S.S. Streamboat week 12 edition


Somehow week 12 is already here and week 11 proved to be the king of streamers. In PPR scoring 17 out of the top 36 players (RB/WR/TE) were owned in less than 60% of yahoo leagues. I don’t see that happening again but here are some streamers that could really impact your teams this week and potentially rest of season.

All players are owned in less than 60% of Yahoo leagues

QB

Derek Carr, Las Vegas Raiders (36% owned)

@ Atlanta Falcons

Derek Carr just hung 275 and three touchdowns against Kansas City and now he gets a mouth-watering matchup against the Atlanta Falcons. Vegas has not taken their foot off the gas over the last three weeks scoring at least 31 points against the Chargers, Broncos and Chiefs. going across country against Atlanta I expect the passing game to be more effective than the run in this matchup.

RB

Wayne Gallman, New York Giants (54% owned)

@ Cincinnati Bengals

Wayne Gallman still is not owned in enough leagues. He gets at least one more chance at a full workload against the Cincinnati Bengals who just got torched by the Washington football team for over 160 yards on the ground. I think the Giants are going to keep putting pressure on the Bengals especially when their offense is depleted now without burrow. Gallman has five touchdowns in his last four games and even though the Bengals don’t allow many rushing touchdowns I think he has a good shot at finding the endzone this week.

WR

Michael Pittman JR, Indianapolis Colts (44% owned)

VS. Tennessee Titans

Michael Pittman had his breakout game two weeks ago against the Tennessee Titans with seven catches for 101 yards. He had a nice touchdown last week against a solid Green Bay defense and I think he has a good opportunity for the end zone this week. Both of these teams have been in 50 plus game matchups each of the last 2 weeks, look for some points.

TE

Logan Thomas, Washington Football Team (54% owned)

@ Dallas Cowboys

Logan Thomas has a chance to earn himself more attention this week in the national spotlight against the Cowboys. They allow the most passing scores this season and he had four catches for 60 yards and a touchdown in week 7 against them. Alex Smith wasn’t needed much last week but threw for at least 325 yards in the two games prior and even though both teams have three wins they are still battling for a division crown.

Bon Voyage!

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