Bottom of the Barrel Week 14 NFL DFS Breakdown
Bottom of the Barrel Week 14 NFL DFS Breakdown
Bottom of the Barrel Week 14
Chris Robin https://twitter.com/DetroitBeastie
When something bad happens to us there are three things we can do. Let it define you, destroy you, or strengthen you. Heavy thought given the fact we’re on the fast track to Christmas. Although this is the time to look back and reflect.
As we start to plan and prepare for the holidays, I think it’s wise to look back at what we have sacrificed to get here. Who we’ve lost and who has helped along the way? I am not asking anyone to drum up old feelings or purposefully raise anxieties or stressors. I want you to stand up and be proud of everything that has made you the person you are today.
I have made no secret of my checkered past littered with substance abuse and bad behavior. However, it does not define me. All the glory and positive attitudes come directly from my mother Lisa and my late father Ron who did everything in their power to help and get me healthy. From several stints in rehabilitation to heavy inpatient therapy it all clicked. Out of everything I have done in my life, both past and upcoming, my biggest triumph was being sober and of sound mind when my father was sick and unfortunately passed away.
As Christmas fast approaches stop and look around. Take pleasure in simple things. To some putting up a tree is a hassle. To me, I’m happy to be above ground! To some going to your aunts for holiday, dinner sounds awful. To me, I am thankful I’m not locked up or alone this time of the year. Everything we do is a matter of perspective. Which side of the tree are you on?
Let’s dig into Bottom of the Barrel Week 14, shall we? Each week of the NFL season throws us a different issue. More injuries. More COVID. Yet, here we are, still plugging away!
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Josh Allen BUF @ TB(17th)(FD-$8,800)(DK-$7,800)(Y!-$41)
No reason to sugarcoat this one. We are on the cusp of a heavyweight fight here. Tom Brady vs. Josh Allen. Could be a Super Bowl preview. Granted Monday Night Football in Foxboro wasn’t the fireworks we were promised. Regardless, let the chips fall as they may. Strap up. Buckle up.
As we turn out attention to the quarterbacks in Week 14 one thing is clear, I will be attacking the slate with cheap quarterbacks. There are a few sweet spots with Dak and Aaron Rodgers but just a tad too expensive for Bottom of the Barrel. Let’s dig through the rest!
Russell Wilson SEA @ HOU(11th)(FD-$7,500)(DK-$6,600)(Y!-$29)
I have made no secret about how awful Wilson looked on Monday night in Week 12. Then in Week 13 Russ and the Seahawks bounced back! Russell completed 30-of-37 passes for 231 yards with two touchdowns on Sunday. From here on out every game is a must-win for Seattle. Could Russ be getting his groove back? Perfect timing with the match-up in Week 14.
Cam Newton CAR v ATL(31st)(FD-$7,400)(DK-$5,400)(Y!-$27)
I have never had an issue with Cam Newton. I nothing him if that makes sense. No real lean one way or another. Back in Week 12, he was bad news then a bye week. So where does that leave us here in Week 14? Well, on paper it’s a dream scenario against the Falcons. In seasonal formats, folks will be pulling their hair out. In DFS formats he makes for the perfect building block in GPP’s!
Ryan Tannehill TEN v JAX(14th)(FD-$7,300)(DK-$6,400)(Y!-$25)
Let me refresh your memory. Back in Week 12 Tannehill went 11-for-21 with 93 yards and only threw one touchdown. I also want to make it known the Titans lost 36-13 in Week 12. Remember all the love Tanny was getting back in the off-season? Remember the comparison graphics with Patrick Mahomes and smug folks really turning the screws over him? Ryan Tannehill has not been good for an extended period. To be fair, Tennessee has been without Henry, Julio, and AJ Brown so it makes sense. Furthermore, a lowly Jags team comes to town. I’m willing to take another swing here.
Derek Carr LV @ KC(29th)(FD-$7,100)(DK-$5,900)(Y!-$32)
The Raiders struggled in Week 13 due in large part to Derek Carr. Derek completed 28 of his 38 passes on Sunday while throwing for 249 yards. Was a tamed and toned-down Raider’s offense. Looking ahead to Week 14 in Kansas City I am fully expecting a more dialed-in and on-point Derek Carr. Doesn’t hurt that the Chief’s secondary ranks 29th against opposing quarterbacks.
