Week 2 DFS Cheat Sheet: FantasyDraft and Yahoo! (UPDATED) September 17, 2016  |  Ian Goldsmith

Welcome to Week 2 of the 2016 The Fake Football FantasyDraft and Yahoo! DFS Cheat Sheet!

. With the help of our resident DFS Gurus Doug Shain and Justin Bales we have put together a comprehensive NFL DFS Cheat Sheet with matchup stats, analysis, picks, sample lineups and lineup configuration advice. We have picks for FantasyDraft and Yahoo!, and with their differing settings, the picks, stats and analysis will help you on even more sites than just those two. And with a week between games we will update our picks and analysis as the week progresses. You will receive your Cheat Sheet on Wednesday, in time for the Thursday night games and then we will update the sheet on Sunday mornings to make sure you don’t miss any breaking news. And even though we will have more info, more stats, more picks and just more everything in our NFL sheets, we will not be raising the price. Each sheet will remain $1.99 each just like our baseball and basketball sheets. One Month ($6.99) And as a subscriber you will receive an email as soon as the new Cheat Sheet is posted on Wednesday of each week and then an update on Sunday mornings.


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Injury Report:

Sunday Update:

Gronkowski is OUT

Demaryius Thomas will test his hip before the game, but is expected to play. He is not a safe play.

Josh Norman won’t cover Dez Bryant, Breeland will. This is a bump for Bryant, but we still don’t know how often Prescott will look his way deep.

Russell Wilson is active, but could be limited as a runner.



Rob Gronkowski is questionable against the Dolphins this week and ESPN Patriots reporter Mike Reiss said “it wouldn’t be a surprise” if Gronkowski sat out again this week. Thankfully we will know his status before lineups lock. If he can’t go then give Julian Edelman a nice boost for DFS.

Chris Ivory will not play this week due to his “special” injury and T.J. Yeldon will once again get the start and see plenty of work. The going should be much easier for him against the Chargers weak defense and he makes for a nice play in both daily and redraft.

Russell Wilson practiced all week and will start against the Rams. He’s not on the injury report, but ESPN Seahawks reporter Sheil Kapadia believes Russell Wilson will see fewer designed runs and stay in the pocket more due to his ankle problem. This could very well be the case because the Seahawks should be able to beat the Rams without needing Wilson’s rushing ability. This could help Doug Baldwin, who would be in line for more quick targets out of the slot.

Demaryius Thomas didn’t look healthy this week in limited practices and his availability for Sunday’s game is up in the air. Look to Emmanuel Sanders and Virgil Green to lead the team in targets this week and stay far away from Thomas.

Zach Ertz is out for the Eagles Monday night game against the Bears. His absence will draw more attention to Jordan Matthews, but he should see enough extra targets to be useful in DFS against a poor secondary. Trey Burton will take over for Ertz and has a little upside in TE2 leagues, but is too scary for DFS.

The Saints best cornerback Delvin Breaux will miss six weeks with a broken fibula, which is awful news for an already bad Saints secondary. Odell Beckham Jr. and Sterling Shepard make for great DFS plays and even Victor Cruz and Will Tye have some upside this week.

Saints tight end Josh Hill won’t play against the Giants due to a high-ankle sprain. Hill didn’t have any targets last week, but did see snaps. Coby Fleener is assured plenty of routes this week in a great matchup. He’s risky after a poor Week 1, but the upside is there in what should be a shootout.

Julio Jones and Mohamed Sanu both returned to a full practice on Friday and aren’t listed on the injury report. They get a nice matchup and both should be used in redraft. This could be the time to get Jones at lower ownership in a great matchup if people stay away from him due to his ankle.

Jonathan Stewart was limited all week in practice, but coach Ron Rivera expects him to play. In a game where the Panthers could build a big lead, Stewart could see a large amount of carries as they ice the game. His touchdown upside is still lower than other backs.

Eagles cornerback Leodis McKelvin won’t play against the Bears, which should help Alshon Jeffery find better matchups and plenty of targets.

Packers’ cornerback Sam Shields won’t be able to play against the Vikings. This should help Stefon Diggs, but we also just don’t know how Sam Bradford will do in his new offense. I could see using him in a GPP.

