DraftDay Championship Round Values & Top Plays
DraftDay has abbreviated their positional requirements this week, downsizing to one quarterback, and one flex. Prices are also very tight. To compensate, you'll probably have to punt a position with a $6,000 player. As we saw last week, it tends to be the cheap, little-used players who make a huge difference in tournaments.
Robert Turbin is an interesting punt play at minimum price. he saw seven carries last week and the Seahawks have been using him and Lynch in the backfield together some. Another Seahawk worth a look is Ricardo Lockette. With Paul Richardson out, Lockette saw his highest snap count of the season last weekend. He's still raw, but at 6'2", 211 with 4.34 speed, a big play is not out of the quesiton for him.
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QB Andrew Luck @ NE $20,550
Luck has a 76 percent market share of the Colts total yards and an 88 percent market share of their offensive touchdowns. Those numbers increase if you discount the 86 snaps he lost to Matt Hasselbeck. Earlier this season, Luck threw for 303 yards and two touchdowns against New England. Luck has the best chance of producing a solid fantasy outing regardless of game script.