With another 4-4 week in the books, let’s see if we can finally get over .500 on Sit ’em Down.

QB- Alex Smith, Kansas City Chiefs at San Francisco 49ers (Fanduel Price $7000)- He’s been rolling the last three weeks, capped off by his 20 for 26, 248 yard and three touchdown performance last week, but against his former team, look for his hot streak to end, as the Niners defense at home isn’t going to be as generous as the Patriots defense on the road.

QB- Joe Flacco, Baltimore Ravens at Indianapolis Colts ($7500)- He does have two games of over 300 passing yards, plus he did score three times last week, but those were both at home, and even though the Colts secondary took a hit when it lost LaRon Landry, their just playing better as a whole, and in Indy, it’s just not worth taking a chance on Flacco finding his consistency this week.

RB- CJ Spiller, Buffalo Bills at Detroit Lions ($7600)- Spiller will always be the more explosive Bills back, but he still splits his carries with Fred Jackson, who is the favored goal-line back. Plus the Lions defense is too good right now. Pass.

RB- Stephen Jackson, Atlanta Falcons at NY Giants ($7000)- His best days are clearly behind him, and he hasn’t gotten over 55 rushing yards in one game this season, while only averaging 12 carries a game. Not a good matchup either.

WR- Pierre Garcon, Washington Redskins vs. Seattle Seahawks ($7000)- He’s been boom-or-bust over the first four weeks, alternating double-digit games with stinkers, and against the Seahawks defense, expect another dud.

WR- Eric Decker, NY Jets at San Diego Chargers ($6600)- Decker will be involved, but the way Geno Smith has been playing it’ll be hard to trust this offense on the road, would Michael Vick change that?

WR- Dwayne Bowe, Kansas City Chiefs at San Francisco 49ers ($6200)- He had his best game of the season against the Patriots, but he is clearly the third option behind Jamaal Charles and the emerging Travis Kelce. Give me Brandin Cooks instead.

TE- Rob Gronkowski, New England Patriots vs. Cincinnati Bengals ($7600)- He does have three touchdowns on the season, but little else, given the struggles of the Patriots offense as a whole. This matchup against the Bengals won’t be his breakout game, and at $7600, he’s only $300 less than Jimmy Graham this week. Spend a little more and take the reward.

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  1. Mike Aglialoro Mike Aglialoro says:

    Wow, 6-2, now 22-18 on the season

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