Week 10 Recap: Low Scoring Week

By Steven Van Tassell (@SteveVT33)

Overall, scoring is up in the NFL as teams were averaging more points per game (25.3) than any other season through the first nine weeks of this season (https://www.usatoday.com/story/sports/nfl/2020/11/11/plenty-of-reasons-for-scorings-record-setting-pace-in-nfl/114854558/). In Week 10, the average points scored per team was nearly two and a half points lower at 22.9. On a team by team basis, a majority of teams (17 out of 28) scored less points in Week 10 than their average for the season. Some teams scored more, particularly Tampa Bay, but chances are, your team scored less this week than usual.

All of that translates into fewer fantasy points for most Dynasty Owner teams. While not a complete analysis of all leagues, a quick look shows that scoring appears to be down in Dynasty Owner as well. In my two leagues, only five teams (out of 24) scored more points in Week 10 than their average, while out of the current Top 25 teams in the Chase for the Ring, only four had more points this week than their average. For the past couple of weeks, seeing at least one Chase for the Ring team score 200 or more Dynasty Owner fantasy points was common, but this week, the highest score that I saw in my quick look was 184.2 by Hi Boltage. Congrats to them! Sure, some of you had high-scoring players like the G.O.A.T. and Alvin Kamara and were able to score more points than usual, but for most of us, Dynasty Owner fantasy points were down this week.

The low scoring was across the board at all positions (QB, RB, WR, TE), every position, that is, except kicker. Much to the dismay of the Dynasty Owners out there who hate kickers, they were the only position immune to the low-scoring nature of Week 10. There were only six kicks (3 FGs and 3 PATs) missed this week, which probably helped to keep kicker scoring as usual. If you hate having kickers in fantasy football in general and Dynasty Owner in particular, add this to your list of reasons why.

Will this reduced scoring lead to a reduced number of words in our tenth regular season Dynasty Owner weekly recap article for 2020? Probably not, but just like every week, this article will name a Dynasty Owner Player of the Week and a Value Player of the Week, highlight a player at every position who should have been one of your Starters and one who should have been on your Bench or Practice Squad. We’ll also find out if the Dynasty Owner Match-up of the Week was low scoring and take our weekly look at the Chase for the Ring standings.

All stats are based on the Standard Dynasty Owner scoring system as outlined in the updated Dynasty Owner Constitution. Standard Dynasty Owner scoring gives you .1 points for every yard rushing or receiving, .1 point for every 2 yards passing, 1 point per reception, 6 points for a rushing, receiving or passing touchdown and 2 points for a successful 2-point conversion (rushing, receiving, or passing). Interceptions or fumbles lost cost you 3 points, while a fumble that is recovered by the player’s team is a loss of only 1 point. Bonus points are available for 100-199 yards rushing (2 points), 200 yards rushing or receiving (6 points), 300-399 yards passing (1 point) and 400 yards passing (4 points). There is also a 3 point bonus for clutch scoring, which is a score that results in a lead change in the final two minutes of the 4th quarter or overtime. Kickoff and punt return touchdowns are worth 6 points for the player and kickoff and punt returns are worth 1 point for every 40 yards.

Standard Dynasty Owner scoring for kickers gives you 1 point for every extra point, while a missed extra point will cost you 1 point. It’s 2 points for a field goal of between 0 and 39 yards, 4 points for a field goal between 40 and 49 yards and 5 points for a field goal of 50 yards or longer. A missed field goal of between 0 and 39 yards will cost you 3 points, while a miss of 40 yards or more is a loss of 2 points.

For the purposes of this article, ADP and Dynasty Owner ownership statistics were current as of November 17th.

Dynasty Owner Player of the Week

Our tenth Dynasty Owner Player of the Week for the season is: Tom Brady

This may be one of the only honor that eluded the G.O.A.T. and now in the tenth game of the second season of Dynasty Owner, he has finally won the Dynasty Owner Player of the Week award. Just a week after a career low 1.5 Dynasty Owner fantasy points, the G.O.A.T. had the most points this week with 42.3 Dynasty Owner fantasy points (341 passing yards, 3 passing TDs, 2 rushing yards, 1 rushing TD). It was the highest point total of Week 10, but only the third best performance of the season for the G.O.A.T. and the fewest number of points to lead Dynasty Owner in scoring all season.

