Fantasy Football: Start, sit advice for each Week 14 matchup
Seattle at Green Bay
QB Aaron Rodgers: Rodgers is fantasy’s leading scorer through 13 weeks. You don’t put him on the bench. Limit expectations slightly, however, as a matchup with the Seahawks is less than favorable. Rodgers’ hamstring may be problematic in frigid conditions, but he’s still a must-start.
RB James Starks/Christine Michael: As fun as it would be to let Michael loose in his revenge game, no Packers running back can be trusted. Not only is the backfield a mess, this is a bad matchup.
RB/WR Ty Montgomery: Montgomery is the only back worth considering, but that’s a stretch. If you’re desperate, he can be plugged into your flex spot. Otherwise, keep a wait-and-see approach.
WR Jordy Nelson: Only Antonio Brown and Dez Bryant have more fantasy points at WR than Nelson over the past month. He’s a must-start in any matchup.
WR Davante Adams: Despite Adams ranking ninth among WRs for fantasy points over the past four weeks, he has a low floor and could be kept quiet by Seattle’s corners.
WR Randall Cobb: Cobb hasn’t posted double-digit fantasy points since Week 7. While he could find the end zone against Seattle, he’s too tough to trust in your lineup this week.
TE Jared Cook: Cook can’t be trusted in your fantasy playoffs.
QB Russell Wilson: Finally healthy, Wilson has rushed for 134 yards over the past four weeks. This added rushing ability makes him a QB1 the rest of the way, and this is an excellent matchup.
RB Thomas Rawls: Rawls reminded us how talented a player he is last week, carving open a stout Carolina run defense. The Seahawks haven’t been as efficient offensively on the road, but you’re starting Rawls this week.
WR Doug Baldwin: Baldwin has proven to be a volatile play this year, but his upside is worth chasing. He’s Russell Wilson’s favorite receiver, and the Packers have allowed an average of 27.65 points to WRs over the past month.
TE Jimmy Graham: Graham looks every bit the player Seattle coughed up a first-round pick for. Who on the Green Bay defense can cover him?