Week 14: Super Sleepers
LaVon Brazill has not done much of note this season, but over the past two weeks he has grabbed six passes for 77 yards. Brazill appears to be working his way to more snaps and targets, even displacing Darrius Heyward-Bey (another fantasy disappointment) in some of Indy's double receiver schemes. Brazill is a guy to watch in deep leagues if you are in need of a WR3 or flex over the coming weeks. He could be an interesting play against Cincinnati this week.
The match-up for tight ends this week against Washington is just plain tasty. The Washington defense gives up the sixth most fantasy points on the seaosn to TEs --Anthony Fasano or Sean McGrath [if Fasano does not go] could have a field day in this match-up. Fasano was sidelined last week with a concussion and a slightly sprained knee, but has the potential to be cleared prior to this week's game. If Fasano's concussion protocols are not cleared or his knee is sore, Sean McGrath would be worth a look as well. Either TE in this scenario should be in for 6-7 targets with 4-5 receptions and the high probability of a score. Fasano has scored a TD in each of his last three outings and early in the season McGrath showed that he has the ability to put up some solid stats as well in Fasano's absence.