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David Johnson Or Mike Davis

David Johnson Or Mike Davis Week 8

Sportsline Alvin Kamara Contrarian Play Projections NO New Orleans #41 RB Age: 27 6 years of experience Weekly Summary MATCH vs. TB 12th PROJ PTS 19.8 RB RNK 4th YTD Stats: TB -5 O/U 50.5 OPP VS RB REYDS 241 TD 5 FPTS/G 20.2 RUYDS 419 REC 25 Tampa Bay has now given up 5 yards per rush to three consecutive running backs. So I'm not certain it's still a bad matchup. Even if it is, Kamara has 19 targets in the last two weeks, so I'm not sure the matchup is that important.

David Johnson Or Mike Davis Week 15

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Johnson made his first professional start on December 6, 2015, when Chris Johnson sustained a broken tibia in the previous game.

[22] In his first start, he had 22 carries, 99 yards running, two catches, 21 yards receiving, and a touchdown reception[23] in a 273 victory against the St. Louis Rams. [24] There were 17-yard, 23-yard, and 10-yard runs among the 99 running yards. [25][26] [27] Johnson made his third straight start on December 20, 2015, and produced a season-high 29 carries for 187 yards and three running touchdowns,[28][29][30] while also collecting four catches for 42 yards in a 4017 win against the Philadelphia Eagles on NBC Sunday Night Football. [31]

Jermar Jefferson, a rookie, opened the season as the expected No. 3 RB in this scheme. Reynolds, on the other hand, took over in Week 14, gaining 83 yards on 11 runs and 16 yards on two receptions. We must not overthink this. The Lions play Arizona this weekend before traveling to Atlanta and Seattle, both of which might help the Lions offense. Reynolds should be in fantasy lineups if he starts. As a result, he's a must-add waiver wire addition and a wait-and-see fantasy starter.

Russell Gage (vs. Buccaneers), Darnell Mooney (vs. Vikings), Golden Tate and Darius Slayton (vs. Browns), Cam Sims (vs. Seahawks), Michael Pittman Jr. (vs. Texans), Willie Snead (vs. Jaguars), and Josh Reynolds and Van Jefferson Jr. (vs. Jets) are all viable options. In PPR leagues, Danny Amendola (at. Titans), Lynn Bowden (vs. Patriots), and KJ Hamler (vs. Bills) are also more appealing. Finally, there are enough talented receivers this week that you don't need to delve too deep for your WR3, and since it's the fantasy playoffs, you definitely don't want to. Because the PPR format makes it easier to trust the big names in difficult matchups, it's usually better to play it cautious unless you're a massive underdog and need to take some bets with a boom-or-bust, big-play man.

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