Washington Redskins 2014 Record: 4-12, hahaha. ha, 1-4 in last five Redskins impact rookies | Redskins impact sleepers | More team previews Four downs 1st: 28th in DVOA* overall offense (27h pass, 17th rush) | 27th in DVOA* overall defense (32nd pass, 9th run) 2nd: Sixth best in the NFL at stopping receiving RBs (6.1 pass attempts per game, […]
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In our fantasy football championship week, eight quarterbacks are projected to throw at least 2.0 touchdown passes. This could be a big week in fantasy. Today’s quarterbacks, Mark Sanchez, Robert Griffin III, Colin Kaepernick and Philip Rivers are interesting as well.
Multiple sets of statistics — including season-long and last-five-weeks — are used to determine the best and worst matchups of the week. When multiple sets of statistics all point us in the same direction it increases our confidence in them.
Matchups should strongly influence your decisions when playing at daily fantasy sites like FanDuel and Draft Kings. They also influence our projections and rankings at Chinstrap Ninjas.
Fantasy football is like the stock market — success is all in finding values before the end-of-the-day bell. And while many fantasy football gurus spend oodles of time ranking the stud players and debating who to draft first, the savviest of owners know that striking it rich with a few under-the-radar lottery tickets can be […]
It was a busy week. Sorry for the delayed matchups post. Let’s not dawdle any longer:
As I’ve said in recent posts, I’m using a formula to help determine the best matchups each week. The formula factors in top-10 allowed performances in passing yards, rushing yards and scoring over the previous four weeks of the season.