This is the final week for most fantasy football teams and chances are, if you’ve got to this stage, your lineup is pretty set.
The pickings are pretty slim anyways, but Bears running-back Kahlil Bell could be a nice pick-up against the Green Bay Packers porous defense this week. It’s hard to tell how the Packers approach this game with the undefeated angle gone, but it’s worth taking a shot with the Bears back because of how well Bell did last week.
Bell got the bulk of the carries against the Seahawks, partly because of taking the added carries and making the most of it and maybe partly because of Marion Barber’s blunder from the previous week in Denver. Bell responded with 108 yards and a TD on 20 touches. Barber only had 11 touches for 33 yards.
There are sure to be some tough decisions this week with your roster, so one of the best tie-breaker decision process’s to go through is letting Las Vegas decide who to take, meaning, go with the player that has the highest total posted on his team in the sports books. Players from the Lions-Chargers game should fare very well with a total of 50 ½ posted. The Eagles-Cowboys Sunday night should be a barn-burner too with a total posted of 50½.
Here’s a look at a few fantasy all-stars for week 16 that should produce the most: Philip Rivers, Michael Vick, LeSean McCoy, DeSean Jackson (Guess who I like in that game), Calvin Johnson, Santonio Holmes, and Stevie Johnson.
Special thanks go out to Adrian Peterson who cited his fantasy owners in the playoffs as a reason for playing Sunday after being out the last three games.
Also a congratulatory note goes to Reggie Bush who seems to have found his muse again. He busted loose for 203 yards against the Bills. Reports have him and former girlfriend Kim Kardashian seeing each other again. Guess that means Kris Humphries comes back to reality this season after having the muse elevate his game to new heights last season.