  • Week 10 Points: 42.3
  • 2020 Salary: $25,000,000
  • Cost per Point: $591,017

Congratulations Tom! Winning the Dynasty Owner Player of the Week honor likely isn’t as awesome as any of your six Super Bowl victories, but it’s still pretty sweet.

Dynasty Owner Value Player of the Week

Because this is Dynasty Owner and we’re all looking for value from the players on our roster, we also have the Value Player of the Week. The tenth Dynasty Owner Value Player of the Week for 2020 is: Marquez Valdes-Scantling

A week after a two TD performance, Valdes-Scantling did even better this week to just barely take this honor over a pair of multiple TD scoring RBs in Alvin Kamara and Nyheim Hines. Both Kamara and Hines had won the Value Player of the Week honor already this season and scored more points this week than Valdes-Scantling, but neither was a better value. That’s because the third-year, fifth-round draft pick only has a salary of $669,388 for the season and scored a career-high 24.9 Dynasty Owner fantasy points (4 receptions, 149 receiving yards, 1 receiving TD) this week. He even outscored his teammate Davante Adams, the #3 WR in all of Dynasty Owner. However, he scored fewer points than any Value Player of the Week winner so far this season. 

  • Week 10 Points: 24.9
  • 2020 Salary: $669,388
  • Cost per Point: $26,883

Congratulations Marquez on your first Dynasty Owner Value Player of the Week honor!

Players Who Should Have Been Starters This Week

Next, we look at those players who should have been in one of your Starters based on their performance in Week 10. We aren’t going to write that you should have started Kyler Murray or Alvin Kamara because barring injury or bye week, those guys should always be in your Starting lineup. Instead, these are players who might be Free Agents or on your Bench or Practice Squad, but likely weren’t Starters in Week 10 when they should have been.

QB: Ben Roethlisberger (PIT) – 41.7 points

Roethlisberger has been performing as a Top QB pretty much all season, averaging 26.3 Dynasty Owner fantasy points per game. This week was his best performance of the season with 41.7 Dynasty Owner fantasy points (333 passing yards, 4 passing TDs) against Cincinnati, just a week after a 35.1 point performance against Dallas. Despite those performances, he and his $34 million annual salary are only owned in 5% of Dynasty Owner leagues, meaning few Dynasty Owners even have the opportunity to start Big Ben. He is unlikely to garner much additional ownership due to his high salary and age (38 years old), but he is steadily outperforming two younger QBs (Jared Goff and Carson Wentz) who make nearly as much in salary. Are there any Goff or Wentz owners out there who are going to use an amnesty provision to dump those QBs and pay a little extra for Roethlisberger and put Ben in their Starting lineup?  They might want to consider it since he should have been a Starter this past week.

RB: Devontae Booker (LV) – 21.3 points

After a poor season in 2019 with just 15.1 Dynasty Owner fantasy points, Devontae Booker was not resigned by the Denver Broncos and became an unrestricted free agent. In 2020, he scored more Dynasty Owner fantasy points in this low-scoring week against his former team than he did in all of 2019. He had 21.3 Dynasty Owner fantasy points (81 rushing yards, 2 rushing TDs, 1 reception, 2 receiving yards). His performance in Week 10 moved him up to the #46 ranked RB in Dynasty Owner, so Booker probably wasn’t in the Starting lineup in too many of the 55% of leagues in which he is on a roster. He should have been a Starter as he was a Top 10 RB this week.

WR: Willie Snead (BAL) – 23.4 points

For the past three weeks, Snead has been the Baltimore skill position player to own, outscoring each of the following eight more highly owned of his teammates (Mark Andrews, Miles Boykin, Marquise Brown, J.K. Dobbins, David Duvernay, Gus Edwards, Mark Ingram, and James Proche). Over that three week span, Snead has scored a total of 46.7 Dynasty Owner fantasy points. This week, he was the only Ravens skill position player to score a TD as he had 23.4 Dynasty Owner fantasy points (5 receptions, 64 receiving yards, 2 receiving TDs). His $6 million annual salary is likely keeping his ownership down to only 6% of Dynasty Owner leagues. He’s been the only Ravens WR worth having in your Starting lineup in several weeks and should have been there in Week 10.

