THE STUDS:

QB- Colin Kaepernick, San Francisco 49ers vs. Seattle Seahawks (Fanduel Price $7400)- Kaepernick has been a disappointment this season, with only three multi-touchdown games and one game over 300 passing yards thus far, and none of either since week six. But he hasn’t been a total failure, and the Niners do come in on a three game winning streak against the rival Seahawks. I find the difference in these games tend to be who holds the home-field advantage, and as a result, I could see Kaepernick bust out for over 250 yards and at least two scores against a Seattle team not nearly as dominant as last season.

RB- Darren Sproles, Philadelphia Eagles at Dallas Cowboys ($5900)- Sproles has been the epitome of boom-or-bust this season, but against the Cowboys on Thanksgiving, expect Chip Kelly to pull out all the stops, and look for Sproles to get in the end zone at least once on his standard long run, either passing or in the return game.

WR- Terrance Williams, Dallas Cowboys vs. Philadelphia Eagles ($5100)- He has only 12 catches in his last six games, and he’s nursing a broken fingertip, but given the way both Cole Beasley and Jason Witten were targeted against the Giants, I expect Tony Romo to keep finding ways to get his secondary options involved, and as a result Williams will be feasting on the Eagles for at least 70 passing yards, and his first score since week seven.

TE- Zach Ertz, Philadelphia Eagles at Dallas Cowboys ($4800)- Another large disappointment this season, I still believe Ertz is due for a breakout, and the Cowboys are terrible against the tight end this year. So could Mark Sanchez look his way on Turkey Day?

THE DUD:

QB- Russell Wilson, Seattle Seahawks at San Francisco 49ers ($8700)- Again, the difference between who wins the Seahawks/49ers games is usually the home-field advantage, and while Wilson has been his usual solid self this season, he was held in check by the Cardinals on Sunday, which could be viewed as a bad omen heading into his second NFC West matchup of the week.

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