Partly because he's facing a Seahawks' defense that has allowed just 12 FPPG to opposing running backs, and partly because head coach Bruce Arians has said he wants to get Andre Ellington a bit more involved. Johnson is RB23 on my board this week.
Not that wading into the Giants' four-man backfield mess is a good idea under any circumstances, but the Pariots This recommendation was in place before Packers head coach Mike McCarthy named Starks as his starter for Week 10, because Starks and the Pack get a visit from the Lions' 29 th -ranked fantasy defense This team doesn't seem willing to write off Eddie Lacy, but even if they don't, Starks can be productive with a workload similar to the 16 touches he received last week.
Philly's Ryan Mathews has been effective in a limited role, averaging 10 touches and 82 yards from scrimmage over his last four games. He's flex-worthy against a Dolphins' defense that ranks 30 th with Fitz has averaged a so-so Cecil Shorts is expected to return to action this week, and the Texans face a Bengals' D that ranks sixth with Avoid all Texans' receivers not named DeAndre Hopkins.
Watkins isn't a great play, but is the best option that could possibly fit into this category, even with Darrelle Revis waiting for him. The Jets have ranked a surprisingly bad 24 th with Watkins was targeted on eight of Tyrod Taylor's 12 pass attempts, and should continue to dominate the attention of his QB. Watkins is WR24 on my board. If this line dips to I like that matchup.
Plus, you know Manziel is going to be unstoppable. The Aggies win by double digits. And the spread is actually less than last year's margin. No one is stopping Baylor. OK, time for Saturday's viewer guide: So, doff the cap to Nashville. I don't think Mizzou will win, but it could. Can Aaron Murray will his depleted offense to another victory?
I mean, Oklahoma's good, but are they really that much better than Texas? Both of those games were at home. Call it insanity, but I think this game will be close. If Mack Brown wins this game, is he back in ? South Carolina at Arkansas, It's an early start, but keep an eye on this game.
Florida at LSU, 3: Does anyone really think the Hurricanes are actually better than Florida? I think LSU wins by double digits. Baylor at Kansas State, 3: Something similar is coming again. Look out, Kansas State: The spread is not a static number, so you will notice line moves during the week.
Team A may be favored by 3 points on Tuesday and by 4. This indicates more people are betting on them, so Las Vegas increases the underdog value hoping to encourage more wagers on the underdog. There are times when moneyline wagering is smarter than point-spread wagering and this is why moneylines are growing in popularity.
Typically used in baseball and hockey, pro football moneylines are popular in Las Vegas for picking underdogs. The team you choose only has to win the game, not win by a certain number of runs or goals. It's easiest to picture the number sitting in the middle of these two values. It's a simple way to have the risk-reward scenario.
In the right circumstance, where you have a small underdog, you can get a very similar bet by risking less and also get a bigger payout by going the moneyline route. It's a number it feels will encourage just as many bets on the over as the under.
If you picked the under