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QB Ryan Tannehill TEN

Since the AFL/NFL merger, only 14 quarterbacks have produced seasons in which they averaged greater than 9 yards per pass attempt on 200 or more throws. Tannehill is very likely to become No. 15.

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RED ZONE: Target Analysis – Week 13

RB Aaron Jones and QB Aaron Rodgers Green Bay Packers

Aaron Jones did appear to get into the end-zone on the first play of the fourth quarter as he bounced it outside, however a holding call against the offense would negate the score. He got another chance late in the fourth and was stood up at the 1-yard line.

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5 UP/5 DOWN: Week 13

QB Sam Darnold NYJ

Darnold’s early season numbers were very inconsistent, but since returning after a four-week absence for illness related reasons, the former USC Trojan has been getting steadily better week by week. He has put himself at the very top of the quarterback streaming list with upcoming games at Cincinnati and at home against Miami.

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Thanksgiving Game Cleveland Browns

It's Battle Royale II but this time it's in Pittsburgh. Cleveland is still reeling from the players they lost in the last fracas and this is going to turn into another very physical game with a lot of penalty flags being thrown. Expect both coaches to fan the flames in an effort to keep their teams motivated.

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Goff has been bad the last three games there’s no denying that... This week is a strong bounce-back opportunity against a weak Cardinal defense coming off a bye week. It’s been five weeks since the Cards have held an opponent under 300-passing yards.

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RED ZONE: Target Analysis – Week12

DB Janoris Jenkins NYG

Late in the third quarter with just under three minutes left, Fournette kept the drive alive on a 4th&2 from the Titan 10-yard line. He made a catch on a screen pass and was tackled at the one and proceed to punch it in on the next play. Fournette would then get three cracks at breaking the plane again late in the fourth quarter.

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I said to buy David Johnson last week, and I’m going to say it again for all those who didn’t hear it. Johnson is going to bounce back soon and you want him on your team for when he does. You should be able to get him for dirt cheap for how bad he has been of late, so do it now.

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Coming off of a bye week, Kyle Rudolph is still available in 62 percent of leagues. He was highly touted during the fantasy draft this season, then came out of the gates really slow. He was hobbled with some nagging injuries but now seems to be feeling better and hitting his stride. If you can still get him I would advise it as he has five touchdowns in his last five games.

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WR Amari Cooper DAL & CB Josh Norman WAS

Things don’t look good for Amari Cooper. His schedule is challenging, and don’t forget that Cooper isn’t 100 percent. He has been playing through a nagging knee injury during a good chunk of the season.

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The Bucs have given up 340 yards or more in two of the last three games and have surrendered 11 touchdowns over that same span. Matt Ryan and the Falcons should be able to feast on this secondary, fire up Ryan this week and don’t look back.

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REAR-VIEW: Week 11 Recap

QB Mason Rudolph PIT

Mason Rudolph is starting to show his limitations as a passer against a Browns team that is finally healthy in the secondary. Rudolph threw for 4 interceptions and just one touchdown on an infamous night that he was hit with a helmet.

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THE DIVE: Week 12 “Expect the Unexpected”

QB Jeff Driskel DET

Can you really consider starting a Detroit Lions’ backup quarterback in Week 12? Maybe. With the inconsistent fantasy performances of Aaron Rodgers, Tom Brady, Drew Brees, and Deshaun Watson, it would not hurt to at least consider. Consider Jeff Driskel if your quarterback is on a bye week or faces a difficult matchup.

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RED ZONE: Target Analysis – WEEK 11

WR John Brown BUF

John Brown is having his best year as a pro as he seems to have found a home in Buffalo with Josh Allen. He’s provided a decent floor in fantasy lineups this year, as he has has 50 or more receiving yards in each game so far.

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5 UP/5 DOWN: Week 12


If Dak Prescott’s hot streak is to continue, he’s going to have to earn it, as his upcoming schedule includes a road game against that powerful New England defense next Sunday before following that up with a home game against another tough defense in Buffalo.

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Jameis Winston is going to have some bad passing defenses to play against coming up on the schedule, so Cameron Brate becomes a sneaky buy for all owners out there. Buy him now and play him without any worries against this upcoming string of awful defenses.

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RB Nick Chubb CLE

The numbers tell the story: Kareem Hunt has emerged as a third-down back in a backfield that resembles the Melvin Gordon/Austin Ekeler duo in its prime last season. Will Cleveland continue to operate a committee backfield for the rest of 2019?

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QB Jimmy Garoppolo SF

Garoppolo hasn’t been all that great this year and has just one 300-yard game on the year so far. But, that game just so happens to be against the same Cardinals he already torched. Garoppolo hasn’t done much this year, but this is a prime matchup for him if you need a bye week fill in at quarterback.

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RED ZONE: Target Analysis – Week 10


Tyreek Hill took off on a slant route from the line of scrimmage and just outran the coverage to the corner of the end zone. Kansas City would go on to lose this game on a couple of special teams blunders, but the offense is firing on all cylinders.

