Divisional Round – Bucs at Saints3 min read
We have completed the Wild Card Round of the 2020 Fantasy Football & NFL postseason! Which means we are onto the Divisional Round of the playoffs! With most season long fantasy football leagues complete, there are still daily and playoff leagues that are happening to feed our fantasy football appetite.
The fourth game of the Divisional Round is the Tampa Bay Buccaneers at the New Orleans Saints. Remember, my favorite players usually are on teams that have a Top Offense that can produce lots of Targets and Touchdowns! Let’s review who they are below in this game!
Tampa Bay Buccaneers at New Orleans Saints
Starters – Chris Godwin, (TB). Alvin Kamara, Michael Thomas, Drew Brees (NO).
Upside Plays – Tom Brady, Mike Evans, Antonio Brown (TB). Emmanuel Sanders, Tre’Quan Smith, Deonte Harris (NO).
Sleepers – Cameron Brate, Rob Gronkowski, Ronald Jones II, Leonard Fournette (TB). Jared Cook, Saints D/ST, Latavius Murray, Taysom Hill (NO).
The Buccaneers look to finally get a win this year against the Saints and they certainly can do so. Playing in New Orleans isn’t as intimidating without the full crowd in attendance that usually would present problems to opposing teams. Both teams have weapons but it seems to line up slightly more favorably for the Saints. Brees should be able to get plenty done through the air which favors: Thomas, Cook, Kamara and Sanders. Brady will have to throw as well as the Saints D/ST should be able to contain the majority of the running game for the Buccaneers. Evans has had his issues against the Saints so the likes of: Godwin, Brown, Brate and Gronkowski seem primed and ready to do their part to put the Buccaneers in a position to win. With the Saints at full strength (I recall images of Tyreek Hill having his way in a quarter on this Buccaneers D/ST) I anticipate we see the Saints offense be too much for the Buccaneers in a great game to close out the Divisional Round this weekend.
Keep up on the latest injury news as game time gets closer!
Find players that will have: Ability – Availability – Opportunity – Consistency – Advantage/Upside – Matchup
If your players are on an offensive team that can get many Targets and Touchdowns this season, you know I would be interested in them!
Missed any recent posts?!, check them out below as you get your mind focused on fantasy football opportunities!
- Divisional Round – Browns at Chiefs
- Divisional Round – Ravens at Bills
- Divisional Round – Rams at Packers
I hope everyone continues to stay safe and healthy! Enjoy the journey throughout the 2020 Fantasy Football Season!
Reference the Targets and TDs pages to see who is getting the opportunities and end-zone appearances in the 2020 regular season. Statistics courtesy of The Football Database , a great resource for your NFL players statistics. If you enjoyed the article please share it with others (via the social media links).
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