Patrick Peterson should shadow Mike Evans in Arizona. That puts a damper on his upside, but should open things up for Vincent Jackson who will see rookie back Brandon Williams, who was beaten easily by Chris Hogan on a touchdown last week and just didn’t have a good game overall. Jackson has some GPP appeal.

With Keenan Allen done for the year, Travis Benjamin appears set to take on Allen’s role. After the injury Benjamin saw seven targets to four for Tyrell Williams, three for Danny Woodhead and Dontrelle Inman and one for Antonio Gates. The Chargers say they are going to get the ball to Gates more, but I am looking hard at Benjamin due to volume this week and Williams due to touchdown upside.

The Jaguars right cornerback Prince Amukamara is also out with a hamstring injury, which should help the Chargers’ receivers in this one.



Sample FantasyDraft Lineups

Thursday/Sunday Cash


Sunday GPP


Sunday GPP 2


FantasyDraft Lineup Configurations

Thursday/Sunday Cash

Let this be my weekly reminder that we are not trying to WIN a cash game. We are merely trying to finish in the top 50% of the field in which we play. This means we are not looking for the guys with the highest ceilings, but instead for the players with the highest floors. No QB has a higher ceiling or floor than Drew Brees. Even when he plays poorly he’s going to get your 300 yards and a couple of scores and that’s worth paying up for. This week should be a shootout with the Giants, and I see him as easily the safest play at QB. As you’ll be able to see you can still fit in a lot of talent even at his high price. Some of that talent includes Antonio Brown. He should be an automatic click in every cash game ever. There is just nobody as consistent as him at the WR position. He’s worth using even if you have to find a lot of value plays elsewhere. Some of those value plays are T.J. Yeldon, Stefon Diggs, Tajae Sharpe, and a massively underpriced Danny Woodhead. Yeldon is particularly interesting if Chris Ivory is out again this week, but I’d still use him against a terrible SD defense regardless. The receptions he’ll get will make up for any workload taken away by Ivory. Woodhead was the #3 PPR RB in 2015 and he’s shown no signs of regression. He should see increased targets with Keenan Allen out for the season. He’s about as safe as you can get at his price point. Both Stefon Diggs and Tajae Sharpe are underpriced WR1’s for their teams. Both could easily surpass 10 targets this week. Indy can’t stop anyone so C.J. Anderson was an easy play at RB, especially after we saw how he was getting used in Week 1. Jason Witten will continue to be a target machine while Dak Prescott is the QB, not to mention the Redskins just gave up a nice game to Jesse James. The Seahawks have the best defensive matchup on the board, and I always pay up for defense in cash games. I won’t let that position keep me from making my money. As a side note, I’d throw this into a GPP if you choose to use it in cash because I think this plays well in both formats.

Sunday GPP

When I’m making a GPP lineup I always like to start with cheap players that have great matchups and work from there. This week that cheap player happens to be my QB, Joe Flacco. Carson Wentz routed the Browns defense and that bodes well for Flacco. He throws a good deep ball and his WR corps looks better than expected. I think Trestman lets him go full on air raid in this game. I also think that Carlos Hyde, C.J. Anderson, Will Fuller, and the Patriots D are underpriced based on how they looked in Week 1 and their matchups for Week 2. Hyde might seem like a curious pick, but look at what C.J. Anderson did against the Panthers last Thursday. Hyde looked great against the Rams and Chip Kelly is clearly committed to the running game. Speaking of Anderson, if he’s going to keep getting used like he did on Thursday then this is the cheapest we are ever going to see him again. Indy has a terrible D and I expect Anderson to have another productive week. Fuller already has a great rapport with Brock Osweiler and with defenses keying in on Hopkins and Miller, Fuller should be find himself in a lot of single coverage. He looked great off the line of scrimmage in Week 1, and, even if he doesn’t pop off for a huge game, he will still out produce his $8400 price tag. New England looked really good in Arizona. Miami is no Arizona. Ryan Tannehill was one of the two most hit QB’s last year and that continued last Sunday. NE should pressure him into a lot of bad decisions. I rounded out my team with two stud RB, a stud WR, and a massive reclamation project at TE. David Johnson is the top RB in fantasy and it might not be close. He’s in play no matter the matchup. Dallas will try to follow what Pittsburgh did and run the ball down the throats of Washington. This seems like a good week to get Big Zeke rolling. Allen Robinson continues to see a massive amount of targets and JAX will probably have to throw a lot against the Chargers this week. Gary Barnidge will see no ownership after he burned everyone last week, but he’s infinitely more productive when Josh McCown is his QB. He will be a very popular Week 3 play so get in now while the getting’s good.

