We should have high confidence in these matchups. We’re only talking about matchups that meet good/bad matchup criteria for the whole season, the last five weeks and the last three weeks. If a matchup doesn’t fit in all three categories, then it has to have a significant number in the last-five-weeks and last-three-weeks.
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.)
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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.
I said in the offense vs. defense article that I don’t typically recommend playing a lot of players from the Thursday game in daily fantasy sports, but I feel like we should reconsider this week. The sportsbooks have put a big over/under on this thing and there are some player matchups to take advantage of.
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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 [...]
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 [...]