Watching NFL games on Thanksgiving 2020 is not the only reason to eat more and spend a little less time with family. It is also the 12th Week, which brings a lot of fantastic football results for anyone trying to get into the seasonal league games. That means you need some timely advice on who to start and sit in in three Thursday matches.
Because we have six teams to destroy instead of two typhoons (Update: Destroy four teams), whether we are right about the collection aid that comes with the “mini-Decision” and throw in some series of decisions for the DraftKings demonstration project. To start the ‘we, sit down’ tip for the entire series of Week 12 games, buy it here:
Imaginary Beginning, Session: Texans Vs. ionsêr (12:30 pm ET, CBS)
Texans start and sit down
- Start off: QB Deshaun Watson, WR Will Fuller, WR Brandin Cooks, RB Duke Johnson Jr.
- To sit: K Ka’imi Fairbairn, Texans D / ST
- Sleeper: TE Jordan Akins
Watson is coming out of a monstrous game against the Patriots defense and has consistently produced two of the above wide receptions, and now Houston’s No. 1 finish. 3 (Randall Cobb) and No. 4 (Kenny Stills) were injured, which would be goals for Fuller and Cooks across the field. … Johnson did not appear to be full for David Johnson (defeat), but the ions are the absolute best match for running backwards everywhere. …. Ler also headed to the red zone to go to Fairbairn. … Akins (5-of-6, 83 yards) are on their tight committee in Week 11 and should look more like a nest with Cobb.
Ler starts and sits down
- Start off: RB D’Andre Swift (if it is to be cleaned from the heat), TE TJ Hockenson, QB Matthew Stafford
- To sit: WR Marvin Jones Jr., RB Adrian Peterson, RB Kerryon Johnson, Lions D / ST, K Matt Prater
- Sleeper: WR Danny Amendola (if he returns from a hip injury)
Swift (defeat) entered limited practice on Tuesday, after losing an honorable 11th week match to the Panthers, giving him a chance to play. This match is as spectacular as it gets, so pick it up and pick it up where it left off (at the end) in the 10th week of a spectacular rookie stunt. That said, if she loses the game, it’s hard to believe Peterson or Johnson would have been wrong in Carolina being in a full-fledged place. … Hockenson is arrested every week as TE1. … Stafford must return to pass at least a few garbage stats in the second half. … Jones was captured by the Panthers and will face Bradley Roby’s tough round with Kenny Golladay (hip) to lose another game. … Amendola is better than Marvin Hall for producing more consistent half-point PPR. … Texans are also heading to the red zone to go with the Prater.
Imaginary Beginning, Session: Washington Football Team vs Cowboys (4:30 p.m. ET, Fox)
Washington starts and sits down
- Start off: RB Antonio Gibson, WR Terry McLaurin, RB JD McKissic
- To sit: QB Alex Smith, Washington D / ST, K Dustin Hopkins
- Sleeper: TE Logan Thomas
Gibson’s rookie dance does not make much of a difference, but he has amassed 742 animal yards and eight TDs by 2020 as one of the most enduring imaginary goal scorers. It is ranked as RB2 on a weekly basis. … McKissic will be getting enough work done in FLEX working in leagues working with PPR inclination. … McLaurin’s skill was further beaten by Smith. … As for Smith, the numbers might say he’s a living stream of QB1, but he should be a good match for two-QB leagues that have not been defended for weeks. … It is hard to believe the defense after Dallas woke up to the attacker last week. … The Cowboys improved against the odds, but Thomas gave them a 4-60-1 lead in Week 7.
The Cowboys start and settle down
- Start off: RB Ezekiel Elliott, WR Amari Cooper, WR CeeDee Lamb, TE Dalton Schultz, K Greg Zuerlein
- To sit: WR Michael Gallup, Cowboys D / ST
- Sleeper: QB Andy Dalton
Elliott finally returned to their inner ways against the Vikings and at the same time appeared more inspired, scoring in the passing game. Hopefully it will continue to make the RB1 mojo a festive treat. … Cooper and Lamb are now in a better place with Dalton due to the diversity of their road-racing medium. … Schultz scored last week and has a good same-name relationship with Dalton, and this is a solid match. … Zuerlein secretly raises points in her home. … Gallup’s deep danger without Dak Prescott losing the offense, he made it to burn in most leagues. … The Cowboys defense is unbelievable. … Dalton had three TDs in Minnesota, he lived here for 250 yards and two TDs.
DraftKings NFL Thanksgiving Classic payroll list
UPDATE: The new lines come soon after the Ravens-Steelers back.
QB: Deshaun Watson, Texans ($ 7,400)
RB: Gus Edwards, Ravens ($ 4,000)
RB: Antonio Gibson, Washington (6,000 $)
WR: Terry McLaurin, Washington (7,000 $)
WR: Brandin Cooks, Texans ($ 5,300)
WR: Diontae Johnson, Steelers ($ 6,200)
BER: Dalton Schultz, Cowboys ($ 3,800)
FLEX: Chase Claypool, Steelers ($ 6,100)
D / ST: Steelers ($ 4200)
The basics of this team were to get a clear upper QB and a clear upper defense, which we did. Then the price tag for Edwards and his cover helped put everything else in motion. We did a mini-stack with Watson and Cooks and McLaurin also got there. We want the Steelers dynamic duo to continue working, as well.