FantasySavvy Football: Week 11 Start’ Em, Sit ‘Em

By: Kevin Lewis

*Good for both daily and seasonal leagues.

START

QB Mark Sanchez @ Green Bay Packers ($6900) I think Sanchez makes a couple of mistakes in this game but given how cheap he is and how much the Eagles would have to score to compete in this game I think there is a good chance he repays his value.

QB Teddy Bridgewater @ Chicago Bears ($6600) He’s playing against Chicago’s piss poor defense and he has been a little better in the past couple weeks. I’d take a shot at him. If he goes for 250 and two touchdowns, he’s repaid your investment.

RB Jeremy Hill @ New Orleans Saints($6500) After watching his QB go 10/33 for 86 yards in the last game, Hue Jackson has to make the run a priority in this one right? Hill is averaging 5.3 YPC on the season, and his productivity can make everyone else’s jobs easier. That said, he’s liable to abandon the run if the Bengals go down big early so the game flow aspect of playing Hill is impossible to forecast. Basically if you’re going to play him you have to pray.

RB CJ Anderson @ St Louis Rams ($6500) Anderson had one of the greatest 70 yard TD catches you’ll ever see last week. Denver should be in front for a good deal of this game which means Anderson shouldn’t lack for touches in this game.

RB Shane Vereen @ Indianapolis Colts ($6500) Highest over/under on the season. There should be a lot of passing and Shane Vereen is the pass down back. It’s impossible to forecast what the Patriots are going to do but assuming Vereen actually plays a decent amount of snaps he has a high ceiling.

RB Jerrick McKinnon @ Chicago Bears ($5500) Common theme here is picking players going against the Bears. McKinnon will be hard pressed to score a touchdown here but the Bears give up a ton of big plays and I can see McKinnon doing serious damage in the passing game.

WR Greg Jennings @ Chicago Bears ($5300) The Bears clearly have issues stopping the pass, and while Jennings ceiling isn’t particularly high most of the time I like him a great deal this week. He’s also ridiculously cheap on Fanduel. If you have someone like Dez Bryant on bye week you can do a lot worse.

TE Travis Kelce vs Seattle Seahawks ($6200) It looks like Anthony Fasano isn’t going to play. If so, that should boost Kelce into the 80-90% snaps played plateau. The Seahawks give up the fourth most points to tight ends so hopefully it’s #FreeKelce week.

SIT

WR Michael Floyd vs Detroit Lions ($6300) He’s fallen off in recent weeks, takes a QB downgrade and is going against arguably the best defense in football. Pass.

QB Russell Wilson @ Kansas City Chiefs ($8300) Five total touchdowns in the four games since Percy Harvin was traded. The Chiefs haven’t allowed a rushing touchdown all season and have the #1 pass defense in the NFL. It could be a struggle for Wilson at Arrowhead.

WR Martavis Bryant @ Tennessee Titans ($7000) Titans are only allowing 232 passing yards per game on the season. A garbage time TD saved Bryant’s week last week. I think reality finally hits him this week.

WR Kendall Wright vs Pittsburgh Steelers ($6400) There isn’t a single Titans WR worth trusting at this point to be quite honest. I wouldn’t start him or Hunter until they show me some kind of consistent synergy with QB Zach Mettenberger.

TE Vernon Davis @ New York Giants ($5300) At this point, why should you trust him?

QB Andy Dalton @ New Orleans Saints ($7900)  While he won’t be as bad as he was last week, how can one start him with any certainty this week? I’d take my chances with a Bridgewater or Josh McCown before Dalton.

RB Frank Gore @ New York Giants ($7000) He had 81 yards on 23 carries and a TD last week. Even in a good week he averaged 3.5 YPC. He hasn’t gotten more than 17 carries twice all season. I honestly believe Carlos Hyde is a better start this week as I think he has a huge game.

WR Andre Johnson @ Cleveland Browns ($6300) He’s going to see a lot of Joe Haden and is playing with a guy in his first career start. There’s a shot he does well but his floor is ridiculously low for the week.

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2014 FantasySavvy Football: Week 10 Start ‘Em, Sit ‘Em

By Kevin Lewis

*Article geared more to Daily Leagues this week. But can be used for both.

