One of the most crucial parts to playing fantasy football is playing the match-up. Now some players are match-up proof. You are not going to sit Aaron Rodgers or Adrian Peterson. These are some Fantasy football starts and sits for week 14 to help you win this weeks match up.
Fantasy Football Starts and Sits for Week 14
Buffalo Bills quarterback Tyrod Taylor has been one of the best waiver wire finds this season. He is currently averaging 16 points per game. In week 14 he has a great match-up vs the Philadelphia Eagles who are giving up the third most points to quarterbacks this season.
Tampa Bay Buccaneers quarterback Jameis Winston has been averaging 18 points per game since coming off their bye. In week 14 he is going up against the New Orleans Saints who are giving up the most points to quarterbacks this season.
Seattle Seahawks running back Thomas Rawls has been one of the best running back in the NFL since taking over the starting job, currently averaging 22 points per game. In week 14 he is going up against the Baltimore Ravens and should produce solid numbers in week 14.
Miami Dolphins running back Lamar Miller has been one of the most frustrating running backs to own this season, manly because his inconsistency in touches. In week 13, he had 20 touches and should see the same amount of work in week 14 against the New York Giants. The Giants are giving up the tenth most points to running backs this season.
Seattle Seahawks wide receiver Doug Baldwin has seen a increase in targets since Jimmy Graham’s injury and is averaging 19 points since the bye week. In week 14 he is going up against the Baltimore Ravens who are giving up the fourth most points to wide receivers this season.
Cleveland Browns wide receiver Travis Benjamin has been a solid flex option this season. Now that Johnny Manziel has been named the starter he should see more targets. Benjamin is averaging 14 points per game when Johnny is at quarterback. In week 14, he has a solid match-up against the San Francisco 49ers who are giving up the 12th most points to wide receivers this season.
New Orleans Saints tight end Benjamin Watson has been a solid option at tight end this season, currently averaging seven points per game. In week 14 he is going up against the Tampa Bay Buccaneers. Watson should be able to produce some solid numbers.
Green Bay Packers tight end Richard Rodgers was last week’s hero for the Packers and if you started him, he probably helped you win. He is getting a lot of targets from Aaron Rodgers and should produce solid numbers in week 14 against the Dallas Cowboys.
San Diego Chargers quarterback Philip Rivers started off the season great and was producing big fantasy points. The team has been plagued by injures since and Rivers production has taken a big hit. In week 14 he is going against the the Kansas City Chiefs who are giving up the ninth fewest points to quarterbacks this season.
Altanta Falcons quarterback Matt Ryan has been up and down all season. In recent weeks he has been only averaging 13 points per game. This week, he is going up against the Carolina Panthers who are allowing the fourth fewest points to quarterbacks this season.
Lacy has been one of the biggest non-injury busts of the season. He was drafted in the top five running backs this season and is currently ranked 37th, averaging six points per game. In week 14, he is going up against the Dallas Cowboys and with his lack of touches he should be on your bench.
St. Louis Rams running back Todd Gurley has been having a solid rookie season, but has been down in recent weeks. The past two has seen Gurley get just 19 total touches for 71 yards. This is manly because the Rams are getting blown out and go away from the run. In week 14, Gurley is going up against the Detroit Lions who have been tough on running backs in recent weeks.
The rookie wide receiver for the Raiders has been having a great season but has been up and down when it comes to his fantasy points per game. He faces the Denver Broncos this week who are giving up the fewest points to wide receivers this season.
The 2015 season has been Dallas Cowboys wide receiver Dez Bryant’s worst of his career. He broke his foot in week one and since coming back he is averaging six points per game. Up next in week 14 is the Green Bay Packers who are giving up the tenth fewest points to wide receivers this season.
Rudolph has been plagued by inconsistency all season. He might not fare much better against the Arizona Cardinals who are have been tough on tight ends throughout the course of the year.
Ebron has had issues with drops this season which is one of the reasons he’s been hugely inconsistent. He has a solid match up in week 14 against the St. Louis Rams but with his lack of production you might need to steer clear.