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  • July 4, 2019
    导出博客文章As we do each Sunday, we recap the weeks winners and losers from a fantasy
    perspective, complete with applicable game and historical data. Check back after
    the conclusion of the 1 and 4 p.m. ET (and, when applicable, Sunday Night
    Football) games for our picks of the weeks best and worst.WinnersLeVeon Bell,
    RB, Pittsburgh Steelers: With 47 fantasy points, Bell easily captured the Week
    14 scoring lead (at least through Sundays games, and presumably the week in its
    entirety), with what was the first game of 2016 by any individual player or team
    defense/special teams worth at least 40. In fact, its the highest individual
    score since Jamaal Charles managed 51 in 2013 Week 15, which coincidentally was
    another fantasy playoff week.Only 24 skill-position players since 1950 have
    scored more in a single game than Bell, who was started in 99.7 percent of ESPN
    leagues, did on Sunday. Of those 24, only 17 were running backs, and three of
    those 17 did so in AFL games in the 1960s. Only 10 running backs have had a
    greater score than Bell in the past half-century.The performance thrust Bell
    into the top five at his position for the season in fantasy points (194), behind
    only David Johnson (259), Ezekiel Elliott (226, plus his upcoming Sunday Night
    Football score), DeMarco Murray (209) and Melvin Gordon (199). All of the other
    four have played 13 games -- Elliott will have played 13 once he appears in
    Sunday nights game -- while Bell has done it in a mere 10 contests.Tyler Eifert,
    TE, Cincinnati Bengals: Just as he did in 2015, Eifert continued to dominate in
    the red zone, scoring both of his two touchdowns on Sunday in those situations,
    giving him five in his seven games played (he had 11 scores on red zone plays in
    his 13 games in 2015). The result was a 16-point fantasy day, matching his best
    output thus far in 2016. Many fantasy owners reaped the benefit, as Eiferts 79.9
    start percentage in ESPN leagues was fourth-highest among tight ends in Week
    14.Jeremy Hill, RB, Bengals: For the third time this season and sixth in his
    three-year NFL career, Hill managed at least 20 fantasy points; he scored
    exactly 20 on Sunday to finish a distant second to Bell at the position during
    the 1 p.m. ET block. A key difference between this effort and the other five,
    however, was that a greater percentage of ESPN owners capitalized, as Hill was
    started in 89.6 percent of leagues, easily his highest in any of his
    20-plus-point performances. In fact, it was Hills highest start percentage since
    2015 Week 2 (98.8), and his third-highest start percentage in his career (also
    98.7 percent, 2015 Week 1).J.J. Nelson, WR, Arizona Cardinals: All it took was
    two touches -- one run and one catch -- for Nelson to manage 17 fantasy points,
    tied for the lead among wide receivers during the 1 p.m. ET block. It was his
    third double-digit fantasy point total in his past six games, though in each of
    his previous two, he got there on no more than two touches (he had one in Week
    13). Nelsons limited usage provides an easy explanation for why he was started
    in only 0.43 percent of ESPN leagues.Ryan Tannehill, QB, Miami Dolphins?and
    Trevor Siemian, QB, Denver Broncos: In a most unusual development, Tannehill and
    Siemian tied for the highest fantasy point total among quarterbacks during the 1
    p.m. ET games, with 17 apiece, marking the first time since 2014 Week 12 that no
    quarterback reached the 20-point fantasy plateau during that time block (in
    fact, at least two quarterbacks did it during the 1 p.m. ET block in every
    previous week). Were you one of the few owners who started Tannehill (17.9
    percent of ESPN leagues) or Siemian (1.3 percent)?DeSean Jackson, WR, Washington
    Redskins: For the third time in his past four games, Jackson managed
    double-digit fantasy points, his 16 finishing one shy of the lead during the 1
    p.m. ET block. But dont whip out the revenge argument as to why he found success
    so simple against his former team, the Philadelphia Eagles: Jackson has had
    three double-digit fantasy point totals in five games against his former team,
    but he has also averaged 10.8 in those five, which is hardly enough to call a
    clear trend.Zach Ertz, TE, Eagles: Though his 11 fantasy points hardly set any
    records, nor even pushed for the positional lead in Week 14, that Ertz managed
    10 receptions in the game, tops at the position (through Sundays games), was
    significant. It resulted in 21 fantasy points using PPR scoring, giving him
    back-to-back games with at least 20 in that format. He joined Greg Olsen (Weeks
    4-5) as the only tight ends to accomplish that feat this season.Atlanta Falcons
    defense/special teams: No defense enjoyed a better day than the Falcons, whose
    26 fantasy points not only topped the position in Week 14 (through Sundays
    games), but were the second-best performance by any D/ST in 2016 (Kansas City
    Chiefs, 32, Week 3). Their owners were ready for this one, though, starting the
    Falcons in 48.3 percent of ESPN leagues, eighth-most at the position. It was the
    defenses highest start percentage of 2016 by far; their next-best percentage was
