Just did my first lineup of the week. I typically build from the bottom up. What I mean by that is shopping for the best value on the board and then filling in from there. First guy who jumped out at me was Rivers. Sitting at 7k on FD which is near the bottom of the solid QBs. I'm not sure what to expect from the Miami D, but I'll gladly take Rivers at home with all of his weapons healthy. I'd love to get Brees or Brady in there this week, but going with Rivers gets you an additional 2k spend elsewhere. If you're going to follow along with Rivers, then you gotta stack him with Keenan. That connection looked strong in week 1, even against that crazy tough Denver secondary on the road. Luckily, Keenan is still very affordable at $7100. The rest of the roster kind of just filled itself in from there. Rivers Marshawn Freeman Keenan Devante Parker (another tremendous value at $6600. I'll get to this more in a bit) Randall Cobb Gronk Tucker Cincy D Parker and Cobb both remain grossly undervalued. I LOVE Parker this week. It's a road game, but there figures to be a stadium that is half empty. Chargers might have the smallest home field advantage of any team in the NFL. Cobb is still super cheap too. I really liked what I saw in week one. His routes looked sharp, and Rodgers reminded us of the amount of trust he has in him. GB V ATL should be one of those matchups that you'd be wise to get as many players into as possible. While this particular lineup doesn't reflect it, but the NO V NE game is another one of those matchups. The Saints D made Bradford look like Brady in week one. What will they make the real Brady look like? I think Gronk is going to pay off for his big price tag this week. After seeing the TEs in week 1, I'm happy to just stay the heck away from all of them and go with the best. That being said, I wouldn't mind a little gamble play on Fleener this week. If Amendola is healthy is healthy, I wouldn't mind getting him in there. However, Amendola feels kind of like the check down guy for Brady. When you play the Saints, you don't need to check down too often. You know what you do against the Saints? You feed their former teammate Cooks! I'll definitely be working him into a majority of my lineups this week. In fact, I doubt I do a single entry without either Gronk or Cooks in them. The NE D didn't look special at all in week 1 either, and we all know what Brees is capable of in the dome. It's Michael Thomas time. I also wouldn't be surprised to see Ingram or Kamara have a nice game. Kamara is only $4700, so if you've got the stomach for it, he can free up a ton of money for the rest of your lineup. Another cheap look at RB is Cohen. He's a bit more expensive, but he also feels like he'll have a more defined role for Chicago. Buck Allen deserves a look for a cheap RB as well.