Fantasy Football: Under the Radar (with consistency) – Week 14
Every week, James Knight uses our Consistency Tools to see who’s flying under the radar consistently! Follow him on X @JKeasy.
Week 14 of the Fantasy Football season is upon us and in most leagues, this is the final week. This week the Arizona Cardinals and Washington Commanders are on bye so a few teams will be left trying to plug holes in their starting lineups. This week’s “under the radar” article can help teams find those consistent producers who need to be plugged in. Keep in mind that Big Guy Fantasy Sports has the best consistency tools in the business so subscribe today so you don’t miss out on those and so much more!
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QB Brock Purdy – @SF vs. SEA (Rostered 93%, Started 58% on Yahoo!)
Brock Purdy has been putting together an MVP-type season, yet he’s only started in 58% of leagues. On the season Brock has a 67% Clutch Ratio (CR, amount of consistently high-scoring games over total games played). Entering week 14 he’s posted a clutch game in four of his last five starts. His numbers for the season have him ranked QB6 overall as he’s averaging 22.36 points per game and is showing no signs of letting up. This week Brock gets the Seattle Seahawks (an AVG rated pass defense) at home. In those types of matchups this year Brock’s per-game average jumps up to 24.18. The fact that Brock is started in below 60% of fantasy leagues is just crazy. Two weeks ago in one of my dynasty fantasy leagues, I traded away Patrick Mahomes in a package deal that brought me Brock in the deal. It seems wild to even think about that but Brock has the same CR (67%) and is currently outscoring Mahomes (22.35 to 22.13 per game). Haven’t lost a game since making that trade. There’s a great chance Brock hits that 24-point mark again this week and he looks like a locked-in QB1 for the foreseeable future!
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Every week, James Knight uses our Consistency Tools to see who’s flying under the...