Week 11 DFS Cheat Sheet (Updated) November 21, 2015  |  Chet

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3. Fantasy Aces Lineups and Configurations

4. Week 11 NFL Odds

5. Week 11 NFL Matchup Statistics

6. DFS Scoring

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Injury News (11/22):

Ed Werder says Darren McFadden will be used as much as possible. There’s of course a chance he tweaks his groin again, but I’d feel safer using him now.

Emmanuel Sanders looked uncomfortable in pregame. It’s below freezing in Chicago and it’s early, so I’m not discounting him completely, but I wouldn’t use him in DFS. Keep an eye on the inactives. (UPDATE: Sanders will not play. Cody Latimer should get the start and has a little fantasy appeal)

Alshon Jeffery and Matt Forte aren’t expected to play. Jeremy Langford will get all the work he can handle.

John Brown is expected to play. I would not use him though. This does hurt Jaron Brown a bit, but Michael Floyd will be “limited at best” according to Adam Schefter, which to me means out. Brown is risky, but still a good target.

Seferian-Jenkins is out again, but Vincent Jackson will play. I think this helps Mike Evans slightly, as he was not handling the barrage of targets well with the extra pressure.

Ladarius Green isn’t expected to play.




Injury News (11/21):

The “Hamstrings of Maricopa County” is a show I think most fantasy players are hoping will be canceled soon, but unfortunately it still lingers, as both Michael Floyd and John Brown both have bad hammies. Brown’s has been a problem for a few weeks now and even though he was able to return to limited practices Thursday and Friday, I don’t see how you can trust him on your fantasy team until he gets some full practices in and gets a “probable” instead of “questionable” tag. Michael Floyd on the other hand has not practiced this week and even though he is questionable, there’s no way I’d start him in any fantasy related games. That leaves Jaron Brown and Andre Ellington as two players who will need to step up in this game. I’d start both in redraft without a second thought and consider them in daily where the price works.

Darren McFadden has a good matchup and will have a competent quarterback to keep defenses honest, but the news that he tweaked his groin muscle on Wednesday is a little worrisome. He got in limited practices after that, but now the Dallas Morning News is predicting he’ll have his snaps reduced, especially with rainy conditions in Miami. I really like DMC in daily fantasy this week, but I’m going to have to take the safer route and not play him in cash games. I still think he should get enough work in a good matchup for redraft leagues and still makes for a good tournament play in DFS.

Tony Romo returns this week from his broken collarbone and should immediately elevate the Cowboys offensive players. Even Terrance Williams has some upside with him back and you know what Dez Bryant can do when these two get going.

Ryan Mathews is out with a concussion, which should keep DeMarco Murray flush with rushing and receiving attempts, giving him a safe fantasy floor. We should see more Darren Sproles as well. He’s risky, but worth a flex in PPR leagues for those that need him.

Adrian Peterson was limited in practice due to a hamstring injury, but it appears they were most likely giving him rest to keep him fresh. He’s listed as probable and is my top running back this week.

Sam Bradford is out with a concussion and separated non-throwing shoulder. Mark Sanchez will take his place and doesn’t hurt the fantasy prospects on the team. Slot receiver Jordan Matthews averaged 12.8 fantasy points with Sanchez last season, to 7.7 without him.

The Panthers’ wide receiver Corey “Philly” Brown will not be able to play and rookie Devin Funchess should get his snaps. Funchess has looked much better of late, so he has decent upside, but he’s still risky with Greg Olsen as the primary receiver and the run being the Panthers preferred mode of transporting the ball.

With Julian Edelman out, Danny Amendola should get the biggest uptick in production, but we also may see an increase for Keshawn Martin and Aaron Dobson. Martin is the most likely of the two, but has been dealing with a hamstring issue. Amendola is my clear pick here either way.

Leonard Hankerson is listed as probable and will return this week against the Colts. He hasn’t done enough this season to warrant much fantasy consideration except in four receiver leagues, but his presence should help Matt Ryan’s upside a little.

Ladarius Green practiced on Friday, but it had been three weeks since he was last on the practice field. He’s listed as questionable, but he’s not worth a play at this point. But it would be nice to at least see him get out there for Philip Rivers’ prospects.

Malcom Floyd won’t play this week, Keenan Allen is out for the season and Antonio Gates was able to return to practice on Friday, but is not 100%, or even close if he looks anything like last week. That leaves Stevie Johnson, Dontrelle Inman and Danny Woodhead as the top, healthy pass catchers on the team. Gates will still get plenty of targets and is worth a start in redraft, but his upside is limited right now.

Probably the only good news for the 49ers is that Anquan Boldin practiced all week and will be ready to go, but he won’t be enough to give this Blaine Gabbert led passing game any kind of fantasy relevancy in Seattle. Shaun Draughn will draw the start for the still injured Carlos Hyde and is worth a flex spot on some fantasy teams due to volume, but his upside is around the ankle area.

