Week 12’s biggest fantasy football questions: 32 NFL reporters give advice

It’s Week 12 of the 2020 NFL season, and COVID-19 once again is wreaking havoc on the schedule and several key players.

Ravens quarterback Lamar Jackson and Vikings wide receiver Adam Thielen are two of the biggest names and most impactful fantasy players to contract the virus, and neither will play in Week 12. The Ravens’ game at Pittsburgh has been moved to Tuesday, and it’s no given it will be played then.

NFL Nation is here to help you sort it out and answer the biggest fantasy questions — provided by ESPN fantasy football analyst Mike Clay.

Scan through all 32 NFL teams by division, or click here to jump ahead to your team:

Buffalo Bills

Do you expect any major personnel changes or scheme adjustments out of the Week 11 bye?

The biggest change will be Mitch Morse’s return to the starting lineup — having him and Jon Feliciano on the same offensive line should improve what has been a below-average run game for Buffalo. In just the second game in which both players are healthy, expect Levi Wallace to start over Josh Norman at cornerback and expect more work for Gabriel Davis at wide receiver with John Brown set to miss Sunday’s game. — Marcel Louis-Jacques

Miami Dolphins

Do we dare trust Jakeem Grant or Malcolm Perry for a big game against the Jets’ depleted cornerbacks?

This Dolphins offense lacks consistency so it’s hard to have any confidence in starting either player. This is the Jets, a perfect get-right opponent, so I’d imagine quarterback Tua Tagovailoa and the passing offense will be a lot more productive. If forced to choose, I’d lean toward Grant given his big-play ability and heavier rep share. — Cameron Wolfe

New England Patriots

How will backfield touches be distributed with Rex Burkhead out of the fold?

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