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Wide receiver 1 matchups for conference championship weekend: Sleepers and busts

There are very few great matchups this week and quite a few bad matchups. That’s the price fantasy owners must pay during playoff football season.

It’s cool though. There are still values to find. Using matchups to build winning lineups is not the one key to winning at sites like FanDuel and Draft Kings. But used as part of a greater knowledge base they can lead to huge gains.

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Running back matchups for conference championship weekend: Sleepers and busts

There are very few great matchups this week and quite a few bad matchups. That’s the price fantasy owners must pay during playoff football season.

It’s cool though. There are still values to find. Using matchups to build winning lineups is not the one key to winning at sites like FanDuel and Draft Kings. But used as part of a greater knowledge base they can lead to huge gains.

Continue reading ‘Running back matchups for conference championship weekend: Sleepers and busts’

Quarterback matchups for conference championship weekend: Sleepers and busts

There are very few great matchups this week and quite a few bad matchups. That’s the price fantasy owners must pay during playoff football season.

It’s cool though. There are still values to find. Using matchups to build winning lineups is not the one key to winning at sites like FanDuel and Draft Kings. But used as part of a greater knowledge base they can lead to huge gains.

Continue reading ‘Quarterback matchups for conference championship weekend: Sleepers and busts’

Boom or bust PPR flex (RB/WR/TE) projections for NFL Playoffs: Conference championships

The big news in the PPR projections is Rob Gronwkowski at the top of the board.

I don’t think a tight end cracked the top three all season, let alone was projected for the top spot. I, of course, have to recommend Gronkowski whole heartedly this week.

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Boom or bust PPR tight end projections for NFL Playoffs: Conference championships

If you want to know what I think about tight ends this week you should really go back and read the standard tight ends projections post. Not much has changed since we added in the PPR.

In fact, none of the rankings changed, the projection totals just got a little bigger.

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Boom or bust PPR wide receiver projections for NFL Playoffs: Conference championships

In my lone FanDuel lineup I tried to find a way to get Julian Edelman in there but I couldn’t fit both him and Rob Gronkowski without making a much weaker lineup than I would like.

I’ll have more lineups at Draft Kings and I’ll definitely have Edelman in a handful there. There’s also extra incentive there because we get a full point per reception.

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Boom or bust PPR running back projections for NFL Playoffs: Conference championships

I try to sprinkle in little bits and bobs in these intros.

Keen readers of the kicker projections article noticed that my lone FanDuel lineup is dirty with Patriots players, including a running back — a move I have avoided for weeks since The Jonas Gray Incident.

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