Cash Game Projections
Jameis Winston and Mike Evans are the top QB/WR stack of the week, and I'm not sure you'll hear much of an argument from anyone on that statement. They face off against a 49ers defense that's been struggling against all facets off the defensive side of the ball, and should be considered one of the worst defenses in the NFL. Add in the fact that Doug Martin is likely out and Vincent Jackson is headed to IR, this should be a pass to Mike Evans type game. Frank Gore and Jacks Doyle are really solid value pieces of the Colts offense, and with Dwayne Allen and Donte Moncrief still out, they should be the main weapons in the offense beyond T.Y. Hilton.
Make no mistake about it, Kenny Britt has really turned his career around, and is turning 2016 into a career season. Britt is shinning as the Rams featured downfield weapon, and should be considered a weekly starter at his always reduced pricing. At only $15, he remains one of the top bargains at wider receiver that there is. DeMarco Murray got a bit unlucky with how the touchdowns were distributed, but there's no debating he'll be back at it again this week in another tremendous matchup. Murray is a borderline lock for 20 touches, and against that Colts team, it's going to be tough for him not to get 100 total yards. While Jaron Brown is week-to-week with a knee injury, John Brown is still splitting snaps with J.J. Nelson and Michael Floyd. It's tough to trust him at this stage, but in terms of being a punt play, it's fine to throw one or two shares at him.
Spencer Ware is a great value at his price, and should be in consideration in all formats. While Jamaal Charles will be worked back into the fold more and more each week, agains the Saints, there will be plenty to go around. The Patriots are simply mis-priced because of Ben Roethlisberger is out. Their price is workable into any type of format, and should be considered a great cash game option.
Andrew Luck isn't something I'm as much of a fan of without T.Y. Hilton, but if you can figure out a way to make this lineup with Hilton, then it could really work out for the best. Brandin Cooks and Julio Jones are great pay up options at wide receiver, and are solid ways to get exposure to those quarterbacks without having to fully invest. James White is once again a great value at his price, and actually has a pretty high floor for his role in the offense. While White can't be expected to score two touchdowns every week.
Congratulations, Atlanta Falcons, you're the first team to unseat the Pittsburgh Steelers in the optimal stack generator! This makes sense and is one of the best stacks of the way in my opinion as well. This Chargers defense simply isn't going to sustain itself for four quarters against this Falcons offense, and while the Falcons have been solid in terms of spreading things around, the individual match-ups set up well for these three.
Lineup Including StackTools
Adding Adam Humphries to the mix is a great option that should be considered if playing Winston this week. It opens up a ton and with Buccaneers players dropping like flies, he simply is one of the last players standing. It's probably more of a tournament move than anything else, but at his price, he's viable in a Jameis Winston cash game lineup as well.
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