Packers QB Aaron Rodgers
Has left a lot of yards on the field this season and hasn’t adjust his style of play of fit the skill sets of teammates. Due to rebound big vs. the Cardinals.
Ravens RB Gus Edwards
Back-to-back games over 115 yards rushing. Falcons have given up 13 rushing TD and 5.1 YPC.
Panthers WR DJ Moore
I put him in the Circle vs. the Bucs for Week 9 and Moore disappointed with 1 catch for 16 yards. Last 2 games combined Moore has 15 catches for 248 yards and a TD. Devin Funchess status could impact Moore’s usage. Even if Funchess returns roll with Moore vs. the Bucs.
Raiders TE Jared Cook
Chiefs have allowed a league worst 812 receiving yards to opposing tight ends. Cook has scored a TD in back-to-back games.
Seahawks Kicker Sebastian Janikowski
Offense should be able to move the ball vs. 49ers defense.
Seahawks Defense/ Broncos Defense
Backup QB’s vs. an NFL defense can lead to the fantasy gold that is turnovers.
Raiders LB Tahir Whitehead
7 or more total tackles in 5 straight games.
Knicks PF Noah Vonleh
The 9th overall pick of the 2014 NBA draft by the Charlotte Hornets. Vonleh bounced around to the Blazers and Bulls before landing in New York. Vonleh is still just 23 years old. With 3 consecutive double-doubles, Vonleh is worth the pickup. The Knicks rotation is a mess, but Vonleh is a young player that’s finally getting an extended look. Has a 3-game slate this week.
Cavaliers PG Collin Sexton
24.1 usage rate for the month of November. 47% from the field and 83% from the charity stripe in his last 6 games. Scored in double figures in 8 straight games. There’s no reason the tanking Cavs should go back to George Hill in the starting lineup upon return from injury. Cavs play 4 games this week.
Pacers PG Aaron Holiday
Added a spark to Pacers offense with Victor Oladipo out of the lineup. Oladipo’s return will cut into his minutes, but Holiday could in turn take minutes away from Darren Collison and Cory Joseph. Speculative long term add for fantasy owners. 4-games this scoring period.
Eagles QB Carson Wentz
Doubtful that Wentz has another stinker this week vs. the Giants.
Vikings RB Dalvin Cook
Packers have allowed 100 plus yards from scrimmage to opposing running backs in 6 consecutive contests. Cook’s speed on turf will expose Packers linebackers lack of ability to play in space.
Broncos WR Courtland Sutton
Adds the dimension of verticulation to the Broncos offense. His career high is just 3 catches in a single game. Sets new career high as the Steelers safeties can get beat over the top.
Buccaneers Tight End Cameron Brate
With O.J. Howard out for the season, Brate is a worthy streamer vs. the 49ers.
Texans K Ka’imi Fairbairn
Titans have a bend, but don’t break defense which should give Fairbairn opportunities this week.
A tantalizing road matchup with Josh Allen and the Bills.
Bengals MLB Hardy Nickerson
Fills in in the middle with Preston Brown out for the year. Had 11 total tackles last week.
Pelicans SG/SF E’Twaun Moore
Shooting 48% from downtown and 56% from the floor. Has scored in double figures in 5 straight games. Multiple position eligibility will help daily players looking to stream Moore for his 4 game week. Home on Monday vs. the Spurs, followed by road tilts with the Sixers on Wednesday, Friday vs. the Knicks, and Saturday against the Wizards. Knicks and Wizards rank in bottom 3rd of league in points allowed.
Spurs PG/SG Bryn Forbes
Gets consistent minutes in the Spurs rotation and has knocked down a 3-pointer in 7 consecutive games. Can help balance out team free throw percentage with his 81% clip. 4-games this week on road Monday against the Pelicans, Wednesday home with the Grizzlies, then back to back road games starting Friday vs. the Pacers and Bucks. Daily streamers looking to get help in 3-pointers and Free Throw percentage could turn to Forbes.
Hornets SG/SF Jeremy Lamb
Back-to-back 20 plus point performances. 6 or more rebounds in 3 straight games. Plays 4 games this week home Monday vs. the Celtics, Wednesday at home with the Pacers, to the road on Friday against the Thunder, then out to Atlanta to take on the Hawks. Boston, Oklahoma City, and Indiana have the top 3 defensive ratings in the league. Lamb is still worth playing despite the tough matchups.
Giants QB Eli Manning
Home date with the defensively challenged Bucs. Tampa has allowed a league worst 122.3 opponents passer rating. Bucs have given up 23 passing TD and picked off just 1 pass.
Titans RB Dion Lewis
Colts have allowed 71 catches for 571 yards to opposing running backs this season. PPR Flex this week.
Eagles WR Alshon Jeffery
Saints have allowed 12 TD to opposing WR this season. Shootout in New Orleans.
Broncos TE Jeff Heuerman
Opposing tight ends have been targeted 73 times this season vs. the Chargers. With 6 teams on a bye Heuerman is a decent dart throw.
Buccaneers K Cairo Santos
Giants have allowed the most fantasy points to opposing kickers. This could be a high scoring matchup of bad on bad football.
Home matchup with the free falling Raiders.
