Pass Happy/Run Happy – Week 14

4 Star Free Agents – Week 14
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Pass Happy


PIT (@OAK):  No running back?  No problem.  Pittsburgh’s down to it’s third-string running back but that shouldn’t be an issue, especially this week.  Big Ben should throw for well over 300 yards and toss multiple scores.  Antonio Brown was heavily involved in the pass game last week and should be again against the Raiders.  JuJu Smith-Schuster doesn’t really score TDs but tends to rack up yardage. He should find the end zone this week though.  With the Steelers down to their third-stringer at RB, TE Vance McDonald may see a few more targets.  Great Starts:  Roethlisberger, Brown and Smith-Schuster  Decent TE Play:  McDonald


GBP (vs. ATL): If Aaron Rodgers doesn’t have a big game after what just went down in Green Bay, we’d be surprised.  Basically Rodgers “got his way” and gotta think the offense really opens up these last few weeks.  Good news is Atlanta gives up the second-most fantasy points to QBs.  Rodgers and his main target Davante Adams should have huge games.  But that’s about it. Stay away from all other WRs.  Jimmy Graham is a decent play.  Great Starts:  Rodgers, Adams  Decent TE Play:  Graham


Run Happy


CAR (@CLE):  Bottom line, Christian McCaffrey has been en fuego the past two weeks and there’s no reason to think that he won’t put forth a big effort here this week.  Cleveland’s run D is certainly nothing special.  For those of you in PPR formats, McCaffrey should catch at least 5-6 balls, maybe more, so the potential is even higher in those leagues.  Great Start:  McCaffrey


LAC (vs. CIN):  No other defense yields more fantasy points to RBs than the Bengals.  Melvin Gordon could technically return this week, but we’re thinking the team holds him out again.  Why risk it, especially when your offense is humming and you have two capable replacements in Justin Jackson and Austin Ekeler. It sure looks like Ekeler does his best when he’s in a complimentary role.  Good thing Jackson looks fully capable of being the “1a” to Ekeler’s “1b”.  Both are good starts this week.  Good Starts:  Jackson and Ekeler