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Flex Projections for Week 17
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Choose a Scoring System:
Each TD 1-9 = 4
Each TD 10-39 = 4
Each TD 40+ = 4
Yards per Pt = 20
Each Int = -1
Yards per Pt = 10
Each TD 1-9 = 6
Each TD 10-39 = 6
Each TD 40+ = 6
Each TD 1-9 = 6
Each TD 10-39 = 6
Each TD 40+ = 6
Yards per Pt = 10
Each extra point = 1
Each 1-29 yard FG = 3
Each 30-39 yard FG = 3
Each 40-49 yard FG = 3
Each 50+ yard FG = 3
Each TD = 6
Each sack = 4
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Rank Pos Name Team Vs Rushing Receiving Fantasy
Yds TDs Rec Yds TDs
1RBMcCoy,LeSean PHIDAL1501440025
Without Sean Lee plugging up the middle of the defense McCoy will left to run free. 
2RBMurray,DeMarco DALPHI1251440022
With Romo likely sidelined, Murray will be the focal point on offense. Big game in the making here. 
3TEGraham,Jimmy NOSTBB00880220
Graham is a must-start against a Tampa Bay defense that ranks close to average in fantasy points allowed to opposing tight ends.  
4WRAllen,Keenan SDCKCC00465218
With five touchdowns in his last three games, Keenan is a prominent player you cannot afford to ignore. 
5WRGordon,Josh CLEPIT008120118
The Browns force fed Gordon last week, no reason to expect anything but the same. 
6RBForte,Matt CHIGBP951430018
The dual threat of by land and by land, Forte will get back over 100 yards in total offense this week.  
7WRMarshall,Brandon CHIGBP008110117
With everything on the line and the spot light the brightest, the Bears best wide out will not disappoint.  
8RBBell,Le'Veon PITCLE801430017
Quantity over quality, that works in our game.  
9WRThomas,Demaryius DENOAK007110117
No offense to Eric Decker but with Wes Welker out, Demaryius is definitely the surest bet to win your team a championship. 
10WRBrown,Antonio PITCLE008110117
Brown will get his minimum 5 receptions to match Jimmy Smith's record of games in a season with at least five receptions. He's also had success vs. Haden before, who may or may not play. 
11RBLynch,Marshawn SEASTL901320017
Beast mode will be out in full force after last week's wake up call. 
12WRFitzgerald,Larry ARISFO007110117
Big players show up for big games and he's one of the best. 
13WRGarcon,Pierre WASNYG008110117
Expect another huge PPR game from Garcon.  
14WRJackson,DeSean WASNYG006100116
It's been too long since DJax really went off. He's due for a massive breakout and the Cowboys offer the perfect opportunity for just that. 
15WRDecker,Eric NYJMIA007100116
Although not a sure bet to play given his thigh injury, Decker is on fire right now; he gained 117+ yards and at least a touchdown in three of his last four games. 
16RBMorris,Alfred WASNYG100100016
Morris has ran well over the past few weeks and New York is weak in every aspect on defense. 
17RBStacy,Zac STLSEA951215016
He'll have more success than people will think but it won't be enough for the scoreboard. 
18WRRandle,Rueben NYGWAS007100116
Randle will put on a clinic this week with Cruz out of the line up. 
19RBMathews,Ryan SDCKCC901215016
A workhorse back of late, Mathews will reportedly fight through an ankle injury suffered in Week 16 and looks the part of a borderline RB1 for fantasy. 
20RBMoreno,Knowshon MIANYJ601435015
No more than 15 carries in any of his last four games, nevertheless he remains a solid bet for RB1 level fantasy production. 
21WRWhite,Roddy ATLCAR00890115
White torched a rock-solid 49ers secondary for a season-best 12-141-1 stat line Monday night, so he should have some success against a Panthers secondary that has struggled on the road. Start him as a fantasy WR2.  
22RBJohnson,Chris NYJMIA801215015
Houston currently ranks 12th in fantasy points given up to enemy running backs, but you can toss that statistic out the window. The dispirited Texans have not been playing well for weeks. Consider Johnson a solid play as a fantasy RB2.  
