Fantasy Football On Target: How Week 14 weather ruined many fantasy teams

by Tim Heaney on December 10, 2013 @ 07:08:11 PDT

 

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Wide receivers

Week 14 utilizations
Rk
Player
Tm
Wk14
Notes
1
HOU
21
Regardless of QB, he'll be fed.
2
NO
13
It was his turn to dominate the game plan.
3
WAS
12
Would Kirk Cousins pay him the same attention?
4
DEN
12
If Wes Welker (concussion) can't go, this'll continue.
5
ARI
12
Looked fresh, becomes starter-worthy down the stretch.
6
BUF
11
Rough QB play limiting potential.
7
CLE
11
He doesn't care who's taking snaps as long as the ball gets to him.
8
BAL
11
Hard to count on this every week.
9
DEN
10
Going to be hard to clear protocol by Thursday.
10
MIN
10
Maintains PPR flex value
11
ATL
10
Could be one of the biggest draft values next year.
12
DEN
10
Most consistently targeted DEN WR
13
OAK
10
So much for Andre Holmes' momentum.
14
CHI
10
Did you see that catch?

WW: Da'Rick Rogers (nine) and LaVon Brazill (four) have overtaken Darrius Heyward-Bey in the Indianapolis Colts' hierarchy. They'll likely continue taking reps from the stagnant run game with their big-play ability, but the choice to play each week will depend on matchups. Rogers is the ideal choice to replace DHB on the outside, so he's the better bet.

WW: Why haven't you picked up Cordarrelle Patterson (eight targets)? His after-the-catch brilliance, aided by the winter wonderland in Baltimore, proves that the Vikings will continue to involve him frequently.

Michael Crabtree's eight targets doubled the number from his debut, and he may be hurting Vernon Davis' involvement as a result. Colin Kaepernick leaned on Crabtree last year during the wideout's breakthrough campaign.

WW: Justin Hunter (eight looks) continued his surge up the Tennessee Titans' target totem pole. The rookie's downfield ability (19.7 yards per grab this year) was highlighted in his 41-yard TD scoring play and another 57-yard grab.

TEs close it out

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