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WEEKLY SCORING PROJECTIONS

Weekly Fantasy Football player projections for

Wide Receivers

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Notes:

  • List ranked by PPR, then “standard” Fantasy Football Scoring” (1 point per 10 yards, 6 points per TD, lost points for fumble lost).
  • Anything that we change during the week, we will noted in the 'CHG' column
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Updated on:
December 12, 2018

MAJOR UPSIDE:

Tyreek Hill v. LAC

I just want to give Tyreek the vote of confidence for a start here, because some are questioning whether to start or are rather worried.

Hill hurt his heel in-game Sunday, he played through it and was back practicing Tuesday (limited). If he were in a walking boot or a 'game time decision' it would be more worrisome. Hill has four days to get healed up enough to go full throttle. He should be fine.

He might not get jet sweeps, and if KC runs away he may not see as much snaps/targets -- but if Hill's condition is not that dire, as this appears, you have to start him, you can't sit him unless you have an awesome depth at WR and are worried to the point of not wanting to watch TNF.

We'll continue to watch his movements all day Thursday to see what we see. Right now, you have to jump head first with him.

Honorable Mention —
Brandin Cooks v. PHI, Curtis Samuel v. NO, Adam Thielen v. MIA

LOW SCORE SURPRISE:

Kenny Golladay v. BUF

I don't like any WRs going up against Tre'Davious White, so there's that right away.

I love Golladay but White + Cold + Stafford not 100%...I'll seek better options if I have them.

Honorable Mention —
Antonio Brown v. NE, Alshon Jeffrey v. LAR

THE WR WHO COULD COME OUT OF NOWHERE:

Isaia McKenzie v. DET

What the what? Rabbitt's favorite ex-Bronco?

You know what he's done in his last two games? 4.0 rec. (4 catches each game) on 5.5 targets, 46.5 yards, and 0.0 rec. TDs...not bad?

...but then there is this: 4 carries for 22 yards and a TD last week.

Carries in games his last 4 games: 3-2-0-4. Two rushing TDs in his last 3 games.

A 4.42 runner with 6.64 three-cone that the Bills are using as a quasi old-school Tyreek Hill. If history is a guide...4 catches for 40+ yards (and long TD pop potential) with 1-2 carries (for a team with banged up RBs) and 10-20 rushing with a chance at a TD run.

Honorable Mention —
Jordy Nelson v. CIN