Week 1 DFS Cheat Sheet – UPDATED September 13, 2015  |  Chet

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Sample FanDuel Lineups

Thursday GPP

Thursday GPP



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Sunday 50/50


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Sunday 50/50-GPP



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Sunday GPP




FanDuel Lineup Configurations

Thursday: I didn’t put Thursday players into the cheat sheet because I don’t like playing Thursday DFS. There are too many chances for injuries in practice. When I do play Thursdays I try not to put many Thursday night players in my lineup since people disproportionately do just that. Of course Week 1 is a bit different, but I still rather play less on Thursday. But of course with all of that said I’ve made a Thursday lineup and put Brady and Gronk in there!

The Steelers pass defense is a joke at this point and Brady and Gronk should put up plenty of points together. I also Like Markus Wheaton and Danny Amendola in this game, but like I said, I don’t want to get too deep into Thursday night as it is fraught with peril! The rest of my Thursday GPP team will have plenty of my favorite plays this week with Ivory, Royal, Murray, Green, Robinson, Lambo and Miami. Gronk and Brady are the plays here that buoy our GPP hopes. Gronk could and probably will destroy most tight ends this week and give you a step up on the competition and without LeGarrette Blount there Brady will throw the ball a ton. If the Pats come out to shove Deflategate into Goodell’s face they could put on a show.


Sunday Cash: With cash lineups you of course want to go safe and that’s the plan here. Stevie Johnson is the only player I’d consider risky in this lineup, but for his price he’s safe. He’s a veteran who has fit in well with the Chargers offense and Antonio Gates is suspended.

Romo, Lacy, D. Murray and J. Jones make up the heart of this lineup and all have high floors. I would pair Dez Bryant with Romo like I do in the next lineup, but I’m trying to mitigate risk for the 50/50. If Romo flops, there’s a decent chance Dez flops. The same is true with Ryan and Jones. But that also can cap your team’s upside. If Romo and Dez both hit you’re on your way to DFS greatness! Or something.

Sunday Cash/GPP: This next lineup is extremely close to the last, but I’ve taken Jones out for Dez and Stevie Johnson out for Eddie Royal. I like this teams upside a bit more, but feel it is safe enough for 50/50s.

Sunday GPP: I usually don’t like to take  QB that will be as widely used as Bradford in GPPs, but his price and upside are so far from each other that I hope to make up some differential with my RBs Ivory and Stewart who are mid-range plays, but with upside while I take A.J. Green and Julio Jones at receiver. In GPPs I like to fill the riskiest positions with the safest upside plays, which means spending.


There are several different faces here, but for good reason. I wanted to make a lineup to highlight Matt Ryan. With all of the attention being thrown towards Bradford, Taylor and Rodgers, Ryan is getting someone left out in the mix. Why? He has, arguably, the best matchup of any QB this week. I can – without being facetious – see him getting 400+ yards and 3+ TDs. Atlanta will need to pass, pass, pass….did I mention pass? You think Tevin Coleman is going to scare the Eagles? No. Julio, Roddy and Hankerson? Absolutely. Ryan opened last year with 30+ FPs and there is no reason he can’t pull off a similar performance today.

Benny Cunningham is another move that has become more popular as the week has progressed. If Tre Mason doesn’t sit – which seems likely – then he will probably be limited, leaving the majority of reps to Benny, who was very successful in two games against the Seahawks last year. I love BC as a high upside play this week.


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Sample DraftKings Lineups

Thursday GPP

Week 1 Thursday GPP

Sunday 50/50

Week 1 Sunday Cash

Sunday GPP

Week 1 Sunday GPP.

