Houston Texans versus Cincinnati Bengals Monday Night Football Real Money Fantasy Picks 11-16-2015

Houston Texans versus Cincinnati Bengals Monday Night Football Real Money Fantasy Picks 11-16-2015

The Monday Night Football game will feature the undefeated Cincinnati Bengals to host the Houston Texans. DFS NFL draft managers an tune to ESPN TV on November 16th at 8:30PM Eastern Time to track the results of their fantasy roster picks.

They have met the past two seasons all resulting in low scoring games. Last year Cincinnati earned the 22-13 victory on the road to the Texans. Houston is 3-5 on the year but because of a down season in the AFC South they are in a tie with the Indianapolis Colts atop the division. They have been on the losing end of some ugly defeats this year with a 48-21 defeat at Atlanta and a 44-26 road defeat at Miami. On offense the team has had trouble sustaining their run game as they rush for 88 yards per game which is 29th in the league. Houston comes off a bye week and defeated Tennessee two weeks ago by the score of 20-6. Texans are 1-3 on the road this season.

The Cincinnati Bengals have an 8-0 mark heading into Monday Night Football. They faced the Cleveland Browns on a Thursday night on November 5th and came away with the 31-10 road victory. The week prior they held the Steelers to just ten points in their win. The team has been outstanding on both sides of the ball. They are third in the league in scoring offense by averaging 28.6 points a game. On the defensive side of the football the Bengals are surrendering just 17.8 points per game which is fourth best in the NFL.

Houston Texans QB:

Brian Hoyer

Hoyer has won the starting quarterback job for good. He is completing 60% of his passes for 1581 yards with 13 touchdowns and 3 picks. In the win against Tennessee Hoyer completed 65% of his passes for 235 yards with two touchdowns. In the blowout loss at Miami the Texans put up a lot of second half garbage yards which resulted in 273 passing yards with three touchdowns and a pick thrown by Brian Hoyer. A positive for Hoyer is the fact he has thrown for multiple touchdown passes over his past five games with two three touchdown pass performances mixed in there.

Houston Texans RB:

Alfred Blue

The Texans starting running back Arian Foster is out for the season with a torn Achilles. Former LSU product Alfred Blue leads the Texans with 74 carries for 273 yards with a touchdown. He is rushing for just 3.7 yards per carry on the campaign.

Houston Texans WR:

DeAndre Hopkins

The 23 year old wide receiver leads the Texans with 66 catches for 870 yards with six touchdowns. Hopkins is averaging 13.2 yards per catch which is a career low. He caught eight balls in the win against Tennessee for 94 yards with a touchdown.

Cincinnati Bengals QB:

Andy Dalton

Dalton is completing 67.4% of his passes for 2226 yards with 18 touchdowns and 4 picks. He had a very good game in the win against Cleveland completing 77.8% of his throws for 234 yards with three touchdowns. The veteran quarterback has thrown for three touchdowns in four of his eight games.

Cincinnati Bengals RB:

Giovani Bernard

The Bengals running back is sharing carries with Jeremy Hill. Bernard has 91 carries on the year with 511 yards with two touchdowns. Bernard is running for a career high 5.6 yards per carry average. Against Cleveland it was Bernard rushing for 72 yards on 13 carries for 5 ½ yards per run average

Cincinnati Bengals WR:

A.J. Green

The talented wide receiver for Cincinnati has caught 50 balls on the year for 702 yards with four touchdowns. Green is averaging 14 yards per catch this season. In the victory against Cleveland it was Green catching four passes for 53 yards. He has had issues getting into the end zone with just one touchdown catch in four of his past five games. After missing four games last year with injury Green has played in all eight games this season.

NFL Monday Night Football Fantasy League Picks

QB: Andy Dalton (Bengals)

RB: Giovani Bernard (Bengals)

WR: A.J. Green (Bengals)

TE: Tyler Eifert (Bengals)

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