The Bears will be without Eddie Royal and it is also not looking good for Alshon Jeffery this week. Jeffery got a limited practice in on Wednesday and then didn’t practice Thursday or Friday. If this game were against most defenses, I’d be all over Marquess Wilson, Martellus Bennett and maybe even Zach Miller, but the Broncos are stout. I think there is redraft value in there due to how well Jay Cutler has been playing, but hard to recommend them in daily fantasy.

Matt Forte is also looking very iffy and with the way Jeremy Langford has been playing, I doubt they push Forte much. I like Langford in all formats this week. It’s an extremely tough matchup to be sure, but they were able to negate the Rams fast, good pass rushing defense with quick hitters, especially to Langford out of the backfield. He’s not a locked and loaded top-5 play, but he has upside.

Marshawn Lynch didn’t practice all week, but looks like he will go. There’s always a chance he sits, but Pete Carroll says Lynch is “on the positive side of questionable,” for what that’s worth.

Brian Hoyer is out with a concussion, which leaves T.J. Yates to lead the way. Thankfully for Yates, DeAndre Hopkins returned to practice on Friday. He’ll have a tough matchup with Darrelle Revis, but looks to be healthy enough, with enough targets, to give him plenty of upside.

Karlos Williams was limited on Friday due to an illness, but he appears likely to play. He’s scored a touchdown in every game he’s played, which is crazy, especially with his eight touches last week and nine the week before, in which he manufactured three touchdowns. Regression will catch up with Williams and that could be this week, but I’m not going to completely fade him, he’s just been too good.

Did you hear? Peyton Manning is out and Brock Osweiler will start! He of course can’t do any worse than Peyton has in his down games this season and his mobility is a big help to Gary Kubiak’s offense, with rollouts and stretch plays. I think Brocky Mountain High helps this offense more than hurts it, but I also think they’ll run the ball as much as they can and with Forte, Jeffery and Royal all hurting, it’s going to be tough for Chicago to put up a bunch of points on Denver’s top defense, which would get Osweiler throwing more.

Emmanuel Sanders practiced Thursday and Friday and will be a go in Chicago. He’s not 100% with multiple ailments, but still is worth a start in redraft. I’d stay away in daily.

Vincent Jackson will be a game-time-decision, while Austin Seferian-Jenkins looks like he will miss yet another game. Jackson practiced Thursday and Friday, but there’s no guarantee he will play, especially with how careful Lovie Smith is with injuries. This could set up to be yet another target hogging day for Mike Evans.

Andrew Luck is out for around a month and Matt Hasselbeck will start in his place. Hass limits the upside of most of the offensive players to some degree, but also doesn’t kill their fantasy value.

Interim coach Dan Campbell once again said that Jay Ajayi has earned more touches with his strong play. That’s somewhat scary for Lamar Miller backers, but I’m not too worried about it, especially this week against a Cowboys’ team giving up good yardage through the air to running backs, which is where Miller still outplays Ajayi.

Ryan Fitzpatrick will play after having surgery early in the week on his non-throwing thumb. He should be fine to continue at his normal level, which helps Eric Decker and Brandon Marshall, both who are listed as probable.

Eddie Lacy practiced all week and is listed as probable. He also got a little media pep-talk from his coach, who said Lacy had one of his better practices on Thursday and that he’s “bouncing back,” which I’m going to take as a jab at his weight, which is wasn’t, but I’ll take it that way because it’s more fun. James Starks is still going to get the start, but coach McCarthy says Lacy will get the next series and there will be a more even split.


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Sample FanDuel Lineups

Cash LU

Cash LU


Cash LU: Even with all their injuries, I like Rivers in a nice matchup at home. KC’s defense has looked much better of late, but they haven’t faced the greatest competition. An injured Peyton Manning, Matthew Stafford, Landry Jones and Teddy Bridgewater have not played well against them recently, but Jay Cutler, Andy Dalton, Aaron Rodgers, a healthier Peyton Manning and a couple Texans’ QBs put up nice fantasy stats. Rivers has lost some playmakers, but he throws the ball a ton and has always been able to put up numbers after his start receivers have gone down. West will be heavily owned and for good reason. He’s seen 75 touches over the last 3 games and gets one of, if not the worst, rush defense against San Diego. Peterson has looked like his old self of late and has been putting up big numbers. The Packers could get a lead on the Vikings, but they don’t abandon the run as Peterson is the focal point of this offense. Amendola will be another staple for most cash games this week. The last time the Pats played Buffalo, they threw the ball non-stop and kept them on their heals. Now without Lewis or Edelman, Amendola should be a target hog king. Crabtree has looked healthy and on point of late, even better than Cooper in some ways. Detroit’s pass defense is weak, especially against #2 receivers. With Michael Floyd and John Brown hurting, I expect Fitz to get a ton of work as Palmer exacts a little revenge on his old team. I’m not sold on any one tight end this week other than Gronk, and he’ll most likely be a GPP play with a cheaper QB. Kelce has six receptions in each of his last two games and the Chargers have been middling against tight ends. His floor is pretty high in this game and if he can gind the end zone he should be a Top 3 play this week. I had the money left over for Gostkowski. Eagles defense has been sneaky good all season. Well, maybe not sneaky, but good. They rank 5th in D/ST fantasy points and Winston has thrown 1.2 interceptions per game, despite having a turnover free stretch.



