Let’s face it, there’s an enormous amount of information out there on Sunday mornings. We’re not going to waste your time by repeating the news and notes about who’s in or out this week, since that’s really not what you visit us for. We’re also not going to do another article on starts or sits this week – we already have the personalized lineup advice for you on the premium content. Again, there are 100 places you can go for that, so no reason to repeat ourselves or others.
The Sunday Morning Huddle goes through each game and states what we’re looking to see from a dynasty perspective. One player will be picked from each team who has dynasty value tied to the game – players at a pivot point where their value could increase or decrease based on opportunity and performance.
NEW YORK JETS AT BUFFALO
Bills rookie quarterback Josh Allen has used the past two games and his running ability to greatly alter his dynasty value. With back-to-back games as the QB4 or better and rushing for 234 yards in two games, Allen is suddenly a hot asset. Just months ago, dynasty owners were shamed for even selecting Allen in rookie drafts. Despite their rough season, the Jets are no pushover against quarterbacks, holding three of the past four opponents to a QB16 or worse finish.
After missing three games, the Jets will welcome back starting quarterback Sam Darnold to set up a battle of rookie signal callers. The USC product began the season well, defeating the Lions in the opener and posting three top 18 finishes in the first six weeks. Things took a turn after that between the foot injury that put him out of the lineup along with injuries to many of his supporting weapons. That will likely continue to be a problem as receiver Robby Anderson is questionable and running back Isaiah Crowell will play but has been dealing with a toe injury.
CAROLINA AT CLEVELAND