I’m not picking players from the Thursday night game (Atlanta-Bucs) in this post. Aside from that, here are my core daily fantasy picks for week 9 of the NFL.


A. Rodgers – $7,800
You almost have to play this guy at this point. I had him last week and I’ll have him next. Without a running game Rodgers has the green light with a great matchup at home vs the Colts.

R. Tannehill – $5,600
Finally playing well and has a big matchup vs the Jets who can’t stop anyone through the air. A week where there aren’t that many QBs that can score 30 (aside from thursday game), Tannehill might be a good low-owned gamble. Miami off of a bye.

Running Back

L. Bell – $7,700
This is a spot where I will attempt to differentiate my lineup, by picking a stud with a bad matchup. Aside from his ridiculous talent, Bell’s receptions make him a 20 point floor with a huge upside. Should be lower owned than he deserves this week at Baltimore.

M. Forte – $6,500
I’ve had Forte the last two weeks and I am going to keep on riding him, as long as the Jets are. I can’t see why they wouldn’t at the moment. Has a decent matchup vs an inconsistent Miami defense, and that low 10th OPRK should have people shopping elsewhere.

D. Sproles – $3,900
Good cheap option as it looks like he has taken over the #1 roll in Philadelphia. Should hit the 12+ fantasy points he needs to pay for himself with ease, and has an enormous upside.

D. Henry – $5,000
Already has had some big time production, and DeMarco Murray may be hobbled or out this Sunday. If that is the case keep your eye on Henry.

Wide Receiver

D. Adams – $4,900
Packers already were thin to none at RB last week, and now Knile Davis is gone too. Cobb and Montgomery are both questionable and didn’t play last week. Jordy seems to not be 100% still, and Rodgers loves this guy. At $5,900 you can’t miss.

K. Stills – $3,900
Jets are the worst in the league at the deep ball, and Miami has thrown it down-field to Stills more and more as the weeks have gone by. I like Parker as a sneak play for the same reasons.

Tight End

K. Rudolph – $4,000
Still a great price and gets a ton of targets. If he can find the end zone he will be huge. Matchup of the week vs Detroit should have him very high owned.

J. Doyle – $3,600
Tough OPRK will have him pretty low owned in what could be a shootout vs Green Bay. Big upside here.


Chiefs – $3,500
Home vs Jags.

Dolphins – $3,100
Off of a bye and home vs Fitzpatrick and the Jets.




I had a profitable week last week, as my 4 biggest plays: Forte, Ajayi, Eagles D, and Goodwin had monsters. Unfortunately all 4 of my QBs got me 10-15 points so I wasn’t able to get more than a small profit. Here are some of my core players for week 8 NFL DFS.


A. Rodgers – $7,500
Super chalk, but at QB that’s okay. Might be a good idea to stack him with 2 WR’s, although it’s tough to pinpoint who will be his favorites this week. GB with no running game should mean big things for Rodgers the next few weeks.

D. Carr – $5,900
He should be chalk, but might not be as there are a lot of better matchups this week, and his 19th OPRK might have him less owned than he should be. He has had two down weeks in a row, but I like a buy here when his stock is low.

J. Winston – $5,700
If you’re looking for a cheap QB play this week, look no further. Should be a pretty popular play, but stacked with Evans and reverse stacked with Crabtree or Cooper is a no brainer.

Running Back

L. Miller – $6,300
I like him this week for similar reasons as I picked Forte last week. Everyone is down on him and he has a tough OPRK. However the Texans like the Jets are going to realize very soon that they have to give their star RB the load, as their QB is not playing great. That’s what happens this week, and Miller can do big things when he gets 30 touches. His questionable tag will have him faded as well, but will very likely play due to the status of his shoulder injury.

D. Booker – $3,700
This guy was a great price even with CJ Anderson playing, but with Anderson out look for huge games from this talented young back who now gets the start.

E. Elliott – $7,200
Should be a low owned stud this week, as the majority of players will be on better matchups. While it’s true the Eagles defense is the real deal, it’s also true that Dallas has the best offensive line in the league. And they rushed it just fine at Green Bay who is the #1 team vs the run.

M. Forte – $6,400
I hit big on him last week having him in almost all of my lineups, and he was less than 1% owned which is ridiculous for a running back. He will be pretty popular this week as his matchup vs the Browns is a great one, and the Jets should stick with what worked for at least a game, much like Miami did with Ajayi.

