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Fantasy Football Hot and Cold Week 12



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Here are the Hot and Cold players from for your NFL DFS Week 12 Lineups.



Russell Wilson – Throwing more touchdown passes in the past 3 weeks than he has in the previous 7 weeks is obviously trending upwards, but Wilson is averaging 300 yards and 2 touchdowns and going against a bottom 5 pass defense

Carson Palmer – While having an up down kind of year, Palmer has thrown touchdown passes in the past 3 games while in the past 3 games the Falcon defense has given up 4 passing touchdowns in a game twice

Marcus Mariotta – Mariotta has been on a great streak with multiple touchdowns in 7 straight games, over 20 points in 6 out of 7, and over 270 yards in 5 out of the last 6. Going up against a Bears defense that has given up at least 2 touchdowns passing in the past 4 home games


Cam Newton – In the past 4 games, Newton has thrown for only 1 touchdown in 3 of those games and 0 in the other all while Oakland has surprisingly kept QBs under 21 in every game and only 20 once

Andy Dalton – Dalton was cold last week and only getting colder. Past 3 games has thrown 3 touchdowns and 4 interceptions and now lost his top 5 wide receiver and one of the best pass catching running backs in the league

Tyrod Taylor – With the decimation of the Bills receiving corps look for the Bills to run more. Also Taylor has thrown 1 touchdown twice in the past 4 games and the Jaguars defense has kept QBs to under 17 points in the last 3 games

Running Backs


Fat Rob Kelley – Cowboys defense has given up rushing touchdowns in 3 of the past 4 games and Kelley is on fire since he has become the lead back in Washington

Frank Gore – Gore is on a very consistent stretch of scoring double digit points in the last 5 games and Steelers have given up multiple touchdowns to running backs in 3 of the last 5 games

Lamar Miller – Looked good against Oakland, Miller has scored touchdowns in 3 of the last 5 weeks with some big scores whereas San Diego has given up at least 1 rushing touchdown to their last 4 opponents


LeSean McCoy – Dinged up, Gillislee looking solid, McCoy has averaged under 8 points in the last 3 games he has played while leaving 2 of those games early from injury. Jaguars haven’t given up a rushing touchdown in the last 3 weeks

Spencer Ware – Ware has come back down to Earth and averaged less than 7 points the last 3 games he has participated in and the Broncos haven’t given up a rushing touchdown in 4 of the past 5 games

Isaiah Crowell – The last 7 games has averaged less than 7 points per game. Has scored a touchdown in 2 of those games and those were the only games he went above single digits but still averaged only 13 points when he did score

Wide Receivers


Doug Baldwin – The past 3 games, Baldwin has averaged over 17 points a game. Tampa Bay has given up over 200 yards and/or multiple touchdowns to receivers in 6 of the 10 games this year

Tyrell Williams – Scoring touchdowns in the last 2 games and double digit points in 4 of the last 6 games, Texans have been tough against the opposing receivers but have given up touchdowns to receivers in 3 of the past 4 games

Rishard Matthews – Scoring at least 1 touchdown in 3 of the last 4 weeks, reaching double digit points in 3 of the last 4 weeks (the other game scored 9 points) Matthews is averaging over 14 points per game


Julio Jones – Over the past 5 games the best receiver going against the Cardinals has averaged 5.5, not saying Julio will be held to that average but plan on limited fantasy production

Emmanuel Sanders – Not scoring in the last 6 games and only getting 80 or more yards twice, Sanders is averaging 62.5 yards in his past 6 contests

Deandre Hopkins – While a touchdown may have been taken from him against the Raiders, Hopkins only has scored once in the last 8 games. Highest yardage total has been 71 and is averaging just over 46 yards in those games

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