23TEDavis,Vernon SFOARI00690115
He is quietly putting together a fantastic season in which he's currently tied for second in TD's by tight ends this year. 
24RBJackson,Fred BUFNEP701325015
Jackson is playing with a Broken rib, but New England is one of the worst NFL defenses defending against the run. 
25RBBell,Joique DETMIN450550115
Heavily involved in the passing game last week, a sneaky decent option this week. 
26WRGreen,A.J. CINBAL00690115
Green will get his. 
27TEBennett,Martellus CHIGBP00580114
The Bears tight end has been very active. 
28RBJennings,Rashad NYGWAS701215014
Given how soft the Broncos defense has become versus the run and especially now that Von Miller is on the shelf, Rashad is someone you'll want to find space in your lineup for. 
29TEWitten,Jason DALPHI00680114
While Orton dusts off the cob webs, he'll lean on his WR1 and tight end for the majority of his targets. Witten remains a TE1 given how inexperienced QBs go to the tight end. 
30WREdelman,Julian NEPBUF00880114
He's Brady's favorite receiving target and will see plenty of Brady's attention. 
31RBBaker,Edwin CLEPIT701210014
Baker is getting a long look at a role for next year, here or elsewhere. 
32RBEllington,Andre ARISFO351450014
His touches have increased and his speed will be a difference maker in this playoff atmosphere matchup. 
33WRBurleson,Nate CLEPIT00680114
Should Johnson be hurt, Burleson will be the one to pick up the slack. 
34WRHartline,Brian MIANYJ00780114
Hartline had his best game of the season when these teams met back in week 13. As the Dolphins running game continues to struggle, Tannehill will look for him often. 
35WRJeffery,Alshon CHIGBP00680114
With Bennett and Marshall getting the defensive attention, Jeffery will be a fantasy factor. 
36WRBaldwin,Doug SEASTL00680114
He's been a superb addition in the slot and will finish the regular season with career highs in receptions, yards, and touchdowns for a season. 
37WRBoldin,Anquan SFOARI00680114
Expect for him to have a big game as the 49ers will need to throw to move the ball. 
38WRBryant,Dez DALPHI00780114
Bryant's value takes a hit without Romo but Orton could still surpass expectations. Too talented to sit to matter the circumstance. 
39RBWilliams,DeAngelo CARATL701215014
Since Jonathan Stewart (torn MCL) is not expected to play, Williams will continue to operate as Carolina’s featured tailback. Start him as a decent fantasy RB2 against an Atlanta defense that has struggled against opposing running backs all season. UPDATE 12/28: Jonathan Stewart (knee) officially has been ruled OUT for Week 17, which makes Williams a safer play. 
40WRNelson,Jordy GBPCHI00780114
The return of Rodgers is good news, Nelson has hardly been in the end zone with Flynn at the helm. 
41WRHilton,T.Y. INDJAC00585114
Will the banged-up Hilton (shoulder) finally bounce back and hit pay dirt for the first time since Week 9 against a Jaguars defense that ranks below average in fantasy points allowed to enemy receivers? We think so. Start him as a fantasy WR3 or flex.  
42WRFloyd,Michael ARISFO00575113
Look for him to make a big play downfield that makes his stat line look a lot better than it would have been. 
43RBLacy,Eddie GBPCHI651315013
He is expected to play through injury, the return of Rodgers will limit his numbers a bit. 
44WRGinn Jr.,Ted ARISFO00475113
If Steve Smith (knee) is a no-go for Week 17, Ginn is expected to start in his place. Although he draws a favorable matchup against a leaky Falcons secondary, you should consider Ginn a high-risk/high-reward flex option or fantasy WR3.  
45WRWhalen,Griff INDJAC00675113
The rookie Whalen played with Andrew Luck at Stanford, and we're starting to see the two rediscover their chemistry. During the last two weeks, Whalen amassed 11 catches for 125 yards and one touchdown on 13 targets while running as the Colts' slot receiver ahead of LaVon Brazill. Consider Whalen a desperation flex option against a Jaguars defense that ranks below average in fantasy points allowed to opposing receivers.  
