Dynasty Recap – Week 7 – Vikings 28, Lions 19

Vikings

  • Quarterback Teddy Bridgewater got back on track with 316 yards plus two touchdowns. He struggled to start the season but more games like this put him back in the QB1 conversation.
  • Receiver Stefon Diggs continues to impress with six catches for 108 yards and a touchdown. It was also the first time he led the team in targets. Diggs has the potential to be a good WR2/3 in dynasty formats.
  • Rookie linebacker Eric Kendricks had six tackles plus two sacks, doubling his sack total for the season. More games like this and he’ll be a solid LB2/3 in dynasty IDP formats.

Lions 

  • Matt Stafford was on his way to get back on track with 256 yards and two touchdowns before getting hurt. Stafford could still end up in the QB1 conversation by the end of the season but it’ll take a lot.
  • Meanwhile, rookie Ameer Abdullah appears to have taken over the starting job permanently, leading the team with eight carries for 43 yards. He’s not quite setting the world on fire like other rookie runners but could still be a decent RB2 in dynasty formats.
  • Tight end Eric Ebron continues to string together good performances with five catches for 83 yards and a touchdown. He’ll need to be more consistent to enter the TE1 conversation but he could be a good buy low candidate.
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Dynasty Recap – Week 6 – Vikings 16, Chiefs 10

Vikings 

  • Quarterback Teddy Bridgewater had an average day with 249 yards and a touchdown plus two interceptions. More and more it looks like Bridgewater may not be making the leap to QB1 status.
  • Meanwhile, receiver Stefon Diggs caught seven passes for 129 yards. This after he caught six passes for 87 yards. He’s now starting thanks to an injury to Charles Johnson and could keep the job playing like this.
  • Linebacker Eric Kendricks had his best game so far with 10 tackles and a sack. Those are LB1 numbers if he can keep that up.

Chiefs

  • It was a dud of a debut for Charcandrick West as Jamaal Charles backup with just 33 yards on nine carries plus a fumble. It’s safe to say you don’t need to make any moves for him.
  • Tight end Travis Kelce continues to make due with five catches for 88 yards on seven targets. With the injury to Jeremy Maclin, maybe Kelce is in line for more targets.
  • Defensive lineman Allen Bailey had another big game with eight tackles and another sack. He’s quickly becoming a DL1/2 in dynasty formats.