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Trust: Andrew Luck (I don’t expect the Colts to run the ball well and the Jaguars have already allowed two top-10 weeks to Aaron Rodgers and Philip Rivers), Allen Hurns (he’s yet to crack the top-40 this season, but he beat up this secondary a year ago and should see Darryl Morris inside when he’s in the slot), T. Hilton (he’s one of four receivers to see double digit targets in every game so far this season and he gets a lighter matchup than those weeks) Bust: Frank Gore (going to more two tight end sets aided Gore a week ago, but he still needed 21 carries to reach 82 yards against a much worse front than what the Colts will see from Jacksonville, who rank 7 in points allowed to backs so far), Blake Bortles (I’ve paused on chasing Bortles’ production from bad scripts a year ago as he has started the year as QB20, QB15 and QB22 while throwing six interceptions), Chris Ivory/T. Yeldon (this is a great spot as the Colts have allowed the second most points to running backs on the season, but Ivory sprained his knee and ankle during the game last week and Yeldon dropped to RB55 with a full workload extinguished) Reasonable Return: Phillip Dorsett (his matchup is much lighter this week as he should draw the softest of the Jacksonville corners in Davon House), Allen Robinson (he was held in check by Vontae Davis a year ago and there’s some real concern on Bortles’ inefficiency will continue limiting him, but the targets won’t be drying up), Jack Doyle/Dwayne Allen (the Jaguars have only allowed 86 total yards to tight ends so far, but have yet to face an offense that incorporates the position so heavily.

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Atlanta Trust: Greg Olsen (he leads the team in targets and yards and is facing a team getting shredded by tight ends so far to start the season), Cam Newton (Cam is at his best when facing little pressure and Atlanta can’t get to the quarterback) Bust: Cameron Artis-Payne (the matchup isn’t daunting, but he’s still not going to catch passes or have high odds at a touchdown), Devonta Freeman/Tevin Coleman (Carolina is allowing just 3.5 yards per carry to backs and their receiving usage is so level that it may cannibalize either from elevating a limited rushing game), Mohamed Sanu (outside of one busted play in Week 1, there’s not a lot to latch onto and he’s expected to be limited this week with the shoulder injury he suffered Monday) Reasonable Return: Matt Ryan (I still like Ryan as a lower end QB1 this week.

He has definitely gotten fat early on facing TB, OAK and NO, but similar to Andy Dalton a year ago, he’s taking off without having to force targets in one direction.

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