Matt and I split on our start/sit conflict

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Well Donte Moncrief Color Rush Jersey ,  from Thursday. In the battle of the Williams’, Damien’s two touchdowns proved me wrong, and Tyrell’s drops hurt Matt. Sunday’s matchups offer a much cleaner look at your start/sit options. A few injuries may have you looking for coverage. If you listened to Matt, maybe you started Damien instead of Melvin Gordon. James Connor is another player down, and many others will have you watching their respective teams list of players out for the day.Hopefully you only started the studs in both of last nights games.STARTQB Ben Roethlisberger, Steelers Even exiting from the game last week he still managed close to 20 points. Now in a must win showdown against the Patriots I expect one of those Big Ben games. This is a shootout! Projection: 334 yards passing with 5 touchdowns and 1 interceptionQB Andrew Luck, Colts Don’t get silly here in the playoffs. Luck IS a stud and has been liking it all year. The Cowboys defense is good, but they have given up at least 18 fantasy points on the road and Luck is a beast at home (around 25 points in last five home games). Must start. Projection: 252 yards passing with 3 touchdowns and 1 interceptionQB Tom Brady, PatriotsReliable but not delivering the numbers he once did, Tom has not been a must start this year. He hasn’t really been they guy you thought, but he came back into form last week for three touchdowns to have his team lose because Gronk can’t tackle! They need to win to have a good seed and this game has shootout written all over it. Projection: 352 yards passing with 4 touchdowns RB Doug Martin, RaidersHe has been dominating the backfield touches and has been scoring touchdowns!! The Bengals rushing defense has been poor during the second half of season, giving up the 5th most points in that time. I’ll start him as a flex for the playoffs Projection: 15 total touches with 84 yards and 1 touchdown. RB Derrick Henry, Titans Call me crazy, but I’m starting him. After his career day last week, I think he has flex potential against the Giants. They’ve surrendered 10 rushing touchdowns and the 8th most points to running backs. Projection: 65 yards rushing, 1 touchdown with 3 receptions for 22 yardsWR Josh Gordon, Patriots I have been advocating that the Steelers/Patriots matchup will be a shoot out, and Josh Gordon’s ceiling is so high. This could be easily one of those ridiculous number games for Josh Gordon. I’m going bold in my projection.Projection: 6 receptions for 75 yards and 2 touchdownsWR Tyler Lockett, Seahawks He posted a dud last week only dropping 42 yards, but the 49ers are a nice matchup. They have yielde 20 touchdowns and the 8th most points to the position. Projection: 6 receptions for 75 yards and 1 touchdownTE CJ Uzomah, Bengals Match up start right here! The Raiders are giving up the most points to the position so if you are in a bind ride him out. Projection: 5 receptions for 41 yards and 1 touchdownTE Austin Hooper, Falcons It’s like putting your finger in the wind and predicting the weather. He hasn’t been hot as of late but I think that might change this week against the Cardinals. He is top five in targets since the half so the opportunities are there. I’ll roll with him in a thin position. Projection: 6 receptions for 61 yards and 1 touchdownBaltimore Ravens Defense Trust a Ravens defense in the throes of a playoff run to manage Tampa Bay with consistency questions on the offensive side of the ball, especially with DeSean Jackson out. See my Sit list for greater detail.Projection: 14 points allowed with 3 turnovers and 4 sacks K Ryan Succop, TitansThe Giants have given up the most conversions the season. I suspect a great bounce back week for Succup. He is my streamer kicker of choice. Projection: 3 for 3 on field goals and 2 for 2 on extra pointsSIT QB Jameis Winston, BucsQuarterbacks don’t farewell against the Baltimore Ravens, averaging a QB rating of 76.5 when they play in Baltimore. They held Mahomes relatively in check last week. I’ll fade on him this weekProjection: 230 total yards passing with 1 touchdown and 2 interceptionsQB Matt Stafford, Lions Being a