GPP LU (Thursday)


GPP Thur LU: Stafford has been awful for the most part this year, but did show he still can put up big numbers, as seen against Chicago in Week 6. The Raiders are a similarly poor pass defense. Freeman has a lot of upside in this game, especially at home on turf. Ivory turned things around last week and gets a nice matchup and a possible good game script. Crabs and Fitz are my high upside, safer plays this week, while Hurns gets a great matchup and even though his price and injury fears aren’t my favorite, I love his upside Thursday night. Eric Ebron has a great matchup and the Seahawks face the Gabbert in Seattle.

New Lineups for Sunday:



Cash LU

Cash LU


I’m really liking this Lions/Raiders game for points and value. Stafford should throw the ball a ton in this one and Golden Tate gets the best matchup, Peterson is a low risk stuf in a nice matchup. Miller gets a great matchup against Dallas and i think he takes it to them through the air. Stevie Johnson is the best target Rivers has and gets the best matchup on the team. Gronk does Gronk stuff.

Cash LU

Cash LU

I’m high on Mr. Carr against a Lions defense who hasn’t kept an opposing QB under 18 fantasy points all season. I’m coupling him with Crabtree because of price and I think a slightly better matchup. Freeman and West have a ton of upside as truly 3-down backs in good matchup and their usage in the passing game is nice in cash lineups as it elevates their floor. With Sanders out I’m moving to DT as a safe cash play and I love Matthews with Sanchez at the helm this week. . I’m sticking with Kelce here since I think he’ll lead the team in targets in a nice matchup. Prater is cheap, in a dome and in a projected high scoring game. Blaine Gabbert.

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Sample DraftKings Lineups

Thursday GPP


Sunday 50/50


Sunday GPP





DraftKings Lineup Configurations

Thursday GPP

Derek Carr is not playing like an overmatched 2nd year QB. He’s playing like a fantasy QB1 and this week he gets to face one of the three worst pass defenses in the NFL. I’m going to pair him up with Amari Cooper and shoot for a big score. Saving a little money at QB allows me to load up at RB with Freeman and the red hot Miller. Amendola should get a lot of the work Julian Edelman saw and Tavon Austin can get you points in a variety of ways. The Eagles do not have a great pass defense, hence Mike Evans, but they also force a lot of turnovers and can always break one on Special Teams. I have no issue playing a WR and DEF that are opposing each other. Gillmore is my TE against a Rams team that just made Zach Miller look like Jerry Rice.

Sunday 50/50

Cash games are all about safety and volume. Don’t worry so much about upside. Upside is much less of an issue than safety. Philip Rivers is one of the safest QB’s in the league who is going to throw, throw, throw. The volume is definitely going to be there against a weak KC pass defense. Gurley, AP, and Murray are the bell cows for their teams and should have the opportunity to put up 20 carries each. Decker, Matthews, and Adams are target machines and all cost relatively low. Their upside is limited without TD’s, but their floor is very high because of the number of receptions and yards they get on a weekly basis. Gillmore is a very inexpensive option at TE that gets to face the same team that was just lit up by Zach Miller. Carolina is about as safe as it gets on defense. They sack the QB and don’t give up a ton of points. Don’t let the matchup against the Redskins fool you, Washington is not a real threat to blow up this Panthers D.

Sunday GPP

Mark Sanchez isn’t a great real life QB but he did great as a fantasy option last year for the Eagles and now he’s back behind center at min price. Pairing him up with Matthews against one of the worst fantasy defenses gives you enough roster flexibility to go big at other positions. One of those positions is RB where AP is rolling and is at a reduced price, Lamar Miller is one of the hottest RB in the league, and West is an RB1 at RB3 prices. Amari Cooper is a stud against a bottom 3 pass defense and Eric Decker is about as solid a bet for a 6-75-1 line as there is in football. Jordan Reed is developing into a reliable TE1 and appears to finally be healthy. The Seahawks have the best matchup of any defense in the league facing a weak SF offense.