UPDATED Sunday GPP – Single Entry

DK Updated Sunday

DraftKings Lineup Configurations

Thursday GPP

Like Doug (who wrote the Fantasy Aces piece below), I am generally not a big fan of using players in the Thursday games. Players don’t want to be playing in the game on such short rest and the football is well below par for the talent level we see on the weekend. However, as this is Week 1 and the players are fresh, we can make a few exceptions. Generally I’d be all over Antonio Brown, even at his nearly $9K price. However, I have watched Belichick’s teams shut down the opposing team’s top player more often than not, so I’m not a fan of using him Thursday. Yes, he’ll still get his 5 catch, 50+ yard line – he always does – but I don’t see one of those monster games. Remember, Le’Veon Bell isn’t playing in the game due to suspension, so the Patriots can put more pressure on him than normal. DeAngelo will be a nice fill-in, but Bell he is not, at least at this stage of his career. So, who will be open? Bryant is suspended, too, so I’m putting my money on Markus Wheaton. The former Beaver has been lauded by Big Ben all offseason and has played well in limited time on the field. DraftKings is full PPR, which makes Wheaton’s $3,800 tag very, very attractive. He is Ben’s #2 passing option and I have no problem plugging him into my lineups this week. I’m not touching any other players in this game. However, Brandon Bolden may be worth a flier if we get word that he is starting for New England. As he is a New England RB – and rule #1 about NE RBs is that we rarely draft NE RBs – you may need to wait right until kick-off to set him in your lineup. A starting RB for $3,000 – minimum on DK – is a gamble I’d take if you are entering a GPP with multiple lineups. Gronk is Gronk, but I’d personally rather use him in cash games, if at all.

Pairing QBs with their WRs is a tried and tested strategy in NFL DFS. You want to try and separate yourself from the crowd, especially in the bigger tournaments. While many will have their eye on Sam Bradford, Matt Ryan and Aaron Rodgers – for good reason – there are a number of other QBs worth a look this week. In this Thursday lineup, I’m plugging in Carson Palmer and Larry Fitzgerald. Yes, Palmer is coming off a terrible injury and looked just as bad in the preseason. Fitz’ numbers seem to drop every year. However, they have a lot of positives going their way. The Saints were pathetic against the pass last year and they have not had good fortune in the offseason in that regard either. Secondly, Fitz will likely be seeing heavy targeting, especially if Michael Floyd is at all limited. His price is, deservedly, deflated as well. He still has hands made of glue, however. Lastly, Vegas has the Over/Under at 47.5 right now. Points will be scored. This is a contrarian duo, but one I’m relatively comfortable in this week.

At RB, I’ve plugged in Alfred Blue and Doug Martin. Now, Blue will be heavily owned as he is a starter and only costs $3,600. However, I’m wary about him facing a tough Kansas City run defense. Still, one TD and a few catches basically puts him at value by default at this price, so he’s worth a flier, though I’d not touch him in cash games. Doug Martin is not anybody’s sleeper pick, not anymore at least. He has looked phenomenal in the preseason. If he can bring back his old magic, then $4,500 might buy you one of the best deals of the season. Tennessee was terrible against the run last year, giving up more than 28.4 FP per game to opposing RBs. Obviously you can’t take that at face value after the offseason, but it is a good place to start your research. I’m going big with the last WR and FLEX spots: Odell Beckham Jr. and Julio Jones. Why? Well, both are matchup proof, yet both have incredible matchups. My mouth is watering. Victor Cruz is likely out, which gives free roaming once again to Beckham. We know what he can do with Eli throwing him the ball. Jones against Phily? Yes, please. If they play up to their potential, you could legitimately get at least 65-70 FP from just the two of them. Rounding out the lineup, Martellus Bennett is going to be a magnet for Cutler this week. Who knows if Alshon is ready? Even if he does play, will he be effective or merely a decoy? My money is on Bennett, who Cutler trusts 100%. There are a few options at DST, but I love Miami’s big play potential against a Washington club that has looked inept, to be kind. Washington’s O-Line is porous and Cousins is a sitting duck, let alone a turnover machine.

