Many fantasy football playoffs kick off in Week 14, making this week a must-win for those looking to secure their post-season spot. There is nothing better than looking at the standings and knowing you are in, regardless of the outcome of this week.
With injuries, everyone is scrambling in Week 12 to find replacements for their team as we head into the final two games before the fantasy playoffs kick off in most leagues.
Fantasy owners can see the playoffs, the light at the end of the tunnel so to speak. By now you have a good 1/3 of your league that is dead because they are out of the playoff hunt; another 1/3 is on the outside, but looking in, of the playoff picture;
When you draft a team, all you see is the potential in your starters and the depth on your bench. The thing a lot of people don’t pay attention to though is, when are their byes?
Fantasy owners have been stashing Eifert for 8 weeks now, in the hopes that he would produce this season, like he did last season (52/615/13). Well, Eifert was worth the wait as he hauled in 9-of-12 targets for 102 yards and a touchdown in London.