START: Jack Doyle, Indianapolis Colts
Doyle has been a PPR tight end dream. He’s got 71 catches in 2017!
This is second among tight ends, and fifteenth among all NFL players. All of them!
Defenses are ok with this, because well, the Colts aren’t going to beat you with Jack Doyle. They’ll just gain some solid yards and catch totals for your fantasy football championship.
SIT: Lance Kendricks, Green Bay Packers
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Ok, raise your hand if you thought most of the ‘sits’ would come from Green Bay. Yeah, none of you. Here we are though.
Lance Kendricks leads all Packers tight ends in catches, with fourteen. That’s right. We’re entering Week 16 and he has such a low amount of catches I have to spell out his number.
Sit him. I don’t know how else to explain this. If he blows up, then @ me. But I’m not going to feel bad about it. I’m just not.
SLEEPER: Kyle Rudolph, Minnesota Vikings
He’s a sleeper because I don’t have two starters. 55 catches, 523-yards and eight touchdowns.
You aren’t going to lose this weekend because of Rudolph. Nobody on this Vikings offense knows the “Frozen Tundra” better than Rudolph.
Just last year, he brought in six catches for 53-yards in a December game in Lambeau. Not great numbers, but serviceable.