Start ‘Em

WR Julio Jones, @Tampa Bay, $8,000- Jones has had a quiet recent stretch over the last four games which apparently has left an impression given his extremely reasonable price tag. Tampa is dead last in the NFL at defending WRs and Jones had a monster line the last time these two teams played. Depending on your RBs, Jones could actually be reasonably slotted as a WR2. Take advantage of that as it may legitimately never happen again.

WR Kelvin Benjamin, @Philadelphia, $6,700- Benjamin is a big, fast target who is heavily targeted in the redzone, priced very reasonably and going against a team who struggles defending the pass. Every game the Eagles participate in has shootout potential and if it happens that way on Monday it’s likely Benjamin will play a part in that. He’s a good bet to pay back his value in production.

TE Larry Donnell, @Seattle, $5,300- Actually advising starting a pass catcher in Seattle? Yes, I am. While Donnell can be frustrating and I’m not fully confident in this play, the Seahawks have given up the fourth most points to tight ends this season. They don’t give up much to wide receivers either and are great against the run. If the Giants are going to move the ball and score at all on Sunday I would think Donnell would have to play a part in it. And his dirt cheap price tag makes it worth taking the chance.

WR Davante Adams, vs Chicago, $5,200- This works best if you’re going to pair him with Aaron Rodgers. Adams is getting the majority of snaps as the third wide receiver in Green Bay’s prodigious passing attack and the already poor Bears defense are depleted in the secondary. I really wouldn’t be surprised to see a 5 catch/70 yard/1 touchdown effort out of Adams this week and the sheer possibility of that makes the $5,200 worth the shot.

QB Matt Ryan, @Tampa Bay, $7,800- I know how stressful Matt Ryan has been to own, whether in daily leagues or seasonal leagues. That said, the Buccaneers give up the second most passing yards in all of football and Ryan has had a week off that will hopefully help him. A Ryan/Jones stack for $15,800 combined actually isn’t bad at all. Hopefully the Falcons offensive line remembers to report to work as well.

RB Denard Robinson, vs DAL (London), $6,800- I’m not really keen on suggesting Jacksonville players with $$$ on the line but I’ll make an exception here. Dallas’ defense has still struggled this season despite the narratives that they are so much better. They still allow 4.6 YPC and one would think Jacksonville would try and keep the ball on the ground to make life a little easier for Blake Bortles. I think he’s a quality tournament play as he gives you a little wiggle room to go after big name WRs and is likely to make the modest investment worth it.

RB Justin Forsett, vs TEN, $6,500- Forsett averages 5.4 yards per carry on the season and the Titans give up 120 yards per game on the ground. A potential Ravens breakout makes Forsett that much more intriguing. He has a lot of yardage potential but the TD potential is somewhat capped by the presence of Lorenzo Taliaferro. That said, the $6,500 price tag is a reasonable one.

RB Bobby Rainey, vs ATL, $6,700- Rainey put up 87 rushing yards and 34 receiving yards last week. The Falcons let up the most fantasy points to RBs this year so Rainey is a good matchup assuming he gets the majority of the touches. This comes with a disclaimer though as I would closely monitor the injury situations of Charles Sims and Doug Martin.

Sit ‘Em

RB Frank Gore, @New Orleans, $6,800- 39 carries 107 yards, 2.74 YPC average. That’s Frank Gore’s numbers the last three games. I can’t think of a matchup enticing enough to make me want to start Frank Gore anywhere at this current juncture.

QB Josh McCown, vs Atlanta, $5,700- I know, I know. He’s really cheap, and he would be quite the contrarian play in tournament formats. Don’t take the bait though. He’s a journeyman QB who got embarrassed by this same Falcons defense and hasn’t played in a game since. This is part of the reason I am endorsing Rainey in the same piece.

WR Dez Bryant, @ Jacksonville, $8,400- I know how good Dez Bryant is and that he’s liable to explode every week. That said, I’m skeptical to drop coin on him this week because I believe Dallas will do whatever it takes to lessen Tony Romo’s load. Three step drops, and lots (and I mean LOTS) of DeMarco Murray could be in order. While Jacksonville’s secondary isn’t very good, I’m not sure Bryant is going to get enough opportunities to make the $8,400 worth it. Jordy Nelson is $8,500, Julio Jones is $8,000 and Randall Cobb is $8,600 and I’d rather pay for any of them.

