Week 16: Super Sleepers
Despite the St. Louis defense giving up the fourth fewest fantasy points to tight ends this season, Tim Wright could be a sneaky play in Week 16. In Week 15 he caught seven passes for 82 yards and found the end zone for the fourth time this season. Some of Wright's production last week was in garbage time, but he has the ability to make plays and be an option for Mike Glennon. Look for Wright to put up some unexpected numbers this week with St. Louis working to shut down other passing looks for Glennon. In deep leagues Wright could be a flex option as a TE2.
This week's match-up between Chicago and Philadelphia looks like it is going to be a shootout. If this happens then Henery could be a great kicker option if you are in need of some extra points – no pun intended. Last week he went three for three on field goals with two for 30-39 yards and one for 50 plus yards. Consider Henery if your kicker has not been performing up to expectations.
This week, a surging Cleveland defensive unit has a tasty match-up against a New York offense that gives up the second most fantasy points to defenses. Over the past two weeks, this defense has bounced back into the top ten on experts' rankings and they could very well net you 10-plus fantasy points for your playoff championship. Look for Geno Smith to get sacked, cough up the ball and help your fantasy efforts.
The only better match-up this week defensively -- besides the Cleveland / New York game -- is Detroit vs. New York. Eli Manning's offense is reeling after a huge loss to Seattle at home with multiple sacks and five INTs. This match-up is very popular with the high stakes fantasy players this week and for good reason. Most experts expect that Detroit's defense will be able to exploit Manning's weaknesses and cause turnovers. Look for Detroit to possibly put up double-digit fantasy points this week when you need them.