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That Sports Guy’s Week 14 Fantasy Football Rankings

Derrick Henry is one of the best running backs in the NFL, and he has been an absolute animal this year. That Sports Guy break down his Fantasy Football Rankings for week 14.

By Craig Forrestal

Like Al Davis always said: Just win, baby!

So that is all the advice I am dropping this week because nothing more needs to be said during playoffs time. Let us take a look at the Week 14 Fantasy Football Rankings from That Sports Guy

TOP 12 QBs

  1. Russell Wilson/ Seattle Seahawks 
  2. Patrick Mahomes/ Kansas City Chiefs 
  3. Aaron Rodgers/ Green Bay Packers 
  4. Ryan Tannehill/ Jacksonville Jaguars 
  5. Justin Herbert/ LA Chargers
  6. Lamar Jackson/ Baltimore Ravens 
  7. Kyler Murray/ Arizona Cardinals 
  8. Deshaun Watson/ Houston Texans 
  9. Josh Allen/ Buffalo Bills 
  10. Tom Brady/ Tampa Bay Buccaneers 
  11. Taysom Hill/ New Orleans Saints 
  12. Ben Roethlisberger/ Pittsburgh Steelers 

TOP 25 RBs

  1. Derrick Henry/ Tennessee Titans 
  2. Christian McCaffrey/ Carolina Panthers 
  3. Aaron Jones/ Green Bay Packers 
  4. James Robinson/ Jacksonville Jaguars 
  5. Dalvin Cook/ Minnesota Vikings 
  6. Nick Chubb/ Cleveland Browns 
  7. Austin Ekeler/ LA Chargers
  8. David Montgomery/ Chicago Bears 
  9. Chris Carson/ Seattle Seahawks 
  10. Alvin Kamara/ New Orleans Saints 
  11. Ezekiel Elliott/ Dallas Cowboys 
  12. Jonathan Taylor/ Indianapolis Colts 
  13. Myles Gaskin/ Miami Dolphins 
  14. JK Dobbins/ Baltimore Ravens 
  15. Wayne Gallman/ NY Giants
  16. Ronald Jones/ Tampa Bay Buccaneers 
  17. Kenyan Drake/ Arizona Cardinals 
  18. Miles Sanders/ Philadelphia Eagles 
  19. Melvin Gordon/ Denver Broncos 
  20. D’Andre Swift/ Detroit Lions 
  21. Raheem Mostert/ San Francisco 49ers 
  22. Kareem Hunt/ Cleveland Browns 
  23. Giovani Bernard/ Cincinnati Bengals 
  24. Clyde Edwards-Helaire/ Kansas City Chiefs 
  25. Cam Akers/ LA Rams

Top 35 WRs

  1. DK Metcalf/ Seattle Seahawks 
  2. Davante Adams/ Green Bay Packers 
  3. Keenan Allen/ LA Chargers
  4. Tyreek Hill/ Kansas City Chiefs 
  5. AJ Brown/ Tennessee Titans 
  6. DeAndre Hopkins/ Arizona Cardinals 
  7. Calvin Ridley/ Atlanta Falcons 
  8. Allen Robinson/ Chicago Bears 
  9. Julio Jones/ Atlanta Falcons 
  10. Tyler Lockett/ Seattle Seahawks 
  11. Adam Thielen/ Minnesota Vikings 
  12. Stefon Diggs/ Buffalo Bills 
  13. Justin Jefferson/ Minnesota Vikings 
  14. Michael Thomas/ New Orleans Saints 
  15. Robert Woods/ LA Rams
  16. Robby Anderson/ Carolina Panthers 
  17. Chris Godwin/ Tampa Bay Buccaneers 
  18. Diontae Johnson/ Pittsburgh Steelers 
  19. Terry McLaurin/ Washington Football Team
  20. Mike Evans/ Tampa Bay Buccaneers 
  21. Cooper Kupp/ LA Rams
  22. Corey Davis/ Tennessee Titans 
  23. Amari Cooper/ Dallas Cowboys 
  24. Chase Claypool/ Pittsburgh Steelers 
  25. DeVante Parker/ Miami Dolphins 
  26. Deebo Samuel/ San Francisco 49ers 
  27. Brandin Cooks/ Houston Texans 
  28. JuJu Smith-Schuster/ Pittsburgh Steelers 
  29. Marvin Jones/ Detroit Lions 
  30. Brandon Aiyuk/ San Francisco 49ers 
  31. DJ Chark/ Jacksonville Jaguars 
  32. Cole Beasley/ Buffalo Bills 
  33. Jarvis Landry/ Cleveland Browns 
  34. Antonio Brown/ Tampa Bay Buccaneers 
  35. Tyler Boyd/ Cincinnati Bengals 

