This article is part of our Start vs. Sit series.
Welcome into our final installment of Start vs. Sit for this season. I'd like to begin by thanking you all for reading this column every week; writing this article is one of my favorite parts of the week and I really enjoy interacting with you all in the comments section and giving you the best advice that I can (to varying degrees of success). With it being championship week for fantasy leagues, I am wishing you all the best of luck in your matchups. Without further adieu, let's jump into this week's Start vs. Sit decisions.
Ryquell Armstead, RB, Temple (at Connecticut)
Last week's dud against South Florida was one of the more disappointing individual performances of Week 12. Luckily, there's no better team to bounce back against than Connecticut, which has literally the worst run defense in the country by far. The Huskies give up 338 rushing yards per game – that's 58 yards per game more than the 129th ranked run defense! A little further down the list, I wouldn't hesitate to use East Carolina's Holton Ahlers against the stout Cincinnati defense.
Daniel Jones, QB, Duke (vs. Wake Forest)
Jones is in a great spot for what could be his final home game as a Blue Devil with Wake Forest coming to town. He was uneven against Clemson this past weekend, but the Tigers can make almost anyone look pedestrian. Jones is still averaging 23.9 fantasy points per game and Wake Forest