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Losing Darren Sproles doesn't help this passing game, either.
I love Wentz for the season, but this week he's a low-end QB2 for me.
Right now volume is the only thing Miller has going for him, as his 3.6 yards per carry and lack of red zone usage are uninspiring.
Facing a Titans teams that is a top-seven unit in rushing yards, yards per rush and rushing touchdowns since the beginning of last season and is giving up just 3.7 yards a carry (and 92 total rushing yards per game) this season, it seems unlikely Miller breaks out this week. Ameer Abdullah and Theo Riddick, Lions: OK, so Le'Veon Bell rushed for 87 yards on 27 carries against Minnesota in Week 2.
So, if you have a moment, can you ask me one question? about me, about fantasy, about you, about literally anything you might be slightly curious about me or anything else. But here are some of the unedited questions I got back -- and my responses: Tim Hasselbeck (NFL analyst, Fantasy Football Now co-host): I'm sure you get a ton of people telling you that you have the greatest job in the world, being able to talk fantasy all of the time. Also, are you worried about losing to me in Red Zone this year? No disrespect to Judi Dench, but Helen Mirren is super awesome. I have in the past, but it's been a number of years since I've played elsewhere, so I'm not sure what else is out there.
They've also given up just the third-fewest fantasy points per game to opposing RBs this season.Which, for the record, I believe they will be on the road against the Patriots.Even without taking game flow into account, only the Saints have given up more receiving yards to opposing running backs than the Pats this season and no team has allowed more receiving touchdowns to RBs than the Patriots.Cohen is getting work even when Jordan Howard is right (16 touches last week), and he also leads all running backs in targets and receptions, meaning he's in there if the Bears are winning or getting blown out. Others receiving votes: James White disappointed in Week 3, but overall the usage has been solid.The Panthers are tied for the fourth-most receptions allowed to opposing running backs, so I like White as a flex this week. With Adrian Peterson still stewing on the sidelines and the Saints yet to really unleash Alvin Kamara (just three total carries the past two weeks), I like Mark Ingram's chances to get into the end zone this week against a Dolphins team that has given up a rushing touchdown in both games this season. The Steelers have allowed 23 receptions to opposing running backs, third most in the league, and have given up 152 yards after the catch to RBs as well, sixth most in the NFL.