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[Fantasy] Week 17: Justin Fields hero of your final?

It’s the return of the Fantasy section on DNA of Sports, every Saturday find our tips, our favorites, and the pitfalls to avoid.

Finals week, 16 weeks of intense and addictive matches, but here you are. Now it’s a matter of not ruining all your successes with a bad last-minute choice.


Sure value: Justin Fields. Hit in the foot and the shoulder, his situation is to be watched, but if he is aligned, Fields should collect the points this week. Faced with the last fantasy defense against the quarterbacks, he will be able to accumulate yards in the air and of course on the ground. What give you the advantage in your matchup.

Bet: Brock Purdy. With a minimum of 18 points in each of his appearances, Mr Irrelevant casually established himself as a viable solution to the position. Faced with Raiders who have found a way to create a new crisis and whose defense is still as permissive, the rookie could lose your good surprise.

Avoid: Geno Smith. Beyond his slowdown in recent weeks, Smith plays a more than solid air defense carried by the formidable rookie Sauce Gardner. Aligning him in the final would be an insane risk.

Running back

Sure value: Cam Akers. Unthinkable 2 months ago, Cam Akers is indeed the leader of the Rams attack. With all the injuries, the rider had his chance, and he didn’t disappoint. Huge last week, some managers who left him on the bench are still biting their fingers. Facing the neighbors of the Chargers and his usual deficiencies on the ground, the former FSU should once again be a basic man in your line up.

The bet: Tyler Allgeier. Faced with a defense that has conceded at least 17 points to the runners in the last 5 games, the new backfield leader of the Falcons could experience another good evening.

Avoid: Najee Harris. The hot and especially the cold, here is a concise summary of Harris’ season. When it comes to facing the Ravens, it’s best to avoid taking too many risks by picking another runner if you can.


The safe bet: Garrett Wilson. With Mike White in charge of the attack, the rookie shines. 21 points on average during the 3 tenure of the quarterback. This one back to business, Wilson should again come out with some nice statistical lines.

The bet: David Moore. We continue to believe in Moore. If he’d had Darnold as a quarterback all season, he probably would have had a much better run. He scored a touchdown in his 3 last matches and reached the minimum 18 points.

Avoid: Davante Adams. Unthinkable to put the best receiver in the league in this category. And yet. Derek Carr on the bench, the receiver is likely not to have his usual performance. In addition to being probably sulky, the former Packer will also have to play with a quarterback who has never shown anything.

The Griz’League

Thunderbolt on the Griz’League. The two best of the regular season and favorite for the title have fallen. Tiffany and Antoine fell against the surging Romain and Victor. The seeds 5 and 6 long in the soft underbelly of the classification will finally compete for the trophy this weekend. Romain winner of the 1st edition in 2021 and Victor winner of the 2019 TDA league, the poster is a surprise but nevertheless attractive.

In the “losers” table, Grégory continues his final comeback. Last all season, he plays 7th place against Marc after another victory in the classification match.

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