After giving up 45 points to the Chiefs last week, the
Of course, what hurt the Redskins DST in Week 14 wasn't so much the defense, which limited the Chiefs to 347 years, but every other facet. Washington allowed two touchdowns on special teams and couldn't get anything going offensively.
The switch from Robert Griffin III to Kirk Cousins at quarterback this week probably won't help much. In fact, it could result in more turnovers, which would mean another long afternoon for the Redskins defense.
Given the team's shortage of sacks and takeaways in recent weeks, the Redskins DST doesn't offer enough upside to be worth your while even against the Falcons.
Two of the Chiefs' touchdowns were on special teams -- a punt return for Dexter McCluster and a kick return for Quintin Demps. The Redskins couldn't get anything going offensively, accumulating 257 yards, which gave the Chiefs all the more opportunities to score. The Redskins didn't do much to take the ball away either, recording one interception and zero sacks.
The Redskins have what appears to be a more favorable matchup Week 15 at Atlanta, but given their struggles in recent weeks, you should probably avoid the Redskins DST in Fantasy.
It was Fletcher's third straight game with at least eight tackles. He's averaging 7.2 per game. Kerrigan is averaging just 4.2 per game, but he also has 6 1/2 sacks.
Though he entered the day averaging 7.6 tackles in 12 games,
Fletcher is averaging 7.1 tackles in 12 games this season.