46WRCooper,Riley PHIDAL00470113
Cooper is due for a long touchdown and there's no better time than the present. 
47WRPatterson,Cordarrelle MINDET00470113
He has been the best receiver for the Vikings down the stretch. 
48RBBlount,LeGarrette PITCLE70115013
Another favorable match up against the Bills this week at home. The only issue with Blount is Ridley may eat into some of his carries. 
49RBBernard,Giovani CINBAL501220013
His touches are still limited, and the potential for a lemon is there, so there's risk in starting him but he can take it to the house every play. 
50RBIvory,Chris NYJMIA70115013
Ivory continues to share carries with Powell. 
51RBBlount,LeGarrette PITCLE70115013
Another favorable match up against the Bills this week at home. The only issue with Blount is Ridley may eat into some of his carries. 
52TECook,Jared STLSEA00575113
The lone bright spot for this offense. He'll find success in the middle of this defense. 
53TEGriffin,Ryan HOUTEN00660112
UPDATE 12/28: Making two consecutive starts in place of the injured Garrett Graham (hamstring – Injured Reserve), Griffin tallied a very respectable 11 catches and 128 receiving yards. The rookie will get the starting nod in Week 17. He looks like a solid fantasy TE2 play against a Tennessee defense that has struggled mightily against enemy tight ends. 
54WRStreater,Rod OAKDEN00565112
Losing his fantasy football luster now that Denarius Moore is back and given the fluctuating quarterback situation. 
55WRWright,Kendall TENHOU00665112
Wright is a must-play as a fantasy WR3 against a Houston defense that ranks well below average in fantasy points allowed to the wide out position. Tennessee likely will go run heavy on offense, so don’t expect a big yardage total. Wright scored against the Texans in Week 2.  
56TEMiller,Zach SEASTL00465112
He plays well at home and Seattle is going to need him to keep pressure down the middle. 
57TEOlsen,Greg CARATL00665112
Although Olsen hasn’t hit pay dirt in four straight games, he averaged nine targets, six catches and 62 receiving yards per contest. Start Olsen as a fantasy TE1 against an Atlanta defense that has struggled to contain opposing tight ends all season. He scored against the Falcons back in Week 9.  
58RBAsiata,Matt MINDET65100012
Peterson is out, so he'll get another chance as the starer. 
59RBDavis,Knile KCCSDC551215012
Apparently in line for an expanded workload this week. 
60RBMiller,Lamar MIANYJ551210012
Not the best of match up this week. Miami abandoned the running game as the whole offense struggled against the Bills last week. 
61TEThomas,Julius DENOAK00560112
Fitting that in this breakout season of his, Julius hauled in Peyton Manning's record breaking 51st touchdown pass. 
62WRDobson,Aaron NEPBUF00350111
Dobson looks to get back on track this week after being held to one reception last week.  
63WRJones,Jacoby BALCIN00350111
This is the week Jones gets open deep. 
64WRJennings,Greg MINDET00450111
Defenses have been clamping down on him, another day of disappointing fantasy numbers. 
65TEClay,Charles MIANYJ00450111
Clay is coming off another poor performance but he did post decent numbers when these teams met back in week 13. 
66RBGreene,Shonn TENHOU50100011
Greene is coming off a season-best 19 carries for 91 yards and one touchdown against the Jaguars. Can he compile a fantasy friendly stat line two weeks in a row? The Titans likely will go run-heavy against a demoralized Texans defense, so Greene could hit pay dirt for the second straight week. However, you still should consider him a risky touchdown-dependent flex option.  
67TELewis,Marcedes JACIND00550111
He has scored in four straight games. Although the Colts rank well above average in fantasy points allowed to enemy tight ends, keep rolling with the red-hot Lewis as a high-end fantasy TE2.  
68WRBoykin,Jarrett GBPCHI00655111
As Nelson and Jones get the attention of the defense, Boykin is free to grab more than a few passes. These numbers take a hit if Cobb is active and plays a significant amount of time. 
69WRNelson,David NYJMIA00440110
Nelson is coming off his best game this season but we would like him more this week if this were a home game. 
