Fantasy Football Week 9 Sleepers & TFS: Trust Chiefs Receivers, Dion Jackson, Joshua Palmer and More

The Leaders‘ The receiving corps should be different this week with the addition of Katarius Toney. While we don’t know what role he’ll play or how much he’ll be involved in the offense, I still expect quality performances from Marquez Valdez-Scandling and Megan Hartman. I love both of them as sleepers at week 9 Titans.

JuJu Smith-Schuster should be the No. 1 receiver for the Chiefs. But both Valdez-Scandling and Hartman are playing well in Kansas City’s sack in Week 8. Before the bye, Valdez-Scandling had two games with at least 14 PPR points in his last three outings. In Week 7, he had three catches for 111 yards on four targets.

Hartman has scored at least 11 PPR points in three straight games, and he was dominant in Week 7 at San Francisco with four catches for 32 yards and a touchdown, two carries for 28 yards and two touchdowns. He hasn’t had more than four catches in any game this season, but the Chiefs have found a way to generate touches for him, especially near the end zone.

The reason Valdez-Scandling and Hartman are favored this week is the matchup with the Titans. Tennessee ranks 6th in fantasy points, and nine receivers have scored at least 12 PPR points with nine touchdowns against the Titans this year.

We’ll see what Tony does to influence Smith-Schuster, Valdes-Scantling and Hardman. But I’m not worried about that this week. Smith-Schuster should be the starting fantasy option in all leagues, and Valdez-Scandling and Hartman are the No. 3 receivers with upside.

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Every Friday, you can find this column on sleepers and DFS plays on DraftKings and FanDuel. I’m also going to include our Friday show notes from Fantasy Football Today at CBS Sports HQ, which provides a game-by-game breakdown of starters, finishers, favorite props and favorite DFS plays. This will help you make some order decisions each week.

Week 9 sleepers


Week 9 preview

DFS Game Previews & Lineups

These are the game previews from myself, Adam Iser and Dave Richard on our Fantasy Football Today show at CBS Sports Headquarters on Friday. Player props from Caesars Sportsbook.

Las Vegas Jacksonville (Adam Eiser)

Miami in Chicago (Jamie Eisenberg)

Indianapolis in New England (Adam Eiser)

Buffalo at New York Jets (Dave Richard)

Los Angeles Chargers In Atlanta (Dave Richard)

Carolina at Cincinnati (Adam Iser)

Minnesota at Washington (Dave Richard)

Green Bay in Detroit (Jamie Eisenberg)

Los Angeles Rams In Tampa Bay (Adam Eiser)

Seattle, Arizona (Dave Richard)

DFS queues

Draft Kings

QB: Trevor Lawrence (vs. LV) $5,200
RB: Aaron Jones (at DET) $7,400
RB: Rhamondre Stevenson (vs. IND) $6,200
WR: DeAndre Hopkins (Opposite Sea) $7,900
WR: Christian Kirk (vs. LV) $5,500
WR: Joshua Palmer (at ATL) $5,100
TE: Evan Engram (vs. LV) $3,300
FLEX: Kenneth Walker III (at ARI) $6,200
DST: Buccaneers (Vs. LAR) $3,000

I am excited about this Jaguars vs. this week’s stack testers, and expect Lawrence to pair well with Kirk and Engram. This is the perfect fit to get the Jaguars’ passing game back on track.

Should be better against Jones LionsAnd have a great game against Stevenson Colts, especially if Damien Harris (illness) is out. I love Walker vs Cardinals After 110 total yards and a touchdown against Arizona in Week 6.

Hopkins should have a chance for another big game at home, and Palmer is one of my favorite plays this week with the injuries to the Chargers receiving corps. He has to go against it Hawks.

Fan Duel

QB: Tua Tagowailoa (at CHI) $8,000
RB: Rhamondre Stevenson (vs. IND) $8,000
RB: D’Onta Foreman (in CIN) $7,300
WR: Tyreek Hill (at CHI) $8,700
WR: DJ Moore (at CIN) $7,000
WR: Joshua Palmer (at ATL) $6,200
TE: Robert Donion (at DET) $5,000
Flex: Dion Jackson (at NE) $5,000
DEF: Jaguars (Vs. LV) $3,800

I like Dolphins Stack against this row Bears, and it should be another big week for Tagowailoa and the Hill. With Justin Fields as the starter this week, I expect this to be a high-scoring affair.

I’d play Stevenson alongside Palmer in this lineup, and I like two running backs who could benefit in the event of an injury in Foreman and Jackson. To go against the foreman Bengal Suba Hubbard (ankle) is out, and Jackson has a quality game at his cost against Jonathan Taylor (ankle). Patriots.

Moore should have his third game in a row with a big stat line against the Bengals, who lost their second game. I love the matchup for Donion against the Lions, and he has scored a touchdown in three straight games against Detroit.

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