WR Martavis Bryant, @New York Jets, $6,100- While I think Roethlisberger has another nice game in MetLife, I think he comes back down to Earth a little bit. Bryant is a pretty touchdown dependent player, so if Roethlisberger has a more mortal performance on Sunday, where does that leave Bryant? I recognize the ceiling with this kid against a hapless Jets secondary but he also has potential to leave your scoreboard with nothing next to his name. He’s really risky.

RB Lamar Miller, @Detroit Lions, $7,200- Miller has had a solid year but this is more about the Lions defense than it is about him as they are arguably the best defense in the league at this current juncture.

QB Ryan Tannehill, @Detroit Lions, $8,000- See: Miller, Lamar. And Cutler is also $8,000 in a game with the highest over/under of the weekend. Ryan is $7,600, Sanchez is $6,600. Why even consider Tannehill? Avoid.

QB Matthew Stafford, vs Miami Dolphins, $8,500- Stafford has been inconsistent the entire year and this is the same Dolphins defense that just shut down a very good Chargers offense. He does get Calvin Johnson back this week and that may help but that’s a really high price tag for someone who hasn’t been a top 10 fantasy QB the majority of the season.

QB Tony Romo, @Jacksonville Jaguars, $8,100- Fresh off an injury, I think there are wiser uses of money here. On that note, if you like to spend at RB, DeMarco Murray for $9,300 is a sure bet.

2014 FantasySavvy Football: Week 8 Player Rankings

QB’s

  1. Drew Brees vs GB
  2. Tony Romo vs WAS
  3. Andrew Luck @ PIT
  4. Tom Brady vs CHI
  5. Aaron Rodgers @ NO
  6. Russell Wilson @ CAR
  7. Carson Palmer vs PHI
  8. Ben Roethlisberger vs IND
  9. Mike Glennon vs MIN
  10. Matt Ryan vs DET    (London 930 Est)
  11. Cam Newton vs SEA
  12. Jay Cutler @ NE
  13. Alex Smith vs STL
  14. Ryan Tannehill @ JAC
  15. Matt Stafford @ ATL   (Longdon 930est)
  16. Nick Foles @ AZ
  17. Joe Flacco @ CIN
  18. Andy Dalton vs BAL
  19. Blake Bortles vs MIA
  20. Ryan Fitzpatrick @ TEN
  21. Austin Davis @ KC
  22. Kyle Orton @ NYJ
  23. Gino Smith vs BUF
  24. Derek Carr @ CLE
  25. Teddy Bridgewater @ TB
  26. Zach Mettenberger vs HOU
  27. Colt McCoy @ DAL
  28. Brian Hoyer @ OAK

RB’s

  1. Jamaal Charles vs STL
  2. DeMarco Murray vs WAS
  3. Marshawn Lynch @ CAR
  4. Arian Foster @ TEN
  5. Le’Veon Bell vs IND
  6. Matt Forte @ NE
  7. Andre Ellington vs PHI
  8. LeSean McCoy @ AZ
  9. Ahmad Bradshaw @ PIT * No Richardson
  10. Shane Vereen vs CHI   *questionable with illness, should be fine.
  11. Lamar Miller @ JAC
  12. Eddie Lacy @ NO
  13. Justin Forsett @ CIN * Gets boost as Ravens get two starting offensive lineman back
  14. Joique Bell @ ATL  *London 930am
  15. Mark Ingram vs GB  *No Pierre, no Khiry
  16. Giovani Bernard vs BAL
  17. Jerrick McKinnon @ TB
  18. Chris Ivory vs BUF
  19. Ben Tate vs OAK
  20. Darren McFadden @ CLE
  21. Denard Robinson vs MIA
  22. Tre Mason @ KC
  23. Alfred Morris @ DAL
  24. Anthony Dixon @ NYJ
  25. Jonathan Stewart vs SEA
  26. Doug Martin vs MIN
  27. Bishop Sankey vs HOU
  28. Darren Sproles vs AZ *questionable
  29. Bryce Brown vs NYJ
  30. Steven Jackson vs DET  *London 930am
  31. Isaiah Crowell vs OAK
  32. Knile Davis vs STL
  33. Tavaris Cadet vs GB
  34. Roy Helu @ DAL
  35. Bobby Rainey vs MIN
  36. Bernard Pierce @ CIN
  37. James Starks vs NO
  38. Jeremy Hill vs BAL
  39. Chris Johnson vs BUF
  40. Benny Cunningham @ KC
  41. Zac Stacy @ KC
  42. Antoine Smith vs DET *London 930am
  43. Jonas Gray vs CHI
  44. Matt Asiata @ TB
  45. Stepfan Taylor vs PHI
  46. Storm Johnson vs MIA
  47. Terrance West vs OAK
  48. Theo Riddick vs ATL   *London 930am
  49. Toby Gerhart vs MIA
  50. Daniel Thomas @ JAC

