Fantasy Football Rankings Week 14: Sleepers, Starts, Shits | D’Onta Foreman, Chigoziem Okonkwo, Worst Christmas Song & More


Not only is the fantasy football playoffs around the corner, but so is Christmas. So, in addition to the typical Week 14 rankings, sleeper and start/sit advice, we have his song for Christmas. In case you missed the last few years, we’ve compiled the Top 10 Best Christmas Songs, Best Christmas Cookies, Best Christmas TV Episodes, and Best Christmas Movies. Here (#CheckTheLink)Well, let’s be a little naughty this year. Rather than being naughty or nice, here are the top 20 worst Christmas songs ever!

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2022 Week 14 Fantasy Football Sleepers

🚨Caution🚨 These are sleepers. They will never copy my ranking 100%. This is upside and often comes with more risk.


Possible Initiation: Jared Goff, DET — Goff has finished two great games. Goff is better indoors, with 18 of his 19 touchdowns coming inside (9 games). The last time he faced the Vikings, Goff went 277-1-1 and he scored 13.9 fantasy points. This was a road game. Goff is worth the risk at home. It’s a great matchup and because all his receivers are healthy…I feel like I’ve run into this gambling mistake again.

run back

Probably started: D’Onta Foreman, CAR — Foreman sounds primed after exhausting himself badly before the Panthers’ goodbye, posting 118, 118, 130 and 113 rushing yards on 15 or more carries in four games The Seahawks can’t stop running — remember Josh Jacobs in Week 12? — and give Cam Akers a 17-60-2 rushline. Let me stand. Foreman isn’t just a start candidate, he’s a must-start for Week 14. Chuva Hubbard is a deep he flyer he plays if needed given this matchup.

Hale Merry Start: Raheem Mostert, MIA — Who knows what’s going on with Jeff Wilson and Mostert? Yes, the Dolphins fell behind quickly last week, but that’s not entirely an excuse to eliminate Wilson from the game. That said, there are two reasons why Mostat is here this week. The Chargers are also very vulnerable to running backs, but their offense is strong enough to keep pace with the Dolphins or surprise them with an early lead. If so, that means more mosterts and a possible top 20 finish.

wide receiver

Probably started: Zay Jones, JAX — Jones had fantasy outputs of 10.8 and 20.0 in the two weeks before the Lions stalled. He also saw seven targets last week, and a matchup against the Titans could help Jones rebound. ), and gave up the most touchdowns (17) to wideouts.

Possible Starts: Courtland Sutton or Jerry Jeudy, DEN — if Sutton can play, you can expect him to have a solid game. If not, Judy could step up for a top 30 finish. The Chiefs are in the top 10 in terms of receiving and allowing yards to wideouts, but the bigger draw is that they are allowing the second most touchdowns.

Hail Mary Start: Van Jefferson, LAR — The Raiders are gearing up for Rams. There are very few favorites left on this team, but Van Jefferson is a great frantic play. In his last four games he has a receiving line of 19-11-136-2. Ok, yes those yards are gross. However, it’s a touchdown hope (and a prayer…and a letter to Santa…) that positions Jefferson for 10 points and a top 30 finish.

Oh, and be sure to watch Violent Night in that GIF!

  • Fun and original action
  • the harbor is great
  • some good vibes
  • surprise
  • pretty funny
  • continuous vibes
  • A true Christmas action movie that’s not Die Hard… go see it! 8.5/10

tight end

Hale Merry Start: Chigoziem Okonkwo, TEN — Jokingly ‘take care’, Okonkwo has a 10-7-103 total over the last two games. While only his four touchdowns to tight ends are allowed in the year, the Jaguars have allowed his 13th most touchdowns to tight ends in FPPG, and the APA is in Week 14. He is the 8th best.

Have fun with the rankings!
worst christmas song

As I said at the beginning (but in case you skipped it all)… In case you missed the last few years… I did Best Christmas Song, Best Christmas Cookie, Best Christmas TV Episode, Best Christmas Movie. I was.can find Here (#CheckTheLink)Continuing the bad version that started with Thanksgiving, this year we ranked the worst Christmas songs ever!

  1. I just want two front teeth for Christmas ――Are you Tory from South Park? This song is as excruciating as the voice and whistling teeth.
  2. i want a cover for christmas — peaks of harsh voices, melodies and nonsensical lyrics.
  3. do they know it’s christmas – you know why.
  4. Here We Go — Somehow 1 minute and 12 seconds feels like time.
  5. Dominic the Donkey — If you like this, we can’t be friends… and I have Italians in my family, so don’t come with it.
  6. christmas shoes — that’s what I want… a depressing Christmas song from a procrastinator.
  7. did you know mary — feels like a church hymn. Furthermore, I have not heard back from Mary.
  8. Grandma was run over by a reindeer — Prove that Santa is real by celebrating Grandma’s being trampled by an animal?
  9. what child is this? ――What kind of Christmas song is this? Snooze the ballad of wannabe witcher feels like her fest.
  10. baby it’s cold outside — more about tricking someone into staying over than anything to do with Christmas.
  11. santa baby — weirdly sexual Christmas songs that make women sound like gold diggers?
  12. happy christmas the war is over — I mean, this isn’t Christmas. little by little. And finally the children were able to fill in the atmosphere of the ghostly hallway.
  13. that’s my christmas — I don’t hate a cappella music, but this is weird and doesn’t even feel like Christmas.
  14. chipmunk song — Maybe once during the Christmas season. perhaps. More than that gives me a headache.
  15. Ferris Navidad — when a child says, “Hey hey hey hey hey hey hey hey hey hey hey hey hey hey hey hey hey!
  16. little drummer boy — I don’t know if the infinite version of this song or “par-rum, pum-pum-pum” is more annoying.
  17. angels heard on high — Glorrrrrroorrrroorrrria. Hmm. And why do we care about Ex Chelsea’s Day-o?
  18. the first noel — long, slow, repetitive.please do not Hate I hate it, but like a chipmunk, once you hear it, you’ll be fine for a month.
  19. Listen to Herald Angels Sing — this really upsets people.i don’t Hate Classics (Christmas songs are my favourite), and Hark might make my Because I used to sing endlessly every year at school and play with it as a child… I also watch Charlie Brown’s Christmas about twice a year.
  20. Have a nice Christmas time — Thanks for pointing out the hilarious absurdity, Ryan George.

    And don’t forget that weirdness winter wonderland When Frosty the Snowmanalthough they are fun.

Feel free to name your least favorite song, or your favorite treat…give me all the holly, jolly fun!

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Week 14 Fantasy Football Projection

🚨 heads up 🚨 These may differ from my rankings. Rank is the order in which I start players Outside of the added context, such as “I want the best upside even at risk”.Also based on QB, 6-point rest, and 4-point TD with half-PPR

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Week 14 Fantasy Football Rankings

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