Week 2 DFS Cheat Sheet: UPDATED September 13, 2014  |  Chet

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UPDATE: Kenbrell Thompkins is out. Aaron Dobson could make a fill in. Also high on Holmes for a cheap play.

UPDATE: Ian Rapaport is reporting that Carson Palme is out for today’s game and Drew Stanton will start

UPDATE: Marshall and Jeffery look doubtful. Upgrade the other skill positions, including Santonio Holmes.

UPDATE: Adrian Peterson will not play this Sunday. As always we will have updated analysis and lineups Sunday morning.




Cheat Sheet (by Rich Hribar)














Sample FanDuel Lineups  (by Rich Hribar)


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FanDuel Lineup Configurations


Cash Lineup/Thursday Lineup

Week two is a good time to grab some options that we know should revert quickly from week one let downs. I really wanted to work Rodgers into my cash lineup this week, but the price difference in Foles allows another high end option and Philly is projected to score 28 points. Adding Nelson allows me to have a piece of Rodgers still while taking Thomas, giving me a part of the three quarterbacks expected to score the most points this weekend. I paying modest pricing for volume at running back as well that only costs 25 percent of my salary. I’m not fading any of the big three tight ends this week as a whole, but the slate sets up well to use a mid-level option this weekend.

I’m also adding a lineup in the event that Ben Tate doesn’t play this weekend that would allow me to upgrade my tight end, kicker and defensive units to the tier I truly covet this weekend.

Tournament Lineup

Locker should be popular play this weekend, so I’m looking to place my long plays on the Dolphins duo alongside the best two receivers coming into the weekend. Greene has enough usage and lack of reception concerns to keep his ownership down somewhat, so I’ll take a swing at him producing a line similar to Mark Ingram from week one for his low cost.

Thursday Lineup/Cash Lineup

Both of the cash lineups will be my Thursday plays as well since the average total score of the past 12 Ravens/Steelers matchups is only 36 points. No one is a real good play in that matchup except possibly an extreme long play in Justin Forsett or Torrey Smith seeing Ike Taylor frequently.


UPDATE 9/13: 

There were a few minor and major happenings to close out the week, most significantly the news that Adrian Peterson will be deactivated this Sunday. Matt Asiata is very much in play at minimum salary ($4.5K) and should be a staple in the majority of Sunday only cash games. In two games to close 2013, Asiata posted 10.3 and 26.1 points on FanDuel, so don’t think that he isn’t capable of being more than strictly a volume play. The other player this has a ripple effect on is Cordarrelle Patterson ($7.1K).Last week, Patterson became the first receiver in NFL history to rush for 50 yards or more in three consecutive games and has 13 or more FanDuel points in his past six regular season games. I’m going to work both of these guys into my Early Only lineup for the Sunday slate.

Other late week happenings involve the Bears, who are dealing with injuries to their two main wide receivers in Brandon Marshall (toe) and Alshon Jeffery (hamstring). Neither player practiced on Friday. When a player misses Friday, it’s one of my rules of thumb to fade him for that weekend. Since the Bears play late on Sunday night, you don’t have the luxury to wait and see who’s active before lineup lock, so there’s no need to get cute with Santonio Holmes as a long play.

For the Early Only games, only cash games are available. I’m going to play Asiata over Terrance West in terms of cheaper running backs just in case Isaiah Crowell’s involvement in the red zone last week carries over. I still like West a great deal, so if you want to pay up a little, by all means go for it. Quarterback at 1PM is set up to go big for Drew Brees or go mid tier for Andy Dalton or Jake Locker. Since I’m saving so much already at running back, I’m going to pay up for Brees since the Saints are projected to score 30 points. I’m also going to pair Brees with his kicker Shayne Graham as a hedge on those expected scoring drives stalling out. Asiata really allows a lot of fun money, so I’m adding a big RB1 in DeMarco Murray and WR1 in A.J. Green. Rounding things out, Mike Wallace and Patterson will fill out my receiver spots and Jason Witten a tight end versus a Titan team that defends the receiver position far better than tight ends.