WR’s

  1. Antonio Brown vs IND
  2. Dez Bryant vs WAS
  3. Jordy Nelson @ NO
  4. Julio Jones vs DET  *London 930AM
  5. T.Y Hilton @ PIT
  6. Mike Wallace @ JAC
  7. Randall Cobb @ NO
  8. Sammy Watkins @ NYJ
  9. Vincent Jackson vs MIN
  10. MIchael Floyd vs PHI
  11. Jeremy Maclin @ AZ
  12. Golden Tate @ ATL     *London 930AM
  13. Brandon Marshall @ NE
  14. DeSean Jackson @ DAL
  15. Steve Smith @ CIN
  16. Marques Colston vs GB
  17. Larry Fitzgerald vs PHI
  18. Andre Johnson @ TEN
  19. Kelvin Benjamin vs SEA
  20. Alshon Jeffery @ NE
  21. Julian Edelman vs CHI
  22. Doug Baldwin @ CAR
  23. Terrance Williams vs WAS
  24. Roddy White vs DET *London 930 AM
  25. Eric Decker vs BUF
  26. Mohammad Sanu vs BAL
  27. Pierre Garcon @ DAL
  28. Mike Evans vs MIN
  29. Brandon Cooks vs GB
  30. DeAndre Hopkins @ TEN
  31. Torrey Smith @ CIN
  32. Dwayne Bowe vs STL
  33. Brandon LaFell vs CHI
  34. Allen Robinson vs MIA
  35. Cecil Shorts vs MIA
  36. Percy Harvin vs BUF
  37. Brian Quick @ KC
  38. James Jones @ CLE
  39. Andrew Hawkins vs OAK
  40. Kendall Wright vs HOU
  41. Andre Holmes @ CLE
  42. Cordarrelle Patterson @ TB
  43. Jermaine Kearse @ CAR
  44. Davante Adams @ NO
  45. Hakeem Nicks @ PIT
  46. Jordan Matthews @ AZ
  47. Justin Hunter vs CLE
  48. Kenny Stills vs GB
  49. Martavis Bryant vs IND
  50. Greg Jennings @ TB
  51. Jarvis Landry @ JAC
  52. Dante Moncrief @ PIT
  53. John Brown vs PHI
  54. Paul Richardson @ CAR
  55. Jeremy Kerley vs BUF
  56. Robert Woods @ NYJ
  57. Marquise Lee vs MIA
  58. Riley Cooper @ AZ
  59. Miles Austin vs OAK
  60. Harry Douglas vs DET

TE’s

  1. Jimmy Graham vs GB
  2. Rob Gronkowski vs CHI
  3. Greg Olsen vs SEA
  4. Jordan Reed @ DAL
  5. Travis Kelce vs STL
  6. Dwayne Allen @ PIT
  7. Martellus Bennett @ NE
  8. Charles Clay @ JAC
  9. Heath Miller vs IND
  10. Jordan Cameron vs OAK
  11. Jason Witten vs WAS
  12. Jared Cook @ KC
  13. Delanie Walker vs HOU
  14. Zach Ertz @ AZ
  15. Coby Fleener @ PIT
  16. Clay Harbor vs MIA
  17. Jermaine Gresham vs BAL
  18. Tim Wright vs CHI
  19. Jeff Cumberland vs BUF
  20. Jace Amaro vs BUF
  21. Scott Chandler @ NYJ
  22. Gavin Escobar vs WAS
  23. Austin Sefarin-Jenkins vs MIN
  24. Niles Paul @ DAL
  25. Lance Kendricks @ KC

FanatasySavvyFootball: Week 8 Start ‘Em, Sit ‘Em

This is for both seasonal and daily leagues.

