If only I could forsee injuries. You guys would love that column; predicting injuries for your lineup. Can’t tell you how many games I’ve lost by 3 points of less this season and they are all at the expense of an injury and not getting enough points. Frustrating!

However, we must carry on in fantasy football. I give you the week 12 start/sit….as I have no forseeable injury updates.

And Happy Thanksgiving! Enjoy the food and football.

START

QB, Matthew Stafford, Detroit Lions

Seriously….how bad is the Philly defense right now. A Thursday Thanksgiving Day game and a short week???? I think the Lions will be pretty good at home in this one.

RB, T.J. Yeldon, Jacksonville Jaguars

San Diego comes to town this week giving up 125.9 yards per game on the ground. I love Yeldon this week!

WR, Golden Tate, Detroit Lions

Again….I really like Stafford this week and though I think Megatron has a good game, I think Tate has a really good one against a weak Philly D as well.

TE, Kyle Rudolph, Minnesota Vikings

What a huge game last week against the Packers. I’m thinking he becomes Bridgewater’s security-blanket and clutch guy with every passing week.

D/ST, Cincinnati Bengals

All you have to do to stop the Rams is limit Todd Gurley. Cinci has the ability to do it and that will be their main focus. I think they get the job done at home this week.

SIT

QB, Tony Romo, Dallas Cowboys

I know you’re all giddy that Tony is back but on the road in Carolina is nothing to like. The Panthers are darn good and I’d pray he doesn’t get hurt again.

RB, DeAngelo Williams, Pittsburgh Steelers

Wouldn’t expect a monster out of him at Seattle. I’m thinking 76 yards and no TD’s. Pittsburgh will need an air assault to win this one in the northwest.

WR, T.Y Hilton, Indianapolis Colts

I’m done with him. I don’t care who he’s playing I’m just done. Can’t take it anymore. I just had to get that out….sorry!

D/ST, New England Patriots

A trip to Denver this week and I expect the Broncos and Osweiler to step up and play a very emotionally inspired football. The Pats may still win but the score will be up there for both sides

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.