Sunday 50/50

There are definitely a few differences here from the Thursday GPP lineup. To start with, Matt Ryan is a much more stable QB in a dream opening game matchup against the Eagles. Philly plays aggressive defense, opting to try for the big play rather than cover more conservatively. Ryan and Jones will feast. If Ryan doesn’t hit 3X value, I’ll be shocked. On the other side of the field, DeMarco Murray is vastly underpriced in my eyes. While last year’s top fantasy RB will not get the same workload in Philly, he will certainly get at least 20 touches per game – including plenty in the air – and many goal line carries. $6,700 is a steal. He’s paired here with Chris Ivory, the lead back for the Jets. Ivory has looked dynamic this preseason, and has shown a lot of improvement in the passing game. While Stacy will get some looks as well, Ivory is in line for at least 15-20 touches per game, which I think will include roughly 3 catches per game as well. It’s his job to lose.

WR just became a bit more interesting. I’ve had Davante Adams penciled into this spot for some time, but Green Bay just signed a familiar face: James Jones. Jones is already comfortable with the system and should likely slide into the WR #3 position, though perhaps not this week. Still, Adams is the clear cut #2 receiver after Cobb and will get plenty of looks. If this weren’t full PPR, I’d be more concerned, but as it is, I’ll keep him in the lineup. Dez Bryant is very consistent. He scored 27+ FP in each of his two games against the Giants last season. Romo will look his way and look his way often once again. I don’t think he wins you a tournament this week, but I love him in cash games. Jarvis Landry is a PPR machine and clearly Ryan Tannehill’s top target in Miami. He should average at least 6 catches per game over the course of the season. Guys with this kind of receiving consistency are gold on DraftKings. His teammate Lamar Miller fills in the FLEX here. He already looks in mid-season form and is a much bigger threat out of the back field than last year, judging from his preseason games. As for Carolina, well, I love picking on the Jags, even if Blake Bortles looks better. He still is lacking someone in the backfield, which means the Panthers won’t have to stack the line and can drop more back in coverage.

Sunday GPP

Many of the players here have been touched on above. However, I’ve switched it up at QB again, going with the combo of Sam Bradford and Jordan Matthews. This game has an Over/Under of 55.5. Yes, you read that right. That’s insane. Frankly, you could probably put together a lineup consisting just from players in this game (I’m sure somebody will). How can you not want a piece of the action? OBJ makes an appearance again. Any WR with a legit shot at 35-40FP in a given week has a soft place in my heart. Obviously, this changes if Cruz starts, but that doesn’t look like it will happen. At TE, I changed it up and went with Ben Watson of the Saints. Watson is filling in for Jimmy Graham (who some dolt just took #1 overall in my home fantasy league…..why?!), who departed for Seattle. While not of the same caliber, Watson is the clear cut #1 and was on the field with Brees all preseason. With a price tag of $2,600, he could catch 1 ball for a TD and already pay off his price tag. Just think if he catches two! Seriously though, he is an all upside pick. Even at that miniscule price, I will not touch him in cash games.

The only other player here that I haven’t covered is Randall Cobb. Cobb is still nursing a sore shoulder, so I think many people could stay away from him this week. However, the upside is certainly there. The Packers had their way with the Chicago secondary on more than one occasion last year. Remember the time Aaron Rodgers passed for 6 TDs in a half and was then pulled? Yeah, I do too. I expect a lot of Rodgers/Adams stacks this week, but I think Cobb will be a bit under owned. Of course, monitor him through the week to make sure he can play through the shoulder pain. If not, then maybe James Jones becomes immediately viable after all.

UPDATED Sunday GPP – Single Entry

There have been quite a few interesting events in the fantasy world since the first edition of this Cheat Sheet went out earlier this week. Of the ones I’m most interested in on DraftKings, the potential for Benny Cunningham to start is number one. Tre Mason has not practiced all week and is going to be a game-time decision tomorrow against the Seahawks. It looks very likely that Cunningham will get the start and – lucky for those paying attention – he is well worth taking advantage of at the rock-bottom price of $3,000. In two games last year, Cunningham – as the second stringer – caught 12 passes against the Hawks for 103 yards and a TD. He scored 12.7 and 15.9 in his two games against Seattle last year. Given more opportunities today, there is no reason that he can’t at least come close to matching those numbers. While Seattle is a great run defense, they are susceptible to RBs who catch the ball out of the backfield. They’re still without Kam Chancellor, which 1) will make Foles’ life easier and 2) will likely help in creating room for Benny to shine. One of the biggest bonuses of this entire situation is that the game kicks off at 1PM EST, so you’ll know whether or not Mason is out before you finalize your roster. If he’s out, lock in Benny.

