Week 14 Street FA Report

Updated: December 6th 2022

Each week we will recommend a group of players that are owned in less than 75% of RSO leagues that should be rostered. Depending on roster and league sizes not all of these players may be available. For that, we will offer one (1) player that is owned in <25% of leagues as our Sleeper add.


Add of the Week

Tyler Huntley, QB, BAL / Brock Purdy, QB, SF (Owned 24% / 2%)

Week 13: 187 yards, 1 INT, 10 Car/41 yards, 1 TD : 210 yards, 2 TDs, 1 INT, 4 Car/-1 yard

A big week for replacement quarterbacks as not one (1) but two (2) starters left early in week 13 with injuries. Lamar Jackson’s is less serious, expected to take anywhere from 1-3 games, while Jimmy Garoppolo’s is season ending. Their replacements, Tyler Huntley and Brock Purdy, looked serviceable in relief and in superflex leagues are likely the coveted “adds of this week”. If you are making the playoffs, or need help to get in this week, you should be filing most if not all of your remaining salary cap on offers to both in the hopes of adding at least one of them. Between the two (2) I would give a slight edge to Huntley in priority as we have seen more from him in his career and his rushing capabilities favors more fantasy production.

Suggested Bid: 90-100% of remaining salary cap

RB Adds

Travis Homer, RB, SEA (Owned 10%)

Week 13: N/A

We will have to monitor the injury reports this week to see who will be available for the Seahawks at running back in week 14. Kenneth Walker and DeeJay Dallas both went out with injuries leading to special-teamer Tony Jones as the last man standing at the end of last week’s game. Travis Homer was inactive with an illness and would be expected to return to at least his third-down role with a likely expansion in the standard run packages. The Seahawks have not made any further roster moves, as of Tuesday morning, to suggest that they will add any considerable contributors at this time as well. Homer could be in line for a flashpoint game as the de facto RB1 for Seattle. 

Suggested Bid: $6,000,000

WR Add

Quez Watkins, WR, PHI (Owned 26%)

Week 13: 5 Rec/37 yards

In the absence of Dallas Goedert much of the focus has been on Devonta Smith but Quez Watkins has also seen a consistent benefit over the last month. Watkins has averaged 10.5 PPR points in the Eagles’ last four (4) games and the offense has shown to be one of the highest scoring this season. Watkins did leave last week’s game early with a shoulder injury but in a blowout there likely was more precaution to his absence than any significant concern. Monitor his practice status throughout the week but Watkins does offer WR5 upside in deep leagues.

Suggested Bid: $500,000

TE Add

Chigoziem, Okonkwo, TE, TEN (Owned 11%)

Week 13: 4 Rec/68 yards

The Titans have slowly been integrating their tight ends more into the offensive which has led to the increase in production from both Austin Hooper and rookie Chigoziem Okonkwo. Okonkwo, more the “move” tight end to Hooper’s traditional tight end has seen five (5) targets in each of the last two (2) games scoring an average of 8.5 PPR points. For tight ends not named Kelce, scoring 8+ can seem like a fortune and with question marks surrounding the health of fellow rookie Treylon Burks there may be even more targets to go around.

Suggested Bid: $500,000

Sleeper Add (<25%)

Rashid Shaheed, WR, NO (Owned 9%)

Week 13: 4 Rec/75 yards, 1 Car/0 yards

Somewhat under the radar, Rashid Shaheed has become 2022’s poor man DeSean Jackson. The speedy wide receiver has a reception of 30 yards or more in four (4) of the Saints last seven (7) games showcasing that he can take the top off the defense on any play. It may be hard to identify which games Shaheed could potentially score a long touchdown in but the Saints, now in likely what is a lost season, should be evaluating what they have at the position behind rookie Chris Olave. Shaheed finally played over 60 percent of the snaps and it resulted in his highest reception total (4) this season. The Saints are unfortunately on a late bye this week but if you are hanging by the thread at wide receiver in the playoffs Shaheed could be a Hail Mary underdog against the Falcons in week 15.

Suggested Bid: $500,000

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