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James Davis

Daily Fantasy Football Picks Week 4 - ScoreStreak

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QB Touchdowns

Drew Brees
Hey guys! It's me, James again. You know, the guy who has recommended Brees in the top QB slot every single week so far this season. The good news has been that not many people have had 4 TDs in a game this year, and you haven't gotten burnt too badly. Right? RIGHT? Okay, I'm apologizing on Brees' behalf. But still! The match-up this week is as good as ever. Dallas was horrid against the pass last year, and may have gotten worse. HOLD, Brees owners.. HOLD!

Matt Ryan
I am a fan of one Matthew Ice Ryan this week against the Minnesota Vikings, for much the same reason I liked Brees last week. While Brees didn't deliver, Ryan has actually looked awesome this year, and the Falcons have shown no modesty around going for the jugular when up a ton. I think Matt Ryan puts up a great touch down number this week.


All purpose yards

Matt Forte
You can't feel great about Forte's ineffectiveness in the running game, but his 7 receptions per game leave him as likely a candidate as anyone to put up a huge all purpose yard game on any given day. On a day where a lot of studs are sitting, Forte makes a very interesting play.

Demarco Murray
Murray has been touching the ball an unreal 27 times per game this year, and the Saints haven't exactly been the 85 Bears when it comes to defending the run. The Cowboys seemed determined to get Murray his run, which is really all you can realistically hope for in a play like this: the opportunity.



Jimmy Graham
The clock is ticking on Graham and Brees as the premier TE/QB combination, but I think it still has plenty of legs. Graham has been targeted more than 10 times per game this season, and if history is any indicator, he'll keep turning those in to lots of catches. I especially love him here because I don't know who is supposed to cover him on the Cowboys.

Julio Jones
Jones leaped up into a 3 way tie for 3rd place in the NFL in targets, and his huge frame and jumping ability allows him to pull in more targets than most. He also gets to face Minnesota, who has no one to cover him at all. I love the Jones/Ryan stack as much as the Brees/Graham one.

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