TE: Cameron Brate (TB) – 12.1 points

Nowhere was the lack of scoring in Week 10 more evident than at the TE position. Without Travis Kelce playing, the top scorers at TE (Mark Andrews and Rob Gronkowski) had just 13.1 Dynasty Owner fantasy points each. Only eight TEs scored 10.0 or more points and just six had a TD. One of those TEs was Cameron Brate from Tampa Bay who had 12.1 Dynasty Owner fantasy points (3 receptions, 31 receiving yards, 1 receiving TD). Brate is the #39 TE in Dynasty Owner and only owned in 5% of leagues due to his annual salary of $6.8 million. He was worth that salary this week with his first double digit point week of 2020. Double digit scoring by a TE makes that TE worthy of being in Dynasty Owner starting lineups and that’s where Brate should have been this week.  

Honorable mention to Pharaoh Brown of the Houston Texans.  Brown is currently unowned in Dynasty Owner as the Texans’ third string TE. However, he did outperform both of the other Texans’ TEs (Darren Fells and Jordan Akins) by scoring 10.1 Dynasty Owner fantasy points (2 receptions, 21 receiving yards, 1 receiving TD) this week. He would only cost Dynasty Owners $750,000 in salary to own, but it’s unlikely he’s going to be picked up in too many, if any, leagues, even though he should have been in Starting lineups this week.

K: Tyler Bass (BUF) and Matt Prater (DET) – 18.0 points

Both Bass and Prater were possible, but not guaranteed Starters for Dynasty Owners this week. They were both outside of the Top 12 kickers through Week 9 with Prater averaging 6.75 Dynasty Owner fantasy points per game and Bass averaging 6.3 points per games. Both were drafted roughly at the same time when drafted (Bass ADP 238.9; Prater ADP 245.1). This week, both also scored 18.0 Dynasty Owner fantasy points, although they did so in different ways. Bass had three progressively longer FGs of over 50 yards in the second quarter alone (54, 55 and 58 yards) plus 3 PATs, while Prater had two FGs of over 50 yards (53 and 59 yards), a 37-yard FG and 3 PATs. Prater’s game ending 59 yard FG was also a clutch scoring event to win the game for the Lions. Both should have been in your Starting lineup this past week (unless you own both of them, then you could have started either one).

Players Who Should Have Been on the Bench or Practice Squad

For every player who should have been one of your Starters but wasn’t, we have at least one player who probably was a starter but would have been better left on your Bench or Practice Squad. Here are some likely Starters who didn’t score too many Dynasty Owner fantasy points this week, so they should have been riding your Dynasty Owner Bench or hanging out on the Practice Squad in Week 10.

QB: Russell Wilson (SEA) – 9.4 points

Russell Wilson set a couple of dubious records with his Week 10 performance. First, he recorded his lowest number of Dynasty Owner fantasy points by far in the 2020 season with just 9.4 points (248 passing yards, 60 rushing yards, 2 INTs, 1 fumble – lost). Second, he had zero TDs for the first time this season. Finally, he recorded his first performance with less than 10.0 Dynasty Owner fantasy points across both years of Dynasty Owner’s existence. Plenty of dubious distinctions for the Seattle QB. With just 2.0 more points, he would have reclaimed the top spot in Dynasty Owner scoring for the 2020 season. Instead, he put up his worst performance in two years and should have been on your Bench or Practice Squad.

RB: Devin Singletary (BUF) – 2.0 points

After a good start to the 2020 season, Singletary has cooled off recently with the emergence of rookie RB Zack Moss. However, Dynasty Owners drafted him very high (ADP 30.9) and he was still the #28 RB at the start of Week 9 and playing in a game expected to be high-scoring, so Dynasty Owners may have taken a chance with Singletary (or been forced to Start him) in Week 10. That was a mistake as he scored only 2.0 Dynasty Owner fantasy points (15 rushing yards, 1 reception, -5 receiving yards). His RB rank for the season is now higher than his ADP as he’s the #34 RB for the season. That’s a Bench player for your Dynasty Owner team, which is where he should have been in Week 10.

WR: Travis Fulgham (PHI) – 1.8 points

Travis Fulgham may have been the most pleasant surprise of the 2020 season so far. Released by both Detroit and Green Bay during training camp, he was signed to the Eagles practice squad and sat there until Week 4. In his first five weeks as an Eagle, he scored an average of 19.3 Dynasty Owner fantasy points per game with a salary of $540,000. He was seemingly on a pace to be the Value Player of the Year until things came crashing down in Week 10 with a 1.8 Dynasty Owner fantasy point performance (1 reception for 8 yards) against the New York Giants. He received 5 targets, so he didn’t completely disappear from the Eagles offense, but instead of being a Starter this week, he should have been on your Bench or Practice Squad.