This lineup is geared slightly more toward single-entry GPP tournaments. You still need upside plays – see Cunningham, Ivory and Adams – but you also want some studs that you know will get theirs. I’m stacking with Green Bay here. Rodgers eats Bears for breakfast (maybe the animal, too…I’m not privy to what he or Olivia Munn cook in the morning). Cobb is probable and should be good to go (another 1PM game – thank the fantasy gods!). Adams is simply too cheap to ignore, even if half of the DFS world rosters him. Sometimes avoiding high ownership is a good thing, but Adams could legitimately return 6X value tomorrow. He’ll be on many of my lineups.

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Sample FantasyAces Lineups

Thursday GPP

Week 1 FA Thurs

Sunday 50/50

Week 1 FA Sun 5050

Sunday GPP

Week 1 FA Sun GPP


FA Sunday Update

FantasyAces Lineup Configurations

Thursday GPP

In general, I don’t like playing guys from Thursday games for a GPP. The games are usually bad and players underperform. Another thing that happens is that people want Thursday action, so they overload on those players and the ownership rates are often higher than they should be. This gives you an opportunity to roster value plays at a much lower ownership that you might end up getting if you do a Sun-Mon slate. Both of my QB’s here are those type of plays. While I think Bradford might end up being the most widely owned QB of the week, I expect that ownership to be lower on a slate that includes Thursday games. I plan on using Flacco to differentiate my lineup from everyone else. I think he’s going to have a ton of volume while playing catch up with Denver. My RB (Lacy and Martin) are both high upside plays that should have low ownership as they are overshadowed by their big name QB’s. The prices on these two are outstanding and they allowed me to go very big in my FLEX spots. Those FLEX plays are my top 2 RB for the week in AP and Charles. I like getting high volume, safe plays in at RB for my GPP and getting my value elsewhere. That value, besides my RB, will be found in both Steve Smith (who I have stacked with Flacco) and Delanie Walker. I think Walker could put up top 5 numbers this week as Mariota loves to target his TE. Miami facing Washington is a pretty chalky play but I want to make sure to get something out of that position with this potentially high powered roster.

Sunday 50/50

A 50/50 lineup to me is all about safe plays. I’m not trying to shoot the moon with these picks, I just want to finish in the top half of my league. I’m not worried at all about ownership levels in a 50/50 so I’m going to fire away with my top QB play of the week in Matt Ryan. He should torch the Philly Defense for a very solid game. Tannehill is a slightly bigger risk but he runs the ball enough to push his floor upwards. At RB I want guys who are going to be the featured backs for their teams and give me guaranteed touches. Forsett, Martin, and Hill all fit that bill. I like to go high end with my WR in a 50/50 so give me the top 2 guys of the week in Julio and Thomas. Both will get their targets with no issue. Matthews is a #1 guy going for a #3 price. I love getting value like that from a player that will be in a shootout. I think Greg Olsen is the safest TE play of the week. He’s Cam’s guy and will have a very solid game. With my defense I just want to get a few points to help push me over the top. Miami against Washington is a very safe play.

