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What a difference a week makes. Russell Wilson had been leaving a trail of fantasy tears in his wake for the first two weeks. Now he posts a good line and faces the Colts and everyone's back on board. I'm not even mad about it. It's surprising more people aren't eating in Dalvin Cook's kitchen. Kareem Hunt is the greatest running back who ever lived (for three games). Franchise is on Team #JustThrowItToYourGoodPlayers with Odell Beckham, A.J. Green and Rob Gronkowski. The Bengals are a nice streaming play this week against Cleveland. And Wil Lutz.
If Blake Bortles can throw four touchdown passes in London, what can Drew Brees do? A lot ... according to Alex Gelhar. That's probably why he's stacking Brees with Michael Thomas. Ezekiel Elliott might not look as explosive as he did last season but he's still good at football. I wouldn't want to tackle Leonard Fournette. Let's see how the Jets feel about it. Hi, A.J. Green. Gelhar is going to ride the Zach Ertz train until the wheels fall off. I'd say the Packers defense was a homer call. But Mike Glennon. And Matt Prater.
Tom Brady. Still very good at football. 'Sup, Kareem Hunt and Dalvin Cook? Howdy, OBJ. Larry Fitzgerald is going to challenge Frank Gore as the player who will never leave our collective football conscious. He really is outrunning Father Time. How you doin', Gronk? The Jaguars defense has had two solid weeks in the first three games. Why not give them a run against the Jets? And Matt Prater.
Here's to hoping DangeRuss is dangerous yet again this week versus the Colts. Hey, Leonard Fournette is back! Jay Ajayi making a London homecoming seems too tasty of a storyline to pass up. What are you up to, OBJ? DeAndre Hopkins has had plenty of success against the Titans and should again this week. The Chiefs ignored Travis Kelce last week. Don't look for that to happen again. The Bengals defense is here again. Cool. And Matt Prater