Fantasy football start/sit advice, Week 14: Rueben Randle

The Giants receiver hasn’t been a fantasy difference maker so far. Can he step it up in Week 14?

New York Giants wide receiver Rueben Randle has struggled to get much going this year. With a starting gig and plenty of targets out there, Randle has failed to capitalize on several opportunities this season. Through 12 games, Randle has hauled in a total of 56 passes for 609 yards and two touchdowns. It’s been a disappointing campaign for the third-year veteran who many thought was primed for a breakout season. While he is still starting and getting a decent amount of targets from quarterback Eli Manning, rookie first-round pick Odell Beckham Jr. easily overtook him as the No. 1 receiver in just a few short weeks.

Fantasy Impact: The Giants won’t have to deal with a tough pass defense in the Tennessee Titans. Their defense gives up the 16th-most fantasy points to opposing wide receivers. With only one game over 100 yards receiving and no touchdowns since Week 5, Randle can’t be trusted as anything more than a borderline WR3/4 in PPR formats.

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