STL Fantasy Football Week 14 WR Rankings
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Sports Talk Line Fantasy Football Week 14 WR Rankings – Fantasy Football Week 14 is the advent of the playoffs for many Fantasy Football leagues. Stay on top of your options as this is the last bye week. Work the bottom of your roster and stay on top of your start/sit advice. Onto the Week 14 WR Rankings!
Let’s take a closer look at who you should start or sit for NFL Week 14. I’ve compiled a list of the top 5 wide receivers based upon a slew of metrics (more on that below) using the Sports Talk Line Fantasy Football Rankings system.
The system is computerized, so you have to adjust it with the acumen of what is currently happening in the league and any players or team. Let’s take a look at the top 5 wide receivers, and of course, you can always get the full list at the site.
Insider Info: Chris Godwin is a sleeper play this week vs the Bills hot/cold defense.
Eagles fans would love to have him. You’re just happy he’s on your roster! Jefferson is the gift that keeps on giving the whole year long, regardless of matchup. I just love seeing a guy like this come into his own. Look for 104 yards and a score in week 14.
This guy just doesn’t get the respect his tool bag should deliver. The presence of OBJ helps Kupp, it doesn’t hurt his targets or production. 100 yards and a score are in the bag this week vs the Cardinals.
Adams is a talented guy and he has Aaron Rodgers throwing him the rock. Plug and play this guy. 91 yards and a score this week.
Speed kills. Every week. 91 yards and a touchdown in week 14.
It’s the hands. The dude has flypaper for hands. The Bills will need the big play to compete versus the Buccaneers. 81 yards and a touchdown for Diggs. It may all come in one play.
Any fantasy ranking system is only as good as its scouts. Rather than just depending on one guy, what if you could talk to all of the scouts from different platforms across the web and weigh their opinions based on how good they are? That’s what you will find at all Sports Talk Line Fantasy Rankings.
In short, Sports Talk Line aggregates rankings and projections from several sites on the web – most you already know, but not all. We record their rankings & projections and weight them based upon how accurate each source is throughout the seasons.
No site is the best across the board, so STL Rankings weight and rank each by position and type (weekly or draft rankings). So, for example, the best predictor of QB’s will have the most influence on our QB rankings. Likewise, the best predictor of RB’s will be most influential on our RB rankings and so forth. Thus our Fantasy Football Rankings Week 10 cheat sheet considers all these variables where you don’t get anywhere else!
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