On Target: Week 1 Stock Report
On Target: Week 1 Stock Report

This article is part of our On Target series.

Week 1 went about as swimmingly as a snitch with concrete shoes; the ugly Cincinnati-Baltimore game was all over Red Zone, we had pick-sixes every five minutes, David Johnson got injured in the third quarter and Le'Veon Bell had his worst ever career fantasy game. The format of this column will be different depending on the week and what I think is most helpful for you all, but this week we will be doing a simple "Stock Up, Stock Down" where I will look at 10 players who improved their fantasy outlook, or whose stock seems worse after one game.

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ABOUT THE AUTHOR
Davis Mattek
Davis Mattek has played DFS for a living for over a year and began in the fantasy sports industry in 2012. He is a member of the FSTA and FSWA.
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