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Fantasy Football 2019: Who to Trust for the Bucs in Week 14

Jameis Winston (QB) has some impressive stats that you cannot ignore in the 2019 season. He has the third most passing attempts (467) and the 6th most completions (297). His passing completion percentage is 45/50 in the league (60.2%), however, with his numbers, he has more potential than other quarterbacks in the league. Winston has the sixth most passing attempts per game, averaging 38.9. Winston has the second most passing yards this season, at 3,659, only trailing behind Dak Prescott. Winston averages 304.9 passing yards per game, again with the third spot on the season. Winston is tied for sixth most passing touchdowns (22) with Aaron Rodgers. The positive ranking above from Winston outweighs his terrible interception record; the most in the league at 20.

Raven's Flock Week 14: AFC top teams face off in Buffalo

The Raven’s added another win to total of an eight game win streak with the most recent victim being the San Francisco 49ers. But it wasn’t easy. Sam Koch had his busiest game in a while, where the 49ers forcing the Ravens to punt twice with a strong defensive game throughout. They held the Baltimore high powered offense to its fewest points this season and even caused Lamar Jackson to fumble. It was a true test for the Raven’s resiliency as they were faced with true controversy to overcome. With the score tied entering the fourth quarter both teams failed to convert fourth down conversions. The ravens had another fourth down opportunity with six minutes remaining in the game, Harbaugh knew it was make or break time for the Ravens. Baltimore has found great success with a 75% conversion rate on fourth down. With a strong run from Jackson the Ravens continued the game winning drive. The Ravens called on the most accurate kicker in NFL history, Justin Tucker, for a game winning field goal from 49 yards out. And now here we are, with the Ravens on top of the AFC at 10-2 and are away from Baltimore to take on the 9-3 Buffalo Bills.

Week 14 Start/Sit Decisions

The playoffs have finally arrived and its time to make the final push for the championship. Now we must look at what players are going to get us through to the next round, and who might let us down.

Gang Green Week 13 Preview: These are The Jets We Were Promised

When Adam Gase spoke to the media this summer he said “We’re going to play meaningful games in November and December.” Not many people bought into it, myself included. But with just five more weeks left in the regular season, we are finally witnessing the New York Jets team this offseason had promised, and Adam Gase’ late July assertion might hold some weight, however little it might be. This past Sunday Sam Darnold and the Jets showed up and showed out, with Darnold posting his third consecutive game of 3+ TD’s leading his team to victory over the Oakland Raiders 34-3, and earn their third straight victory. (Their longest win streak in two years)

Bounce Back for the Pack

After a very ugly loss on Sunday night the Packers will look to get back on track against a struggling Giants team. The Giants have been dealing with injuries on both sides of the ball for a big part of the season. Most notably this week they will be without Golden Tate and Evan Engram. Even though there has been a bunch of injuries and the Giants have been losing, Daniel Jones has been a bright spot for this young team. Jones in his last 5 games has 14 TDs and only 2 INTs. Very impressive stretch for the rookie.

Raven’s Flock: Week 13 Preview – The True Test for a Super Bowl

82-14. That’s what the Ravens and 49ers point spread was against their opponents, the rams and packers, in week 12. Both teams just wrapped up huge victories against teams that were considered playoff contenders this year. Now the 49ers (10-1) are headed to Baltimore to take on the (9-2) Ravens on what is one of the most highly anticipated games for this season.

Biggest Fantasy Surprises of 2019

Continuing our fantasy awards season as we are one week out of playoffs, it’s time to take a look at the unexpected events of the year. Dual threat QBs have dominated, backups came in bunches and receivers have disappointed. Every season there are huge breakouts and huge fallouts. 2019 was probably one of the most wild seasons we have had in a while. So, let’s recongize the biggest shockers of the season.

Fantasy Defenses to add for the Playoffs

The 49ers and Patriots have been playing at an elite level this year and are two of the best defenses in fantasy, but not everyone can have an elite defense on their team. Heading into the playoffs having a good DST could be the difference in making it past your opponent. As teams continue to fight for playoff contention there have been some DST that are coming on strong, and the schedule for some of the better DST’s in the first have of the year are getting tougher as the season goes on. So, who should you pick up to get you over the top in the playoffs?

How the Tampa Bay Buccaneers Have Hit Rock Bottom Over the Past Decade

The year was 2008, and all signs were pointing to perhaps yet another magical run for the Tampa Bay Buccaneers. Coming off of back to back playoff appearances in 2006 and 2007, the Buccaneers were off to a scorching start in the franchises 33rd year of existence, starting off with a record of 9-3 and were poised for a 1st place finish in the NFC South. Warrick Dunn was a Buccaneer again and life was good. The defense, still led by household names such as Ronde Barber and Derrick Brooks, held opposing offenses to accumulate less than 14 points in 6 of their first 12 games, which is almost unheard of in the NFL nowadays. Former Oakland Raider head coach, Lane Kiffin, who was fired midway through the 2008 season, was the hottest name on the market for big name colleges looking to fill a head coaching vacancy.

Battle for the 1 Seed out West: Packers vs 49ers Fantasy Preview

The Green Bay Packers (8-2) take on the San Francisco 49ers (9-1) at Levi’s Stadium. In this pivotal Prime Time Week 12 matchup, the Packers will need to win this game in order to have a chance at acquiring the Number 1 seed in the NFC. I have a gut feeling that George Kittle will be on the field for the 49ers as this is one of the most important games of the season thus far.