MERRY CHRISTMAS to everyone! It’s been a great year so far, and I wish you anyone in the finals of their yearly league good luck this week.
Luck – One of the most consistent fantasy guys throughout the year. He’s gets a great matchup with the Giants at home, where he’s thrown at least 3 touchdowns in 3 of 4 games.
Goff – With Todd Gurley’s health in question, we may see LA throw the ball a little bit more this week. He’s been terrible the last 2 weeks, but he gets an Arizona team that’s giving up over 25 points a game.
Allen – I say every week that his ability to extend plays are really impressive. He’s put up at least 19 fantasy points in 4 straight weeks, and seems to have a nice connection with Robert Foster. Buffalo will be down in this game, which should help the rookie pad his stats.
Mayfield – Baker had his best game of the season against this Cincy team and now gets them at home. With the Titans winning last night, Cleveland is eliminated from playoff contention so Baker could come out a bit more relaxed.
Chubb / Mixon – These guys put up a combined 45 fantasy points last matchup. Mixon has been the best running back over the past 2 weeks and should continue this week. I love both of these guys this week, with Mixon probably going under the radar as far as ownership. There’s also some Mixon narrative, as he’s come out and said he’ll be “way better” after not making the Pro Bowl.
Cook – Minnesota showed they want to establish the run, and they did that last week against Miami. Cook looked explosive and fresh consistently breaking off 6+ yard runs. Minnesota should control this game early, so expect another dominate performance from Dalvin.
Coleman – Renner brought up that last week was probably his last home game in Atlanta. They lost Ito Smith to a knee injury, so Coleman should receive a nice bump in touches this week. He did hit the 100 yard mark in their game earlier this year.
OTHERS I LIKE
Adams – 37 targets this month to go along with 25 receptions and 2 touch downs. He’s been the only bright spot in this offense and with Cobb expected to be out, he may see close to 20 targets.
Anderson – 25 targets over the last 3 weeks, and gets a bump again this week with Enunwa out. He’s also scored in back to back weeks.
Hopkins – Philly can’t cover #1 receivers. Hopkins goes nuts
Ridley – It’s up in the air if Julio Jones Plays, but Ridley did score his first touchdown of the year against this Carolina team. This team has packed it in, losing their leader for the year. Ridley should be able to explode from the slot today.
Hogan – With the unfortunate loss of Josh Gordon, Hogan should be the recipient of most of those targets. He did score last week albeit broken coverage, but he does have the ability to put up numbers given the target share.
Jarwin – tight ends vs Tampa. Plus, he’s seeing a lot more targets over the past few weeks.
Ebron – he gets in the box this week
Engram – No OBJ, and saw double digit targets last week.