(Part-2) Unexpected Picks for Week 16 of Fantasy Football

A funnel occurs when the Lions rank fourth in run-defense DVOA but 16th in pass-defense. Climate-controlled under the Minnesota dome, this game has a high total of 47. Mullens can chase 20 fantasy points again.

At least put Hill on your bench and watch what happens. Hill has been the Ravens' pass-protection and hurry-up back since Keaton Mitchell left. Baltimore may be chasing San Francisco on Monday night or falling behind Miami in Week 17. 

 In Baltimore's offense, Lamar Jackson will always limit Hill's rushing performance, while Gus Edwards will preserve touchdown equity. Hill may have double-digit touches in one or both games. This makes him a probable sleeper.

Terry McLaurin is Washington's most explosive receiver, thus we understand Samuel's roster tag delay. Samuel works mostly in the slot and can open the swiftly specified pathways Sam Howell prefers

previous week, Samuel caught a touchdown from both Washington quarterbacks and has been the WR24, WR33, and WR12 the previous three weeks. Samuel has the safest route to targets among Washington receivers against the volatile Jets.

Williams didn't score in last week's 42-17 win over Denver, but his usage increased for the first time. Williams set a career high with seven targets and 68% of snaps. Williams has a chance to make a spectacular play this weekend against Minnesota, the Lions' softest pass defense in six weeks.

I'll play with this unit in a few semifinals; join me. The surging Bears defense has produced double-digit fantasy points in three straight games, while Kyler Murray's efficiency numbers are below league average. 

Although Murray is fast and agile, he often holds the ball too long and takes a sack, as he's been dropped 14 times in five games. I think the Bears defense can win this game in cold December conditions.

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