As much as I was hoping to give a new QB/WR stack for this update, I just can’t get off the Carr/Cooper duo. They’ve been playing great and the matchup against Detroit is outstanding. Their prices are low enough that it’s a stack that won’t cripple you either and you can afford some studs elsewhere. Two of those studs are Adrian Peterson and Rob Gronkowski. Peterson always tears up Dom Capers’ defenses and Gronk should be seeing even more targets with Julian Edelman out for this game. If Gronk doesn’t see the targets then Danny Amendola will. I don’t like to play a WR/TE stack but the prices and opportunity worked out here. What are the Patriots going to do, run? Not likely. My other 2 RB are two of the hottest around in Lamar Miller (7 TD since Dan Campbell took over as coach) and Charcandrick West (300+ yards and 4 TD in the last three games). West’s price is just stupid low. You have to have him in your lineups. My last WR will be Tavon Austin against a horrendous Ravens secondary. As I often do I’m back to the Philly defense to round out my team. Their upside is outstanding and their price is very low, all things considered.


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Sample FantasyAces Lineups

Thursday GPP


Sunday 50/50


Sunday GPP 1

11FA Sun GPP 1

Sunday GPP 2

11FA Sun GPP 2

FantasyAces Lineup Configurations


Thursday GPP

Again, Thursday is not the night I like to roster players. Last week I didn’t even offer a GPP lineup, and I’m happy that I didn’t. The only player that did well is the one I recommended for cash games: Eric Decker. His 17.5 FP would have been nice, but, frankly, the game was obviously going to be more of a defensive battle and I gladly gave up those points for a chance at a better Sunday play. That being said, there is a case to be made for a couple of players here. One is Delanie Walker, who is – by far – Marcus Mariota’s favorite option. I’m rolling with him – and only him – from this game. Bortles is a bit too expensive for where I rank him, though I do prefer him to Mariota as I don’t think the Jags will be able to run the ball against a stout Tennessee run D. No, for GPPs my eyes are dead set on Matt Stafford and Tyrod Taylor.

Stafford gets to play in the dome against an Oakland pass defense that has given up 293.2 YPG to opposing QBs. That number, still 2nd worst in the league, is only below 300 because Teddy Bridgewater didn’t have to do anything last week because AP ran all over the Raiders. Before that, Oakland was giving up 315 YPG. Yeah, I’m targeting Stafford on FantasyAces, and I’m pairing him with Calvin Johnson who I think is in for a huge day. I’m going RB heavy with Charcandrick West (my top RB play of the week), Lamar Miller and Darren McFadden. Filling in the other flex spot it Davante Adams, who is finally becoming the WR we all drafted when Jordy Nelson went down in the preseason. He had 21 targets last week. 21!!!!! That’s insane.

Sunday 50/50

There are some similar names here, so I won’t rehash them. The new QB in this cash setup is Alex Smith. Everyone loves to hate, but he doesn’t make mistakes and will be in a game that should see plenty of points (45 O/U). I’m expecting a ton of screen passes to Charcandrick West this week and would expect Smith to hit 250, 2TDs and 20-30 rushing yards. He’s safe. I’m going RB heavy, inserting Jonathan Stewart and Frank Gore. Neither wow, but neither ruin lineups either. They both get great matchups this week and should be leaned upon heavily. I love Michael Crabtree this week. While Cooper gets the tough coverage this week, Crabs should have plenty of room to run against a very weak secondary (especially against WR 2s). Carr will find him repeatedly in what should be a shootout. Greg Olsen slots in at TE, while I filled in DST with Seattle. The only other option I’m using in cash lineups this week is Carolina.

Sunday GPP

Case Keenum. Get used to it. Rarely do you see a starting QB for the bare minimum $4,500 on FantasyAces, but you have one this week. He gets the best matchup a QB could hope for, going against the pathetic passing defense of the Ravens. Is it a safe play? Not even close, but that’s why this is a tournament lineup. We’re looking for upside, and Keenum certainly has that this week. McFadden has a tremendous matchup this week and is worth a look at his price. With Romo back, opposing teams will actually have to stop stacking the box, lest they give up 200 yards to Bryant, who, not coincidentally, I’ve included as a Flex option here. Gronk destroyed the Bills earlier this season, and I expect another big game with Edelman out of the picture. Amendola and LaFell will certainly take some targets, but I think Brady will focus on his big TE. Eric Ebron gets a dream matchup against the TE defense of Oakland. I think this game sets up well for him, especially at his price. Let’s hope that Stafford doesn’t get tunnel vision for Megatron.