Early Only




Sample DraftDay Lineups (by Chet Gresham)


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DraftDay Lineup Configurations


Cash Lineup 1 (Adrian Peterson is out so this lineup is void)

I’m feeling very good about Aaron Rodgers at home against the Jets and his price on DraftDay is the fifth highest, which doesn’t happen all that often for Rodgers. Last week Adrian Peterson faced a tough Rams defensive front and CPat went off instead, but this week they take on the Patriots who just gave up 193 yards to the Dolphins and 5.5 yards per carry. Peterson also ranks fifth in price for RBs and should easily get back on track this week. The Jets ran all over the Raiders for 174 yards and 7+ yards per carry and with Arian Foster’s work load last week I like him to put up decent numbers. Rich talked about Wallace and Hunter and I like both quite a bit as well. Wallace is becoming a safe option with his targets and he also saw 3 red zone targets last week, when he only had 11 all last season. Hartline is no longer tied with Wallace as the #1 target. I think I like Hunter even more than Rich. He is riskier than some, but the matchup against the Cowboys at home is just too good to pass on even in cash games. I’m taking Donnell as my punt play here. He looked serviceable against the Lions and Eli Manning likes that big body over the middle to target. Oh and the Cardinals have been poor against TEs in the past. For his price he feels pretty safe. Sproles price at DD is too good in what is one of the highest over/unders of the day and Bernard’s 10 targets last week make him a perfect fit for the 1 point PPR scoring at DD.


Cash Lineup 2 (Adrian Peterson is out so this lineup is void)

Sticking with my Rodgers/Locker tandem here. I will most likely diversify as we get closer to game time, but at the moment I just love these two. Locker looked good as he went into the hostile environs of Kansas City and now he comes home to take on one of, if not the worst defense in the league. Yes, he will be owned by many, but that’s for a good reason and in 50/50s and head to heads you son’t need to go crazy with diversification. Play the numbers and pick the guys you feel best about. My value plays here are Ahmad Bradshaw and Jarrett Boykin. Bradshaw showed his value last week against Denver and now gets another chance to shine as he’s the main man when the Colts are in passing downs and the Eagles will be able to score enough to keep Bradshaw in passing downs. Boykin is the perfect post tough matchup play this week. We know what Richard Sherman did to him last week, but this week he takes on a depleted Jets pass defense. His price and quarterback make him a safe play. I’m also investing in Pierre Thomas who had a nice game against Atlanta with 13 touches for 89 yards, but the big perk are his six receptions. That’s six points right there on DD and LeVeon Bell toasted the Browns through the air last week. And my big splurge is Gronk. He’s going to be tough to stop as long as he’s healthy this season.


Tournament Lineup 1

I can’t get away from Locker even in the tourney LU. His price allows for flexibility and his matchup is too good for his price. I wasn’t enamored with Montee Ball’s showing on Sunday night, but he did break 9 tackles to lead the league for Week 1 and the Broncos live in the red zone. Kansas City was taken to the woodshed by the Titans and lost Derrick Johnson in the process. I think they are going to get manhandles and Ball should see plenty of work with the lead. Shonn Greene’s price and matchup make him a nice value play and AJ and Floyd have nice matchups, big upside and decent prices.


UPDATE 9/13:

The Adrian Peterson voided out my first two lineups, so here are a couple more cash lineups and a tourney lineup I like.

Cash Lineup 3

For cash lineups I usually like to pay up for running back and quarterback because they are the least volatile positions in the game. Then I go cheaper on wide receiver and tight end because they are more volatile and harder to predict. So I reluctantly moved away from Locker on this one and went with Foles in what should be a shoot out and Rodgers in what should be a pass first affair in Green Bay. I talked about Ball and Bernard a little above and feel they are fairly safe. Hawkins is growing on me quite a bit now that it looks like Cameron won’t play. The Browns will try to run a lot, but they will have to pass and Hawkins has easily been the best WR on the team and is getting the targets to prove it. Next is Asiata and West. I don’t like Asiata that much. He’s a very average back and I think his backup McKinnon will pass him soon, but he is the veteran of the two and is trusted by the coaches. He’ll get his work and the Patriots run defense has just been awful for a while now. If he wasn’t 4k I would probably skip him, but 4k is too good to pass up for a guy we can count on for 15-25 touches. On the other hand I love West. The guy looked legitimate against the Steelers and will get the start now that we know Tate is out. Yes, he might lose some work to Crowell, but at his price that’s more than factored in.