Taylor Heinicke WSH v DAL(27th)(FD-$7,100)(DK-$5,500)(Y!-$28)
Washington quarterback Taylor Heinicke completed 23 passes for 196 yards and two touchdowns on Sunday. He also added 10 yards rushing. I have said since day one what an outstanding streaming option Heinicke is in DFS formats. As we look ahead to Sunday the Cowboys rank 27th in the NFL in fantasy points allowed to opposing quarterbacks. Bingo!
Zach Wilson NYJ v NO(28th)(FD-$6,600)(DK-$5,300)(Y!-$22)
Think we are still far out from calling rookie Zach Wilson a must-start or solid fantasy performer but, in Week 13, he completed 23 of 38 passes for 226 yards. He threw two touchdown passes and a touchdown on the ground. On paper this one points to the Saints but why? The secondary? Pass rush? Realistically, the Jets have a chance in this one. It all rests on Wilson’s decision-making.
Baker Mayfield CLE v BAL(24th)(FD-$6,500)(DK-$5,200)(Y!-$20)
Instead of me trying to sell you on Baker this week let me ask you a question. Mayfield has shown little no upside this season so what are you hoping for this week? In all seriousness, the only spin here is the fact he comes alive and shows up given the match-up. The Browns are chasing the Ravens in the AFC North so that’s our only hope. Also, if he’s responsible for 3+ touchdowns it’ll be at low ownership. I’ll take that risk for a couple of bucks.
Marcus Mariota LV @ KC(29th)(FD-$6,100)(DK-$4,500)(Y!-$20)
At this stage of the season, most teams are willing to toss out the playbook and throw everything, including the kitchen sink, at the opposing team. Kansas City is favored by 9.5 points and at home. The Raiders NEED this game if they have any hopes for a playoff spot. How shocking would it be to see Marcus in certain packages in the red zone? Oh! Kenyan Drake broke his ankle and is not playing. Coincidence? Que the spooky Unsolved Mystery’s theme.
Jake Fromm NYG @ LAC(6th)(FD-$6,000)(DK-$4,800)(Y!-$20)
Wouldn’t be doing my job if I at least didn’t spark the idea of looking at Jake Fromm in Week 14. A lot of maybes but Joe Flacco helped a guy win $500,000 a few weeks ago. Crazier things have happened.
Austin Ekeler LAC v NYG(25th)(FD-$9,200)(DK-$8,300)(Y!-$36)
With the Colts and Jonathan Taylor on bye the highest-priced running back has been bestowed upon Austin Ekeler. In Week 13 Ekeler carried the ball 14 times for 59 yards a touchdown while catching five passes for 45 yards. The only bummer is the fact he lost two fumbles. Just a blip on the radar.
The state of running backs in Week 14 has gone from grim to a little sunny. Maybe I am predisposed to always thinking from a GPP perspective but there are a few running backs I am excited about. Here is my list for Week 14!
Devonta Freeman BAL @ CLE(13th)(FD-$6,300)(DK-$5,700)(Y!-$19)
The career resurgence in Baltimore for Freeman has been fantastic! In Week 13 Devonta Freeman carried the ball 14 times for 52 yards and a touchdown while adding 45 yards on five catches. In a late-season divisional contest against a beatable Browns team, how do the Ravens approach this one? My bet is a 15+ carry workload for Freeman.
Tony Pollard DAL @ WSH(14th)(FD-$6,100)(DK-$6,400)(Y!-$19)
Which side of the field are you on with this one? Not sure? Let’s go over it quickly. The aging stud Zeke Elliott or the up-and-coming young buck Tony Pollard? To me, it’s all about the price tag. Let’s look at Zeke’s cost (FD-$6,900)(DK-$7,300) in comparison we can clearly see Tony is closing the gap. In terms of on-field production, Pollard will continue to push the issue. I have Zeke around 13 total carries and Tony around 10. Do with that what you will.
Samaje Perine CIN v SF(18th)(FD-$6,000)(DK-$4,200)(Y!-$13)
Bengals running back Samaje Perine carried the ball five times for 36 yards along with two catches for five yards in Week 13. So why mention the Bengals RB2? Joe Mixon has been lights out all season. However, Perine and Mixon are nearly splitting the number of routes run in passing situations. Given the projected closeness of this contest, I love Samaje’s chances to find the endzone here!
D’Onta Foreman TEN v JAX(21st)(FD-$5,900)(DK-$5,100)(Y!-$15)
While I sat down to get my notes together for Bottom of the Barrel Week 14 of course I did my homework. Of course, I comb through the best possible plays for you. However, I also targeted some teams and players that were on bye in Week 13. It’s a double shot if catch my drift. Meaning, cheap plays who played very well the week before their bye. Case in point, D’Onta Foreman! Foreman rushed 19 times for 109 yards in Week 12.