Sunday GPP 2

In place of Keenum, I’ve rostered Winston, who gets to go up against the vaunted Philly pass defense (Did you catch the sarcasm? Was it obvious enough?). To be fair, I think Winston will throw a pick or two — Philly is known for it’s big plays on D. However, the chance for a ton of yardage here exists, and I’m expecting him to throw it 20 times to Evans. I’ve gone a little pricier at RB here with Freeman, who I think is in for a major bounce back week. I wouldn’t be shocked to see numbers similar to the ones he was putting up earlier in the season, when he was single-handedly winning people DFS contests. I like the Chiefs this week, even against a QB as solid as Rivers. San Diego’s offensive line is, frankly, awful. They can’t run and are only marginally better at pass protection. Rivers, being the highly skilled QB he is, can usually counter this by getting the ball off extremely quickly. I have a feeling that it won’t be quick enough for the likes of Houston, Hali and Johnson coming at him. I expect at least a couple of turnovers, sacks and — hopefully — a score.


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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.

RB1Shonn GreeneDAL3300740050002927.4144.45.31.13646.37.70.75283027.528.131.431.7
RB2Bishop SankeyDAL3000710059002927.4144.45.31.13646.37.70.75283027.528.131.431.7
RB3Dexter McClusterDAL3000450045002927.4144.45.31.13646.37.70.75283027.528.131.431.7
RB1Chris Johnson@GB590010050700023.228.3146.15.214.5639.78.70.1130292622.825.125.4
RB2Chris Ivory@GB48005750570023.228.3146.15.214.5639.78.70.1130292622.825.125.4
RB1Giovani BernardATL630011800780021.426.8131.14.90.894.7836.27.60.22262223.322.324.724.9
RB2Jeremy HillATL30006000490021.426.8131.14.90.894.7836.27.60.22262223.322.324.724.9
RB1DeMarco Murray@TEN750012150850022.624.396.241.336.6762.19.30.11251523.225.828.929.2
RB1Montee BallKC680011750810023.627.9124.84.50.885.2556.610.80.3815323.22123.423.5
RB1Arian Foster@OAK70001240083002425.9108.94.20.895.5656.110.10.67181823.223.826.526.7
RB2Lance Dunbar@TEN30005750470022.624.396.241.336.6762.19.30.11251523.225.828.929.2
RB2Ronnie HillmanKC30005350460023.627.9124.84.50.885.2556.610.80.3815323.22123.423.5
RB1Frank GoreCHI490010050740025.627.6172.76.31.333.22185.60323222.526.628.829
RB2Carlos HydeCHI33006100620025.627.6172.76.31.333.22185.60323222.526.628.829
RB1Adrian PetersonNE740013000880019.325.5114.54.50.634.8842.48.70.25271321.221.924.424.7
RB1Marshawn Lynch@SD720013600900018.921.1934.41.33534.76.90312820.419.521.922
RB2Robert Turbin@SD30004000450018.921.1934.41.33534.76.90312820.419.521.922
RB3Christine Michael@SD30004950460018.921.1934.41.33534.76.90312820.419.521.922
RB1Pierre Thomas@CLE52009850650016.525.11094.30.384.7547.810.10231719.521.223.924
RB2Mark Ingram@CLE45008600590016.525.11094.30.384.7547.810.10231719.521.223.924
RB3Khiry Robinson@CLE30005400470016.525.11094.30.384.7547.810.10231719.521.223.924
RB1LeSean McCoy@IND820014450920017.824.6107.94.40.784.2231.27.40.11222418.318.920.821
RB2Darren Sproles@IND51007900600017.824.6107.94.40.784.2231.27.40.11222418.318.920.821
RB1Doug MartinSTL5100985074002023.477.
RB3Mike JamesSTL3000400058002023.477.
RB1Maurice Jones-DrewHOU36008100560018.624.41154.70.564.2237.68.90.3312121821.223.123.3
RB2Darren McFaddenHOU30006000560018.624.41154.70.564.2237.68.90.3312121821.223.123.3
