Let’s face it, there’s an enormous amount of information out there on Sunday mornings. We’re not going to waste your time by repeating the news and notes about who’s in or out this week, since that’s really not what you visit us for. We’re also not going to do another article on starts or sits this week – we already have the personalized lineup advice for you on the premium content. Again, there are 100 places you can go for that, so no reason to repeat ourselves or others.
The Sunday Morning Huddle goes through each game and states what we’re looking to see from a dynasty perspective. One player will be picked from each team who has dynasty value tied to the game – players at a pivot point where their value could increase or decrease based on opportunity and performance.
Pittsburgh at Cleveland
With Ladarius Green returning to limited action in week ten, Jesse James could be fading into the background soon. The Browns are giving up a ton of points to tight ends, so snaps, targets, and fantasy points scored by the Steelers tight end duo should be a good indicator of what direction things are headed in for each. Green played only 12 snaps in week ten. If that goes up and he puts up some points, expect his role to keep growing.
Rookie quarterback Cody Kessler has honestly played decently given his lack of experience and the overall uninspiring team around him. That could mean he has a career ahead of him in the NFL. On the flip side, he was benched mid-game as recently as last week and news is that Robert Griffin III will be making a return late this year. Those things can only be bad for his short term value. It is possible he surges against the Steelers in what could be a high scoring game, so check in to see how he has fared after this one.
Chicago at New York (Giants)