Kyler Murray - FD: $7,200 / DK: $5,800 - Kyler Murray is underpriced a bit around the industry, and is in a paced up game against Carolina at home. He has posted back-to-back 300+ passing yard games to start the season, and has produced strong fantasy points despite not adding much with his legs yet. Arizona is running a ton of plays and the volume is through the roof. Carolina is also playing up in pace which helps the overall fantasy potential in this game. Murray has a safe floor, and I love the upside as well. His price also factors into lineup building given I want to pay up at running back. His stacking partners Kirk and Fitzgerald are cheap as well.
Ezekiel Elliot - FD: $8,800 / DK: $8,900 - This one is pretty clear, as Ezekiel Elliot gets a home matchup against the Dolphins. Running backs are averaging 33.8 fantasy points per game against the Dolphins so far this season. Everything sets up well for Zeke to do damage. They should be comfortably ahead most of the game, and he had his usual bulk of touches last week.
Dalvin Cook - FD: $8,300 / DK: $7,800 - This is another easy one, as Dalvin Cook continues to post monster games. He has scored 20+ fantasy points in each of the last two weeks, and gets a Raiders defense at home. Cook's volume is strong for fantasy, but maybe a concern for his durability this season. He has seen 20+ touches in each game to start the year. This is a good pay up week for RBs, and these are the two I am eyeing.
Larry Fitzgerald - FD: $5,900 / DK: $5,100 - As I mentioned, the Cardinals pass-catchers are cheap around the industry. Christian Kirk would be the other notable one. This game projects to be high scoring and will move at a fast paced. The Cardinals passing volume has been sky high through the first two games, and more positive results will come. Fitzgerald has 24 targets through the first two weeks, and has 27.4 fantasy points per game.
Nelson Agholor - FD: $4,800 / DK: $3,600 - With the Eagles missing Alshon Jeffery and DeSean Jackson this week, Nelson Agholor will get plenty of run at a very cheap price tag. He helps relieve some cash for other positions, and wide receivers have had success early on against the Lions. He is a cheap option to deploy in all formats.
Evan Engram - FD: $6,400 / DK: $5,200 - The Week 2 performance hindered the price bump, because Evan Engram should be $7,000+ on FD and $6,000+ on DK. Yet he is a bit cheaper. His targets are sitting at 22, and I like that Daniel Jones is under center now. This should pump some life into the offense. The Bucs were a below average team against tight ends last season, and they look no different this year against the position.
Dallas Cowboys - FD: $5,000 / DK: $4,300 - It just makes sense to take defenses against Miami in cash games. They have allowed 36 fantasy points through the two games, allowing two touchdowns, six interceptions, and ten sacks. This offensive line is horrendous, and they have lackluster playmaking options that can beat a Dallas defense.