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Each week, ESPN fantasy analysts Ken Daube and Jim McCormick will sift through the deeper options at each position with an eye on identifying streaming fantasy commodities with valuable matchups to consider.Did you draft Tom Brady and need a capable fill-in for this first week of fantasy football competition? Or did someone get DeAngelo Williams before you could handcuff your selection of LeVeon Bell? We have some choice names to consider for those seeking players who are widely available at each position.QuarterbacksMatt Ryan, Atlanta Falcons: Ryan may not have had much respect among the fantasy community on draft day, as he placed 21st among all quarterbacks in terms of average draft position, but his Week 1 matchup against the Tampa Bay Buccaneers presents great value.? In away games last season, the Bucs allowed an average stat line of 288 passing yards, two touchdowns and more than 19 fantasy points to opposing quarterbacks.? That aligns with Ryans performance in his previous four home games against the Buccaneers, when he averaged 291 passing yards with a 9-1 ratio in touchdowns to interceptions. - KDMatthew Stafford, Detroit Lions: Standard league investors in ESPN leagues are finding Stafford well into the QB2 mix as the 15th quarterback off the board on average. Stafford was second in the league in completion percentage (70.0) and posted 19 touchdowns to just two interceptions over the final eight games. Now the team is looking to up the pace on offense, as Stafford completed all six of his attempts to Golden Tate and Marvin Jones for 108 yards out of the no-huddle in the preseason, per Pro Football Focus. The Colts are missing several starters on an already suspect defensive roster, namely top cover corner Vontae Davis. With a blend of efficiency, pace and favorable matchup factors, Stafford is well positioned to produce QB1 results in Indy this weekend. ?- JMRunning backsJames White, New England Patriots: Many people project the Pats to rely on a power running attack behind LeGarrette Blount as Jimmy Garoppolo takes the reins under center.? That doesnt align with how the Patriots typically attack aggressive defenses.? Look for the Patriots to feature White on screen and swing passes while also sending him on underneath and wheel routes (much like they utilized Shane Vereen in Super Bowl XLIX).? Since the Arizona Cardinals allowed the sixth-most yards per reception to opposing running backs last season, this could be a dream scenario for a deep play at this position. - KDTerrance West, Baltimore Ravens: While his stock is surely rising, Wests average draft position is still 132nd overall and 44th among backs in ESPN leagues. Even with Justin Forsett rejoining the roster after being cut this past weekend, it became clear throughout the preseason West is the teams leading candidate for early-down duties. We can also assume West is the teams lead back in short-yardage and goal-line scenarios, given the profiles of the pass-catching backs on the depth chart. Up first in Wests revival season is the Buffalo Bills -- a team that will be without its top interior defensive lineman -- who ceded a generous 2.63 yards before contact per rush to tailbacks last season, sixth most in the NFL. Dont be surprised if West, who is available in nearly half of ESPN leagues, is a top waiver addition this time next week. - JMWide receiversKamar Aiken, Baltimore Ravens: Aiken was severely undervalued on draft day, as he was the 56th wide receiver taken off the board. In his last eight games, he had 50 catches and 611 yards.? He posted those numbers despite playing those games with four different quarterbacks: Joe Flacco, Matt Schaub, Jimmy Clausen and Ryan Mallett (each started two games).? With Flacco returning under center and only the 37-yard-old Steve Smith Sr. as competition for targets, Aiken shouldnt just be on your start list for this week -- but for the whole season. - KDMike Wallace, Baltimore Ravens: Im interested in picking on this seemingly fallible Bills defense to start the season. Buffalo allowed the seventh-most yards per completion and the ninth-most yards and touchdowns to receivers in 2015. Without an established pass-rusher beyond Jerry Hughes on the front seven, and with a patchwork secondary in place, this is a prime position to have shares of the Ravens volume-driven passing game. Flacco raved about Wallace throughout the summer, and while thats a trip down #NarrativeStreet, he also peppered him with targets in the preseason. As the 60th receiver off the board on average and available in more than 60 percent of ESPN leagues, Wallace is a widely available asset to consider for Week 1. - JMTight endsVirgil Green, Denver Broncos: Gary Kubiak-led offenses have typically taken advantage of the tight end position, and this season, that points to Green being a productive member of the Broncos offensive attack. While its unlikely that youll need someone at this position this early, as the only tight ends who are projected to miss Week 1 are Ladarius Green and Tyler Eifert, keep an eye on Thursday nights contest and how many opportunities Green receives.? He could be a solid sleeper for the rest of the season and is worth stashing just in case. - KDDwayne Allen, Indianapolis Colts: Allen could return to -- and even improve upon -- his solid 2014 numbers now that Coby Fleener and his flowing locks are in New Orleans. Allen ranked seventh among tight ends in grading on Pro Football Focus in 2014 (minimum 50 percent of a teams snaps) and finished ninth at the position in targets within 10 yards of the goal line that season. The Colts will trend pass-heavy given the lack of depth and playmaking in the backfield, plus a suspect defense in place, thus Allens expected uptick in snaps should also come with increased routes and targets. The Lions, meanwhile, allowed