Carlos Hyde JAX @ TEN(6th)(FD-$5,800)(DK-$4,600)(Y!-$11)
This selection makes me feel dirty, but I don’t mind given the fact you can use these clean and clear. Jacksonville Jaguars started running back James Robinson saw his usage decrease after a fumble on the first drive. If Robinson continues to see less work due to injuries or fumbling issues, then that leaves Hyde! In seasonal formats, you’d be crazy to use Hyde. In DFS formats you’d be a genius! Carlos Hyde did find the endzone last week so it’s not as wild as you think!
Mike Davis ATL @ CAR(3RD)(FD-$5,700)(DK-$4,900)(Y!-$12)
The beauty of DFS is the fact I can mention Mike Davis here in Week 14 and be a hero. In comparison to all the folks who told you to draft him as an RB1 at his ADP discount. Gosh, isn’t fantasy football fun?
Devin Singletary BUF @ TB(12th)(FD-$5,500)(DK-$4,700)(Y!-$11)
Just another case of good news and bad news. The good news, Devin Singletary carried the ball 10 times for 36 yards Monday night. Also, Devin now has 25 total carries the last two weeks. Bad news, they haven’t amounted to much. So now a tough match-up looms against the Buccaneers. No matter how you spin it there is nothing worth mentioning. For the sake of the article let’s say the Bills want to control time of possession so they lean on Devin. Best case scenario.
Devontae Booker NYG @ LAC(28th)(FD-$5,300)(DK-4,800)(Y!-$12)
If Saquon Barkley is healthy, Booker’s role is next to nothing. That’s exactly what we want the masses to think! There are literally no edges to be gained in DFS anymore. So, we get blood from a stone. Think that’s how the saying goes! Jokes aside Booker had 10 total targets and touches in Week 13. If the Giants promised us the same exact workload in Week 14 given the match-up we should take a look.
J.D. McKissic WSH v DAL(2nd)(FD-$5,300)(DK-$5,000)(Y!-$14)
McKissic missed Week 13 due to a concussion. Antonio Gibson has been outstanding as of late. Given the importance of this match-up think it’s safe to assume that Gibby will once again be in line for 18+ total targets and touches. Not a glowing review for McKissic but with an over/under at almost 50 points both backs should be busy. Busy racking up yardage and points.
Rex Burkhead HOU v SEA(31st)(FD-$5,300)(DK-$4,600)(Y!-$17)
What’s the old saying, volume is king? Rex is seeing the volume but literally not doing a thing with any of it. Burkhead is only averaging 2.8 yards per attempt on 45 total rushes. What if Bottom of the Barrel has been playing the long con these last few games? Lying in wait for a gorgeous match-up against the Seattle Seahawks who are 31st against opposing running backs?
Ameer Abdullah CAR v ATL(26th)(FD-$5,200)(DK-$4,800)(Y!-$12)
Bottom of the Barrel has always had a soft spot for Ameer. I try to not let that cloud my judgment but in Week 14 it must be mentioned. Abdullah is now the Panthers second running back after CMC has landed on season-ending IR. Rookie back Chuba Hubbard and Abdullah face a Falcons defense surrendering the seventh more points per game to running backs. Plenty of yards to go around.
Peyton Barber LV @ KC(18th)(FD-$5,100)(DK-$4,000)(Y!-$12)
I am overjoyed to welcome back Peyton Barber to Bottom of the Barrel! Obviously pure speculation but which way will the Raiders go in Week 14 without Kenyan Drake. This offense clearly runs through Derek Carr and Josh Jacobs but given the importance of this contest, it’ll be all hands on deck.
Rashaad Penny SEA @ HOU(29th)(FD-$5,300)(DK-$4,800)(Y!-$15)
A lot going on in this Seattle backfield with Adrian Peterson, DeeJay Dallas, and Travis Homer but the Seahawks organization has a thing for Penny. A first-round draft selection that has not been able to stay on the field. As wild as it sounds I just have this feeling the Seahawks give Penny the first run on Sunday.
