The Post’s Drew Loftis evaluates all the relevant fantasy football news ahead of Week 14 of the NFL season.
Gardner Minshew QB, Jaguars
The Stache is back. He has taken back the starting job from Nick Foles. Though Minshew’s fame has exceeded his fantasy production, a favorable schedule down the stretch (Chargers, Raiders, Falcons) makes him viable.
Ryan Fitzpatrick QB, Dolphins
Speaking of favorable schedules, the Jets, Giants and Bengals await the Dolphins. Because he is FitzMagic, can light it up against any of these opponents. But because he is FitzTragic, there is a dud hiding among them.
Derrius Guice RB, Redskins
Somehow he still is available in nearly half of leagues. With the Packers on tap this week, another strong game should be in the offing.
Ian Conner TE, Panthers
Greg Olsen suffered a scary concussion Sunday. Expecting him to miss some time, Conner is the next in the line in a Panthers offense that heavily involves the tight end.
James White RB, Patriots
New England is notoriously unpredictable in its RB usage. White is coming off a huge day, but his 14 carries and 22 touches were both career highs. The week before get got three total touches.
Robert Woods WR, Rams
Sunday was the second time this season Woods has been featured so heavily in the game plan (Week 4 vs. Buccaneers), with 13 receptions in each. He has averaged just 4.2 catches in the other nine games he has played.
Cole Beasley WR, Bills
Coming off his best game (6-for-110, one TD), and he has scored in five of the past seven games. But faces the Ravens, Steelers and Patriots ahead. Yikes.
Tyler Higbee TE, Rams
Higbee is a one-week wonder (7-for-107, one TD). The Cardinals are historically bad against the tight end, and Gerald Everett will return.