The last week of the regular season for most fantasy football leagues. Sleepers will be essential in pushing you towards the playoffs or even getting a higher seed if you’re already in. Getting a potential sleeper on the waiver that could come in clutch in this last week… important. Let’s get into some NFL fantasy sleepers that could come in handy in this week’s slate.
QB: Jake Browning (CIN) vs Indianapolis Colts
Jake Browning put on a show vs the Jaguars on Monday night last week. Although I’m not expecting him to replicate his stats from the previous week, I expect him to still put on a show vs the Colts. The Cincinnati Bengals have too many weapons around Browning to not have a solid game.
Projected points: 19.5
RB: Ty Chandler (MIN) vs Las Vegas Raiders
As I’ve said before, before I get a bunch of bullshit comments talking about how they couldn’t get the certain sleeper on the waiver… too bad. Chandler should be a player available as a waiver option.
The Las Vegas Raiders have one of the worst rush defenses in the league and Chandler has shown to be a decent #2 RB for the Vikings. He’s flashed here and there when given touches.
Projected points: 12.3
WR: Noah Brown (HOU) vs New York Jets
It’s terrible to see Tank Dell get injured, who was having a great rookie season, but this does open up snaps to Noah Brown. Prior to Noah Brown’s injury, he was going absolutely bonkers.
Posting over 150 yards receiving in back-to-back games. I expect Brown to get more looks with more reps opening up due to the brutal injury to Dell.
Projected points: 14.6
TE: Kylen Granson (IND) vs Cincinnati Bengals
The Cincinnati Bengals are terrible when it comes to guarding tight ends. I expect this game to be fairly close which will lead Minshew to leaning on a safety valve… enter Granson.
Projected points: 10.5
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