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2019 Fantasy Football Week 14 Start-Sit

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Welcome back Fantasy friends and foes to your weekly Fantasy Six Pack 2019 Fantasy Football Week 14 Start-Sit.

I am so excited! It is the best time of the year. No, the holiday season. It is Fantasy Football Playoff Time!!!!

Congratulations to those who made it this far, now let’s get that Fantasy Championship!

Take a look at which players Fantasy managers should start or sit in this week’s 2019 Fantasy Football Week 14 Start-Sit.

2019 Fantasy Football Week 14 Start-Sit

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Start

Ryan Fitzpatrick, QB, Miami Dolphins vs. New York Jets

The Miami Dolphins find themselves without a running game, so they have no choice but to throw the ball around the field. Fortunately for them, they have a gunslinger signal-caller. Fitzmagic has 12 passing touchdowns along with three rushing scores since the Week 5 bye.

Fitzpatrick faces the New York Jets in Week 14, who have given up the eighth-most fantasy points to quarterbacks.

The emergence of wide receiver DeVante Parker and tight end Mike Gesicki as offensive weapons provides options in a passing game that consists of a high volume of opportunities due to consistent negative game script. The Dolphins’ defense has given up the most points in the league this season (377).

Fantasy owners should not be hesitant in inserting Fitzpatrick in their Week 14 fantasy lineups.

Miles Sanders, RB, Philadelphia Eagles vs. New York Giants

With Howard on the shelf, Sanders has been featured in the Eagles’ offense, playing at least 85 percent of the offensive snaps in every game. He is averaging 16 touches per game in his last four contests.

Jordan Howard will be out again this week so that Sanders will dominate touches still for the Eagles in a plus matchup against the New York Giants.

Look for Sanders to duplicate his 100-yard effort and score production from last week and be an RB2 that Fantasy owners can trust in their fantasy playoffs.

Kareem Hunt, RB, Cleveland Browns vs. Cincinnati Bengals

Kareem Hunt has thrived as the pass-catching complement to bruising running back Nick Chubb. In his four games this season, he has averaged 60.8 yards on 6.3 carriers along with 6.3 targets and five receptions per game.

The Cleveland Browns host the Cincinnati Bengals in Week 14, who rank in the bottom five in every defense category imaginable. Truth is every Fantasy owners should start all of their players against the Bengals.

Fantasy managers should not be concerned with sharing touches with Chubb. Hunt forms a great one-two punch with Chubb and will provide a viable flex option for Fantasy owners this week.

Zach Pascal, WR, Indianapolis Colts vs. Tampa Bay Buccaneers

Pascal took advantage of the Colts missing their top receiving options in T.Y. Hilton and Eric Ebron. In Week 13, he totaled 109 yards receiving and will face a Tampa Bay defense that allows the most points per game to wideout.

Pascal might be the only healthy wideout for the Colts this week and should advantage of an awful Bucs secondary, and so should Fantasy owners by getting Pascal in your Week 14 lineups.

James Washington, Pittsburgh Steelers vs. Arizona Cardinals

James Washington has emerged as a legit fantasy option by producing 20 catches for 417 yards and three touchdowns in his last five games.


Playing with his third quarterback this season, Washington has proven that he is not a fluke and has developed excellent chemistry with quarterback Devlin Hodges.

Washington has a cake matchup in Week 14. The Cardinals give up the third-most Fantasy points to wide receivers this season. Additionally, they are last in passer rating at 113.5 and touchdowns at 31.

We will see Washington with his second 100-yard game in this matchup against the Cardinals. Get Washington in your Week 14 lineups.

Mike Gesicki, TE, Miami Dolphins vs. New York Jets

Mike Gesicki has been one of the main targets since Preston Williams went down with a knee injury. He has been targeted six or more times per game in each of the past five games.

The tight end position is a wasteland beside the top-tier options, so Fantasy owners have streamed this position.

The ideal fantasy TE streamer is Mike Gesicki. A Miami Dolphins that can’t run the ball and Fitzmagic behind center. That equals Fantasy points for Gesicki this week and upcoming matchups.

Wait, did I advise Fantasy owners to start two Miami Dolphin players this week?

Sit

Kyler Murray, QB, Arizona Cardinals vs. Pittsburgh Steelers

Kyler Murray is experiencing the typical growing pains and inconsistencies that go along with being an NFL rookie quarterback. The highs display highlights show material while the lows question if he will ever make it in the NFL.

Murray had a considerable low against the Los Angeles Rams on Sunday, throwing for 163 yards and an interception. On the bright side, he saves his fantasy life with a rushing touchdown for the second consecutive week.

In Week 14, Murray takes on a Steeler defense that owns the seventh-ranked pass defense and since acquiring Minkah Fitzpatrick have only allowed one quarterback to throw for 300 yards.

It would not be a prudent idea to rely on Murray for any type of Fantasy success in this week’s matchup.

Tevin Coleman, RB, San Francisco 49ers vs. New Orleans Saints

When Kyle Shanahan signed on to be the Falcons head coach, everyone knew that Coleman would eventually sign in San Francisco. Coleman is a burner and is a significant pass-catcher out of the backfield. His dual-threat ability alone made Shanahan drool over the prospect of Coleman in wine and gold.

Coleman has been a disappointment this season. He ranks last among the team’s running backs with just 3.8 yards per carry.

The former Falcon has intense competition for touches in the Niners backfield. Raheem Mostert and Matt Brieda are better overall backs and will continue to see the ball when healthy. However, keeping them healthy is the key with every back in this backfield missing some time throughout the season.

This entire backfield frightens me and makes me never to trust them with playoff life on the line. NO Thanks!

Marquise Brown, WR, Baltimore Ravens vs. Buffalo Bills

Marquise Brown is a typical boom-or-bust Fantasy option. Brown could produce like a Fantasy monster as he did in Week 12 against the Los Angeles Rams when he produced five catches for 42 yards and two scores. He followed that productive Fantasy day with one catch and one-yard performance against the Niners.

The Ravens will face a stiff test in their Week 14 matchup against the Buffalo Bills, who are the third-best defense in yards allowed per gameas well as in points per game.

Brown is a big-play threat who will be shadowed by Tre’Davious White, who has materialized into one of the few remaining elite corners in this league. Fantasy owners should not trust Marquise Brown in Week 14.

Jared Cook, TE, New Orleans Saints vs. San Francisco 49ers

Jared Cook has been playing reasonably well in recent matchups by finding the end zone in two of his last three games. However, Cook will face-off versus the San Franciso 49ers this week, who have yet to allow a tight end to surpass 62 receiving yards against them this season.


Cook will be frustrating to own this week as fantasy owners take a look at his recent production. Fantasy owners might be forced to believe that Cook is a legit Fantasy option this week. Don’t be that owner! Analyze the matchups and realize Cook has to be on your bench in Week 14.


Still can’t decide who to insert in your Week 14 Lineups?  Take a look at the Fantasy Six Pack’s Week 14 rankings to decide for Fantasy owners.

About Dennis Sosic

Dennis Sosic is from Cleveland, Ohio and a HUGE sports fan including NFL (GO BROWNS!) and college football (GO BUCKEYES!) MLB (GO TRIBE), NBA (GO CAVS!) and MMA. He has been called a Sports Geek by friends and foes alike and that fits him perfectly. He has been competing in fantasy sports, mainly fantasy football and baseball for over 20 years. Please do all of us a favor and follow Dennis @ CALL_ME_SOS.

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