Isaac’s Fantasy Football Corner — Week 14

Isaac Hunt

Week 14 tip: In most leagues, playoffs are starting. So it’s time to get serious. No fancy lineups with hope of playing the break-out player of the week. Stick with your team. They’ve gotten you this far.

En fuego: Doug Martin gets back into double digits against the Eagles this week. The Philadelphia defense is cleaning house — one defensive end, one defensive coordinator and a defensive line coach are gone.

Heated: Brandon Weeden. My notes just say: “Insert quarterback playing Kansas City here.” Similar to last week, the Chiefs have the fewest passes attempted against them but have given up the most touchdowns.

Chilled: Ray Rice. Washington has allowed the fewest rushing yards of any team this season. Also, Rice has only rushed past the century mark twice this season; last time was week five.

Frigid: Miami offensive players. My notes also say: “Insert players facing the 49ers here.” San Francisco is second in passing defense and fourth in rushing defense.

Week 14 random fact: New England plays Houston on Monday night. In the three career games in which J.J. Watt has played outside of Sundays, he has five sacks and eight passes deflected. Tom Brady may want to look out.