return offender on the sit list https://www.jaguarsfanstore.com/Brad-Nortman-Jersey , Matthew Stafford has failed to reach 16 fantasy points in each of us last six games. At this point he’s not worth starting in any format. Projection: 252 yards passing with 2 touchdowns and 2 interceptionsQB Ryan Tannehill, Dolphins He has been really good since coming back from his injury, unfortunately the Dolphins match up against the Minnesota Vikings is not appealing. The Vikings have only allowed four passing touchdowns when they’re playing at home. Tannehill could have a hard time getting points. Projection: 279 yards passing with 1 touchdown and 1 interceptionRB Sony Michel, PatriotsI think Bill hates fantasy football. James Devlin touchdowns?! Really? His snap count has dropped with this committee. The Steelers also given up the 6th fewest fantasy points per game to opposing fantasy running backs. Projection: 75 total yards with 3 receptionsRB Mark Ingram, Saints He Is a touchdown dependent running back, and this week as they play the Panthers who have given up the fifth fewest points to the position. I’m not risking my chances for fantasy glory! Projection: 65 total yards WR Chris Godwin, Bucs He has benefited with DJaX out,but the matchup against the Raven is so bad. They average only 22 points to the position. I’ll fade on him. Projection: 4 receptions for 52 yardsWR Alshon Jeffery, EaglesHe bounced back last week but Nick Folesis going to be the starter with Wentz done for the year. He also faces the Rams and AquibTalib. Projection: 5 receptions for 45 yardsTE Trey Burton, BearsHe scored less than five points in the last five games. He is not used in this offense and I’ll fade on him until proven otherwise. Projection: 2 receptions for 15 yardsTE Dallas Goedert, EaglesDon’t chase the points. He is so inconsistent that it’s tough predict what will happen. With Foles at QB you have to assume a drop in his already low production, and they are playing the Rams who need a win to keep up with Saints for first seed. Sit him Projection: 3 receptions for 35 yardsK Mason Crosby, PackersHe wasn’t supposed to have a good fantasy performance last week but he did. I wouldn’t chase the points as the Packers are playing at the Bears who are the toughest defense to go against. I’ll fade all of this week. Projection: 1 for 1 on field goals and 1 for 1 on extra pointsDallas Cowboys Defense Andrew Luck has been hot especially at home. I have a feeling if the Cowboys win this game it will be via the offense. Projection: 24 points allowed with 2 turnovers and 3 sacks The Jacksonville Jaguars were thoroughly embarrassed by the upstart Kansas City Chiefs on Sunday, losing 30-14. But in addition to the loss on the field, the Jaguars took another hit as running back Corey Grant is likely to miss the remainder of the season with a Lisfranc (foot) injury. Grant, while not an every down player, is an important player in an already thin running back group. With starter Leonard Fournette dealing with a hamstring injury that has kept him out for the majority of the season, things look bleak there. Jacksonville was extremely lucky on the injury front in 2017, but that has not been the case in 2018. Grant is the third key player the Jaguars have lost for the season (joining wide receiver Marqise Lee and left tackle Cam Robinson). In addition to the players out for the season, several other players such as the aforementioned Fournette, D.J. Hayden, A.J. Cann, Brandon Linder, Calais Campbell and Austin Seferian-Jenkins have been dealing with with injuries in varying degrees throughout the season. T.J. Yeldon, who has been dealing with an ankle injury of his own, has actually played quite well as the lead back, but it is down to him and Brandon Wilds on the active roster. With Fournette expected to miss at least one more week (and probably more), it would be wise for the Jaguars to take a look at a few free agents. Last week Jaelen Strong Jersey , the Jaguars worked out former New York Giants running back Orleans Darkwa and former Cleveland Browns running back Matt Dayes. No deals came out of those two workouts, but if the Jaguars liked what they saw, they may feel compelled to sign one of the