Week 15 Target Analysis (2019 Fantasy Football)
It is hard to believe this is my last target recap article of the 2019 NFL season, but fantasy football’s Championship Week is finally upon us. It has been an incredible season with lots of exciting games and unpredictable performances. It amazes me every year how players like Breshad Perriman that were barely owned this year can help win a playoff game while star players owned in almost every league, such as Dallas Cowboys WR Amari Cooper, can have two receptions for 19 yards and torpedo a fantasy football season.
Congratulations if you are still alive for the championship round. It is a long journey from Week 1 to Week 16, and it is an impressive accomplishment to be one of your league’s final two teams competing for first place. This is my recap of all the Week 15 action for all 32 NFL teams. If you want to see how every NFL player was targeted, check out Fantasy Pros’ Most Targeted Players.
Arizona Cardinals: QB Kyler Murray should have had a bigger game than he ended up having considering his team scored 38 points, but RB Kenyan Drake stole four red-zone rushing touchdowns. Murray did not have to do much in the passing game with 19 completions in 25 attempts for 219 yards, one touchdown, one pick, and a QB rating of 91.2. The only touchdown of the game went to TE Dan Arnold, who had two receptions for 25 yards entering the game and now has three receptions, 31 yards, and this one outlier touchdown. WR Damiere Byrd led the way with six targets, six receptions, and 86 yards. WR Larry Fitzgerald chipped in with 42 yards receiving and WR Christian Kirk added 33 yards. Most fantasy players would have been happy to hear the Cardinals scored 38 points, but they gained 226 yards on the ground versus 219 through the air. They have a tough road game at Seattle in Week 16. Murray had only 241 yards passing and no passing touchdowns when the Cardinals hosted the Seahawks in Week 4.
Atlanta Falcons: If had told people that QB Matt Ryan had only 210 passing yards and two touchdowns and the running game generated only 89 yards rushing, most would have thought the 49ers won the game easily. Two lost fumbles and settling for three field goals kept the Falcons in the game, and they managed to win 29-22 with a touchdown on the final play. WR Julio Jones had 20 targets, 13 receptions, 134 yards, and two receiving touchdowns. Nobody else on the team eclipsed 30 yards receiving. This was a game the 49ers looked to have in hand, but Atlanta scored 19 points in the fourth quarter. While it was the Jones show last Sunday, TE Austin Hooper and WR Russell Gage could have a bigger role in Week 16 at home against an awful Jacksonville Jaguars defense. The entire Falcons passing game is worthy of consideration this week.
Baltimore Ravens: I have said this all season, but it is absolutely amazing how QB Lamar Jackson can put up incredible numbers without it trickling down to fantasy success for the skill-position players. Jackson was 15-for-23 with 212 yards, five passing touchdowns, no picks, and a QB rating of 134.4. He also added eight rushing attempts for 86 yards. Yet WR Seth Roberts was the Ravens’ leading receiver with three receptions for 66 yards and one touchdown. TE Mark Andrews was the only other player with more than 50 yards receiving, finishing with seven targets, four receptions, 52 yards, and one touchdown. WR Marquise Brown, RB Mark Ingram II, and WR Miles Boykin scored the other three touchdowns but combined for 60 receiving yards. Baltimore should play all of their players this week at Cleveland with the ability to clinch home field in the AFC with a victory or New England Patriots loss. Expect the offense to have another incredible game, but keep in mind that there is a low ceiling for players not named Jackson and Ingram.
Buffalo Bills: The Bills were dealt a wicked hand to close the season, drawing the Ravens, Steelers, and Patriots in Weeks 14-16. Those are three of the best defenses in the NFL, and fantasy points have been tough to come by for the Bills. After losing to Baltimore at home, they rebounded with a win in Pittsburgh. The problem for fantasy owners is Josh Allen had only 139 yards passing with one touchdown and one pick. WR John Brown had 10 targets, seven receptions, 99 yards, and no scores. No other player had more than 15 yards receiving, and TE Dawson Knox captured the only receiving touchdown. Buffalo plays at New England in Week 16, so there is not much upside to playing anyone against the NFL’s premier defense. The only pass-catcher I would trust is Brown.
