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Primetime Props: Chicago vs. Green Bay

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Sportzshala Betting analyst Minty Bets joins Fantasy Football Live to offer a couple of player suggestions as Green Bay hosts Chicago in its second week.

Video transcript

Matt Harmon: Oh, we’re back at the bookmaker’s. It’s comfortable. It’s cozy in here and thank God we have Minty to give us the best of the week on Sunday and Monday night games. Minty, I think you’ll surprise someone with this. So let’s start with your first appearance on Sunday Tonight Football.

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MINTY RATES: Yeah. Okay, my first will be Justin Fields over 35 and 1/2 half a yard. Now Fields is bluer than that in both games against Green Bay last season. He ran seventh among quarterbacks in the first week and fifth among quarterbacks last season.

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I think he should be able to get it over with easily. I mean, he’s agile not only because he’s young, but also because his O-line still needs a little work. So I like it here.

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Matt Harmon: Yeah. When Aaron Rodgers throws a hammer at the Bears on Sunday Tonight Football, Justin Fields can run there in trash time breaking those rushing yards. I love this call. This is the next one, Minty, you have no idea how much I need this to come true and come true many times over. So please give me good news about Aaron Jones.

MINTY RATES: Okay, I hope I’m here to bring good news. Aaron Jones over 29 and 1/2 receiving yard. Nathaniel Hackett mentioned that he wants his running backs to be more involved in this passing game. Jones recorded 27 receiving yards last week.

So having him set for almost 30 yards this week speaks volumes about how Jones will improve in this game. Against Chicago last year, he had 30 or more receiving yards in every game. So we’ll see Rodgers using Jones a little more in this game.

Matt Harmon: Yes, Minty, I will take responsibility for the number of times I throw up if Aaron Jones doesn’t get more than 30 receiving yards in this game because I’ve had him in so many fantasy leagues.



Source: sports.yahoo.com

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