Week 14 Fantasy Blog

It’s Week 14 and that means it’s the first round of playoffs for many of us and must-win matchups to advance. If you don’t have the opportunity to watch the games this Sunday, don’t worry. I’ve got you covered with the big plays, touchdowns, turnovers, and all the action across the 1:00 and 4:00 pm EST slate of games.

Good luck in Week 14!

Inactives

Leonard Fournette

D.J. Moore

David Johnson

Myles Gaskin

Salvon Ahmed

Matt Breida

Alexander Mattison

Kenny Golladay

Denzel Mims

Julio Jones

Antonio Gibson

Christian McCaffrey

Brandin Cooks

Kyle Rudolph

4:00 PM EST Schedule

Jets – Seahawks

Colts – Raiders

Falcons – Chargers

Washington – 49ers

Saints – Eagles

Packers – Lions

INJURY UPDATE: WR Deebo Samuel is out already with a suspected injured hamstring. His return is questionable.

(4:40) This should come as no surprise as QB Justin Herbert found WR Keenan Allen to get the Chargers on the board against the Falcons.

(4:37) The Raiders open up their scoring to Foster Moreau for a touchdown against the Colts. They are down 7-10.

(4:32) Wilson threw an interception in the end zone intended for Metcalf.

TE T.J. Hockenson scored for the Lions in a division rivalry against the Packers.

(4:30) T.Y. Hilton continues his resurgence into fantasy relevance with a touchdown. This is Hilton’s third touchdown in three straight games.

(4:19) Is it time for Russ to start cooking again? He connected with Freddie Swain for a Seahawks touchdown. Sorry, it wasn’t D.K. Metcalf or Tyler Lockett.

(4:14) Jets start their game against the Seahawks with a field goal as do the Colts against the Raiders.

1:00 PM EST Final Scores

Broncos 32 – Panthers 27

Vikings 14 – Buccaneers 26

Chiefs 33 – Dolphins 27

Cardinals 26 – Giants 7

Titans 31 – Jaguars 10

Cowboys 30 – Bengals 7

Texans 7 – Bears 36

(4:15) K Jason Sanders’ kick is good but that only brings their total to 27 to the Chiefs’ 33 lead with 20 seconds left on the clock. The Chiefs have this game in hand.

Story continues

(4:08) Dolphins are punishing the Chiefs’ run game but K Harrison Butker’s kick is good and added three more for the Chiefs. They lead 33-24.

(3:55) Tagovailoa took it in himself for a Dolphins touchdown to trail only six 24-30 to the Chiefs with just over four minutes left.

(3:50) The Panthers strike right back with a touchdown for RB Mike Davis. The Panthers still trail 32-27.

INJURY UPDATE: Dolphins TE Mike Gesicki is headed to the locker room.

(3:47) Holy cow, Lock delivered a 49-yard touchdown bomb to K.J. Hamler for his second touchdown of the game.

(3:45) RB Tony Pollard scored a receiving touchdown for the Cowboys while Ezekiel Elliott continues to struggle for the Cowboys.

(3:37) Bridgewater is fighting to get his Panthers back in this game against the Broncos down 25-17. They had to settle for a field goal and trail 20-25 with just under five minutes.

(3:35) TE Gesicki adds another touchdown on his day after Mahomes’ turnover.

(3:31) This hurts fantasy managers, but Mahomes was picked off for a third time with an amazing “You got Mossed” grab by Xavien Howard.

(3:27) Cousins is getting punished in the red zone and they try another field goal after Dan Bailey has missed two field goals and an extra point. You guessed it. He missed this one, as well. That’s 10 points he has left on the field.

(3:21) Panthers QB Teddy Bridgewater took it in himself for a 7-yard rushing touchdown.

(3:15) Watson’s touchdown was taken off the board after the touchdown was reversed on third and goal. Watson is down on the field after an incomplete pass and it doesn’t look good. Backup QB A.J. McCarron is on the field.

(3:11) TE Jordan Aikens completely missed a touchdown reception wide open in the end zone. The sun was the likely culprit, but it was a bad drop. Deshaun Watson took it in himself for a Texans touchdown but the play is under review. Watson may have been down before breaking the plane.

(3:08) Fumagalli’s touchdown was taken off the board after review, but Tim Patrick finished the job and scored for the Broncos.

Ok, tight ends continue… Vikings Irv Smith scored a touchdown as the Vikings go for two, which is successful to Justin Jefferson.

Tagovailoa was sacked in the end zone and the Chiefs have a safety. They now lead 30-10 over the Dolphins.

(3:05) TE Troy Fumagalli had some beastly YAC yards and scored a TD for the Broncos. If only Noah Fant was in the game…. that is two touchdowns for the TE position.

Speaking of tight ends, Jaguars Tyler Eifert got them into position for WR Keelan Cole to score the touchdown.

Miami recovered after Hardman fumbled.

(3:02) Golden Tate came down with a big grab for the Giants to set them up inside the red zone, but it’s Dion Lewis with the touchdown instead of Wayne Gallman.

(2:56) Kenyan Drake finally found the end zone with a short touchdown. The Titans are in a solid of 31-3 over the Jaguars. Jacksonville put in Gardner Minshew over Mike Glennon.