Sunday GPP

I spent up a bit with my QB’s here (I usually like to go with 2 value plays or split it with 1 high end guy and 1 value play). Ryan is going to be in a shootout and I think the hate on Cam has gone too far. He’s been a very productive QB in the past with no WR help and I believe he’s going to be under-owned this week. Both of the RB I picked here are the primary runner for their team and neither cost me anything at all. At WR and FLEX I went with 4 guys who should be target machines this week. Jones is my top WR play of the week and Rodgers is going to make sure Cobb makes people forget Jordy Nelson. They are pretty Public Plays and I expect a high ownership. I don’t expect as high of an ownership for Maclin even though he could be top 10 at the position this week. Cooper is a beast and I want some exposure to him while I can still get him cheap. Speaking of guys who will be a big target, Greg Olsen should see double digit targets from Cam Newton this week. I think the Cam/Olsen stack could pay off like a top QB/top WR stack. The Bills defense is loaded and I think they shock the Colts this week in Orchard Park.


As the week has progressed I’ve become more and move obsessed with the idea of making a lineup involving Carson Palmer. His numbers were outstanding before his injury last weekend and this week he’s going to be in a shootout against a terrible Saints defense. I want to make sure to maximize points with Palmer so I’m stacking him with Fitzgerald, who I think will have a very low ownership with everyone targeting John Brown. Fitz is just a safer pick. For my QB2 I’m going with Bridgewater. I want a Sunday night sweat and people are sleeping on Teddy B and his ability to throw deep. He’s going to have a sneaky good game this week. At RB I have a couple of workhorse backs who face weak defenses. McCoy should see a lower than expected ownership with his preseason injury scaring people off. It’s not going to scare me from taking a chance on him if I have multiple lineups. I went big at WR with Julio, Dez, and OBJ. This is not my normal strategy but when I make multiple lineups I want to diversity. As much as I like Greg Olsen and Delaine Walker this week at TE, there’s no denying that Bennett is going to see a ton of targets with the entire Bears WR corps injured. Chicago is going to have to throw to stay in this game against the Packers and Cutler loves his big TE. On defense I’m going a little wild with the Rams facing the best team in the NFL. Seattle struggles when they play in Seattle and the Rams get to the QB. This should be a low scoring game and with Wilson scrambling around I can see the Rams getting to him in the backfield a number of times.

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A very simple, but good start to DFS research is to look at the over/unders and odds. Obviously you want your players in games where Vegas believes the game will be high scoring and on winning teams, while your defenses should come from games they believe will be low scoring.

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If the Matchup Machine isn’t sortable for you, here are the same stats in Excel that are sortable: Week 1 Matchup Charts



Sortable Matchup Machine Quarterbacks

Here you will find the matchup stats for each Quarterback for the week.

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NECIN1416.52626.3Ð2259.42614.4Ð Ð Ð
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SDDEN2413.8Ð1033.53238.3Ð Ð Ð2318.2Ð
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Sortable Matchup Machine Running Backs

Here you will find the matchup stats for each running back for the week.

RkTMRk vs. #1 WRPa/GYd/GRk vs. #2 WRPa/GYd/GRk vs. Other WRPa/GYd/GRk vs. TEPa/GYd/GRk vs. RBPa/GYd/G



Sortable Matchup Machine Wide Receivers

Here you will find the matchup stats for each Wide Receiver for the week.

