Week 13 DFS Cheat Sheet: FantasyDraft and Yahoo! (UPDATED) December 3, 2016  |  Ian Goldsmith


Welcome to Week 13 of the 2016 The Fake Football FantasyDraft and Yahoo! DFS Cheat Sheet!

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Sunday Update:

Marvin Jones will test out his thigh this morning and is still a game-time decision. Even if he goes, I’d probably steer clear and bump up Tate, Ebron and Boldin.

Tavon Austin is out. Kenny Britt should see a few more targets.

Aaron Rodgers will play.

Brady, Edelman, Hogan and Bennett will all play.

Jordan Matthews won’t play.

Mark Ingram will play. He could be limited with his toe injury, but there is no real clarity from reports.

DeVante Parker isn’t expected to play, but will see how he feels in warm ups. Play it safe and bench him.

Michael Crabtree and Latavius Murray will play.

 

Update:

Jeremy Maclin is out against the Falcons. Tyreek Hill and Travis Kelce should be set up for good games, as the Falcons should push Kansas City to throw the ball more.

The Lions promoted T.J. Jones from their practice squad, which is a concerning sign for Marvin Jones availability after he wasn’t seen doing much work in practice this week. Even if he were to suit up, I’d be hard pressed to trust him this week.

Brandon Marshall missed Friday’s practice, but got a full practice in on Saturday and isn’t even listed on the injury report. He gets a nice matchup Monday night and should be in your lineups.

Andrew Luck is not on the injury report and has cleared his concussion protocol. He gets a favorable matchup Monday night against the Jets and can be used without worry.

Charles Clay did not travel with the Bills due to the birth of his child. He still could meet the team, but he is questionable.

The Steelers signed kicker Randy Bullock after Chris Boswell landed on the injury report. Bullock will likely handle all the kicking duties, but the Steelers may also lean on the 2-point conversion instead of extra points and might tend to go for it on fourth down past mid-field.

 

Injury Report:

Brandon Marshall missed Friday’s practice and has now missed the last two practices, but the Jets do play on Monday night, so they could just be giving Marshall some rest. If he practices on Saturday, he should be okay to play

Paxton Lynch will start against the Jaguars and gets a tough matchup against the Jaguars pass defense on the road. He’s only worth a flier in 2QB leagues this week.

Jordan Reed is officially out for Week 13. Vernon Davis will take over for him this week and gets a boost with Tyrann Mathieu doubtful. Reed has a chance to return next week.

Tyrell Williams returned to practice Friday and says he will play. Williams is playing with a torn labrum, so we should be a little wary of him this week, but he gets a nice matchup and has been the Chargers leading receiver this season. I’ll be playing him in redraft leagues without a thought.

DeVante Parker didn’t practice this week. Parker is a long shot to play and even if he does suit up, he won’t be a recommended start. Jarvis Landry should see a bump in targets, while Kenny Stills and Leonte Carroo will see a bump in snaps.

Kelvin Benjamin practiced again on Friday. Benjamin should be ready to go for this week. He gets a tough matchup, but his workload should still make him a start in most leagues.

Jeremy Maclin is listed as questionable against the Falcons. Maclin was able to get limited practices in this week and it appears he is going to play. He hadn’t been putting up good numbers when playing, so I’d take a wait and see stance on him this week. He could hurt Tyreek Hill a little, but I expect Kansas City will need to throw the ball enough that Hill should see similar work to what he’s been getting while Maclin has been out.

Jordan Matthews didn’t practice on Friday and is considered a game-time decision. The Eagles are thin at wide receiver, so they will likely let Matthews play if he says he can. As far as his fantasy value goes, I’d be wary.

Mark Ingram practiced on Friday, but is noncommittal about his availability. Ingram says, “we’ll see,” when asked if he play Sunday. He did say that his toe “felt good” and that his missed practices were due to “soreness,” not something worse. We do know that Tim Hightower is healthy, so there is a good chance he shoulders the bulk of the work against the Lions.

