LeSean McCoy of The Bills could not do much for his fantasy owners. (Adrian Kraus / Associated Press)

The comments on the individual players in this area tend to focus on the highest ranked players as they are the most owned and therefore of interest to the majority of readers. As a result, there were very few notes in this room about members of the banknotes, as they tended to be close to the upper or even middle levels of the rankings.

Let's take a moment and look at Buffalo, right? If only you know what a fantastic Rust Belt it was.

The Bills' 41-9 defeat last week marked the fifth time this season, when they were held single-digit. With a quarterback carousel of Josh Allen, Derek Anderson and the incomparably terrible Nathan Peterman and a defensive offensive, it's no wonder that LeSean McCoy was a bankrupt, not to mention the overly optimistic fantasy drafts of people like Kelvin Benjamin and Charles Get clay.

In fact, the only fantasy-relevant aspect of the bills was their offense – as a target for streaming defenses. In six games, Buffalo has since his astounding Viking surprise reached the four most fantastic fantasy points of the week to the opposing D / ST, four times, with a top-three appearance of generosity in one of the other games.

So I appreciate why I got the jets, a D / ST with only two top 10 scores since week 2, and not in the top five for the first few weeks, as my top unit this week. The bills could bring back anyone injured since week 6, but it's more likely that Peterman will have a fresh start with the historically high interception rate. J-E-T-S! (Just enjoy the sales and sacks!)

Note that the Washington Post is set by default to the PPR rating and that the rankings update throughout the week. Please check back regularly. Here are the top movers and players of the week.

Goodbye this week: Broncos, Ravens, Texans, Vikings.

Quarterbacks: Last week, the saints Drew Brees played in the game with the highest over / under and produced the highest QB score. Even though he's on the road this time around, the fact that Brees once again has the highest score in the Vegas-predicted game is good enough for me. , , , At the rate, the packers' RBs are doing groundbreaking fumble, Aaron Rodgers Maybe I never want to give it away as long as it's about results. , , , The chiefs Patrick Mahomes has dropped at least 300 yards in at least eight meters, along with Andrew Luck (2014) for the longest such series in NFL history. , , , Suddenly with the advent of D.J. Moore and Curtis Samuel join Devin Funchess, Greg Olsen and Christian McCaffrey, the Panthers Cam Newton has made a group of dangerous recipients as diverse as any QB in the league. , , , Congratulations to Philip Rivers after just becoming the fourth NFL QB to have 200 starts in a row. In the meantime, the Chargers 'kicker will turn out to be the catastrophic performer after Caleb Sturgis' dismissal, working on a start in a row. , , , In his return as a starter, the Buccaneers Ryan Fitzpatrick showed exactly how he is so shaky in real life but yet so solid in the imagination. , , , The Bengal Andy Dalton is missing some weapons (more on that below), but is the other half of Brees. , , The Redskins " Alex Smith gets the tastiest possible combination in the bucs, but it simply can not be that he takes full advantage of it. , , , Nick Mullens is credited with the assumption that his remarkably effective tour last week will enable him to remain the starter of the 49ers over C. J. Beathard.

Run back: In view of the fact that the Cardinals were able to walk much easier than against the Kareem Hunt should be consistent for a high and productive workload. Not to mention he's been on fire lately. , , , The RAMs Todd Gurley was largely kept at bay by the saints, but now is a Seahawks defense on Sunday by the Chargers Melvin Gordonwho in turn should prevail with a confused Raiders squad. , , , The saints have apparently decided that Alvin KamaraNot Mark Ingramis the RB she prefers to use near the goal line, which means that Kamara again has an almost limitless limit. , , , Le'Veon Bell will not be back this week (rinse, repeat) and it does not matter anymore – that's how good it is James Conner was for the Steelers. , , , Sony Michel is expected for the Patriots, but James White did well, even though the impressive rookie was active. , , , Owner of the hawks Tevin Coleman I can hope that his break-off of the ninth week for a creative use means a rise in the second half. , , , Brown's new offensive coordinator Freddie Kitchens could be exactly what the doctor ordered Duke Johnson, , , , Although he did not catch the ball much, Nick Chubb has received many wears even though Cleveland has lost. , , , Early back pages set up for good trips based on the expected game flow include: The Packers Aaron Jones, the Bears & # 39; Jordan Howard and the jets " Isaiah Crowell, , , , Adrian Peterson does not look so sunny, the Redskins are listed as outsiders in Tampa Bay. , , , Since Raheem Mostert has broken an arm, the 49er Matt Breida should be set up for as much work as his injury-prone body can handle Alfred Morris get a little new life. , , , With the Seahawks Chris Carson to fight a thigh injury, Mike Davis is drawn in front of him. , , , We are all just waiting to find out what plans the Eagles made during their departure for their three-headed RB corps (Wendell Smallwood, Josh Adams and Corey Clement).

