Eagle Eye Hot Takes! Studs and Duds

Each week Aiden Coleman and Landon DeHaas will help you dominate your fantasy football league!


Welcome to the first edition of the Eagle Eye’s new Fantasy Football column. Each week of the NFL season, TAHS resident fantasy football experts Aiden Coleman and Landon DeHaas will focus on some aspect of the fantasy football world.

In the first edition, they will review the studs and duds from week 4 and give their predictions for the top three starts in week 5.


QB: Kyler Murray: 22.62 points (289 yards 4 tds 1 int, 6 att 39 yds)
Kyler Murray is having a phenomenal year putting up 22 points on arguably the best team in the league while throwing 0 interceptions.

RB: Derek Henry: 25.7 Points (33 attempts for 157 yards 1 td, 2 rec on 2 tar for 20 yds)
Derek Henry is proving to be the most consistent running back so far with 20+ points in his last 3 games.

RB: Coradelle Patterson: 34.6 points (6 att 34 yards, 5 rec on 6 tar for 82 yds, 3 tds)
The veteran running back is becoming Atlanta’s biggest offensive weapon on back to back to back impressive performances averaging 20 points per game so far this season.

WR: Tyreek Hill: 47.6 points (11 receptions on 12 targets, 186 yards, 3 tds)
After a very slow, underwhelming last couple games, Hill finally got something going putting up the most fantasy points out of all players this week.

WR: Terry McLauren: 30.3 Points (6 rec on 13 tar with 123 tds, 2 tds)
Scary Terry had himself a week putting up 30 points with only 6 big receptions.

TE: Mike Gesicki: 16.7 points (5 rec on 6 tar with 57 yards and 1 td)
Gesicki is starting to come along with back to back 15+ point games.

FLEX: Deebo Samuel: 35.7 points (8 rec on 12 tar with 156 yards with 2 tds)
Samuel is starting out this year hot averaging 23.5 points per game.

D/ST: Bills Defense: 21.0 points.
The Bills defense went off against the solid Texan offense having 3 sacks, 2 fumble recoveries, and 4 interceptions while surrendering 0 points.

K: Justin Tucker: 13.0 points (3 fgm 3 fga 2xpm)
Very good performance while remaining the #1 kicker in the league.


QB: Lamar Jackson: 19.44 (316 yards, 1 td, 28 rushing yards)
Lamar Jackson is having an average year by putting up 18 points each week.

RB: Chris Carson: 4.1 (13 attempts with only rushing 30 yards)
Chris Carson isn’t as good as he should be while he’s on a team that passes more than runs. He has been averaging 10.3 points.

RB: Dalvin Cook: 6.4 (9 attempts with only rushing 34 yards)
He isn’t playing as well as he should be since he is coming back from an injury.

WR: Odell Beckham Jr.: 5.1 points (2 rec on 7 targets for 27 yds)
Although it was his second game back this season, it was a very underwhelming game as Beckham Jr. only caught the ball twice out of 7 attempts.

WR: Mike Williams: 2.1 points (1 rec on 4 targets for 11 yds)
Very bad game for Williams as he was averaging 22 points per game before this week.

TE: Travis Kelce: 6.3 points (4 rec on 6 targets for 23 yards)
Very underwhelming game for Kelce, mostly in part of Tyreek Hill’s huge game.

FLEX: Chris Carson 4.1 points (13 att for 30 yds, 1 rec on 1 tar for 1 yard)
Bad game for Carson as he was averaging around 15 PPG before this.

D/ST: Carolina D -6.0 points
This week was a super bad game for the Panthers defense as they couldn’t contain Dallas’ powerful offense. Before this they were averaging 11 PPG.

K: Daniel Carlson: 1.0 Points (0 fgm 2 xpm)
This week was a super inefficient game for him due to the Raiders offense being stopped by a powerful defense of the Chargers.


Ezekiel Elliott- Elliot scored two touchdowns against the Eagles and had one more touchdown against the Panthers.

Stefon Diggs-  Diggs had over 114 yards of receiving while having ten targets as well.

Davante Adams- Adams has over ten plus targets a game while having 18 targets against San Francisco 49ers.