Ryan Mathews won’t play against the Bengals. Wendell Smallwood and Darren Sproles will split the work again sans Mathews. Smallwood should get a few more opportunities in a game the Eagles could lead.

Allen Hurns won’t play Week 13. Hurns is dealing with a hamstring issue. Allen Robinson and Marqise Lee will be the top targets with Julius Thomas also out. Of course the matchup is not a good one.

Chris Ivory has been ruled out against the Broncos. T.J. Yeldon should get the start, but his ankle injury could limit him like it did last week. Denard Robinson will see plenty of work as his backup.

Julius Thomas is doubtful for Week 13. Thomas won’t get to face his old team. Ben Koyack will start, but doesn’t have fantasy value.

Sammy Watkins will play against the Raiders. Watkins is not 100 percent and his offensive coordinator says he still has a broken bone in his foot, but it looks like he’ll play. How much or how effectively is up in the air, but with Robert Woods out, I expect he’ll play as much as he can and is worth a WR2/3 slot. Marquise Goodwin will be the only healthy(ish) starter in the wide receiver group.

Robert Woods has been ruled out for Week 13. Woods hasn’t practiced for two weeks. He should be dropped with Sammy Watkins back (kinda).

Marvin Jones is listed as questionable with a thigh injury. Jones was able to practice, but beat writers believe he isn’t close to 100 percent. He gets a good matchup in New Orleans, but his injury may keep him from breaking out of his slump.

The Panthers ruled out SS Kurt Coleman and MLB Luke Kuechly. Their absence should be a nice bump in production for Jimmy Graham and Doug Baldwin, who do much of their work in the interior of the defense.

Tavon Austin missed practice Friday. Austin’s fantasy value is suspect, but he is a main target for the Rams and his absence could help the Patriots D/ST.

 


 

Sample FantasyDraft Lineups

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CASH

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GPP 2

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GPP 3

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GPP 4

GPP 4

GPP 5

GPP 5

FantasyDraft Lineup Configurations

CASH

Let this be your weekly reminder that we are not trying to come in first place in a cash game, we are merely trying to finish in the top half of our tournaments. This means that we are going to worry a lot more about our floor than our ceiling. There are so many QB’s we can go with this week in our cash games, but I see no reason to not be smart and just play the best one. That one is Drew Brees. The guy averages 360+ yards and 3+ TD at home this season. Those home games have included tilts against DEN, SEA, and LA, so I’m not going to sweat a matchup against the lowly Lions’ secondary at all. I didn’t go out of my way to stack Saints in this game, but Michael Thomas is probably the safest WR for NO and I love safe in a cash game. Donte Moncrief is a little less safe, but he’s up against the Jets and New York is terrible against the pass. Andrew Luck also loves him, and TY Hilton may not be able to play in this game. It all lines up for a ton of targets for Moncrief for a reasonable price tag. I don’t really love any value at WR, so I decided to use a couple of mid-range priced guys in Marshall and Fitzgerald, both of whom should see 8+ targets in plus matchups this weekend.  Old and reliable works for me in cash games. I never thought I’d call Vance McDonald reliable, but the guy has 6+ targets in five straight games and is averaging over 17 yards per reception. At his price, there is no safer value at the position. Doug Martin and Carlos Hyde are kind of boring, but they are priced well considering their upside and both should see 15+ touches easily this weekend. I’m using them in both cash games and GPPs this weekend because all I want from my RB is to not get totally shut out. I’ll get my upside elsewhere. Denver has the best matchup on the board and they are the best defense. I don’t see any reason to mess around there and get cute in cash.

GPPs

As I’ve been doing recently, I decided to narrow down the field of potential plays to those guys that I highlighted on this week’s Cheat Sheet. This allowed me to mix and match players that I felt strongly about while not deviating too much from what lead me to put those players on the sheet in the first place.

