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Pass Happy/Run Happy - Week 5 - 10/03/2018
Pittsburgh vs. Atlanta:  Here’s another “start ‘em if you got ‘em” game.  Yeehaw!  Pittsburgh’s D has given up the most fantasy points to QBs and the Falcons’ have given up the 4th-most.  Both Ben Roethlisberger and Matt Ryan should throw for over 300 yards and multiple scores.  Each offense has 2 great starts at WR and one flex/dice roll type of play.  The TEs come with some risk but are startable based on how thin the position is right now.  Great Starts:  Roethlisberger, Ryan, Antonio Brown, Julio Jones, JuJu Smith-Schuster and Calvin Ridley  Good Starts (based on position scarcity):  Austin Hooper and Vance McDonald  Flex/Dice Roll Plays:  James Washington and Mohamed Sanu
Jacksonville (@KCC):  Hate to say it, but Blake Bortles is a viable fantasy QB given the right matchup.  He’s had two fabulous games (Week 2 vs. NEP:  376 yards, 4 TDs and Week 4 vs. NYJ:  388 yards and 2 TDs), but two stinkers.  This week appears to be a pretty good matchup considering the Chiefs give up the 6th-most fantasy points to QBs.  The Chief D is actually worse against RBs, but the Jags will be without Leonard Fournette again.  The trick here, though, is figuring out which Jag WR to start.  Keelan Cole looks like the safe bet, with the other two relevant guys being good starts.  Great Starts:  Bortles and Cole  Good Starts:  Donte Moncrief and Dede Westbrook
New England (vs. IND):  Don’t look now, but it looks like the Pats have a legit RB.  Rookie Sony Michel had a terrific Week 4, logging 25 carries for 112 yards and a score against Miami.  This week, the Pats will likely find similar successes against an up-and-down Colt team.  Fellow RB James White may only carry the ball 2-3 times but could have upwards of 10 total touches.  His involvement in the passing game, even with Julian Edelman back, will be heavy.  Great Start:  Michel  Good Start (PPR):  White
San Diego (vs. OAK):  The Raider defense is horrible and Melvin Gordon has been rollin’.  That’s a recipe for 100 yards – quite easily, most likely – for Gordon.  His involvement in the passing game only raises his value in PPR formats.  Austin Ekeler gets enough work in both facets of the offense to warrant a start in PPR formats.  He’s a sneaky weekly play.  Great Start:  Gordon  Good Start (PPR):  Ekeler