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NFL Preseason PrizePicks Plays
Jake Luton Over 8.5 Fantasy Points
With Trevor Lawrence and C.J. Beathard not expected to play, it should be Jake Luton starting and getting a ton of playing time here in this Hall of Fame game. There’s a real chance we see Luton get 2.5-3 quarters worth of playing time, and that is hard to come by in these preseason games. My model has him for up near 10 FPTs.
Snoop Conner Over 4.8 Fantasy Points
The fifth-round pick out of Ole Miss should also see a ton of work, as both Travis Etienne and James Robinson will likely be out for this game. Snoop Conner has some TD upside on this team, and I would not be surprised if he leads the team in touches at the end of the night.
Tyron Johnson Over 3.4 Fantasy Points
With the likes of Davante Adams, Hunter Renfrow, Darren Waller and the first three RBs on the Las Vegas depth chart expected to either sit or play very little, there’s a good chance we see Tyron Johnson get a good amount of playing time here. My model has him for north of 5 points.
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