Carolina Panthers: QB Kyle Allen is not finishing the season very strong, as he had 277 passing yards passing with one touchdown and three interceptions in a 30-24 home loss to the Seahawks. The Panthers’ usual skill position players did show well, as WR D.J. Moore caught eight of 12 targets for 113 yards. RB Christian McCaffrey dominated as usual with 87 rushing yards and two rushing touchdowns to go along with eight receptions for 88 yards. WR Curtis Samuel added five receptions, 31 yards, and a score. TE Ian Thomas did not do much with just two receptions for 23 yards. McCaffrey and Moore seem to be trustworthy the rest of the way, and Samuel or Thomas can have a big game here or there, depending on the matchup. They will face the Indianapolis Colts on the road in Week 16 behind a new starting quarterback, as QB Will Grier will replace Allen behind center. Allen has not played well anyway, so this shouldn’t negatively impact the skill players that fantasy owners have relied on all season.
Chicago Bears: As I expected, the Bears’ offense came back to Earth on the road against a good Packers pass defense familiar with their scheme. QB Mitchell Trubisky tallied 348 yards on 53 pass attempts, but he offered only one touchdown and two picks. WR Allen Robinson II and WR Anthony Miller dominated the targets. With 14 targeted, Robinson had seven receptions for 125 yards. Miller had 15 targets, nine receptions, 118 yards, and one touchdown. The only other player to eclipse 20 yards receiving was RB Tarik Cohen, who caught seven of 10 targets for 57 yards. This offense is still light years away from being consistently competent, but down 21-3, they had to throw the ball the entire fourth quarter. This resulted in two fantasy-viable wide receivers. Chicago is at home this week against Kansas City, who needs to keep playing hard to improve its AFC playoff seeding.
Cincinnati Bengals: QB Andy Dalton is not a good enough quarterback to succeed against the NFL’s best pass defense, and his roster wasn’t up to the task. He went 17-for-31 with 151 yards, one touchdown, four picks, and a 39.2 QB rating in a 34-13 loss to the Patriots. The Bengals actually led after the first quarter, but Dalton’s interceptions and a fumble by WR Alex Erickson made it impossible to stay competitive. Only TE Tyler Eifert topped 30 yards receiving, finishing with 44 yards on three catches. TE Cethan Carter scored Dalton’s only touchdown. The Bengals will nevertheless be an interesting play in what could be a high-scoring Week 16 game against the Miami Dolphins. WR Tyler Boyd should do better than the 26 yards he tallied in this game. WR John Ross III had some good games earlier this season and could be a factor as well in a great matchup. However, the floor is also low while playing on the worst team in the NFL.
Cleveland Browns: I do not understand why the Browns would entertain bringing back head coach Freddie Kitchens. This is a spot where the Browns’ offense should have had a monster game. The Cardinals do not play defense; they had allowed 4,050 passing yards and 32 passing touchdowns with just six interceptions coming into Week 15. They were the most friendly-quarterback defense in fantasy football, allowing 24.4 points per game. This should have been a spot to build QB Baker Mayfield’s confidence. Instead he had 247 passing yards on 43 attempts, throwing just two touchdowns and one pick. One of the scores occurred late when they were already down 38-17. WR Odell Beckham Jr. led the way with 13 targets, but it only amounted to 66 yards. RB Kareem Hunt added eight receptions and 62 yards on nine targets. WR Jarvis Landry had eight targets for five receptions and 23 yards, and the two touchdowns went to TE Ricky Seals-Jones. The Browns cannot be trusted in even the best matchups, which is troubling for anyone owning a piece of their offense. They have a Week 16 date with the Ravens, a team they somehow beat 40-25 back in Week 4. I would not trust this offense to do much in the rematch.
Dallas Cowboys: Even though the Cowboys won, 44-21, the passing game was a disaster for fantasy owners. They committed to the run, finishing with 45 rushing attempts for 263 yards and three touchdowns. QB Dak Prescott threw the ball only 23 times for 212 yards and two touchdowns. He did not have a disastrous fantasy day, but unfortunately the passing touchdowns went to WR Tavon Austin and TE Jason Witten. Many fantasy players relied on WR Amari Cooper and WR Michael Gallup in one of the biggest weeks of the fantasy season. Cooper had one 19-yard reception, and Gallup chipped in with just six yards on three targets. If Cooper and Gallup owners survived Week 15, there is a good matchup at Philadelphia in Week 16. Both receivers should rebound in a game that should feature more passing.