70TEWalker,Delanie TENHOU00545110
Consider Walker a decent play as a fantasy TE2 versus a Houston defense that ranks well below average in fantasy points allowed to enemy tight ends. Tennessee likely will go run heavy on offense, so don’t expect a big receiving yardage total. Walker scored against Houston back in Week 2.  
71WRWoods,Robert BUFNEP00340110
Upgrade Woods if Johnson does not play this week. 
72TEFauria,Joseph DETMIN0033019
The Lions tight ends gets a few looks, including some at the goal line. With Pettigrew out, the rookie will be the only pass catching option for Detroit at tight end. 
73TEMyers,Brandon TBBNOS0033019
Myers isn't a great option but he could sneak in a touchdown against the Redskins. 
74WRNicks,Hakeem INDJAC0069009
With Cruz out, Nicks will be in line for more targets. More targets against the Redskins is a good mix. 
75WRCotchery,Jerricho CARATL0023019
Roethlisberger loves him in the red zone. 
76RBBush,Reggie DETMIN75011008
Bell is digging into his playing time, but close to a hudred in total yards this week. 
77RBJones-Drew,Maurice OAKDEN55043008
Although Indianapolis ranks below average in fantasy points allowed to enemy running backs, the Colts have been playing a lot better during the last couple of weeks. Some doubt that Jones-Drew (hamstring) is 100 percent healthy, because he disappointed last week against what has been a soft Titans run defense. Consider MJD a weak play as a flex option. UPDATE 12/28: Jones-Drew (hamstring) took part in limited practices Thursday and Friday. He is listed as PROBABLE and is expected to start. 
78RBSpiller,C.J. BUFNEP60021007
Spiller only has 2 rushing touchdowns this season and has minimal fantasy value in his timeshare with Jackson. 
79RBPowell,Bilal NYJMIA50032507
While Powell is involved in the Jet's passing game he has only 1 rushing touchdown this season. 
80RBWoodhead,Danny SDCKCC30054007
Only two noteworthy games among his last six, as far as non-PPR formats go. 
81WRWallace,Mike MIANYJ0077007
Wallace has been inconsistent this season. Playing against the Jet's secondary should help his cause this week. 
82TECameron,Jordan CLEPIT0067007
Monitor the concussion, but if he plays he will be involved. 
83WRWilliams,Terrance DALPHI0057007
Without Romo, Williams becomes a very risky play. Witten and Bryant should be the only Dallas receivers to truly be counted on until we see what we got from Orton. 
84WRJackson,Vincent TBBNOS0057507
Consider Mike Glennon's favorite target a weak play as a fantasy WR3 or flex versus a Saints defense that has been very stingy to enemy wide outs.  
85RBRichardson,Trent INDJAC45043507
Consider the plodding Richardson a desperation flex play against a Jacksonville defense that yielded an average of 171 rushing yards and one total touchdown per contest to enemy running backs during the last two weeks.  
86RBGrimes,Jonathan HOUTEN55042007
UPDATE 12/28: Since Dennis Johnson (hip – QUESTIONABLE) likely will sit out Week 17 and Deji Karim (collarbone – Injured Reserve) has been lost for the season, Grimes is expected to get the start against a Titans defense that ranks near the bottom of the league in fantasy points allowed to opposing running backs. However, despite the favorable matchup, you should consider the 2012 undrafted free agent a desperation flex option at best. 
87RBJackson,Steven ATLCAR55021006
Atlanta’s featured runner scored six times in his last five games, but Jackson averaged just 3.6 yards per carry. The Panthers are very tough against the run, which is Jackson looks like a weak play as a flex option.  
88WRJones,James OAKDEN0066006
Expect a dip in his numbers as Nelson gets a bump with the return of Rodgers. 
89RBRainey,Bobby TBBNOS50021006
During the last two weeks, the struggling Rainey scored once, but he amassed just 71 total yards while averaging an anemic 2.1 yards per carry. He is not a recommended fantasy starter against a Saints defense that ranks above average in fantasy points allowed to opposing running backs. By the way, New Orleans usually plays well at home.  
