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Week 9 Report Card
QB Andy Dalton CIN: 244 total yards, 2 TD, 2 INT = 18 points
RB Joseph Randle DAL: 2 yards = 0 points
WR Mike Evans TB: 7 rec, 124 yards = 31 points
TE Heath Miller PIT: 1 rec, 14 yards = 2 points
K Billy Cundiff CLE: 3/3 FG, 1/1 XPM = 12 points
D/ST Bengals CIN = 23 PA, 1 INT, 2 SACK = 8 points
Mark Sanchez | EAGLES
Butt-fumble jokes aside, with bye weeks to quarterbacks such as Andrew Luck, Tom Brady and Phillip Rivers, you may be left with no other choice.
After a full week of first-term reps, Sanchez is poised to regain his NFL relevance this week in relief for the injured Nick Foles. Best part about it? He's not a member of the New York Jets this time, he's an Eagle.
Throwing for over 200 yards and two touchdowns, Sanchez showed his superb game preparation skills by appearing to "not miss a beat" according to head coach Chip Kelly in regards to the Eagles gameplan. Despite throwing two interceptions in a little over two quarters of football, Sanchez's upside in a high-powered offense deserves Week 10 consideration against a depelted Carolina Panthers defense, and potential high-end QB2 value the rest of the season.
Full disclosure: Set to take on the starting quarterback role in Philadelphia for likely the remainder of the season, Sanchez's QB2 value could skyrocket beyond even the initial expectations from Nick Foles.
I'd take him over: Kyle Orton, Derek Carr, Josh McCown, Michael Vick
Jeremy Hill | BENGALS
The 235-pound LSU product expects to seek similar workload in Thursday's divisional contest against the Cleveland Browns as he did in his record breaking performance in Week 9 against the Jaguars.
In relief for the injured Giovani Bernard, Hill rushed 24 times for 154 yards and two touchdowns. Fantasy oweners could expect even better numbers facing a Browns' defense who has allowed consecutive double digit fantasy points to running backs in the last four weeks.
Full disclosure: Hill will be the hottest commodity off the waiver wire this week and becomes a solid RB1 if Bernard remains out for any significant period of time.
I'd take him over: Bobby Rainey, Joique Bell, Anthony Hixon, Chris Johnson, Toby Gerhart
Devante Adams | PACKERS
Quietly inching towards more and more production in an elite offensive unit, Adams could find himself one of fantasy's biggest sleepers by seasons end.
With at least six catches in two of the last three games, Adams is finding more comfort in the Packers' offense, while meanwhile, that guy named Aaron Rodgers is continuing to look his direction on a more regular basis.
Facing a vulnerable Chicago Bears defensive unit at Lambeau Field, Rodgers could find Adams in the end-zone for the third time five games if their focus leans towards defending Jordy Nelson and Randall Cobb.
We've seen this movie before in reference to Greg Jennings and the emergence of Randall Cobb. While we're not saying Adams is nearing booting Cobb out of town, the 'next man up' mentality is always a factor in Green Bay, especially with top-end talent.
Full disclosure: While Adams is a 'wait and see' candidate before we get too excited, he's one Nelson or Cobb injury away from stepping into a role that would solidify as a WR2 candidate in fantasy football moving forward. Best part about? Coming off a bye in Week 9, I'm willing to be your league isn't so high on him just yet. Stash him before he becomes the next Odell Beckham or Mike Evans before I have to say I told you so.
I'd take him over: Allen Hurns, Justin Hunter, Louis Murphy, Jermaine Kearse, Harry Douglas
Mychal Rivera | RAIDERS
Totaling eight catches for 38 yards and two touchdowns last week in Seattle, Rivera appears poised to take on an even bigger role in what figures to be a pass heavy offense facing the Broncos on Sunday.
Inching in targets behind receivers James Jones (59) and Andre Holmes (46), Rivera (44), is slowly but surely becoming Derek's Carr favorite target and main security blanket when under pressure. Which as I'm sure you know, is kind of a lot.
Full disclosure: As tight ends continue to be a headache in fantasy football this season, Rivera could be a decent TE1 option this week, and possibly worth taking and holding onto for the stretch run if you're weak at the tight end position.
I'd take him over: Scott Chandler, Richard Rodgers, Clay Harbor
Mason Crosby | PACKERS
The Bears are surrendering the most fantasy points to kickers this season, meanwhile, Crosby has been successful on six consecutive field goals and has eclipsed double digit numbers in two out of the last three weeks.
As the Packers are poised to move the ball down the field with ease, Crosby could be in place for a big night with opportunities of plenty.
I'd take him over: Patrick Murray, Matt Prater, Matt Bryant, Phil Dawson
Denver Broncos | at OAK
Notables: BAL D/ST vs. TEN, DAL D/ST vs. JAX (London)