Cash Lineup 4

Once again I’m going with QBs and RBs I think are safe, but switching it up a bit with Luck. He has one of the highest ceilings this week and unfortunately his price reflects that. Locker and Foster I’ve touched on and Forte is looking better and better with the wide receiver woes the Bears are having right now. I suspect Brandon Marshall plays on his gimpy ankle, but I could easily see Alshon Jeffery sit and make Forte even more valuable. And even if they both were to play I would worry about them reaggravating their injuries. That same logic holds true for Bennett, who will be needed more.

Tourney Lineup 2

I’m going a bit cheaper at QB in my tourney lineup with my old friend Locker and Cam Newton. Newton is risky due to his ribs, but his price coupled with the Panthers facing a good offense make me believe he can have value and his upside is always high. In tourneys it’s a good idea to spend on wide receivers because they are more volatile, but the top players have much higher ceilings than the WR2s and 3s. Thomas and Green both have nice matchups and should do their work. I had to go against with West and Asiata and Justin Hunter, who could have a decidedly blow up type game.

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Sample Draftkings Lineups (by Ian Goldsmith)


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 UPDATE: Kenbrell Thompkins is out


Draftkings Lineup Configurations


Thursday 50/50

While the game is not until Monday, the Philly/Indy hilt is my favorite game to focus on this week. Not only is it the highest O/U for the week, but the spread is only 3 and both sides have plenty of reliable players. Luck leads the list as he was locked in against Denver. Though he threw 2 INTs, he was able to spread the ball around; eight different Colts caught passes. Wayne looked healthy and was back to his reliable self with nine catches on a team-high 13 targets. Bernard is, in my opinion, a top 5 RB this week in PPR leagues. Atlanta allowed 139 rushing and seven receptions to Saints RBs last week. I’d be shocked to see Bernard with fewer than 5 catches this week. Oakland just allowed the Jets to run for over 200 yards. They now get to try and stop Houston and a healthy Arian Foster. Good luck. Even if Nick Roach is back at LB, they will have a very hard time stopping him. Harvin was everywhere in Seattle’s first game. Carroll will make sure he gets the ball. San Diego has nobody that can match up with him. Miller may be a stretch, but he is always a favorite for Big Ben in the Red Zone. He averaged over 12 FP/game against the Ravens last year. At only $3300, you can afford to use him as his downside is limited. Fred Jackson is 33, yet seems to defy the traditional decline that comes with age at the RB position. While he had eight fewer carries than Spiller in week 1, he was much more efficient with his touches. He is also being utilized in the passing game, which ups his value on DK. The Broncos D is great for cash or tournaments this week. Kansas City looked like a bottom-five team in Week 1. They lost Derrick Johnson, which is a huge blow to the defense. Peyton will be able to do his bidding and control the rest of his defense, which could lead to sacks and a defensive score.

Thursday Tournament

Brady looked pedestrian in week 1, but he was able to get in a full game with his reliable TE Rob Gronkowski. Don’t let the Vikings Week 1 defense fool you. Their numbers were boosted by playing against a second and third string QB. Brady should be able to tear them apart. You could pair him with Edelman or Gronk and be fine, but for tournaments I love Kenbrel Thompkins, who is only $3700 and was second on the Patriots with 10 targets. Monte Ball should be solid Sunday against the depleted Chiefs. Look for Denver to get up big early and give him the rock often. Bernard Pierce is a true tournament play. After fumbling early in the game against Cincy, he was pulled for Justin Forsett. In addition, the Ravens are playing the Steelers. While they have traditionally been stout against the run, they let Cleveland run for over 180 yards. His price is low and his ownership will be almost nil. AD gets to face a Patriots team that was just decimated by Knowshon Moreno. Cordarrelle Patterson’s use should open up holes for Peterson to exploit. If you are wary of Pierce here – he is not for the faint of heart – then you could again pair Fred Jackson and Arian Foster for roughly the same price. We saw what AJ Green can do last week. He was relatively quiet for most of the game, but caught a late 77 yard touchdown. He is explosive. With Marvin Jones out for a few more weeks, Dalton will have to look his way often again. He could have a huge game against Atlanta. Kyle Rudolph is priced way, way too low at $3900. Minnesota controlled the game against the Rams, which led to fewer opportunities in the passing game. Cassel will need to look his way often this week as the offense needs to be more uptempo to defeat the Pats.