The more I think about configuring GPP lineups, the more I realize it’s about having a core group of players and then finding different iterations of players at the remaining positions. You’ll see that I didn’t always include every one of my staple plays, but most of them show up in most of my lineups. By using them consistently and then shifting the supporting cast, I’m increasing my potential to hit a big score if my core guys go off. The reason I picked those players as my core group is that I’m finding there is a lot of value out there with the pass catchers. My staple plays this week are Carlos Hyde, Doug Martin, Jermaine Gresham, the Bengals Defense, Julio Jones, Brandin Cooks, and Odell Beckham.

My goal this week was to spend down at RB/TE/DST in order to spend up at QB/WR. There are just too many good matchups to not try to take advantage of that. As you can see, I narrowed my stacks down to Brees/Cooks, Ryan/Jones, Ben/Brown, and Cousins/Crowder. I know it feels like a case of “one of these things is not like the other”, but with Cousins averaging 375 yards passing over the last five weeks I had to find a way to get him in against an overrated Cardinals’ defense.

I really dislike the RB position as a whole this weekend, so I just focused my attention mainly on guys who I think will get 15+ touches in decent matchups and are underpriced. I mostly settled on Carlos Hyde and Doug Martin. Those guys allowed me to get 3 stud WR and a stud QB in my lineup if I punted DST and TE (which I had no issue doing). I went a little off the grid with my Washington lineup, but that was because I wanted to diversity a little bit. I actually had that lineup completely different with Cousins/Crowder/Marquess Wilson and then mega-stud RB (Bell, McCoy, Howard, and Gordon). While I liked the idea of going total away from my strategy with one of my lineups, I just couldn’t bring myself to move off a lineup that included OBJ, Julio, and Cooks (my top play for the week).

As you’ll see I gave you a bonus lineup this week because I went a little wacky and did a sample DET/NO game stack lineup. If you wanted to go that route it’s pretty darn tasty (watch Willie Snead and Golden Tate go off this week). I don’t really recommend doing this for you main lineup, but there is something to be said for stacking a game with a 54 total (a total I think gets annihilated).

UPDATES:

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UPDATED CASH LINEUP

 Let this be your weekly reminder that we are not trying to come in first place in a cash game, we are merely trying to finish in the top half of our tournaments. This means that we are going to worry a lot more about our floor than our ceiling. There are so many QB’s we can go with this week in our cash games but I see no reason to not be smart and just play the best one. That one is Drew Brees. The guy averages 360+ yards and 3+ TD at home this season. Those home games have included tilts against DEN, SEA, and LA so I’m not going to sweat a matchup against the lowly Lions secondary at all. I went a little nutty with my TE/Flex spots this weekend but I really think a solid case can be made for a triple TE cash game lineup. Graham is going up against the 2nd most generous defense to opposing TE and Eifert is pretty much the only game in town for the Bengals. Both should give you WR2 production at WR3 prices. Doing this allowed me to spend up a bit at RB. In a GPP I want to save money for stud WR but in cash games I want to make sure I’ve got a pair of RB that are going to hit their value. McCoy and Howard are two of the safest plays not named Bell or Johnson. I feel very confident that these two RB will get enough touches to have them both approach 100 total yards with touchdown potential. I wanted to get a piece of DET on this team and it was either Ebron and a lesser WR or Tate and Vance McDonald at TE. While I think that Ebron has a ton of upside for a TE, Tate is the safer play. I want safe in my cash games. Both teams should throw 50+ times in this game and if that happens I feel very comfortable in projecting 10+ targets for Tate. Moncrief is a guy I usually don’t look to in cash games but he and Andrew Luck are so in sync that I think he’s pretty safe. It doesn’t hurt that Moncrief has dominated the Jets in his career as well. On defense I’m going to stick with the safest, most boring play I can. DEN should be able to make life hell for Blake Bortles and that will lead to sacks and turnovers aplenty.