    13.5 in Week 4 at the Tampa Bay Buccaneers.Bilal Powell, RB, New York Jets: A
    Jets running back did capitalize upon the favorable matchup against the San
    Francisco 49ers, but it was Powell, not Forte (knee), who was forced from the
    game in the first quarter due to injury. Powell, started in only 7.4 percent of
    ESPN leagues, scored a career-high 29 fantasy points, most of any player during
    the 4 p.m. ET block. It was the eighth time this season that a running back
    managed at least 20 fantasy points against the 49ers.Carlos Hyde, RB, 49ers:
    Powell wasnt the only star running back in the Jets-49ers game, as Hyde scored
    25 fantasy points of his own, second-most at the position during the 4 p.m. ET
    block. It was Hydes second-most fantasy points in a game in his career (29, 2015
    Week 1), and it was also only the second-best individual score by any running
    back against the Jets this season (David Johnson, 31, Week 6).Taylor Gabriel,
    WR, Falcons: With Julio Jones (toe) inactive, Gabriel took on a larger role on
    Sunday, and those fantasy owners who were attentive enough to start him when the
    news broke shortly after 2 p.m. ET were rewarded with a 14-point effort. Gabriel
    was started in only 31.8 percent of ESPN leagues, but that rose by more than
    eight percent between 1 and 4 p.m. ET, and it increased by more than 20 percent
    between Thursday and Sunday. For Gabriel, it was his fifth double-digit
    performance in his past six games, and his 77 fantasy points during that time
    span (since Week 8) are sixth-best among wide receivers.Matt Ryan, QB, Falcons:
    It was Gabriels 64-yard reception in the third quarter that helped Ryan push
    past the 20-point fantasy threshold, his 21 tying for the position lead (through
    Sundays games). That gave Ryan seven games with at least 20 fantasy points, and
    it put him on pace for a career-high 329 fantasy points.LosersBen
    Roethlisberger, QB, Steelers: Remarkably, while Roethlisbergers teammate Bell
    dominated the fantasy scoreboard, Roethlisberger himself could muster only two
    fantasy points in a game played in the snow. It was extremely inopportune
    timing; he was started in 69.1 percent of ESPN leagues, fourth-most among
    quarterbacks, making it every bit as likely that Roethlisberger cost his owners
    a fantasy playoff matchup, while Bell helped his owners win theirs. For
    Roethlisberger, it was his worst fantasy point total since 2008 Week 17 (also
    2).Fantasy owners of key players lost early to injury: Melvin Gordon (hip),
    third among running backs in fantasy points entering Week 14 (199), Matt Forte
    (knee), facing a San Francisco 49ers defense that entered the week allowing the
    most fantasy points per game to running backs (25.5) and Donte Moncrief
    (hamstring), who had 48 fantasy points in his previous five games entering the
    week, were all lost for significant chunks of Sundays games, resulting in zero
    fantasy points apiece.Gordons 97.5 start percentage in ESPN leagues was
    fifth-highest among running backs, while Fortes 94.8 percent was
    seventh-highest.Larry Fitzgerald, WR, Cardinals: He scored just one fantasy
    point on his nine targets, though much of the blame can be placed upon his
    quarterback, Carson Palmer, who actually had a negative fantasy point total
    until late in the game. Unfortunately, it was a costly stinker for the veteran
    wide receiver, whose 92.1 start percentage in ESPN leagues was eighth-highest at
    the position.Marcus Mariota, QB, Tennessee Titans: Most fantasy owners saw a
    mediocre performance coming -- he was started in just 12.9 percent of ESPN
    leagues, ranking 19th among quarterbacks -- but those owners who rode Mariota
    into their leagues playoffs and relied on him nevertheless (remember:
    two-quarterback leagues!) absorbed his fourth-worst fantasy point total in
    his 25 career games to date. It snapped a streak of four consecutive 20-point
    performances, and might well drop him in the seasonal scoring at his position
    from fourth to as low as seventh.Jay Ajayi, RB, Dolphins: His five fantasy
    points were his fewest in any of his nine starts since taking over the starting
    role entering Week 5, giving him a fourth single-digit performance in his past
    five games. Most discouraging was the fact that Ajayis 21 touches, hinting that
    the Dolphins arent necessarily lightening his workload, were his most since Week
    9, but he managed just 63 total yards with them.Terrelle Pryor Sr., WR,
    Cleveland Browns: Until Sunday, Pryor hadnt been shut out on the fantasy
    scorecard all season, but he dropped a doughnut in the box scores of his owners,
    who started him in 55.9 percent of ESPN leagues. Strangely, Robert Griffin III
    and the Browns scarcely passed, attempting only 28 throws, despite playing the
    near-entirety of the game from behind. Most disconcerting was the fact that
    Pryor managed just three targets to Corey Colemans 11.Philip Rivers, QB, San
    Diego Chargers: For the first time all season, Rivers was held to single-digit
    fantasy points, his seven points representing his worst score since 2015 Week 13
    . He was the 12th-most-started quarterback in ESPN leagues (44.0 percent).