Denver Broncos: QB Drew Lock did not do much in the snow in Kansas City He finished the day 18-for-40 with just 208 passing yards, no touchdowns, one pick, and a QB rating of 50.8. WR Courtland Sutton led the way with 10 targets, catching four of them for 79 yards. TE Noah Fant chipped in with three targets, two receptions, and 56 yards. Nobody else reached 30 yards receiving. The Broncos were bound to have a letdown after playing their best game of the season in Houston, and the snow did not help a rookie quarterback making his third start. They will look to rebound in Week 16 in a dream matchup against the Detroit Lions’ horrible pass defense. Sutton and Fant could end up being stars.
Detroit Lions: The Lions found the end zone twice on Sunday. Unfortunately for fantasy players, both scores went to RB Wes Hills. QB David Blough finished the day with just 260 yards and two interceptions. WR Danny Amendola led the way with 13 targets, eight receptions, and 102 yards. WR Kenny Golladay struggled, securing three of seven targets for 44 yards. The Buccaneers were 30th in fantasy points allowed to quarterbacks entering this game, and they had given up 29 touchdown passes. The Lions now have a tough matchup at Denver this weekend. It’s hard to trust anyone in Detroit’s passing game given the poor production at home against Tampa Bay.
Green Bay Packers: We have been talking all year about the Packers’ offense coming together later in the season when they settled into their new offensive scheme. It has become abundantly clear, however, that this is just not a very good passing offense. QB Aaron Rodgers was just 16-for-33 with 203 passing yards, one touchdown, and a 78.2 QB rating. Targeted 13 times, WR Davante Adams had seven receptions for 103 yards and a touchdown. The only other player to top 20 yards receiving was WR Jake Kumerow, who turned his only target into a 49-yard play. The Packers have a tough road game at Minnesota next week. Adams and RB Aaron Jones need to be in your lineup. Otherwise, it’s hard to trust anyone else. Green Bay is 17th in passing yards gained.
Houston Texans: QB Deshaun Watson did not have his best game of the season, but he made plays when needed. The Texans survived a tough road game, beating the Tennessee Titans 24-21. Their top three wide receivers all showed up and had good fantasy games. WR DeAndre Hopkins led the way with eight targets, six receptions, and 119 yards. WR Will Fuller was the quietest of the three with seven targets, five receptions, and 61 yards. WR Kenny Stills had the least impact in terms of 35 receiving yards, but his three receptions resulted in two touchdowns. All three could be fantasy relevant next week in a potential road shootout with a horrible Tampa Bay pass defense.
Indianapolis Colts: The Colts were overwhelmed by the New Orleans Saints on Monday Night Football. Their defense forced only one incompletion, and they were never able to slow the Saints down in a 34-7 loss. QB Jacoby Brissett was just 18-of-34 with 165 passing yards and a QB rating of 66.4. No player had more than 50 receiving yards, and the passing offense didn’t generate a single touchdown. Their leading receiver, WR Zach Pascal, tallied six targets, four receptions, and 44 yards. The good news is that WR T.Y. Hilton was targeted nine times in his return. The bad news is he produced only four receptions for 25 yards. The Colts are back home to face the Panthers, but they have failed to tally more than 200 net passing yards in six of their last eight games. There is not much upside for anyone on this offense, and all of their players have a very low floor. It’s good that Hilton is back, but it just further clouds the target picture in this shaky passing offense.
Jacksonville Jaguars: The Jaguars were not flashy, but they rallied from a 16-3 halftime deficit to ruin the Raiders’ final game in Oakland. QB Gardner Minshew went 17-for-29 with 201 yards passing, two passing touchdowns, no picks, and a QB rating of 102.8. WR Keelan Cole led the way with six targets, three receptions, and 76 yards. WR Chris Conley added four receptions, 49 yards, and two touchdowns on eight targets. They might not star in this passing game for long, as D.J. Chark could return from an ankle injury sooner than expected in Week 16. The Jaguars have a nice matchup at Atlanta. They did not do as well as I would have hoped against Oakland, but they played hard in the second half and came away with some good passing numbers. They have a chance to do the same thing on the road against a shaky Falcons defense.
