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 8th where you will find some Discounted Dandies for Week 14 of the Fantasy Football Season (using DraftStreet prices) at each position. Only a few more weeks to try and make some extra coin playing Daily Fantasy Football. Crazy how fast the season goes, it seems as if I was just in Vegas at Lagasse's Stadium for opening week, and now we only have four more weeks to get, "Straight Cash Homie!"
* Joe Flacco BAL (9.7%) will be facing a Vikings team that are allowing the most Fantasy Points to quarterbacks, fifth most to wide receivers, and most receiving touchdowns this season. Not to mention, the Vikings were taken to the woodshed last week by Alshon Jeffery and the Bears.
* Andy Dalton CIN (11.2%) is just one of only two quarterbacks in NFL history to throw for 3,000 yards in their first three seasons in the league (Peyton Manning is the other one). Just wanted to throw that in there for those who be hatin on a Ginger. As for things that matter this week, Dalton and the Bengals are facing a Colts team that has given up multiple passing touchdowns in four of their last six games, with the two single-digit passing touchdowns games both when opposing the Titans. Say what you want about Dalton, but if Case Keenum can throw for three scores and Kellen Clemens two, I think we can agree that Dalton and A.J. Green are more than capable of having similar, if not better success, against the Colts. One other note, the game is in Cincinnati where the Bengals are undefeated and Dalton has thrown for 11 touchdowns and five interceptions (five home games) compared to 11 touchdowns and 11 interceptions (7 road games).
I have one more for you to ponder, and you may think it's crazy, but that is why it makes for a sneaky GPP play as he will likely be owned by very few, if any, and it is Packers QB Matt Flynn (9.8%). Yes Flynn may have made you almost lose your Thanksgiving meal last week, but consider a few things. One, he had played very little over the last two seasons and then was thrusted into the starting lineup after pretty much just joining the Packers. Two, the game was in Detroit where the Lions usually play well. Third, since the game was on a Thursday Flynn and the Packers have extra time to plan and get healthy. And finally, coming into Week 14 only the Jags had fewer sacks than the Packers opponent this week, the Falcons, who have a history of struggling on the road, especially if it is cold out. To sum it all up, I am not trying to sell you a bag of goods, but rather give you a little perspective on a quarterback who comes at a discount, and will likely have a similar ownership percentage as Geno Smith.