Week 18 Fantasy Football Recap!
Congratulations to the Georgia Bulldogs for winning their second consecutive college football championship. They set a title game scoring record against TCU with a record-breaking 65 points to just 7 for the Horned Frogs.
The NFL regular season is now over, and so is fantasy football. The 2023 fantasy football season will start in June when the Commissioners buy draft boards for their 4th of July drafts.
Wide receiver Jerry Jeudy had a big day with the Broncos. He had 154 receiving yards and an additional 39 rushing yards in the Bronco’s 31- 28 victory Los Angeles Chargers. In comparison, quarterback Russell Wilson had a decent day with 283 passing yards, three touchdowns, and only one interception for Denver. Keenan Allen had 102 receiving yards and one touchdown in a losing effort for the Chargers.
The Steeler defense had seven sacks and two interceptions while running back Najee Harris rushed for 84 yards and a touchdown in the Steeler’s 28- 14 win over the Cleveland Browns. Harris has now rushed for a thousand yards and reached ten total touchdowns for the second straight year. Nick Chubb rush for 77 yards in a touchdown while adding 45 yards receiving with a touchdown in the loss for Cleveland.
The San Francisco 49ers sent JJ Watt into retirement with a 38- 13 win over his Arizona Cardinals. The Niner’s defense recorded three sacks, three interceptions, and one fumble recovery, while tight end George Kittle had two touchdowns for the 49ers. Since Brock Purdy stepped into the starting quarterback role, he has connected with George for seven touchdowns in the last four weeks.
The Kansas City Chiefs beat the Las Vegas Raiders 31- 13. The Chief’s defense had six sacks, one interception, and one fumble recovery.
Christian Kirk had 99 receiving yards in a touchdown for the Jaguars in their 20 to 16 victory over the Tennessee Titans. George Pickens had 72 receiving yards and a touchdown in the loss for Tennessee.
The Atlanta Falcons end the season with a 30 -18 thrashing of the Tampa Bay Bucs. Rookie running back Tyler Allgeier topped a thousand yards rushing for the season after rushing for 135 yards. The Falcons other rookie, Drake London, had 120 receiving yards.
The New Orleans Saints rookie wide receiver Chris Olave topped 1,000 receiving yards for the season against the Carolina Panthers when he had 60 receiving yards in one touchdown. The Panthers won 10-7.
The Seattle Seahawks defense had five sacks and one interception in their 19-16 victory over the Los Angeles Rams. Tyler Lockett had 54 receiving yards and a touchdown for the Seahawks.
Terry McLaurin had 74 receiving yards in a touchdown and the Commanders 26-6 whooping of the Dallas Cowboys. The Commander’s defense had one sack, an interception, a fumble recovery, and a pick-six touchdown.
Houston Texans tight end Jordan Akins hasn’t done anything all season. Still, on Sunday, he had 70 receiving yards with two touchdowns and a two-point conversion in their last-minute victory over the Indianapolis Colts 32-31. Texans head coach Lovey Smith was fired after the game because the owner allegedly wanted them to lose to ensure they would get the number one draft pick in the upcoming 2023 NFL draft. Instead, they fall to number two, and the Chicago Bears will have the first pick.
The Detroit Lions eliminated Aaron Rodgers and the Green Bay Packers from the playoffs 20-16 thanks to Jamal Williams rushing for 72 yards and two touchdowns.
The Buffalo Bills eliminated the New England Patriots from the playoffs 35-23 victory. Josh Allen had 254 passing yards with three touchdowns, while Stefon Diggs had 104 receiving yards and one touchdown for Buffalo. DeVante Parker had 79 receiving yards and two touchdowns in the loss.
Running back Alexander Mattison had 54 rushing yards and two touchdowns in the Viking’s 29-13 whooping of the Chicago Bears.
The Bengals beat the Ravens 27-16 with the help of their defense, recording four sacks, two interceptions, two fumble recoveries, and a touchdown.
The Eagles beat the Giants 22-16 with the help of kicker Jake Elliott and his five field goals. He hit two 50-yarders, two 30-yarders, and a 20-yarder.
The Miami Dolphins had lost five games in a row, but they beat the Jets 11- 6 and snuck into the playoffs.
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By Eddie Sebastian, aka That Fantasy Football Draft Board Guy