90WRJernigan,Jerrel NYGWAS0056006
Jernigan will get a little extra work but nothing worth leaning on. 
91WRBrown,Mike JACIND0066506
Consider Brown a weak play as a flex option against an improving Indianapolis defense that has not allowed a touchdown pass to a wide out in two straight games.  
92WRJohnson,Andre HOUTEN0076506
Even if Matt Schaub gets the start over Case Keenum (sprained thumb – throwing hand), it's hard to like Johnson (wrist) as anything more than a flex option against a Tennessee defense that has been very stingy to opposing receivers. In addition, the dispirited Texans have been mailing it in for weeks. Sit Johnson if you have a safer option. UPDATE 12/28: Johnson (wrist) took part in full practices Thursday and Friday. He is listed as PROBABLE for Week 17. 
93WRHolmes,Andre OAKDEN0046506
Averaging five receptions for 85 yards over the past four weeks. 
94RBThomas,Pierre NOSTBB35053506
Thomas continues to disappoint. Since Week 13, he averaged 11 total touches and 37 total yards per game. Thomas also hasn’t scored since Week 10. Consider the ice-cold Thomas a weak play as a flex in a challenging matchup against a Buccaneers defense that ranks well above average in fantasy points allowed to enemy running backs. UPDATE 12/28: Thomas (eye) took part in full practices all week, and he is listed as PROBABLE for Week 17. 
95RBRice,Ray BALCIN40032006
A brutal season comes to a frustrating close. 
96WRSmith,Torrey BALCIN0046006
His inconsistencies make him too difficult to trust with an injured quarterback. 
97WRLaFell,Brandon NEPBUF0055005
The struggling third option in the Carolina passing attack hasn’t caught more than three passes in a contest since Week 11. Despite a favorable matchup against a soft Atlanta secondary, LaFell is too risky to trust in your starting lineup.  
98WRAmendola,Danny NEPBUF0055005
Amendola looks to get back on track this week after he saw limited snaps and targets last week against the Ravens. 
99RBThomas,Daniel MIANYJ40021005
Thomas missed practice earlier in the week, check his injury status later in the week if you dare to start him. 
100WRDurham,Kris DETMIN0055005
Somewhat involved, a lot of wide outs are also in the mix, but a bump in numbers if Johnson is indeed out. 
101WRKearse,Jermaine SEASTL0035005
He complements Tate extremely well and gives Wilson two legitimate deep threat targets. 
102WRKerley,Jeremy NYJMIA0045005
Kerley leads all the Jet's receivers in receiving yardage. He has been limited by Smith's erratic play. 
103WRMoore,Lance PITCLE0045005
Moore has caught more than three passes in just one of his last seven games played. He is not a recommended starting option.  
104WRRogers,Da'Rick INDJAC0045005
Unfortunately, Rogers' 6-107-2 stat line against the Bengals in Week 14 is starting to look fluky. During the last two weeks, the rookie caught a combined six passes for 65 yards. Consider Rogers a high-risk/high-reward fantasy WR5 against a Jacksonville defense that ranks below average in fantasy points allowed to opposing receivers.  
105WRSanders,Emmanuel DENOAK0045005
Sanders has developed into a very good secondary receiver. 
106WRWashington,Nate TENHOU0045505
Don’t chase Washington’s fluky 100-yard game from Week 16. The inconsistent third option in the Tennessee passing attack is a low-end flex option against a Texans defense that ranks well below average in fantasy points allowed to enemy wide outs.  
107WRStills,Kenny NOSTBB0035505
The situational deep threat hasn’t scored since Week 10, and Stills caught more than three passes in just one of his last nine games played. The rookie should not be on your radar.  
108WRAvery,Donnie KCCSDC0045505
Probably stands to gain as much as anyone, with Andy Reid resting so many starters. 
109WRCrabtree,Michael SFOARI0045505
As good as he is, Patrick Peterson will be a bit better in this matchup. 
110WRTate,Golden DETMIN0045505
Wilson does such a great job of spreading the ball around its tough to trust him week to week. 
