NFL fantasy start 'em, sit 'em
One game. That's all that stands between you and an elusive fantasy football championship. But before you can do your celebration gavotte in the fabled fantasy end zone, there's work to do. To get this far you obviously have a good team that's been playing well recently, so you probably don't need too much help. But anyway, here are a handful of recommendations that you might not have thought about. Good luck.
Since taking over as the Niners starter on Nov. 11, Hill has quietly become one of the league's better fantasy quarterbacks. He ranks third over that span in passing yards (1,412), sixth in touchdown passes (nine) and seventh in interception rate (2.0). This will be his second chance at the Rams as a starter, after throwing for 216 yards, two TDs and no interceptions on Nov. 16 at Candlestick. Look for an even bigger output on Sunday as Hill helps
Eliminated from contention in the NFC South, the rest of the Saints season will be all about individual accomplishments, which is usually when the self-promoting ex-Giant shines. His season in New Orleans has been quite a mess, swirling in controversy, unrest and injury. But this week, playing without
New England's backfield has been a fantasy minefield all year with Morris,
Tomlinson has been a huge disappointment all season, and if somehow you've made it to the finals after squandering your first pick on him, your luck may have run out. Despite the fact that LT has scored a touchdown in three straight games and four of his last five, he's not a good play this week in Tampa against a very tough Buccaneers defense that, along with the Ravens, are the only teams who have not allowed a touchdown on the ground at home this year.
The final game in Texas Stadium history is going to be a doozy as the Ravens and Cowboys are both fighting for their playoff lives. Romo is at the center of the NFL's loudest controversy between