 

UPDATED GPPS:

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As I’ve been doing recently, I decided to narrow down the field of potential plays to those guys that I highlighted on this week’s Cheat Sheet. This allowed me to mix and match players that I felt strongly about while not deviating too much from what lead me to put those players on the sheet in the first place.

The more I think about configuring GPP lineups, the more I realize it’s about having a core group of players and then finding different iterations of players at the remaining positions. You’ll see that I didn’t always include every one of my staple plays but most of them show up in most of my lineups. By using them consistently and then shifting the supporting cast, I’m increasing my potential to hit a big score if my core guys go off. The reason I picked those players as my core group is that I’m finding there is a lot of value out there with the pass catchers. My staple plays this week are Carlos Hyde, Jermaine Gresham, the Bengals Defense, Julio Jones, Brandin Cooks, and Odell Beckham.

My goal this week was to spend down at RB/TE/DST in order to spend up at QB/WR. There are just too many good matchups to not try to take advantage of that. As you can see, I narrowed my stacks down to Brees/Cooks, Ryan/Jones, Ben/Brown, and Cousins/Crowder. I know it feels like a case of “one of these things is not like the other” but I with Cousins averaging 375 yards passing over the last five weeks I had to find a way to get him in against an overrated Cardinals defense.

I really dislike the RB position as a whole this weekend so I just focused my attention mainly on guys who I think will get 15+ touches in decent matchups and are underpriced. I mostly settled on Carlos Hyde and someone (Ware, Dixon, McCoy…whoever I could afford). Those guys allowed me to get 3 stud WR and a stud QB in my lineup if I punted DST and TE (which I had no issue doing).

As you’ll see, I gave you a bonus lineup this week because I went a little wacky and did a sample DET/NO game stack lineup. If you wanted to go that route it’s pretty darn tasty. Reports out of DET are that Marvin Jones doesn’t look right so if he worries you, then I’d adjust my lineup and maybe move up to Golden Tate and drop Julio down to someone like Moncrief or an RB like Hyde. I don’t really recommend doing this for your main lineup but there is something to be said for stacking a game with a 54 total (a total I think gets annihilated).

 

Sample Yahoo! Lineups

Thursday/Monday GPP

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Sunday 50/50 (Updated)

Sunday GPP (Updated)

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Yahoo! Lineup Configurations

THURSDAY GPP

I started this lineup with a stack of Drew Brees and Michael Thomas, as they get an elite matchup against the Lions, and this game should feature a ton of points. Jonathan Stewart gets a tough matchup, but he’s a bit underpriced for his production when healthy this season. Le’Veon Bell was the player I opted to spend up for, as he’s a safe option, but also comes with as much upside as anyone on the slate. I saved a bit of money with Marquess Wilson, who seems to be a big part of the Bears offense right now. I also used Jermaine Gresham, who is coming off a 10 target game, and is extremely cheap. Jamison Crowder has been one of the best wide receivers in fantasy this season, and he’ll be playing in a game that should be extremely high scoring. DeAndre Hopkins has struggled for the majority of this season, but he gets an elite matchup against an injured Green Bay secondary, and he does come with elite upside. Last, I used the Cowboys defense. They play on Thursday, and they get a great matchup against the Vikings, who have one of the worst offenses in the NFL.

SUNDAY CASH

I opted to use a Redskins stack because of the Vegas line and their surprisingly low price tags. Cousins has been throwing the ball a ton recently, and he has been extremely productive. I paired him with Crowder and Reed, who are his two favorites targets. Keep an eye on Reed’s status, as he was injured in Washington’s last game, and he’s questionable for this week. Again, I used Bell at running back because of his elite consistency. Theo Riddick has also been playing well recently, and he comes with a significantly cheaper price tag. Marqise Lee is a bit too cheap for his recent role in the Jags offense, although he is one of the risker players in this lineup. Eli Manning recently apologized to Sterling Shepard for not getting him the ball last game, which means the Giants could make it a point to get him touches this week. Michael Thomas will be playing in what figures to be a shootout, and he has been one of the most impressive rookies this season. Last, I used the Dolphins defense, who have looked elite recently, and get a solid matchup against the Ravens.

