Week 17 Start & Sit

Week 17 Start & Sit

Week 17 is here, and the NFL regular season is officially over after  Sunday night’s game. Most fantasy leagues already ended last week, but there are many that still play into week 17. With the limited amount of fantasy owners still interested in start & sit options, we’ve scaled back or normal start/sit feature accordingly. Good luck in week 17, hopefully you come out of this weekend with a championship.

Staff Starts:

Jeremy Browand: @DFF_Madman

Quarterback: Alex Smith, Kansas City Chiefs

Running Back: DeAngelo Williams, Pittsburgh Steelers

Wide Receiver: Doug Baldwin, Seattle Seahawks

Tight End: Dennis Pitta, Baltimore Ravens

Team Defense: Kansas City Chiefs

Eric Iannaccone: @pprranks

Quarterback: Tom Savage, Houston Texans

Running Back: James White, New England Patriots

Wide Receiver: Chris Hogan, New England Patriots

Tight End: Charles Clay, Buffalo Bills

Team Defense: Denver Broncos

Shaun Crandall: @WhiskeyD0G

Quarterback: Blake Bortles, Jacksonville Jaguars

Running Back: Alex Collins, Seattle Seahawks

Wide Receiver: Corey Coleman, Cleveland Browns

Tight End: Antonio Gates, San Diego Chargers

Team Defense: Buffalo Bills

John Di Bari: @dibari22

Quarterback: Blake Bortles, Jacksonville Jaguars

Running Back: DeAngelo Williams, Pittsburgh Steelers

Wide Receiver: Marvin Jones, Detroit Lions

Tight End: Jesse James, Pittsburgh Steelers

Team Defense: Arizona Cardinals

IDP Starts: courtesy of our very own J.T. Maynard @FatAdamSchefter

LB – Kwon Alexander, Tampa Bay Buccaneers

Last Week:  Corey Nelson 16 (Solid!) Broncos or Todd Davis Broncos 29 points (Exceptional!)

DB – Antoine Bethea, San Francisco 49ers

Last Week: Bradley McDougald Bucs 5 points (Bust)

DL – Danielle Hunter, Minnesota Vikings

Last Week: Cam Wake Dolphins 13 points (Semi Solid)

Wildcard – William Hayes DE, Los Angeles Rams

Last Week: Darren Lee Jets 9 points (Serviceable)

*My MFL IDP league records: I got killed by what is called:  “The Zod Effect!” My whole roster did not score. (Besides, Thielen!) It was kind of creepy in how my winning team that averages 250+ points per week, without Watt and Bowman can do absolutely nothing. It will not deter me at all. I’ll be back next year…… Because the Vanilla Gorilla will never bow to Zod! See you all next year when we get back with the IDP MUST STARTS! Thanks for reading!  

Follow me on Twitter @FatAdamSchefterI will be on before the games if you have any questions about your IDP lineups! Good Luck and Happy Holidays!

Staff Sits:

Jeremy Browand: @DFF_Madman

Quarterback: Eli Manning, New York Giants

Running Back: Jeremy Hill, Cincinnati Bengals

Wide Receiver: Robert Woods, Buffalo Bills

Tight End: Gary Barnidge, Cleveland Browns

Team Defense:  Cincinnati Bengals

Eric Iannaccone: @pprranks

Quarterback: Eli Manning, New York Giants

Running Back: Ronnie Hillman, San Diego Chargers

Wide Receiver: Dez Bryant, Dallas Cowboys

Tight End: Hunter Henry, San Diego Chargers

Team Defense: Atlanta Falcons

Shaun Crandall: @WhiskeyD0G

Quarterback: Philip Rivers, San Diego Chargers

Running Back: Mark Ingram, New Orleans Saints

Wide Receiver: Sammy Watkins, Buffalo Bills

Tight End: Jason Witten, Dallas Cowboys

Team Defense: Carolina Panthers

John Di Bari: @dibari22

Quarterback: Kirk Cousins, Washington Redskins

Running Back: Jay Ajayi, Miami Dolphins

Wide Receiver: Amari Cooper, Oakland Raiders

Tight End: Jason Witten, Dallas Cowboys

Team Defense: New Orleans Saints

Last week’s record:

Collectively we went 28-22 in championship weekend. Not our best showing, but not our worst either. On the year we went 450-350 for a 56.25 winning percentage, if you know anything about sports gambling, that would be a successful season. We plan on building off of a solid debut and producing better numbers next year.

No matter whatever reason you’re still playing, good luck in week 17. Take down this championship and all the accolades and riches that come with it. If, not, take a week or two off and start getting ready for next year. I’ve said it repeatedly all season, but thank you for reading. If you’re looking for fantasy information, the internet has a plethora of options, thank you for giving us a try and choosing us. We hope to see you back here next season, and don’t forget to keep checking back all off-season long for all your dynasty and off-season needs.



Chicagoan living in Las Vegas. Fantasy Football writer & Director of In-Season Analysis for Dynasty Football Factory, blogger for USFantasy and contributor to TheFakeHockey. Member FSWA.

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