Fantasy Football: Start, sit advice for Packers-Vikings meeting in Week 16
Jared Cook (SIT): Cook is a risky play and shouldn’t be anywhere near lineups. He posted a solid 85-yard performance at Chicago last week, but until he puts up consistent numbers, it’s impossible to trust the former Ram.
If you’re looking for a better streaming option, two names worth noting are Philadelphia’s Zach Ertz and San Diego’s Hunter Henry. If Ertz has slipped under the radar on your waiver wire, he’s worth a flier.
Henry gets the Browns next week. He’s caught a touchdown in four of his past five games and offers a safe floor.
Kyle Rudolph (START): Rudolph is quietly the TE6 on the year, and enters a good matchup here. Green Bay allows a healthy 8.27 points per week to opposing TEs.
Rudolph has at least eight targets in five of his past six games and offers a safe floor at a volatile position. For what it’s worth, he found the end zone in the Week 2 meeting with the Packers in Minnesota.
Consider Rudolph a mid-TE1 this week.