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Best Picks for Week 16 Monkey Knife Fight Prop Games

Touchdown Dance (Early Slate)

Miles Sanders, Antonio Brown, and Cooper Kupp

  • Sanders: Miles Sanders has averaged over 20 fantasy points per game with no touchdowns, so you know he’s due this week versus the Giants, who have allowed 11 rushing touchdowns this year.
  • Brown: The setup and timing are perfect! No Chris Godwin. No Mike Evans. AB comes back and BAM! Touchdown! You know it’s going to happen.
  • Kupp: Two words. Cooper Kupp. Oh yeah and the word, TOUCHDOWN! It’s happened almost every week this year. The Vikings rank DEAD LAST in giving up fantasy points to receivers with 16 receiving touchdowns. This one is a no-brainer.

More or Less (NYG @ PHI): Miles Sanders - 13.5 Fantasy Points (MORE) and Kenny Golladay – 13.5 Fantasy Points (LESS)

  • Sanders: Sanders has AVERAGED 20 fantasy points over the past two games without scoring a touchdown. Since he’s going against a Giants defense that ranks 25th in giving up fantasy points to running backs, I’d say take the MORE here.
  • Golladay: Golladay has sucked all year. He only has one game over 10.5 fantasy points and that was way back in Week 4. This offense sucks and everyone knows that. I’m taking the LESS for this one.

More or Less (LAR @ MIN): Cooper Kupp - 23.5 Fantasy Points (MORE) and Justin Jefferson - 18.5 Fantasy Points (MORE)

  • Kupp: The Vikings are dead last in giving up fantasy points to wide receivers and we know Kupp has scored more than 23.5 fantasy points in many games this year. In fact, on the road versus a bad defense he is averaging 26.50 fantasy points per game and has been 100% consistent this year. He’s definitely a MORE.
  • Jefferson: Jefferson has also been very good this season and even though the Rams rank 15th in giving up fantasy points to receivers so far this year, that doesn’t phase Jefferson as he has averaged 21.32 fantasy points per game and has been very consistent at 80% in those game scenarios. So, I’ll take the MORE on this one as well.