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NFL Fantasy: Sit ‘Em, Week 12

by archysport

The Titans begin to afflict the absence of Derrick Henry and the surprise loss the Texans handed him is the proof. Plus, the flimsy Carson Wentz faces the Buccaneers, who still boast an elite defense.

Who to sit on week 12?

  • Quarterback: Against the Texans Ryan Tannehill he had four interceptions and a meager 58.4 rating. The Titans’ next game is against the Patriots, who have just added three interceptions to the Falcons (the exchanges were against different quarterbacks).
  • Running back: With the discharge of Chris Carson, Alex Collins he has been the backup running back for the Seahawks. Still, the 27-year-old RB has only one game of more than 100 yards this season and against the WFT it seems unlikely that he will get a good production (the capitalists tolerate 98.5 rushing yards per game).
  • Wide receiver: Matthew Stafford has had a decline in his performance in recent weeks (accentuated against the Titans and 49ers). Given this, and considering that the Packers only allow 213.2 passing yards per game, it seems like a risky bet to have Odell Beckham Jr. in the starting lineup.
  • Tight end: During the Chargers’ long-suffering victory over the Steelers, Jared Cook It was seen as one of the pieces that didn’t work out for Justin Herbert, and that performance has been a consistent – eight games with less than 50 yards. For week 12, the “Bolts” will face the Broncos, a team that has shown itself to the height against the tight ends.
  • Defensive: Los Vikings they showed they can be a portentous offense and make no mistakes against the Packers. The confidence boost that the home win represented could mean Kirk Cousins ​​and Justin Jefferson can give a lot of headaches to the 49ers.
  • Kicker: It’s not about the rival the Packers have in front of this week (the Rams), but the problems of Mason Crosby. Since Week 5, the veteran kicker has scored 9 of 17 field goal attempts and has the worst conversion percentage in the entire NFL.

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