Fantasy football review and outlook for Panthers in Week 16

(Photo by Jared C. Tilton/Getty Images) Mike Davis
(Photo by Jared C. Tilton/Getty Images) Mike Davis /
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Teddy Bridgewater
(Photo by Dylan Buell/Getty Images) Teddy Bridgewater /

Teddy Bridgewater – Carolina Panthers QB

Best game- Week 9 at Chiefs: 28.30 fantasy points, 310 passing yards, three total touchdowns in a back and forth duel with reigning Super Bowl MVP, Patrick Mahomes.

Worst game- Week 2 at Buccaneers: 8.68 fantasy points, 367 passing yards, 78.6 percent completion rate, three total turnovers.

Overall: The Carolina Panthers signal-caller had an average fantasy year with 17.61 points per game, which puts him at 16th among starting quarterbacks.

Start or Sit in Week 16?


Washington’s pass rush is no joke and Carolina’s offensive line is. Teddy Bridgewater is still making a lot of negative plays when pressured and Washington is third in the NFL in passing yards allowed per game.

Mike Davis – Carolina Panthers RB

Best game- Week 5 at Falcons: 29.90 fantasy points, 16 carries for 89 yards, nine receptions for 60 yards, and one touchdown.

Worst game- Week 15 at Packers: 8.10 fantasy points, 14 carries for 59 yards, two receptions for two yards.

Overall: Those who either selected Mike Davis as a handicap or quickly picked him up on waivers when Christian McCaffrey went down were thrilled by how much he produced right away. Unfortunately, he cooled off immensely after his great performance in Atlanta and only netted more than 15 fantasy points twice for the rest of the year.

Start or Sit in Week 16?


Washington is in the top half of the league in rushing yards allowed per game and for some reason, Joe Brady is not giving Davis a great volume of carries. Don’t risk your fantasy championship hoping he scores a touchdown in D.C.