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Case Keenum vs. Josh McCown
Case Keenum was not on anyone's fantasy radar at the beginning of the year, and for good reason: He was the third-string QB for the Houston Texans. However, injuries and poor play pushed him into the starting role, where he's become the Snow White (a beautiful sleeper) of the AFC South, averaging 24.9 fantasy points per game. His wife Kimberly is the lei-wearing babe on the left, whom I'll score a 9.0, combined with Case's projected score of 27 against the Raiders for a total of 36.
Josh McCown is another former backup QB turned legitimate fantasy option. He's not going to light up a defense, but a 16.94 fantasy point per average is a decent option if your QB is on a bye week. "Da-Babe!" is what any Bears fan would call McCown's smoking hot wife Natalie. She's a 10, combined with my McCown projection of 18.5 against the Ravens for a 28.5 point total.
Winner: Case Keenum