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5 UP/5 DOWN: Week 11

LB L.J. Fort PIT

The Pittsburgh defense/special teams has truly started to dominate opponents. Sunday’s game was the best one yet, as the latest edition of the Steel Curtain manhandled quarterback Jared Goff. If you’re lucky enough to own Pittsburgh, consider them a “set it and forget it” option the rest of the way.

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RB Damien Williams KC

This past Sunday, fantasy mangers woke up to find out that LeSean McCoy, who had struggled in Week 8 and Week 9, was a healthy scratch, leaving Williams as the Chiefs’ main ball carrier against the Tennessee Titans. Is Damien Williams the guy in the Kansas City backfield for the rest of the regular season?

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QB Lamar Jackson BAL

If not for his injury designation (as of Saturday afternoon), Lamar Jackson would be the top QB play for the week; but it's a testament to him that even with his score being dinged due to his "questionable" designation that he's in the Top 10.

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REAR-VIEW: Week 10

WR Jamison Crowder NYJ & Jordan Poyer BUF

Jamison Crowder is the only important receiver on the Jets with Demaryius Thomas falling off. Crowder had 8 catches on 9 targets for 83 yards last week. He is clearly the favorite target of Sam Darnold.

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After a rough few weeks, Winston has been playing better football as of late. This week he gets a juicy matchup against the Cardinals at home. The Cards have given up a league-high 24 touchdowns to opposing quarterbacks and have allowed over 400 yards passing in three of their last four games.

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WR Keenan Allen LAC

After this week, there may be a lot of worried Allen owners who are looking to deal. Allen had the monster game against Houston in Week 3, but hasn’t done anything sense. The good news is that after the bye week and in the fantasy playoffs, Keenan Allen has a great schedule.

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RED ZONE: Target Analysis

RB Josh Jacobs OAK

The first-round pick from Alabama is making a strong case for Offensive Rookie of the Year in 2019. Jacobs had nine red zone opportunities with two touchdowns last week. In the early stages of his career, he appears to have the makings of a generational player.

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5 UP/5 DOWN: Week 10

QB Ryan Tannehill TEN

Fans in Nashville are flying high since Tannehill replaced the horrific Marcus Mariota at quarterback three weeks ago. The former Miami starter has been lighting up the scoreboard since taking over, throwing for six touchdowns and rushing for another, all the while not scoring less that 20 fantasy points a game.

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RB Devin Singletary BUF

For this first time this season, Devin Singletary out-touched Frank Gore in a contest... The Bills would be idiots not to give one of their most explosive playmakers a sizable fantasy friendly role going forward.

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RB David Johnson tackled by DB Tracy Walker DET

After Thursday Night Football, it’s very evident that we will not be seeing the David Johnson that he were hoping for at any point this season. Over the last three weeks, Chase Edmonds and Kenyan Drake have both been better running backs than David Johnson has been at any point over the last two seasons.

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Matthew Stafford has been on fire as of late. He has thrown for over 340 yards and has at least three touchdown passes in his last two games. With Kerryon Johnson going down and without a reliable running game, the Lions are going to have to throw the ball even more.

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It was a wild week last week with massive scoring for several players. Daniel Jones led the quarterbacks in scoring, Aaron Jones had more points than any player, and Mike Evans is officially back.

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RED ZONE: Target Analysis – Week 8

RB Tevin Coleman SF

Tevin Coleman broke out in a big way on Sunday. He had five red zone opportunities (converted three for touchdowns) and had four total scores on the day... The San Francisco running game has been on fire this year and doesn’t look to be slowing down anytime soon.

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WR Odell Beckham CLE

A lot of people are going to be fed up with the Browns and are ready to move on from Cleveland. While they are by no means going to the Super Bowl, they still have talent that MUST be rostered and arguably started every week, and Odell Beckham is one of them.

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5 UP/5 DOWN: Week 9

RB Latavius Murray NO

For the past two weeks, Latavius Murray has taken advantage of the ankle injury that has befallen teammate Alvin Kamara, and largely because of Murray’s efforts, New Orleans just continues to roll from one victory to the next.

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GRAB BAG: Week 9

RB Raheem Mostert SF

Mostert had his highest number of carries since Week 3. If Breida or Wilson miss more time, Mostert is the main beneficiary of those vacant touches and with a Thursday night game against Arizona, a two-headed running game between Coleman and Mostert could emerge.

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QB Josh Allen BUF

Second-year man Josh Allen is having a good season. With at least one touchdown pass in all but one game this year, he has also cut down on his turnovers the past two weeks, only throwing two interceptions. This week the Bills welcome the Eagles to town in a matchup that should feature Allen’s big arm.

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We’d argue most would be OK with a more consistent WR1 option but that there is still room for improvement on Tyler Lockett's totals with games like this week against the Falcons are the perfect remedy. Lockett could, should, and absolutely needs to "go off" for over 100-yards with a long breakaway score against Atlanta.

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RED ZONE: Target Analysis

RB Latavius Murray NO

If you handcuffed Latavius Murray to Alvin Kamara, great job there. If you held onto Murray for this long and were able to get him in your lineup this week, even better job. Murray ran for 119 yards and two touchdowns on the afternoon and saw a whopping 12 red zone opportunities.

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