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Daily Fantasy Football Sleepers & Value Plays For Sunday December 1st

Daily Fantasy Football Sleepers and Value Plays for Sunday December 1st

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Daily Fantasy Football Sleepers & Value Plays for Sunday, December 1st

Welcome to Fantasy Alarm.com's Daily NFL Sleepers and Value Plays For Sunday December 1st where you will find some Discounted Dandies for Week 13 of the Fantasy Football Season (using DraftStreet prices) at each position. Hope everyone had a great Thanksgiving, and that the holiday season may continue it's gift giving ways with these following players bringing you the fat you really want....fat pockets.

Quarterback

* Carson Palmer ARI (11.4%) Have to love the value here as Palmer has finished with 20-plus Fantasy Points in back-to-back games, his top two highest outputs on the season, now has two legit Fantasy wide receiving options in Larry Fitzgerald (three touchdowns last two games) and Michael Floyd (see below), and oh yeah, the Eagles are allowing the most Fantasy Points to wide receivers. (Note: I have heard some clamoring that the Eagles defense is in play this week because they have allowed an average of only 16 points per game over their last four games, but take a look at who the opposing quarterbacks were in those matchups before you buy into that rubbish).

* Colin Kaepernick SF (12.3%) Bears Josh McCown (12.6%) and Titans Ryan Fitzpatrick (11,2%) are also in play this week, but I believe they will be widely owned while others may still be a little sour on Kaepernick who has five passing touchdowns in his last two games, will get an added weapon in the receiving game in Michael Crabtree back this week, and is facing a Rams defense that has allowed 350-plus passing yards in each of their last two games.

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Running Backs

* Giovani Bernard CIN (9.7%) is facing a Chargers team that has allowed an average of 110.5 yards rushing and 1.75 touchdowns per game to running backs over their last four games.

* Danny Woodhead SD (9.2%) Ryan Mathews (hamstring) is expected to play Sunday versus Bengals, but could see a limited amount of carries, not to mention he easily could end up watching most of the game from the sideline based on his knack for getting injured in his short career.

* Brandon Bolden NE (5%) led the team in carries, rushing yards, scored a touchdown, and did not fumble in the Pats overtime win last week. Like my rant on the Eagles defense in the QB section, the Texans are an overrated defense and may be ranked number one in some statistic against the run, but I would rather look at the fact that they have allowed an average of 135.5 yards rushing and a rushing touchdown over their last two games to the Raiders and Jags of all teams.

* Toby Gerhart MIN (3.6%) is worth a flier for those of you who play multiple lineups and can afford to take a flier on Toby G in a GPP contest. The Bears are the worst team in defending the run, and I would not be surprised to see Gerhart get in on the action Sunday, and for his price imagine how stacked you would be everywhere else.

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Wide Receivers

* Michael Floyd AZ (8.5%) has just one dropped pass on the season, which came in Week One, has 100-plus yards receiving in his last two games, is playing an Eagles defense that has allowed the most Fantasy Points to wide outs this season, has scored all three of his touchdowns in his last six games, and if his pattern continues he could be in line for another score this coming week.

* Kendall Wright TEN (8.4%) just seems to get better and better each week and had nine catches for 80 yards when he faced the Colts two weeks ago.

* Michael Crabtree SF (7.6%) I'm not too keen on this pick, but neither will many of your competitors be (in my best Yoda voice), thus consider this an against the grain pick that could pay off, while others were to scared to take the risk.

* Joshua Morgan WAS (2.4%) is a deep sleeper option as he was second on the team in targets last week and if Jordan Reed misses another game, Morgan could have a chance to provide some solid value.

 

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Tight Ends

* Delanie Walker TEN (6.7%) has a touchdown in two of his last three games including the last time versus the Colts where he caught 10 passes for 91 yards.

* Jordan Cameron CLE (7.3%) is facing a Jags defense that has allowed the second most Fantasy Points to tight ends this season and Cameron has produced much better when Brandon Weeden starts.

* Anthony Fasano KC (4.2%) has scored a touchdown in back-to-back games, including when he and the Chiefs faced the Broncos, who are allowing the fourth most Fantasy Points to tight ends this season, back in Week 11.

 

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Defense/Special Teams

* Jets (5.7%) I like the Dolphins a little better, but if you need to save a thousand bucks, consider the Jets as they had four sacks last week and Ryan Tannehill has been sacked the most of any quarterback in the NFL, and it is not even close. Tannehill has also thrown the seventh most interceptions (but two of the quarterbacks in front of him played already this week). And just for a little more encouragement, Jets Muhammad Wilkerson is tied with J.J. Watt with 10 sacks.

* Jaguars (4.4%) I know what you may be thinking, "How much has the Nomad been drinking this Thanksgiving weekend?" I'll take that as a rhetorical question and just point out that Brandon Weeden is garbage and the Jags defense scored 11 Fantasy Points against the Texans last week.

Best of Luck to everyone, and if you are looking for some last minute Fantasy Advice join our "Ask the Experts" Sunday Morning Live Start/Sit Chat from 10am-game time every Sunday (just clidk on the blue for links).


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