Sunday 50/50

Edelman and Gronkowski are clearly Tom Brady’s safe options. They highlight this team that is looking for stability to finish in the top half of entrants. Minnesota has a lot of powerful options on offense, which means that Brady and company will need to be alert and at the ready all game long. Each should see at least eight to ten targets or more. Percy Harvin is another player I love in cash games this week as Pete Carroll finds all kinds of ways to get him the ball. He is the most dynamic player on the Seahawks and should see at least 10-15 touches this week. I project him in the low 20s with a floor of roughly 15. The Texans looked almost unstoppable on defense against Washington. They are back to their 2012 selves. While Clowney will miss a few weeks, they should have little trouble without him against Oakland in an away game this week. The Jets struggled to faze the rookie David Carr, but the more experienced Houston defense should have no problem forcing him into a turnover or two. The Raiders’ run game looked anemic, meaning he will have to try his luck in the air. I don’t think he will succeed.

Sunday Tournament

Andrew Luck’s counterpart this week is Nick Foles, who, after a horrific first half against Jacksonville, regrouped to throw for over 300 yards and two scores. This game, as I noted before, has the highest O/U of the week and should be close throughout. If any game screams “shootout” this week, it’s Indy vs. Philly on Monday night. Indy held Demaryius Thomas in check, but allowed Peyton to distribute at will to everyone else. Foles simply has too many weapons at his disposal for him not to capitalize. His week 1 line should be his floor here. Pairing Foles with Maclin is worth a look this week, but in tournaments I like the Riley Cooper pairing. He was quiet last week, but still had seven targets. Indy might try to limit Maclin this week, which would leave room all over the field for Cooper and, perhaps, Jordan Matthews. Shane Vereen saw nearly three times as many plays as his cohort Stevan Ridley. Like Edelman and Gronk, Vereen provides Brady with a safe option. His passing ability is a boon on 1 PPR such as DraftKings. Start him with alacrity. I love players with high use and big play ability in tournaments. Brandin Cooks and Cordarrelle Patterson fit the bill. Brees was in tune with his rookie receiver from the start this week. Even if Kenny Stills is back this week, Cooks should be utilized all over the field. Patterson is simply a matchup nightmare for defensive coordinators. How do you stop the guy? He is a healthier version of Percy Harvin. New England did nothing to convince anybody this week that their defense is solid. Lastly, TY Hilton has a chance at a big game. His price has remained low after an OK week 1 in which he caught 5 balls for 41 yards. He did, however, have 11 targets. This indicates trust from Luck. He is the clear big deep threat on the Colts and has a good chance to have a long score against the weak secondary of the Eagles.


UPDATE 9/14:

New Tournament Lineup

I’ve been putting together way, way too many lineups in the past few days. While this particular one is a little bit risky, I think that it has great upside. In my previous lineups, I largely omitted Green Bay players. They have a fantastic matchup against the Jets. In Week 1, the Jets proved themselves very capable of stopping the run game, but their pass defense was suspect because of their inability to create any sort of pass rush. Rookies often struggle in their first games, but Derek Carr was poised and didn’t make any huge mistakes. If New York can’t find a way to pressure Aaron Rodgers, he will tear them apart. I’m expecting a very big game from him in the Packers’ home opener. This tournament lineup pairs him with Jordy Nelson and Randall Cobb, both of whom are priced much too low for their talent level. I think they both have great games, even with Dee Milliner back for New York. I went very cheap for two of my Rbs here. Bradshaw, while not a huge part in the run game, was a huge part of Andrew Luck’s big game last week, catching 5 passes on six targets for 70 yards. The game against Philly will be fast paced and very high scoring. Bradshaw should be involved heavily enough to pay off his miniscule salary of $4000. Similarly, Fred Jackson’s use in the passing game is why he is on this roster. He looked healthy and had a lot of pop last week, especially considering his age. He, too, is only $4000 and provides much needed cap space that allows me to add Demaryius Thomas and Lesean McCoy to the roster. Both have a very good chance at being the top scorers at their respective positions this week. Larry Donnell is unproven, but did enough against Detroit that I think he garners a good look in tournaments. Against Arizona, he should have room to run. Washington is not my favorite DST this week by far, but I love playing defenses against Chad Henne. He is simply a mediocre QB who reliably turns the ball over. They may not have a monster game, but for only $2900 they are worth a flier to fill in this Stud and Scrub roster.