    Incidentally, it represented the sixth consecutive game in which the Carolina
    Panthers limited an opposing quarterback to 17 fantasy points or fewer. Theyre
    giving up an average of just 12.8 during that time, after they had allowed four
    games of 20-plus fantasy points to an opposing quarterback in their first seven
    contests.Jordan Reed, TE, Redskins: His production was understandably down due
    to a shoulder injury that had him questionable for Sundays game, but Reeds one
    fantasy point on as many targets was especially disappointing because hes
    typically known for volume. It resulted in a one-point score in PPR formats,
    matching the worst output of his four-year, 44-game NFL career (2014 Week 1, a
    game he exited early due to a hamstring injury). Some of Reeds fantasy owners
    took a conservative approach with him and benched him knowing hed be limited,
    but unfortunately he still resided in active lineups in 68.3 percent of ESPN
    leagues.Devontae Booker, RB, Broncos: Though Booker wasnt started in a
    significant number of leagues -- his 33.3 start percentage in ESPN leagues
    ranked outside the top 20 running backs -- his one-point fantasy score cast some
    serious doubt on his utility in the final three weeks of the season. He managed
    just five touches, trailing Justin Forsetts nine (which he accrued despite
    losing a fumble early in the game), and per Pro Football Focus Nathan Jahnke
    played only three more snaps (29) than Forsett (26).DeAndre Hopkins, WR, Houston
    Texans: For the ninth time in his 13 games this season, Hopkins was held to
    single-digit fantasy points, his three representing his worst score since he had
    the same amount in Week 7 (facing a much, much tougher matchup in the Denver
    Broncos). Hopkins now has 37 fantasy points in his past seven games
    combined.Drew Brees, QB, New Orleans Saints: In Week 14, no quarterback was more
    heavily started than Brees, who was active in 92.3 percent of ESPN leagues. It
    was a huge vote of confidence in a quarterback who disappointed with seven
    fantasy points in Week 13, facing a favorable matchup on paper, but he followed
    it up with another stinker. Brees four fantasy points were his fewest in a game
    since 2012 Week 13 (3), and they gave him consecutive single-digit scores for
    the first time since 2009 Weeks 3-4 (4 and 7).Russell Wilson, QB, Seattle
    Seahawks: He set a new career high with five interceptions on Sunday, resulting
    in a four-point fantasy score that was his worst since 2012 Week 7 (3), during
    his rookie season. It was only the fourth time in his 45 games played since the
    beginning of the 2014 season that he was held to single-digits, and it came at
    an extremely poor time, considering he was active in 53.0 percent of ESPN
    leagues, ninth-most among quarterbacks.Jimmy Graham, TE, Seahawks: With Wilson
    struggling, Graham predictably underperformed as well, scoring only one fantasy
    point on his four targets. Graham was the most-started tight end in ESPN leagues
    in Week 14, active in 91.0 percent, but he matched his season low for fantasy
    points (Week 1, his first game back following surgery to repair a torn patellar
    tendon).Devonta Freeman, RB, Falcons: There are few things more frustrating to
    fantasy owners than seeing your players team scoring 42 points, only to open the
    box score and discover that your player, one started in 95.2 percent of ESPN
    leagues (sixth-most among running backs), managed just one fantasy point. That
    was Freemans output on Sunday, and while he wasnt necessarily needed for much of
    the contest, as the Falcons took an insurmountable lead early, it still
    represented his worst performance in 26 games since he took over as the teams
    starter in 2015 Week 3. Worse yet: Tevin Coleman, Freemans partner in the
    backfield, managed 16 fantasy points of his own.Dez Bryant, WR, Dallas Cowboys:
    The fifth most-started wide receiver of Week 14 (96.3 percent of ESPN leagues),
    Bryant scored minus-1 fantasy points on Sunday night, his worst single-game
    score in 94 career NFL contests. He managed nine targets in this one, so in two
    games against the rival New York Giants this season he totaled minus-1 fantasy
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