Fantasy Football Recap: Week 14 Studs, Duds and Sleepers

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Dec 5, 2013; Jacksonville, FL, USA; Houston Texans receiver Andre Johnson (80) carries the ball against the Jacksonville Jaguars at EverBank Field. The Jaguars defeated the Texans 27-20. Mandatory Credit: Kirby Lee-USA TODAY Sports

In what was arguably the most entertaining weekend of the football season, week 14 had plenty of fantasy football drama as well with major injuries, huge games from big names, and unknowns who contributed as well. Let’s get right to the studs, duds, and sleepers from all the week 14 action heading into tonight’s Monday Night finale.

Jacksonville Jaguars 27, Houston Texans 20

Studs: Even though the Texans dropped their 11th straight, Andre Johnson had a big game pulling in 154 yards on 13 catches. The change to Case Keenum under center probably won’t change his value since he’s played with him already quite a bit this year. For Jacksonville, Maurice Jones-Drew ran for 103 yards and added 20 yards receiving although he didn’t get into the end zone keeping him for a great game.

Duds: The top receiver for the Jags, Cecil Shorts III finished with only two catches for 13 yards. Ben Tate failed to follow up on his huge game last week running for just 53 yards on 14 carries..

Sleepers: Both tight ends found the end zone, but Garrett Graham continues to get so many targets that he’s worth a look at a TE1 in PPR leagues. Graham caught eight of 14 targets Sunday for 73 yards and a touchdown. Going forward, Jordan Todman has shown he can make the most of his touches scoring a touchdown on his one reception and running for 14 yards on seven carries.

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