NFL Fantasy Football: Week Sixteen Start ‘Em and Sit ‘Em
If you’re not in an ESPN league, this is your championship week. If you are in an ESPN league you’re starting your championship series. Either way, you may like to review some options as you go for the gusto. I’ve got a few for you.
Matt Moore: Hey, the Patriots have made almost every QB that’s played against them look like Pro Bowlers.
Rex Grossman: The Vikings have been giving out passing TDs like they were dime-a-dozen stocking stuffers from Big Lots.
Mark Sanchez: The Giants secondary is not the Eagles secondary.
Matt Ryan: This should be a lights-out shoot-out in the Superdome. Laissez les bon temps rouler!
Rashard Mendenhall: Who do you think the Steelers are going to ride in this game? Charlie Batch or Mendenhall? Hmmm?
DeAngelo Williams: He’s been getting so-so running yards lately but scoring. Well, the Bucs defense has really been giving up running TDs the last few weeks.
Ryan Mathews: I think he’s inconsistent, but on the other hand the Lions have given up 100 yards to backs the last two weeks in a row.
LeGarrette Blount: Last time they played Blount got stuffed but the Bucs were also using a benchwarmer QB. Freeman is back so Blount should find a little more room to run this time and the Panthers do give up a fair bit of running yards.
Santana Moss: He’s scored the last two weeks and the Vikes pass defense ain’t what it used to be.
Santonio Holmes: He’s been on a TD streak and the Giants DBs have been on an even bigger TD giving-up streak.
James Jones: Jennings is still out and the Bears pass defense isn’t coached by Romeo Crennel.
Steve Smith: Aqib Talib is out for the season and the Bucs don’t have another CB that can hang with Smith.
Jermichael Finley: The Bears can’t cover everybody. Finley should get free often enough to rack up some points.
Brent Celek: I may be a Cowboys homer, but I expect Celek to run them ragged.
Jared Cook: Whether it’s Hasselbeck or Locker under center, they’ll need a security blanket and the Jaguars’ zone defense usually leaves the middle of the field open to TEs.
Joe Flacco: he only put up 4 points against the Browns the last time they played a few weeks ago.
Eli Manning: Tough match-up, folks. Rex Ryan and Gang Green are fighting for their play-off lives, too.
Charlie Batch: Big Ben is out, at most only suiting up for emergency duty. batch is old (for a football player and the Rams have been playing hard, either for Spagnuolo’s job or for their own under a new coaching regime.
Carson Palmer: Under Romeo Crennel as head coach the defense has been playing really, really tough. I think they’re playing for him to get the head coaching gig. Just ask Aaron Rodgers how they did.
Marshawn Lynch: He only gained 33 yards the last time he played the Niners and they’ve gotten better since that first game.
Steven Jackson: Who do you think the Steelers are going to key on? Kellen Clemens or Steven Jackson? Hmmm?
Beanie Wells: He’s gimpy and the Bengals don’t give up many yards on the ground.
Frank Gore: Seattle has a decent run defense. Gore only gained 59 yards against them in the first game of the season. There’s no reason to wear him out before the playoffs hit. He’ll get some touches and then he’ll get rested in the second half.
Brandon Lloyd: Do you really expect Kellen Clemens to light up the Steelers with just one guy?
Hakeem Nicks: Revis Island.
Steve Johnson: Champ Bailey is a Darrell Green-like ageless freak.
Darrius Heyward-Bey: You know, Jordy Nelson and James Jones are fast and they didn’t do squat last week against the Chiefs.
Heath Miller: It’s Batch, not Big Ben playing. ‘Nuff said.
Greg Olsen: After starting out pretty well, with the exception of one week, Olsen has really not put up many numbers.
Visanthe Shiancoe: He’ll be helping block Orakpo.
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