The Cincinnati Bengals have been a team on the cusp of making a breakthrough for many seasons, and some believe that Marvin Lewis needs to find a way to get the Bengals over the hump, in a very tough AFC North division. The Bengals will have QB Andy Dalton leading the way, who will look to his favorite target in All-Pro wide receive A.J. Green (25pts). The Bengals brought in Brandon LaFell (20pts) to ease the departures of Mohamed Sanu and Marvin Jones this offseason. On the ground, the Bengals feature a two-headed monster in Jeremy Hill (25pts) and Giovani Bernard (20pts). Hill sees the majority of the action, especially around the goal line, so he might be the safer pick. If you’re looking to spend your last couple points on a Bengals player, consider taking a flyer on TE Tyler Kroft (10pts) who has been seeing action due to the injury to Tyler Eifert.
There was a lot of excitement surroosteunding the Dolphins this offseason with the addition of a new head coach as well as a new running back to lead the offense. So far things haven’t completely panned out as expected. Miami will have QB Ryan Tannehill (30pts) under center who has been inconsistent with ball security throwing almost as many interceptions as touchdowns this season. Tannehill will target a trio of wide receivers in Jarvis Landry (30pts), DeVante Parker (25pts) and Kenny Stills (20pts). The big offseason acquisition was RB Arian Foster, who will miss the game due to injury. With Foster being out, look for more touches to be spread around with Damien Williams (20pts) and Jay Ajayi (10pts) shouldering the load. Some value might be found with the Dolphins in two of their running backs in Jay Ajayi and Kenyan Drake, who both cost 10 points. With a running back by commission approach due to the injury to Foster, one of them could see increased touches if they are able to get anything going.