Week 12: NFL Fantasy Football Player Rankings
Next week the Titans play against the Colts and that game should be another close game for the Titans that comes down to the end of the game.
Below I have some observations from the 12th week of the regular season and how I see those points of interest playing out from a fantasy perspective.
2009 NFL Regular Season Week Twelve
- Packers vs Lions
- Cowboys vs Raiders
- Broncos vs Giants
- Colts vs Texans
- Seahawks vs Rams
- 49ers vs Jaguars
- Titans vs Cardinals
- Ravens vs Steelers
- Saints vs Patriots
Regular Season First Eleven Weeks
- Week One
- Week Two
- Week Three
- Week Four
- Week Five
- Week Six
- Week Seven
- Week Eight
- Week Nine
- Week Ten
- Week Eleven
Fantasy Football Regular Season Week Twelve Notes:
Brandon Jacobs: A Huge Disappointment
Hopefully, this season doesn’t mark the end of a short stay in the top twenty fantasy football running backs for Brandon Jacobs. This season only marks the third year that Jacobs has been the starting tailback for the Giants and fantasy owners have been very disappointed in this big backs performance.
Coming into this season Jacobs was a clear top twelve fantasy running back after he had a big year in 2008.
Sure, Jacobs missed three games last year and has always been a little injury prone, but you could count on him to have some big rushing days and always score touchdowns. Those expectations were backed by his four games with over 100 yards and 15 touchdowns from a year ago.
This year through week twelve of the fantasy football season Jacobs has zero 100 yard games and only three touchdown scores.
Because of his lack of production the Giants were rolled over by the Broncos and have lost five of their last six games.
If Jacobs can’t turn his season around, I fully expect the Giants to miss the playoffs this season.
From a fantasy perspective, I wouldn’t recommend starting this runner until he starts showing signs of playing the way his is capable.
For the third game in a row, Seahawks second year running back Justin Forsett has had a solid fantasy football week. In this game he shredded the Rams defense for big plays and touchdowns in a win for Seattle.
Forsett has had a tough go to get into the starting lineup in the NFL as even the Seahawks released him after the preseason last year. After a short stay with the Colts, Forsett came back to the Seahawks and handled special team’s duties at the end of the year.
This season Forsett has played strong all year but until three weeks ago he was mostly used as a special teamer and a third down back.
Every week Forsett has had at least one touchdown and in two of those games he has over 120 yards rushing. As long as Jones is out because of health reasons, Forsett will make for a solid fantasy play.
NFL Fantasy Football Player Rankings writer Sean E. Douglas: fantasy-info.com