Fantasy Football Playoffs; Start 'Em, Sit 'Em for Week 14

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Dec 1, 2013; Indianapolis, IN, USA; Tennessee Titans running back Chris Johnson (28) runs with the ball against Indianapolis Colts nose tackle Josh Chapman (96) at Lucas Oil Stadium. Indianapolis defeats Tennessee 22-14. Mandatory Credit: Brian Spurlock-USA TODAY Sports

 

Tennessee Titan running back Chris Johnson

Johnson once gain started out the year about as poorly as a RB could perform, but once the bye week came, we’ve started to see glimpses of the CJ2K of old:

REGULAR SEASON GAMES RUSHING RECEIVING
WK

Opp

Result

Att

Yds

Avg

Lng

TD

Rec

Yds

Avg

Lng

TD

8

BYE WEEK

9

 @ STL

W   28-21

23

150

6.5

24

2

3

20

6.7

10

0

10

 JAC

L   27-29

12

30

2.5

6

0

5

43

8.6

18

0

11

 IND

L   27-30

17

86

5.1

30T

2

1

-2

-2.0

-2

0

12

 @ OAK

W   23-19

20

73

3.7

12

0

3

8

2.7

3

0

13

 @ IND

L   14-22

18

69

3.8

9

0

6

32

5.3

11

1

Even his worst rushing performance (Week 10 vs Jags) saw him catch five passes for 43 yards and put up a descent game. His numbers certainly don’t jump off the stat sheet, but if you used a high draft pick on him, then he’s probably still one of the best backs on your roster.

This week at Denver will likely see him put up close to 100 all-purpose yards and one score. The Broncos have allowed 100.2 ypg and a rushing TD in 10 of their 12 games.

Don’t count on Johnson to carry your team this week, but he’s not going to hurt it either, and at this point, he’s a safe as a 10-15 point player as you’re going to find.

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