Damn you, Mike Evans! Anyone else have to play him in two leagues this past weekend? Unreal. Ok…..I’m done venting my frustrations. No way to see that one coming.

Week 12 start/sit coming up. (Carolina and Pittsburgh on bye)


QB, Alex Smith, Kansas City Chiefs

The Chiefs have been nice lately and Smith has been managing the games pretty well. A matchup at Oakland this week with a few dump-offs to Charles out of the backfield will pad the numbers pretty nicely.

RB, Trent Richardson, Indianapolis Colts

With Bradshaw going down I have to think Richardson can run on the Jaguars right?

WR, Jordan Matthews, Philadelphia Eagles

Matthews is extremely talented and QB Mark Sanchez has a target-crush on him. That’s a nice thing to have from an Eagles’ WR.

TE, Coby Fleener, Indianapolis Colts

Fleener was targeted a lot by buddy Andrew Luck after Dwayne Allen went down and left the game. Allen may still play but I’d still bet Fleener gets a good amount of targets and touches against the Jags.

D/ST, Philadelphia Eagles

I know they got man-handled last week but back home against a Titans team on short rest is what I like.


QB, Russell Wilson, Seattle Seahawks

This is a huge game in the NFC West and the Cardinals are playing superb on defense. The game is in Seattle but the Cardinals will not be fazed.

RB, Andre Ellington, Arizona Cardinals

Seattle has been very “non-Seattle-like” this season but they are still going to be tough against the run at home. I think Ellington has limited output.

WR, Calvin Johnson, Detroit Lions

Do you really think Belichik and Revis are going to let Johnson beat them? Of course not! He will be taken out of the game! Priority number 1!

D/ST, Baltimore Ravens

The Ravens travel to New Orleans this week and are pretty good defensively. I have them and I’m sitting ’em. I know the Saints got thumped at home by Cinci last week but I think Brees and company wakes up this week.

About The Author Terrence Kirker

Die hard New York Giants fan and avid fantasy football player in multiple leagues and formats. Former contributor to NFLSoup.com and now breakingfootball.com sharing advice and picks for the past 4 years.