Shane VereenNEBYE11116174511.2333159.5173.3
Matt ForteCHI76929336.6252028.1275.8
LeVeon BellPIT35599316.2212009.5067.7
Dexter McClusterKCBYE81065297.2211778.4072.4
Pierre ThomasNO75644265.2251516196.2
Maurice Jones-DrewJAX44683255181297.2072
Chris OgbonnayaCLEBYE12553256.213846.5052
Ray RiceBAL65175244.8211205.7087.5
Chris JohnsonTEN71573234.617905.3173.9
Reggie BushDET6575dnp235.8141138.1060.9
Marcel ReeceOAK35545224.41313410.3159.1
Knowshon MorenoDEN81157224.4191588.3186.4
Darren SprolesNO74dnp83225.5211507.1195.5
Andre BrownNYG35454214.214805.7066.7
Ben TateHOU56604214.214664.7066.7
Jamaal CharlesKCBYE8623194.810717.1152.6
Danny WoodheadSD52435193.8161438.9384.2
Eddie LacyGB22645193.8151288.5078.9
Giovani BernardCIN85BYE24194.8171368189.5
Joique BellDET14347193.81114012.7057.9
Fozzy WhittakerCLEBYE5517184.510656.5055.6
Trent RichardsonIND55206183.6151439.5083.3
Roy HeluWAS44144173.412776.4070.6
Donald BrownIND51236173.4131048176.5
Fred JacksonBUF42BYE47174.213745.7176.5
Jacquizz RodgersATL72314173.4121119.2070.6
Ryan MathewsSD22264163.213917081.2
DeMarco MurrayDAL2BYE355153.811948.5073.3
Rashad JenningsOAK5352dnp153.89748.2060
Steven JacksonATL5241315310585.8066.7
Lamar MillerMIA32414142.811948.5078.6
Montee BallDEN04324132.610474.7076.9
Bruce MillerSF22045132.68597.4061.5
Brian LeonardTB35220122.49505.6075
Adrian PetersonMIN23142122.4681.3050
LeSean McCoyPHI14BYE611231111910.8091.7
Bilal PowellNYJBYE1451112.88749.2072.7
Bobby RaineyTB12134112.28192.4172.7
John KuhnGB23411112.28587.2072.7
Zac StacySTL3BYE224112.87121.7063.6
Andre EllingtonARI422dnp2102.58668.2080
Frank GoreSF232211027395.6070
DeAngelo WilliamsCAR233dnp2102.55387.6050
Mike TolbertCAR301421028799.9080
C.J. SpillerBUF32BYE41102.58556.9080
Stanley HaviliIND41dnp4092.27639077.8
Marshawn LynchSEA32BYE4092.28374.6188.9
Bernard PierceBAL3003281.66213.5075
Jason SnellingATL4dnp211827497087.5
Stepfan TaylorARI0013371.466210.3085.7
Anthony ShermanKCBYE322071.84348.5057.1
Jordan TodmanJAX1112271.45357171.4
Toby GerhartMIN0311161.23165.3050
Jamize OlawaleOAK0020461.24379.2066.7
Dennis JohnsonHOU1022161.25428.4083.3
Rashard MendenhallARI1320061.25469.2083.3
Willis McGaheeCLEBYE202151.25183.60100
Vonta LeachBAL0120251263040
Shonn GreeneTEN30110514112.8080
Jerome FeltonMIN02111514256.2080
Tony FiammettaCHI11300513279060
Jonathan DwyerPIT12200514164080
Knile DavisKCBYE102251.244611.5080
Mark IngramNO32000513196.3060
Erik LorigTB0201140.8221050
Marcus ThigpenMIA0021140.8382.7075
Will TaufoouJAX1120040.8155025
Jonathan StewartCAR0012140.84225.50100
Tommy BohanonNYJBYE2002413113.7075
Daniel ThomasMIA012dnp1414820100
Robert TurbinSEA12BYE0141273.5050
Will JohnsonPIT0111140.83196.3175
Alfred MorrisWAS0003030.632790100
Antone SmithATL0102030.62105066.7
James StarksGB1020030.6242066.7
Collin MooneyTEN0021dnp30.8320.70100
Isaiah PeadSTL0BYE03030.82178.5066.7
Greg JonesHOU1100130.611919033.3
Patrick DiMarcoATL0101130.62126066.7
Lance DunbarDAL0BYE21dnp3133812.70100
Peyton HillisNYG2dnpdnp1031263066.7
John ConnerNYG0300030.6221066.7
Benny CunninghamSTL1BYE00230.833411.30100
Michael BushCHI0020130.622713.5166.7
Darrel YoungWAS12dnpdnpdnp31.516262133.3
Jed CollinsNO0101130.63103.30100
Josh VaughanATLdnp2dnpdnpdnp22273.50100
Cyrus GrayKCBYE001120.5188050
LeGarrette BlountNEBYE000220.513232050
Frank SummersBUF01BYE1dnp20.721470100
James DevelinNEBYE001120.524321.50100
Theo RiddickDET0101020.4155050
Michael RobinsonSEA01BYE1020.522713.50100
Ronnie BrownSD0010120.421260100
LaMichael JamesSF0110020.4144050
BenJarvus Green-EllisCIN00BYE1120.5133050
Brandon BoldenNEBYEdnp11dnp2122914.50100
Chris IvoryNYJBYE101020.511212050
Bryce BrownPHI02BYE0020.5228140100
Felix JonesPIT0010010.21440100
C.J. AndersonDEN001dnpdnp10.300000
Alfonso SmithARI0010010.21660100
Daniel HerronIND1000dnp10.2157570100
Stevan RidleyNEBYE00dnp110.31220100
Darren McFaddenOAKdnpdnpdnp1dnp1100000
Travaris CadetNO0010010.21220100
Evan RoysterWAS0000110.21330100
Tashard ChoiceBUF01BYE0dnp10.31000100
Derrick ColemanSEAdnpdnpBYE1010.51881100
Kendall HunterSF1000010.200000
Justin ForsettJAXdnpdnp1dnpdnp111990100



