Defenses Against Wide Receivers November 6, 2012  |  Chet


 

I was having trouble finding completion percentages against individual positions, so I threw these numbers together. I’ve sorted them by completion percentage, but I added some other numbers for the heck of it.

 

5 Responses

  1. PhilB says:

    So, according to this , you’re saying that the 49ers D only allows 1 TD to WRs for every 90 targets? Wow. No other team comes even close.

  2. Jermichael says:

    12 Team PPR: I need a bye week fill in defense: NYJ vs. Sea, Det vs. Min or Min vs. Det, Dal vs. Phi, Ind vs. Jac?
    Thanks!

  3. Jermichael says:

    12 Team PPR: 7-2, 2nd place, looking ahead to playoffs, trying to trade for Spiller. Here’s my team: Brees, Cruz, Bryant, Martin, JStew, Pierre, Graham, James Jones, Rudolph, Freeman, Hawkins (dropping for a bye week D fill in), Garcon (dropping for K bye fill in), Beanie, Crosby, GB D. His team: Rodgers, Colston, Floyd, Spiller, Leshoure, Gronk, D Thomas, Titus, Bradshaw, D Clark, Desean, SJax, Gibson, Henery, Miami. Any suggestions?
    Thanks!

  4. B.J. says:

    Was offered his Demaryius Thomas for my Ryan Mathews in my 12 team nonPPR. Looking for a legit WR1 with Fitz and Bowe dealing with QB woes. My other RBs are Forte, Spiller, SJAX, DRich and Daniel Thomas. My WRs are Fitz, Bowe, DHB, Lance Moore and N. Washington. Should I take it?

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