Sunday Night/Monday Night

Again, I do not advocate playing slates with just two games. If you decide to do this for whatever reason, however, then here is a lineup that I think has a great chance at finishing high. It is very heavy on the Philly/Indy game as I expect a shootout. The 49ers defense is clearly the best option of the four teams playing. Choosing any other one of the teams would be like playing Russian roulette. San Francisco should control the game. Chicago will be missing some key pieces on the offensive line and if Brandon and Alshon play, they might be limited. Make sure that they are playing if you want to start either. I’m staying away from both and Cutler this week. I actually think Andrew Luck will have the biggest game of the four QBs, but for $300 cheaper, Foles allowed me to fit in some pieces that I otherwise would not have been able to use. Boldin looked very solid against Dallas and seems to have formed a good rapport with Kaepernick. I’m blown away by the low price of Wayne. He is a must start across the board for me. Hilton is hit or miss, but this is the type of game in which he thrives. He will be used all over the field and should have several chances to break one for a score. McCoy is a must for me as he should absolutely shred the Indianapolis defense. They don’t have anybody that can match up with him. You could decide to use Forte instead against San Francisco. Murray had some success running the ball for Dallas last week. Forte gets a huge bump if one or both top WRs for the Bears don’t play. Expect Cutler to use him even more often on screens. He could legitimately get close to ten receptions. Again, this is a two game slate and luck will have a lot more effect on your final score than skill does.

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Fantasy Elite Drafting Ranks

Since Elite is a fairly new site I’ve been working on formulating draft strategy. There of course is no perfect method, at least that I’ve found yet!, but my initial strategy has been to first look for value. If you find great value you have to prioritize that over the top l=players who cost a lot. I also like to check out the quarterback depth. If you are in a head to head league, which most of their games are, you’ll want to make sure you are okay with four of the quarterbacks if you plan on skipping them early. In this slate I am, so I’m going with value first and letting my opponent hopefully pick the better, but less valuable players due to price. So I went early with West and Asiata and then Hunter and Benji and then into the guys I like that cost a bit more. With the lower cost guys to start you should be able to fit in a decent amount of top players, including QBs.

NFL 9/14








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:

Matchups  Using 2013 Statistics

Matchups  Using 2014 Week 1 Statistics


 Matchup Machine (2014 Stats)


Sortable Matchup Machine Quarterbacks

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


Russell WilsonGB$8,000$19,250$8,9001659.0%
Tom BradyIND$8,500$17,800$9,10015.958.9%
Andrew Luck@NE$8,200$20,550$9,20015.459.6%257.411.54191.8780.7491.674
Aaron Rodgers@SEA$7,800$19,300$9,10011.261.7%



Sortable Matchup Machine Running Backs

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


RB1Shane VereenIND$4,300$9,000$5,40019.624.7103.
RB2LeGarrette BlountIND$4,500$8,000$5,40019.624.7103.
RB1Daniel Herron@NE$5,900$13,650$7,00017.724.397.640.45.78.344.90.4142.54.11.321463.0001.2972.529
RB2Zurlon Tipton@NE$2,100$6,300$5,00017.724.397.640.45.78.344.90.4142.54.11.321468.4292.8103.540
RB1Marshawn LynchGB$7,600$15,600$8,60017.425.4103.
RB2Robert TurbinGB$2,000$6,000$4,70017.425.4103.
RB1Eddie Lacy@SEA$6,300$14,350$8,30014.521.375.
RB2James Starks@SEA$2,000$7,700$4,50014.521.375.

