Football fans can expect a full 15-match roster on the first Sunday of 2021. It’s a bittersweet feeling because the action has to be high octane, with consequences for the playoff, but it also marks the end of the regular season. Of course 2020 has been the most difficult and bizarre season ever. I hope it was a fun and enjoyable time for all fantasy football fans. Good luck this weekend and have fun in week 17.

Quarterback

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Locking : Russell Wilson (FD: $7.5K/DK: $7.3K) – The Seahawks are still in position for the top position in the NFC, so they will do everything in their power to win. It all starts with Wilson, who had a very successful season. At the first meeting between these two teams this season, Wilson delivered an excellent performance. This weekend should be no different, because the 49ers are resting and playing for nothing. Wilson expects to score about 300 yards and three touchdowns.

Value: John Wolford (FD: 6.5K/DK: 4.9K) – It is a high-risk, high-reward game. The Rams are still fighting for a play-off spot and are missing two key players, Cooper Kupp and Jared Goff. Then, but in this case, no one knows what to expect from a sophomore pro. And another quick update: Wolford was a starter at Wake Forest and AAF leader for four years for the past 2019 touchdowns. It shows that he has experience and that he can surprise the viewers of week 17. Woolford’s last line should be about 200 metres, with two touchdowns and 30 metres on the ground.

Reverse

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Locking : Jonathan Taylor (FD:8.4K/DK:7.4K) – It’s pretty easy to explain: The Colts take on the Jaguars, who already have the top overall pick of the 2021 NFL Entry Draft in their pockets. Now Jacksonville just wants to end the season. Their hasty defense is one of the worst in the league this season, and Taylor begins to fall as the Colts continue to fight for a play-off spot. Taylor’s production will be an integral part of Indianapolis’ success, so expect him to rush for 110 yards and a touchdown in this game.

Value: Ezekiel Elliott (FD:$6.5K/DK:$6.4K) – Did the Cowboys get it? This seems to be the case at the end of the season, which is not over yet. They still have a chance to qualify for the play-offs and will depend heavily on their returning star leading them to that goal. Elliott has struggled most of the season, but last week he seemed to step aside. He will now face a Giants defense that will be the last in the league against the running backs. Zeke will move to the end zone this weekend with a total of about 120 meters.

Wide receiver

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Locking : Justin Jefferson (FD:8.0K/DK:7.6K) – His incredible newcomer season is coming to an end, and it ends with the best game he could have asked for: the Detroit Lions. As a unit, the Lions are one of the worst defenses in the NFL all season. Jefferson was quiet in the first meeting between the two teams, but he has since intensified his game and seen his workload increase. It is expected that this trend will continue this weekend in a game that makes little sense. Expect Jefferson to throw over 100 yards and score a touchdown in this NFC North duel.

Value: From Jefferson Jr. (FD:4.6K/DK:3.0K) – With the release of Cooper Coop this week, Van Jefferson is the next guy to run for the Rams. The cardinals will focus even more on Robert Woods and Josh Reynolds in this confrontation. So Wolford will have to find someone he trusts. This reliable target could be Jefferson, because the two have worked together a lot this season. The value will be easy to obtain in this game and the property must be low.

Tight side

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Locking : George Kittle (FD: $6.8K/DK: $6.0K) – There will also be enough for the star end of the 49ers this week, and he will face a Seahawks defense struggling to pass. San Francisco has fought with injuries all season and this week is no different. Yeah, Kittle’s back, but they’re being robbed of their two top wide receivers. He should still do most of the work. Lock him up and watch the value of this coin rise.

Value: Jonnu Smith (FD: 5.3K/DK: 3.8K) – Do you want to know another defense that leads the competition against the passers-by? Yeah, a Texan. The Titans are still fighting for their lives in qualifying, and the Texans are trying to prove they’re getting better. The quality of the game by Corey Davis and A.J. Brown continues to give Smith the chance to show how good he is. Expect about 60 meters and a touchdown in this game.

#CrackUm player of the week

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Donald Parham Jr. (FD:4.2K/DK:2.9K) – Changers are in a similar situation as last weekend, without Keenan Allen and Hunter Henry. This is a good sign for the former XFL team. Parem Jr.’s grades went up with those two last week, and it should still be the case on week 17. His team faces the Chiefs, who are already assured of a top position in the AFC and have nothing left to play for. The Chargers have just come out of a playoff series and are playing to show that they are in their own league. Parham Jr. will benefit most from this scenario, because his size and skills make him an ideal target for any quarterback. He gets good results on the targets he sees, with an average of 17 meters per shot. The best sign is the number of times he was on the field last week, and that should continue until the end of the season. It will be the best game of his career, so expect him to come out with an 80-yard strike and a touchdown.

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