RB Elijah McGuire, Jets (11.3 percent owned)

In place of the injured Isaiah Crowell in Week 14, McGuire totaled 83 yards from scrimmage and added a rushing TD. He is versatile and may be the most talented RB on the Jets roster. A dynamic sparkplug who will also get physical, he will be worth flex consideration if Crowell continues to miss time.

WR Tim Patrick, Broncos (0.6)

While many Fantasy types thought promising rookie Courtland Sutton would be the one to make the biggest contributions with Emmanuel Sanders out. it was Patrick who seemed to emerge as the new favored target for Case Keenum. Patrick caught seven passes for 85 yards on 10 targets and was clearly Keenum’s preferred read on several key passing downs. Keenum and Patrick demonstrated an instant on-field rapport and he should be added if you still need some WR3 help.

Elijah McGuire. (Maddie Meyer / Getty Images)
TE Ian Thomas, Panthers (25.5)

Young tight ends, especially rookies, never seem to be reliable or dependable. But Thomas has stepped in nicely for the injured Greg Olsen, with 14 receptions in his past two game and nine catches for 77 yards in Week 14, so he has to be a prime add this week. Those sorts of numbers at the ultra-weak TE position are simply not easy to come by.

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