Hopefully, you played the Steelers or the Ravens last week, both of which were highlighted in this little post for Week 10. This week we’ll be without the Green Bay Packers, New York Giants, Seattle Seahawks, Tennessee Titans who are on bye. We also don’t have many home run matchups this week, so we should see a reasonably diverse set of ownership percentages across the slate.
New Orleans Saints ($2,900) @ Tampa Bay Buccaneers
Jameis Winston cannot stop turning over the ball. On the year he has 14 interceptions and ten fumbles and has taken a sack fourth-most in the league. On the other side of the ball, the Saints have the tenth-most sacks per game. The loss of Marcus Lattimore is a tough one for the Saints, but Winston continues to prove he can turn the ball over and over again against any team.
Baltimore Ravens ($3,000) vs. Houston Texans
The Ravens defense heads back home for a real test against Deshaun Watson and the Texans offense. Last week they destroyed the Bengals and put up 24 DraftKings points, which wasn’t that surprising. In the previous two weeks, though, they scored 18 and 13 DK Points against Seattle and New England, which was unexpected. They’ve had a lot of touchdown luck with five defensive touchdowns in their last three games. They aren’t a lock against the Texans offense, but they have been opportunistic, and I expect a loud stadium welcoming them home.
New York Jets ($3,100) @ Washington
Dwayne Haskins gets the nod as starting quarterback moving forward. In his limited time, Haskins has no touchdowns to four interceptions, and the Jets are coming off a positive defensive showing against the Giants. It’s not hard to get Daniel Jones to fumble, but the Jets did that twice and sacked him six times to go along with a defensive touchdown. They’re going to give up points, but Washington’s offense is a dumpster fire, and Haskins isn’t going to put the fire out.
Jacksonville Jaguars ($3,100) @ Indianapolis Colts
Jacoby Brissett will probably return this week, but if he doesn’t, Brian Hoyer will get another start, and I’d play my grandma’s nursing home team against Hoyer. Hoyer chucked three interceptions against the Dolphins last week, and the Jaguars are a much better defense than Miami.