TE: Jimmy Graham (CHI) and Jared Cook (NO) – 0.0 points

Both of these high-salary veteran TEs put up a Blutarsky (0.0 Dynasty Owner fantasy points) this week on two targets. Graham has the higher salary at $8 million per year for two years, but has lower ownership (40% of leagues). He was also averaging 10.5 Dynasty Owner fantasy points per game over the first nine weeks of the season and was coming off a 17.5 Dynasty Owner fantasy point performance in Week 9. Cook has a slightly lower salary ($7.5 million) but is only signed for this season and as a result, is owned in 90% of Dynasty Owner leagues. However, he was only the #16 TE prior to Week 10, but could have been viewed as a bye week Starter with Travis Kelce, Hayden Hurst and Dalton Schultz all out. Neither one of them should have been in your Starting lineup or on your Bench because of the dreaded Blutarsky.

K: Justin Tucker (BAL) – 4.0 points

While four kickers scored less points this week than Justin Tucker, none of them have the pedigree of the Ravens kicker. Tucker was the second kicker drafted in your Dynasty Owner league on average (ADP 172.2), the second ranked kicker in 2019 and the third ranked kicker in 2020 coming into the Ravens’ Week 10 matchup against the New England Patriots. He had also not scored less than 7.0 Dynasty Owner fantasy points in a single game in 2020. All of that indicates that Tucker should be in your Starting lineup every week he’s not on bye. Not this week as he didn’t get many chances to kick (only three) and scored just 4.0 Dynasty Owner fantasy points (24 yard FG and 2 PATs). For the first time in a long time, Dynasty Owners would have been better off leaving Tucker on their Bench.

Dynasty Owner Matchup of the Week Recap –

Out of Luck vs. Young Gunz

Out of Luck doesn’t appear to be correctly named as they got a lucky break in a low scoring game and defeated Young Gunz 102.4-100.2. Young Gunz had three players get zero points on their Bench (RB J.J. Taylor – inactive; TE Geoff Swaim – 0.0 points; Greg Zuerlein – bye week) and that may have been the margin of victory. Both teams underperformed their weekly projections by over 30.0 Dynasty Owner fantasy points and barely scored triple digit points. The win puts both teams in a tie in their League at 7-3, but the low score moved Out of Luck out of the Top 25 in the Chase for the Ring standings.

Chase for the Ring Leaderboard

Not only did Victor, the owner of Barbee Kilgore, lose his spot at the top of the Chase for the Ring, he also lost his Dynasty Owner match-up this week by scoring only 114.1 Dynasty Owner fantasy points. In his place is Quaranteed for Greatness who moved up from second place to take the top spot after Week 10.

After ten weeks of the 2020 Dynasty Owner season, there are no more undefeated teams in the Chase standings. Even if you go to the app or website and check out the Top 25, you’ll see no more undefeated teams. Is there anyone out there who’s still undefeated?


It was a low scoring week in the NFL and as a result, in Dynasty Owner as well. We still had plenty of players who outperformed their projections or previous performances, but the scoring for those individual players who were the best of the week were down. Especially at TE, but not so much at kicker. With only three weeks left in the 2020 Dynasty Owner regular season, how are Dynasty Owners going to react to what happened in Week 10?

We will find out soon enough as, including today, we are just three days away from our next Thursday Night Football game and four days away from the Week 11 preview article. Please read the preview article to see how my Week 10 recommendations did and who should be a Starter and who should be on your Bench in Week 11. Besides the weekly recap and preview articles, we will also have articles every week from both Matt Morrison – The Jerk (@Dynastyjerk) and Jay Poundsee (@jaypoundsnfl) as well. Reading their articles will help you figure out the ins and outs of Dynasty Owner and make you a better General Manager and Head Coach.

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Week 11 Free Agent Auction Targets

Author: Jay Poundsee (@jaypoundsnfl)

The way this football weekend started out for me was in an extremely irritating way. I woke up Sunday to my house having zero power which instantly meant no normal football day, and on top of it my phone was dead, so there was no scoreboard watching either. I had my soon to be wife call and see what was going on… a tree fell, no power until 4pm at the earliest! I don’t remember the exact time the power came back on, but I do remember finally sitting down flipping the RedZone channel on for about 30 seconds just to stand back up instantly screaming! This time the screaming wasn’t because of the frustrations of no football, it was because The Hail Murray had just happened. The play of the year had instantly flipped my Sunday upside down, and the best part is I am nowhere near a Cardinals fan, but man was that one of the best finishes I have seen in quite a while with both teams feeling they had it won. I mentioned a few weeks back that the Cardinals are 100% must see TV, and The Hail Murray only solidifies that

