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Fantasy Football Super Bowl Week Start ‘Em and Sit “Em: The King’s Guide to Tough Lineup Calls

You have made it to your Fantasy Super Bowl and have one lineup left to set. Don’t overthink it, just start the core guys that have gotten you this far and then surround them with the correct one-week plays. We help you determine those best type of options one final time in Fantasy Football Super Bowl week.

Don’t let the Fantasy Super Bowl pressure get to you. When you have come this far, confidence in what you have accomplished certainly should override a bit of anxiety and uncertainty. Now is not the time to panic. Be assured that you have done your very best to finish the job.

Fantasy Football Super Bowl Start ‘Em Choices

Running Backs

Kenyan Drake vs. SEA: He has been mostly unreliable since he came over from Miami, and there will be a natural statistical slide from his incredible Week 15 performance. But there is definite upside when you also consider the Seahawks have allowed the most receiving yards to RBs over the past month.

Mike Boone vs. GB: It is looking very much like he will be the lead RB for the Vikings in a major Monday Night NFC North showdown. Expect at least one end zone visit. To feel more comfortable about him as an option, put Boone in your flex spot and have another pivot available in the same game if you can. But as news rolls in over the weekend, it seems likely he will start and be a useful RB2 play in your Fantasy Football Super Bowl.

Devonta Freeman vs. JAC: He hardly seems like an inspiring pick for your title game, and as suspected, he is past his prime. But the Jaguars have allowed the most FFPG to RBs over the past month. Freeman’s versatility means he should at least provide you with a safe PPR floor.


Wide Receivers

Emmanuel Sanders vs. LAR: Sanders has been very inconsistent, but his better performances have boosted Fantasy teams to victories. The 49ers need him to deliver in a game they must win to keep pace in the division and the conference. Sanders will come through for the Niners and for you in Fantasy Football Super Bowl week.

Anthony Miller vs. KC: The Chiefs pass defense has been sturdy over the past month, but the Bears have also shown more life in their air game. Miller has been surging lately, and you should ride the momentum. Allen Robinson will continue to draw a lot of defensive attention and that will help Miller, too.

A.J. Brown vs. NO: The rookie has shown he can make important catches and also explode for big plays. The Titans will look to rebound from a tough loss to Houston and will continue to involve Brown as a primary playmaker. The Saints have allowed the second-most FFPG in the NFC to WRs over the past month. Maintain confidence in Brown for your Fantasy Football Super Bowl.


Tight Ends

Jacob Hollister vs. ARI: It is a reflex action of any owner who has made it this far to expect a quality performance out of a decent TE who matches up with Arizona. Hollister is a Top 12 start every week and now gets the plum draw in Fantasy Football Super Bowl week.

Kyle Rudolph vs. GB: He is not a Top 12 start at the position this week, but if you have been using a different starter in every matchup, he is a strong bet for a TD catch in the major Monday Night game.



Jameis Winston vs. HOU: He has lost both Mike Evans and Chris Godwin, but Winston will continue to fling the ball around the yard. The Buccaneers have come to depend on him throwing as much as possible to move the ball effectively.

Ryan Tannehill vs. TB: He has been a solid Fantasy starter since taking over at QB for the Titans, and will provide you with at least a respectable stat line in your Fantasy Football Super Bowl.


Sit ‘Em

Running Backs

Kerryon Johnson vs. DEN: You may be tempted to flex him in his return to action this week. But his workload may be uncertain and Johnson is too risky for usage after a long layoff when you are playing for a Fantasy Football Super Bowl title.

Phillip Lindsay vs. DET: In his last five games, he has not rushed for 70 yards and has found the end zone once. Lindsay is not the type of guy you should have in your lineup when playing for a championship.

Carlos Hyde vs. TB: He is coming off one of his best games of the year, but Hyde has been dealing with an ankle injury this week and the Buccaneers have been the best team over the past month in terms of allowing Fantasy Points Per Game to RBs.


Wide Receivers

Odell Beckham Jr. vs. BAL: There is no upside in this matchup, and Beckham is a borderline WR3 for you in Fantasy Football Super Bowl week. You may likely have three other WR choices that offer more statistical promise for your title game.

John Brown vs. NE: The Patriots still can take away a team’s best weapon. Brown is arguably Buffalo’s most dependable playmaker. Win your Fantasy Football Super Bowl without him, but remember he helped you a lot this season.

Jamison Crowder vs. PIT: Crowder can pile up the numbers when the matchup is right. It’s not right for him this week.


Tight Ends

Tyler Higbee vs. SF: The return of Gerald Everett totally puts a damper on his outlook for Week 16. Maybe he helped get you to a Fantasy Football Super Bowl, but now he has to be reserved for the big game.

Jack Doyle vs. CAR: He has not delivered recently as hoped when needed by the Colts and Fantasy players.



Aaron Rodgers vs. MIN: The Vikings have allowed the third-fewest FFPG to QBs over the past month. Rodgers has been more unreliable than ever before for Fantasy purposes in 2019.

Kirk Cousins vs. GB: He has four TD passes in his past three games and has not thrown for 280 yards in that span. The divisional matchup with the Packers could turn out to be a lower-scoring affair than some might expect. There are better upside options for Fantasy Football Super Bowl week.

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