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Jameis Winston should put up a good game this weekend. He faces off against a struggling Chargers defense, and the lack of a running game for Tampa Bay means that he has to create most of the offense. Add in a healthy dose of Mike Evans and we’re good to go.
Don’t laugh, but I actually like playing Colin Kaepernick this weekend. He’s quietly put up a string of more-than-decent fantasy stat lines, but his price hasn’t quite caught up. Add in the fact that he plays the Chicago (Teddy) Bears and you can play him with certainty.
The Washington Redskins cannot stop anyone, and David Johnson gets the opportunity to face them this weekend. He seems to get 200 yards from scrimmage on the daily, and this weekend should provide him with plenty of opportunity, especially because Carson Palmer doesn’t seem to be able to hit his receivers anymore…
Dovantae Booker hasn’t been spectacular this year, but he does get a consistent 20-25 touches per game, giving him a very high floor. Add in his low price and matchup against an overrated Jacksonville defense, and he make for a nice play.
Remember the advice to play Winston? Yeah, play Mike Evans too.
Seattle has a fairly vicious secondary, but Richard Sherman can only cover one person. So who’s the free guy running around that just might be open? Ted Ginn Jr. Cam has to throw it to somebody, and it might as well be the one who can convert an 80 yard catch and run with his eyes closed.
Michael Thomas. Michael Thomas. Michael Thomas. Michael Thomas. Michael Thomas. Michael Thomas. Michael Thomas. That’s how many touchdowns he’s scored this year, and his lowest target total this year is 5. Not bad at all.
Eric Ebron. New Orleans is going to put up points against Detroit, and despite his no show on Thanksgiving, Ebron has to be part of Detroit’s answer.
Similar to Tedd Ginn Jr., above, Cam has to throw to someone against the Seattle secondary. and Greg Olson’s sure hands sound like a nice place.
Brock Osweiler sucks. Play Green Bay.