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Week 13 Fantasy Football Circle Of Trust

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.

 

IDP

Raiders LB Tahir Whitehead

7 or more total tackles in 5 straight games.

Week 15 Fantasy Football Circle Of Trust

Eagles QB Nick Foles

Giants have allowed the 2nd most passing yards in all of football. Foles has weapons around him and a solid scheme. Could help owners that lost Wentz or have been playing QB Roulette all season.

 

Packers RB Jamaal Williams

Scored in double digit points in the PPR format in 5 of his last 6 games. Also scored a TD in 3 straight games. Panthers give up just 89.5 yards per game on the ground.  With Aaron Rodgers returning, Williams should still see a solid workload.

 

Packers WR Jordy Nelson

Hasn’t scored a TD since Week 5. Hasn’t had a game over 35 receiving yards with Brett Hundley under center. Those that rode the storm out with Nelson will be rewarded this week.

 

Bonus WR Dede Westbrook

Goes off vs the Texans. Speed kills.

 

Raiders TE Jared Cook

Cowboys allow on average 5 catches and 53 yards per game to opposing TE.

 

49ers K Robbie Gould

9 field goals combined in his last 2 games. 49ers have the semblance of an NFL offense and Gould has reaped the benefits.

 

Vikings Defense

Rebounds in Cincinnati vs. the Bengals banged up offensive line. Big days for Griffin and Hunter off the edge.  

 

Panthers DE Julius Peppers

9.5 sacks this season on a snap count. This Future Hall Of Famer will be amped up  to play his former team and get to A-Rod.  

Week 3 Fantasy Football Circle Of Trust

Redskins QB Kirk Cousins

I believe the Redskins passing attack gets back on track vs. the Raiders in a shootout on Sunday Night Football.

 

Seahawks RB Chris Carson

This 7th round rookie out of Oklahoma State led the team in rushing last week. Thomas Rawls and C.J. Prosise are often injured. Eddie Lacy was a healthy scratch last week. Carson was the Seahawks best RB in training camp. Carson should be the lead back going forward.

 

*Bonus*

 

Bengals RB Joe Mixon

New OC Bill Lazor first priority should be to unleash this talented rookie.  Mixon’s speed and quickness could do some damage against a slower Packers defense. Mixon is worth a flex play to find out.

 

Browns WR Rashard Higgins

Game of the day bad on bad football in a road matchup with the Colts. Kenny Britt has been a nonfactor and Corey Coleman is hurt yet again. Higgins had 11 targets last week and should get plenty of looks this week.

 

Raiders TE Jared Cook

3rd in pecking order of Raiders receiving corps. This is more of a matchup play vs. the Redskins, who have allowed the most yards to Tight Ends this season.

 

Panthers K Graham Gano

Should be busy in a home matchup with the Saints

 

Patriots Defense

Home vs. the Texans. I don’t believe Deshaun Watson in his 3rd NFL game will figure out the Rocket Scientist’s defense.

 

Bengals DE Carlos Dunlap

Yet to get a sack this season, but will this week against the Packers.