Sortable Matchup Machine Wide Receivers

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


WR1Doug BaldwinGB$5,000$10,350$6,20023.811.620.40.6145.
WR2Jermaine KearseGB$3,800$8,000$5,80023.811.620.40.6145.
WR1Julian EdelmanIND$7,200$16,500$7,50019.310.119.80.5136.411.12.61.41062.6811.1702.573
WR2Brandon LaFellIND$6,000$12,350$7,00019.310.119.80.5136.411.12.61.41063.2171.5632.757
WR3Danny AmendolaIND$4,500$8,700$5,90019.310.119.80.5136.411.12.61.41064.2892.2183.271
WR1T.Y. Hilton@NE$7,000$13,150$8,20019.110.919.90.5152.10.712.60.84192.7291.4522.329
WR2Reggie Wayne@NE$2,800$8,100$5,00019.110.919.90.5152.10.712.60.84196.8212.3583.820
WR3Hakeem Nicks@NE$3,200$7,700$5,50019.110.919.90.5152.10.712.60.84195.9692.4813.473
WR3Donte Moncrief@NE$3,500$9,300$5,30019.110.919.90.5152.10.712.60.8419
WR1Jordy Nelson@SEA$7,600$15,550$8,90013.79.917.40.6116.
WR2Randall Cobb@SEA$7,700$16,950$8,80013.79.917.40.6116.
WR3Davante Adams@SEA$4,300$8,200$6,00013.79.917.40.6116.



Sortable Matchup Machine Tight Ends

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


TE1Rob GronkowskiIND$7,800$17,850$8,2009.
TE2Tim WrightIND$2,000$6,000$4,6009.
TE1Dwayne Allen@NE$3,800$9,550$5,3008.
TE2Coby Fleener@NE$4,300$10,600$5,5008.
TE1Andrew Quarless@SEA$2,600$6,200$5,2007.
TE2Richard Rodgers@SEA$2,000$6,000$4,9007.
TE1Luke WillsonGB$4,000$8,950$5,4006.



Sortable Matchup Machine Defenses

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


DefenseOppDKDDFDFanPtsSackIntFum RecPts AllowFP/%DKFP/$DDFP/$FD
New England PatriotsIND$3,200$8,650$4,90071.810.927.92.1880.8091.429
Green Bay Packers@SEA$2,900$8,400$4,7005.
Seattle SeahawksGB$3,600$10,100$5,30041.90.40.428.81.1110.3960.755
Indianapolis Colts@NE$2,500$9,000$4,6002.




Sortable Matchup Machine Kickers


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


Adam Vinatieri@NE$4,6007.441.800.750.57.440.131.617
Steven HauschkaGB$4,8006.752.300.310.566.750.251.406
Stephen GostkowskiIND$4,9005.942.900.380.385.940.131.212
Mason Crosby@SEA$4,5005.881.600.50.255.880.191.307








 Matchup Machine (2013 Stats)


Sortable Matchup Machine Quarterbacks

Here you will find the matchup stats for each Quarterback 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.



