Yes! Finally won some cash this week! So what if it was cents rather than $....a win is a win and we are going to continue our hot streak this week as the football season completes its home stretch. This week is going to be legendary, I can feel it in my bones.
The lineup is taken from Draftkings.com
QB - Kirk Cousins
“Kirt” is playing against the 31st ranked Lion’s pass defense, he is playing in a 1:00 pm time slot and at home. My guy is likely to go off this week and is a decent price. Let’s go!
RB - Phillip Lindsay
The dude is way down the list this week and it’s hard to understand why. He continues to impress when he’s given the ball and this week he faces a 19th ranked Houston run defense and has a coach that will do everything he can to play boring football. Thank goodness, Lindsay running the egg is never boring.
RB - Austin Ekeler
Another Colorado kid is still, somehow, averaging over 20 fantasy points per game according to Draftkings.com. This week he is going up against a porous, 28th ranked Jaguar rushing defense. Also, he’s clearly better than the Charger’s other options at RB.
WR - Sterling Shepard
This kid is dirt-cheap right now and he’s facing a not-so-good Philly defense in a “rivalry game”. This game speaks to me as one that will be a shootout and Shep should be a big part of it.
WR - Emmanuel Sanders
Sanders has been good but not great for the 49ers and I think he takes that next step in production this week against a “meh” Saint’s pass defense. This is a hard game to predict but I think that Sanders gets in the endzone in this one.
WR - Kenny Golladay
The dude is a big bad man and just continues to get better in Detroit. This week he is playing against a below-average Minnesota defense in a game that could explode. Also, Kyle Sloter is a beast.
TE - Vance McDonald
Talk about being a big, nasty dude, McDonald personifies those adjectives. He hasn’t put up a lot of points this season but in week 14 he is facing a terrible Arizona defense and we all know how well Vance Joseph schemes for opposing Tight Ends.
FLEX - Aaron Jones
Jones has been the king of hit-or-miss this year but this week against the Redskins, in a game the Packers need to win, he should own.
DST - Jacksonville Jaguars
The Jags are facing Phillip Rivers, a QB who seems to have hit the wall harder than even Peyton Manning in 2015. The guy is a turnover machine right now and the Jags should take advantage this week.