Week 12:PPR Fantasy Sleepers

By Ricky Davis
Nov. 24, 2017

QB Tyrod Taylor:Buffalo Bills

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Tommy Gilligan-USA TODAY Sports

Tyrod Taylor starts off our list of sleepers for week 12. He was benched going into week 11 for Nathan Peterman and as we all saw that was a mistake. Peterman threw 5 interceptions in the first half vs. the Chargers. Taylor came in the 2nd half and put up respectable numbers he ended up with 17 points. This week Taylor goes against the Kansas City Chiefs and lately the Chiefs have been generous to opposing QB's as they have been avg. 18 points a game. So if you are looking for DFS QB or season long option Taylor has quite a few favorable match-ups the rest of the season as he plays the Patriots twice as well as the Colts and Miami twice.

RB Jamaal Williams: Green Bay Packers

After injuries to Aaron Jones and Ty Montgomery it left Jamaal Williams as the starter. Williams ran the ball 18 times for 57 yards vs. the Ravens and caught 6 passes for another 38 yards. Just in the volume alone he is a solid play this week vs the Steelers. They are giving up 21.2 fantasy points a game to RBs and with the volume that Williams get this puts him in line for a solid fantasy week.All of this however hinges on the health of fellow RB Ty Montgomery. So keep an eye out and see if Williams will be the starter this week and if so don't be afraid to lock him in your lineup.

WR Dede Westbrook: Jacksonville Jaguars

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Brett Davis-USA TODAY Sports

If you are needing some help at WR this week look no further than Dede Westbrook vs the Cardinals who are giving up 35.4 points a game to wideouts. Westbrook had his first regular season game last week after being injuried in preseason. In his first game he only put up 3 catches for 35 yards but look for Westbrook to break out this week. Marquise Lee may not play this week for the Jags which could open up more snaps for Westbrook and even if Lee plays he could be locked down by shutdown corner Patrick Peterson. This could help Westbrook have his first breakout game of the season.