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Pass Happy/Run Happy - Week 8
Run Happy

Tampa Bay (vs. OAK):  The diminutive Jacquizz Rodgers, who busted both Carolina and San Francisco for 100+ yards rushing.  The Raiders allow both yardage and scoring to RBs so figure Rodgers is again a solid start.  Peyton Barber will get some run, but unless you're in an absolute dire position and in a massive league with deep benches, he shouldn't be on your radar.  Solid Start:  Rodgers

Denver (@SDC):  CJ Anderson is out at least this week - maybe more - with a knee injury, clearing the path for the impressive Devontae Booker to burst upon the scene.  Booker was already solid in spot duty for the Broncos, and now gets the lead back gig against one of the worst run D's in the game.  Expect a solid outing with a score mixed in.  Solid Start:  Booker

Pass Happy

Indianapolis (vs. KCC):  Andrew Luck is doing much better than last season, even with a porous OL.  He's thrown TDs in every game.  He's performing well even against stouter pass D's, too, which means he will likely carve up a Chief pass D that's more of a "bend but don't break" type.  Start Luck and most definitely T.Y. Hilton.  Donte Moncrief may be back but we'd hold on him unless you are the gambling type.  Philip Dorsett could also be back, but he was a dice roll even when healthy.  Jack Doyle remains a nice option at TE.  Solid Starts:  Luck, Hilton  Good Start:  Doyle  Wait a Week:  Moncrief, Dorsett

Tampa Bay (vs. OAK):  One of our "flying under the radar" favorites of the week.  Definitely worth a look in DFS leagues.  Expect Jameis Winston to be airing it out against a Raider defense that allows huge points to QBs, WRs and even TEs.  Mike Evans should have a field day, and those of you needing a sleeper WR with six teams on bye, look to Russell Shepard, who is the starter with Vincent Jackson shelved.  Shepard is an elite athlete that has never really got things going, but has the chance now.  Solid Starts:  Winson and Evans  Good Start:  Shepard