Baker Mayfield CLE Rostered: 48%
In most competitive leagues, Mayfield will not be an option. He has the potential to be one of the top quarterbacks in week 16 though. The Browns are playing winning football for the first time in years and Mayfield is a big reason. His fantasy points have been lower recently against some strong defenses. This week he gets the already-quit Bengals and should feast.
Josh Allen Buf Rostered: 31%
The Bills rookie quarterback has been a fantasy sensation for the last month. All signs point to a good game against a mediocre Patriots defense. My only concern here is the Belichick tends to eat young quarterbacks for breakfast. The dual threat ability of Allen makes me think that he should still have a productive game. Just be aware that his floor may be a bit lower than usual.
Jamaal Williams GB Rostered: 12%
I was foolishly high on Williams in the preseason, and he quickly proved me wrong. Now he looks like he may be the Packers main healthy weapon in the running game. This is the scenario that made him successful for part of 2017. Green Bay is just playing out the string and grinding games out with Williams may make the most sense at this point. He is a good play for championship week.
Kalen Ballage MIA Rostered: 0.5%
Speaking of guys that I was high on this year, Ballage finally made an appearance as well. After Frank Gore went down with an injury, the rookie back carried the load and stacked up fantasy points. He ended up with 123 yards and a score, although most of that came on a 75 yard touchdown run. Since Adam Gase hates Kenyan Drake, look for Ballage to be used a fair amount again in week 16.
Maybe A Reach
Wendell Smallwood PHI Rostered: 10%
It has been a tough year for the Eagles offense and things are not getting better. Impressive rookie Josh Adams has been dinged up repeatedly, leaving the door open for Wendell Smallwood in mop up duty. He did not pile up yardage, but managed to sneak into the end zone twice. For a team scrambling for points, it is likely that Smallwood gets some more action in a hot-hand scenario.
Mike Williams LAC Rostered: 29%
This pick is largely dependent on the health of Keenan Allen. If the Chargers number one receiver cannot go, Mike Williams becomes a very interesting play. If Allen is feeling healthy, then Williams is a touchdown dependent flex play.
Robert Foster BUF Rostered: 3%
The Bills offense is ramping up ever so slightly with the exciting rookie Josh Allen at the helm. It looked like Allen's go to guy might be Zay Jones, but that was not the case. Foster is the breakout receiver to own. He has scored double digit fantasy points in three out of his last four games. Grab this guy and enjoy the target barrage.
Is He Back?
Robby Anderson NYJ Rostered: 18%
After a disappointing year, the Jets former number one receiver is back on the fantasy radar. He has put together back to back impressive showings, scoring twice while putting up 172 yards over those two games. Sam Darnold has finally realized who his most talented receiver is and that means good things going forward.
Chris Herndon NYJ Rostered: 13%
This is a guy that is gold in dynasty leagues, but has some value to redraft players as well. There is not much to be found from tight ends, period. Among the wasteland, Herndon is one of the most talented options however. He has as good a chance as anyone to score and sees a good percentage of targets on a weekly basis.
Gerald Everett LAR Rostered: 7%
This one is a shot in the dark based on being part of a good offense. Among the lightly owned tight ends, Everett is one of the best options as he has gone off for good totals twice.
Be sure to check out the weekly positional rankings tomorrow and good luck in the championship game. Follow me on Twitter for some extras:@brendancole16.