Wide Receiver

M. Thomas – $5,000
It’s super hard to pinpoint a Saints receiver as Brees spreads it out pretty well. But averaging 8 targets a game and has had a great past 4 weeks. Tough oprk should have him virtually un-owned, and Sherman should be focused on Cooks.

M. Evans – $8,100
Can’t miss with Evans, and he has the great matchup this week too.

T. Williams – $4,700
Rivers really likely this guy and he’s a big red one threat. With Hunter Henry likely out and a #1 OPRK vs Denver, he should be a very unpopular play. Rivers is one of the matchup-proof QBs in this league who can handle a pass rush. I think this matchup suits Williams way more than Benjamin. I predict Williams goes off and is very low owned.

J. Hunter – $3,100
I hit big on Goodwin last week for similar reasons. Goodwin is now on concussion protocol which means he likely missed this week and leaves Hunter as the only WR on the field for Buffalo. That should mean at least 10-12 points with an upside of 20.

Tight End

CJ Fiedorowicz – $2,800
Home vs Detroit who are pitiful vs TE and has had a ton of targets. Big upside for this super cheap play. Will likely be a pretty popular play this week.

G. Barnidge – $3,300
Very consistent 12 points a game and that’s without scoring a TD all season. I look for him to have a big game vs the poor pass defense of the Jets, and should be faded by most players.

A. Gates – $2,700
Hunter Henry is on concussion protocol, which to me means he’s very unlikely to play this week, as NFL have been being true to their word about taking concussions most seriously this year so far. He hasn’t looked great and has a tough OPRK so he will be low owned, and had a nice 2nd half of last week’s game once Henry was gone.


Patriots – $3,300
At the very banged up Buffalo Bills, they have a good chance at a lot of sacks and take-aways.

Arizona – $2,700
Looks great this year and has playmakers. Playing vs a Carolina team that can’t seem to get it together.

Carolina – $2,900
Off of a bye vs a Zona team that can be a defense’s dream or nightmare.




Here are some of my core players for week 7 NFL DFS.


K. Cousins – $5,900
Has everything you want for a QB – Cheap price, 32 OPRK, high total of 49, no running back, and a game that should be a shootout. May be a somewhat popular play but he will be one of my stacks without a doubt.

B. Bortles – $6,200
Home vs the Raiders I like Bortles to put up big numbers and finally re invigorate his two big name receivers.

P. Rivers – $6,500
At the Falcons, this game should be high scoring and Rivers will have to do like he usually does and throw 40 passes to try and keep up, and likely succeed.

M. Stafford – $6,400
Just can’t go wrong with him right now, as he’s throwing 3-4 TDs a game and has another shoot-out type matchup. It helps that his defense is so bad that it usually forces him to stay aggressive all the way to the end of the game.

Running Back

J. Ajayi – $4,500
Will he have a game like last week where he amassed 200 yards and 2 TD’s? No. However he’s a great gamble at this price to get half that or more, as Miami will look to stick with what finally worked, and that’s establish the run and give Ajayi the load.

D. Murray – $7,200
His price dropped to $500 less than last week after his first game with under 20 points all season. Murray has had a stellar season and the Titans will continue to ride him. Grade A matchup home vs the Colts who are a very poor run defense.

M. Forte – $5,000
He’s been forgotten about in DFS, and I want to buy him low and while he’s being faded. Home vs the Ravens and the Vegas line points to a Jets victory, and they certainly can’t seem to do it through Fitzpatrick’s arm or maybe worse, Geno’s.

T. Riddick – $5,200
Back from injury and averaging 6.5 receptions a game on top of 10 rushing attempts, Riddick is a big-time playmaker. This game is a high total and riddick is the type of player who usually pays for himself and has pretty big upside.

Wide Receiver

D. Jackson – $5,700
I love Jackson to make a big return this week with his great matchup vs Detroit.

A. Robinson – $7,300
Has been quiet for a while but should finally have a 20 pt + game this week vs the poor pass defense of Oakland.

M. Jones – $7,000
Did I mention I like the Detroit – Redskins game? I like all of their WR’s but I’m going to buy Jones while people are down on him.

J. Maclin – $6,700
Has certainly been a bust so far but has the matchup of the year this week home vs the Saints.

K. Wright – $3,700
There are a few cheap WR’s that have good value right now in the league, but this week I like Kendall Wright the most as he’s coming off of a huge 30 point fantasy game and home vs the Colts.

