Start Em Sit Em Week 12 2020 NFL
THE PLAYOFFS ARE COMING AND FAST. I’m here to get you to your fantasy playoffs or improve your seeding. It is also Thanksgiving week for Start Em St Em! We need to check these out just in case there are any players that play on Thanksgiving day (there are, spoiler alert). Without further ado, let’s see who will stuff your lineup with fantasy points.
Start Em Sit Em QBs
Teddy Bridgewater: The Panthers play the Vikings in this game. Let’s put it this way, the Vikings made Andy Dalton look good, Teddy should look like a God to the Vikings. Teddy will have to throw though because the Vikings can score on offense.
Carson Wentz: I’m not out on Wentz yet. Sure, your concerns are warranted, but his protection and WRs aren’t the best. They play a spotty Seahawks where Wentz can have a big day and silence some critics.
Tom Brady: I may think the Bucs are frauds but this is all fantasy, Tom Brady can have a good week this week. Against the Chiefs, Tom Brady should have a good day after the Chiefs gave up a lot of fantasy production to Derek Carr.
Taysom Hill: I don’t care what you say, Taysom Hill looked horrible against the Falcons. The Falcons’ pass defense is one of the worst in the league. Now playing against a decent defense in the Broncos, Hill will have a bad day.
Ryan Tannehill: Ryan Tannehill isn’t the best QB, but now going against the Colts, I like him even less this week. This game should be low scoring and not a lot of fantasy production.
Tua Tagovailoa: I’m sitting Tua this week. Got benched last week against the Broncos, and they play the Jets. This will be a good confidence win for Tua, but he won’t need to do much to beat the Jets.
Start Em Sit Em RBs
Josh Jacobs: The Raiders like establishing the run. The Falcons defense just isn’t good, the Raiders will force feed Jacobs if they have to.
Gus Edwards: Usually, I hate playing RBs against good defense, but I will make an exception for Gus. Gus will be the clear #1 for the Ravens as Dobbins and Ingram are out. I’m willing to take the risk that he has a good week.
Salvon Ahmed: Ahmed has emerged as the #1 for the Dolphins in the backfield. With that being said, he will face the Jets defense. The Dolphins should milk the clock and just give the ball to Ahmed the whole game.
James Robinson: I really put James Robinson here because Miles Sanders didn’t have the best week against the Browns. I think the Browns could limit Robinson with the Jaguars’ already lackluster offense.
Melvin Gordon: The Saints have done well against the run, for the most part, holding Todd Gurley to very little production in week 11. Add the fact that Gordon is struggling and he just screams a bad start.
Kenyan Drake: The Cardinals face the Patriots and I can’t say I like the matchup. The defense is pretty stout for the Patriots and has done well to limit RBs. That means it might be a bad week for Drake.
Start Em Sit Em WRs
Justin Jefferson: With Adam Thielen being in danger of not playing, Justin Jefferson is a must play. Name me another Vikings WR…exactly. Even if Thielen does play, I don’t hate Jefferson anyway because of the Panthers’ secondary.
Terry McLaurin: The Cowboys play the Football team on Thanksgiving and that means Scary Terry should stuff the fantasy boards with production. Who’s going to guard Terry? Doesn’t matter, he already scored.
Allen Robinson: The Packers’ defense disappears, and I expect them to disappear against Allen Robinson. Packers should win, but Robinson could eat.
Jarvis Landry: Sit Jarvis for this simple reason, they won’t need him this week. The Browns play the Jaguars and all the Browns are going to do is feed Nick Chubb and Kareem Hunt.
Marquise “Hollywood” Brown: The Steelers secondary is great. With the disconnect between Lamar Jackson and Hollywood, don’t even think about starting Hollywood.
AJ Brown: I love AJ Brown, just not against the Colts. The Colts defense has been solid all year, I can’t see that changing against the Titans.
Noah Fant: The Saints defense has always been susceptible to TEs this year. Noah Fant should take advantage of that.
TJ Hockenson: TJ Hockenson has become a reliable fantasy TE. Against the weak Texans’ defense, expect him to go off.
Dallas Goedert: Without a clear direction of who the best WR for the Eagles is, Dallas Goedert is a consistently reliable option for Wentz. Against the Seahawks’ pass defense, he’ll have great production.
Austin Hooper: As I said for Landry, Hooper is just unneeded in this one, just avoid playing him.
Mike Gesicki: Ahmed should carry the load for the Dolphins this week against the Jets, can’t see Gesicki being much of a factor in this.
Eric Ebron: The Ravens pass defense is formidable and not to be messed with. With Eric Ebron, it might not be the best look seeing how he’s not even one of the main targets.