Jordan Gingery
Feast or Famine - Week 13

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Every week I will pick and choose certain players that will produce above (feast) or below (famine) our Fantasy Sharks Player Projections. A couple guys every week may be obvious, but some might surprise you.

Feast

Shane Vereen, RB, New England

Fantasy Sharks Projection: 9 Points

Stevan Ridley is officially in the dog house. At the very least, Vereen will be on the field for all passing downs and he will get the ball in the red zone.

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Victor Cruz, WR, New York Giants

Fantasy Sharks Projection: 8 Points

Last week was bad. He is still the No. 1 wide receiver on the Giants and Washington is an even better matchup. The touchdown drought ends this week.

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Alshon Jeffery, WR, Chicago

Fantasy Sharks Projection: 7 Points

Jeffery continues to see plenty of targets each week and Minnesota has the fourth worst pass defense. Cha-ching.

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Famine

Colin Kaepernick, QB, San Francisco

Fantasy Sharks Projection: 23 Points

It’s unfortunate that you can’t play Washington every week. Kaepernick is back to low-end QB1 status against the surging St. Louis defense.

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LeSean McCoy, RB, Philadelphia

Fantasy Sharks Projection: 21 Points

Arizona only gives up an average of 81 rushing yards per game and one rushing touchdown every three weeks. Temper your expectations.

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Frank Gore, RB, San Francisco

Fantasy Sharks Projection: 21 Points

San Francisco likes to rest Gore down the stretch every year. Gore won’t be in for a lot of big games even though the playoffs are far from guaranteed.

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Greg Jennings, WR, Minnesota

Fantasy Sharks Projection: 15 Points

Woof. The terrible quarterbacks in Minnesota haven’t even been trying to get Jennings the ball this year. Cordarrelle Patterson is the future and he will be the focal point of the passing game going forward.