against all defenses. Devonta Freeman dominated the Redskins last week totaling 197 total yards (153 rushing) and a touchdown.
Take your pick at RB with the Kansas City Chiefs, but expect high ownership of Charcandrick West and Knile Davis. They will matchup with the Minnesota Vikings. Minnesota's run defense numbers look good because of matchups against Detroit and San Diego, plus the BYE week. The Vikings just allowed Ronnie Hillman to rush for 103 yards in Week 4. Yes, a Denver Broncos RB has rushed for 100 yards this season.
No team has allowed more points to opposing WRs than KC, but Teddy Bridgewater has not played well in 2015. Mike Wallace caught a TD last week, but it was the lone WR TD for Minny this season. However, Stefon Diggs is worth a flier!
If there is a WR to pounce on, it might very well be Odell Beckham. With the injury scare last week, many owners might fade him, but a matchup with the Philadelphia Eagles on Monday Night Football is hard to pass on!
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