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Five Fantasy Football Sleepers For Week 12

November 22, 2017
We hope everyone has a great Thanksgiving holiday. Here are some sleepers to help you through Week 12.

1. Jacoby Brissett, Quarterback, Indianapolis Colts

The Colts take on the Tennessee Titans, who have given up the eighth-most fantasy points to quarterbacks this season and have allowed eight passing touchdowns during the past three weeks.

2. Joe Flacco, Quarterback, Baltimore Ravens

OK, this one scares me, as Flacco hasn't been very good. But the Ravens play the Houston Texans, who have given up more than 900 passing yards and eight touchdowns during the past three weeks against Brissett, the Rams' Jared Goff and the Cardinals' Blaine Gabbert. If they can do it, Joe can ... right?

3. The Tight Ends Rule

Always start any tight end against the New York Giants, Cleveland Browns or Denver Broncos, so this week's must start tight ends are the Washington Redskins' Vernon Davis, the Cincinnati Bengals' Tyler Kroft and the Oakland Raiders' Jared Cook.

4. Mike Wallace, Wide Receiver, Baltimore Ravens

The Texans have given up more than 600 yards and six touchdowns to opposing wide receivers during the past three weeks, and Wallace had a nice touchdown grab last week. Let's ride the wave!

5. Byron Marshall, Running Back, Washington Redskins

Who? Well with Chris Thompson out for the season and Samaje Perine banged up after a larger workload last week, Marshall could see some work against a Giants team that has given up more than 450 yards to opposing running backs during the past three weeks. They also have given up 18 catches to running backs during that span. Add in a short work week and Marshall could be in for 10 touches or more.