SUNDAY GPP

This team is all about risk and reward. I used a three man stack of the Panthers, who get a terrible matchup against the Seahawks, but have been producing at a much higher rate than their price tags would suggest. The Seahawks haven’t been the elite defense everyone knows them as, which means there will be opportunities for Carolina to score this week. I opted to fade Le’Veon Bell in favor of David Johnson on this team, as I believe Bell will be slightly higher owned for the same price tag. Davante Adams has been one of the most surprising players in the NFL the season, and he has great potential for Green Bay, who are fighting for playoffs. Brandon Marshall and Odell Beckham Jr. have both had their struggles this season, but they are both huge parts of their offense in the red zone, which means they have tremendous touchdown upside. The Steelers have said that they’re ready to play Ladarius Green more this week, and he’s entirely to cheap for his talent, even if he only plays 75% of the snaps. Last, I used the Dolphins defense, who have displayed elite upside over the last few weeks.

Optimizers

Hey folks, Ian here. There are a ton of websites out there that offer their own version of DFS optimizers. Most of them are really well done. Of course, most of them cost an arm and a leg too. The thing is, for all the good an optimizer does, at the end of the day it still only gives you a starting point on which to base your lineup. You need to still come up with projections. I’m not a programmer, but I use Excel extensively in my day job as an economist. So, I thought I’d try and figure out a way to create a basic optimizer and share it with you all. It’s not fancy. This doesn’t have some kind of eye-candy GUI. However, it works. And, at the end of the day, that’s what matters. As for projections, I’m a big believer in the wisdom of crowds. This basic optimizer uses a mixture of projections from a number of different sites. If you want to do this yourself in the future and don’t want to do any kind of tedious regression analysis, I’d recommend using the FantasyPros Consensus Projections as a starting point. After getting averages of what many different experts think will happen on Sunday, you can then make tweaks of your own. To make this, I watched a lot of Youtube videos and used much of my previous Excel knowledge, much I learned through my local library (Libraries are awesome!). That is to say, this is relatively easy to make on your own given a little patience. To use this optimizer, you’ll need Excel 2010 or later. If you have that, then click on one of the two links below (or both!), depending on which site you are playing. There are instructions on the first sheet. If you have any questions whatsoever about how to use the optimizer, or if it’s not working for you, e-mail me at dailyfantasyguy@gmail.com. I’ll do my best to get back to you right away. If you don’t have Excel 2010 or later, then shoot me an e-mail with constraints you want, and I’ll run it for you. Also, if you have any ideas for things you’d want to see included in future iterations of this, then I’d also love to hear about them! Thanks, and have fun!!

 

FantasyDraft Optimizer!

Yahoo! Optimizer!

Optimizer Instructions

Optimized Lineups

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FantasyDraft

Yahoo!

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NOTES: Remember, these lineups are just a first run through the optimizer with adjusted consensus stats from several places online. You can always remove players you don’t want to include. I will say this: this optimized Yahoo lineup is shockingly close to my first two iterations for the Yahoo Cup this week…I mean really close. I love every single play on that lineup.

 If you have any questions at all, shoot me an e-mail at dailyfantasyguy@gmail.com. Good luck this week!

 

Odds

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.

 

TeamOpponentLineMoneylineOver/UnderImplied Points
NEPvs. HOU-15-130044.529.75
DALvs. GBP-4.5-21052.528.5
ATLvs. SEA-5-22551.528.25
GBP@ DAL4.518052.524
SEA@ ATL519551.523.25
KCCvs. PIT-1.5-1274422.75
PIT@ KCC1.51074421.25
HOU@ NEP1587544.514.75

 

 

MATCHUP MACHINE

 2016 Stats

 

Excel: Week 13 Matchup Charts YAHOO-FANDRAFT 2016 Stats

 

 

