Saturday, December 12, 2015

Week 14 Cost Efficiency Breakdown

Which matchups are ripe for high scoring? Which side of the quarterback fence do you want to be on for Pittsburgh-Cincinnati (and is there a wrong side?)  With David Johnson buried on Thursday night, are there any real running back values this week?

Don't miss the Week 14 Cost Efficiency Breakdown to answer these and all of your Week 14 questions. Find out who I'm talking about here:

"He hasn’t been the most efficient producer, but on the docket is a floundering defense that’s allowed 8.28 yards per catch and 13 TDs over its last six games. Like Julio Jones, he often excels even with a middling catch rate and very little red zone usage. He’s making huge plays all over the field and looks like a lock for a sixth straight 100-yard game, so 5-6 catches and a touchdown are likely all he’ll need to return cash value…"

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