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Fantasy Football Tweet Storm (Week 14)

Dec 6, 2019

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Check out the best the fantasy football world has to offer via Twitter for Week 14.

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We kick things off with regular contributor Heath Cummings, who points out just how much of a mess the San Francisco backfield has been for fantasy purposes:

At this point – and with your playoff life in the balance from here on out – the 49ers’ backfield can’t be trusted. That’s especially true in Week 14 against a New Orleans Saints defense that ranks fourth in the NFL against the run.

Graham Barfield chimes in next with a terrific stat that Allen Robinson owners could have used prior to the Thursday night game against Dallas:

True to form, A-Rob snagged a pair of touchdown catches to give his fantasy owners a huge early boost to their Week 14 lineups.

Frank Stampfl gives us a solid running back recommendation in his most eye-popping Tweet of the week:

Mixon remains reasonably priced across the daily fantasy industry entering this week’s encounter with the Cleveland Browns, and could be a savvy pick in both cash game and GPP formats given the fact that Bengals are involving him no matter the game script.

Nate Hamilton pours some ice water on Patrick Mahomes owners, who are already keenly aware of this fact on some level:

Mahomes should be a dependable option down the stretch, but he’s no longer the QB1 lock he was last year. And let this serve as a lesson to anyone stumping for Lamar Jackson as a first-round pick in 2020 re-draft formats: buyer beware, no matter how good the man looks this season.

Let’s wind down the main event with a message from Field Yates, who shares an impressive list of bruisers:

It sure looks like Henry is going to decide countless thousands of fantasy titles again this season, for better or worse. As long as the Titans are competitive, Henry should eat – but if they fall behind by multiple touchdowns at any point over the next three weeks, his fantasy owners are going to wish he was a better pass catcher.

Here’s the best of the rest from this week’s #FantasyFootball Twitter barrage:

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