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Your go-to RB this week. With 745 yards and 5 touchdowns this season, averaging 57.3 yards per game, he's coming off his third consecutive game with over 100 total yards. Given his strong performance and the weak Packers defense, White is poised for success.
James Conner faces a tough challenge against the 49ers. Despite a season-high 26 opportunities leading to a 22.5-point fantasy day in Week 13, the 49ers' strong defense and the risk of losing snaps make this a tricky spot for Conner.
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Despite a zero-point performance in Week 14, he's set to become the Texans' No. 1 receiver, especially with 439 yards and a touchdown this season. Facing the Titans, who struggle against outside receivers, Brown is a smart play, but keep an eye on his injury status.
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Zay Flowers' role in the Ravens' offense is changing. After returning from a bye, he's seen an increase in his average target depth by 50%, contributing to a strong 17-point fantasy performance. With consistently high volume, Flowers is a player to watch.
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Roschon Johnson's fantasy value is trending downward. Since D’Onta Foreman's return, Johnson's role has reduced significantly, playing only 27% of the snaps in Week 14. His earlier potential as a workhorse back seems to be fading.
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Zay Jones is gaining momentum. With 215 yards and two touchdowns this season, his targets have increased since Week 11. Averaging 9.3 targets per game as an every-down receiver, Jones is a valuable addition to fantasy rosters.
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Keep an eye on rookie Chase Brown. With his recent return from injury, he's shown potential by turning 11 opportunities into 105 total yards and a score in Week 14. Known for his athleticism, Brown is a solid FLEX option in deeper leagues.
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His return in Week 14 raises questions about the Bills' offensive dynamics. Although his own route running was limited, it surprisingly didn't affect rookie Dalton Kincaid's usage. This is a situation to monitor in upcoming games.
His performance against man coverage is noteworthy. Averaging six catches per game against such defenses, Engram had an 11-catch day against the Browns. Facing the Ravens next, who frequently use man coverage, expect another strong performance from him.
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The Ravens' backfield remains complicated. Week 14 saw an even split in snaps among three backs(K. Mitchell, G. Edwards, J. Hill), with Keaton Mitchell leading in opportunities. However, this split makes it challenging for any single player to stand out as a breakout fantasy star.