NFL Fantasy Football Draft News 10-9-2015

NFL Fantasy Football Draft News 10-9-2015

Seattle Seahawks versus Cincinnati Bengals NFL Real Money Fantasy Preview 10-11-2015

The Cincinnati Bengals will be at home to meet the Seattle Seahawks from NFL pro football on Sunday. Fantasy football draft managers can tune to FOX on October 11th at 1PM Eastern Time to track the results of their fantasy rosters.

The Seattle Seahawks will be on a short week after hosting the Detroit Lions on Monday night football and holding onto the 13-10 victory. It was a good defensive performance for the Seahawks in the win by limiting the Lions to 256 yards of offense with just 53 coming on the ground. Seattle is second best in the NFL in yards allowed by surrendering just 278 yards per game to their opponents.

The Cincinnati Bengals are a perfect 4-0 on the year. They hosted the Kansas City Chiefs last week and won 38-21. It was an outstanding offensive performance for the Bengals as they had a balanced 445 yards in their victory and went 4 of 4 inside the red zone. Cincinnati allowed 461 yards to the Chiefs and had a victory by margin by limiting Kansas City to 0 of 3 inside the red zone. The Bengals are second best offensively in yards gained per game (422) as well as fourth best in points scored per game (30.2).

Seattle Seahawks QB:

Russell Wilson

The fourth year signal caller has hit on 71% of his throws for 979 yards with five touchdowns and two picks. In the win against Detroit Russell passed for 287 yards with a touchdown. He ran ten times for 40 yards.

Seattle Seahawks RB:

Marshawn Lynch

Lynch had just five carries in week three against the Chicago Bears due to a hamstring problem. He missed the game on Monday night with the injury and is listed as questionable for Sunday.

Thomas Rawls

The rookie from Central Michigan has earned 35 carries on the season for 157 yards for 4 ½ yards per carry. He was inefficient on Monday night against the Lions as Rawls had 48 rushing yards on 17 carries for less than three yards per rush attempt.

Seattle Seahawks WR:

Jermaine Kearse

Kearse leads the Seahawks with 16 catches for 236 yards but has yet to catch a touchdown pass. He was targeted just twice last week against the Lions and caught two balls for a productive 84 yards.

Seattle Seahawks TE:

Jimmy Graham

The former Saint has caught 18 balls for his new team for 174 yards and two touchdowns. He was targeted five times on Monday night and caught four passes for 29 yards.

Cincinnati Bengals QB:

Andy Dalton

The Bengals quarterback has completed 67% of his throws for 1187 yards with nine touchdowns and a pick. Dalton has been haunted in his NFL career for not being able to win big games. For Cincinnati it’s all about playoff performance this year. He threw for 321 yards and a touchdown last week against Kansas City as he completed 17 of 24 passes.

Cincinnati Bengals RB:

Giovani Bernard

Bernard has been the most productive back for Cincinnati as he has rushed for 297 yards on 54 carries for a touchdown. He had 13 carries last week for 62 yards and a touchdown. Bernard is splitting carries with Jeremy Hill.

Cincinnati Bengals WR:

A.J. Green

The Bengals fifth year wide out is entering the prime of his career at 27 years old. Green has 25 catches for 417 yards and three touchdowns on the 2015 campaign. In week three A.J. Green had 227 receiving yards with two touchdowns on ten catches. Last week in the win against the Chiefs, Green caught seven balls for 82 yards.

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