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Tomorrow’s Newspaper: Daurice Fountain and waiver wire prescience for week 14

Of all the receivers on the Colts roster, fifth-round rookie Daurice Fountain best fits the mold of a viable number two option behind T.Y. Hilton. Fountain is the clubhouse leader with a 139.3 (99th-percentile) Burst Score, a 10.32 (95th-percentile) Catch Radius and a 111.5 (70th-percentile) SPARQ-x score.

Even though Ryan Switzer hasn’t lit up fantasy box scores, he looks to be sliding into a role that best fits his skill-set. He has a 10.77 (93rd-percentile) Agility Score, which is a trait that we love to see in our slot receivers.

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Lineup Makers for Daily Fantasy – Week 14 Edition

Courtland Sutton will add intermediate and short targets to his repertoire in the wake of Emmanuel Sanders’ season-ending injury. This projected target bump will allow him to smash value based on his $5600 price tag on FanDuel this week.

Jeff Wilson came out of nowhere and received 23 touches last week. With Matt Breida officially ruled out, Wilson will repeat his volume and possibly exceed it. He will only compete with Alfred Morris for ground work while he secures all of the passing volume. Wilson saw nine targets last week, a number that is easily repeatable against the Broncos defense.

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Jaylen Samuels is a Screaming Add in Fantasy Football Leagues

Jaylen Samuels is the perfect add for the season-long fantasy gamer who has it all. Conner’s athleticism and collegiate production, coupled with Conner’s injury (ankle) and the extreme fantasy point scoring potential of Pittsburgh’s top-5 offense, make Samuels a must-add in all fantasy football leagues. 

Curtis Samuel’s recent spike in target share, snaps, production and red zone usage signal a player rising to relevance for the fantasy playoffs. He’s a priority waiver wire add for Week 14.

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Tomorrow’s Newspaper: Damien Williams and waiver wire prescience for week 13

Cody Kessler does not make the Jaguars offense a fantasy football stay-away as is a popular narrative. He does make them an optimistic wait-and-see when combined with a new offensive coordinator coming in. We’ve covered him here at length before, there’s reason to believe that he’s actually hash tag #goodatfootball. 

A longtime Underworld favorite with 94th-percentile weight-adjusted speed, Damien Williams has been efficient in small samples when called upon throughout his career. Now he has the chance to carve out a role in Kansas City’s video game-like offense. You know what to do.

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Lineup Makers for Daily Fantasy – Week 13 Edition

Bengals soon-to-be franchise quarterback Jeff Driskel has two rushing touchdowns in his last two games played. He is a 96th-percentile SPARQ-x athlete and will have the elite A.J. Green back from injury. Driskel is cheap on FanDuel and offers a solid floor with his rushing ability.

Chris Godwin is primed for a big game with DeSean Jackson’s thumb injury. Godwin will see an increase in targets facing off against Panthers rookie CB Donte Jackson. He gave up over 100 yards in his last game against the Buccaneers.

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Dynasty League Waiver Wire Gems Heading into the Fantasy Football Playoffs

Dontrelle Inman has come on strong in recent weeks as his snap share and route tree has expanded over the last three weeks. He’s turned this uptick in opportunity into 28.5 PPR points in three games and he shows no signs of slowing down, as Ryan Grant’s snaps and routes have tapered off.

Mo Alie-Cox actually flashed a few weeks ago with an acrobatic catch in the end zone in Week 8, and he caught another touchdown after the Colts’ bye in Week 10’s contest against Jacksonville. With tight end being such an ugly and often fluky position, those touchdowns are must-haves, and Reich’s revitalized Colts’ offense feeds the tight end position. And don’t forget…. he played basketball.