Game Environment – The Cardinals’ Blitzkrieg Will Continue in Week 3
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Welcome to the game environment series. This series provides several weekly games to target and fade, based on macro-level factors that impact fantasy production. For more on these factors, click here. We recommend using this in conjunction with our micro-level analysis, including the buy low report, the strength in numbers series, our quarterback, kicker, tight end, and defense streaming articles, and the slate of DFS analysis we provide.

Week 2 review

Targets

Dallas vs. Atlanta
Arizona vs. Washington
Green Bay vs. Detroit

It’s difficult to imagine a more successful week for the targets than this one. If you targeted players from these games in season-long, congrats on your Week 2 win. If you targeted them in DFS, hopefully you avoided the Red Wedding of injuries and won some money Sunday. The Cowboys and Falcons scored a total of 79 points, with multiple players from each team producing big weeks. Aaron Jones went crazy and provided direct leverage off of a highly-owned Davante Adams in DFS. And the Cardinals and the Football Team combined for lots of plays and yards, even if they didn’t quite hit their Vegas total.

Fades

Seattle vs. New England
Tampa Bay vs. Carolina
Pittsburgh vs. Denver

On the opposite end, none of the fades hit, as Russell Wilson and Cam Newton put on a show in a thrilling Sunday Night Football game. The other games weren’t shootouts, but the Steelers and Broncos exceeded their total and the Buccaneers and Panthers nearly hit theirs. On to Week 3.

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