Week 9 Start ‘Em/Sit ‘Em



Aaron Jones

Coming off the BYE the Packers should be a little more tuned along with a fully healthy Offensive Line. With the Passing Game in disarray, GB has leaned heavily on Jones. Jones has seen 20 touches in 2 of his past 3 games. In each of the games he has touched the ball 20+ times he’s totaled 130+ yards and 1 TD. Expect more volume again in Week 9.

Dez Bryant

WR1s have been torching the Chiefs Defense this year. On the road, the Chiefs have allowed 8 TDs to opposing WRs. Dak Prescott will likely lean on Dez this week with the absence of Zeke Elliott; expect a bounce-back week from Dez!

Adrian Peterson

AP is in a perfect scenario for a huge week. He comes off a BYE which allows him to acclimate to the new Offense in Arizona as well as fresh legs. The 49ers are allowing 132 rushing yards per game while allowing the Fantasy Points to opposing RBs.

The previous 2 weeks against the SF Run Defense:
E. Elliott: 219 total yards – 3 Touchdowns
L. Blount: 81 total yards – 1 Touchdown.

Christian McCaffrey

CMC should benefit the most of any Carolina Panther with Kelvin Benjamin now in Buffalo, especially while Olsen is out. McCaffrey faces an Atlanta Falcons Defense who have struggled against running backs that catch the ball this year.

Tarik Cohen: 113 total yards – 1 Touchdown
Ty Montgomerey: 110 total yards – 2 Touchdowns
James White: 47 total yards – 1 Touchdown


Vernon Davis

Jordan Reed is OUT again with a hamstring injury. There is concern with the tough matchup as the Redskins travel to Seattle, but the last time Jordan Reed missed a game Davis caught all 5 Targets for 58 yards and a Touchdown.



Alshon Jeffery

What do ya know, another tough matchup for Alshon Jeffery. Regardless of his slumpbuster performance last week, Jeffery faces Top CB Chris Harris and Denver’s top rated pass defense in Philly this week. Avoid this matchup if you have the depth.

Jordan and Michael Tozzi were 2013's Most Accurate Fantasy Football Experts in the nation. Owners of LegionReport.com

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