Let’s take a look back to the Playbook War Room ‘s fantasy tips from Week 14 to see how they made out.
Maurice Jones-Drew, Jaguars: Playbook liked the way Jacksonville’s offensive line had gelled in recent weeks, and thought MJD would have a huge day going up against the weak Tampa Bay run defense. Jones-Drew put up the most points by a running back on Sunday, gaining 136 yards from scrimmage to along with four total touchdowns.
Beanie Wells, Cardinals: Unfortunately for Beanie, the Playbook guys knew he would struggle against the stout San Francisco defense that is the best in the league against the run. He carried 15 times for 27 yards – good for a 1.8 yards per carry average.
Matthew Stafford, Lions: After a let-down against the Broncos, Minnesota’s defense didn’t instill confidence into the War Room. Playbook thought Stafford would have an easy go of things, and he wasn’t spectacular, but he did complete 20 of 29 passes for 227 yards and two touchdowns.
Roy Helu, Redskins: The Playbook guys thought New England would focus on stopping the run more than they appeared to, which could’ve slowed Helu’s production. Instead, he ran wild, accumulating 132 yards from scrimmage. The only knock was that he couldn’t find the end zone.
Come back later in the week for your Playbook fantasy tips for this Sunday.