Lions: It didn’t look like D’Andre Swift was gonna eat at times in this game, but he delivered big with 2TDs on the ground and 67 yards. Then, he grabbed 4 catches. It was a nice outing for Swift. His dynasty value will be all over the map, and a strong finish could puff up his 2021 value (and beyond) a little too much, so approach him with caution if people start vaulting the runner into the 2nd-round in early 2021 drafts. TJ Hockenson was a non-factor, which shouldn’t worry anyone for Week 16, and it should excite crafty owners heading into 2021. Hocknessmonster is a top 4-5TE in dynasty and redraft. Know that. On the topic of dynasty, Kenny Golladay should be a draft day steal in 2021, as most everyone is extremely upset with his let-down-of-a-season… and rightly so. But, what people won’t realize as they scream into the air is that his value will be so good and the risk will all be baked in. I’ve seen him go in the 4th- to 5th-round range in early mocks, and that will build in any risk. He has top 5-10WR upside in fantasy. He does. Oh, and Marvin Jones does WR3 things (10/112/1FD in Week 15) while Golladay is out (and he is out)… keep that in mind for the rest of 2020.
Titans: Ryan Tannehill was money in this one, as he has been for a big part of 2020. He had 273 and 3TDs in this Week 15 win over the Lions, and he fed AJ Brown 5/44/1 and Corey Davis 4/110/1TD… all while Derrick Henry self-fed to the tune of 24 carries for 147 yards and 1TD on the ground. Henry is a top 4-5 overall lock in 2021 redraft leagues and maybe even dynasty. He’s a big dude, so it’s tough to image him having 4-5 more years, so expect something like 2-3… that’s the nature of both the running back position and when the position meets a huge frame like Henry’s. Still, 2-3 years is a long time. As for Week 15, run out all your Titans players, they will ball once again in Week 16.