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Mario Puig

Mario is a Senior Writer at RotoWire who primarily writes and projects for the NFL and college football sections.

Indianapolis (31) vs. Cleveland (28)

I think Deshone Kizer is going to be very good. The game is too fast for him right now and his accuracy might never be better than average, but he just doesn't get shook in the pocket. His ability to keep his eyes downfield throughout a play, even as it deteriorates, is unusual for a quarterback as young as him. That he's establishing himself as a feared runner means he might make himself a viable fantasy quarterback even before he establishes himself as one in real life.

Kenny Britt had a first quarter drop on a long back shoulder throw on the sideline. The defense was good and it would have been an impressive play if Britt had made it, but his failure to reel it in is problematic given how his first two weeks went. I don't understand why he's been so bad. He still looks fast. Rashard Higgins does not, but his developed skill set at wide receiver tasks could get him back on the fantasy radar at some point. Both Seth Dev

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