The Final Spot: Quarterbacks For The Millions Maker Part 2
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So maybe for some reason last week didn't work out for you and you didn't win the million dollars. And maybe it REALLY didn't work out for you and you didn't win anything. No problem! You've got another chance to make up for it this Sunday. And if you've waited to fill your quarterback spot with your last pick, you've still got some options under $6800
Kirk Cousins $6700
Cousins just came off a surprisingly close loss to the Seattle Seahawks. If you're looking for the quarterback that is going to take your home team to a win, Cousins may not be the guy from week to week. But we're not looking for wins, just fantasy points. Arizona is 28th against opposing quarterback and just got torched by Peyton Manning. Cousins is obviously no Peyton Manning, but he has shown that he has the skills to be a threat under center. Every quarterback that has faced the Cardinals has gotten at least 250 yards and at least one touchdown, except for Philip Rivers, who tallied 248 total yards. Cousins has thrown for at least 250 yards in every game he's played in this season and has scored at least two touchdowns in every game except for his awful game against New York. Arizona gives up the fewest points to opposing running backs and the most points to opposing wide receivers.
Tony Romo $6100
If nothing else you can bet that you'll be one of the few people who start Romo. The matchup is better than you think. The Seahawks are 21st against opposing quarterbacks. And while they did face three of the top quarterbacks in the league in their first three games, they did just allow the aformentioned Cousins to throw for 283 yards and two touchdowns. Romo has started to heat up and has nine touchdowns on the season. Seattle gives up the third fewest points to opposing running backs. I know that Demarco Murray is good, but he won't be the Murray that we've seen all season this coming Sunday. The Cowboys will be airing it out this weekend.
Ideally it would be great to get a quarterback that costs a little more. But if this is the spot you're in, then you should be fine. Of the two choices, I would go with Cousins. I think Romo will have the opportunity to score points because the Cowboys will be chasing points all day, but I want no part of Seattle, at home, coming off a game that they should have dominated in more than they did against the Redskins. The Cardinals have some major issues all over the place and this could be a high scoring game with teams going back and forth.
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