What kind of player do you run in your flex spot. I mean, do you draft an extra running back because you always want an RB in that slot? Or do you grab an extra receiver early? You probably just end up with the best player available. At Draft Kings we get to start a [...]
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Early boom or bust Week 16 projections
Boom or bust Week 16 projections: QB | RB | WR | TE | FLEX | K | IDP
Boom or bust Week 16 PPR projections: RB | WR | TE | FLEX
Week 16 matchups: PASS | RUN | WR1 | WR2 | WR3/4 | TE | RB (Rec.)
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We talked about crazy deep sleepers in the PPR running backs, so let’s keep that up here. Derek Hagan takes over as the No. 3 receiver for the Titans with Justin Hunter’s departure. He’s got 8 catches, 129 yards and a touchdown in limited targets this season. More interestingly, he has a 25-yard catch, a [...]
As we’ve come to expect, running backs dominate the flex rankings in non-PPR formats. We’ve got some running backs with really excellent matchups this week: Le’Veon Bell, Eddie Lacy, Arian Foster, Frank Gore.
Historically, wide receivers have been among the most difficult positions to predict in the NFL. Any wide receiver has a chance at a three-TD game. That’s just the nature of the position. High volatility. Our job as fantasy owners is to pick the right ones to play each week.
Multiple sets of statistics — including season-long and last-five-weeks — are used to determine the best and worst matchups of the week. When multiple sets of statistics all point us in the same direction it increases our confidence in them.
As you might expect there are quite a few more wide receivers at the top of the PPR flex projections than in standard format.. It’s also worth noting our projections for Rob Gronkowski. Treat him like he’s a wide receiver.