Tight End

J. Reed – $6,000
If he goes, he’ll be the best TE this week.

J. Thomas – $3,900
Somewhat of a sneak play, as he hasn’t done much so far this season. He does get about 5-6 targets a game and has a great matchup vs Oakland though who has been one of the worst defenses vs the tight end the last 2 years.

T. Kelce – $5,300
Home vs the Saints so I love KC players. Especially Kelce who although is pretty consistent did have his worst game last week. Hopefully that will make the public shy away from him in a spot where they should be buying.

H. Henry – $3,600
Four quality fantasy games in a row and he’s still at $3,600? With his price, production, and matchup vs the Falcons I will be playing him.


Eagles – $3,100
Defense and special teams has playmakers who score TD’s, and they held Pitt to 3 points in Phili just a couple weeks ago.

49ers – $2,500
Home vs Bucs who have potential to lay an egg and make critical errors. I like the 49ers to win the game with a dlis defensive effort, even with TB off of a bye.




Here are some of my core players for week 6 NFL DFS.


R. Wilson – $6,900
At home vs Atlanta, I look for Seattle to put up a lot of points, as Atlanta is one of the best offenses and the worst defenses in the league. Stack with Graham or Baldwin.

B. Roethlisberger – $7,500
Big Ben should be the most expensive QB in the league by now but still is not. Although he will likely be high owned, playing at Miami is way too attractive to pass up this week. I would stack him with Brown or Coates and reverse stack with DeVonte Parker.

T. Taylor – $5,300
He’s super cheap, no one is looking at him, and he’s at home vs the lowly 49ers. He’s had a few enormous games in the past, and gambling on him this week might differentiate your lineup from the rest.

Running Back

L. McCoy – $6,900
Having a great season and gets the touches. Big receiving threat and has a great matchup. He is slightly underpriced right now, but if he has another big game we wont see him under $7,000 again anytime soon.

D. Murray – $7,700
I have been riding him all year and he has been big for me. At this price I’m starting to get a little wary, but he has an amazing matchup vs the Browns. He also has been getting 25+ carries the last 2 games, 5 receptions, and remains a goal line threat. I’ll bite.

CJ Spiller – $3,400
Major gamble here, as it’s only his 2nd week back and had very limited production in that game. But I think it’s very possible he steps up big, cutting into Christine Michael’s production significantly. I wouldn’t load him in all of my lineups, but I’ll fit him into a few.

J. Howard – $6,200
The Bears love this guy, and he’s had 3 good fantasy games in a row, getting better with each. Great matchup at home vs Jags.

Wide Receiver

D. Baldwin – $6,500
Hit or miss with him, but due to the matchup I like a huge game this week vs the high flying/weak defense Falcons.

A. Hurns – $4,700
Down from $5,800 and gets the targets. Decent floor with a pretty high ceiling at a more than fair price.

J. Kerley – $4,000
The 49ers may have found their go-to receiver in Kerley, as his production has been rising every game including the last two which he had 9 and 13 targets for 21 and 28 fantast points. A steal at this price right now.

B. LaFell – $3,200
Last 4 games: 8, 3, 6, 11 targets. That last game he also had 26 fantasy points. I’ll gamble on him right now.

D. Parker – $5,000
Miami is 8 point home dogs, so if Pitt gets up big Miami will have to play catchup. I’m gambling on the lower owned and higher ceiling wideout of Miami’s.

Tight End

J. Graham – $4,900
Playing great football right now, and getting into rythym with Wilson. Did I mention I like Seattle this week?

C. Clay – $2,900
Although the Bills don’t seem to use him nearly as much as they should, his targets have picked up to 5-7 a game now, which makes him a decent gamble at $2,900 for someone who will be almost un-owned.


Titans – $3,300
At home vs Cleveland and seem to be racking in the sacks which is big for DFS.

Texans – $2,900
Playing the Colts at home which seems risky, but Luck is getting sacked just over 5 times a game and his gambly nature could always lead to defensive points. Should be very low owned.




Had a few min-cashes last week, but since I didn’t have Big Ben, Julio, or Matt Ryan in any of my big lineups, it was a losing week of DFS.

Here are a few of my core DraftKings players for NFL week 5 daily fantasy.


