Firing Up Case Keenum – Quarterback Streaming for Week Two

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Week One Streamer Results

Andy Dalton – 18.5 points
Phillip Rivers – 34 points
Sam Bradford – .8 points

It’s important to review your results, own them, and adjust for the future. Our #1 streaming option for week 1 was Andy Dalton who put up a respectable 18.5 points good for QB15, while Phillip Rivers was good for QB4. Sam Bradford on the other hand…well, lets not talk about that(QB34). My guess is it won’t be long until the Josh Rosen era is upon us.

Ryan Fitzpatrick shocked us all with an unbelievable performance against what we all thought would be a sneaky good defense in New Orleans. So without further ado, let’s find out week 2 Fitzpatrick.

Case Keenum vs Raiders

Keenum just threw for 329 yards and 3 touchdowns against the Seahawks and Emmanuel Sanders and Demaryius Thomas look rejuvenated. Meanwhile the Raiders look to be a mess and just surrendered 233 yards and 2 touchdowns to an offense that typically relies on Todd Gurley. According to Airyards.com Keenum was under pressure just 10.3% of the time and will now face a Raiders team who only managed to pressure Jared Goff 3% of the time. Keenum should eclipse the 24.2 points he put up in week one.

Joe Flacco vs Bengals

The Bengals managed to pressure Andrew Luck just 13.2% of the time behind a terrible offensive line, giving up 319 yards and 2 touchdowns. The Bengals also only gave up 75 yards rushing all of which leads us to believe Flacco will be throwing again against a suspect Bengals defense. The Bengals also gave up not one but TWO TE1 games in week one to Eric Ebron and Jack Doyle, making Nick Boyle an interesting flier at tight end.

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