Are your fantasy football teams already eliminated from the playoffs? Fear not, you can redeem your fantasy season by playing Best Ball. Yes, Best Ball is still available to play! Tournaments fire off weekly ($33 entry for $125k in prizes) and scoring for players are taken from now until the end of the season.
Teams past their bye (for Week 9 Best Ball):
Jets, 49ers, Lions, Dolphins, Bills, Bears, Colts, Raiders, Panthers, Steelers, Browns, Buccaneers, Ravens, Cowboys
Here are some undervalued picks at each position (ADP as of 10/30):
Kirk Cousins (115.5) – MIN has finally opened up their offense and started getting the passing game involved in the offense. 10 TDs and averaging over 300 yards a game over the last 4.
Sam Darnold (126.9) – Darnold has had a rough beginning of season, dealing with mono at the beginning of the season and seeing ghosts against New England. Well, everyone has been playing poorly against the Patriots, Darnold is past his bye, and his next 6 weeks are against mediocre to terrible pass defenses. Plus, the Jets lost two key pieces of their defense (will need to throw to keep up) and kept their offense intact through the trade deadline despite rumors about Lev Bell and Robby Anderson.
David Montgomery (58.8) – Preseason darling turned early season dud. Matt Nagy should have finally figured out that the offense cannot completely depend on Mitch Trubisky. Bears are past their bye.
Derrius Guice (150.7) – Left for dead on the Draft rankings because he cannot get on the field. He’s expected to come back Week 11 against the Jets. Washington has shown a commitment to running the ball and has been able to put up fantasy production with ageless wonder Adrian Peterson. They’ll want to see what they have in Guice when he returns to health.
Robby Anderson (85.8) – We’re doubling down on Jets. We love Robby for all the reasons above. He also was developing a great connection with Darnold at the end of last season.
Marquise Brown (89.1) – Hollywood Brown started the season as hot fire, but has been for the last month. He’s expected to be healthy after the week 8 bye and back to his game breaking ways.
Christian Kirk (107.2) – Kirk has been a target machine when on the field. He was out for three weeks in October, but returned last week to his normal duties and put up 8-11 for 79 yards and 19 rushing yards.
Chris Herndon (112.3) – Bonus pick from the Jets.
Dallas Goedert (157.8) – Quietly putting up better and better numbers as the season progresses. Weekly TD threat as Wentz has been looking to him in the red zone.
Jonnu Smith (204.4) – If you want some really, really late TE potential, look for Jonnu Smith. Delanie Walker is getting up there in age and dealing with a persistent ankle injury. Meanwhile, TEN seems to have gotten some new life after the benching of Mariota for Tannehill.
Written on 10/30/19 by Winston Lee