2011 PPR Fantasy Football Week 14: Wide Receivers (WR) Playoff Rankings
Santana Moss vs. Patriots
If your looking for some help down the stretch, consider using Santana Moss as he faces the Patriots, Giants and Vikings throughout the fantasy playoffs. With Fred Davis down for the rest of the year because of a four-game suspension, Moss is likely to be Rex Grossman’s top target after his 12 targets last week.
Playing the Patriots, you expect the Redskins to be throwing the football often in the second half, as we watched Pierre Garcon finish with 150 yards and two scores against this secondary last week. Get Moss in the lineup and he should help your team with a respectable, if not fantastic stat-line.
Jeremy Maclin at Dolphins
It looks like both Jeremy Maclin and Michael Vick are expected back this week against the Dolphins. While I can understand if you’re leery of starting Maclin, wondering whether he will be back at full speed, he’s just too talented a player to keep on the bench.
Maclin, not DeSean Jackson, has been Philadelphia’s top receiver this year, and has played as a consistent WR2 until his injury a few weeks ago. Expect at least five receptions for Maclin in what should be a competitive game against a hot Dolphins team.
|1||Percy Harvin||at Lions|
|3||Victor Cruz||at Cowboys|
|4||Wes Welker||at Redskins|
|8||Roddy White||at Panthers|
|10||Hakeem Nicks||at Cowboys|
|13||Michael Crabtree||at Cardinals|
|15||Marques Colston||at Titans|
|18||Jeremy Maclin (I)||at Dolphins|
|19||Steve Johnson||at Chargers|
|21||Brandon Lloyd||at Seahawks|
|22||Santana Moss (I)||Patriots|
|23||Laurent Robinson (I)||Giants|
|27||Miles Austin (I)||Giants|
|29||Mike Williams (TB)||at Jaguars|
|32||Darrius Heyward-Bey||at Packers|
|33||Denarius Moore (I)||at Packers|
|34||Deion Branch||at Redskins|
|36||Reggie Wayne||at Ravens|
|37||Julio Jones (I)||at Panthers|
|39||Lance Moore||at Titans|
|40||DeSean Jackson||at Dolphins|
|41||Pierre Garcon||at Ravens|
|42||Dwayne Bowe||at Jets|
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