RB3Latavius MurrayHOU30004000450018.624.41154.70.564.2237.68.90.3312121821.223.123.3
RB4Marcel ReeceHOU30005650450018.624.41154.70.564.2237.68.90.3312121821.223.123.3
RB1Justin ForsettPIT50004000520017.121.794.64.414.4429.96.70.11212516.720.822.722.9
RB1Toby Gerhart@WAS50009750580018.723.
RB2Bernard PiercePIT36006650530017.121.794.64.414.4429.96.70.11212516.720.822.722.9
RB2Jordan Todman@WAS39006250450018.723.
RB1Andre Ellington@NYG580010550680018.823.589.33.80.756.6360.99.20.134516.620.423.523.7
RB1C.J. SpillerMIA600010050750015.326.6121.84.60.443.89246.20292116.621.924.324.4
RB1Lamar Miller@BUF46008800630019.626128.14.913.6320.55.70.1319616.619.921.821.9
RB2Jonathan Dwyer@NYG44006500540018.823.589.33.80.756.6360.99.20.134516.620.423.523.7
RB2Knowshon Moreno@BUF570010200700019.626128.14.913.6320.55.70.1319616.619.921.821.9
RB3Stepfan Taylor@NYG38004600490018.823.589.33.80.756.6360.99.20.134516.620.423.523.7
RB3Bryce BrownMIA30004000470015.326.6121.84.60.443.89246.20292116.621.924.324.4
RB3Fred JacksonMIA40007950570015.326.6121.84.60.443.89246.20292116.621.924.324.4
RB1Shane Vereen@MIN590011800680015.421.885.23.90.445.6746.68.20.22162315.823.82727.1
RB2Stevan Ridley@MIN37007000600015.421.885.23.90.445.6746.68.20.22162315.823.82727.1
RB3James White@MIN30005400450015.421.885.23.90.445.6746.68.20.22162315.823.82727.1
RB1Trent RichardsonPHI4600805064001723.881.83.40.754.634810.40.13111415.719.421.822.2
RB2Ahmad BradshawPHI4000645052001723.881.83.40.754.634810.40.13111415.719.421.822.2
RB1Alfred MorrisJAX520010600720014.625.989.43.50.635.528.45.20.13242715.222.424.825
RB2Roy HeluJAX30005200500014.625.989.43.50.635.528.45.20.13242715.222.424.825
RB1Jamaal Charles@DEN740014500910016.624.51004.10.884.8829.460.139213.821.623.924.2
RB2Knile Davis@DEN30004650450016.624.51004.10.884.8829.460.139213.821.623.924.2
RB1Le'Veon Bell@BAL760011600890016.32389.33.90.564.6736.97.90.3310812.817.719.920.1
RB2LeGarrette Blount@BAL30005650460016.32389.33.90.564.6736.97.90.3310812.817.719.920.1
RB1Ben TateNO46008200670013.820.992.24.40.563.7825.76.80.11202012.518.620.520.5
RB2Terrance WestNO48007800530013.820.992.24.40.563.7825.76.80.11202012.518.620.520.5
RB1Zac Stacy@TB550010000770012.924.398.340.334.1126.76.508261217.820.320.5
RB1Steven Jackson@CIN4100790067001220.877.
RB2Jacquizz Rodgers@CIN3000620048001220.877.
RB3Devonta Freeman@CIN3000625052001220.877.
RB1Reggie Bush@CAR600010000780010.718.878.
RB1Ryan MathewsSEA45008700680011.422.689.8406.3836.95.807410.11719.619.7
RB2Joique Bell@CAR53009700680010.718.878.
RB2Danny WoodheadSEA45008400570011.422.689.8406.3836.95.807410.11719.619.7
RB3Theo Riddick@CAR30004000450010.718.878.
RB3Donald BrownSEA33004900500011.422.689.8406.3836.95.807410.11719.619.7
RB1Eddie LacyNYJ600012200820013.52378.53.40.54358.80.13218.515.917.918
RB2James StarksNYJ45008600690013.52378.53.40.54358.80.13218.515.917.918
RB1DeAngelo WilliamsDET340073506000122080.840.382.8819.56.80.13516717.118.919
RB2Jonathan StewartDET300059504600122080.840.382.8819.56.80.13516717.118.919
RB3Mike TolbertDET300052004700122080.840.382.8819.56.80.13516717.118.919
RB1Matt Forte@SF80001470086001120.377.
RB2Shaun Draughn@SF3000400045001120.377.
RB1Rashad JenningsARI51001040067008.417.449.82.90.25425.86.40.1319414.316.716.8
RB2Andre WilliamsARI3200530050008.417.449.82.90.25425.86.40.1319414.316.716.8