Joey Slye added three for the Panthers. They trail the Broncos 19-10.

Bears kicked a field goal for a 33-7 lead over the Texans. I take back everything I said about the Bears having no offense. Wow. QB Mitchell Trubuisky is currently the QB1 for the day with three touchdown passes.

(2:54) Another touchdown for Derrick Henry!

(2:51) The Chiefs are turning on the burners. Mecole Hardman returned a 67-yard punt return for a touchdown.

INJURY UPDATE: A.J. Brown is back in the game.

(2:46) K.J. Hamler scored a 37-yard touchdown from Drew Lock. Brandon McManus missed the extra point (there was also had a missed extra point in Tampa after a Rob Gronkowski touchdown).

Tyreek Hill found the end zone for the Chiefs on a 44-yard touchdown.

(2:43) Derrick Henry busted off a 47-yard run to set up the Titans in the red zone but the touchdown went to TE Geoff Swaim… not Jonnu Smith or Henry.

INJURY UPDATE: A.J. Brown is slow to get up and is questionable to return.

(2:33) Bears WR Allen Robinson is on the board with a short touchdown. The Bears have a commanding lead over the Texans 30-7 after an earlier touchdown by WR Darnell Mooney stands.

(2:27) With time at zeros before the half, Tom Brady threw a hail Mary and was nearly picked off but a defensive pass interference puts the ball on the one-yard line. Instead of trying for a touchdown, they elect to kick it to tack o three more points to lead 17-6.

(2:22) TE Travis Kelce scored a 6-yard touchdown for the Chiefs against the Dolphins.

(2:17) Titans RB Derrick Henry finally scored a 36-yard touchdown. He is over 120 yards so far today.

(2:13) Dolphins QB Tua Tagovailoa was picked off.

Drew Lock threw a touchdown pass to TE Nick Vannett… which should have been Noah Fant but he’s currently questionable to return.

Buccaneers at another touchdown to their lead with a touchdown from RB Ronald Jones.

(2:11) Touchdown for A.J. Green. Yay. If it was 2017, I might be happy about that. As it’s 2020, I shouldn’t be surprised.

INJURY ALERT: Broncos TE Noah Fant is questionable to return with an illness.

(2:02) I am very sorry if you started K Dan Bailey. He missed his second field-goal after also missing an extra point.

SAFETY for the Bears!

TE Dan Arnold is back with another touchdown for the Cardinals.

(1:51) Houston’s RB Duke Johnson, in for the inactive David Johnson, caught a 48-yard reception. QB Deshaun Watson followed the play up with a touchdown pass to WR Keke Coutee who is the de facto WR1 with no Will Fuller or Brandin Cooks.

Scotty Miller scored a touchdown for the Buccaneers because we all actually need Chris Godwin or Mike Evans to score.

A no-huddle on fourth down for the Titans forced RB Jeremy McNichols to try and go for it since RB Derrick Henry was not in the previous play. Needless to say, they didn’t make it.

Bronco’s QB Drew Lock was sacked and the Panthers’ Jeremy Chinn recovered. That is the Broncos’ 29th giveaway this season, which is the most in the NFL. RB Mike Davis rushed in the touchdown for the Panthers.

Cardinals kicked a field goal (Nugent’s second on the day) and QB Kyler Murray looked a little shaken up after that drive.

(1:43) Of course, TE Jimmy Graham scored a touchdown for the Bears after being silent the past several weeks.

Dan Bailey missed a field goal for the Vikings but Jason Sanders made his field goal for the Dolphins.

(1:36) Dolphins DST is stepping up… they intercept Mahomes… again.

(1:31) Vikings drew first blood against the Buccaneers with a touchdown by RB Dalvin Cook. That is the first score and it’s the second quarter.

(1:23) Holy cow, Mahomes, who just threw an interception on their previous drive, was sacked for a loss of THIRTY yards. Wow. That’s a lot.

(1:17) Well, it may be one of those days. We had another turnover, this time by the Bengals and the Cowboys scoop and score.

Duke Johnson also fumbled against the Bears.

Dolphins kicker Jason Sanders missed his field goal after the Chiefs turnover.

But, hey, here is some good news. Mike Nugent, filling in for an injured Zane Gonzalez, made his 34-yard field goal. I had forgotten about that guy. Welcome back to the NFL!

(1:15) Titans WR A.J. Brown scored a 37-yards touchdown against the Jaguars who had a blocked field earlier in the game.

(1:11) My goodness, the turnovers! Patrick Mahomes was picked off by the Dolphins. With their depleted backfield, we’ll keep an eye on their progress.

But, there is some good news! Bears RB David Montgomery just busted off an 80-yard touchdown run. I hope you were able to trade for him before the deadline with these amazing playoff matchups he’s facing.

(1:08) Both teams couldn’t do much with the turnovers. The Cardinals were stuffed at the goal-line and turn it over on downs while the Cowboys settled for a field goal.

(1:06) Oh no. That’s not a great way to start your first game back, Daniel Jones. He was strip-sacked and the Cardinals take over on offense.

And, it’s Giovanni Bernard’s time to shine in the not-so-great limelight as he fumbled. The Cowboys get to take over on offense in Andy Dalton’s revenge game.

Published: 2020-12-13 21:42:00

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