Chargers LB Jatavis Brown
Moves into the middle with injury to Denzel Perryman. Will Dazzle with his play vs. the Broncos.
Suns SF TJ Warren
Moved back into the starting lineup with back to back 25 plus point performances. Suns are the lowest scoring team in the NBA at 101.2 PPG. Warren can put the ball in the basket and that’s what the Suns need if they want to improve on a 2-10 record. 3 games this week on the road with the Thunder on Monday, a Wednesday home tilt with the Spurs, followed by a home game Saturday with the Thunder. Owned in 68.4% of ESPN leagues.
Knicks C Mitchell Robinson
Getting the chance to start in David Fizdale’s rotation. Robinson is a raw offensive player that will help fantasy owners with defensive stats. Robinson is averaging 1.8 BPG and 4.4 RPG in 18.0 MPG. 3 road games this week on Wednesday vs. the Thunder, Friday vs. the Pelicans, and Sunday against the Magic. Owned in 0.5% of ESPN leagues. Owners looking to streaming defensive stats can play Robinson.
Raptors PF Pascal Siakam
8 straight contests scoring in double figures. 7 or more rebounds in 6 of 13 games played this season. Siakam is starting and averaging 27.9 MPG. Head Coach Nick Nurse may have his hand forced to play Siakam more. 4 games this week Monday home with the Pelicans, Wednesday home against Detroit, followed by back to back road games with the Celtics and Bulls starting on Friday. Could get extra run in those since Kawhi Leonard doesn’t play back to backs. Owned in 36% of ESPN leagues.
Browns QB Baker Mayfield
Home matchup with the Falcons. Mayfield has thrown 2 TD in 3 straight games. The Falcons allow a 102.5 opponents passer rating.
Bears RB Tarik Cohen
Lions have given up 8 total touchdowns to opposing running backs so far this season. Cohen’s big play ability should keep him in your lineups.
Packers WR Marquez Valdes-Scantling
Dolphins don’t have enough talent in their secondary to stop all of the Packers weapons. MVS has passed Randall Cobb in the pecking order. MVS is worthy PPR Flex.
Redskins WR Maurice Harris
Opposing slot receivers have made the Bucs walk the plank this season. Harris is a worthy streamer if Jamison Crowder sits again. Harris caught 10 for 124 last week vs. the Falcons.
Saints TE Ben Watson
Bengals have allowed 53 catches for 602 yards and 5 TD to opposing Tight Ends. I picked up Watson to block him from getting used against me this week.
Chargers K Mike Badgley
All ACC selection at the “U” in his senior season. Kicked earlier this season for Chargers and takes over job from Caleb Sturgis.
Sacks and Turnovers will negate points and yards Cardinals will muster.
Chargers DT Corey Liuget
Should dazzle with his play vs. the Raiders turnstile offensive line.
Wendell Carter Jr.
Just 65.2% owned in ESPN fantasy basketball leagues. I was able to draft him for $3 in a keeper league. Has the highest defensive win share on the team at 0.2. Carter is averaging 11.1 PPG, 7.1 RPG, and 1.9 BPG. 3-games this week on the road Monday with the Knicks, Wednesday on the road with the Pelicans, followed by a Saturday home tilt with the Cavaliers. Buy low window may officially be closed on Carter Jr.
Knicks PG Frank Ntilikina
4-games this week Monday at home vs. the Bulls, on road Wednesday with the Hawks, Saturday vs. the Raptors, and Sunday back home against the Magic. 3 very good matchups for streaming. Ntilikina is a guard that can help daily players with defensive stats. Dynasty league players may want to pay attention to the 20-year-old Frenchman. Owned in just 7.3% of ESPN leagues.
Cavaliers C Tristan Thompson
With Kevin Love out for the next 6 weeks, Thompson should see significant run. Owners looking for boards and blocks should look to stream Thompson. 3-games this week a road matchup Monday with the Magic, home vs. the Thunder Wednesday, followed by a road game against the Bulls on Saturday. Thompson should be able to stuff the stat sheet vs. the Magic and Bulls. Owned in just 5.8% of ESPN leagues.
Cowboys QB Dak Prescott
Played well in 2 games before the bye, gets a new weapon added to arsenal in Amari Cooper. Good bye week replacement for Andrew Luck and Carson Wentz.
Browns RB Nick Chubb
Chiefs allow a league worst 5.4 YPC. With a new head coach and offensive coordinator I anticipate Chubb getting a full workload.
Broncos WR Courtland Sutton
50 yards or a TD in 5 straight games as the 3rd wheel behind Demaryius Thomas. With Demaryius gone, look for Sutton to add another dimension to the Denver offense. I own him in 4 of 5 leagues.
Panthers WR DJ Moore
The Buccaneers have allowed a league highest 20 receiving TD. Slot receivers have carved up Tampa Bay this season. Moore’s target share has increased each week.
Packers TE Jimmy Graham
Patriots have allowed 41 catches for 505 yards and 5 TD to opposing tight ends.
Panthers K Graham Gano
The Buccaneers give up an average of 33.3 PPG.
Have allowed a best 8 Passing TD so far this season. Titans offense is a mess.
Titans LB Jayon Brown
7 or more total tackles in 5 straight games. Should be busy vs. the run-heavy attack of the Cowboys.