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Week 14 Report Card
QB Shaun Hill STL: 213 yards, 2 TD = 20 points
RB Chris Johnson NYJ: 2 rec, 66 total yards = 8 points
WR Stedman Bailey STL: 2 rec, 47 yards = 6 points
K Randy Bullock HOU: 2/2 FG, 3/3 XPM = 11 points
D/ST Vikings MIN = 24 PA, 1 INT, 1 FR, 3 SACK, TD = 12 points
Derek Anderson | PANTHERS (0.4% owned)
In relief for the injured Cam Newton (back), Anderson has officially been named the starter for Sunday at home against the Buccaneers.
Facing the same defense he tossed for 230 yards and two touchdowns through the air against in Week 1, Anderson will get a second crack at the 24th ranked unit in passing yards allowed. Having surrendered at least one touchdown pass to opposing quarterbacks since Week 2, a familiar divisional matchup could lead to another 20+ fantasy day for the 11-year vet.
Full disclosure: QB2 value could be through the roof. Keep in mind, he'd face his former team (Browns) next week if Newton is held out for a consecutive week. Gotta love QB streams in the playoffs!
I'd take him over: Josh McCown, Jake Locker, Alex Smith, Shaun Hill, Derek Carr, Teddy Bridgewater
Kerwynn Williams | CARDINALS (15.7% owned)
Coming out of nowhere rushing for 100 yards on 19 carries against the Chiefs, it was Williams that received the majority of first team snaps in relief for Andre Ellington (hernia). Not only did Williams get the bulk of the carries, but 'starting' running back Stepfan Taylor touched ball a grand total of seven times - leaving there no reason to believe he'll be a threat to Williams' workload moving forward.
Full disclosure: The chance of a consecutive 100-yard performance against a talented St. Louis defense appears quite slim. Although this late in the season, running backs that contribute on an every down basis are too valuable to keep on the waiver wire for long.
I'd take him over: Chris Ivory, Lorenzo Taliaferro, Benny Cuningham, Stepfan Taylor, Anthony Dixon
Charles Johnson | VIKINGS (12.8% owned)
So, this particular C.Johnson isn't your ideal receiver for the fantasy playoff run, but his production over the last four weeks forces fantasy owners to at least consider it.
Hauling in four catches for 103 yards and a touchdown against the Jets in Week 14, Johnson shouldn't see any kind of decrease in targets as the Vikings will likely find themselves coming from behind against the Lions in Detroit. While Johnson has reached double-digit fantasy production in three out of the last four weeks, Teddy Bridgewater will more than likely be looking his direction quite often if he plans on extending his multiple touchdown streak to a fifth game.
Full disclosure: Johnson should come through for a solid WR3/Flex play in deeper-leagues on Sunday. Five receptions for 50 yards shouldn't be too much to ask for, you just may have to wait for garbage time to see the touchdown.
I'd take him over: Nick Toon, Reuben Randle, Marqise Lee, Cole Beasley, Derek Hagan
Gavin Escobar | COWBOYS (0.3% owned)
Here's the hunch: The Eagles defense does absolutely everything they can to eliminate Dez Bryant and Jason Witten from the passing game. This particular scheme could call for the second year tight end to see multiple red-zone opportunities despite reeling in just two passes over the last five weeks.
Is it worth noting he's either matched or outscored Jimmy Graham in fantasy for two consecutive weeks?
Full disclosure: Escobar's extended playing time in Dallas will have to wait at least one more year behind veteran Jason Witten. Although, that doesn't necessarily mean he can't snag a touchdown catch for a desperate deep-league owner. Feeling lucky today?
I'd take him over: Dion Sims, Gary Barnidge, Benjamin Watson, John Carlson
Nick Folk | JETS (2.3% owned)
Folk (hip) returned to action on Sunday by booting five field goals and one extra point for a total of 17 fantasy points against the Vikings in Week 14. He faces a Titans team who just allowed 21 fantasy points to Giants' kicker Josh Brown, marking the second time in the last three weeks that a kicker has posted at least 20 fantasy points against them.
Full disclosure: The Titans rank last in the NFL to opposing fantasy kickers this season, putting Folk in the Top 10 kicker conversation for Week 15.
I'd take him over: Josh Brown, Shaun Suisham, Cairo Santos, Josh Scobee
New York Jets | @ TEN (5.7% owned)
Notables: BAL D/ST vs. JAC, Giants D/ST vs. WSH, Colts D/ST vs. HOU