2019 Fantasy Football: Week 12 PPR Rankings

Frank Ammirante | November 21st, 2019

There are two weeks left in the fantasy season! Whether you’re sitting comfortably in a top-two seed, pushing for that final wild-card berth, or grinding out the season and playing spoiler, these rankings will lead you to your goal. The highlight of this week is a battle of two NFC titans: the Green Bay Packers and San Francisco 49ers. Can the Niners shut down Aaron Rodgers and this Packers’ offense?

1Russell Wilsonat Eagles
2Deshaun Watsonvs. Colts
3Lamar Jacksonat Rams
4Drew Breesvs. Panthers
5Carson Wentzvs. Seahawks
6Matt Ryanvs. Buccaneers
7Jameis Winstonat Falcons
8Baker Mayfieldvs. Dolphins
9Tom Bradyvs. Cowboys
10Dak Prescottat Patriots
11Aaron Rodgersat 49ers
12Jimmy Garoppolovs. Packers
13Jacoby Brissettat Texans
14Sam Darnoldvs. Raiders
15Derek Carrat Jets
16Josh Allenvs. Broncos
17Ryan Tannehillvs. Jaguars
18Nick Folesat Titans
19Jared Goffvs. Ravens
20Mason Rudolphat Bengals
21Daniel Jonesat Bears
22Jeff Driskelat Redskins
23Kyle Allenat Saints
24Ryan Finleyvs. Steelers

Wilson takes over as QB1 since he has the best matchup of the elite quarterbacks. We could see this Seahawks/Eagles game turn into a shootout. The dark horse for QB1 is Mayfield, who has quietly played a bit better lately, with zero interceptions in his last three games. He gets to face the Dolphins’ dismal defense at home this week.

Running Backs
1Christian McCaffreyat Saints
2Alvin Kamaravs. Panthers
3Saquon Barkleyat Bears
4Aaron Jonesat 49ers
5Nick Chubbvs. Dolphins
6Ezekiel Elliottat Patriots
7Derrick Henryvs. Jaguars
8Josh Jacobsat Jets
9Leonard Fournetteat Titans
10Le’Veon Bellvs. Raiders
11Tevin Colemanvs. Packers
12Jaylen Samuelsat Bengals
13Chris Carsonat Eagles
14Mark Ingramat Rams
15Todd Gurleyvs. Ravens
16Joe Mixonvs. Steelers
17Phillip Lindsayat Bills
18David Montgomeryvs. Giants
19Kareem Huntvs. Dolphins
20Miles Sandersvs. Seahawks
21Devin Singletaryvs. Broncos
22Derrius Guicevs. Lions
23Carlos Hydevs. Colts
24Latavius Murrayvs. Panthers
25Jonathan Williamsat Texans
26Sony Michelvs. Cowboys
27Royce Freemanat Bills
28Ronald Jonesat Falcons
29Duke Johnsonvs. Texans
30Tarik Cohenvs. Giants
31Jamaal Williamsat 49ers
32Nyheim Hinesat Texans
33Raheem Mostertvs. Packers
34Frank Gorevs. Broncos
35Bo Scarboroughat Redskins
36Kalen Ballageat Browns

McCaffrey continues to see ridiculous usage, so even in a tough matchup in New Orleans, he remains as RB1. The dark horse for RB1 is Montgomery, who faces a Giants’ defense allowing 122.7 rushing yards per game. The Bears are six-point favorites, so they’re projected to control this game, leading to positive game flow for Montgomery.

Wide Receivers
1Michael Thomasvs. Panthers
2Julio Jonesvs. Buccaneers
3Mike Evansat Falcons
4DeAndre Hopkinsvs. Colts
5Chris Godwinat Falcons
6Odell Beckham Jr.vs. Dolphins
7Tyler Lockettat Eagles
8Davante Adamsat 49ers
9Julian Edelmanvs. Cowboys
10Cooper Kuppvs. Ravens
11Kenny Golladayat Redskins
12Allen Robinsonvs. Giants
13D.J. Mooreat Saints
14Amari Cooperat Patriots
15D.J. Charkvs. Titans
16Calvin Ridleyvs. Buccaneers
17Jarvis Landryvs. Dolphins
18Courtland Suttonat Bills
19John Brownvs. Broncos
20Jamison Crowdervs. Raiders
21Deebo Samuelvs. Packers
22Tyrell Williamsat Jets
23Marvin Jonesat Redskins
24D.K. Metcalfat Eagles
25DeVante Parkerat Browns
26Robert Woodsvs. Ravens
27Marquise Brownat Rams
28Golden Tateat Bears
29Emmanuel Sandersvs. Packers
30Terry McLaurinvs. Lions
31James Washingtonat Bengals
32Tyler Boydvs. Steelers
33Dede Westbrookat Titans
34Mohamed Sanuvs. Cowboys
35Kenny Stillsvs. Colts
36Zach Pascalat Texans
37Hunter Renfrowat Jets
38Curtis Samuelat Saints
39A.J. Brownvs. Jaguars
40Darius Slaytonat Bears
41Danny Amendolaat Redskins
42Nelson Agholorvs. Seahawks
43Diontae Johnsonat Bengals
44Robby Andersonvs. Raiders
45Cole Beasleyvs. Broncos
46Randall Cobbat Patriots
47Taylor Gabrielvs. Giants
48Josh Reynoldsvs. Ravens

Thomas is one of the most consistent receivers in recent memory, posting 100+ receiving yards in five of his last six games. He remains WR1 against the Panthers’ banged-up secondary. The dark horse for WR1 is Beckham, who could finally have his long-awaited blow-up game against the Dolphins.

Tight Ends
1Zach Ertzvs. Seahawks
2Mark Andrewsat Rams
3Darren Wallerat Jets
4Noah Fantat Bills
5Jared Cookvs. Panthers
6Dallas Goedertvs. Seahawks
7Greg Olsenat Saints
8Eric Ebronat Texans
9Jacob Hollisterat Eagles
10Jimmy Grahamat 49ers
11T.J. Hockensonat Redskins
12Gerald Everettvs. Ravens
13Mike Gesickiat Browns
14Jason Wittenat Patriots
15Ryan Griffinvs. Raiders
16Tyler Eifertvs. Steelers
17Vance McDonaldat Bengals
18Ross Dwelleyvs. Packers
19Dawson Knoxvs. Broncos
20Foster Moreauat Jets
21Cameron Brateat Falcons
22Ricky Seals-Jonesvs. Dolphins
23Darren Fellsvs. Colts
24Rhett Ellisonat Bears

TE is a mess this week with Travis Kelce and Hunter Henry on byes, as well as George Kittle, Evan Engram, and Austin Hooper out with injuries. Ertz claims TE1 in a likely shootout against the Seahawks. The dark horse for TE1 is Hollister, who has developed a rapport with Wilson in recent weeks, totaling 12 receptions in his last two games.

1New England Patriotsvs. Cowboys
2San Francisco 49ersvs. Packers
3Pittsburgh Steelersat Bengals
4Buffalo Billsvs. Broncos
5Cleveland Brownsvs. Dolphins
6Chicago Bearsvs. Giants
7New Orleans Saintsvs. Panthers
8Atlanta Falconsvs. Buccaneers
9Baltimore Ravensat Rams
10Tennessee Titansvs. Jaguars
11Jacksonville Jaguarsat Titans
12Denver Broncosat Bills

The Patriots defense has slowed down in recent weeks, but we have to keep them as D/ST1 even in a tough game against the Cowboys. The Pats should take care of business in this one. The dark horse for D/ST1 is the Titans, who have scored seven or more fantasy points in every home game this season.

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