Widespread inclement weather and serious injuries to Rob Gronkowski and Wes Welker were big fantasy storylines in Week 14. Gronkowski will be fortunate to play in Week 1 of 2014, while Welker suffered his second concussion of the year and looks unlikely to play against San Diego on Thursday night. If you’re still alive, congratulations and you probably have not been beset by injuries like the vast majority of fantasy players. However, if you suffered an injury or just don’t like the matchup in a deep league maybe someone here can help you out. Let’s get right to it, playoffs are no time to look backwards.
Whoever starts for the Bears between Jay Cutler and Josh McCown is a great waiver option this week against a beatable Cleveland defense. Alshon Jeffery owners have to be pulling for McCown in a serious way. The reach here is Jason Campbell for me in the same game, facing the Bears. Chicago’s defense is not what it has been in recent years, and Campbell has one top flight weapon in Josh Gordon plus a really good tight end in Jordan Cameron for targets. Plus, Willis McGahee is highly questionable for this one, and Ogbonnaya and Whittaker are more pass-friendly to the Browns offense. Continue reading Winning the Wire and the Playoffs: Week 15 Fantasy Sleepers »