1. Jordan Shipley is Seeing a Lot of Targets
Those in Week 17 leagues who could use a boost at receiver should think long and hard about plugging Jordan Shipley into their lineups, especially in PPR formats. The former third-round pick has landed a prominent role in Jacksonville with both Cecil Shorts and Laurent Robinson on IR due to concussion issues, and a matchup against Tennessee in the season finale is favorable to Shipley's chances of finishing strong.
Justin Blackmon is the top receiver for Jacksonville, but after him and Shipley there's no one who can really compete for targets consistently. Outside of those two, the Jaguars have only the likes of Kevin Elliott, Toney Clemons and Quan Cosby at receiver, and that trio has a combined 17 career catches.
Even with Shorts playing in Weeks 13, 15 and 16, Shipley still accumulated 29 the last four weeks. Drops have been a bit of an issue for Shipley in Jacksonville, but he seems locked into a prominent role due to the ...