Here are the recommended adds for Week 16:
Kellen Moore, DAL
Moore looked fully competent in the Dallas offense and did enough to earn a start. He showed enough too be evaluated for a #2 job next year and he should put up multiple TDs.
Zach Mettenberger, TEN
Mettenberger has proven to be a fantasy performer and despite turnovers, is worth an emergency start in 2QB leagues.
Christine Michael, SEA
Michael emerged as the clear lead for Seattle and is now safe to start until lynch returns. He’ll get plenty of touches and players and coaches alike are praising his renewed work ethic.
Jay Ajayi, MIA
This assumes Miller doesn’t start – if so then Ajayi is a feasible start in playoff games. If Miller plays Ajayi becomes far less desirable and is only a flex in much deeper leagues.
Donald Brown, SDC
With Gordon out Brown will carry the early down load. Brown has proven to be able to handle a big workload, so he will get the goal line work as well. He looked mighty startable.
Cameron Artis-Payne, CAR
Artis-Payne also emerged as the lead back for Carolina and is the clear leader in talent. He’s a dynamic back who will put up solid RB2 numbers while Stewart is out – which typically is a long time and you can bet they won’t rush him back as they are thinking Super Bowl.
DeVante Parker, MIA
Parker scored again and continues to be a bigger and bigger part of the Miami offense. Parker is worthy of a start in deeper leagues for the playoffs. He’s a lower end WR3.
Stefon Diggs, MIN
Diggs is available in most leagues due to a four game draught, but he is clearly still the best aerial threat for the Vikings and Bridgewater likes throwing to him in the red zone. He’s a WR4/5
Anquan Boldin, SFO
Boldin also was dropped in many leagues due to bad QB play and some inconsistency, but he is a performer at this time of year and safe to start as a lower end WR3 in the playoffs.
Will Tye, NYG
Tye has scored in consecutive weeks and earned a spot in the offense. Eli looks for him in the red zone as well. He’s an upper end TE2.
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