Defensive Matchup Statistics: Week 13 November 27, 2012  |  Chet


Here are the defensive stats vs. individual positions. This week I’m only using stats from week 5 on. I figure it takes teams a few weeks to jellify and also lose key players to the injury bug. Of course that will still skew some stats. The Texans were pulverized by the Packers in week 6, so they are the worst team against the pass from week 5 on, which isn’t accurate. So use your brain functions a little when perusing.

I’ll use these numbers to put together a rest of the season strength of schedule asap, so keep your keen eyes on that prize!

2 Responses

  1. Jermichael says:

    10 Team PPR: Should I stick it out with Hou or drop them for SD or CIN… & play matchups ROS?
    Thanks!

  2. Robert says:

    Hey Chet – Starting Ray Rice and Bryce Brown (assuming McCoy is out again) at RB in a PPR league. Flex question – Jacquizz or SJax? Been riding SJax, but afraid he’ll struggle against San Francisco, and think there will be a lot for both Turner and Quizz against New Orleans, and pretty sure he’ll reel in 4-6 receptions.

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