Sortable Matchup Machine Running Backs

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


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

Sortable Matchup Machine Wide Receivers

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


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



Sortable Matchup Machine Tight Ends

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


TE1Larry DonnellARI30004950450011.85.2559.811.41.132024.
TE1Jordan ReedJAX3100845054008.15.8868.911.70.3828241315.915.9
TE1Mychal RiveraHOU3000420045008.64.2258.613.90.563023.610.612.412.4
TE1Dennis PittaPIT5600920061008.85.1163.712.50.5614239.812.112.2
TE2Owen DanielsPIT3000410048008.85.1163.712.50.5614239.812.112.2
TE1Marcedes Lewis@WAS3200690045008.85.1165.412.80.442122.210.512.712.8
TE1Kyle RudolphNE3900835055008.85.6365.511.60.5132211.314.114.1
TE1Scott ChandlerMIA3000535053007.24.4459.913.50.332921.411.413.513.5
TE2Chris GraggMIA3000400045007.24.4459.913.50.332921.411.413.513.5
TE1Rob Gronkowski@MIN60001265079009.85.4459.310.90.78152112.41515.1
TE1Delanie WalkerDAL3700785050007.84.885611.50.5322112.415.215.2
TE2Tim Wright@MIN3000400045009.85.4459.310.90.78152112.41515.1
TE2Jermaine GreshamATL3000735045008.64.3352.212.10.67232010.812.913
TE1Dwayne AllenPHI4100745048007.44.635812.50.382419.29.311.711.8
TE2Coby FleenerPHI3000585054007.44.635812.50.382419.29.311.711.8
TE1Vernon DavisCHI5700870068007.64.1158.114.10.332718.811.41414.1
TE1Eric Ebron@CAR3100625054008.84.7854.911.50.671218.211.113.613.6
TE2Brandon Pettigrew@CAR3000445046008.84.7854.911.50.671218.211.113.613.6
TE3Joseph Fauria@CAR3000400045008.84.7854.911.50.671218.211.113.613.6
TE1Garrett Graham@OAK3000625048007.95.3359.411.10.4418189.71212.1
TE3Ryan Griffin@OAK3000400045007.95.3359.411.10.4418189.71212.1
TE1Anthony Fasano@DEN3400415047007.64.255212.20.51717.211.814.414.4
TE2Travis Kelce@DEN3000675046007.64.255212.20.51717.211.814.414.4
TE2Martellus Bennett@SF5600895061008.64.635411.70.63816.69.711.912
TE1Jason Witten@TEN3800900063007.3555110.442216.211.213.613.6
TE1Jared Cook@TB3500685056007.75.2258.911.30.441016.21113.413.4
TE2Gavin Escobar@TEN3000400045007.3555110.442216.211.213.613.6
TE1Jimmy Graham@CLE70001360080008.34.1343.610.60.7531169.912.112.2
TE1Jordan CameronNO3800995063007.65.1149.79.70.56713.89.411.711.7
TE1Jace Amaro@GB30004150450063.4442.312.30.442513.411.213.513.6
TE1Zach Ertz@IND4800855056005.94.6749.810.70.222613.
TE2Brent Celek@IND3000485045005.94.6749.810.70.222613.
TE1Zach MillerGB30005700450063.4442.312.30.442513.411.213.5
TE1Richard RodgersNYJ3000425045003.93.545.312.901912.810.813.313.3
TE1Zach Miller@SD3000590045006.84.1148.111.70.441111.
TE2Luke Willson@SD3000400045006.84.1148.111.70.441111.
TE1Levine Toilolo@CIN3000620045005.55.3845.18.40.25910.88.811.211.3
TE1Julius ThomasKC710012650810083.6340.311.10.7529.88.11010.1
TE1Charles Clay@BUF3200765053006.13.1336.111.60.548.68.710.510.5
TE1Heath Miller@BAL33007000520042.893512.10.22168.68.710.310.4
TE1Antonio GatesSEA3200815056006.64.2542.5100.538.69.812.212.2
TE2Ladarius GreenSEA3200860045006.64.2542.5100.538.69.812.212.2
TE1Greg OlsenDET5900995064003.64.88449057.48.811.511.5
TE1Rob Housler@NYG3000400046005.93.7540.810.90.3866.410.61313.1
TE1Austin Seferian-JenkinsSTL3000540048005.83.8843.611.30.2516.48.11010.1