Start

TE Martellus Bennett, @NE– I know he has had a couple of slow weeks as the Bears offense has struggled. That said, he is the second most targeted tight end in football and is going against a defense that generally struggles defending the TE. Belichick always likes to scheme to take away the team’s biggest strength so one would think he has something cooked up to negate Marshall and Jeffery. That leaves a lot of room for Bennett to operate against a decimated LB corps. He’s only $5,900 on fanduel and should be a pretty popular play. He is a good bet for week 8

RB Ben Tate, vs OAK– I know those who started him last week in a cake matchup aren’t trying to hear this but go back to the well. He had 16 carries for 36 yards in a disappointing effort last week against the lowly Jacksonville Jaguars. He plays against the Raiders this week who have allowed at least 100 rushing yards to every opponent but one (New England). Coming off an extremely poor Hoyer outing, one would think Cleveland is going to make it even more of a priority to run the ball and Tate is the primary back against a team allowing 145.3 yards per game on the ground. Run him out there.

TE Jordan Reed, @DAL– I know. Colt McCoy is playing QB for the Redskins on Monday night. That isn’t exactly an ideal thing for a pass catcher but I actually think McCoy’s general ineptitude plays into Reed’s hands. He has a half working water gun for an arm and is brand new to the starting lineup. What better than an athletic freak of a tight end to lean on? Dallas has also allowed the second most points to tight ends on the season so Reed could be a good play here.

RB Jerick McKinnon, @TB– McKinnon was the first running back in the league to hang 100+ on the stout Buffalo Bills last week. Now he’s going against the defense that ranks 31st in rush defense according to PFF and have given up the second most rushing touchdowns in the league. I think we are at the point where we can comfortably expect RB2 production from him the rest of the season.

QB Carson Palmer, vs PHI– Palmer has thrown at least two touchdowns in all three games he’s started this season. The Eagles have allowed the second most passing touchdowns in the league this season. Add in the Eagles fast pace potentially leading to a ton of plays for the Cardinals and you have a potential top 7 QB play on your hands.

WR Sammy Watkins, @NYJ– Watkins averages with Kyle Orton at the helm: 13 targets, 8 catches, 105 yards, 1 TD. The Jets excel in stopping the run, and their pass defense is a mess at the moment. Fred Jackson and CJ Spiller are also out so Watkins should be featured early and often on Sunday. I expect a big game out of him.

RB Mark Ingram, vs GB– I know about his disappointing effort last week against the disappointing Detroit Lions and that might scare some folks away but Ingram was playing well previously. The Packers aren’t great at stopping the run, and both Pierre Thomas and Khiry Robinson are out. It shapes up as a game where Ingram should get 15-20 touches or so. I think he’s a good start, especially at the $6100 he currently is on Fanduel

WR Michael Floyd, vs PHI– Most already know about the chemistry Floyd and QB Carson Palmer share. Floyd has scored a TD in each of the last two weeks and has pretty clearly taken over as the Cardinals #1 WR. The Eagles have allowed the seventh most fantasy points to WRs and this game has one of the highest over/unders of the weekend. I wouldn’t be surprised to see Floyd put together a 100 yard game with a score.

Sit

QB Matt Ryan, vs DET (London)– Ryan is without two of his offensive linemen, the game is in London and Detroit is fantasy’s least friendly defense to QBs. If you can afford to do so, go in a different direction. I don’t think this ends well for Ryan.

WR Percy Harvin, vs BUF– If you are feeling YOLOish go for it. That said, new offense, potentially spotty QB play? I would pass but some folks are more risky that I am.

RB Anthony Dixon/Bryce Brown, @NYJ-The Buffalo Bills are playing against a stout Jets run defense and the roles of these men haven’t been defined clearly. I’d hold off on starting either one until there is more clarity in the backfield.

WR Torrey Smith, @CIN- Smith usually struggles against the Bengals, and has been extremely TD dependent in his recent stretch of mild success. I know the Bengals defense is suddenly a struggling unit but I would stay away from him this week if I had a comparable alternative.

