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That Sports Guy’s Week 12 Fantasy Football Rankings

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Man, Joe Burrow. That is just awful. He was on his way to a very impressive rookie season from a statistical perspective until that gruesome knee injury last week. That combined with Joe Mixon on IR makes it very hard to trust the Bengals offense for the rest of the fantasy season. It is unfortunate to see the injuries take away from the Bengals and a chance to get their young franchise QB as many snaps as possible. With that being said, they need to spend every dollar and every pick on offensive linemen. But we move to more positive times and the Week 12 Fantasy Rankings from That Sports Guy.

TOP 12 QBs

  1. Patrick Mahomes/ Kansas City Chiefs 
  2. Josh Allen/ Buffalo Bills 
  3. Russell Wilson/ Seattle Seahawks 
  4. Deshaun Watson/ Houston Texans 
  5. Kyler Murray/ Arizona Cardinals 
  6. Justin Herbert/ LA Chargers
  7. Aaron Rodgers/ Green Bay Packers 
  8. Derek Carr/ Las Vegas Raiders 
  9. Taysom Hill/ New Orleans Saints 
  10. Ben Roethlisberger/ Pittsburgh Steelers 
  11. Cam Newton/ New England Patriots 
  12. Lamar Jackson/ Baltimore Ravens 

TOP 25 RBs

  1. Dalvin Cook/ Minnesota Vikings 
  2. Derrick Henry/ Tennessee Titans 
  3. Nick Chubb/ Cleveland Browns 
  4. Alvin Kamara/ New Orleans Saints 
  5. Aaron Jones/ Green Bay Packers 
  6. James Robinson/ Jacksonville Jaguars 
  7. Josh Jacobs/ Las Vegas Raiders 
  8. Antonio Gibson/ Washington Football Team
  9. Miles Sanders/ Philadelphia Eagles 
  10. Ezekiel Elliott/ Dallas Cowboys 
  11. Mike Davis/ Carolina Panthers 
  12. James Conner/ Pittsburgh Steelers 
  13. Kareem Hunt/ Cleveland Browns 
  14. Todd Gurley/ Atlanta Falcons 
  15. Clyde Edwards-Helaire/ Kansas City Chiefs 
  16. Salvon Ahmed/ Miami Dolphins 
  17. Gus Edwards/ Baltimore Ravens 
  18. Wayne Gallman/ NY Giants
  19. Ronald Jones/ Tampa Bay Buccaneers 
  20. Damien Harris/ New England Patriots 
  21. Jonathan Taylor/ Indianapolis Colts 
  22. D’Andre Swift/ Detroit Lions 
  23. Chris Carson/ Seattle Seahawks 
  24. Kalen Ballage/ LA Chargers
  25. JD McKissic/ Washington Football Team

TOP 35 WRs

  1. Davante Adams/ Green Bay Packers 
  2. DK Metcalf/ Seattle Seahawks 
  3. DeAndre Hopkins/ Arizona Cardinals 
  4. Keenan Allen/ LA Chargers
  5. Tyreek Hill/ Kansas City Chiefs 
  6. Stefon Diggs/ Buffalo Bills 
  7. Terry McLaurin/ Washington Football Team
  8. Tyler Lockett/ Seattle Seahawks 
  9. Adam Thielen/ Minnesota Vikings 
  10. Calvin Ridley/ Atlanta Falcons 
  11. Will Fuller/ Houston Texans 
  12. Julio Jones/ Atlanta Falcons 
  13. Michael Thomas/ New Orleans Saints 
  14. AJ Brown/ Tennessee Titans 
  15. Allen Robinson/ Chicago Bears 
  16. Justin Jefferson/ Minnesota Vikings 
  17. Cooper Kupp/ LA Rams
  18. Robert Woods/ LA Rams
  19. Diontae Johnson/ Pittsburgh Steelers 
  20. DJ Moore/ Carolina Panthers 
  21. Chase Claypool/ Pittsburgh Steelers 
  22. Chris Godwin/ Tampa Bay Buccaneers 
  23. Mike Evans/ Tampa Bay Buccaneers 
  24. Brandin Cooks/ Houston Texans 
  25. Robby Anderson/ Carolina Panthers 
  26. DeVante Parker/ Miami Dolphins 
  27. Amari Cooper/ Dallas Cowboys 
  28. DJ Chark/ Jacksonville Jaguars 
  29. JuJu Smith-Schuster/ Pittsburgh Steelers 
  30. Christian Kirk/ Arizona Cardinals 
  31. Antonio Brown/ Tampa Bay Buccaneers 
  32. Darius Slayton/ NY Giants
  33. Tyler Boyd/ Cincinnati Bengals 
  34. Marvin Jones/ Detroit Lions 
  35. CeeDee Lamb/ Dallas Cowboys 

TOP 10 TEs

  1. Travis Kelce/ Kansas City Chiefs 
  2. Darren Waller/ Las Vegas Raiders 
  3. TJ Hockenson/ Detroit Lions 
  4. Mark Andrews/ Baltimore Ravens 
  5. Dallas Goedert/ Philadelphia Eagles 
  6. Hunter Henry/ LA Chargers 
  7. Rob Gronkowski/ Tampa Bay Buccaneers 
  8. Noah Fant/ Denver Broncos 
  9. Hayden Hurst/ Atlanta Falcons 
  10. Evan Engram/ NY Giants


  1. Miami Dolphins 
  2. New Orleans Saints 
  3. NY Giants
  4. LA Rams
  5. Washington Football Team
  6. Indianapolis Colts 
  7. Green Bay Packers 
  8. Cleveland Browns 
  9. Pittsburgh Steelers 
  10. Baltimore Ravens 

3 Weekly Sleepers 

  1. Daniel Jones/ QB/ NY Giants: He’s coming off a bye and had a strong showing against Philadelphia. The tough part of the Giants schedule has come and gone. Also, with the injury to Joe Burrow, I expect the Bengals to come out with little or no motivation.
  2. James White/ RB/ New England Patriots: Rex Burkhead went down for the season with an ACL injury opening up more opportunities for White in the passing game. The Patriots offense hasn’t lived up to the initial hopes by adding Cam Newton but with a lack of passing game options, Newton should look for White often.
  3. Michael Pittman/ WR/ Indianapolis Colts: He’s been the hot hand 2 games in a row coming off the bye. Ladies and Gentlemen, it took us a few months but we finally found WR1 for the Colts. Play him against Tennessee. He’s poised for another solid day with Philip Rivers.

3 Weekly Fades 

  1. Zack Moss/ RB/ Buffalo Bills: The Bills haven’t fully committed to Moss as Devin Singletary still gets work and snaps. Additionally, they’ve put the ball in Josh Allen’s hands almost exclusively. While the matchup with the Chargers is nice I expect another day of Josh Allen carving up defenses. 
  2. Giovani Bernard/ RB/ Cincinnati Bengals: Ryan Finley is now the QB meaning evaluation time could be coming for some other guys on the roster like Samaje Perine and Trayveon Williams. The loss of Joe Burrow really shows two things: one, this offensive line is putrid and two, what a major downgrade all Cincy players took in fantasy. Just avoid this Cincinnati offense if possible.
  3. Travis Fulgham/ WR/ Philadelphia Eagles: He still got a bunch of targets in a bad weather game at Cleveland, 7 targets, but I turned into 1 catch. That’s 2 stinkers in a row. This week he has Seattle but since Jalen Reagor returned Reagor has been involved and Dallas Goedert reminded us all that he’s really good at football last week. It hurts me to say that The Travis Fulgham Experiment is over because I was a big timer on his hype train. 

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