Austin Walter NYJ v NO(1st)(FD-$4,800)(DK-$4,000)(Y!-$10)
Austin Walter being mentioned in B&B14 is pretty cut and dry. Rookie running back Michael Carter is still on the shelf and now hearing Tevin Coleman is in the concussion protocol that leaves Ty Johnson and Austin Walter as the only active running backs for Sunday’s tilt against the New Orleans Saints. Granted the match-up is tough but the price tag is next to nothing. Realistically, to smash value we only need 30 or 40 yards. If he finds the endzone that’s just gravy!
JaMycal Hasty SF @ CIN(24th)(FD-$4,700)(DK-$4,000)(Y!-$11)
Let me explain myself! Jeff Wilson is reportedly dealing with a sore and swollen knee. Elijah Mitchell is now battling a concussion. While rookie RB Trey Sermon is on IR, Hasty is now the 49ers RB1 by default. DFS has always been wild and tough to get right but the projection that Hasty will see double-digit touches is as close as it gets. Like shooting fish in a barrel!
Tyreek Hill KC v LV(5th)(FD-$8,700)(DK-$8,500)(Y!-$30)
From a fantasy perspective, Tyreek Hill had his worst game of the season on Sunday. Hill only had two receptions for 22 yards as Kansas City beat the Broncos. It’s Tyreek Hill though, c’mon.
The beauty of not only DFS but the 2021 season is the fact that the wide receiver pool is so deep. The last few weeks I have been pulled in the direction of rostering cheap RB’s and spending up at the wide receiver spot. However, in Week 14 it’s the exact opposite! Roster the stud RB’s and mix-and-match with the cheaper WR’s! Here’s who I’m looking at this week!
Elijah Moore NYJ v NO(29th)(FD-$6,300)(DK-$5,900)(Y!-$22)
If DFS formats aren’t going to catch up with his salary, then I will keep pounding the table on Elijah. Some say breakout while I say, “saw it coming!”
Jerry Jeudy DEN v DET(18th)(FD-$6,300)(DK-$6,300)(DK-$5,600)(Y!-$18)
This time last week I was covering a ton of Jeudy or Sutton questions. Now, at this moment in time, I am thinking about how awful the Bronco’s offense is. Teddy Bridgewater, God bless him, is getting paid from multiple teams but just continues to dink and dunk. Which completely suppresses the talent of the wide receivers. However, the Detroit Lions come to town, which can fix just about anything from an opposing team’s point of view.
Michael Gallup DAL @ WSH(30th)(FD-$6,100)(DK-$5,500)(Y!-$20)
How often are you on social media on Sunday? Ok, how about the single-game slates like Thursday or Monday? The only reason I ask is that there was a massive uptick in Michael Gallup’s awesome action last Thursday night. Rightfully so, but as we sit down to dig into this one be mindful that the Cowboys will have back their full complement of offensive talent. Meaning, Gallup might see a decrease in targets. Do you believe that? I cannot keep a straight face here. Gallup will command around 7 or 8 targets against a very beatable secondary. Full speed ahead!
Amon-Ra St. Brown DET @ DEN(9th)(FD-$5,800)(DK-$5,000)(Y!-13)
Did you know I am a Detroit Lions fan? Did you know the Lions won their first game on Sunday? Ok, just making sure! Did you also know Amon-Ra St. Brown caught 10 of 12 targets for 86 yards and the game-winning touchdown against Minnesota! Word is out now with St. Brown. Which is fine given the fact his price will stay low. The Broncos have a very formidable secondary but if Goff can lock in on Amon-Ra in the slot then it could be a jackpot!
Nick Westbrook-Ikhine TEN v JAX(26th)(FD-$5,700)(DK-$4,500)(Y!-$13)
Way back in Week 12 Nick saw an 83% snap share along with 14 total targets last two games. The Titans were on BYE last week, but AJ Brown remains on IR and Julio Jones isn’t the Julio Jones we remember. Granted Tennessee designated him to return from IR opening a 21-day window to be activated. Looking ahead, the Jaguars are giving up the 7th most points to wide receivers on a weekly basis.
Tim Patrick DEN v DET(18th)(FD-$5,700)(DK-$4,800)(Y!-$14)
On paper, this match-up isn’t special. In real life, it’s the Detroit Lions! Tim has now fallen to the 4th or 5th option in this Denver Broncos offense. Several weeks of mediocrity will do that. It will also suppress the excitement and his ownership percentages. Tim has now finished with fewer than five fantasy points in each of his last three games. Nothing like a date with the Detroit Lions to get right!