Sortable Matchup Machine Tight Ends

Here you will find the matchup stats for each Tight End for the week.

Last 3RZ
Green Bay25.728393.2374.7132.9145260.3229.766.869.756.8%54.5%43.2%45.5%4.15.350.7%56.3%
Kansas City27.925347.6377.3129.8149.3217.822865.267.357.3%55.9%42.7%44.1%3.6359.7%77.8%
New England27.931382.8373.7131.3188.3251.6185.370.465.757.9%46.7%42.1%53.3%4.14.358.1%61.5%
New Orleans25.327.7401.6435.398.1130.3303.530567.666.762.8%54.0%37.2%46.0%3.5355.6%66.7%
NY Giants18.414.3307.524683.262.7224.2183.361.86261.4%62.4%38.6%37.6%2.21.747.2%20.0%
NY Jets18.121.3318.1364.3134.9173183.2191.363.868.751.7%47.1%48.3%52.9%2.6450.0%58.3%
San Diego24.423.7381.7327.3123.7149258178.364.859.353.3%47.2%46.7%52.8%3.73.751.5%54.5%
San Francisco24.721325.5334.7139.7151.3185.7183.360.260.747.8%49.5%52.2%50.5%3.53.753.0%36.4%
St. Louis21.819.7304.8245.7109.595.3195.3150.360.554.756.0%44.5%44.0%55.5%3.1351.0%33.3%
Tampa Bay1814.7277214.3100.857.7176.2156.761.35657.2%68.5%42.8%31.6%2.21.751.4%60.0%




Sortable Matchup Machine Defenses

Here you will find the matchup stats for each Defense for the week.

Last 3RZ
Green Bay26.529.7372.8356.3127.5146.3245.321063.45757.1%51.5%42.9%48.5%3.64.359.0%69.2%
Kansas City20.631.7377.7436119140.3258.7295.766.769.760.5%57.4%39.5%42.6%2.5455.8%58.3%
New England21.422.7381.2428.7128.9115252.3313.769.76857.7%58.8%42.3%41.2%3.2451.7%33.3%
New Orleans19.521.3301.3274.3113.3109.7188164.758.758.358.0%57.1%42.0%42.9%2.92.756.6%62.5%
NY Giants23.916.3332.2311108.9124.3223.3186.768.17458.3%58.1%41.7%41.9%2.9354.3%44.4%
NY Jets24.216.7334.9323.788.2112.7246.721165.562.759.8%58.0%40.2%42.0%3.13.344.9%30.0%
San Diego21.219.3370.3378109.5129.7260.8248.361.672.760.7%56.0%39.3%44.0%2.93.361.5%70.0%
San Francisco17.117.7316.5304.798.3110.7218.219462.857.759.7%51.4%40.3%48.5%2.73.347.1%20.0%
St. Louis22.818.7345290.3102.977242.1213.363.466.356.6%60.3%43.4%39.7%3.8450.8%33.3%
Tampa Bay24.332.7348373.7110.1138237.9235.763.864.357.1%43.5%42.9%56.5%3.23.747.1%45.5%




Sortable Matchup Machine Kickers


Here you will find the matchup stats for each Kicker for the week.

