Trevor Siemian (DEN-10.6%)
Before sitting out of Denverís week 13 matchup against the Jaguars due to a sprained left foot Siemian strung together his best stretch of outings the previous three games posting over 16 fantasy points in each. Paxton Lynch was clearly not ready for the spotlight as he struggled miserably in the absence of Siemian completing 12 of 24 passes for 104 yards. Siemian is back in action to finish off the season where he faces a fairly favorable schedule to round out the year squaring off against three pass defenses that rank in the bottom half of the league in the Broncos final four games. So the rookie could be nice bench stash for owners whose quarterback might get benched the final week if their team has already clinched a playoff berth.
Joe Flacco (BAL- 24.7%)
Heís never been portrayed as your ideal fantasy quarterback since the Ravens offense tends to score in the 14-20 point range most weeks while relying on their stout defense to manage the outcome. In typical Flacco fashion heís starting to peak at the right time, coming off his best performance in over a year passing for nearly 400 yards and four touchdowns in Baltimoreís blowout win over Miami last Sunday. Flacco is someone to keep on your radar even with the Ravens playing a tough schedule to finish off the year. He should produce productive fantasy numbers as he faces substandard pass defenses the remainder of the way.
Robert Griffin lll (CLE- 1%)
According to the Browns best reporters covering the team they expect RG3 to be under center in week 14 as the starter. Iíve never been one to fall into the hype of the world class athlete since I knew his game would never translate over into the NFL due to the athleticism of teams front seven talent. I do however think he will provide worthwhile fantasy points kind of like Kaepernick has shown recently besides last week. Cleveland will most likely be down big by halftime so RG3 will find his points from garbage time stats and his ability to run for solid yardage which will lead to him scoring between 15-18 points not bad numbers if youíre in need of QB depth.
Mike Gillislee (BUF-25.4%)
After scoring a season high (16.9) fantasy points if youíre a LeSean McCoy owner Gillislee is a must have waiver pick up given he is one snap away from becoming an instant RB2 if McCoy goes down with an injury. McCoy has developed the reputation as an injury prone back so it will help you sleep more soundly at night knowing you have insurance before a possible crash happens.
Jalen Richard (OAK- 12%)
Plays a complementary role behind starter Latavius Murray though has shown on multiple occasions to be a big play contributor in the Raiders high powered offense. Richard has seen an increase in carries as of late while leading the team with a (5.8) average and has significantly more upside than Murray when it comes to passing downs. Look for Oakland to implement Richard more in the offense as the regular season whines down.
Travis Benjamin (SD- 48.7%)
I foresee Benjamin to finish off the season on a strong note. Heís underperformed since returning from a PCL injury that sidelined him for two games but dropped a would be 80 yard touchdown on Sunday that would have raised his fantasy total by 14 points. San Diego plays their final four games against below average pass defenses, three in which are ranked in the top 10 worst. If teammate Tyrell Williams torn labrum worsens or doesnít heal then thereís a good chance the Chargers will sit him since they have been eliminated from playoff contentions already. This could lead Benjamin to potential be top dog in the pass game the rest of the way.
Marquise Lee (JAX-7.3%)
Has quickly become the brightest spot in the Jaguars pass game as heís caught 27 passes for 385 yards and two touchdowns since week 7 (leads the team). Since all hope has been lost in yet another dreadful season in Jacksonville Lee should continue to see a high volume of targets the last four weeks since he has been the only consistent thing going for quarterback Blake Brotles. If youíre looking to add receiver depth Lee is a solid pickup who will see at least 5 to 6 targets per contest making him a viable WR3/4 or flex option.
Ladarius Green (PIT- 11.8%)
Four games back from an ankle injury that kept him out of the lineup the first nine weeks of the season I think itís safe to say Green has established himself as a top 10 fantasy tight end. With a breakout performance last week against the Giants where he reeled in six passes for 110 yards and a score, Big Ben finally has a red zone threat besides Antonio Brown that heís been desperately waiting on since Pittsburgh signed Green over the offseason. If heís still available jump on the opportunity as there is slim chances he we still be on waivers come Sunday. Green will be a TE1 the remainder of the year.