Harry Mayes (@harrymayesTU): Harry Mayes, representing our partners at Vig It (@Vig_it), gave us a full slate of games to bet on in college football and for Week 14 NFL action.
- Wisconsin/Iowa u41.5
- Saints -7 over Eagles
- Saints/Eagles u42.5
- Falcons/Chargers o49.5
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Tony "Jigsaw" Cutillo (@TCutillo23):
It's the Fantasy Football Playoffs and there's no time for mistakes. Look at the data, preview the matchup and when in doubt, go with your STUDS!
Week 14 Stars:
Matt Ryan (@LAC) - Last 2 games were lackluster due to the game script. This week will be much different. I see 40+ attempts and double-digit touchdowns even without Julio.
Ty Johnson (@SEA) - Even if Frank Gore plays, Ty Johnson showed with his 24 touches and 5.5 ypc that he can be an asset to a bad team. On top of that, they face a bad Seattle run defense that has a ton of holes. Even if the game gets out of hand, Ty will be on the field 50% of the time contributing.
Tim Patrick (@CAR) - Drew Lock has been averaging 22.1 ppg over the last 6 and TP has been his favorite target. This week he faces a Caroline defense that gives up a whopping 44 ppg against opposing fantasy WRs. This is a prime time matchup that could pay huge dividends.
Week 14 Stiffs:
Kirk Cousins (@TB) - Kirk has been hot, but the fire is ready to be extinguished. The Bucs have had 2 weeks to prepare and the one thing they do well is hit the QB. Remember, Mr. Softee doesn't like to get hit.
Miles Sanders (NO) - Even with a QB change, 16 carries in 2 weeks in a bad offense gives me no confidence. Until the offense shows a newfound trust in Miles, you need to proceed with caution.
JuJu Smith-Schuster (@BUF) - He is no longer Ben's top play guy and his 4.2 ypc over the last 3 games says enough for me. Time to take a seat JuJu.
Victor Williams (@ThePhillyPod): Jalen Hurts will suit up for his career start against the Saints and their #1 ranked defense. The Saints are only allowing 289 yards per game and have only allowed 230 yards/game over their last three contests. Jason Peters will miss the remainder of the season with a toe injury and Doug Pederson has stated that he will rely more on the run this week to make things easier for Jalen Hurts. Regardless of the outcome, it's clear that the Eagles intend to preserve Carson Wentz for the future while holding on to their top draft pick.