Moneyball’s Daily Fantasy NFL – Week 17
Just a no frills edition of value plays this week – Rummerz’ is under the weather, but it doesn’t mean your Moneyball entry has to be! #prayforrummerz
The NFL regular season concludes this week, here’s hoping your team is alive in the postseason. Week 17 is a week many head coaches rest the stud players, instead of risking them on games with little to no meaning. (Kirk Cousins for one). This affects us fantasy-wise as we can’t afford to be copping a zero. There’s still teams in playoff contention though, so there will be competitive games waiting this week.
As per last week, I’ve listed the teams which play indoors, or have a retractable roof. Keep them in mind for home games: Atlanta, New Orleans, St. Louis, Detroit, Houston, Arizona, Dallas and Indianapolis.
That’s it for the value plays for this year, hope you were able to win a few bucks. There’s plenty of Daily Sport contests available over the summer so stayed tuned to dreamteamtalk.com for more helpful articles from our amazing community.
This week’s moneyball.com.au action:
$2.5K Sunday Blitz ($15 entry, 196 person)
Sunday Spike Early ($10, 56 person)
Sunday Touchdown Late ($10, 56 person)
Single Game Contests
$1K 49ers v Rams ($15, 75 person)
Members also have the ability to create their own contests from as little as $2
As of today, William Hill’s higher total game scores are as follows:
New Orleans @ Atlanta (53)
Players I like this week.
Ryan Mallett (Baltimore, $6300)
Got the nod over Clausen last week and put up 274/1.
Matt Moore (Miami, $5600)
Ryan Tannehill copped a knock to the leg so monitor his status throughout the week.
Stephen Morris (Indianapolis, $5500)
The only healthy QB on the Colts’ roster.
Javorius ‘Buck’ Allen (Baltimore, $6100)
After being benched for fumbling issues, Allen returned last week with over 100 scrimmage yards and a TD.
James White (New England, $5800)
A little quiet last week but was saved by the TD. Can bounce back against Miami.
Jerrick McKinnon (Minnesote, $4900)
Came off the bench spelling Peterson, and scored two TDs. A chance for garbage time scores.
Jordan Matthews (Phildelphia, $6400)
Averaging 130/1 over his last couple. Giants are giving up a lot through the air.
Tavon Austin (St Louis, $5800)
Hot and Cold as of late, but shouldn’t find the 49ers too tough an assignment.
James Jones (Green Bay, $5600)
Had 109 and a TD last time he faced the Vikings.
Antonio Gates (San Diego, $5600)
Didn’t do much last week, but the talent is still there and Denver are 14th in giving up points to TEs.
Zach Ertz (Philadelphia, $5100)
Continuing his run of good form, with 122 yards last week. Can repeat.
Vance Mc Donald (San Francisco, $4500)
Had 61 and 1 last week and St Louis rank highly in giving up most points to TEs.
Coming up against Baltimore and Ryan Mallett.
New England ($4900)
Miami may not start with QB Ryan Tannehill so this could be a tasty matchup for the Pats’ D.
New York Jets ($4600)
Have 8 INTs in their last 5 games.
Blair Walsh (Minnesota, $5000)
Put up 19 last week and faces Green Bay this week, so a chance to put up double-figures.
Josh Brown (New York Giants, $4900)
Teams have been able to score on Philadelphia.
Stephen Hauschka (Seattle, $4600)
The Seahawks may have trouble finding the endzone against Arizona and may lean on their kicker.
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