Kansas City Chiefs: Chiefs QB Patrick Mahomes had a very strong day in the snow, completing 27 of 34 attempts for 340 yards, two touchdowns, one pick, and a QB rating of 115.7. His two star pass-catchers both came up big. TE Travis Kelce had a monster game with 13 targets, 11 receptions, 142 yards, and no touchdowns. WR Tyreek Hill was not as big of a factor in terms of yardage, tallying 67 on only seven targets and five receptions. He made up for that, though, by finding the end zone twice. WR Sammy Watkins managed just four targets, three receptions, and 49 yards. Nobody else eclipsed 45 yards receiving. The Chiefs have a tough game in Chicago in Week 16. Hill and Kelce still figure to be safe plays, but I wouldn’t stream anybody else.
Los Angeles Chargers: The last two weeks is a perfect illustration of the Chargers’ season. In Week 14, they were flawless when dominating the Jaguars, 45-10, on the road. Last weekend, they were flawed, suffering a 39-10 blowout loss to the Minnesota Vikings at home. That has been the problem with this team all season. One week they show up and look great, the next week they don’t and find a way to lose. This was their most lopsided loss of the season, but it demonstrated the same themes as the close defeats. QB Philip Rivers had too many turnovers, mitigating his 307 passing yards with three interceptions. They decided that four fumbles would be a nice addition to the picks. WR Keenan Allen led the way with 10 targets, nine receptions and 99 yards. WR Mike Williams added nine targets, four receptions, 71 yards, and the offense’s only receiving touchdown. RB Austin Ekeler had five receptions for 62 yards, and nobody else had more than 40. The Chargers have a very winnable home game against the Raiders, so their best players should be relevant. The question is which Chargers team will show up in Week 16.
Los Angeles Rams: The Rams needed to win this week to have a serious chance of remaining in the playoff hunt. Instead, they lost 44-21 to Dallas. It was not a good day for their team, but QB Jared Goff saved the fantasy day with a couple of meaningless touchdown drives. He finished with 284 passing yards on 51 attempts with two passing touchdowns and one pick. TE Tyler Higbee led the way with 14 targets, 12 receptions, and 111 yards WR Cooper Kupp and RB Todd Gurley scored the late touchdowns, but nobody other than Higbee eclipsed 50 yards receiving. It was mostly a dud fantasy day for a team that has had plenty of disappointing performances this year. They have a tough matchup at San Francisco next week. Higbee has been a fantasy star over the last three weeks, and Woods and Kupp would be hard to sit. The only issue is the Rams had only 48 net passing yards the last time these two played in Week 6, making the floor incredibly low in this contest.
Miami Dolphins: The Dolphins were outscored 29-10 in the second half, but that did not stop QB Ryan Fitzpatrick from having another solid fantasy game. He was 23-for-41 with 279 yards passing, two passing touchdowns, no picks, and a QB rating of 93.4. The star of the game was WR DeVante Parker, who posted four receptions for 72 yards and two touchdowns. WR Albert Wilson had 59 yards, and TE Mike Gesicki had only 47. Parker has been a fantasy star in the second half of the season, and he should be a great play against the Bengals. Wilson and Gesicki could also be options, but they have a much lower floor and much less upside than Parker.
Minnesota Vikings: The big news on this offense is that RB Dalvin Cook left the game with a shoulder injury, placing his Week 16 availability in doubt. If he does not play, that’s a huge blow to a Vikings offense which uses him so much in both the running and passing game. They did not miss him against the Chargers, but that was thanks to seven takeaways. QB Kirk Cousins went 19-for-25 with 207 yards passing, one passing touchdown, and one pick. WR Stefon Diggs led the way with six targets, four receptions, 76 yards, and no touchdowns. WR Adam Thielen was back this week, but he was targeted only three times for 27 yards. The only touchdown went to backup TE Irv Smith Jr. The Vikings have a nice matchup against a Packers defense that has struggled at times this year, but not having Cook would be a huge blow.
New England Patriots: This passing offense is an absolute disaster right now. The Patriots should have dominated the Bengals through the air. Instead, QB Tom Brady was 15-for-29 with 128 yards, two touchdowns, and a 86.6 QB rating in a 34-13 win. The Patriots relied on their running game and defense to carry them. RB James White led the team with 49 receiving yards and one touchdown; nobody else had more than 25 yards receiving. WR N’Keal Harry scored the only other touchdown, and WR Mohamed Sanu Sr. had just two receptions for 13 yards on eight targets. It is tough to trust this team with Brady this out of sync with his receivers, and things will not be easy at home against Buffalo. Brady had only 140 yards passing and one pick the last time they played in Week 4 and that was when Brady was throwing for 300 yards and multiple touchdowns regularly. He has not cleared 200 yards in three of his last four games.
