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Week 4 projections (UPDATED 09.27.14): QB | RB | WR | TE | FLEX | K | D/ST | IDP PPR projections for Week 4: RB | WR | TE | FLEX
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2014 fantasy football | Final flex PPR projections for Week 1

In both my running back projections and my wide receiver projections I expressed concern over workload and target distribution. Largely because of the errors I may have introduced into the equation.

2014 fantasy football | Final flex projections for Week 1

In both my running back projections and my wide receiver projections I expressed concern over workload and target distribution. Largely because of the errors I may have introduced into the equation.

2014 fantasy football | Final running back PPR projections for Week 1

After accounting for St. Louis’ inability to stop opposing running backs in the passing game last season, Adrian Peterson vaulted into second place in my running back rankings this week.

2014 fantasy football | Final running back projections for Week 1

After accounting for St. Louis’ inability to stop opposing running backs in the passing game last season, Adrian Peterson vaulted into second place in my running back rankings this week.

2014 fantasy football | Running back projections for Week 1

[THESE RANKINGS HAVE BEEN UPDATED] Just like in my quarterback projections, I hope to do another pass on these projections before the Sunday games. It’s also worth noting these running backs are listed based on standard scoring rules. There are, however PPR and FanDuel (half-point PPR) columns and I’ll post seperate rankings/projections before the Sunday games.

Fantasy Football Daily Games | Week 13 Special Turkey and Trimmings Edition: Green Bay vs. Detroit

With the three huge scoops of football the NFL is serving on Thursday, FanDuel and Draft Kings (and other sites, I’m sure) are offering a bunch of Thursday-only contests. Some of the larger tournaments will pit players from just six NFL teams in more than 3,000 fantasy lineups. The gravy will rise to the top!