K.J. Osborn MIN v PIT(24th)(FD-$5,500)(DK-$4,100)(Y!-$15)
Sometimes Bottom of the Barrel writes itself, case in point K.J. Osborn for Week 14. After Vikings wide receiver Adam Thielen hurt his ankle early on in Week 13 K.J. had four receptions on seven targets for 47 yards and a touchdown. Adam Thielen did not practice on Tuesday, and we shall keep an eye on him as the week progresses. If Adam is inactive Sunday against the Steelers that immediately boosts Osborn into the WR2 territory. Along with an outstanding GPP ticket in Week 14.
Robby Anderson CAR v ATL(25th)(FD-$5,500)(DK-$4,300)(Y!-$13)
We all live two lives in a way. Our regular everyday life. As a husband, wife, brother, or sister but we also have our social media life. I know, what’s my point? I do not want to be labeled a Robby Anderson truther. It would kill my reputation and my social media life. Mr. Anderson has been mentioned in Bottom of the Barrel several times so I could see where you’d think I’m into him. Just merely a match-up thing based on price. Take an honest look at stacking Cam, DJM, and Robby in Week 14.
Byron Pringle KC v LV(5th)(FD-$5,300)(DK-$3,200)(Y!-$10)
The Chiefs and Raiders game on Sunday just screams secondary options. Given the importance of it, DvP, and projected pace of play I firmly believe Pringle is very much in play. Obviously, Kelce and Hill will get their looks. The biggest hurdle here used to be Mecole Hardman. Unfortunately, Hardman’s usage has gone into the crapper. Including Week 13, Mecole has seen three straight games of 2 or fewer receptions.
Jalen Guyton LAC v NYG(23rd)(FD-$5,200)(DK-$3,400)(Y!-$10)
I look at Jalen the same way as Gabriel Davis. Two outstanding football talents no one talks about given the spots on the depth chart. In Buffalo, it’s all about Josh Allen and Stefon Diggs. In LA it’s all about Justin Herbert, Austin Ekeler, and Keenan Allen. Rightfully so, but I have said since day 1 that when Herbs figures it out and truly unlocks this Chargers offense all weapons are on the table. Look no further than Jalen Guyton. The kid works hard, keeps his head down, and enjoys doing it. As LA looks to further their position in the NFL Playoffs coach Staley will continue to put the pedal to the metal. Guyton scores again in Week 14 and will 100% be mentioned again Week 15!
Laquon Treadwell JAX @ TEN(32nd)(FD-$5,100)(DK-$3,400)(Y!-$11)
Can you believe it? Laquon Treadwell snagged 4-of-8 targets for 53 in Week 12. LQ led the Jaguars in receiving too! What a time to be alive! This kid was drafted by the Vikings years ago (2016) and had all the makings of a stud. Come to find out he’s a late bloomer! Just needed a change in scenery. Would be weird if I really believed what I just said. Nonsense aside, this is exactly what we need to pounce on week-to-week to fill out our DFS entries. It also helps that Tennessee is literally dead last defended opposing WR’s. I’d imagine Urban Meyer knows this and will manufacture a few plays for LQ. A la Jamal Agnew.
Curtis Samuel WSH v DAL(27th)(FD-$4,800)(DK-$3,600)(Y!-$13)
Maybe I should change the name of this article to Good News and Bad News. The bad news here is the fact Curtis rushed two times and caught his only target for negative yardage on Sunday. The good news is the fact that Washington is hot. They are coming on strong and at the perfect time too. In this NFC East contest, the Football Team needs this win. I would imagine it’ll be all hands on deck. Meaning, Curtis Samuel should be cut loose here. We all know what he can do.
Tajae Sharpe ATL @ CAR(6th)(FD-$4,800)(DK-$3,600)(Y!-$10)
All the talk about popping, breaking out, and catching fire is best left for seasonal formats. In Week 13 Sharpe caught 3-of-5 targets for 10 yards against the Buccaneers. Awful right? This kid started out hot and has since faded away. He’s the prototype for a DFS dart. The opposing team, Carolina, is no slouch on defense but I’d be willing to bet Matt Ryan and the Falcons throw the ball close to forty times.
Zay Jones LV @ KC(7th)(FD-$4,800)(DK-$3,400)(Y!-$10)
Writing and playing DFS is such an odd thing. Each week I jump in with a clean slate. A fresh piece of paper and I let the previous week do the talking. Almost like an Ouija board in a way. Grab my pen and let it write for me. What I’m getting at is the fact these weird matchups just find me. Everyone on earth expects Kansas City to roll the Raiders which is what it is but I have this sneaking suspicion Carr, Jacobs, and Zay don’t go quietly into the night.