Sortable Matchup Machine Defenses

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


Arizona Cardinals@NYG3300635053008.6401529683.3
Oakland RaidersHOU3000450045007.7429227108.9
Green Bay PackersNYJ3200530047007.1477226134.9
New England Patriots@MIN32005500510074413194130.1
Jacksonville Jaguars@WAS2500380046006.94115192134.4
Washington RedskinsJAX2900470045006.851621478.8
Pittsburgh Steelers@BAL3300435047006.748623583
Houston Texans@OAK3500675054006.64510203125.3
San Francisco 49ersCHI3200640057006.33010137114.4
Buffalo BillsMIA3000645049006.259719290
Indianapolis ColtsPHI2600450048006.2451192159.7
Miami Dolphins@BUF3000450050006.24812153144.2
New Orleans Saints@CLE3000510048006.150920386.4
Cincinnati BengalsATL3100590052006441117477.9
New York Jets@GB2800480047005.9459163133.5
Tampa Bay BuccaneersSTL3200665049005.63610115109.5
Carolina PanthersDET2900615056005.42415194112.3
Dallas Cowboys@TEN2400480046005.4379164118.4
Atlanta Falcons@CIN2700450046005.22910203109.7
Baltimore RavensPIT3200565047005.1431014286.5
New York GiantsARI2900450052005.141922196.3
St. Louis Rams@TB3300645048005.1479122100.8
Minnesota VikingsNE2700575053004.8399113129.1
San Diego ChargersSEA2800490049004.6441091136.8
Cleveland BrownsNO2600465047004.338712292.2
Philadelphia Eagles@IND2600610051004.3324102108.4
Seattle Seahawks@SD4100885054004.33010113122.6
Chicago Bears@SF2800355049004.1391080137.6
Kansas City Chiefs@DEN25004550490042016102117.2
Detroit Lions@CAR3100495046003.9436130126.1
Tennessee TitansDAL2900505052003.835812194.2
Denver BroncosKC3100620054003.640990128.6




Sortable Matchup Machine Kickers


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


KickersOppFDFan PtsFGFGAFG %XP Made
Chandler Catanzaro@NYG48007.51.881.881.0001.88
Matt Bryant@CIN53006.91.631.880.8672
Justin TuckerPIT48007.21.561.780.8762.56
Dan CarpenterMIA48007.822.330.8581.78
Graham GanoDET52007.622.250.8891.63
Robbie Gould@SF46006.11.51.880.7981.63
Mike NugentATL52008.81.8920.9453.11
Billy CundiffNO45007.81.892.110.8962.11
Dan Bailey@TEN53009.92.442.780.8782.56
Brandon McManusKC50007.91.631.880.8673
Nate Freese@CAR45007.422.220.9011.44
Mason CrosbyNYJ50009.32.382.750.8652.13
Randy Bullock@OAK45009.71.891.891.0004
Adam VinatieriPHI50005.41.251.630.7671.63
Josh Scobee@WAS45007.71.441.670.8623.33
Cairo Santos@DEN46006.11.131.380.8192.75
Caleb Sturgis@BUF49008.122.130.9392.13
Blair WalshNE51006.31.131.380.8192.88
Stephen Gostkowski@MIN53007.91.671.890.8842.89
Shayne Graham@CLE47008.11.751.880.9312.88
Josh BrownARI47005.81.251.880.6652
Nick Folk@GB48009.11.892.220.8513.44
Sebastian JanikowskiHOU45008.92.112.560.8242.56
Cody Parkey@IND49006.11.111.670.6652.78
Shaun Suisham@BAL49006.71.441.560.9232.33
Nick NovakSEA51005.
Steven Hauschka@SD530061.111.440.7712.67
Phil DawsonCHI53007.81.441.670.8623.44
Greg Zuerlein@TB45008.21.891.891.0002.56
Patrick MurraySTL45005.311.50.6672.25
Ryan SuccopDAL50007.81.51.630.9203.25
Kai ForbathJAX45008.11.882.130.8832.5
Cairo Santos@DEN46006.11.131.380.8192.75










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5 Responses

  1. Jim says:

    Is there a rate for the season now that we are in week3?

  2. Herschel says:

    @Doc: 12 team PPR. Ended up grabbing Asiata for what I thought was a low bid ($9 out of $150 FAAB) and no one took McKinnon. Who should I drop between D’angelo or Heath miller. Neither really play in my lineup, but i own gronk So i feel miller may be more valuable as a backup. Thoughts?

  3. Dan says:

    You all have done fabulous work! Do you have any hints on how to construct a good draft rank for the Fantasy Elite snake-style drafts each week?
    Thanks for any help you can give.

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