New Orleans Saints v NYG
The New Orleans Saints are finally marching into their own stadium. They host the 0–3 Giants in their 1st true home game. There are not many stadiums with a true homefield advantage, like Caesars Superdome. Expect it loud as the Saints should defensively dominate the New York Giants
Deeper Leagues: Detroit Lions and Washington Football Team
Brandon McManus v BAL
McManus has the advantage of being on team with a great defense and an offense that can move it downfield. It could be a kicker showdown in the Mile High City.
Greg Joseph v CLE
Joseph has been a reliable kicker, despite missing the game winning field goal against the Cardinals. The Browns should bring a high scoring offense, making this potentially one of the highest scoring games of the week.
Deeper Leagues: Dustin Hopkins (WAS) & Mason Crosby (GB)
Montez Sweat @ATL
Sweat was given the business by the Buffalo Bills, along with the rest of the Washington D/ST. Look for them to come out aggressively against the Falcons and their suspect offensive line.
Sam Hubbard v JAX
Hubbard is racking up the stats and is part of a much improved defensive unit. If you want some points Thursday, look no further. He should get a couple sack opportunities against the struggling Trevor Lawrence.
Deeper Leagues: Christian Wilkins (MIA), Brian Burns (CAR)
De’Vondre Campbell v PIT
Campbell has been the ILB the Packers have needed since the departure of the Blake Martinez. He has 31 tackles, 1 INT, & 1 fumble recovery. He should become familiar with RB Harris quickly and often in this one. Play him.
Logan Wilson v JAX
Wilson was the suggested wavier wire addition of the week and there is no reason to hesitate in starting him. It’s not often there is 2 suggestions from the same team in one week… The Jaguars are the league’s worst team though.
Deeper Leagues: Matt Judon (NE), Nick Vigil (MIN)
Chuck Clark @DEN
Clark has played every defensive snap for the Baltimore Ravens. They are on the road after 2 emotional games. The Ravens offense could struggle allowing for more defensive snaps. Play him.
Malcolm Jenkins v NYG
Jenkins is still Mr. Reliable and for the Saints. The home opener should JUICE UP the defensive captain. There should be several tackles and turnover opportunities for the 2 time Superbowl champion.
Dan Sorenson @PHI
Sorenson has 21 tackles, 1 sack, and 1 pass defended thus far. He has been asked to do it all in a lackluster secondary. The Eagles should run more this week and QB J. Hurts often looks to his tight ends. A sneaky good Play this week.
Deeper Leagues: Kendall Fuller (WAS), Byron Murphy (ARI)