Nfl week 19
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Needless to say, don't sleep on the Patriots. Or do, it doesn't matter. They're coming for No. The Los Angeles Rams are arguably the most dangerous team in football, sitting pretty with the last undefeated record in the NFL at They haven't even had their bye!
You have to pick your poison against this team. Let Jared Goff carve you up with a his cornucopia of receivers or let Todd Gurley shred your defense in the running game.
Brandin Cooks is a bona fide deep threat, Cooper Kupp is expected to return this week, and Robert Woods is a problem.
This team is utterly terrifying top to bottom. The Rams face their toughest test so far this season on Sunday, when they travel to New Orleans to play the Saints.
It's too early to say, especially with the Panthers creeping in the NFC South, but this game could have major implications for the NFC playoff picture.
The Saints' run defense is No. If Kupp is back Sunday, look at that matchup. Patrick Mahomes and Tom Brady already squared off in what may have been the best game so far this year, with the Patriots ultimately coming out on top That's the Chiefs' lone loss this season.
The aforementioned Panthers are very much in the conversation, and they've kind of been buried beneath the Saints and Rams when we talk about elite NFC teams.
Cam Newton is playing some of the best football of his career yes, including his MVP season , and the Panthers are winning games all sorts of different ways -- from a point comeback against the Eagles to a convincing win over the Ravens.
The Seahawks are also being good odds in simulations after a big win over the Lions. Russell Wilson is actually getting some protection from his offensive line, and the Seahawks defense has played well despite the dismantling of the Legion of Boom being complete.
Combine that with a solid rushing game, and the Seahawks suddenly look a lot more dangerous in the NFC -- although any progress they make would likely be through the wild card with the Rams dominating.
They're stuck in a division with a dominant team. Philip Rivers is having one of the best seasons of his career, and Melvin Gordon is every bit the feature back he was expected to be.
Austin Ekeler has become a phenomenal complement to Gordon, while Mike Williams and Tyrell Williams finish drives with touchdowns. The Steelers started this year , but they've won three straight to take the lead in the AFC North.
The Bears have an air of overachieving this year, but they were grounded in the weeks leading up to a win over the Jets which came without star pass rusher Khalil Mack.
The Vikings are coming off a loss to the Saints, while the Packers lost a heart-breaker to the Rams. Romo has played in three such games as a pro, completing of throws He had a three-TD game against the Bears in sub-freezing temps, and also had a three-INT game against the Steelers in a sub-freezing environment.
Sunday's game is expected to be played at around 20 degrees. Romo has a Murray wound up with 22 touches, 97 total yards and a touchdown, becoming more effective the more he touched the ball.
The Packers' run defense is mediocre or worse. Whereas there was legitimate Week 18 concern about Murray's matchup -- and he still delivered -- this game sets up much better for a big box-score performance.
Dallas will stay committed to its rushing attack even if it falls behind. Romo's target distribution over his last five games: Packers DC Dom Capers is more of a blitz-happy defensive mind and generally doesn't double team wide receivers.
Look for a big bounce back from Dez against a Green Bay defense that struggled to contain Julio Jones , Brandon Marshall , Jeremy Maclin , and Jordan Matthews in the second half of the season, and was physically outmatched by Calvin Johnson and Brandon LaFell in the red zone.
The Cowboys cut loose Witten as a pass catcher down the stretch, using him as the possession complement to Dez.
The Packers allowed the 11th most receptions 74 and ninth most yards to tight ends. Witten is squarely in the mix for No.
Beasley's playing time spiked in each of those games because the Cowboys fell behind, though it's entirely possible they'll fall behind the Packers in this one.
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Denver theoretically has enough defensive talent to slow Andrew Luck and penetrate his protection, while the Broncos morphed into a run-heavy team down the stretch and I don't see that suddenly changing.
Anderson is as good a bet as anyone to score a touchdown this weekend, but Ronnie Hillman 's Week 17 usage is cause for some pause.
Hillman didn't just get garbage-time work, either, receiving four first-quarter carries and eight touches in the first half. Perhaps the Broncos were just trying to get Anderson late-season rest, or perhaps they'll employ an even timeshare the rest of the way.
Hillman is a risky-if-interesting DFS tournament play at his affordable cost. Anderson's price tag has risen to the point where I'm probably going to fade him with uncertainty surrounding his role.
Whereas the Colts ended the season ranked No. Peyton has a tough matchup in sub-optimal weather, and his team's late-season revision in offensive philosophy suggests Manning's pass attempts will be limited.
Manning's target distribution the past three weeks: Even with the Broncos throwing less, Demaryius still saw target totals of 11, 14, and 17 in the final three games.
Whether he'll be the focal point of Denver's passing attack isn't the question. I suspect Demaryius' ownership percentage will be relatively low, which helps his case.
Demaryius is a contrarian play. Sanders is in the same predicament as Demaryius, albeit with less volume and less talent.
Sanders and Demaryius frequently flip-flop sides, while Indianapolis' corners do not move. Sanders is another contrarian DFS play.
Thomas' ankle should be healthier coming off a bye, and when healthy Julius is always a good bet for red-zone scores. The Colts allowed the fifth most fantasy points to tight ends this regular season, including a beastly line to Julius when these teams played in Week 1.
Not a true big-play threat or red-zone dominator, Welker has always relied on pass-game volume to buoy his fantasy stats.
Welker didn't get volume in and especially not down the stretch, when his target totals were 3, 4, and 2 in Denver's final three games.
Welker doesn't have a high enough floor or ceiling for serious DFS consideration. Andrew Luck went toe-to-toe with Manning in Week 1, amassing all-purpose yards and three touchdowns in a loss.
The Colts couldn't run the ball on Denver and are doubtful to in the Divisional Round. Sort of like a ball-hogging point guard in basketball, Luck figures to be a usage machine on Sunday evening, albeit against a defense more talented than his supporting cast.
The range of outcomes for Luck's Week 19 box score is pretty wide, in my opinion. He could rack up yards and touchdowns if this game evolves into a shootout, as the Vegas sharps anticipate.
If the game is relatively low scoring and Denver's Von Miller - DeMarcus Ware combination consistently gets to Luck, Indianapolis could end up stumbling into a lot of turnovers.
I'm not going all-in on Luck as a daily-league start, but I'll have some exposure. He's been a team-carrying quarterback all year and will have to carry his team once again in this spot.
Herron fumbled twice against Cincinnati, but the Colts' coaching staff kept going back to him, and openly expressed confidence in Herron via the media this week.
Expect full-on feature back work for Herron. The Broncos ranked No. He's playing a combination of the Richardson- Ahmad Bradshaw roles from early this season.
The Broncos dedicated a lot of coverage to T. Hilton in Week 1, limiting him to five catches for 41 yards on 11 targets with a long reception of nine.
They were willing to let Reggie Wayne beat them. It's whether Hilton will have success versus physical press coverage and likely double teams.
My guess is he won't, though I certainly wouldn't rule it out. Hilton's history of struggles outdoors still has me fading him this week in favor of Jordy Nelson , Dez Bryant , and Julian Edelman.