Well the time has arrived. It is fantasy football playoff season. I hope you are on a roll entering your playoffs. If not, I hope you were able to back in. Either way, if you are in, let’s get you ready for week 14 with a few starts and sits.
Matt Stafford. There is a reason he is in the talks for MVP. He had one of his best weeks in fantasy last week against the New Orleans Saints. Keep him in your lineup this week. In the last 4 games against the Chicago Bears, Stafford has not been worse than 17 FPPG.
Matt Forte. The Jets have not been very strong on offense over the past couple of weeks. However, this week they have a matchup against the 49ers, probably the worst team in the league. They give up the most FPPG in the league, most rushing yards and most TDs to RBs. This is a good week to play Forte.
Doug Baldwin. The Seahawks are playing some strong football right now. Last week they rolled up 40 plus points. This week they have a strong chance at a good air attack. The Packers are allowing the 6th most FPPG to WRs over the last 4 weeks. There is a strong case for Baldwin this week.
Greg Olson. A matchup against the Chargers is a great Rx for an offense. Look at Olson to have a solid game. The Chargers have given up 35 FP to TEs over the last 3 games. This game could be a shootout. Stick with Olson.
Dan Bailey. The Giants have a bend don’t break mentality on defense. However, the loss of JPP could be huge against the Dallas Cowboys. Look for Bailey to have a strong game. The Giants have allowed 30 FGs and 10 FPPG to kickers. This is a no brainer.
Atlanta Falcons. Look for Vic Beasly and company to cause havoc on Jared Goff and his boys. Atlanta may be ranked 27th but there is nothing better than a Los Angeles Rams offense that ranks last iin the league to get rid of what ails you.
Ben Roethlisberger. I know this is an odd call, but Big Ben is tough start away from home. Along with that the Steelers are playing a Buffalo Bills team that has only allowed 15 passing TDs on the season. If you play him, play with caution.
James Starks. Starks is not a very viable option for the Packers any more. The emergence of Ty Montgomery has taken him away. He also lost carries to newly acquired Christine Michael last week. This coupled with the fact that Seattle only allows 15 FPPG makes him a sit.
Stefon Diggs. The one good things that Jacksonville has going for them is a solid pass defense. They are currently ranked number two in the league in this category. This secondary along with a solid pass rush against a weak Vikings o-line keeps Diggs on the sidelines.
Ladarius Green. We have talked over the past couple of weeks about chasing points. This is another example. Green had a huge game last week with 17 FP. Don’t go chasing against a Bills defense that has only allowed 3 TDs and 7 FPPG to TEs
Will Lutz. Lutz has struggled over the past 4 weeks. He has not scored more than 8 FPPG. Over those last 4 games the Bucs have averaged 5 FPPG to kickers. This makes Lutz very difficult to play.
Philadelphia Eagles. Not that you would be starting them any way after their most recent performances. They only have a combined 16 points in the last 6 games. They play a lethal Redskins offense this week who has not been kind to opposing defenses at all.
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