I will finally stop drooling over the Hopkins catch and get back into some Dynasty Owner, which I am assuming is why you are here. This week we happened to see quite a few players that are not highly owned perform well, and should turn out a decent free agent or two. Keep in mind as soon as the regular Dynasty Owner season comes to a close your rosters will lock for the remainder of the season, so tighten up your roster before it’s too late, and Tim puts his foot down. I would absolutely hate to see someone lose their championship game because of bench points, and on top of being the first loser in your league you wont even have a shot at the coveted Chase for the Ring. 

If you are in the top 100 and have a team that has been either hot as of late, or very consistent all year, the time is now to package your draft capital and lower level starters for sure fire production. Be sure to look at upcoming strength of schedule before making any trades. 

Salvon Ahmed (1-Year $765,000) 53% Owned

Has anyone had better luck in 2020 with no name running backs than the Miami Dolphins? They brought in someone none of us love, but we all respect this past off season in Jordan Howard. Coming into this year everyone in the football world thought Howard would be the lead back in Miami with Breida getting the passing work. That theory proved to be dead wrong with the emergence of Gaskin, and no preseason to see how bad Howard actually looked. With Gaskin hurt and on injured reserve the Dolphins went straight back to Howard, for about 4 plays looking just as bad as earlier in the season. Ahmed clearly outplayed Howard in the game against Arizona 2 weeks ago, so much so the Dolphins actually ended up releasing Howard.

The undrafted rookie out of Washington stepped in this past week handling a full workload, and managed to look really good while doing it. Ahmed tallied 21 carries for 85 yards and a touchdown, and catching his only target for 5 yards, in his first NFL start against a solid Chargers defensive front. This backfield is still Gaskin’s job to lose once he returns from injury, but the way Ahmed has looked, he’s sure to have a stable role in this up and coming offense moving forward. 

The fact Ahmed is a rookie with a clear role the next few weeks on a very cheap deal makes Ahmed a must grab at this stage in the fantasy season! I would also like to mention that Ahmed is a player I have been what most would call “A Truther” on since his Washington days. I loved watching his highlights every bit as much as someone like JK Dobbins, or Jonathon Taylor over the off season, and if I can say anything about Ahmed its that he runs with a violent purpose and has above average vision. If Ahmed can prove himself as a pass catcher over the next few games that Gaskin is out hell have the makings of a potential three down back in the coming years.

Willie Snead (1-Year $6,000,000) 6.19% Owned

Its good ole Willie Snead back in your fantasy thoughts. It feels like just yesterday that Snead looked like a very underrated talent catching passes from the legend, Drew Brees. Those days unfortunately are long gone, and Snead has looked like a shell of himself ever since leaving the Saints. Though, Snead has started to find himself a nice little role in Baltimore with at least 4 catches in each of the last 3 games for the Ravens. The most impressive performance thus far is debatable (both in losses) between his 5 catch 106 yard day against the Steelers, and his performance in the monsoon Sunday night against the Patriots, with 5 catches for 64 yards and 2 touchdowns. 

If Snead is able to keep this type of production up through the remainder of the season he could become a great acquisition for owners that have the room to acquire him, just imagine how deadly Snead can be if Lamar figures things out. Hollywood Brown has struggled to become the number one guy we all hoped he would, and the past few weeks Snead has stepped up and looked like the true alpha for the Ravens passing game. I know Nick Boyle is a tight end who doesn’t do much in the pass catching area, but his injury should open up even more targets for the receivers due to the Ravens having to leave Mark Andrews in to block more than he has been asked in recent memory. Another positive with Snead is his deal is only for the rest of this year, meaning you can cut ties freely this off season.

Cam Sims (2-Years $540,000/yr) and Isaiah Wright (3-Years $763,333/yr) 10.31% Owned

I know I kind of took the cheap way out of this one, but I honestly couldn’t decide between the two for the rest of this season. My best advice on which of the two to take would be watch some film, and take the one your gut tells you to grab. Sims has came on strong the past few weeks playing on a massive 74% of offensive plays, culminating in 94% of offensive snaps against Detroit. Sims was able to grab 4 out of 5 targets for 54 yards on Sunday, following his huge 3 catch 110 yard day against the Giants. Sims is a big bodied receiver at 6 feet 5 inches tall weighing 215 pounds, a similar frame to that of Kenny Golladay. 