Sortable Matchup Machine Quarterbacks (2016 Stats)

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

QuarterbacksTmOppFanDrafYahooCom%YPAttYPGTD/GInt/GRuAttYPRuTDFPPGFO
Russell WilsonSEA@ATL$13,000$3364.50%6.9280.91.90.833.90.0619.124
Dak PrescottDALGB$11,300$3064.70%8.1287.11.91.123.10.0617.720
Aaron RodgersGB@DAL$15,400$4067.40%6.9273.51.60.623.60.0616.519
Brock OsweilerHOU@NE$10,000$2161.90%6.8251.81.30.825.10.1315.622
Ben RoethlisbergerPIT@KC$12,400$3258.50%6.9257.51.41.144.80.0615.54
Alex SmithKCPIT$10,600$2564.50%7256.61.30.823.70.0614.613
Matt RyanATLSEA$13,300$3662.0%7.3242.810.732.80.1914.411
Tom BradyNEHOU$14,300$3761.10%6.62141.30.734.70.19149

 

Sortable Matchup Machine Running Backs (2016 Stats)

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

DEPRunning BacksTmOppFanDrafYahooR/GRuY/GYPCRuTD/GRe/GReY/GReTD/GT/GTotYdFPPGFP/lookTotTDFO
RB1Spencer WareKCPIT$10,200$1920.890.74.40.95.149.20.316.9139.920.70.751.29
RB2Charcandrick WestKCPIT$6,700$1120.890.74.40.95.149.20.316.9139.920.70.751.29
RB1Thomas RawlsSEA@ATL$13,000$2218.981.14.30.86.854.40.388.8135.420.50.741.228
RB2Alex CollinsSEA@ATL$7,000$1018.981.14.30.86.854.40.388.8135.420.50.741.228
RB1Le'Veon BellPIT@KC$19,900$4123.3103.24.40.64.333.20.316.7136.418.30.610.923
RB1LeGarrette BlountNEHOU$10,900$3121.481.43.80.64.140.30.255.4121.817.70.660.917
RB2Dion LewisNEHOU$7,700$1821.481.43.80.64.140.30.255.4121.817.70.660.917
RB1Ezekiel ElliottDALGB$16,100$3520.684.34.10.64.636.90.066.1121.216.40.620.712
RB1Devonta FreemanATLSEA$11,000$2723.8813.40.84.33806.611915.90.520.82
RB2Tevin ColemanATLSEA$8,800$1723.8813.40.84.33806.611915.90.520.82
RB1Ty MontgomeryGB@DAL$10,000$1717.871.640.54.934.50.136.3106.114.80.610.68
RB2Christine MichaelGB@DAL$8,400$1517.871.640.54.934.50.136.3106.114.80.610.68
RB1Lamar MillerHOU@NE$10,600$2020.272.83.60.36.450.50.198123.314.50.510.45
RB2Alfred BlueHOU@NE$6,400$1020.272.83.60.36.450.50.198123.314.50.510.45

 

Sortable Matchup Machine Wide Receivers (2016 Stats)

