Hello, thanks for checking back with us on this first week of the 2014-15 NFL playoffs. We have a four-game slate, that means things could get a little messy. Everyone’s going to own the top players. Everyone’s going to own the sleepers.
Offense vs. defense averages
Projections: QB | RB | WR | TE | FLEX | K | DEF | IDP
PPR projections: RB | WR | TE | FLEX
Matchups: QB | RB | WR1 | WR2 | WR3/4 | TE | K | DEF | RB (rec.)
2014-15 NFL playoffs rankings
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Time is winding down on this 17th week of the fantasy football season. There isn’t enough left to get through all of the matchups. I will make it up to you next week.
These matchups are going to be a little light on commentary this week. At least that’s my plan.
The whole point of these boom-or-bust projections is to dig up sleepers for us to play in a pinch or on daily fantasy sites. Our quarterback projections this week get us started on the right foot.
According to one major fantasy site, the Jordan Cameron concussion wouldn’t create much of a ripple effect. The writer suggested that there really weren’t any Cleveland Browns worth owning at this point, especially with the team’s running game struggling so badly. The same site has historically discounted players from less-than-explosive teams. The Jaguars, Buccaneers and [...]
Last week, my journey down the matchups based on Football Outsiders’ team defense analysis led me to start Austin Davis, Brian Quick and Justin Forsett, three of the biggest sleeper picks of the week last week. Had Rashad Jennings and Jimmy Graham stayed healthy — they both started strong — I feel like I could [...]
In recent months I’ve become very attached to the belief that NFL backups aren’t ridiculously less talented than the starters. Throw countless examples at me if you want, but I’m going to point to Packers backup quarterback Matt Flynn who threw for 480 yards, tying the Packers single game record.