111WRColston,Marques NOSTBB0045005
The Buccaneers rank near the bottom of the NFL in fantasy points allowed to enemy wide outs. However, Colston (back) likely will draw shadow coverage from elite cornerback Darrelle Revis. Consider Colston a weak play as a flex or fantasy WR3. UPDATE 12/28: Colston (back) took part in full practices Thursday and Friday. He is listed as PROBABLE for Week 17. 
112RBGore,Frank SFOARI5501505
This Cardinal run defense is for real and Frank Gore is about to find out. 
113WRJones,Marvin CINBAL0045005
Expect Jones to be the primary second target come January, especially in the red zone. 
114WRRoyal,Eddie SDCKCC0034004
While it's commendable that Royal's effectively played through relatively minor injuries, his fantasy upside is severely limited as compared to the numbers he put up in the early going. 
115WRMoore,Denarius OAKDEN0034004
His three catch, 17 yard stat line from last week is representative of how far he's fallen from fantasy relevance. 
116TEErtz,Zach PHIDAL0044004
Ertz's entire value is touchdown based. TD or nothing isn't the winning formula for a fantasy trophy. 
117TEGates,Antonio SDCKCC0044504
Continues to slide down the ranks of fantasy tight ends you talk yourself into starting. 
118RBRidley,Stevan NEPBUF4001504
Ridley is working his way back into New England's running game. Upgrade him this week if Vereen is out of action. 
119RBIngram,Mark NOSTBB30011004
Don’t chase Ingram’s fantasy outing from last week (13 carries for 83 yards). He is a situational runner, and it was only the second time all season that Ingram amassed more than 35 rushing yards in a game. We don’t recommend Ingram as a fantasy starter against a Buccaneers defense that ranks above average in fantasy points allowed to enemy running backs.  
120RBVereen,Shane NEPBUF10033004
Check his injury status prior to starting this week as he left last week's game with a groin injury. 
121TEPitta,Dennis BALCIN0044004
Flacco's best friend doesn't mean as much when Flacco is playing injured. 
122WRHopkins,DeAndre HOUTEN0034504
The struggling rookie has hauled in three or fewer passes in each of his last six games. Hopkins (ankle) draws a tough matchup against a Titans defense that has been very stringy to enemy wide outs. He is not fantasy starter material. UPDATE 12/28: Hopkins (ankle) practiced all week. He is listed as PROBABLE for Week 17. 
123WRMcCluster,Dexter TENHOU0044004
At the risk of sounding like a broken record, we have to insist that McCluster only makes it into your lineup in leagues that tack on points for return yardage. 
124TEChandler,Scott BUFNEP0034004
There are better tight end options for week 17 as Chandler has not scored a receiving touchdown since week 6. 
125WRDouglas,Harry ATLCAR0054504
He has been taking a backseat to Roddy White and Tony Gonzalez during the last few weeks. Although Douglas will go up against a Carolina secondary that has been burnable on the road, you should consider him a weak play as a flex option.  
126WRHixon,Domenik CHIGBP0044004
UPDATE 12/28: With Ted Ginn starting in place of the injured Steve Smith (knee), Hixon is expected to see some action in the slot. The little-used wide out, however, is not fantasy starter material.  
127WRCaldwell,Andre DENOAK0034004
Figures to show up in the box score, what with Wes Welker inactive. 
128TEMiller,Heath PITCLE0033003
He has not developed like we thought he would this year coming off the knee injury, but the Browns struggle vs. the tight end and Miller has had plenty of success in this matchup. 
129RBTolbert,Mike CARATL25031503
Despite the absence of Jonathan Stewart (torn MCL) last week, Tolbert touched the ball just three times. In Week 15, he touched the ball 13 times. Tolbert’s inconsistent workload and touchdown-dependent fantasy status makes him way too risky to trust as a starter on your fantasy bowl team.  
130RBTodman,Jordan JACIND20021003
With Maurice Jones-Drew (hamstring) starting again, the speedy Todman, unfortunately, has been relegated to a change-of-pace role. He won’t receive enough touches to fantasy relevant this week.  
