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Fantasy Football: Under the Radar (with consistency) – Week 12

Every week, James Knight uses our Consistency Tools to see who’s flying under the radar consistently! Follow him on X @JKeasy.

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Happy Thanksgiving to everyone!  Week 12 brings us joy and those of us still competing we’re thankful to have no teams on bye this week!  Several Thanksgiving games (3) and another on Friday make this an interesting week, get those lineups set and make sure your early game players aren’t in your flex spots if you can help it.  As always, I’m here using the Big Guy Fantasy Sports consistency tools to let you know who’s “under the radar” and how to keep marching towards the playoffs (or maybe even your playoff matchups if they’ve started).  Sign up today if you haven’t already so you can keep up with the best consistency tools in the business and get access to all of our articles!


QB Kyler Murray – @ARI vs. LAR (Rostered 80%, Started 33% on Yahoo!)

Kyler Murray only recently came back from an injury so I can sort of understand the hesitancy in starting him but only 33%.  In two games that he’s been back Kyler has a 100% Clutch Ratio (CR, amount of consistently high scoring games over total games played) and profiles as one of the most consistently clutch QBs over the past few years (79% in 2021 and 64% in 2022).  Murray comes into this week averaging 22.78 points per game which makes him a top 10 option.  This week he draws the Rams who are an AVG (average) pass defense and when Kyler faces those, he’s averaging 24.80 points per game!  I know a ton of fantasy teams stashed Murray for a late season run and those who did so will continue to reap the benefits of a consistently top performing quarterback.


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James has been a part of fantasy sports for over 20 years (football, baseball, and basketball) and has worked in multiple industries as a Data Analyst. He is from North Carolina where he currently resides with his wife and three children. He enjoys all things sports and is his favorite teams are the Braves, Broncos, Hornets, and Duke.

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