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Data: 18 sty 2019 - 08:25:02

The Green Bay Packers are back in action after their bye Authentic JK Scott Jersey , so we have some great fantasy options coming back to the game this week. Around the NFC North, we have four different games to choose from. Two of them could very well be shoot outs and are must-watch games this weekend. We&#8217;re taking a heavy look at some defenses this week because there are some solid ones in these matchups. In another heavy bye week, let&#8217;s take a look at who to sit and start in Week 8confused smileyeahawks @ LionsStart: Seattle Defense; Kerryon Johnson, RBI hate to sound like a hater because this is a Packers blog, it&#8217;s just that the Seahawks have been sneaky good on defense recently! They&#8217;re the fourth overall DVOA on defense while being 3rd against the pass. Be comfortable starting Kerryon Johnson because that might be the best way the Lions move the ball on the day. Johnson had an explosive game against the Dolphins in Week 7, running the ball 19 times for 158 yards. He&#8217;ll need to find the end zone from more than 10 yards out, though, because LeGarrette Blount continually vultures those goal line touchdowns. Sit: Matthew Stafford, QBNot much of a streaming option here. Per ESPN, he&#8217;s the 18th ranked fantasy quarterback, but the Seattle secondary has some playmakers that might make Stafford struggle. Seattle is middle-of-the-pack in terms of sacks (16), but they have nine picks and six forced fumbles. I&#8217;d hit the waiver wire.Jets @ BearsStart: Taylor Gabriel, WRWith Allen Robinson II currently listed as doubtful, this is a good start even if Robinson manages to get on the field. Being neutralized by New England shouldn&#8217;t scare you and I think Gabriel bounces back against the Jets. With an impressive 79 percent catch rate, Gabriel should get back to snagging some underneath routes. Trubisky really struggled to get things going down the field last week, but hopefully that connection comes back. During Gabriel&#8217;s best game in Week 4, he was used as a red zone option, which I&#8217;d like to see the Bears go to again.Sit: Jordan Howard, RBI&#8217;m not sure what the Bears are doing with Howard here. Tarik Cohen is great. He&#8217;s fast, he&#8217;s a weapon and you have to get him the ball. But Howard is a good running back, too! They haven&#8217;t been able to spring him open and continually run him into the back of the offensive line for short gains. At this point, he&#8217;s extremely dependent on scoring touchdowns so use caution with him this week. Saints @ VikingsStart: Latavius Murray, RBMurray has enjoyed a nice couple of weeks with the absence of Dalvin Cook. However, his ceiling is limited to whether or not Cook can go. If Cook sits , Murray is a great option. Murray has enjoyed some pretty enticing matchups against the Cardinals and Jets. Now, the 6&#8217;3&#8221; back gets a tasty matchup against the Saints, who are ranked 29th in receiving DVOA against running backs. The Saints have been stout against the ground game, but they&#8217;re allowing 43.6 yards per game through the air to running backs.Sit: Vikings DefenseThe Vikings have been excellent as a fantasy defense over the past three weeks. They&#8217;ve scored 13, 17 and 16 points against the Eagles, Cardinals and Jets, respectively. But the Saints offense isn&#8217;t going to be as terrible as those offenses have looked. The last time the Vikings faced a high-powered offense (the Rams) the Vikings went negative in fantasy points. The Rams rank third in points per game; the Saints rank 2nd. Packers @ RamsStart: Geronimo AllisonSimilar to the Vikings, you pretty much start all the regular stalwarts (Rodgers, Adams, Graham), but keep your eyes peeled for injury reports on Sunday morning for this one. Allison is reportedly on pace to play, but as we saw with Melvin Gordon last week, travel can have an effect on status. Before Allison got injured, three out of his four games played were double-digit performances. He&#8217;s likely a streaming option for a low-end flex coming off an injury, but I think Aaron Rodgers will be happy to get him back. Since the Rams are without Aqib Talib, Allison could see some opportunities. The overall struggles of the Arizona Cardinals have cleared the way for opportunities for the youngest players on the roster.Add Korey Cunningham to the list of 2018 draftees who are playing big roles for the team.As a seventh-round draft pick, Cunningham overcame big odds to rise to a starting spot on the offensive line. Cunningham held his own while filling in for injured left tackle D.J. Humphries the past two games. Now he's been installed as starting right tackle following the release of veteran Andre Smith this week.Cunningham certainly looks the part at 6-foot-6 and 311 pounds. He played basketball in high school and was a tight end at Cincinnati before switching to tackle."He's an offensive line coach's dream because you can mold him out of clay," said quarterback Josh Rosen, a fellow rookie. "He's strong as hell. He wants to learn."Cunningham said he weighed 225 pounds out of high school and slowly bulked up through weightlifting through his four years of college.He was the 254th overall pick in the draft but doesn't dwell on that."I try not to think about it, me being a seventh-round pick," he said, "because once you get in the building it's a clean slate. I just wanted to come here and not think about that. I'm just another guy in the room."A very big guy who slowly got the attention of the coaching staff that was dealing with injuries and ineffective play on the offensive line.Cunningham was inactive seven of the first nine games this season. The other two he suited up but didn't play. Then, two games ago against Oakland, he was the starting left tackle.With Humphries expected back this week Womens Kentrell Brice Jersey , the Cardinals moved Cunningham to right tackle, replacing Smith, who had been ineffective much of the season.Coach Steve Wilks said Cunningham's past in basketball and as a tight end makes him an intriguing prospect."He's progressing and moving in the right direction," Wilks said. "I think when you look back at his skill set, his ability playing basketball, his footwork, his agility, coming in as a tight end at Cincinnati, I think all of those skill sets have allowed him to be able to perform well on the outside."Cunningham said he's getting lots of advice from the talkative Humphries, whose route to the starting lineup was quite different.Humphries was a first-round draft pick in 2015 but didn't play at all his rookie season."He was telling me he was a first-round draft pick having to come in and sit his whole rookie year," Cunningham said. "That's how I started out, then I was thrown in the fire. He was like, 'You've got to take advantage of the opportunity.'"Rosen said Cunningham is the funniest guy he knows."I try to keep the rookie meetings entertained," Cunningham said. "It will be late in the afternoon. People want to go home. It's kind of good to keep people in good spirits."It's a close group of rookies who have filled big roles, including wide receiver Christian Kirk, center Mason Cole and running back Chase Edmonds."We started May 11 during rookie minicamp," Cunningham said. "We were just new kids on the block, like freshmen in high school. To see where we are now, it's a blessing to see how far we've come."The challenge is to stay positive on a team that's 2-9 heading into Sunday's game at Green Bay."Just keep earning the coach's trust, just keep learning, learning, learning," Cunningham said. "You can never know enough. Just keep staying in the playbook and keep doing what you have to do."Notes: The Cardinals signed CBs Dontae Johnson and Quinten Rollins and released CB Chris Jones.

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Data: 15 mar 2019 - 09:09:04

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