Holy cow, Ninjas, have I done some research the last two weeks. The season is winding down and our chances of winning jackpots, at least in football, grow dim. The Super Bowl will be here before we know it.
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.)
2014-15 NFL playoffs rankings
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It was a busy week. Sorry for the delayed matchups post. Let’s not dawdle any longer:
And there it was. Week 4. My first truly bad week of 2013. I took my windfall from Week 3 and dumped it into Week 4. I played in a lot more $2 games than usual and plopped a couple $10 games out there. Belief in my PowerBall formula caused me to ignore the don’t [...]
Alliteration is one of my favorite writing tools. Want to make a reptile sound more sinister? Describe it as a slithery, slinking snake. Say that phrase three times really fast. You can almost hear a snake hissing its disapproval. Or what about Gary’s goldfish gulping grapes greedily? Who cares if goldfish don’t eat grapes – [...]
At the end of last season I called the 2010 rookie tight end class the best ever. I told readers, “Whether it’s a tectonic shift or a radar blip, the tight end position is one fantasy owners will have to monitor more closely in 2011 after what we’ve seen this year.” Now with another year [...]
Jimmy Graham and Tony Gonzalez, two of the best tight ends during the 2011 regular season, will play in the opening weekend of the playoffs. They are the top choices for owners in playoff challenges.
Rob Gronkowski, Jimmy Graham and Tony Gonzalez top our sleeper-heavy tight end projections