Best Fantasy Combination

Ben Roethlisberger and Antonio Brown is easily the best (Quarterback – Wide Receiver) fantasy football combination in the world. With Antonio Brown being drafted #1 in fantasy leagues and Big Ben a top 10 Quarterback when healthy. These two are clutch in League play, especially leagues with bonus points for big plays. The best thing is their floor. Antonio is a target machine while Big Ben controls the playcalling from center. Moon Man is hurting without Martavis Bryant and his positive impact on the Steeler’s offense. Look for Ladarius Green and Sammie Coates to step up in Bryant’s absence. Fantasy Friends know Markus Wheaton will see increased targets but he is still a spot starter at best. Darius-Heyward-Bey is going to stretch the field and drops balls so forget about him. Regardless of the Pittsburgh Steelers lack of a true fantasy #2 wide receiver. WITHOUT the consistent monster game potential that Bryant presented. Moon Man still expects to combine the veteran group in hopes of big games. Big Ben knows best and is a solid bet in Daily Fantasy Sports.

His 500 yard weekly potential is matched by few Quarterbacks in the league. Combined with Antonio Brown’s performances in these big games. It’s as easy as Tony Romo to Dez Bryant. Moon Man Welcomes back the Cowboy’s prolific fantasy combination. Tony Romo offers a lower ceiling than Ben and Dez Bryant has a lower floor than Antonio. This combination is touchdown potent! Dez will acheive double digit touchdowns in 2016. Games in which he scores multiple tds happen more in comparison with other top ranking wide receivers like A.J. Green and Keenan Allen.

Dez is a threat to put up 100+ receiving yards weekly and could be in for his best season yet. Fantasy Friends are well aware of the Dallas Cowboys offensive line’s strength and expect Ezekiel Elliot to break 1,000 yards as a rookie. Dallas faces a Philadelphia Eagles secondary that is weak at cornerback. A Giants team that will need to build defensive chemistry. A Redskins team with an average secondary including the overrated zone coverage cornerback Josh Norman. That’s 6 games in which Dez Bryant should rack up fantasy number. Romo can be snagged in the mid to later draft rounds while Dez could fall to round 3 and 4 in some leagues. This is an attainable combination in leagues and offers matchup based combination value in DFS.

As Always,

(Teams Going Off + Thoughts Flexed In = Combination Lineups)

May the Fantasy Force be with you.

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