The Jaylen Warren fantasy brilliance has fantasy gamers rejoicing at the start of the holiday season! What other week winning stats do you need to know for Week 12 of the NFL season?
A Moment of Gratitude
Pause and reflect on gratitude. The esteemed philosopher G.K. Chesterton asserted that gratitude is the loftiest form of thought. This fantasy football season, our reasons for thankfulness abound: camaraderie, emotional engagement, intellectual stimulation, and triumphs in our leagues. This Thanksgiving, contemplate making a charitable donation to a player’s chosen cause—refer to some of the options below.
A thought again for the new year: If player helps win your fantasy league, consider donating portion of winnings to a cause he supports. pic.twitter.com/mCi3M4LJx5
— Michael Gehlken (@GehlkenNFL) January 1, 2023
As you prepare your Thanksgiving feast – whether it’s turkey, potatoes, stuffing, or any other delight – leverage these Week-Winning Statistics to gain a competitive advantage in Week 12.
Tank Dell Leads All WRs with 4 Receiving TDs Scored Over the Last 3 Weeks
Tank Dell has consistently delivered outstanding performances, surpassing 18 fantasy points in the last three games and achieving that feat five times this season. Despite being an undersized rookie wide receiver, he consistently makes significant plays, securing a position as a top-14 WR in terms of fantasy points per game.
Notably, Dell operates on the outside nearly 70-percent of the time, a testament to his versatility. In the last three games, only CeeDee Lamb and Keenan Allen, primarily slot receivers, have garnered more targets than Dell. His reliability is underscored by the fact that he is a set-it-and-forget-it asset for your lineup as you navigate the crucial stretch before the fantasy playoffs.
Jaylen Warren Leads All Running Backs in Rushes Gaining 10 yards or More
Jaylen Warren’s recent performances reflect a remarkable level of explosiveness heightened by increased opportunities in recent weeks, translating into standout fantasy showings. Notably, he posted impressive 19 and 23.5 fantasy point performances the last two weeks and has consistently surpassed 100 total yards over the past three. Despite Najee Harris sharing the workload, Warren maintains a secure floor, consistently ranking no lower than RB24 in any given week since Week 3.
What sets Warren apart is not just his reliable floor but also his exceptional efficiency metrics. He ranks RB3 overall in Yards Per Touch, RB3 in Yards Created Per Touch, RB8 in True Yards Per Carry, and RB5 in Evaded Tackles. Additionally, with 34 receptions on the season, he holds the RB5 position in overall receptions. As the Steelers undergo offensive changes with the firing of Matt Canada, the potential for increased offensive production could present more touchdown opportunities for Warren. Consider Warren a potential league winner given his combination of high floor, elite efficiency, and the prospect of increased scoring opportunities in an evolving offensive scheme.
Russell Wilson Ranks No. 3 Among QBs in Passing TDs on the Season
Russell Wilson is on track for a remarkable season, projecting to be his best since 2020 when he finished as the QB6 in fantasy points per game. Notably, he is minimizing turnovers and establishing a strong connection with Courtland Sutton in the end zone. During Denver’s four-game win streak, Wilson has thrown an impressive seven touchdowns without a single interception.
While Wilson’s passing yardage has surpassed 200 yards only once since Week 4, upcoming shootout games are in the forecast. Looking ahead, the Broncos are set to face the Texans, the Lions, and the Chargers twice. Considering his efficiency and favorable matchups, Wilson is positioned as a top-12 fantasy quarterback for the remainder of the season.
Gratitude for Thrilling Moments
As we savor the spirit of Thanksgiving, let’s extend our gratitude for thrilling moments and standout players that enrich our fantasy football season. Tank Dell‘s consistent brilliance on the field, exemplified by his top-14 ranking in fantasy points per game, reminds us of the joy found in unexpected successes. Jaylen Warren’s explosive performances coupled with his elite efficiency metrics, position him as a potential league-winning force. Meanwhile, Russell Wilson’s being the No. 3-best quarterback in passing touchdowns unveils the excitement of an unexpected bounce back. This Thanksgiving, as we celebrate both on and off the fantasy gridiron, let’s carry the spirit of appreciation into upcoming matchups, fueled by the insights gained from Week-Winning Statistics.