TOP 10 TEs

  1. Travis Kelce/ Kansas City Chiefs 
  2. Darren Waller/ Las Vegas Raiders 
  3. TJ Hockenson/ Detroit Lions 
  4. Robert Tonyan/ Green Bay Packers 
  5. Hunter Henry/ LA Chargers 
  6. Rob Gronkowski/ Tampa Bay Buccaneers 
  7. Eric Ebron/ Pittsburgh Steelers 
  8. Mike Gesicki/ Miami Dolphins 
  9. Dallas Goedert/ Philadelphia Eagles 
  10. Evan Engram/ NY Giants
  11. Noah Fant/ Denver Broncos 
  12. Mark Andrews/ Baltimore Ravens 


  1. Seattle Seahawks 
  2. New Orleans Saints 
  3. LA Rams
  4. Tampa Bay Buccaneers 
  5. Carolina Panthers 
  6. Baltimore Ravens 
  7. Pittsburgh Steelers 
  8. Tennessee Titans 
  9. Kansas City Chiefs 
  10. Washington Football Team
  11. San Francisco 49ers 
  12. Indianapolis Colts 

3 Weekly Sleepers 

  • T.Y. Hilton/ WR/ Indianapolis Colts: Hilton failed to hit 80 receiving yards or 1 TD through the first 11 weeks of the season but has done both in each of the last 2 games. 12 catches for 191 yards and 2 TDs over that span. Now, he gets to take on the Raiders secondary that barely held on last week against the Jets. 
  • Keke Coutee/ WR/ Houston Texans: Keke do you love me? Are you riding? Sorry, I couldn’t help it with the Drake reference. But for real, this week we find out how much Coutee loves fantasy managers and if he’s down to ride all the way to the championship game. He gets a deceptively unbeatable Bears defense. The Bears gave up 100 yards to Calvin Ridley in Week 3, 93 to DJ Moore and 77 to Robby Anderson in Week 6, 101 to AJ Brown in Week 9, 135 to Justin Jefferson in Week 10 and last week coughed up 116 and 1 TD to Marvin Jones, 63 and 1 TD to Quintez Cephus and allowed another 62 yards to Danny Amendola. So, I said all that to say I’m not afraid to play Keke Coutee this week. 
  • Ty Johnson/ RB/ NY Jets: Anytime a RB gets the backfield to himself you pay attention even if it’s the Jets. He gets a Seattle defense that has given up a fair amount of plays and points to the RB position making him an intriguing play; especially if Frank Gore remains sidelined with a concussion. Wayne Gallman ran for 135 yards last week against this Seattle defense and Alfred Morris, yes that Alfred Morris, scored twice. It’s 2020 so why not roll the dice on Ty Johnson?

3 Weekly Fades 

  • David Johnson/ RB/ Houston Texans: This is a tough matchup with the Bears run defense and this week is best suited for the Texans passing attack. However, David Johnson seems to have lost a good chunk of the pass game responsibilities to Duke Johnson. So with the lack of touches in a tough spot he’s too TD needy/dependent for me.
  • Zack Moss/ RB/ Buffalo Bills: You hate to see it when a rookie RB fumbles in their own territory creating an easy score for the opponent. After the fumble, we see little from the rookie RB for the rest of the game. Well, that was Zack Moss and his Week 13. Next up, Pittsburgh so for me, that means he’s a no-go. 
  • Christian Kirk/ WR/ Arizona Cardinals: I like Christian Kirk. I really do. He’s a tremendous athlete and is a TD waiting to happen when he gets his hands on the ball. However, I just don’t like his situation currently. Kyler Murray is hurt and can’t deliver the ball as we saw earlier in the season. That leaves DeAndre Hopkins as the only trustworthy pass-catching option on the offense for now. 

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