This is an utterly odd week. We really don’t have any specific games to heavily attack, and it’s one of few in memory where we don’t have a total over 48 points. I expect flat ownership, and I’m not sure there’s a single player on the slate that will turn out to be heavy chalk. With no glaring game to attack or fade due to total or ownership, we will most likely have to snipe the best plays from each game. Let’s go through it by position.
Quarterback With Potential Stacks
The closest thing, by my view, that we have to a game stack is Dolphins at Jets. Both quarterbacks are in play in this game with one having more a more obvious stack than the other. Ryan Fitzpatrick ($6,000) has the clear stack with Devante Parker ($6,900). There is talk of using Patrick Laird in the community but simply put, I don’t want a back against the Jets and I don’t want Patrick Laird. On the other side, Sam Darnold ($6,000) is equally in play, but stacking with him is not nearly as clear cut. There are four viable options, and all have their merits but none have an overwhelming case. Robby Anderson ($5,100) is the archetype of the outside wide receiver that gives the Dolphins problems, but they have problems with any receiver getting volume. Jamison Crowder ($5,300) will still be the volume leader and has just as good of a chance of piecing together a strong line with more catches as opposed to explosive plays.