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e corner Kyle Lauletta Color Rush Jersey , which may make it feel like your start/sit decisions are live or die. But remember if you got this far into the season and you’re in the playoff hunt, you’ve been doing something right. Don’t change your process just because you feel like you need some extra help. Go with what got you here in the first place. With that, here’s this week’s start/sit:Running backStart: Alex Collins, Baltimore RavensCollins is probably going to have a new starting quarterback one way or another. So whether it’s Lamar Jackson (please) or Robert Griffin III, there’s going to be an added emphasis on the run game and with a mobile quarterback some read option plays could open up with bigger running lanes. Meanwhile, Cincinnati has given up the third-most fantasy points per game to opposing running backs.Start: Dion Lewis, Tennessee TitansLewis is now the guy in Tennessee. After splitting time with Derrick Henry, the Titans have realized the more meaningful snaps should go to Lewis. He has 10 carries inside the 10-yard line over the past two games after eight in the previous seven games. He also had three carries inside the 10 after four in the previous seven weeks. That doesn’t even count receiving, where he has a touchdown inside the red zone Lewis has been on the field for 84 percent and 75 percent of Tennessee’s offensive snaps over the past two weeks. There should continue to be reliable volume there in a close game in Indianapolis.Sit: T.J. Yeldon, Jacksonville JaguarsLeonard Fournette came back from injury last week and was immediately put back in the Leonard Fournette role. He only played 52 percent of the snaps, but was almost exclusively the rushing offense — 24 of Jacksonville’s 32 non-QB runs. Yeldon only had three carries but did have six targets and 51 yards through the air. That passing game volume is just iffy to commit to, even if the Jaguars should trail often against the Steelers.Sit: Adrian Peterson, WashingtonIf Washington is ahead, Peterson gets all the carries. If Washington is behind, he gets phased out of the offense. That’s basically been Adrian Peterson’s season so far in 2018. He followed up his 26/149 day against the Giants with 9/17 against Atlanta and 19/68 in a slog against Tampa Bay. Houston has a big play offense and a good run defense Alec Ogletree Color Rush Jersey , so Peterson might not get many opportunities this week.Wide receiverStart: John Brown, Baltimore RavensA new quarterback could have worse effects for the receiver than the running backs as mentioned above, but Brown has been so good this season, if that quarterback is going to throw the ball, it’s hard to imagine Brown isn’t going to be the guy who gets targeted. Both Lamar Jackson and Robert Griffin have excellent deep balls, so that shouldn’t cut out Brown’s role in the offense, especially against a defense that has allowed the fourth-most fantasy points per game to wide receivers.Start: Tyler Boyd, Cincinnati BengalsWith A.J. Green out, Boyd is Cincinnati’s top receiver. He only had four targets against New Orleans, but he should be able to be a bigger part of an offense that’s not just throwing to throw in a blowout. Boyd has two games this season with at least 10 targets and those went for 132 and 138 yards, each with a touchdown. In the first meeting with Baltimore earlier this season, Boyd put up six catches for 91 yards and a touchdown.[Sunday morning update: A.J. Green made the trip and will workout pregame, according to Adam Schefter, but his status is still unknown. Whether Green plays or not, Boyd should still be a safe start.]Sit: Nelson Agholor Jonathan Stewart Color Rush Jersey , Philadelphia EaglesAgholor had five catches on seven targets for 83 yards against Dallas, which was still a significant role in Golden Tate’s Eagles debut. But Tate only played on 29 percent of the offensive snaps and it’s likely he’ll continue to see his role increased. That role happens to be similar to Agholor’s in the offense, so unless the Eagles are going to run a super spread offense more often, Tate’s inclusion will probably chip away at Agholor’s opportunity.Sit: Calvin Ridley, Atlanta FalconsAtlanta figuring out how to get Julio Jones in the end zone has been fun for many, but it has cut down on Calvin Ridley’s fantasy output. Ridley had a stretch for Week 2 to Week 4 with four targets and four touchdowns inside the red zone. But Ridley has not seen a target inside the 20 since. Most of his scoring was coming from those red zone opportunities and they just haven’t been there in over a month. He’ll also be up against a Dallas defense that has allowed the fifth-fewest fantasy points per game this season.Tight endStart: Evan Engram, New York GiantsIf Engram was going to have a 2018 breakout game, one against Tampa Bay should be it. The Giants went heavy to Engram when it mattered against San Francisco — four of his five targets were on the final game-winning drive — so that could be a precursor to a larger role against a defense that hasn’t been able to slow tight ends all season. No team has allowed more receiving yards to opposing tight ends than Tampa Bay and only one has allowed more fantasy points per game.Sit: Eric Ebron, Indianapolis ColtsEbron has turned into a touchdown machine, but in order for him to be fantasy relevant, those touchdowns have to come. For the most part, they have, but that might be a different story against a Tennessee defense that has yet to allow a touchdown to an opposing tight end. New York Giants coordinators speak to media once each week. Let’s look at some of the things each coordinator spoke about this week.Defensive coordinator James BettcherThe Giants gave up 510 yards against the Tampa Bay Buccaneers and were still victorious because they created four turnovers, including scoring on one.“The most important stat in the game is the number of turnovers, and that’s been one of the most telling stories to winning percentages is the turnover margin. Also Ray-Ray Armstrong Color Rush Jersey , just defensively, the number of turnovers you create, whether it’s two, there’s a 10-year winning percentage when you create two, there’s a 10-year winning percentage when you create three. Then when you score on defense, there’s a winning percentage, and those things just don’t lie,” Bettcher said. “I don’t think any of us want to give up 500 yards like we did this last week, or give up 50 points, but at the end of the day, creating turnovers, creating field position, getting some fourth down stops, like we did in the game, and finding a way to get the ball into the end zone on defense is important , especially with the way offenses are playing right now.”Offensive coordinator Mike ShulaOn why the team’s offense has gotten better ...“I just think everybody’s getting better. Guys are more comfortable with what they’re doing, guys are more comfortable with the guy next to him and when the play is called, there’s maybe a little less thinking about it, a little more reacting to the defense. That’s our goal each and every week, is not to have our guys thinking. We just want them where they know it so well they’re just reacting to what they’re seeing in front of them and playing fast.”Special teams coordinator Thomas McGaughey On improvement by placekicker Aldrick Rosas ...“I wouldn’t say it was a ton of coaching up, I would say more of maturation. He learned from his mistakes last year. He learned the things he did right, and he learned the things he did wrong. I think just going through that process has made him better. Obviously we know we’re all going to fail our way to success, so he made a lot of mistakes last year, so now he’s just building upon the things that he did well and then learning from the things that he didn’t do so well. It was less coaching, more of maturity. We did some things with him coaching wise, just a few tweaks here or there, but he’s just growing up and getting better every week.”

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