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Excel: Week 11 Matchup Stats



Sortable Matchup Machine Quarterbacks

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

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BLTNYG2314.73025.2Ð Ð271.9+1820.4
CHIJAX719+835.8+1264.72514.8Ð Ð Ð
CLVTEN2911.4Ð Ð3222.5Ð Ð Ð2755.2Ð2119Ð
DALGB918.1+2925.6Ð Ð1762.3925.2+
INDHST2811.7Ð Ð3124Ð Ð2952.1Ð3010.7Ð Ð Ð
NECIN1416.52626.3Ð2259.42614.4Ð Ð Ð
NYJARZ1915.22028.4Ð2359.12912.2Ð Ð Ð
OAKKC2513.4Ð738+11652713.5Ð Ð Ð
SDDEN2413.8Ð1033.53238.3Ð Ð Ð2318.2Ð
SFBUF3010.5Ð Ð Ð1332.41363.32813.1Ð Ð Ð
WASPHI3110.5Ð Ð Ð1530.82853.7Ð325.6Ð Ð Ð




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.


Football Outsiders WR/TE/RB Matchup Chart

You can find this chart HERE, but we wanted to make it sortable for you. It breaks down the rankings for defenses against WR1, WR2, “Other” WR, TE and RB against the pass.


WR1Julian Edelman@MIN620010700640027.214.33202.914.21.33303129.1732.139.139.3
WR2Kenbrell Thompkins@MIN37004750450027.214.33202.914.21.33303129.1732.139.139.3
WR3Aaron Dobson@MIN30006800490027.214.33202.914.21.33303129.1732.139.139.3
WR4Danny Amendola@MIN36007050490027.214.33202.914.21.33303129.1732.139.139.3
WR5Brandon LaFell@MIN30004000450027.214.33202.914.21.33303129.1732.139.139.3
WR1Jordy NelsonNYJ660011900790025.513.5187.913.91.25182925.3332.438.838.8
WR1Eric Decker@GB53009750630025.412.44178.414.31.44281925.3331.136.836.8
WR2Randall CobbNYJ640011550760025.513.5187.913.91.25182925.3332.438.838.8
WR2Jeremy Kerley@GB31007000460025.412.44178.414.31.44281925.3331.136.836.8
WR3Jarrett BoykinNYJ30007650490025.513.5187.913.91.25182925.3332.438.838.8
WR3David Nelson@GB30004000450025.412.44178.414.31.44281925.3331.136.836.8
WR1Andre Johnson@OAK640011100710023.711.67164.214.11.44293224.3333.140.340.6
WR2DeAndre Hopkins@OAK48009550610023.711.67164.214.11.44293224.3333.140.340.6
WR1Pierre GarconJAX64001105069002412.75186.914.71.13262124.1728.433.733.7
WR2DeSean JacksonJAX5300990064002412.75186.914.71.13262124.1728.433.733.7
WR3Andre RobertsJAX3000475045002412.75186.914.71.13262124.1728.433.733.7
WR1Percy Harvin@SD640010700760022.212.89175.813.61313023.8333.941.241.3
WR2Doug Baldwin@SD34008050450022.212.89175.813.61313023.8333.941.241.3
WR3Jermaine Kearse@SD30005600450022.212.89175.813.61313023.8333.941.241.3
WR1Reggie WaynePHI53009850620022.814.13191.413.50.88252222.8339.648.148.1
WR2T.Y. HiltonPHI50009900640022.814.13191.413.50.88252222.8339.648.148.1
WR3Hakeem NicksPHI47007000580022.814.13191.413.50.88252222.8339.648.148.1
WR1Kelvin BenjaminDET590010250660025.411.5175.415.31.25201020.536.943.443.4
WR2Jerricho CotcheryDET30007150500025.411.5175.415.31.25201020.536.943.443.4
WR1Kendall WrightDAL580010600610021.412.13168.313.91272020.1731.638.338.6
WR2Nate WashingtonDAL34006300510021.412.13168.313.91272020.1731.638.338.6
WR3Justin HunterDAL43008650570021.412.13168.313.91272020.1731.638.338.6
WR1Torrey SmithPIT5000940059002313.1117713.51.11191419.8324.930.330.4
WR1A.J. GreenATL820013650850017.911.33160.414.20.78322619.833440.740.7
WR1Greg JenningsNE51009450570024.111.25172.515.31.25141619.8327.63333.2
WR2Steve SmithPIT5500875063002313.1117713.51.11191419.8324.930.330.4
WR2Mohamed SanuATL34005800470017.911.33160.414.20.78322619.833440.740.7
WR2Cordarrelle PattersonNE630010900710024.111.25172.515.31.25141619.8327.63333.2
WR3Marlon BrownPIT3000505045002313.1117713.51.11191419.8324.930.330.4
WR3Jarius WrightNE30004550450024.111.25172.515.31.25141619.8327.63333.2
WR1Demaryius ThomasKC700013800870024.513.25196.814.817719.3326.532.432.8
WR2Emmanuel SandersKC600011300690024.513.25196.814.817719.3326.532.432.8
WR4Cody LatimerKC30004000450024.513.25196.814.817719.3326.532.432.8
WR1Marques Colston@CLE540010200560022.113.13141.610.81.523231924.731.131.2
WR2Kenny Stills@CLE39008000480022.113.13141.610.81.523231924.731.131.2