M. Stafford – $6,600
When these two teams met last year, Stafford had the best game of his career, scoring 5 TDs and 350 yards. That stat coupled with his price make him my favorite play at QB this week. I also don’t mind his OPRK of #1, as this is a stat based on just 3 games, and will have the masses fading him.

R. Fitzpatrick – $5,100
Huge upside here as he is playing at Pittsburg and may be forced to keep up with a high scoring Steeler offense. Fitz matches up well vs Pitt defense, unlike Alex Smith of last week, as he can get the ball down the field with ease. Due to his recent terrible games, Fitzpatrick is at a steal of a price and will be lower owned than he should be.

Running Backs

CJ Anderson – $6,900
Home vs the Falcons who are a very poor defense, and the hottest offense in the league. This should equate to Anderson running the ball a lot, in hopes to keep Matt Ryan and crew off the field. Anderson having a solid season thus far as well.

T. West – $4,800
Has the official nod now as the starter over Forsett, and the matchup home vs the Redskins. Get him while he’s still cheap.

L. McCoy – $6,600
One of the few away RBs I like this week, but the Bills are using him like crazy this year, and he is showing up. Bills also without a lot of weapons and may force McCoy the ball for the next few weeks at least.

L. Murray – $4,200
Home vs San Diego should be the perfect week to finally get this beast back going. It’s not that he hasn’t been playing well, the Raiders just haven’t been using him. I look for that to change this week while people look the other way.

L. Blount – $5,600
Terrible week 4, but I think it’s worth starting him here at Cleveland, as Brady’s return could mean big things for him, and most people will be fading him and playing Brady.

Wide Receivers

B. Marshall – $7,100
I expect a huge week from him and Fitzpatrick, as they try to prove themselves as well as keep up with the fast Steeler offense. Decker still out as well.

D. Amendola – $3,900
Brady’s return could mean big things for anybody and everybody. I’m going to gamble on Amendola on the first game back though, as not only is his price hilarious for his upside, but Brady and him began to find their rhythm mid-late last season.

A. Boldin – $4,000
Getting more than enough targets and receptions to justify this price tag, and this is continuing the thought of Stafford having a huge game against the Eagles due to his past performance.

S. Smith – $5,300
Starting to come back in a big way and has the matchup. High floor here while waiting for a patented Steve Smith 150 yard and 2 TD game.

Tight Ends

H. Henry – $3,300
Playing vs the Raiders so he’s a great matchup, but also now Charger’s/River’s #1 tight end with Gates out. Look for him to have big games because of that, like Ladarius Green of last year in the same situation.


Dolphins – $2,900
49ers – $2,600




Big sweat in week 3 while I was 1st place in the $4 $100k on Draftkings until 5 minutes left in the afternoon games when I managed to slip to 18th. I also went 4-0 on my sports picks which made for a very profitable Sunday.

Here are a few of my core DraftKings players for NFL week 4 daily fantasy.


B. Bortles – $6,400
Home vs the Colts in what should be a high scoring game. Bortles has 40, 40, and 50 attempts in his first 3 games, and I look for him to dial it in this week to get the yardage and TDs that should follow that attempt volume.

P. Rivers – $6,900
This will likely be a popular pick but he’s got the matchup of the year for him home vs the Saints, who just let up 45 points to Atlanta, and make every offense they play look like the ’07 Patriots.

K. Cousins – $6,500
Home vs the Browns who have a very weak pass defense, Cousins is playing well. He is at a good price right now, down from $7,400 where he started the season. He is just starting to get in rhythm and has a ton of attempts per game.

J. Flacco – $5,900
He’s vs the Raiders, need we say more? Okay, also at a $1,000 price break right now down from $6,900.

Running Backs

M. Gordon – $6,300
Like Rivers, Gordon gets the benefit of playing vs the god awful Saints defense at home this week. Now the sole back since Woodhead’s season ending injury, he is seeing quite a few receptions as well. I faded him so far this year and all last season, but not in this spot.

L. Blount – $5,000
What a season Blount has had so far. One more game until Brady is back and at home vs division rival Buffalo, I can’t imagine Blount not getting another 25+ carries. Pats o-line is playing lights out, and Blount is ridiculously cheap for his production right now.

