If you were lucky enough to make the fantasy playoffs, now is the time to get some high-performers out there. Here is who you should play from this game.
The Colts play a must-win game against Tampa Bay on Sunday afternoon. But it’s also a must-win for you in your fantasy league. It’s the playoffs, and I happened to make them this year. I have quite a few players in this game myself. Here’s who I think you should start.
For the Colts, there aren’t a lot of options. Most of the playmakers are hurt, so they can’t get you points. Jack Doyle is really the only guy worth a start. He scored a touchdown last week, so that helped his value. He should continue to get a lot of targets as well, so that helps in PPR leagues.
Jacoby Brissett should be started in emergencies only. Even though he threw for over 300 yards last week, his turnovers have been higher than his touchdown production. There are better options out there to play. Only start him if you have to.
For the Buccaneers, Jameis Winston is a decent start. I am actually starting him myself this week. He throws for a lot of yards and usually at least two touchdowns. That makes up for the amount of interceptions he throws points wise. He could do well this week.
Same with Chris Godwin. Godwin seems to be getting the targets and touchdowns that Mike Evans used to get. Godwin is a smart play this week against a secondary that has given up some big plays in the last few weeks. Sit Evans though, because he is too inconsistent.
Hopefully this advice helps you move on in your fantasy playoffs!