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It's Week 14. The playoffs have begun in many fantasy football leagues. And that means the time for small talk is done. I could sit here and complain about the dud that New Orleans Saints quarterback Drew Brees posted in Week 13, and how that dud killed many a fringe playoff team's chances this year. Or I could complain about how Cam Newton of the Carolina Panthers has been doing that all season long. But you don't want to hear about that. I could gripe about the soul-sucking void of fantasy nothingness that is Los Angeles Rams running back Todd Gurley in 2016. How that fact that I passed on fantasy stud David Johnson for Gurley in at least one league will haunt me for the rest of my days on this earth. But you don't care. No, you want to know if Atlanta Falcons wide receiver Julio Jones will play in Week 14 after suffering the most ill-timed toe injury in fantasy history – approximately. And if Jones sits out, you want to know which wideouts might help salvage your season. You want to know if New Orleans Saints tailback Mark Ingram will play through his toe injury (what is it with toes in 2016? Get better shoes, guys!), or if fantasy owners dare trust Tim Hightower after his nine-yard faceplant last week. Those Saints were real dream-killers in Week 13. You want to know whether old man winter will screw Antonio Brown of the Pittsburgh Steelers. Whether Robert Griffin's return at quarterback for Cleveland will help or hurt Terrelle Pryor. In other words – you want to win. Thursday December 8 at 7 PM Eastern, Fantasy Sharks staff writers Gary Davenport, Walton Spurlin and Todd Latzke will break down Week 14 – giving you all the info you need to do just that. Come on in – the water's FINE. Call-In Number: (347) 826-9620
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