Josh Palmer LAC v NYG(23rd)(FD-$4,700)(DK-$3,000)(Y!-$10)
Pretty simple here, Keenan Allen and now Mike Williams have been placed on the COVID-IR. Still early in the week and both may have a shot to play but in the event, they are both are inactive Josh Palmer makes for an outstanding lotto ticket in GPP’s.
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Travis Kelce KC v LV(31st)(FD-$7,500)(DK-$7,400)(Y!-$32)
Both Kelce and Tyreek Hill had forgettable games in Week 13. As a gambler that piques my interest. I always compare this exact situation to playing at the roulette table. You absolutely cannot keep a talent like Kelce down long. It just so happens the Raiders are 31st against opposing tight ends. 9-10 targets, 7-8 receptions, 75+ yards, and a touchdown incoming!
Are you ready to punt?
Dalton Schultz DAL @ WSH(14th)(FD-$5,700)(DK-$5,400)(Y!-$18)
Are the Cowboys starting to roll? Dalton Schultz caught all five of his targets for 43 yards last Thursday. Don’t know about you but I am very much looking forward to this game. Hard-nosed NFC East contest at Fed Ex Field. Will be cold. Could be snowy. Just screams run, run, run with a little sprinkle of the tight end!
Evan Engram NYG @ LAC(28th)(FD-$5,300)(DK-$3,500)(Y!-$15)
I try and mix in a few of my personal opinions along with facts and statistics. I have made no secret about the fact I just don’t think Evan Engram is a viable fantasy asset. Obviously, I have been wrong before. All that aside fantasy football players have been so hot and cold with Engram. Currently, he’s running hot. Given this DvP match-up, I’d imagine his ownership percentages might be elevated. Although Jake Fromm could be the starting QB so maybe I’m wrong! Either way, the choice is yours!
Jared Cook LAC v NYG(16th)(FD-$5,100)(DK-$3,200)(Y!-$14)
There are many instances where you’d think I am crazy. Mentioned Cook could be one of them. One week I prefer Jared Cook. Next week it’s Donald Parham Jr. This week it’s Mr. Cook. Why should we trust you Chris if you cannot make up your mind? Fair enough but given last week’s performance of Justin Herbert both Cook and Parham Jr. are on the table.
David Njoku CLE v BAL(30th)(FD-$5,000)(DK-$3,400)(Y!-$15)
At the time of this article David Njoku was placed on the COVID-19/Reserve list on Tuesday 12/7/2021. His status for Sunday’s game is unclear. Pivot to Austin Hooper and be on the lookout for updates as the week unfolds.
MyCole Pruitt TEN v JAX(21t)(FD-$4,800)(DK-$2,500)(Y!-$10)
Humans by nature dislike taking risks. They want everything covered and laid out in front of them. I understand it but that doesn’t apply to punting tight ends. The big stretch I know but we’re at the end of the article! Let’s have a little fun! MyCole isn’t a massive part of this offense, but he does see some high upside targets. Meaning, most of his looks are in the red zone. Two targets, two receptions, four yards, and a touchdown are more than likely his stat line in Week 14.
Gerald Everett SEA @ HOU(23rd)(FD-$4,800)(DK-$3,500)(Y!-$13)
If you’re still reading, then you are a true-blue fan! For that I thank you. If so, then you remember before the season when I asked why Gerald Everett can’t have a double-digit touchdown reception season like Robert Tonyan did in 2020. Yeah, that was fun.
Brevin Jordan HOU v SEA(29th)(FD-$4,600)(DK-$2,500)(Y!-$10)
Houston Texans’ rookie TE Brevin Jordan caught all three targets for 23 yards and a touchdown on Sunday. Huge reach here but any little will do when we’re punting tight ends this late in the season.
James O’Shaughnessy JAX @ TEN(18th)(FD-$4,500)(DK-$2,900)(Y!-$10)
James O’Shaughnessy caught 2-of-6 targets for 13 yards in Week 13. Without Dan Arnold on the field, the volume for James is right there! The only bummer is the results haven’t been! At this point of the season, it’s quite clear none of the Jags pass-catchers can be counted on. However, in a plus match-up with a cheap price tag O’Shaughnessy is in play!
That it is! Bottom of the Barrel for Week 13S of the NFL season!
That is, it! Did I miss someone? Any questions or comments?
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