WR3Brandin Cooks@CLE53009950630022.113.13141.610.81.523231924.731.131.2
WR1James JonesHOU40006750500021.612.33148.712.11.22242718.8322.326.626.6
WR2Rod StreaterHOU46008000510021.612.33148.712.11.22242718.8322.326.626.6
WR4Andre HolmesHOU30006750490021.612.33148.712.11.22242718.8322.326.626.6
WR1Kenny Britt@TB30007650450024.111.89161.113.61.44111818.53036.436.6
WR2Brian Quick@TB48006300520024.111.89161.113.61.44111818.53036.436.6
WR3Tavon Austin@TB37007500550024.111.89161.113.61.44111818.53036.436.6
WR1Jeremy Maclin@IND61009800630022.411.67170.714.61.11131518.3331.437.337.5
WR2Riley Cooper@IND40007800540022.411.67170.714.61.11131518.3331.437.337.5
WR3Jordan Matthews@IND33007150480022.411.67170.714.61.11131518.3331.437.337.5
WR1Vincent JacksonSTL500010650730018.113.25166.512.60.515251728.334.234.5
WR2Mike EvansSTL40008750600018.113.25166.512.60.515251728.334.234.5
WR3Robert HerronSTL30004000460018.113.25166.512.60.515251728.334.234.5
WR1Michael CrabtreeCHI51009800650021.410.78139.112.91.22172415.526.831.631.7
WR2Anquan BoldinCHI53009500640021.410.78139.112.91.22172415.526.831.631.7
WR1Dwayne Bowe@DEN45008300640019.611.38144.412.71.1321171530.83737.1
WR2Donnie Avery@DEN48006600500019.611.38144.412.71.1321171530.83737.1
WR1Cecil Shorts@WAS45008200590018.310.11132.613.10.89222814.8332.939.639.8
WR2Marqise Lee@WAS43007850540018.310.11132.613.10.89222814.8332.939.639.8
WR3Allen Hurns@WAS51008450570018.310.11132.613.10.89222814.8332.939.639.8
WR1Antonio Brown@BAL760013650830021.311.7816013.6191314.333036.236.3
WR2Markus Wheaton@BAL49009050510021.311.7816013.6191314.333036.236.3
WR3Lance Moore@BAL33006450480021.311.7816013.6191314.333036.236.3
WR2Alshon Jeffery@SF620012250760018.513.63168.512.40.51021324.530.330.5
WR3Brandon Marshall@SF800013250800018.513.63168.512.40.51021324.530.330.5
WR3Josh Morgan@SF30004000450018.513.63168.512.40.51021324.530.330.5
WR1Sammy WatkinsMIA3600925059001712.3315812.80.44121211.6721.527.527.6
WR2Mike WilliamsMIA3000615048001712.3315812.80.44121211.6721.527.527.6
WR3Robert WoodsMIA3500585052001712.3315812.80.44121211.6721.527.527.6
WR1Victor CruzARI600010200690017.612.25144.911.80.63538.8324.430.430.4
WR2Rueben RandleARI43008500550017.612.25144.911.80.63538.8324.430.430.4
WR3Jerrel JerniganARI33005400480017.612.25144.911.80.63538.8324.430.430.4
WR1Dez Bryant@TEN710013000820013.910.11121.912.10.441697.3317.522.322.4
WR2Terrance Williams@TEN47009800610013.910.11121.912.10.441697.3317.522.322.4
WR3Cole Beasley@TEN30006250450013.910.11121.912.10.441697.3317.522.322.4
WR2Donnie AveryTEN30005950450013.910.11121.912.10.441697.3317.522.3
WR1Dwayne BoweTEN49008700640013.910.11121.912.10.441697.3317.522.3
WR1Miles AustinNO300061504500148.78115.213.10.67687.172429.429.5
WR2Andrew HawkinsNO490078005200148.78115.213.10.67687.172429.429.5
WR1Calvin Johnson@CAR850014450920015.610.89141.3130.443672025.525.8
WR2Golden Tate@CAR52009900500015.610.89141.3130.443672025.525.8
WR1Vincent JacksonCAR590010700730015.610.89141.3130.443672025.5
WR1Larry Fitzgerald@NYG62009700690013.410.5118.911.30.388115.8327.333.433.4
WR1Julio Jones@CIN7500130008400189.75114.411.71.13445.8325.631.631.7
WR2Michael Floyd@NYG600010400660013.410.5118.911.30.388115.8327.333.433.4
WR2Roddy White@CIN6100110507200189.75114.411.71.13445.8325.631.631.7
WR3John Brown@NYG30005400450013.410.5118.911.30.388115.8327.333.433.4
WR3Harry Douglas@CIN410085005300189.75114.411.71.13445.8325.631.631.7
WR1Mike Wallace@BUF610010550620013.19.88116.611.80.38253.535.842.242.2
WR2Brian Hartline@BUF36008250450013.19.88116.611.80.38253.535.842.242.2
WR3Brandon Gibson@BUF30004000450013.19.88116.611.80.38253.535.842.242.2
WR1Keenan AllenSEA540010350720012.58.594.611.10.75112.6720.625.425.6
WR2Malcom FloydSEA34007750450012.58.594.611.10.75112.6720.625.425.6
WR3Eddie RoyalSEA30004800490012.58.594.611.10.75112.6720.625.425.6


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