The NFL is gearing up for Week 9’s vehicle blocking as the 2020 annual season continues. With some key games currently going on in Week 9, teams are sure to need some big time performances from their superstar caliber players. As running back continues to act as one of the more important conquering positions of imaginary football owners by 2020, this week will make no difference.
Whether it’s injury, COVID-19 or bad team-play, there are a few more options for both to start and get in a run-back position by Week 9.
RB will start on week 9
Dalvin Cook, Viking Minnesota
The Vikings Minnes chasing Dalvin Cook will step out of their life̵7;s match against rival Green Bay Packers. Cook has counted a total of four ground touches against Packers with three of those scores coming by ground play.
There was absolutely no reason to think the Vikings wouldn’t turn to Cook again in Week 9 before the Detroit Lions limping. With Lions full-back, Matthew Stafford and broad-eyed Kenny Golladay likely to miss Sunday’s NFC North clash, it looks like the Detroit defender will spend a lot of time on the pitch this time around – this will be only brought good omen for Cook and his fantasy football owner.
If Vikings wins this match, it is likely that considering the current injury situation of Detroit, Minnesota, will need to depend heavily on Cook, who is sure to be able to achieve another stellar performance.
Derrick Henry, Tennessee Titans
After taking the lead to a perfect 5-0 start to the 2020 annual season, the Tennessee Titans have since dropped two consecutive games to 5-2. While Tennessee is still in first place in the AFC South, the Titans will need to bounce back dramatically after losing to Pittsburgh Steelers and Cincinnati Bengals, respectively.
With the next Chicago Bears in Nashville, expect the Titans to do what they do best – handing the ball to the Pro Bowl behind Derrick Henry. Henry will enter Week 9 against Bears as the league leader in fast-rush pitches this season while also nearing the top of the list in quick touches. Although midfielder Ryan Tannehill will continue to be a factor for the Titans, Henry remains at the heart of this attack under the direction of attack coordinator Arthur Smith.
Titans are looking forward to beating Bears at home while doing so will need another major game from Henry, who has been somewhat controlled by his standards over the past few weeks.
David Johnson, Texas-based Houston
The Houston Texans is not a particularly good team. However, rival Jacksonville Jaguars is most likely even worse than the Texans.
With Jacksonville scheduled to make a midfield change against the Texans, Houston could use this opportunity to prove all doubters wrong by destroying cheetahs. Difficult in Week 9. With former Arizona Cardinal David Johnson being one of the Texas players should want to silence the most skeptics, it’s entirely possible Houston’s rookie is finally on board. Breakthrough last season against an underdog. Because Johnson could also act as a major factor in the Texas-based attack, the prominent former Cardinal could win some serious soccer fantasy scores against the underdogs. this time.
RB to sit for week 9
Jonathan Taylor, Indianapolis Colts
Even with the defeat of arch-rival Pittsburgh Steelers from a week ago, the Baltimore Ravens remain a very dangerous team in the AFC. With this week’s clash with the Indianapolis Colts slated to play a pivotal role in the AFC’s playoff picture, one can predict that head coach John Harbaugh will give his Raven more of a competition. play at Week 9.
With Raven always known for his ability to defend, even with a superstar and tournament MVP like midfielder Lamar Jackson, Colts is sure to have a hard time against Baltimore. Not only that, Colts is likely to fall behind in this game as Jonathan Taylor’s Indianapolis rerun will not be a significant factor after the first part of the game. Deserving Taylor even further, the companion Colts returning to Nyheim Hines could see some extra playtime against Raven as he was so important to the team’s elapsed game in addition to the fact that he was. had a great performance last week against the Detroit Lions.
Devin Singletary, Buffalo Bills
The Buffalo Bills relied more on the rookie running behind Zack Moss than on fellow pushover Devin Singletary, a concept that came into full force in Week 9 before the New England Patriots.
Since Moss was injured earlier this year, he seemed to be forgotten until made a sizable impact in Week 8 before the aforementioned Patriots team. With Moss showing his health back with his top-notch performance against New England, imaginary football owners can expect a more dramatic performance from the fastest racer of Week 9. in front of Seattle Seahawks.
As for Singletary, he will likely play a second time against Moss, unless the Seahawks offer a big advantage and both back and forth are needed to keep up with such attack speed. Even so, staying away from Singletary entirely during Week 9 is a much safer way to play.
Ezekiel Elliott, Dallas Cowboys
The Dallas Cowboys could take down the team’s fourth full-back position in Week 9 against the unbeaten Pittsburgh Steelers. With the Cowboys crimes failing to achieve anything since the departure of starting midfielder Dak Prescott, who will miss the rest of the 2020 campaign due to injury, neither did Ezekiel Elliott run again. be yourself because his production has decreased dramatically.
With the Sports Steelers being one of the best defenses in the entire NFL, there’s absolutely no chance for Elliott to have what happened against Pittsburgh – especially with the team’s situation below-center these days. . Elliott is not a factor in fantasy football as the Cowboys are simply a lousy and ineffective team at the moment, although it doesn’t seem like such a perception will change anytime soon.