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

DEPWide ReceiversTmOppFanDrafYahooRec/GReYd/GReYd/TarTD/GT/GCom. %FPPGFO
WR1Dez BryantDALGB$12,300$2513.2189.18.81.621.661.20%28.9420
WR2Cole BeasleyDALGB$9,800$1613.2189.18.81.621.661.20%28.9420
WR3Terrance WilliamsDALGB$6,000$1213.2189.18.81.621.661.20%28.9420
WR1Doug BaldwinSEA@ATL$15,300$2613.9162.87.21.122.661.80%23.9424
WR2Jermaine KearseSEA@ATL$6,400$1013.9162.87.21.122.661.80%23.9424
WR1Antonio BrownPIT@KC$18,000$4013.6177.47.40.924.156.60%22.914
WR2Eli RogersPIT@KC$7,700$1313.6177.47.40.924.156.60%22.914
WR3Sammie CoatesPIT@KC$6,000$1013.6177.47.40.924.156.60%22.914
WR1Julio JonesATLSEA$16,000$3112.6161.47.90.820.461.7%22.0611
WR3Taylor GabrielATLSEA$8,700$1812.6161.47.90.820.461.7%22.0611
WR2Mohamed SanuATLSEA$7,800$1312.6161.47.90.820.461.70%22.0611
WR1Jordy NelsonGB@DAL$14,000$3214.2164.17.10.923.161.50%21.3619
WR2DaVante AdamsGB@DAL$13,300$2514.2164.17.10.923.161.50%21.3619
WR3Randall CobbGB@DAL$10,600$2214.2164.17.10.923.161.50%21.3619
WR1DeAndre HopkinsHOU@NE$10,900$1911.9156.37.20.921.655.20%20.6822
WR2Will FullerHOU@NE$7,000$1111.9156.37.20.921.655.20%20.6822
WR1Julian EdelmanNEHOU$12,700$1911.6137.86.80.820.356.90%19.069
WR2Malcolm MitchellNEHOU$9,200$1511.6137.86.80.820.356.90%19.069
WR3Chris HoganNEHOU$7,700$1211.6137.86.80.820.356.90%19.069
WR2Tyreek HillKCPIT$10,400$2113.8152.870.621.863.20%1913
WR1Jeremy MaclinKCPIT$8,400$1413.8152.870.621.863.20%1913
WR3Chris ConleyKCPIT$6,000$1013.8152.870.621.863.20%1913

 

Sortable Matchup Machine Tight Ends (2016 Stats)

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

Tight EndsTmOppFanDrafYahooRec/GReYd/GReYd/TaT/GTD/GFPPGFO
Jared CookGB@DAL$7,700$147.474.99.57.90.510.530
Jimmy GrahamSEA@ATL$9,200$185.360.98.67.10.59.315
Jason WittenDALGB$7,000$175.462.387.80.386
Travis KelceKCPIT$11,400$224.956.37.67.40.37.69
Austin HooperATLSEA$5,600$104.653.66.38.60.47.517
C.J. FiedorowiczHOU@NE$7,100$134.644.37.16.30.25.718
Ladarius GreenPIT@KC$7,400$153.945.15.68.10.25.613
Martellus BennettNEHOU$7,800$154.235.86.65.50.24.71

 

Sortable Matchup Machine Defenses (2016 Stats)

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

DefenseOppFanDrafYahooOff PointsSackIntFum RecDefTDRetTDFPPG
New England PatriotsHOU$7,800$2016.9210.50.10.18.4
Atlanta FalconsSEA$5,000$1621.62.60.80.4006.2
Pittsburgh Steelers@KC$5,600$1322.220.50.60.104.8
Dallas CowboysGB$5,200$1227.02.20.50.60.10.14.4
Kansas City ChiefsPIT$6,700$1924.41.30.90.20.103.9
Green Bay Packers@DAL$5,500$1326.31.80.40.6003.2
Seattle Seahawks@ATL$5,900$1631.92.30.40.30.102.6
Houston Texans@NE$4,600$1027.21.50.10.6002.5

 

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.

RkTMRk vs. #1 WRPa/GYd/GRk vs. #2 WRPa/GYd/GRk vs. Other WRPa/GYd/GRk vs. TEPa/GYd/GRk vs. RBPa/GYd/G
3NYG18.757.656.953.777.261.8258.469.347.936.8
9HOU2210.183.325.435.3196.34016.735.628644.6
11SEA11974.6285.851.5105.643176.84636.233.9
13PIT328.984.536.940.626.236.798.159.5216.651.2
14MIA49.380.34635.8306.652.3228.159.9106.936.6
20GB278.375.9316.556.4236.350.967.563.3116.538.2
23OAK68.266.1226.160.4207.853.2237.366.8224.935
32DET258.567.3195.638.7326.259297.260.129746.5

 

 

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