Championship week! Are you playing in your league title game? If so, we are here to get you ready for your title chances. Whether it is one or two weeks, it is time to roll. Get your pens, pencils, and paper ready. Here is your week 16 starts n sits.
Nick Foles – The Philadelphia Eagles have a very good matchup against the Oakland Raiders. Last week Foles had 4 TDs and 25 FP. He should have similar numbers again this week. **Play with caution; if game is out of hand, he could see limited action in the second half. **
Christian McCaffery – The Bucs are a free for all when it comes to fantasy production. Anyone you start against them should have success. They have given up!
JuJu Smith-Schuster – With the lack of Antonio Brown, Smith-Schuster should see more targets. He has been an excellent surprise for the Steelers. He has an excellent matchup against the Houston Texans.
Greg Olsen – He had an impressive 26 FP last week against the Packers. His presence makes the Panthers offense top tier. Look for another solid performance this week.
Chris Boswell – He has eight or more points in four of his last five games. Three of those games he has 11 or more points.
Washington Redskins – Held the Cardinals to 15 points in 80 plays last week. I do not see that production out of the Denver Broncos. Especially if the play Paxton Lynch.
Jimmy Garappolo – He has been on fire since being named the starter. However, a week 16 matchup against the best defense in the league means sit him down this week.
Doug Martin – Martin was suspended Monday night for a rules violation. Coming back against one of the top 5 defenses is not ideal for Martin. Not ideal for you in your championship either.
Sterling Shepard – His performance last week would make anyone want to start him this week. However, the Cardinals have a better defense. They have only allowed five TDs to WRs in AZ.
Charles Clay – Clay was a viable option last week against the Dolphins. He scored 12 FP against his former team. Nonetheless, he does not show up against the Patriots. 5 or fewer points in 3 of his last 4 against the Pats.
Ryan Succop – The Rams have allowed an average of 6 FP to kickers. That totals are even lower away from Los Angeles.
Seattle Seahawks – They got abused last week. The Rams looked like they were training for the 2020 Olympics. Zeke Elliott may just do the same again this week.
There you have it. Your starts n sits for week 16. I hope that you are having a good year and advancing. The Guru is playing in 3 Championships this week. Dilly Dilly! Good Luck.week
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