The most unexpected takeaway from Sunday’s loss to the Ravens was the poor play of Andy Dalton.

Chris Baker is sitting on a bench with some little kid, and they’re both singing along. DeSean Jackson is dancing on the practice field. Everyone is having a great time, because as Gerald McCoy points out, it’s impossible to be in a bad mood when that song is on.

And Jameis Winston made up his own lyrics.

“‘If you know what I’m sayin’, Austin Johnson’s gonna be playin’.” Well done, Jameis.

It was a great intro to a great episode. The Bucs finally got to enjoy their new locker room, defensive coordinator Mike Smith said his guys couldn’t stop a marching band, and a bunch of players looked surprised when the cannons fired in Raymond James, even though they do it for every score.

I’m still looking to find someone on a team that projects to score a lot of points and has a solid market share of his team’s red zone looks. I’m just trying to do it on the cheap, and the pricing at DraftKings typically allows for that.

An easy way to quickly identify value is to use the consensus ranking from the experts here at ESPN and then compare them to the price list at DraftKings. If you find someone who’s listed as a top-10 or top-15 player at his position that week but priced way lower than that on the salary list, he is undervalued/mispriced and someone you should definitely target.

The most unexpected takeaway from Sunday’s loss to the Ravens was the poor play of Andy Dalton. Protecting the football has been one of Dalton’s best traits the last two years, but things fell apart on Sunday: 5 sacks, 4 interceptions, a fumble and a 28.4 QB rating. Dalton must play better to turn this thing around.steelers_122

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