Well now that is the TNF we have grown to love. What a mess! Only Mark Andrews stood out. If you started Rashod Bateman in a PPR league, you got what you needed. Jaylen Waddle was meh! Other than that a big bunch of nothing. Even Fantasy MVP (so far) Lamar Jackson was below average.

Here are a few players by position I expect to have solid fantasy days who may be slightly off your radar:


• Ryan Tannehill
• Trevor Lawrence
• Taylor Heinicke

Tannehill and Heinicke face defenses that you must throw on to be competitive against and Lawrence has a nice matchup against an Indy secondary that can be had.

Running Back:

• Devin Singletary
• Jordan Howard
• Rhamondre Stevenson

Howard has earned his spot in the flex-worthy category, while Singletary and Stevenson could get added work should Zack Moss and Damien Harris remain on the sidelines.

Wide Receiver:

• Tyler Johnson
• Brandon Aiyuk
• Russell Gage

Johnson should see added snaps with Chris Godwin iffy and Antonio Brown still hobbled. Aiyuk kinda sorta maybe feels like he is trending in the right direction and is flex worthy. Gage has a tasty matchup, and the Falcons’ offense is rolling at the moment.

Tight End:

• Dan Arnold
• Ricky Seals-Jones

Arnold, you know my feelings … still overlooked with a pretty safe floor. Seals-Jones should be the tight end to have in Washington with Logan Thomas still not back practicing as of this article.

Sleeper defense: Well, if you didn’t use Miami, I don’t know what to tell you. I kid, I kid. The Raiders are sneaky this week.

Need a kicker? Chris Boswell, Pittsburgh

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