Thursday, November 27, 2014

NFL Daily Fantasy Advice Week 13

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Suggested Plays for NFL Fantasy Week 13:


Ben Roethlisberger- He continually plays better at home year in and year out and he gets a juicy matchup against the Saints who were just gashed by Justin Forsett and the Baltimore Raven’s receiving corps. According to the guys over at Pro Football Focus, New Orleans is 24th ranked in pass rushing and 31st ranked in pass coverage. What do these stats mean? If you trust Roethlisberger, he should help guide your team to victory this week. I’m looking for another 350+ yards and 4+ TDs from Big Ben this week.
Mark Sanchez- Sanchez gets the matchup he’s been looking for as he faces the Cowboys on the road. Eli was able to handle Dallas’ defense through much of the game and only lost due to the Giants lack of defense. In his 4 games, he’s only thrown less than 300 yards once, and that was the game Foles went down and Sanchez came in. I’m looking for Sanchez to absolutely dominate the Cowboys’ secondary for 375 yards and 4 TDs on Thanksgiving.
Andrew Luck- Luck was in a couple of our lineups and he extremely disappointed last week. This week he gets a matchup against the Redskins who rank last in defense regarding the pass. Luck will cost us this week but this matchup is just too good to pass up. I’m looking for Luck to throw 400 yards and 4 TDs.
Other QBs I Like: Tony Romo, Eli Manning, Joe Flacco, Matt Ryan, Peyton Manning, Ryan Tannehill


DeMarco Murray- He had an alright game in week 12 but he’s got a prime matchup against the Eagles on Thursday. He has 4 games straight with no TDs but I believe he will reach paydirt againt Thursday afternoon in Dallas. Look for Murray to have 120 yards and 2 TDs tomorrow.
Justin Forsett- This guy helped one of our subscribers net $25,000 on Fanduel last week and he gets a prime matchup to do it again. He scored 32 FP while running for over 150 yardsMonday night against the Saints. Forsett is a featured pass-catching back and the Chargers’ defense has allowed 24.14 FP to RBs on average this season.
Rashad Jennings- It seemed like every time I turned the game on Andre Williams was running the ball and Jennings was on the bench. The second half is where Jennings came alive and he now gets an amazing matchup against the Jaguars. The Jags have given up, on average, 28.79 FP to opposing backs. I can see Jennings stat line something along the lines of 25/100/2.
Other RBs I Like: Le’Veon Bell, LeSean McCoy, Tre Mason, Dan Herron, C.J. Anderson


Antonio Brown- He is Big Ben’s obvious go-to receiver and he makes some ridiculous plays look simple. I love him to go against New Orleans who were just torched by the Ravens both in the air and on the ground. On average, the Saints are giving up 39.87 FP to WRs and Brown should be in store for another 100+ receiving yards and a score this week.
Dez Bryant- This guy is a beast and Romo knows that. The Cowboys play host to the Eagles who are giving up 44+ FP on average to Wide Receivers this season and Thanksgiving should be no different. This Thanksgiving, Dez Bryant will be thankful for his offensive line, and the lack of an Eagles’ secondary.
T.Y. Hilton- He was in a ton of my lineups last week and really paid off. Last week against Jacksonville, Hilton had only 4 receptions but he turned those into 122 yards, 1 TD, and 21.7 FP (courtesy of scoring). He gets a matchup against the worst defense in the league in the Washington Redskins. I wouldn’t be surprised if he topped 150 yards this week.
Other WRs I LikeJarvis Landry, Josh Gordon, Kenny Stills, Randall Cobb


Jimmy Graham- Graham continuously will be Brees’ go-to target, especially in the Red Zone. He gets a matchup against the Steelers who have given up some big plays to TEs this season. It doesn’t really matter who you match Graham up with, he dominates when he is healthy.
Delanie Walker- In last week’s game, you couldn’t even tell Walker was coming off of a concussion. He absolutely dominated the Eagle’s defense for 5 catches, 155 yards, and 18 FP. He gets another great matchup in the Houston Texans’ defense that has a hard time stopping the pass. I’m looking for Walker to go somewhere around 5/75/1.
Other TEs I Like: Rob Gronkowski, Dion Sims, Coby Fleener, Larry Donnell


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NYG vs. JAX, STL vs. Oak, IND vs. Was
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