Tuesday Night Football Fantasy Picks: Start 'Em, Sit 'Em for Titans vs Bills
Week 5 has been a strange one, and that will be capped off by an unusual Tuesday Night Football matchup between the Tennesse Titans and Buffalo Bills.
If you still have some fantasy football lineup decisions to make, we're here to help with the top fantasy football picks for Tuesday Night Football.
Who to Start in Fantasy Football
Start Devin Singletary, RB, Buffalo Bills: Even with Zack Moss returning, Devin Singletary offers some interesting value here. Even with Moss playing in Week 1 and 2, Singletary saw decent volume with 9.5 carries and an especially encouraging 5.0 targets per game. It wouldn't be a surprise if Moss were brought back into the mix slowly either, and that means Singletary's volume could be somewhere between that early workload and the 15.5 carries plus 5.5 targets per game he averaged over the last two.
Start Jonnu Smith, TE, Tennessee Titans: A.J. Brown is also set to return tonight, but that shouldn't be too much of a blow to Jonnu Smith's fantasy value. Smith was just 1 target shy of the team lead with 7 in Week 1 (when Brown last played), and he scored a solid 13.6 PPR fantasy points in that one. The tight end position is very thin in fantasy football this year, and Smith's 20 targets and 13 receptions through three games makes him a solid weekly option.
Sit John Brown, WR, Buffalo Bills: John Brown is questionable to play with a calf injury, and that makes him hard to trust. He's generally a guy who relies on efficiency over volume (more than 6 targets in only one of 10 games), and even if he does play, the possibility that he's slowed down by his injury is a big concern.
Sit Ryan Tannehill, QB, Tennessee Titans: Ryan Tannehill ranks just 15th among all QBs in fantasy points per game this season, and things aren't likely to get much better with the Titans sitting as 3.5-point underdogs (per FanDuel Sportsbook) tonight.
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