the fourth-most fantasy points to tight ends last season. - JMD/STsDetroit Lions: If there are two truths about the Colts offense, they are Andrew Luck is a phenomenal quarterback and their offensive line is so porous that it makes Luck look pedestrian.? Look for the Lions defensive line, featuring Haloti Ngata and Ezekiel Ansah, to get consistent backfield penetration.? This should result in multiple sacks and a likely pressure-based turnover, making the Lions defense an under-the-radar streaming play this week. - KDTennessee Titans: The Westgate Las Vegas SuperBook lists the Titans-Vikings game with the weeks lowest implied point total. This is quite impressive in a week with the Cleveland Browns facing a raw rookie signal-caller in Philadelphia. This low total, combined with the likely presence of Shaun Hill behind center, drives contrarian interest in the Titans aggressive defense -- a group led by legendary coordinator Dick LeBeau. The Titans were second in the league in 2015 in a unique stat termed QB contact percentage, which weighs the rate of hits and sacks. The Titans were third in blitz rate, sending added pressure on 43.1 percent of opponent dropbacks. The Titans are being drafted 29th on average among D/ST groups and owned in fewer than 2 percent of ESPN leagues, but they could make for a rewarding streaming option in redraft and fine punt play for daily fantasy this week. - JMIndividual defensive playersEric Kendricks, LB, Minnesota Vikings: Facing the Titans run-heavy exotic smashmouth scheme should lead to plenty of tackle opportunities for this up-and-coming every-down linebacker, who was regularly drafted outside the top 15 at the position this summer. Going a bit deeper, Oaklands Ben Heeney earned the green dot as the teams defensive quarterback and should see three-down exposure in the Superdome this Sunday. - JMKarl Joseph, DB, Oakland Raiders: Only Chip Kellys Eagles produced more plays than the Saints over the past two seasons, and New Orleans leads the league in pass attempts over this stretch. Enter Joseph, a hard-hitting rookie safety taken in the first round out of West Virginia, who gets to face the snap-happy Saints this Sunday. Joseph will work in the box against the run and in coverage, offering rare tackle upside for a rookie defensive back. Going a bit deeper, Denvers veteran safety T.J. Ward has played some nickel linebacker looks in the preseason, which suggests we could see him near double-digit tackles against the Panthers run-heavy attack. - JMBrandon Graham, DL, Philadelphia Eagles: The Browns have seen their offensive line erode over the offseason without much investment in replenishing talent, while the Eagles fortified their front with Jim Schwartzs aggressive Wide 9 arrangement. Graham always has been a capable edge menace, but now he should see the snaps and scheme that fit his profile. I also like shares of teammates Connor Barwin and Vinny Curry in this one. - JM Oakland Raiders Jerseys . NBA officials ruled the court unplayable in the Bucks final exhibition game on Oct. 25 because players were slipping, and the game was cancelled midway through the first period. Jim Plunkett Youth Jersey . -- Eastern Kentucky thrives off creating havoc for others. .com) - The Chicago Blackhawks aim for their third three-game winning streak of the season when they host the struggling Edmonton Oilers in Sundays battle at the United Center. Hunter Renfrow Raiders Jersey . Breaking three of his own world records on his way to winning in Paris, Chan silenced the critics and left the audiences standing in appreciation and awe. Josh Jacobs Jersey . Capitals head coach Adam Oates said Ovechkin was injured in the first period against the Vancouver Canucks on Monday and clarified it was not a head injury. Former Pakistan fast bowler and coach Waqar Younis believes Salman Butt should be recalled to the national team based on his recent form, now that he has served his ban for spot-fixing.Waqar was Pakistans coach during the infamous Lords Test in 2010, when Butt was found guilty of orchestrating the delivery of no-balls from fast bowlers Mohammad Amir and Mohammad Asif. All three of them served bans, but only Amir returned to the national team since.Waqar said he was in favour of Butt returning based on his recent domestic form, which included two centuries in the final of the Quaid-e-Azam Trophy that helped his team win their maiden title.He was playing really well and also he has served his sentence and punishment and I feel personally that everyone deserves a go, Waqar said to BT Sport. People are going to have different views. He is a good player, he is playing really well.Speaking to ESPNcricinfo during the first-class final, Butt had reiterated his desire to play for Pakistan again.I am knocking very hard on selectors doors, Butt had said after the second days play. I dont wannt to break [down] but I want to keep myself fit and keep my form alive.dddddddddddd With my wisdom, I am trying my best with the best of my intention. Being selected isnt my choice, its they [the selectors] who have to decide. I have a wish and always want to be in every squad. I have the capacity but that is something the selectors have to tell and decide.After the Asia Cup earlier this year, Waqar, Pakistans coach at the time, had intended to include Butt in the World T20 squad, an idea that was turned down by PCB chairman Shaharyar Khan. The PCB wanted Butt to play an entire first-class season to prove his fitness, form and utility.Butt was the second highest run-getter in the National T20 Cup this year, scoring 350 runs in eight innings. He followed that up with 749 runs at 49.40 in the first-class season. However, the PCB has been reluctant so far in the case of both Butt and Asif, and havent shown them the same leniency that was granted to Amir. ' ' '

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