MUNTRADAMUS SHOW WEEK 1
Rise and shine BEAST DOME NATION, It is week 1 of the Fantasy Football Season. Time to make some money in Daily Fantasy and get that bankroll growing.
When making your Daily Fantasy Team, it is important to use at least 1 or 2 Sleeper BEAST Studs to really optimize your lineup so you can acquire the True BEAST Players. These are the guys that can make your team a mortal lock for those 50/50 Double Up Leagues, and give you fighting shot in GPPs.
BEAST OF THE WEEK (1)
MATT STAFFORD – DET @ IND
(QB. $7,400 FANDUEL)
The Lions are running a Shotgun No Huddle Offense. Stafford has more weapons than most QBs in the league, and he has the arm strength that barely any QB can compete with. Playing in a Dome this Sunday, against another team that goes a lot of no huddle. We can expect a good fashion Shootout. With the Lions not having much of a running game, we can expect Stafford to throw the ball 50+ Times with ease.
When Stafford throws the ball 50+ Times, you can expect a guaranteed 300+ Yards. 2+ TDs. In my mind, there is not a safer QB in Fantasy Football this week and he will be #1 on my list. Especially with the Colts missing their top two cover corners leaving the Colts extremely thin in their secondary. The Lions are going to put up a lot of points this year. Stafford will show the world why in Week 1.
BUST OF THE WEEK (1)
Russell Wilson SEA vs. MIA
(QB. $8,500 FANDUEL)
Standing at 5’10 and around 200 LBs. Russell Wilson will be running for his life against a Dolphins D-Line that is big enough to eat him for Breakfast/Lunch/and Dinner. The Seahawks completely re-modeled their offensive line, while the Dolphins added one of the best pass rushers in the NFL with Mario Williams.
Russell Wilson will have no time to throw, he will take some hard hits, and will lose you money if you play him on your Daily Fantasy Roster.
BEAST OF THE WEEK (1)
MOHAMED SANU – ATL vs. TB
(WR. $5,800 FANDUEL)
Julio Jones is nursing a bad ankle, but will still play and likely run as if he was 100%. With that being the case, if the Bucs want any chance to win this game, they must roll the coverage over to shutdown Julio nearly every snap. When the Bucs shift the focus onto Julio Jones, it is Mohamed Sanu time. Matt Ryan has a lot of trust in his new toy Mohamed Sanu, and we should easily see 10+ Targets against the Bucs. Matt Ryan does not have much else to work with in the passing game besides the quick hits to the Running Backs.
When Sanu gets 10+ Targets, you can expect an easy 7+ Receptions. 80+ Yards. With the definite potential TD in what will be a high scoring day for the Falcons in their home opener.
If you do not play Mohamed Sanu on your Daily Fantasy Lineups this week.
You Sanuze, You Luze.