The projections produced some interesting rankings this week. Drew Brees is second. He hasn’t been his dominant self, but I wouldn’t be surprised to see him throw four touchdowns in a home game against the Ravens, who are allowing 19.7 fantasy points per game to opposing quarterbacks in the last five weeks, the the tenth-highest [...]
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I thought you’d fix that Cam Newton projection by the time you rolled out your final rankings. Well, disembodied voice, you thought wrong. Cam is playing at home in a juicy matchup. Las Vegas thinks Carolina scores 23 points. That means they get in the end zone two or three times. I bet Newton accounts [...]
Week 10 is nearly in books and many fantasy owners are gearing up for a potential late-season playoff push. In some leagues, the trade deadline is already over, meaning the best way to improve your squad will rest in waiver wire and free agent acquisitions. So who should you grab heading into the Tuesday night [...]
Wow. Week 8 got here fast. This has been a zany season, as they all are. Today we found out Jake Locker has been benched and Zach Mettenberger will get the start. It’s a huge matchup for the rookie.
It’s not surprising these sleepers and busts posts get less traffic than my projections. People want projections. They want to know who to start. But I consider these matchups articles to be of the start/sit variety. Maybe I should change it from sleepers/busts to start/sit. I’m not sure how much better they’d do, but I guess [...]
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.