It’s always interesting to see how the players mesh when their fantasy points are stacked up against one another. This week we have seven running backs in the top-10 and no tight end. Julius Thomas tops the TE list and he comes in at 13th.
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Jeez, again with the Mohamed Sanu in the top 10 — sixth, actually. Yeah, with he’s already projected to put up decent stats but I have to redistribute A.J. Green‘s stats because he’s no lock to play again this week.
Like I said in the running matchups, Las Vegas expects Pittsburgh to be better than average this week. The No. 1 wide receiver ranking might play a big part in that. Oh, and Golden Tate could be in for a big week. Any chance he’s got even more motivation after the Percy Harvin revelations this [...]
Some of these projections are a little too close to chalk to call them boom or bust. Sure, Andre Holmes is in the top 10. So is Golden Tate, but there’s a lot more of the top players near the top of this list than we’re accustomed to.
After last week’s performance I’m not sure what to make of the projections putting Golden Tate fourth among PPR wide receivers. It’s a terrific matchup. Onlly Houston allows more yards per game to opposing No. 1 wide receivers.
The boom-or-bust PPR flex projections are probably one of my favorite things each week. I love to see how the players from the three main flex positions (running back, wide receiver and tight end) line up with each other.