131TEFleener,Coby INDJAC0033003
During the last two weeks, the ice-cold Fleener amassed just two catches for eight yards on four targets. The second-year pro draws a sweet matchup against a Jaguars defense that ranks near the bottom of the league in fantasy points allowed to enemy tight ends. However, we don’t trust the struggling Fleener as anything more than a roll-of-the-dice fantasy TE2.  
132RBGreen-Ellis,BenJarvus CINBAL3000003
The Bengals have had more success since relying more heavily on the ground, but the Law Firm is just a quantity back that doesn't even get the goal line anymore. 
133TECelek,Brent PHIDAL0043503
Celek has been more consistent in the red zone than Ertz. Still, both are a coin flip for one of Foles Tds. 
134WRMartin,Keshawn HOUTEN0043503
Although Martin has hit pay dirt in two of his last three contests, it's hard to trust a situational slot receiver as a fantasy starter. In addition, Tennessee has done a very good job of bottling up enemy wideouts. Martin should not be on your fantasy radar.  
135WRHemingway,Junior KCCSDC0033503
Gets the nod due essentially to Dwayne Bowe's concussion symptoms. 
136RBReece,Marcel OAKDEN10032503
Has minuscule fantasy value now that Rashad Jennings and Darren McFadden are splitting reps as the primary ball carrier. 
137WRBrown,Vincent SDCKCC0033003
Catches just enough passes to warrant a roster spot in extremely deep leagues. 
138WRLittle,Greg CLEPIT0033003
With Bess out the opportunity is there, but the Browns are correctly still not using him much. 
139TECumberland,Jeff NYJMIA0033003
Cumberland wasn't factor when these teams met back in week 13. 
140TEGresham,Jermaine CINBAL0033003
The Ravens are tough vs. the tight end. 
141WRMatthews,Rishard MIANYJ0033003
Matthews has not been a focal point of the Dolphins passing game down the stretch. 
142TEPaulsen,Logan WASNYG0033003
Paulsen falls in at the bottom of the barrel for tight end options. 
143TERivera,Mychal OAKDEN0033503
Not the worst starting tight end of the bunch, but Rivera doesn't exactly get a ton of work either.  
144WRSanders,Ace JACIND0043003
The rookie is not a recommended fantasy starter against an Indianapolis defense that has not allowed a wide receiver to score in two straight contests.  
145WRSanu,Mohamed CINBAL0023003
He has been surpassed as the Bengals #2 receiver. 
146WRUnderwood,Tiquan CARATL0023503
Aside from his fluky two-touchdown performance in Week 12, Underwood has been very disappointing as the Buccaneers' No. 2 receiver. He hasn’t caught more than three passes in a game all season. Underwood is not fantasy starter material.  
147TEHousler,Robert ARISFO0043503
San Francisco has incredibly athletic linebackers that will make his job a tough one all day long.  
148WRCobb,Randall GBPCHI0033003
The Packers are indicating the Cobb will be active for the game, minimal stats projected until his role becomes clear. 
149RBPierce,Bernard BALCIN3000003
The backup behind a shoddy line? Pass. 
150RBBrown,Bryce PHIDAL3000003
Don't expect the Eagles to get up as big as they did last week. Without being up by such a large margin, Brown's carries will be limited. 
151WRPettis,Austin STLSEA0033003
Eight catches in his last six games means his disappointing season is just about over. 
152RBBall,Montee DENOAK3001503
May wind up getting enough touches to matter, but is that the sort of thing you want to count on? 
153TEWright,Tim TBBNOS0043503
Wright's matchup is favorable on paper, but it's hard to trust the rookie against a fired up Saints defense at the Superdome. 
154RBMcFadden,Darren OAKDEN3001503
Scored a rushing touchdown in his return to live action, a week ago, but don't expect lightning to strike twice. 
155WRHunter,Justin TENHOU0023003
The talented-but-inconsistent rookie posted a goose egg last week. Hunter is way too risky to trust in the starting lineup of a fantasy bowl team, despite a favorable matchup against a Houston defense that ranks well below average in fantasy points allowed to opposing receivers.  