D. Murray – $6,800
Not crazy about his new high price, or that he is away vs a decent defense. However he’s getting 6 receptions and 15+ carries a game, and is a goal line threat. Titans are using him right now, and while he’s hot, so will I. Tough matchup, away, and OPRK will have him overlooked this week.

J. Forsett – $3,800
Man do I hate this guy. But I just have to gamble on him this week because he is seeing a lot of receptions, and he’s got the matchup home vs Oakland. Not to mention he’s super cheap and will be faded more than the last few weeks due to his poor start to the season.

Wide Receivers

A. Hurns – $4,800
High total in a should-be shootout. I look at Jags to show up big in the pass game and win. I love Hurns’ value at this price, considering Allen Robinson is $8,000 and only gets a few more targets.

TY Hilton – $7,000
Same story here with the total and shootout. Hilton down from $7,500, even after a big game and has gotten 11, 11, and 12 targets.

J. Landry – $6,900
This game may be high scoring, but what will almost definitely happen is Landry getting his average of 12 targets. One of the most popular plays out there right now every week, but for a good reason.

Tight Ends

C. Fleener – $3,200
This f***ing guy. He let me down the first 2 weeks, but I’m going back to him. Way too good of a price and the ball goes his way a lot, he just needs to catch it. Coming off a solid game in Atlanta, this value is just too high to pass up.

G. Olsen – $6,000
So hard to pick the right TE in dfs, never bad to play this guy with the 9-10 targets he gets on the high powered Carolina offense.


Buccaneers – $2,600
Value play. Home vs Denver, and likely will not be owned hardly at all. The vegas line and total here says a lot. I think the Bucs win and Siemian has a rough one.

I also like Redskins, Cardinals, and NYJ defenses.




Here are a few of my core DraftKings players for NFL week 3 daily fantasy.


R. Wilson – $7,100
Should be off the radar for most people this week after a pretty bad first 2 weeks. I think he finally shows up though at home vs a poor SF team. Seattle defense should give Wilson great field position throughout the game. I think Seattle kills here 30-7 and Wilson has a game. I wouldn’t worry about stacking him because he can spread the ball out, Baldwin is questionable, and he can run them in as well. I may stack him in a few lineups with Jimmy Graham.

E. Manning – $7,000
I like the Giants offense to show up this week after after a subpar first two weeks, at home vs a weak Washington pass defense. Eli and Odell finally go off big.

M. Stafford – $6,800
Playing at Green Bay will be tough, but this game has the makings of a shootout. Stafford brings it vs the 16th ranked pass defense of GB. Should be overlooked and low owned as well.

M. Mariota – $5,900
I liked this guy as a sneak play last week and it did not really pan out. This week more people will be drafting him as he’s against Oakland who has a terrible pass defense. I’m going to go with him one more week and stack him with Walker.

Running Backs

E. Elliott – $6,900
Down from $7,400, Elliott is getting 25+ touches a game, and will no doubt break out sometime this year. This is a very good chance for him to do so. At home vs the Bears, Elliott continues his trend of at least 1 TD per game, but this time has big time yardage to add.

D. Murray – $6,300
Home vs Oakland should be a good spot to get Murray back to his old self. Look for him to get more than his usual 15 rush attempts and you can always count on him for receptions, 7 targets a game so far.

F. Gore – $5,000
I can’t believe it’s come to this, but Im going with Frank Gore this week. Great matchup at home, and is still the #1 guy. Has a nose for the end zone and big plays, the Chargers are the perfect defense to give Gore one more big game. Indy will likely chew up clock if they get up a little as well, to keep a hot Rivers off the field.

TJ Yeldon – $5,600
Hard to believe but after 2 weeks of doing next to nothing, Yeldon’s price has gone up from $4,100 to $5,600. Someone knows something, and since it’s not me I’m going to gamble on it.

J. Ajayi – $4,000
Sneak play. I’m a Miami fan and dislike this guy for the most part, but he’s a good gamble this week. Arian Foster is banged up and will likely not play, and Miami is 9 point favorites at home vs the Browns. He finally gets his chance this week while he’s cheap and overlooked.

Wide Receivers

O. Beckham – $9,100
Price has gone down $400, and as I said earlier I think the Giants could blow up this week.

J. Nelson – $7,400
Green Bay offense bounces back this week at home vs a weak Detroit defense in what could be a shootout. I lean Nelson over Cobb because they are the same price but Nelson is getting 2-3 more targets a game, and is a slightly more big play threat.

