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CORNER LOCKDOWN: Week 14

TRENDING UP

Jared Goff, QB, Detroit

Goff has been very serviceable for fantasy owners over the last two weeks. He has thrown for 580 yards with four touchdowns and no interceptions. The problem with Goff, is that he can’t string a bunch of good games together so there’s always the worry that he could give you an eight point fantasy day. But we like his chances in Week 14 against a Minnesota pass defense that just allowed nearly 370 passing yards to Mike White and the Jets.

TRENDING DOWN

Gabriel Davis, WR, Buffalo

Davis was picked by many to have a breakout 2022 campaign as the WR2 on a potent scoring offense. He’s had some touchdowns, but overall has been a disappointment. He’s combined for just six receptions and 53 yards over the last two games and isn’t getting the red zone looks he got at the beginning of the year. Davis has a brutal matchup against the young, but impressive Jets secondary on deck so he’s better left on the bench this weekend.

SHARK SLEEPERS

Cam Akers, RB, Los Angeles Rams

Akers has had quite the roller coaster of a season. From being named the starter in the pre-season, to being inactive mid-year for personal reasons, Akers has been through it. Now he’s back and getting serious volume. He received 17 carries last week and scored two short touchdowns. He should get close to the same workload tonight against the Raiders and should provide a nice fantasy day for those that start him.

Greg Dulcich, TE, Denver

The Broncos passing attack has been an absolute joke all season, but Dulcich has had a decent last few months. He’s had three double-digit fantasy performances over the last seven weeks and is coming off a very nice six catch, 85 yard day against Baltimore. It appears Courtland Sutton is very doubtful for this weeks game at home against Kansas City so Dulcich should be called upon early and often. Take a look if you need a tight end.

LOCK OF THE WEEK

D’Onta Foreman, RB, Carolina

Foreman has been very productive ever since he was named the starting running back for the Panthers in Week 7. He’s rushed for over 110 yards in four of the last six games and has found pay dirt four times. He’s a little banged up right now, but is coming off the bye and should be in line for a big game against the lowly Seattle run defense. A defense that’s allowing the fourth-most fantasy points per game to opposing running backs.

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Shark Staff Writer since 2008 hailing from Syracuse, NY. Die hard New York Jets fan.