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Here are some under-the-radar players that can help you earn the money you deserve in Week 2.
Josh Allen – QB, BUF
Opponent – New York Giants
Price – $5,300
Josh Allen brought ’em back.— B/R Gridiron (@brgridiron) September 8, 2019
Bills take a 17-16 lead on the Jets with three minutes to go. pic.twitter.com/UXjOzmlxyL
I love Josh Allen this week. He’s going up against a Giants defense that got thrashed by the Cowboys in Week 1 and simply isn’t very good.
The young QB logged 20 fantasy points last week against the Jets, a much stingier defense, even with his 4 turnovers. The likelihood of Allen turning the ball over another 4 times against the Giants is slim and his ability to scramble and run provides a safe floor.
Save your money and invest your QB stock in Josh Allen.
LeSean McCoy – RB, KC
Opponent – Oakland Raiders
Price – $4,700
I can’t wait to see more of Shady McCoy on Sunday. 🔥— Chiefs Daily (@chiefsdaily15) September 12, 2019
He still got it. 🤩
Don’t get this twisted. Shady is not a player that you NEED in your lineup this week. However, his price of $4,700 is a bargain and slotting him into your lineup will allow for more wiggle room at either your flex or your other RB position.
Shady had a good share of the backfield in just his first week with the team and looked significantly better than his teammate Damien Williams.
I’m content putting a player with big-play capability, who will see 10-12 touches for Kansas City’s high-powered offense into my lineup.
Delanie Walker – TE, TEN
Opponent – Indianapolis Colts
Price – $3,500
Here are three reasons why you should play Delanie Walker this week:
- The Colts allowed the most fantasy points to TEs in 2018. Guess who the Titans play?
- The passing offense runs through the TE. Guess which position Delanie Walker plays?
- Delanie certainly does not need a walker.
Michael Gallup – WR, DAL
Opponent – Washington Redskins
Price – $5,600
Gallup is beginning to turn into the receiving threat the Cowboys went out and drafted last year. His ability to run deep routes is uncanny.
With Kellen Moore as the new OC in Dallas, Dak Prescott is looking down the field more and the offense has balance and color. This bodes well for the second-year wideout.
The Redskins got torched by the deep ball in Week 1 by DeSean Jackson. They’ll get torched in Week 2 by Michael Gallup.
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