S. Watkins – $6,100
Home vs Arizona who is 25th vs WR, I think this could be a high scoring game and Watkins should be one of the main beneficiaries.

D. Jackson – $5,900
Giants defense has looked good this year in the first two games, but I don’t think they’re as great as they seem just yet. This game is going to get up there, and Jackson should get his points whether ahead or behind.

M. Wallace – $5,000
I liked him the first 2 weeks at $4,700, and I like him now.

Tight Ends

D. Walker – $5,000
Home vs Oakland, this guy should be a very popular play, but TE is very thin. I think you have to play this guy.

J. Graham – $3,000
A great sneak play, and a great time for this guy to remind us that he’s still alive, home vs the SF 49ers. I predict a big game for him and Wilson.


Seattle – $4,100
Sometimes you just gotta pay the price and pick the chalk play. I will be doing that with team defenses quite a bit as it does seem to work for that position. Seattle home vs 49ers and Gabbert.

Dolphins – $3,000
9 point favorites at home vs the Browns. A big chance for Miami’s high paid defense shows up for some defensive TDs.




Here are a few of my core DraftKings players for NFL week 2 daily fantasy.


C. Palmer – $6,900
My favorite play at QB this week, Palmer has a low price and a great matchup, and people aren’t too high on him at the moment so he will likely be lower drafted than the top tier guys this week, with just as much upside if not more. Great matchup at home vs Bucs defense who are poor vs QB.

D. Carr – $7,200
Could be another shoot em up in Oakland, with Atlanta traveling across country. With a 7th OPRK, as well as Brees playing Eli, Carr will be very undervalued this week.

M. Mariotta – $6,000
Somewhat of a sneak/value play this week, he plays at Detroit who looks like they may be getting in high scoring shootouts pretty often this year. Mariotta has big game potential and the right matchup on the road.

D. Brees – $8,200 & Eli Manning – $7,800
Both of these guys are obviously great picks this week, as its a huge total, two great QBs, and two horrible pass defenses. However they are expensive and will be very popular and high owned.

Running Backs

D. Johnson – $7,600
The most expensive play this week for RB, but for good reason. Home vs the Bucs and looking very strong.

CJ Anderson – $6,800
Home vs the Colts, we should see a big game out of him as Siemian (who looks good) will look to keep it on the ground and out of Luck’s hands. Colts defense is by no means great, but are only 20th OPRK so people might forget about Anderson this week.

L. Murray – $5,700
This guy looks great and if he keeps improving and Oakland turns into the real deal, you wont see him below 7k. Buy him low right now with a good matchup at home vs the Falcons.

Wide Receivers

O. Beckham – $9,500
If you want to spend this week on WR, spend here. These two teams might score 100 points this week.

AJ Green – $8,900
A first tier wideout with huge potential and a good matchup. With the other matchups out there, he will be slightly over looked in a game where he could be forced to go off vs a high powered Steelers offense.

M. Crabtree – $6,100
Home vs Atlanta, Crabtree is vs the #1 OPRK this week, which will no doubt leave him faded and forgotten about this week. But WR2 OPRK can be misleading, and the Raiders look very good and will play a relatively weak Atlanta defense traveling a veyy long way.

E. Sanders – $6,000
Siemian looked good, and he seemed to excel in the over the middle short routes as well as broken plays. These are both areas that Sanders excels in as well. We’ll see if he and Thomas pan out this year with their new QB, but I will gamble on him now while most people are looking elsewhere.

M. Wallace – $4,700
I like Wallace this year and he came through for me in week 1. I think as the season progresses he and Flacco could hit it off. I’ll gamble on him now with a great matchup (30th OPRK at the Browns).

Tight Ends

C. Fleener – $3,900
This was a big fail for me last week, but I’m not giving up on him. Not when Brees spreads the ball out as much as he does. Not when he’s one of the cheapest TE’s on the board this week. And certainly not with the matchup vs the pass defense/terrible TE defense.


Redskins – $2,800
Redskins are home vs the Cowboys who look like they could be in for a long, awful season. Skins DEF is middle of the pack price wise, so a good deal and also might be undervalued, though probably not by much.

Panthers – $3,900
This is the obvious play of the week here, with Carolina looking to bounce back and humiliate a rickety SF team traveling across country on a short week. This will be a very popular play this week.