ESPN Fantasy Football Week 14 Most Added/Dropped Players: Buccaneers Defense, Jaguars Marcedes Lewis in Top 25 Adds

In their first clash with in-state foe Tampa Bay since 2007, the Jacksonville Jaguars (3-9) host the Buccaneers (4-8) Sunday afternoon in a battle of team struggling teams. Tampa Bay has lost six straight games, allowing an average of 30.7 points in the process. The Jaguars, on the flip side, have the worst offense in the league, averaging just 254.7 yards a game, and only muster 12.7 points per contest.

Given those stats, it is then perhaps surprising that on ESPN.com's Most Add/Dropped list the Tampa Bay defense comes in as the 25th most added and Jaguars tight end Marcedes Lewis is the 16th Most Added player. Buccaneers quarterback Josh Freeman, who has struggled the entire season, is 25th on the Most Dropped list.

For news and information regarding the Jaguars, please visit Big Cat Country. For all things Tampa Bay football, please visit Bucs Nation. For more fantasy football coverage, advice, and analysis, please visit SB Nation Fantasy, and follow it on Twitter @SBNationFantasy.

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