tailbacks. Here are a few more running backs available, according to Spotrac: Mike Gillislee: Arguably the best option on the free agent market right now, Gillislee has totaled 1,291 rushing yards and 16 touchdowns, while averaging 4.7 yards per carry in his career. He has also caught 17 balls for 103 yards and an additional score. Gillislee has spent time with the Miami Dolphins, Buffalo Bills, New England Patriots and, most recently, the New Orleans Saints who cut him this weekend to activate Mark Ingram. Gillislee could be a good addition in the backfield, but the Patriots are reportedly interested in re-signing him. Shane VereenMore of a pass-catching threat, Vereen may be a guy who can play a similar role to Grant, but with less speed. In 79 career games, Vereen has nearly 1,500 rushing yards. He has never surpassed 400 yards in a season, but he has scored eight career touchdowns on the ground and averages 4.2 yards per attempt. He does damage in the passing game, however, nabbing 221 career catches for 1,865 yards and 11 touchdowns. Vereen has four different seasons where he has at least 44 receptions, including a career high 59 catches in 2015. Jamaal Charles The Chiefs’ all-time leading rusher is easily the most productive free agent available. Charles has totaled 7,556 rushing yards (5.3 YPC) and 44 touchdowns, while also catching more than 300 passes for 2586 and 20 more scores. But he turns 32-years-old in December and isn’t the player he once was. Charles played for the Denver Broncos in 2017, amassing 419 total yards and one score in 14 games. Charles thinks he can still play, and was frustrated with his usage in Denver. In reality, he is likely a washed-up running back who wouldn’t offer the Jaguars a whole lot (but the Jaguars are going to give him a chance)Terrance West At 27-yards-old, West may still have some good football left. West averages just 3.9 yards per carry in his career, though Tanner Lee Color Rush Jersey , and isn’t a huge threat in the passing game. He did have 34 receptions in 2016, but hasn’t caught more than 11 balls in any other season. Running the ball, West had a career high 774 yards in 2015 with the Baltimore Ravens and has totaled 1,816 career yards and found the end zone 11 times. He isn’t going to be a bell cow back by any means, but may be worth a look for depth purposes. Eddie Lacy Lacy is a free agent for a reason. Lacy has garnered3,614 rushing yards and 23 touchdowns on the ground. He also has 107 career catches for 947 yards and six additional scores. But his numbers are top heavy. After starting his career with back-to-back 1,100-yard seasons, he hasn’t rushed for more than 758 yards since then, and has not eclipsed more than 360 yards in a season since 2015. Now at 28-years-old, and as a guy who’s physical shape has been in question at times, I doubt he’s the answer for Jacksonville’s backfield. Other options include Danny Woodhead, Lance Dunbar, Andre Ellington, Branden Oliver, and C.J. Spiller, amongst others.It’s not a very inspiring group, and the Jaguars need to figure out which players fit best into the offensive scheme, but the Jaguars need help in the backfield. Jacksonville can also look to practice squad players on other teams. A trade is another possibility, but doesn’t seem likely. We’ll keep our eyes peeled to see how this situation shakes out. Follow along for updates. Would you like to see any of these players in a Jaguars uniform, or is there a player I missed? Discuss in the comments section. Updates, 10/9: The Jaguars have reportedly signed rookie running back David Williams off of the Denver Broncos’ practice squad. It would be surprising if this the only move Jacksonville makes, but we’ll see what happens. Jacksonville is expected to work out the aforementioned veteran running back Jamaal Charles on Tuesday.Former Kansas City Chiefs running back Charcandrick West is also reportedly working out for the Jaguars. The Jaguars will indeed sign Charles to a one-year deal, per ESPN’s Adam Schefter. Updates, 10/11:The Jaguars made another move at the running back position on Thursday, signing Bo Scarbrough to the practice squad. Scarbrough was waived from the Dallas Cowboys’ practice squad on Tuesday.