QB Andy Dalton, vs BAL– Dalton will be without AJ Green, and Baltimore gives up the sixth least fantasy points to quarterbacks this season. It could be an ugly day for him.

WR Mohammed Sanu, vs BAL-  According to PFF, Sanu leads the league with nine drops. Baltimore is generally effective against primary targets and it might be a struggle for the Bengals offense on Sunday. I would avoid him altogether if I could.

RB Steven Jackson, vs DET (London)– If he doesn’t score touchdowns, he’s basically unplayable. He has yet to gain more than 60 yards in a game and he’s going against a stout Detroit Lions defense. Bench him.

RB Bishop Sankey, vs TEN– I am just going to keep putting him here until he gives me a reason not to do so. Shonn Greene got arrested and it doesn’t move the needle for me at all. Steer clear.

TE Jason Witten, vs WAS– Witten is no longer a starting caliber TE in fantasy. One redzone target all season and a declining workload makes him an undesirable weekly play. If you have him, look for a replacement.

FantasySavvy Football: Week 3 Player Rankings

  1. Drew Brees vs MIN                              QB’s
  2. Aaron Rodgers @ DET
  3. Matthew Stafford vs GB
  4. Tom Brady vs OAK
  5. Andrew Luck @ JAC
  6. Peyton Manning @ SEA
  7. Russell Wilson vs DEN
  8. Nick Foles vs WAS
  9. Phillip Rivers @ BUF
  10. Cam Newton vs PIT
  11. Colin Kaepernick @ ARI
  12. Tony Romo @ STL
  13. Andy Dalton vs TEN
  14. Joe Flacco @ CLE
  15. Jay Cutler @ NYJ
  16. Ben Roethlisberger @ CAR
  17. Kirk Cousins @ PHI
  18. Eli Manning vs HOU
  19. Ryan Tannehill vs KC
  20. Ryan Fitzpatrick @ NYG
  21. Gino Smith vs CHI
  22. Alex Smith @ MIA
  23. Jake Locker @ CIN
  24. Matt Cassel @ NO
  25. E.J. Manuel vs SD
  26. Chad Henne vs IND
  27. Austin Davis vs DAL
  28. Brian Hoyer vs BAL
  29. Drew Stanton vs SF
  30. Derek Carr @ NE

RB’s

  1. DeMarco Murray @ STL
  2. Arian Foster @ NYG
  3. LeSean McCoy vs WAS
  4. Marshawn Lynch vs DEN
  5. Le’Veon Bell @ CAR
  6. Matt Forte @ NYJ
  7. Giovani Bernard vs TEN
  8. Eddie Lacy @ DET
  9. Alfred Morris @ PHI
  10. Knile Davis/Jamaal Charles @ MIA *IF Charles Plays, Davis Drops, See Ranking below.
  11. Zac Stacy vs DAL
  12. Stevan Ridley vs OAK
  13. Frank Gore @ AZ
  14. Montee Ball @ SEA
  15. Ahmad Bradshaw @ JAC
  16. Andre Ellington vs SF
  17. Joique Bell vs GB
  18. C.J. Spiller vs SD
  19. Shane Vereen vs OAK
  20. Khiry Robinson vs MIN
  21. Jeremy Hill vs TEN
  22. Darren Sproles vs WAS
  23. Rashad Jennings vs HOU
  24. Reggie Bush vs GB
  25. Chris Ivory vs CHI
  26. Knile Davis * If Charles Plays.
  27. Terrance West vs BAL
  28. Donald Brown @ BUF
  29. Justin Forsett/Bernard Pierce @ CLE *Pierce Questionable.
  30. Trent Richardson @ JAC
  31. Danny Woodhead @ BUF
  32. Fred Jackson vs SD
  33. DeAngelo Williams/Jonathan Stewart vs PIT
  34. Shonn Greene @ CIN
  35. Toby Gerhart vs IND
  36. Darren Mcfadden/MJD vs NE
  37. Isaiah Crowell vs BAL
  38. Matt Asiata vs NO
  39. Roy Helu @ PHI
  40. Robert Turbin vs DEN
  41. Carlos Hyde @ AZ
  42. Benny Cunningham vs DAL
  43. Dexter McCluster @ CIN
  44. Jerrick McKinnon @ NO
  45. James Starks @ DET
  46. Andre Williams vs HOU
  47. Stepfan Taylor vs SF
  48. Alfred Blue @ NYG
  49. C.J. Anderson @ SEA
  50. Lorezno Taliaferro @ CLE
  51. LeGarrette Blount @ CAR

