Colts vs. Eagles: Fantasy players to watch
Looking for some fantasy football advice? The Colts and Eagles both have plenty of good players who can help your fantasy team. What players should you play and which should you sit?
The Colts have a number of solid players on their team, as do the Eagles. Multiple players on both squads are good fantasy players. But with a tough matchup for both teams, who should you sit and who should you start?
Andrew Luck could be a sit depending on who your backup is. Luck hasn’t put up stellar fantasy numbers in his first two games, and faces a tough defensive line. He might not be a great option this week and should only be started if you have to.
Same goes for Marlon Mack. Mack played his first game of the year on Sunday, and looked okay. But he didn’t practice yesterday, so he is a little dicey as far as fantasy goes. Go with someone else who is more reliable and who will definitely play.
T.Y. Hilton should be monitored. He also didn’t practice yesterday, but he should still play Sunday. He is always a great fantasy option with being Luck’s number one option. I would start him again on Sunday and he should put up good numbers.
For the Eagles, not a lot of their team looks like a viable start. Carson Wentz is playing for the first time this year and could show some rust. They don’t have many healthy receivers and Jay Ajayi is day-to-day with an injury. The only Eagle who is a for sure fantasy start is Zach Ertz.
Ertz is always a reliable tight end and could get more balls thrown to him this week with the shortage of healthy wide receivers. He could have a big game, especially in PPR leagues. But he is the only Eagle who I am confident in this week.
Keep an eye out on injury reports before you start any of these players this week.