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TOUGH ROAD AHEAD - SAQUON BARKLEY
Saquon Barkley has the worst fantasy playoff schedule of any RB. While he had his best game of the season against his toughest matchup of the year, all other 20+ point games came against positive matchups.
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RUSSELL WILSON - WEEK 14 🤔WEEKS 15/16 😀
If you have a fantasy QB that can get you past WEEK 14, Russell Wilson has two of the best matchups in WEEK 15 and WEEK 16 to help you bring home a championship.
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He’s averaging 111.2 yards from scrimmage on 17.3 touches per game over his past six games.
He hasn’t blown the doors off scoring with Mullens under center but Kittle has been a TE1 in all four of his starts and has averaged 10.3 targets per game over the past three weeks.
It’s another week to take a swing on Sutton if you need the upside. We mentioned last week that he had a string of bad individual matchups prior to last week’s stellar one and he had a season-high 33.3 percent of the team targets last week, turning them into a 4-85-1 line.
Wilson will lead a San Francisco backfield that has been productive through a number of players this season. Last week, Wilson played 72 percent of the team snaps, amassing 23 touches for 134 yards. The matchup is tougher this week, but Wilson also had nine targets in the passing game last week, giving him an opportunity to circumvent any struggles on the ground.
He has 20 targets over the past three games and has been the WR20 and WR3 over the past two weeks. The only rain cloud is that Marquise Goodwin is on track to return this week, but Denver has lost Chris Harris on the back end, leaving an opportunity for Pettis to continue to be productive if he can continue to find his way to 15 percent of the team targets.
He has another great paper play this week, but the Broncos have shown they prefer to limit him in these spots and run the football as Keenum’s best fantasy moments have come chasing points regularly.
Denver is beatable on the back end, but their pass rush is seventh in sack rate. The bottom line is that on a full week, Mullens is a tough sell in this spot.
The Bears have been great versus the run this season but have also faced one of the lightest schedules on the season in that regard and have allowed the Giants backfield (29-141) and Lions backs (21-100-2) to find success over their past two games.
The Rams have allowed a receiving touchdown to a running back in three of their past four games.
He’s on the road against a much better pass defense that ranks sixth in passing points allowed per game (13.6) but haven’t been overly challenged. Chicago has faced just four quarterbacks in the top-15 of fantasy scoring
Bears have allowed the lowest success rate on throws 15-yards or further this season, allowing 34.4 percent (22-of-64) to be completed, throwing a cloud on anticipating a ceiling game.
He hasn’t had more than five catches in a game since Week 6, but his floor is as good as they come. Woods has been a WR2 or better in four straight games and a WR3 or better in every game since Week 1.
The Rams are 25th in passing points allowed per game (17.7) and even if you remove their game versus Patrick Mahomes, they’d rank 19th. Trubisky still has concerns over the health of his shoulder, however, and if the return of Aqib Talib continues to have a positive impact of the Rams defense.
Taylor Gabriel/Allen Robinson
the Bears wideouts, Gabriel and Robinson are the ones who are viable WR3 options.
He’s largely a touchdown-only option unless we’re expecting a high-scoring, back-and-forth type of game.
In the two games that Adam Shaheen has been active, Burton has one catch on two targets.
He leads the team in touchdown receptions with six but has had three or fewer catches in 8-of-11 games and reached 50 yards in a game just once.
He hasn’t been inside of the top-30 scorers since Week 9 and has been the average RB41 in his eight games without falling into the end zone.
Miami has been pummeled by the run game all season, allowing 188 or more rushing yards in four of their past six games and got steamrolled for 175 rushing yards and two scores when these teams met earlier in the season.
Miami’s run defense is so porous that the New England run game could smother all the scores once again, but the Dolphins are also 24th in passing touchdown rate (5.8 percent) allowed, so there’s nothing to run from here outside of New England's ghosts of the recent past visiting Miami.
Miami is middle of the pack against slot wideouts, ranking 18th on the season.
This matchup doesn’t set up to limit the run game like a week ago where he lead the Pats in Receiving but White still was peppered into the run game and has had double-digit touches in 9-of-12 games this season.
He’s been a WR3 or better in five of his past six games but does have just eight total targets the past two games while averaging 5.8 targets per game over his past four games played with Gronk in the lineup. Also, Gordon will draw Xavien Howard.
He’s had just three receptions in each of his past four games and has had more than four catches in just two games on the season.
Hopefully they Drake use in the passing game, where he has out-target Gore 59-15 on the season. New England is allowing 6.3 receptions per game to opposing backs (28th) and are 23rd in receiving points allowed per game to the position.
He has five touchdown passes in his two games returning to the lineup but has thrown for just 204 and 137 yards. As a large underdog, he’s left in QB2 territory.
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He has at least 50 yards both rushing and receiving in each of his past five games while averaging 160.6 total yards per game over that stretch. The Browns are allowing 165.8 total yards per game to opposing backs (28th) and could be without Larry Ogunjobi this weekend.
Carolina has struggled defending the pass, allowing a top-10 scorer in four of their past five games, giving Mayfield streaming upside once again at home.
Panthers haven’t played well on the road and the Browns have only allowed two quarterbacks to finish inside of the top-10 this season.
The Panthers have remained solid versus the run during their defensive collapse, allowing 76.8 rushing yards per game to backs (seventh), but Chubb is a locked in top-15 back weekly at this stage due to his volume and scoring upside.
Landry remains a WR3 play with appeal to be more against a Carolina defense that has allowed four of the past five interior wideouts they’ve faced to post WR3 or better scoring weeks.
DJ Moore For as good as the Browns have been against opposing quarterback points, they have allowed modest production to wideouts, ranking 28th in receptions allowed (14.3) per game to opposing wideouts.
Carolina has allowed nine touchdowns to opposing tight ends (tied for the most) and rank 30th in receptions allowed (5.8) per game to the position.