Yes, the Cowboys’ offense looked completely inept in Week 1, so why would I be suggesting a receiver from this offense as a play for Week 2? Simply put, it’s due to the matchup. Cowboys-Giants games, especially on Sunday nights, are typically back and forth affairs. Also, you may not have known, but Beasley quietly hauled in seven catches for 73 yards on eight targets in Week 1, leading the team. I expect to see this again in Week 2 as teams continue to load up on Ezekiel Elliott and put the pressure on Dak Prescott to win games. Don’t be surprised to see Beasley bring in another six catches this week while getting one in the end-zone. If you’re looking for a matchup play for a WR3 in seasonal formats, Beasley could be your go-to. In DFS, he will be a low-owned option on the cheap that could pay off big.
Ackert: Luis Severino may not fit into Yankees wild card plans, but former ace is still fighting to prove he can be trusted in playoffs
“I would say they factor in,” Boone said of the last few starts. “It all ...