New Orleans Saints: I still do not believe what I saw on Monday night. It is hard enough to complete 29 passes in 30 attempts playing a video game on a couch in a living room. Saints QB Drew Brees did that in an actual NFL game against the Colts. WR Michael Thomas continued to be the star of the offense, catching all 12 targets for 128 yards and one touchdown. The only other player over 50 yards receiving was TE Jared Cook with four receptions for 54 yards. Backup QB Taysom Hill added two receptions for 42 yards and one touchdown. WR Tre’Quan Smith and TE Josh Hill scored the other two touchdowns. It was an absolutely stunning performance by their passing game, and they look to pick up where the left off on the road against Tennessee.
New York Giants: The Giants snapped a nine-game losing streak, beating the Dolphins 36-20 at home. It was a decent day for the passing offense, as backup QB Eli Manning went 20-for-28 with 283 yards and two touchdowns. The only downside was three interceptions, which dragged his QB rating down to 87.9. All three of the Giants’ top receivers maintained fantasy relevance. Sterling Shepard posted nine receptions and 111 yards on 11 targets. Golden Tate had only four targets and one reception, but it was a 51-yard touchdown. Darius Slayton had only three targets and two receptions, but he tallied 31 yards and the other touchdown. The Giants have another great matchup in Week 16 at Washington. Shepard appears to be Manning’s favorite target, but Tate and Slayton should also have good value in a nice spot.
New York Jets: The Jets did not do much on offense, as two of their touchdowns were scored in the fourth quarter of a 42-21 loss. QB Sam Darnold was 18-for-32 for 218 yards, two touchdowns, one pick, and a QB rating of 85.2. WR Jamison Crowder had not done much in recent weeks, but he had 11 targets, six receptions, 90 yards, and both receiving touchdowns. WR Robby Anderson struggled with six targets, four receptions, and 66 yards. Nobody else topped 12 yards other than WR Vyncint Smith, who had 40 on five targets and three receptions, which is not enough to warrant a waiver wire claim. The Jets have now clinched their fourth consecutive losing season. They play out the string in Week 16 with a brutal home matchup against the Steelers. Anderson and Crowder will be extremely hard to trust against that defense.
Oakland Raiders: The Raiders have been exposed the last four weeks. It’s hard to remember a time when they were 6-4 and looking like a wild-card team. They are now 6-8, and their season is done after failing to hold off the Jaguars at home. Up by 13 at halftime, they were shut out in the second half despite having 10 drives in the game that reached Jaguars territory. QB Derek Carr was just 22-for-36 with 267 yards, one touchdown, no picks, and a QB rating of 93.2. TE Darren Waller led the way with 10 targets, eight receptions, and 122 yards. WR Tyrell Williams had three targets, two receptions, 45 yards, and one touchdown. Nobody else eclipsed 25 yards receiving. The Raiders have two more road games to close the season, starting with the Chargers in Week 16. There is not much hope for this passing offense other than Waller.
Philadelphia Eagles: The Eagles just do not have any healthy wide receivers, and those are the players who stretch the field and give an NFL offense explosiveness. QB Carson Wentz was 30-for-43 with 266 passing yards and three touchdowns. The only issue is that 61 of those yards went to a wide receiver, all to Greg Ward Jr. Their longest pass play of the day was just 27 yards, but TE Zach Ertz and RB Miles Sanders both found the end zone. Ward scored the other game-winning receiving touchdown. They hung around long enough to score 20 points in the fourth quarter and win, 37-27, against a bad Washington team. The last time they played Dallas in Week 7, the Eagles lost 37-10. They are going to have to start the game much faster in Week 16 if they want a chance to win in the fourth quarter.
Pittsburgh Steelers: The Steelers do not have much of a passing game, and it was a tough matchup at home playing the Bills. QB Devlin Hodges had only 202 yards passing, one touchdown, four picks, and a 43.9 QB rating in a 17-10 loss. RB James Conner had the only touchdown of the game, and WR James Washington led the way with 11 targets, five receptions, and 83 yards. WR Diontae Johnson also had seven targets, five receptions, and 62 yards. WR JuJu Smith-Schuster is still dealing with a knee injury that kept him out of this game, and he may not play against the Jets this week. Even if he does play, there is not a lot of upside playing with Hodges. I would approach all Steelers receivers and tight ends with caution. Even against a shaky defense like the Jets, the floor is low for the entire passing offense.