Tom Brady@MIN$7,000$13,200$8,50025.962.7308.72.30.6329.
Ryan Fitzpatrick@OAK$5,000$10,350$6,00024.468.6279.82.60.4290.02.71.929.032.029.520.019.420.2
Jake LockerDAL$7,100$11,700$7,40023.166.9270.52.30.5276.02.51.627.023.027.722.521.622.7
Matt CasselNE$5,200$9,200$6,40022.859.2280.42.00.9297.
Andy DaltonATL$7,500$13,050$7,80021.266.7248.91.70.7270.42.01.732.031.025.419.619.019.9
Andrew LuckPHI$8,400$15,250$9,20021.058.3297.41.41.4321.61.52.625.
Robert Griffin IIIJAX$7,300$12,950$7,80020.463.2285.51.61.0297.91.92.526.026.022.419.618.920.0
Peyton ManningKC$8,800$17,300$10,20020.458.0293.62.11.4302.
Joe FlaccoPIT$6,400$11,550$6,80020.256.4270.61.80.7285.91.82.719.017.018.716.015.416.3
Geno Smith@GB$6,200$10,300$6,90019.861.9255.42.00.9263.82.12.328.022.021.818.317.618.6
Shaun Hill@TB$5,000$7,500$4,50019.863.9246.71.91.7267.
Derek CarrHOU$5,300$9,850$5,50019.659.8242.42.00.4248.92.01.824.016.020.616.916.617.1
Drew Brees@CLE$8,300$16,150$9,40019.159.6228.92.11.1240.32.31.823.024.018.418.017.118.2
Nick Foles@IND$8,100$14,100$8,30019.062.0251.21.40.8269.91.72.313.014.017.316.615.717.0
Eli ManningARI$6,200$11,050$6,60018.857.2232.11.91.0251.
Alex Smith@DEN$6,300$4,000$6,70018.457.5225.81.80.5247.31.82.421.
Russell Wilson@SD$7,100$13,550$8,20017.365.3258.61.40.9270.41.41.731.
Aaron RodgersNYJ$7,900$15,200$9,10017.358.7268.91.41.1283.
Cam NewtonDET$7,700$12,600$8,60017.157.0238.91.40.6243.61.52.520.07.012.916.715.817.0
Josh McCownSTL$5,700$10,750$6,30016.868.5278.10.91.1285.61.13.515.
Chad Henne@WAS$6,000$9,300$6,00016.665.3231.41.61.0241.81.71.822.020.016.817.716.718.0
Ben Roethlisberger@BAL$7,300$12,950$7,80016.254.5231.91.61.3242.
Tony Romo@TEN$6,800$12,950$7,80015.762.9241.81.00.8252.91.11.816.05.013.813.913.114.2
Brian HoyerNO$5,000$9,950$5,80015.660.8187.81.30.3205.
Colin KaepernickCHI$7,900$13,350$8,40015.158.6215.21.61.0222.01.62.417.029.013.416.515.316.7
EJ ManuelMIA$6,000$10,750$6,80015.158.1239.20.91.1254.21.12.412.08.09.514.813.715.0
Matthew Stafford@CAR$8,300$15,600$9,30014.866.8237.41.21.2250.
Jay Cutler@SF$7,700$14,400$8,10014.560.9242.91.11.1250.81.12.610.02.09.614.613.514.7
Carson Palmer@NYG$7,300$13,150$6,90014.560.1220.50.91.3241.
Matt Ryan@CIN$8,100$14,350$8,90013.659.7208.91.41.6218.
Ryan Tannehill@BUF$6,500$11,800$6,50010.452.6173.31.01.4178.
Philip RiversSEA$6,200$12,450$8,1009.360.6173.81.11.9180.



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