Chicago Bears 2014 Record: 5-11, missed playoffs, 0-5 in last five Bears impact rookies | Bears impact sleepers | More team previews Four downs 1st: 14th in DVOA* overall offense (16th pass, 11th rush) | 28th in DVOA* overall defense (29th pass, 21st run) 2nd: Not particularly effective against any receiver type, but worst in the NFL against TEs (7.4 pass attempts per game, 60.4 receiving […]
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New York Jets 2014 Record: 4-12, missed playoffs, 2-3 in last five Jets impact rookies | Jets impact sleepers | More team previews Four downs 1st: 27th in DVOA* overall offense (27th pass, 17th rush) | 21st in DVOA* overall defense (24th pass, 11th run) 2nd: Ineffective at stopping all receiver types, but especially WR2s, (7.3 pass attempts […]
Your playoff league has IDPs? Awesome. Hopefully these can help with that.
In Week 17 we have a lot of potential game scripts. Let’s talk about some of them. Just to be clear, I know you might have two-week championship weeks so your season-long team may still be going. But I’m going to focus mostly on daily fantasy football this week, the final week of the NFL […]
This week is the same as all of the others for our individual defensive player projections. I’m not going to tell you they are super accurate. I haven’t studied the injury report, as you can tell by Chris Borland‘s place among the top-5. Borland, who has been outstanding as Patrick Willis‘ injury replacement, has a […]
I’m like a broken record when it comes to individual defensive players. I don’t put a ton of time into these projections. I’m not up on injuries or changes in playing time except in the case of players on my rosters.
I say it every week and I’m going to keep saying it. Our individual defensive player projections are good, but they are not as well-manicured as the rest. I don’t spend any time on matchups, looking up injured players or making sure players are still starting. They are weighted toward tackles, which are easier to predict.