Womens Mark Ingram Jersey

4 daily fantasy players from the Saints and Redskins matchup If you’re a daily fantasy player Womens Mark Ingram Jersey , before each game I will look at three/four players from the New Orleans Saints and their opponent’s rosters that I would target in daily fantasy (based off their value and potential results). Obviously, Saints QB Drew Brees is a safe QB for daily fantasy leagues, but spending your money on a top-tier starting QB leaves you scraping the barrel to fill out the rest of your roster. So here are two Saints and two Redskins that provide the most bang for your buck. (Values from Fanduel.)RB Mark Ingram (NO) - $6,100With Alvin Kamara lighting the world on fire through the season’s first four weeks and Mark Ingram’s early season suspension, he’s an incredible value play this week. Look for the Saints to feed Mark Ingram early and often, and you know Mark is just itching to get back into the end zone. Ingram is an incredible $3,000 cheaper than the most expensive RB available this week, his partner-in-crime, Alvin Kamara.WR Michael Thomas (NO) - $8,900Thomas isn’t as great of value as Ingram this week, coming only $100 cheaper than the most expensive WR available in daily fantasy, but he’s still a solid option. Drew Brees is set to break Peyton Manning’s all-time career passing yardage record on Monday, and Michael Thomas should be one of the primary receiving options in the New Orleans offense. Start MT confidently this week in daily fantasy.WR Jamison Crowder (WAS) - $5,700Crowder, on the other hand, is another great value play www.neworleanssaintsteamonline.com , coming $3,300 cheaper than the most expensive WR available this week. The Redskins’ primary slot receiver, Crowder will be looking to give PJ Williams and Ken Crawley fits all night. If or when Alex Smith is forced to exit the pocket and extend plays, look for Crowder to be one of his first reads on a scramble drill.TE Jordan Reed (WAS) - $6,200Another Redskins receiver that should have a big game against the Saints secondary is Jordan Reed. The bugaboo with Reed is, and has always been, health. Reed just seemingly cannot stay healthy for an entire season. Who knows what will happen later in the year, but right now, Reed is still healthy and ready to go. He’s a dynamic pass catcher as a tight end, and coming $1,700 cheaper than the most expensive TE in fantasy this week, he’s a great match-up play.My full daily fantasy lineup this week: QB: Ben Roeshlisberger (PIT) - $8,400RB: Mark Ingram (NO) - $6,100RB: James Conner (PIT) - $7,800WR: Michael Thomas (NO) - $8,900WR: Jamison Crowder (WAS) - $5 New Orleans Saints T-Shirt ,700WR: Nelson Agholor (PHI) - $6,100nWR: ) - $6,600TE: Jordan Reed (WAS) - $6,200FLEX: James White (NE) - $6,600DST: Jets (vs Broncos) - $4,200 Discipline and doing the little things right.The Saints showed a lot of both traits on Sunday and for the first time this season looked like a team that didn’t need every ounce of their allotted 60 minutes to dispose of an opponent.Small details that give players an advantage over their opposition can start in the classroom with a coach, but even tinier seeds for success could be planted when a player goes home and does something as minute as getting a massage.I write this knowing that I’ll suggest to a friend that she have her son (whom has ambitions of playing in the NFL) read it as it offers a good example of the aforementioned.Attention to detail and mentally tough players have long been staples of successful Sean Payton operations down in New Orleans.It has to be, particularly for an offense that likes to throw everything including the kitchen sink at opposing defenses. This has been evident with the Taysom Hill packages that have been sprinkled into the offensive gumbo like a good file.Not that cheap store brand stuff either!I’m talmbout the one a friend of a friend hands you in a Gerber jar with the words file written in black permanent marker across masking tape. The Hill usage has yielded positive results nearly every time he’s touched the ball, and to have the confidence to go with him on the fake punt (2nd time this season) along with rolling out his package as much as they did, points to a coaching staff comfortable with the collective attention to detail it takes to run those plays successfully.They also seem to have done their homework on the advantages and disadvantages of taking the ball out of your Hall of Fame quarterbacks hands for 21% of the offensive snaps.From Payton putting emphasis on creating more turnovers in practice the week prior, to the defensive backs playing an outside shoulder technique and not biting on double moves, collectively there were small things that the team got fixed as a whole and it lead to their first true complimentary win of the season against the Giants.Miscellaneous ThoughtsAlvin Kamara will go down as one of the best 3rd round picks ever if he continues to be as productive as he’s been.Through 20 games of his short NFL career he’s scored 114 points.That’s a faster start than any other skill position player Payton has acquired in his time with the Saints.Dennis Allen making adjustments showed up promptly.One small detail worth mentioning is Marcus Davenport playing in a 2-point stance more often in pass rushing situations.That’s a coach allowing a player to do what he’s comfortable with.David Onyemata played more snaps than Sheldon Rankins. That’s significant because the Saints are reducing Rankins run down snaps and it keeps him more fresh for pass rushing situations.He forced 4 hurried throws and won very quickly at times with a refined spin move according to Rev.Payton really respected the Giants defensive front.For them to run on them the way they did was phenomenal.Twas a good example of the o-line imposing it’s will.They played playoff caliber football along the LOS.Thomas hinted after the game that his low numbers weren’t because he was ineffective but because of the attention he garnered.Payton probably noticed this and used him as a decoy to open things up for other guys like playoff Josh Hill.He still caught 4 passes on 5 targets.You can’t blank him out.Saints don’t win very often when Drew Brees fails to score a TD and yet they did just that against the Giants.New Orleans heads into their Week 5 Monday Night matchup vs. the Redskins with momentum, an extra day to rest (to get said maintenance) and a little bit more time for Mark Ingram to slide back into the ranks after being away the last month. All things positive, the Saints closed out the 1st quarter of their schedule above .500 for the first time since 2013. The objective at the start of the season was to come out the gates fast and as the curtain falls on Act I of “March to the Lombardi #twodat” they can look back and say mission accomplished. On to the Redskins and the fall of the next historic NFL record at the hands of Drew Brees.Who Dat!
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