Fantasy Football 2020 The best options to search for reinforcements in the virtual grid
SHe exudes very peculiar in the NFL. After two months with weeks offIn this short week for the Thanksgiving holiday, All 32 teams will have matches.
Vital situation in Fantasy, because for many leagues it is the last or penultimate week of the regular season and losing is prohibited. You have to seek to gain sosy although you do not have to cover casualties for byeThere are injuries and good (or bad) duels that must be attacked (or avoided) in order to achieve the desired victory.
How to strengthen yourself in the virtual grid? We review the options, position by position, that are available in at least 50% of leagues NFL.com.
At the time of originally posting the # 1 choice was JK Dobbins (43.8%), but it was revealed that the rookie and Mark Ingram tested positive for coronavirus, so now the focus shifts to Gus Edwards (RB BAL, 2.9%), although it is a less potential option because it hardly participates in the rushing game. He’s a Brandon Jacobs: goal-line running back (has 3 touchdowns this year). The duel is not the most favorable, against the Steelers, but a TD out there can be sneaked in to save the day.
Carlos Hyde (RB SEA, 28.4%). Who knows when to return (if he returns) Chris Carson and @elguapo, nothing solid, but compliant: 17.5 points against Arizona and now he goes against the Eagles, which Cleveland ran at pleasure on Sunday.
Kallen Ballage (RB LAC, 49.4%). The spot, until Ekeler returns, is his: 16 carries, 44 yards, topping rookie Kelley’s 4 for -2 and Troymaine Pope’s 3 for 4. He also added 7 receptions for 27 yards.
Damien Harris (RB NE, 49.3%). The main RB of a very terestrial attack in the league. The last four weeks he averaged 11.95 points and beware that Rex Burkhead was injured.
Curtis Samuel (WR CAR, 53.3%). Maybe I burned you in the past, as early as week 11 … but it has been 4 of the last 5 weeks with 17 points or more. Teddy Bridgewater should be back, which can only help.
Michael Pittman Jr. (WR IND, 7.9%). The rookie is already the best receiver for the Colts. 9.6, 19.2 and 15.6 points in the last three weeks. He goes again against the Titans, who gave him his best game of the year a couple of weeks ago. WR2 possible, or at least flex the rest of the year.
Patrick’s Team (WR DEN, 6.7%). Since week 3, only in one game has he less than 10 points. He comes from adding 119 yards against the good perimeter of Miami. He is the receiver that plays the most in Denver, the one with the most receptions, yards … and he is free in almost every league. Almost 10 points each week is a minimum flex. And they go to the Saints, maybe they have to pitch more.
Jalen Reagor (WR PHI, 12.4%). Philly is facing a historically bad perimeter and defenses are focusing more on Fulgham, so the rookie has options.
Russell Gage (WR ATL, 7.9%). Julio Jones was injured, so Gage could regain prominence. They go against the Raiders, who allow quite a few points, and if they focus on Ridley without Julio, then Gage can have a game like against the Saints, who had 7 receptions for 58 yards. Better option in PPR, because he only has 1 TD in the year.
Taysom Hill (QB NO, 31.95%). You thought Jameis was going to be the starter, but it was the former BYU QB in charge and his rushing production is what allowed him to be the QB3 this week, with 24.42 points.
Robert Tonyan (TE GB, 43.8%). The sixth best TE of the year, despite having a zero in week 6, is free in more than half of the leagues.
Jordan Reed (TE SF, 28.3%). Injuries are always his problem, but he has a couple of double-digit games in the 5 he has played.
One of my favorite strategies, looking to attack the worst teams in the league. Every year passes: if you choose a defense that that week goes against the worst teams in the league, you have a Top 5 defense at the end of the year.
The Jets They are exploitable every week. The 49ersAs long as they keep more than half the offensive out, they can be an option. Also the Cowboys DiNucci, Gilbert and even Dalton, as well as the Jaguars Luton and the Broncos by Lock. Now the Bengals join after the lesin de Joe Burrow. Many better options than trying to make your defense survive Mahomes …
Giants (13%). They are the eighth best defense in Fantasy and are free in almost all leagues. Now they go to Ryan Finley’s Bengals after Joe Burrow’s injury. In Finley’s three starts in 2019, 24 points to the Baltimore defense, 13 to the Raiders and 12 to the Steelers.
Packers (64.5%). It’s not the best defense in reality, but it goes against the Bears, we don’t know if Trubisky or Foles or someone else will be the QB … and by itself, be it Matt Nagy or Bill Lazor or whoever calls the offense, just the Jets have a worse metric this year.
Browns (25.7%). Jacksonville’s rival of each week. Although be careful that Minshew may return.
Finally, three options for extremely desperate cases. The Texans (5.9%), because in Detroit there are no healthy players. Golladay, Amendola and Swift did not play on Sunday and hardly will on Thursday on turkey day. Washington (31.1%) He’s going again against Dallas, which looked better than any post-injury point for Dak, but the point here is that they’ve already met the Dalton Cowboys and had 17 Fantasy points. With that line, there is a catch option, and if ‘bad’ Dalton shows up … And finally, the Seahawks (33.2%) They have serious problems, but they go to the delivery machine called Carson Wentz and the Eagles.