Running back Justin Forsett found his form with 150 yards on the ground. It was against a weak defense but it’s nice to see Forsett be effective. With a lot of tread in his tires, especially for a 29-year old, we still like Forsett as a RB2 in dynasty rankings.
Linebacker Daryl Smith had a big day with 13 tackles and a sack for his best game of the season. He continues to produce at LB1 levels despite his age.
Running back Le’Veon Bell returned in style with 129 rushing yards and a touchdown plus seven catches for 21 yards. If there was ever any doubt about who the top dynasty running back should be, hopefully it evaporated with this game.
Receiver Darrius Hayward-Bey had a solid outing with four catches for 31 yards and a touchdown. He won’t be able to keep that production going when Martavis Bryant returns but could win the job for third receiver.
Linebacker Lawrence Timmons also had an LB1 day with 11 tackles and a sack. He’s up there with Smith as a bona fide LB1 in dynasty IDP leagues.
Ravens running back Justin Forsett continues to get the work, piling up 95 yards on the ground. He out touched Bernard Pierce 25-8 and continues to be a RB2 this year. I can’t imagine Forsett going anywhere next year and could be a value.
Falcons receiver Roddy White had a throwback game with nine catches for 100 yards and a touchdown. We’d still move on from him in dynasty formats.
Falcons linebacker Joplo Bartu led the way with 15 tackles. But with so much uncertainty between him and rookie Prince Shembo, it’s a situation to avoid.
Ravens linebacker Daryl Smith had a good day with 13 tackles and a pass defended. Smith continues to play at LB1 level and should be considered that in dynasty formats.
Ravens quarterback Joe Flacco had his best game as a pro with 306 yards and five touchdowns. Flacco has had a bit of a renaissance this year and is flirting with QB1 value in dynasty.
Ravens running back Justin Forsett continues to be the back to own in Baltimore with 111 yards rushing on 14 touches. He didn’t catch anything but has enough tread left on the tires to come back next year. If so, he’s a RB2 in dynasty.
Bucs rookie tight end Austin Seferian-Jenkins gradually gets better with four catches and 58 yards on five targets. His production should continue to increase and is currently a TE2.
Bucs linebacker Lavonte David had a big game with 14 tackles. He continues to rack up points in IDP despite being an outside linebacker. He’s a legit LB1.