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  • ATL Running Back #25
    Allgeier got nine carries to Bijan Robinson’s 10, though the bulk of his touches came outside of the red zone. Cordarrelle Patterson also received three carries, setting a hierarchy where Allegeier is the second option out of the Falcons backfield. The Falcons were more pass-happy this game, rendering less opportunities for the backfield in general. With Patterson continuing to get opportunities, Allgeier is barely an RB4 against the Panthers in Week 15.
  • NO Tight End #80
    Graham now has four receptions in 2023, with three being touchdowns. His only snaps and routes come in the red zone, and with Taysom Hill (foot) sidelined in Week 14, he saw a little extra run alongside Juwan Johnson. Graham’s red zone involvement makes him a somewhat interesting deep league option.
  • LAR Wide Receiver #10
    The Rams’ WR1 was at his best in this one. Kupp caught three passes of 20-plus yards, which included a 34-yard reception against Marlon Humphrey to move the Rams within range for a game-tying field goal late in the fourth quarter. Kupp would connect with Matthew Stafford for a six-yard touchdown in the second quarter, accounting for one of Stafford’s three touchdown passes on the afternoon. It was a much-needed big game for Kupp, who hadn’t topped 48 receiving yards in his previous six games. He’ll be in another prime spot in Week 15 when the Rams take on the Commanders.
  • NO Running Back #41
    Two of Kamara’s three receptions went for big losses. Though his lone score came in the green zone, Kamara did not see the kind of usage one might expect in a New Orleans offense missing Taysom Hill (foot), the team’s primary red zone rusher over the past month and a half. Jamaal Williams logged 11 rushes to Kamara’s dozen in what was a decidedly run heavy approach from the Saints. Kamara’s pass game involvement and the Saints’ run heaviness in the red zone should keep him in the high-end RB1 conversation next week against the Giants.
  • NYJ Quarterback #2
    The third 300-yard effort of Wilson’s career was his first since last December. To say it was unlikely in his first start back in place of the since-released Tim Boyle would be an understatement. As the rain swirled and came down in buckets in East Rutherford, Wilson thrived as C.J. Stroud struggled. His 8.4 yards per attempt were by far his most of the season, while the two-score outing was only his second. He found Garrett Wilson for a scoreless 9/108 and hit Breece Hall and Randall Cobb of all people for his touchdowns. Wilson was poised and aggressive, with his lone mistake being a lost fumble at the end of a first half scramble. (Ok, he also took a bad first quarter sack that knocked the Jets out of field goal range.) Wilson is going to have major trouble repeating the feat in Week 15 against the Dolphins’ percolating defense.
  • ATL Running Back #7
    It wasn’t the most efficient day for Robinson, but he led the Falcons backfield in touches while scoring a three-yard touchdown. Cordarrelle Patterson and Tyler Allgeier combining for 12 carries is not ideal, but Robinson got the bulk of the red zone opportunities. He saw two carries and a target inside the 10-yard line on the Falcons’ first drive, none of which converted into a score. Fantasy managers would like to see Robinson get more backfield touches, though he is getting the higher-leverage touches for now. Consider Robinson an RB1 for Week 15 against the Panthers.
  • JAX Quarterback #16
    Lawrence entered the weekend highly questionable to play because of the ankle injury he sustained on Monday Night Football earlier this week. He emerged from the locker room before kickoff with both of his ankles heavily taped and didn’t miss a snap through the entire game. He didn’t seem extremely bothered by the ankle injury, driving throws off of his backfoot with relative ease and scrambling when needed. His three interceptions were primarily mental mistakes. Two of them were miscommunications with his receiver while the third was an ill-advised throw to a blanketed Calvin Ridley on the boundary. Despite the mistakes, Lawrence had the Jaguars in it until the final whistle. He marched down the field and connected with Evan Engram for the tight end’s second touchdown of the day just under the two-minute warning. A failed onside attempt quashed Jacksonville’s comeback. Lawrence will look to rebound as a low-end QB1 in a difficult matchup versus the Ravens next week.
  • BAL Wide Receiver #3
    Beckham’s first catch came on an impressive 20-yard grab where he had to make a full-body adjustment in the air to pull in the catch. His second catch wasn’t quite as impressive but was more impactful. Beckham snuck behind the Rams’ secondary after shaking his defender to connect with Lamar Jackson on a 46-yard score — it was the Ravens’ second touchdown of 40-plus yards in as many drives. The day could have been much better for Beckham, whose 10 targets tied with Zay Flowers for the team-high, but Beckham continues to look better and better as the season goes. He’s now gone for 50 or more yards in three of his last five games and has also scored in three of his last five. Beckham will be on the high-end WR3 radar in next week’s game against the Jaguars.
  • CAR Wide Receiver #15
    Mingo once again racked up plenty of air yards on deep shots from Bryce Young but couldn’t manage to convert those opportunities into actual receiving yards. The rookie, with at least six targets in four of his past five games, is an interesting if frustrating fantasy option in an increasingly run first Panthers offense. Ming will be a volatile WR3/4 play in Week 15 against the Falcons.



Young, Fields among Week 14 best bets
Matthew Berry, Connor Rogers and Jay Croucher discuss their pick-up lines heading into Week 14, including Bryce Young alternate passing yards and taking the over on Justin Fields rushing yards.
Final Push For Fantasy Playoffs
Matthew Berry, Jay Croucher and Connor Rogers look at who they love and and hate fantasy wise in the highly-anticipated divisional clash between the Dallas Cowboys and Philadelphia Eagles on Sunday Night Football.
Matthew Berry breaks down his positional rankings for Week 14 of the 2023 NFL season.
Matthew Berry, Connor Rogers and Jay Croucher discuss what to expect from DeVonta Smith for the Eagles on SNF and Gabe Davis vs. the Chiefs in two high-stakes Week 14 matchups.
Matthew Berry breaks down his Love/Hate players for Week 14 and shares the inspiring story of Jack Posnack and the Jack Attack Fantasy Football League.
Patrick Daugherty ranks and evaluates all of Week 14’s top plays at quarterback, running back, receiver, tight end, kicker and defense.
The Rotoworld Football Show assesses the gap between Zay Flowers and Odell Beckham Jr. in fantasy as well as the Rams being ‘all-in’ on the rushing attack, which leads to concerns with Cooper Kupp ahead of Week 14.
Lawrence Jackson breaks down why fantasy managers should be cautious about trusting Justin Herbert and Austin Ekeler in the fantasy playoffs.


Zachary Krueger dives into expected fantasy points from Week 13 and highlights a few players who could be flying under the radar heading into Week 14.
Denny Carter breaks down matchups against the Colts, Rams, Eagles, Saints, and more.
The Rotoworld Football Show discuss David Montgomery’s resurgence and Justin Fields’ potential ahead of an NFC North matchup between the Detroit Lions and Chicago Bears.
From the surging Dak Prescott to C.J. Stroud against a difficult Jets’ defense, Matthew Berry highlights several signal-callers included in his Week 14 Love/Hate.


Shelly Verougstraete analyzes deals made after the curtain fell on the MLB Winter Meetings.
D.J. Short breaks down the blockbuster trade that will send superstar Juan Soto from the Padres to the Yankees.
Eric Samulski breaks down the major news from Day 2 of the MLB Winter Meetings.