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Starters for week 16
Score Pos Lock Name Team Vs. Comment
6 QB Philip RiversP SDC SFO Two unsatisfying games in a row for Rivers, and traveling to San Francisco in Week 16 doesn't bode well for his fantasy outlook. In fact, only once over the past five weeks has an opposing player enjoyed QB1 caliber success versus the 49ers defense. Rivers isn't throwing a ton of passes, per the usual, and has been intercepted more frequently of late. ( 220 yds pass with 2 TDs and 1 Int; 6 yds rush )
0 RB Denard RobinsonI JAC TEN
0 RB Jonas Gray NEP NYJ Gray led all New England running backs with 62 rushing yards last week, but Blount and Vereen saw the red zone action. With all three in the mix now none of these running backs are viable options for week 16. ( 42 yds rush; 1 catch for 4 yds )
6 WR Malcom Floyd SDC SFO Probably stands to gain the most from Keenan Allen's absence (broken collarbone), in terms of fantasy upside. Just two touchdowns in his last eight games, and he isn't a target monster, but Floyd is poised for above average fantasy production in Week 16. ( 4 catches for 58 yds and 1 TD )
6 WR Fantasy Football Lineup StudCalvin JohnsonP DET CHI The Vikings were able to keep him in check, something the Bears will not be able to do. Detroit is looking to claim a division title, look for the offense to pile it on this week. ( 7 catches for 106 yds and 1 TD )
6 TE Dwayne Allen IND DAL Now fully recovered from the ankle injury that forced him to miss two games, Allen has re-asserted himself as Indianapolis' No. 1 tight end. Consider Allen a strong play versus a Dallas Cowboys defense that has ceded the eighth-most fantasy points to opposing tight ends since Week 12. ( 3 catches for 45 yds and 1 TD )
10 PK Shayne Graham NOS ATL Graham looks like a decent play in what should be a high-scoring contest versus an Atlanta Falcons defense that allowed the fifth-most fantasy points to opposing kickers during the last four weeks. ( 4 XPs, 1 FG )
0 Def Philadelphia Eagles PHI WAS Mouth watering opposition here. Griffin will do his best to be sacked on broken plays and throw opportune interceptions at ease. Great play as the Eagles could mirror how the Cowboys bounced back after their embarrassing loss with playoff hopes on the line. Washington's offensive line is light years away from Dallas'. ( 4 sacks, 1 INT, 2 Fumbles, 19 Points, 260 Yards )
Bench for week 16
Score Pos Lock Name Team Vs. Comment
6 QB Andy Dalton CIN DEN Andy Dalton on primetime? Run away. Run far, far away. Make him prove us wrong on your bench. ( 238 yds pass with 2 TDs and 1 Int; 11 yds rush )
0 RB Andre EllingtonI ARI SEA
0 RB Chris Ivory NYJ NEP Only use Ivory if you don't have better running back options for this week. Last week he shared carries with Johnson. Ivory did find the end zone but this weeks opponent New England, have only allowed 5 rushing touchdowns so far this season. ( 53 yds rush; 1 catch for 6 yds )
6 WR Roddy White ATL NOS White is a strong play against a New Orleans Saints defense that ranked only 21st in fantasy points allowed to opposing wideouts during the last four weeks. The 10th-year pro has found the end zone in four of his last five games played. FRIDAY EVENING UPDATE: White (knee) took part in a full practice today. He is listed as PROBABLE. ( 7 catches for 73 yds and 1 TD )
0 WR DeAndre Hopkins HOU BAL SUNDAY MORNING UPDATE: Hopkins is ACTIVE for Week 16. However, he missed all practices this week, which suggests that Hopkins is less than 100 percent and may not play a full load of snaps. Factor in the shaky quarterback situation (Case Keenum/Thad Lewis), and Hopkins looks like a risky fantasy WR2/WR3 option for your playoff fantasy team. ( 5 catches for 64 yds )
0 TE Heath Miller PIT KCC Hopefully you have better alternatives, but this is a decent hail mary option as the Chiefs are short on options to defend the tight end. ( 4 catches for 46 yds )
0 TE Kyle Rudolph MIN MIA Bridgewater is looking to him more and more, he has become a sneaky good fantasy play.
3 PK Dan Bailey DAL IND All the Cowboy players are being undersold this week as there is no possible way that you can sit Bailey in what should be a back and forth game against Luck. ( 3 XPs, 1 FG )
Status: P = Probable; Q = Questionable; D = Doubtful; O = Out; S = Suspended; R = Rookie
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