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Fantasy Football Rankings, Week 16: Model Who Beats Experts Saying Start Jamaal Williams, Sit Kenny Golladay

Week 16 in the NFL season gives extremely tough talks to Fantasy football players. The championships are on the line in many leagues but with injuries encountering almost all teams it can be hard to know who to start and who will be sitting so much on the line without having trusted Fantasy football rankings. Cam Newton owners, for example, are now distorted for other options now that reports have shown that he is turning off for the season with injury. And wide recipients Odell Beckham (quad) and Keenan Allen (hip) could return this week, but can you trust them with so much at stake? If you are looking for a replacement or make any other season-defining conversations this weekend, make sure you are watching Week 1 6 Fantasy Football's ranking and forecasts from SportsLine's proven computer model. In the case of ranking players, their model is hit human experts in Fantasy Football last season when there were major differences in ranking. And the model was closest to the hole's overall, which means that it was best decided where each player would finish each week. During a season, it could literally be the difference between winning your league or going home emptyhand. Last week, the model owner of bench Packer quarterback Aaron Rodgers said he would finish off the top 20 quarterbacks. The result: Rodgers failed to record a touchdown pass for the first time this season, and everyone who denied him dodged a big bullet. Now the model, which…

Week 16 in the NFL season gives extremely tough talks to Fantasy football players. The championships are on the line in many leagues but with injuries encountering almost all teams it can be hard to know who to start and who will be sitting so much on the line without having trusted Fantasy football rankings. Cam Newton owners, for example, are now distorted for other options now that reports have shown that he is turning off for the season with injury. And wide recipients Odell Beckham (quad) and Keenan Allen (hip) could return this week, but can you trust them with so much at stake? If you are looking for a replacement or make any other season-defining conversations this weekend, make sure you are watching Week 1

6 Fantasy Football’s ranking and forecasts from SportsLine’s proven computer model.

In the case of ranking players, their model is hit human experts in Fantasy Football last season when there were major differences in ranking. And the model was closest to the hole’s overall, which means that it was best decided where each player would finish each week. During a season, it could literally be the difference between winning your league or going home emptyhand.

Last week, the model owner of bench Packer quarterback Aaron Rodgers said he would finish off the top 20 quarterbacks. The result: Rodgers failed to record a touchdown pass for the first time this season, and everyone who denied him dodged a big bullet.

Now the model, which simulates each game 10,000 times, has revealed its Fantasy Football ranking for week 16. A player who loves the model this week: Packer who drives Jamaal Williams back.

With Aaron Jones (knee) landing on injured reserves, Williams will be a leader back in the week against the jets. He played well last week after Jones left the game against a stingy Bears defense, recording 97 total laps and a touchdown. And he gets an ideal match against New York in week 16, which has given up four touchdowns to run back in his last five games.

The SportsLine model projects Williams to be a top 20 that goes back in the week and puts him right in RB2 discussion. He is projected to make more points than jumps like Joe Mixon, Tarik Cohen and James White, all players with higher starting rates. Unlock Williams in your lineup in week 16 and watch the points rain down.

And a massive shock from the model’s 16th football rank: Lions wide recipient Kenny Golladay strikes a lot of time against the Vikings and does not barely hit the top 30. He is a player to bench in the week.

Golladay owns 98 percent of the CBS leagues and starts in 66 percent of them, but the model has him as the 27 wide recipient this week, which means he’s no better than a flex consideration. This is because he has a tough matchup against a top 10 defense in Minnesota. The vikings held the dolphins to 108 meters passing last week and limited Russell Wilson to just 72 meters through the air.

Golladay, who has also been limited in practice with breast injury, is expected to score less than recipients like Calvin Ridley, Kenny Stills, Corey Davis and Alshon Jeffery, all owned and started in a lower proportion of leagues. Be sure to put Golladay on your bench if your season is on the line this weekend, despite being team # 1 wideout.

The model also requires a surprising return, you will not even end up in the top 15 in its Fantasy Football ranking. This choice may be the difference between winning your Fantasy Football championship or going home with nothing.

So who are you going to sit and start a week? And what astonishing springback is the key to winning a Fantasy championship? Visit SportsLine now to get Week 16 Fantasy Football rankings for each position, plus see which running back will come out nowhere to break the top 15, ranging from the model that exceeded experts big time last season.

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