The teammate of Sims, Isaiah Wright has also been coming on strong as of late with a 6 catch 59 yard performance this past Sunday against Detroit. Wright is someone the Washington front office, and coaching staff drafted, and seem to hold in high regard giving him a little bit more potential over Sims in future seasons. I haven’t had the chance to take a deep dive into Sims just yet, but I have looked at Wright quite a bit this past off season, and he is a very talented kid who has the chance at a bright future in this league. 

The Washington Football Team has been a very hard team to judge by what they say, so take what you read from them about who will play lightly. The injury to Kyle Allen initially scared some fantasy owners away, but I think this may benefit the team as a whole from a fantasy prospective. Smith seems to want to push the ball downfield opening the offense up more than Allen, or Haskins throwing for 390 yards and completing almost 70% of his passes.

Jalen Guyton (2-Years $540,000/yr) 49.48% Owned

I have honestly been waiting all season long to put Guyton on one of these lists, but he just hasn’t shown the ability to produce in the short or intermediate game thus far. On Sunday against the Dolphins that all changed as Guyton put together the game I have been wanting to see from him, even if the stats were not all that good. Guyton showed up Sunday in a strange, but good way with just 4 catches for 24 yards. I know you may be thinking why in the world is this guy recommending someone who only had 24 yards of offense, but let’s not forget Guyton has proved to be the Chargers true home run threat this season hitting multiple times on deep touchdown receptions. 

If Guyton can start to play and perform more in the short game like he did on Sunday, we could start to see some games with 5 to 7 catches for 120 yards and a touchdown from Guyton. The fact Guyton plays with a fellow rookie, and what seems to be a budding superstar in Herbert, the future is bright for Herbert, Guyton and the Chargers offense. The Chargers are somewhat deep at receiver with Allen, Williams, and Henry (tight end) but none of them have shown the ability to be able to consistently stay healthy over their careers. Guyton is also a rookie on one of the cheapest deals you will find in all of Dynasty Owner, making him a must stash if you have the open roster spot. I absolutely love players like Guyton, or a Darnell Mooney in dynasty, because they have the ability to be a true lottery ticket very soon!

Marvin Hall (1-Year $690,000) 14% Owned

Marvin Hall had another Marvin Hall type of week in week 10, with 2 catches for 61 yards and a touchdown. The type of day Hall had Sunday is exactly what you can expect from Hall most weeks, at least until Golladay comes back. While Hall did add a touchdown Sunday, we all know that cant be counted on, and usually just depend on the flow of the game for most players, especially of Hall’s caliber. 

Hall will never be a “sexy” pickup, or one someone will jump into a bidding war over, but he will get the job done for you on the bench, especially on his touchdown weeks. I am not too sure on how much longer Golladay will be out, but I have heard rumblings about him wanting a new deal, or out of Detroit, which is why he may be out longer than initially expected. There are also a few other things going in Hall’s favor with Amendola being hurt and possibly missing time, as well as the Lions having basically zero experience at his position outside of Jones, a couple rookies, and himself. The Lions seem to find themselves in shootouts every single week giving Hall plenty of opportunities to connect on a deep ball throughout the game, which is another one of those things fantasy managers tend to love.

Closing Thoughts

It’s just a bit bonkers to me that the free agent targets seem to be getting a little bit deeper as we continue to go through the year. I have two players this week that didn’t make the cut who could potentially have an impact in the coming weeks, and one of them in future seasons as well. Alex Collins for Seattle will more than likely get the start with the Seahawks scheduled to play on Thursday this week. 

Collins is only 1% owned with a very cheap salary (1 year $630,000) making him basically a risk free addition. The second player has much more upside, but is also a more risky pickup due to his length of contract, and price. Jakeem Grant (4 years $4,925,000) has looked good since Preston Williams went down with an injury. Grant has managed to snag 4 catches in each of the past two games, and adding a touchdown this past weekend. If Grant can build a rapport with Tua over the remainder of this season he could be a sneaky pickup, but he could also be a $5,000,000 cap hit who does nothing but take up cap space, and a roster spot…. Don’t you just love the NFL.

 In a perfect world we would all be fighting for playoff spots, not needing this list at all. Unfortunately we live in 2020 and its anything but perfect, though on the bright side we still have Dynasty Owner and football! I hope you all enjoy the pickups, and as always good luck on your Chase for the Ring!

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