Fantasy Advice (NFL)

Week Three Start/Sits: Quarterbacks

Josh Allen. Photo by Erik Drost. CC By-SA 2.0


Josh Allen vs Los Angeles Rams

Setting a career-high in passing yards is a tremendous feat, but even more tremendous is surpassing that career-high the next week. Josh Allen looks to continue his success in this department with a battle against Jared Goff and the Los Angeles Rams. Aside from having running capabilities in addition to his powerful arm, we can look towards Josh Allen and an incredible day as far as Fantasy Point production is in question. Start him with confidence in this battle of star quarterbacks.

Philip Rivers vs New York Jets

Philip Rivers has had a great start to a new season with a new team. The Indianapolis Colts defense has performed exceptionally well, and this allows Philip Rivers to take advantage of the opportunities that are available to him. The New York Jets defense is in a tumultuous downward spiral, and this will open many doors for Philip Rivers to take advantage of. Start him this week and look for solid point production from this quarterback.


Kirk Cousins vs Tennessee Titans

Kirk Cousins has started the season horribly, throwing for seven interceptions in the first two weeks of the season. If his contract was not fully guaranteed, this fact and statistic would normally put him on the chopping block. Though this is not a question with his contract situation being the way it is, something has to be done to revamp the Minnesota Vikings offense. try to find another option on the waiver wire if any are available for this matchup at least.

Tom Brady at Denver Broncos

Telling you to bench the greatest football player of all time is definitely hard for me to do, but this is one of those times. Even though his star receiver may be returning to the field in Chris Godwin, Tom Brady definitely has a tough task in front of him. This game looks to be more of a slow-paced running intensive game on both team’s part and this will reduce the fantasy point production capabilities of Tom Brady. The emergence of Leonard Fournette for this team will only take the ball out of Tom Brady’s hands. Sit him this week and reevaluate down the line if his production increases.

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