The DFS run continued into Week 9, and we finished in the money for the 6th time in eight attempts this season with our Sunday contest lineup. CJ Stroud had the game of the day, going for 470 yards and five touchdown passes in a thrilling comeback win for Houston.
Rachaad White, Amari Cooper, Dalton Schultz, and Josh Jacobs also eclipsed 20 points to put us well into the money places. It’s hard to believe we’re entering Week 10, but we’re keeping our heads down and looking to continue this winning trend with the lineup below.
Purdy and the 49ers travel to Jacksonville after their bye week to resume play following a letdown at home against the streaking Bengals.
The Jags’ defense is giving up over 260 passing yards per game, and Purdy has thrown at least one touchdown pass in seven of eight this season.
We expect Kyle Shanahan to have his offense ready for this matchup.
Pollard carved up the Giants for 70 yards and two touchdowns on 14 carries to open the season. New York has allowed the fourth-most yards per rush and third-most rushing TDs to opposing teams in 2023, and Pollard will get the bulk of the opportunities against them.
The chatter around the lack of Robinson’s touches is rising to deafening levels, and after a late loss at home to Minnesota, we think Arthur Smith will have to adjust his game plan.
The Falcons face the Cardinals’ 30th-ranked run defense in Week 10, and we’d be surprised if Robinson doesn’t see 15+ touches for the first time in four games.
Among players with 35 catches or more, Evans ranks fifth in yards per reception. His 16.1 yards per catch would be his best mark since 2019, and he’s pacing for 10 touchdowns this season with Baker Mayfield at QB. The Titans are 24th in opponent yards per pass in 2023.
Hopkins saw 11 targets the week after he exploded for a Moss-like 128 yards and three touchdowns on four catches. Will Levis has breathed life into the Titans’ passing game, and Hopkins is their focal point. He faces a Tampa secondary that just got torched by Stroud and the Texans.
The Seahawks looked inept against the Ravens in Week 9 but face a bottom-five defense in passing yards and TDs this Sunday. Washington has allowed over 285 passing yards per game on the road this season, and the Seattle rookie is averaging 11.5 fantasy points per game over his last three.
Engram and company face the 49ers in Week 10. We’re taking him for another time this season due to his consistent volume and the chance he scores his first TD this week.
He ranks third in targets and receptions and fifth in yards among tight ends.
Aiyuk leads the team in targets, catches, and receiving yards despite missing a game earlier in the year.
He posted his third 100-yard game just before the bye and will be Purdy’s #1 target against a vulnerable Jacksonville secondary.
The Steelers have averaged 3.25 sacks and two takeaways per game in their last four while allowing opponents to score fewer than 16 points per contest.
Since the Packers scored 38 points in Week 1, they’ve managed just 17.4 points per game, which for the season would place them 27th in the NFL.
We expect Pittsburgh to cause problems for a scuffling Green Bay offense.