156RBOgbonnaya,Chris CLEPIT15032003
Ogbonnaya had his chance to etch out a meaningful role, but fumbled it away. 
157WRRoberts,Andre WASNYG0022002
With Fitzgerald and Floyd healthy, his contribution will be minimal. 
158TEQuarless,Andrew GBPCHI0022002
Not a lot of action of late, a risky start this week.  
159TEEllison,Rhett MINDET0032502
With Carlson out, Ellison gets a couple of looks. 
160WRWright,Jarius MINDET0012502
Not a lot of passing offense this week from the Vikings. 
161RBBanyard,Joe MINDET2500002
He'll be the backup this week, some runs as change of pace. 
162WRGraham,T.J. BUFNEP0022002
Graham and Goodwin have too many options ahead of them in Buffalo's passing game. 
163RBStarks,James GBPCHI2500002
Despite the spike in carries last week, Starks will be the backup to Lacy.  
164TEFasano,Anthony KCCSDC0032502
This offense appears too unpredictable to roll with someone like Fasano this week. 
165TEEifert,Tyler CINBAL0022002
Eifert is banking on a jump ball in the end zone to salvage his day, next year is the year. 
166RBGraham,Ray HOUTEN2001502
UPDATE 12/28: Since Deji Karim (collarbone – Injured Reserve) has been lost for the season and Dennis Johnson (hip – QUESTIONABLE) likely will sit out Week 17, undrafted rookie free-agent Graham will operate as the backup to fill-in starter Jonathan Grimes. Since Grimes is expected to receive the bulk of the Houston backfield touches, Graham should not be on your fantasy radar. 
167WROgletree,Kevin DETMIN0032002
The ball will be spread around too much to consider him 
168RBBrown,Ronnie SDCKCC2001502
As heavily as San Diego is favored, you have to think Ronnie will get more touches if & when his team rockets out to a comfortable lead. 
169TEWinslow,Kellen NYJMIA0022002
Winslow has not practiced yet this week as he has been limited with a knee injury.  
170WRHawkins,Andrew CLEPIT0022002
He has a niche role, but too risky and not enough reward for our game. 
171WRBrown,Marlon BALCIN0022002
Brown is a Flacco favorite in the red zone, but we can't expect them to get down there enough. 
172WRGivens,Chris STLSEA0022502
He hasn't topped 31 yards in five straight games and now gets Richard Sherman. Uh, no. 
173TEGreen,Ladarius SDCKCC0012002
No receptions the last three weeks, so to say Ladarius is a risky fantasy option would of course be an understatement. 
174RBTurbin,Robert SEASTL2500002
He's proven to be a great complement to Marshawn Lynch's running style in this offense. 
175RBHunter,Kendall SFOARI1500001
The lack of running game success will limit his touches. 
176TEMulligan,Matthew CHIGBP0011001
Mulligan and Hoomanawanui spend most of their time providing extra protection for Brady. 
177WRSimpson,Jerome MINDET0011001
Minimally involved. 
178TEHoomanawanui,Michael NEPBUF0011001
Hoomanawanui and Mulligan spend most of their time providing extra protection for Brady. 
179RBCunningham,Benny STLSEA1000001
Very little chance of him making an impact on this game. 
180TEMulligan,Matthew CHIGBP0011001
Mulligan and Hoomanawanui spend most of their time providing extra protection for Brady. 
181TEMcGrath,Sean KCCSDC0011001
Gets into the game plenty, even as the secondary tight end -- but he offers no fantasy upside. 
182TETamme,Jacob DENOAK0011001
Just goes to show, just because he's technically a cog in a prolific offense doesn't make him fantasy relevant. 
183RBGray,Cyrus KCCSDC1000001
The backup to Knile Davis, with Jamaal Charles inactive. 
184WRGoodwin,Marquise BUFNEP0011001
Goodwin and Graham have too many options ahead of them in Buffalo's passing game. 
185WRBrazill,LaVon INDJAC0011001
The second-year pro has dropped behind Griff Whalen on the Indianapolis receiver depth chart. During the last two weeks, Brazill hasn’t caught any passes and has been targeted just once. He should not be on your fantasy radar.  

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