San Francisco 49ers: The 49ers had a letdown game stuck in between a bunch of tough matchups. They had played the Packers, Ravens, and Saints, all teams with Super Bowl aspirations who have already clinched a playoff berth. The schedule doesn’t get any easier; they host the Rams in Week 16 and finish the season at Seattle. The Seahawks have also clinched a playoff berth, and Week 17’s clash could determine the NFC West winner. While the Rams are probably not making the playoffs, they do have a winning record. The Falcons represented a trap game between all of those good opponents, and the 49ers did not play well enough in the fourth quarter. QB Jimmy Garoppolo had only 200 yards passing and passing touchdown, and the only pass-catcher who produced anything was TE George Kittle. Seventeen of Garoppolo’s 33 pass attempts went to Kittle for 13 receptions, 134 yards, and a touchdown. The 49ers dominated the Rams earlier in the season, but this last loss demonstrates how low the fantasy floor can be for players not named Kittle.
Seattle Seahawks: Seahawks QB Russell Wilson was spectacular on Sunday, going 20-for-26 with 286 yards passing, two touchdowns, no picks, and a QB rating of 137.7. The big relief for fantasy owners is that he finally remembered to call WR Tyler Lockett’s number. Targeted nine times, he posted eight receptions for 120 receiving yards and a touchdown. WR D.K. Metcalf added four targets, two receptions, 36 yards, and Wilson’s other score. The only other player in the offense with more than 30 yards receiving was WR Josh Gordon, thanks to a 58-yard reception on his only target of the game. The Seahawks have a great Week 16 matchup against Arizona, one of the worst defenses in the NFL. You can trust Locket and Metcalf in this setting. Gordon, meanwhile, has been suspended for the remainder of the season for violating the league’s substance abuse policy. That should have a minimal impact on Seattle’s passing game.
Tampa Bay Buccaneers: QB Jameis Winston did not miss WR Mike Evans against Detroit. He was 28-for-42 with 458 yards passing, four touchdowns, and one pick. WR Chris Godwin caught five of seven targets for 121 yards, but no touchdowns, before leaving with a hamstring injury. WR Breshad Perriman hogged all the touchdowns with an incredible line of six targets, five receptions, 113 yards, and three scores. WR Scotty Miller rounded out the scoring with three receptions for 49 yards and one touchdown. Unfortunately, he was placed on injured reserve with a hamstring injury. A lot has been made out of Winston’s 24 interceptions, but he also has an NFL-high 4,573 passing yards and 30 touchdown passes. Even without Evans and Godwin, he has a good chance of reaching 5,000 yards with home games against the Texans and Falcons remaining.
Tennessee Titans: The Titans lost an important AFC South showdown to the Texans, but this game revealed who the Titans believe is the star of their passing game. Down 14-0 at halftime, they needed to pass the ball to put themselves back in the game. WR A.J. Brown was the most targeted receiver in that situation, posting 13 targets, eight receptions, 114 yards, and one touchdown. WR Corey Davis, on the other hand, was targeted six times for three receptions and 57 yards. TE Jonnu Smith added five receptions for 60 yards. The other passing touchdown went to RB Dion Lewis on his only target of the game. QB Ryan Tannehill showed well in the biggest game of Tennessee’s season, and Brown was his favorite option. Brown has a chance to shine again in Week 16 against the Saints. The rest of their pass-catchers are a little hit or miss, but a shootout could produce other viable fantasy options.
Washington Redskins: I don’t know if I would say that Washington had a nice passing day, That would be overstating what happened on Sunday. What they had was a nice passing play. QB Dwayne Haskins found WR Terry McLaurin for a 75-yard touchdown. If you take that deep strike out of the mix, he had 18 completions for 186 yards and one touchdown. McLaurin is the real deal, and he has now scored a touchdown in back-to-back games. He is capable of having a big game each week. They have another good home matchup against the Giants, so he should be a good option again in Week 16. However, I do not trust anyone other than McLuarin in this passing game, and even he has a low floor playing with Haskins.