WR’s

  1. Calvin Johnson vs GB
  2. A.J. Green vs TEN
  3. Dez Byrant @ STL
  4. Jordy Nelson @ DET
  5. Randall Cobb @ DET
  6. Demaryius Thomas @ SEA
  7. Mike Wallace vs KC
  8. Percy Harvin vs DEN
  9. Brandon Marshall @ NYJ *questionable, should play
  10. Antonio Brown @ CAR
  11. Andre Johnson @ NYG
  12. Sammy Watkins vs SD
  13. Keenan Allen @ BUF * questionable
  14. DeSean Jackson @ PHI *questionable
  15. Michael Crabtree @ AZ
  16. Jeremy Maclin vs WAS
  17. Marques Colston vs MIN
  18. Emmanuel Sanders @ SEA
  19. Julian Edelman vs OAK
  20. Cordarrelle Patterson @ NO
  21. Steve Smith @ CLE
  22. Reggie Wayne @ JAC
  23. Pierre Garcon @ PHI
  24. Larry Fitzgerald vs SF
  25. Eric Decker vs CHI *questionable
  26. T.Y. Hilton @ JAC
  27. Golden Tate vs GB
  28. Brandon Cooks vs MIN
  29. Kelvin Benjamin vs PIT
  30. Michael Floyd vs SF
  31. Victor Cruz vs HOU
  32. Anquan Boldin @ AZ
  33. Brian Quick vs DAL
  34. Andrew Hawkins vs BAL
  35. Ruben Randle vs HOU
  36. Wes Welker @ SEA
  37. Doug Baldwin vs DEN
  38. Dwayne Bowe @ MIA
  39. James Jones @ NE
  40. Markus Wheaton @ CAR
  41. Kendall Wright @ CIN
  42. Torrey Smith @ CLE
  43. Terrance Williams @ STL
  44. Greg Jennings @ NO
  45. Cecil Shorts vs IND
  46. DeAndre Hopkins @ NYG
  47. Justin Hunter @ CIN
  48. Mohammad Sanu vs TEN
  49. Davante Adams @ DET
  50. Jeremy Kerley vs CHI
  51. Miles Austin vs BAL
  52. Allen Robinson vs IND
  53. Danny Amendola vs OAK
  54. Brian Hartline vs KC
  55. Robert Woods vs SD
  56. Andre Roberts @ PHI
  57. Malcolm Floyd @ BUF
  58. Aaron Dobson vs OAK
  59. Jarret Boykin @ DET
  60. Hakeem Nicks @ JAC *questionable
  61. Kenny Stills vs MIN
  62. Donnie Avery @ MIA
  63. Denarius Moore @ NE
  64. Jermaine Kearse vs DEN
  65. Riley Cooper vs WAS
  66. Jordan Matthews vs WAS
  67. Allen Hurns vs IND
  68. Nate Washington @ CIN
  69. Stevie Johnson @ AZ
  70. John Brown vs SF

TE’s

  1. Jimmy Graham vs MIN
  2. Julius Thomas @ SEA
  3. Rob Gronkowski vs OAK
  4. Niles Paul @ PHI
  5. Greg Olsen vs PIT
  6. Antonio Gates @ BUF
  7. Zach Ertz vs WAS
  8. Dennis Pitta @ CLE
  9. Jason Witten @ STL
  10. Delanie Walker @ CIN
  11. Travis Kelce @ MIA
  12. Jordan Cameron vs BAL *questionable
  13. Martellus Bennet @ NYJ
  14. Larry Donnell vs HOU
  15. Charles Clay vs KC *questionable
  16. Heath Miller @ CAR
  17. Owen Daniels @ CLE
  18. Kyle Rudolph @ NO
  19. Jared Cook vs DAL
  20. Dwayne Allen @ JAC