The first 15 weeks of the fantasy season are in the books and we hope to play the fantastic league in Week 16. We’ll take a look here at some players’ stocks to decide whether it’s worth starting or sitting in the title game.
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Breshad Perriman, WR TB: That was obvious. In the first game without Mike Evans (hamstring), Perriman got absolutely bananas against the Lions, throwing in five receptions for 113 yards and three touchdowns on six goals. He moved on to role # 2, as expected, but exceeded production expectations. Chris Godwin has lost and this game has been injured and if he has to waste time, Perriman will see a very large share of the goal going forward. This was the best game of the season, but he also came into this game on a roll of one, with 13.7 and 16 fantasy PPR points, respectively, in his two previous games, respectively. He has at least five goals in three straight games, and Winston clearly throws the football his way. It will have a nice floor for the rest of the season because we know that Winston is going to seal the rock around a ton, regardless of the score or the way he plays.
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A.J. Brown, WR TEN: Another very obvious choice for this section. This wide range first appeared early, but it really starts to put it together consistently. He has scored 25.4 PPR fantasy points this week, his third game with at least 23.5 points in his last four games. The one dud there was a 7.5 point attempt, which is not at least a killer. He has three 100-yard games during that time and has just scored 13 goals against Houston. Tennessee is not a heavy team, but it is clear that this is their type when they go. It will be hard to get him in Week 16, despite a semi-tough matchup with the Saints. This rookie is a star in design and the value of his dynasty is high heaven right now, as he should.
Greg Ward, WR PHI: Ward climbed out of the practice squad to be the Eagles’ wide receiver. In fact, he was the only wide receiver to catch a pass for the Eagles on Sunday. (How crazy is that?) He ran seven of nine goals for 61 yards and a touchdown-winning play, good for 19.1 fantasy points. Wentz really found a rhythm with Ward in the final drive, as the two connected four times for 40 yards, including the game winner. He now has seven, three, nine and nine goals, respectively, in his last four games and can be considered the Eagles’ number one wideout for the rest of the season (as long as Nelson Agholor stays out). It would be a little risky to start him in season championships, but it will be an interesting DFS goal in weeks 16 and 17 as the Eagles play the Cowboys and Giants to close out the year.
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Randall Cobb, WR DAL: Cobb had a nice, fun little stretch in weeks 10-12, but this looks like a distant memory now and is totally useless for imagination. He finished this week with a catch for a negative three yards on two targets, good for an imposing 0.7 fantasy points. It was his third consecutive game of fewer than 10 fantasy points and has not scored five goals since Week 12. He is behind Zeke, Amari Cooper, Michael Gallup, Jason Witten and even Tony Pollard for the touchdowns. the offense. Not far ahead of Tavon Austin. Yes, Dallas has a serious offense, but it’s hard to be a factor when you’re behind so many players. It shouldn’t even belong at this point and it’s nothing more than a big shot at DFS.
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Phillip Lindsay, RB DEN: It’s been a snowy day in Kansas City, Denver has a novice leader, and the Chiefs are weak against running, so you think that would mean nice volume for Lindsay, right? No. He was given a season-low seven bears, which turned 32 meters, and failed to catch his two goals. How on earth in this situation do you give your lead just seven goals and two goals? He totaled 3.2 fantasy points, his fourth game with less than 10 points in the last five games and his best game was just 13.5 points. It’s getting harder to get him started at this point, even with the Lions coming out this week. But it is more interesting in DFS. It’s crazy that a man as dynamic as Lindsay has such little use. It makes zero sense.
Hunter Henry, TE LAC: Henry was a beast when he returned from the IR, striking out loud games in five outings. Its lowest imaginary total in this range was 8.7, but then became Chargers Week and has been rubbish ever since. In three games of the week, Henry’s best game was 11.9 fantasy points (Week 14), and in the other two games he failed in the top three. He has only nine goals in the last three games and has no more than three receptions in any of them. It is difficult to do much with such a low target share, however. It’s really hard to trust him in Week 16 with what we’ve just seen and if you have a different choice, you might be better off following that path. Henry is a talented man, but Philip Rivers plays like a lunatic, and Henry is not a focal point.