With New Orleans on a bye-week, it will be a little harder to figure out where the big points are going to come from.

The Good

Amari Cooper, WR, Oakland- Detroit may have beaten the Packers for the first time in Green Bay since 1991 last week, but I don't see that same Lions defense shutting down the Offensive Rookie of the Year. The only teams that have shut Cooper down this year have been top secondaries like the Jets and Broncos.

Most of Amari's points this season have come off receptions and yards with only 4 TDs on the year, and Detroit gives up the 5th most plays of 20 yards or more.

Jacob Tamme, TE, Atlanta- This could be an equal endorsement for all of Matt Ryan's weapons. Indianapolis is another bad defense, and Atlanta can beat you in so many ways with running back Devonta Freeman and wide receiver Julio Jones.

So why not just write about the stars?

Because they're expensive! Freeman and Jones are the highest-priced players at their positions on DraftKings, while Tamme is a measly $3,600. He'll get you points and leave room in your budget for some other high-octane options on your roster.

Charcandrick West, RB, Kansas City-  I owe my league season to this man since superstar Jamaal Charles went down for the year. When the Chiefs give him the carries, West comes up with fantasy points galore. He hasn't been a major target in the passing game, but he showed last week against a beat up Denver defense he can do damage. Even with guys like DeMarcus Ware and Aquib Talib out, the Broncos had a better run defense than what the Chiefs will see this week against the San Diego Chargers.

This will be a big week for running backs with a lot of other good matchups. Todd Gurley, Marshawn Lynch, Lamar Miller, and Chris Ivory are a few guys who could have huge games against poor running defenses.

The Bad

Andy Dalton, QB, Cincinnati- Maybe this is just an overreaction after Dalton and the Bengals made a mess in their pants on Monday Night Football last week, but they get another prime time game again on Sunday against a scary Arizona defense. The Cardinals have one of the league's best secondaries, and of course, the Bengals hate when the pressure is on.

The Risk

Danny Amendola, WR, New England- Get yourself together! Julian Edelman and his exotic haircuts won't be helping your fantasy team anymore this year, but Tom Brady will keep on throwing touchdowns.

Amendola is probably already taken in most leagues, but he's only $4,000 on DraftKings making him cheap WR or Flex fill.

The only problem with relying on any Patriots player is the same reason that they win so much. You never know what on Belichick's game plan, and neither do his opponents. Although Amendola has a lot of upside, there's also the chance he gets the diversion role against Buffalo this week.

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