» Michael Crabtree had one big catch in Sunday’s game, but his speed was lacking. It’s hard to think he’s going to be a major fantasy factor in your league’s postseason.
» It was all set up for Andy Dalton to have a great day against a shaky Chargers secondary. And he gave you 10.50 points. That was the best matchup he has for the next few weeks, it’s time to move on from Red.
» Eric Decker is feast-or-famine. Not surprisingly, he’s eating well just a few days after Thanksgiving.
» Well hello there, Roddy White. It sure would’ve been nice to see a little more of this throughout the season.
» Well hello there, C.J. Spiller. It sure would’ve been nice to see a little more of this throughout the season.
» For the second straight week, Ladarius Green has a TD catch. He’s becoming a bigger part of the Chargers offense — at the expense of Antonio Gates.
» Read below what I wrote about Ryan Fitzpatrick. The same essentially applies for Carson Palmer.
» Nick Foles. Even when he makes mistakes, it works out for him. He played very well with a tough matchup today and his next three matchups are very favorable. He could be your championship QB.
» Andrew Luck struggled yet again today. With a tough schedule through the fantasy playoffs, hopefully you have a better option on your bench.
» Something to take note of: Ace Sanders led the Jaguars with eight catches today. He has seen an increased number of targets in recent weeks. Keep an eye on him as the season ends, it could impact his draft standing next season.
» In his last three games, Josh Gordon has 623 rec yards. Donnie Avery leads the Chiefs with 507 … for the season.
» If you spot-started Ryan Fitzpatrick, you’re probably not complaining about the 15 points he gave you. But those four turnovers (3 INTs, fumble) meant it could have been so much better.
» For all of the hype around the Mike Wallace signing, Brian Hartline is the true No. 1 receiver in the Dolphins offense.
» Julian Edelman has worked his way back to fantasy relevance. He topped 100 receiving yards today, accomplishing that feat for the second consecutive week.
» Last week, Ben Tate was mysteriously removed from the game in favor of Dennis Johnson. This week, Tate is over 100 yards with three touchdowns. Of course.
» So Trent Richardson gets benched, but is currently Indy’s leading rusher. Sure, he has just 13 yards … but still.
» Speaking of receivers who will see a big bump in their draft rankings … Alshon Jeffery. He’s definitely putting on a show today, but he’s been a quality producer all season long.
» Rashard Mendenhall is a matchup-based starter and he’s taking advantage of a good matchup against the Eagles with 60 rushing yards in the first half.
» Josh Gordon is reminding us that he’s a weekly must-start. You can expect him to be one of the top receivers off the board in next season’s drafts.
» Among the inactives, the biggest surprise was Stevan Ridley, who is listed as a healthy scratch. Bill Belichick does not mess around with fumblers.
» Chances are you weren’t starting Trent Richardson, but in case you happened to be on the fence, the news that Donald Brown is now Indianapolis’ starting running back should help make that decision a little easier.
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