Sport POLL: Which Lions-Broncos player will outperform their fantasy projections?
Fantasy Football Waiver Wire Watchlist for Week 13: Streaming targets, free agent sleepers include Daniel Jones, Tony Jones Jr., Laviska Shenault Jr.
Now's the time for owners to stay ahead on the fantasy football waiver wire and scout potential free agent pickups. Prior to Weeks 12 and 13, it could be smart to add guys like Daniel Jones, Tony Jones Jr., Laviska Shenault Jr. as streaming options or lotto-ticket stashes.We're not only looking for one-week solutions in our Week 12 waiver wire watchlist but also sneaky value for late in the season. The waiver wire is obviously thin at this point, but as injuries mount and bye weeks remove your fantasy studs from action, we must prepare for all scenarios. Week 14 will mark the last week with byes, but other factors will inevitably leave you scrambling for alternate options.
A win! It happened! Thewill not endure another record-breaking season after a walkoff win over the Vikings. Maybe, just maybe, this team can start producing some offense right in time for the most important part of the season – the fantasy playoffs. While drastic improvements are unlikely, at least things are trending in the right direction.
For the, questions remain revolving who exactly to trust. Melvin Gordon was the incumbent, but his days looked numbered the moment Javonte Williams was drafted. Meanwhile, the tandem of Jerry Jeudy and Courtland Sutton has a lot of potential, but is this passing game capable of supporting multiple receivers? Reminder: the below scoring includes 6-point touchdowns and 0.5 PPR.
Fantasy Football Start 'Em Sit 'Em for Week 12 NFL Thanksgiving games
If you make the wrong start 'em, sit 'em decisions on Thanksgiving, your holiday feast could be ruined by the sour taste in your mouth. Fortunately, we're here to help with Week 12 fantasy lineup advice for the three-game Thursday slate.Starting with the Bears-Lions matchup (12:30 p.m. ET, Fox), continuing with the Raiders-Cowboys matchup (4:30 p.m. ET, CBS) and finishing with Bills-Saints tilt (8:20 p.m. ET, NBC), there is plenty of fantasy football intrigue to digest with your turkey and stuffing. For some, the action might be casual to avoid talking to annoying relatives; but in fantasy, it's a critical Week 12 ahead with the season-long playoffs just around the corner.
Today’s Question of the Day is:
Which Lions-Broncos player will outperform their projections?
- Jared Goff (13.8 pts): 231 pass yd, 1.0 TD, 0.7 Int
- Amon-Ra St. Brown (8.4 pts): 4.8 rec, 48 rec yd, 0.2 TD
- Javonte Williams (14.2 pts): 68 rush yd, 2.8 rec, 24 rec yd, 0.6 TD
- Jerry Jeudy (9.5 pts): 4.0 rec, 57 rec yd, 0.3 TD
My answer: Gordon is not going away, but Williams continues to see an increased role and is making the most of it. 102 yards against the Chiefs last week shows that this is a player who can carry the load if desired, and projections have him as a clear RB1 this week. Meanwhile, Jeudy looks like the biggest threat in the air, but Teddy Bridgewater is not exactly the best at maximizing his receivers’ output.
This is the week to celebrate the Lions’ winning combination of Goff and St. Brown. Goff is clearly not a great option, but with three touchdowns and nearly 300 yards against the Vikings, he is coming off his best performance in months. One beneficiary of this breakout is St. Brown, who had 10 catches (!!) on 12 targets (!!) against Minnesota. This pass game is unlikely to be high-volume, but the rookie plays the type of role that could see plenty of action on most weeks. If he maintains this exposure, look out.
Who to start in fantasy football: Week 14 rankings, start-sit advice for PPR, standard, superflex scoring .
It's Week 14, and your fantasy start 'em, sit 'em decisions are coming down to the wire. We've compiled all of our Week 14 rankings for PPR, standard, and superflex leagues in one place to help you decide who to start.If you're looking for more analysis, click the links located throughout the article, which include DFS advice and injury updates (directly below).