Wide receiver: Michael Thomas had as many goals in Week 9 (15) as in the previous two matches of the Saints. More of it please. , , , The Steelers Antonio Brown He is still untypically TD-dependent, but as long as he scores TDs in almost every game, this is a sensible agreement for his owners. , , , The Hawks could actually make a TD for Julio Jones, Will miracles never stop? , , , The huge range that everyone has predicted for the Chargers Keenan Allen With 124 yards it started right last week. , , , The Bengal Tyler Boyd in the top 10? Well, with A.J. Green (toe) should be missing for at least a couple of weeks, John Ross gimpy and the TE Tylers (Eifert and Kroft) disabled, Dalton may not have anyone else to whom he can throw the ball while catching up with the Saints. , , , Josh Gordon begins to develop into a kind of weapon, the patriot hater feared it would be him. , , , In her first game without Golden Tate, the lions & # 39; Marvin Jones and Kenny Golladay I did almost nothing when the Vikings attacked Matthew Stafford, and that could happen in Chicago as well, but the Bears are much more vulnerable to the pass than the run, so I'm ready to give this duo another chance. , , , With Randall Cobb fading and Geronimo Allison offensive, Marquez Valdes-Scantling sees the Packers No. 2 WR very similar. , , , The cowboys are not really able to attack someone hard, though Amari Cooper had as much work in his debut as reasonably could have been expected. , , , Tate makes his Eagles debut amidst a crowded reception corps. , , , Before the cardinals 'new team arrived, the Cardinals' new coaching staff seemed to have come to an end Larry Fitzgerald but the focal point of the temporary attack Christian Kirk maintain a healthy part of the goals. , , , The Bucs Adam Humphries In two of his last three games he has played a huge game at least 75 meters and now earns WR3, not to mention the DFS. , , , When Michel sits down again, the patriots will probably carry more Cordarrelle Pattersonwho looked pretty good as a runner. , , , You know, the Redskins do not seem to have a wealth of good options at WR, so maybe Maurice Harris is really a thing.

Narrow ends: The cards were generally tough on TE, but Travis Kelce has done too much rampage, as the Chiefs could be placed anywhere other than No. 1 … , The 49er George Kittle is ranked 13th in the NFL and has 692 yards, and his average of 16.9 per catch puts him in the top 10. , The addition of Golden Tate by the Eagles could remove some goals Zach Ertz, , , , The buccaneer O.J. Howard has made a solid contribution throughout the season, and now he regularly comes to the end zone. , , , The Panthers " Greg Olsen has largely retreated from his foot injury. , , , If we get positive news about his likelihood of actually having played this week, the Rob Gronkowski could be the patriot – I repeat: could – climb the leaderboard. , , , When the last time was seen in front of the Colts, Jack Doyle (Hip) returned from his long absence and dismounted immediately Eric Ebron back to status No. 2.. , , The Bears & # 39; Trey Burton Yardage does not always, but he has a TD in five of his last seven games. , , , The Steelers Vance McDonald This was not much of a concern lately, but the Panthers were the most generous team for TEs. , , , The inability of the Raiders is swallowed up Jared Cookwho has not more than 20 meters in three of his last four. , , The Redskins " Jordan Reed has 18 goals and only 72 scoreless yards to show for them in his last two games. , , Chris Herndon The Jets led on Sunday with 62 yards, which sounds even better (right?), Considering that Sam Darnold threw a total of 229.


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