Sunday GPP 2

 There are a few guys here that are carryovers from my other GPP lineup (Johnson, Hyde, C.J. Anderson, and the Patriots D). The analysis remains the same. I’m really high on the Titans this week and I’m backing it up with a 3 player stack in this lineup. I don’t normally do that, but I feel like I have enough talent on the rest of this team to pick this lineup up if the Titans falter. I don’t think they will because they actually looked pretty good Week 1 (despite the score), and DET is going to be in a lot of shootouts this year.  You’ll probably make a lot of money if you just play stacks against DET all year. You’ll notice that I’m leaving DeMarco Murray off this team because I’m not really buying his success in the passing game. I think that was more of a fluke than anything. Antonio Brown is in this lineup because I actually had $18.6k left over to be able to use him…and he’s Antonio Brown. Rashad Jennings rounds out this squad due to his large percentage of the Giants RB touches in Week 1, and the Saints inability to stop opposing team’s RB. I think he’s going to be a very low owned, high performing play that will be on GPP winning teams.


Weekend Update:



Before I get into the analysis, I want to be clear that this doesn’t supersede the cash lineup I gave earlier in the week, this is merely another option that takes into account some new thoughts I’ve had over the last few days. The more I think about the NYG/NO game, the more I think it’s the Giants that are going to be the team to score big. This game comes down to the secondary and the Giants defensive backs are considerably better than the Saints. As a matter of fact, NO’s defensive backfield is terrible. Eli and Co should be able to move the ball at will in this one. If you use the Thursday-Monday ownership percentage as a gauge, DWill and CJA are going to be the two highest owned players on the slate. I don’t care about that in cash and I’m going to use them anyway because they’ve got the best matchups. I’m not moving off those guys at all. I don’t go out of my way to stack QB/WR in cash games but I feel pretty safe with an Eli/Odell combo today. Will Fuller is way underpriced and should hit for a decent amount of points for you. Delanie Walker is my top TE target regardless of format. He’s got a huge game coming. Yeldon and Langford are going to be workhorses this weekend and I love volume in cash games. The Pats have the best matchup/price combo at defense so I’ll ignore the fact that they’ll be highly owned; doesn’t matter in cash games.


GPP Weekend Update

GPP Weekend Update


Not a lot has changed for me here since earlier in the week. I still like the Titans passing game but I’m not going to go as all in as I did earlier. I’m yanking Tajae Sharpe and just going with a Mariota/Walker stack. Sharpe was the second highest owned WR for the Thursday-Monday slate and he’s not enough of a sure thing to deal with that high ownership. I decided to instead go really big at WR with OBJ and Antonio Brown and save some money elsewhere. Some of those savings are going to come from Jalen Richard (ATL is terrible against pass catching backs) and the rest will come by using Coby Fleener in the Flex spot. I want exposure to that New Orleans passing attack but would rather deal with the LB than their defensive backfield. I think Fleener has a very god game this week. Surely good enough to be a value at his price. I love CJ Anderson and don’t see how I can get away from him. Stefon Diggs is a guilty pleasure of mine and he’s a TD away from having a monster every week. I think he gets that TD this week.


Sample Yahoo! Lineups

Thursday GPP

Sunday 50/50 (Updated)


Sunday GPP (Updated)


Yahoo! Lineup Configurations


I started this lineup with a stack of Manning/Beckham, as the Raiders were able to dominate the Saints secondary last week, and the Giants should also be able to turn this game into a shootout. Woodhead and Riddick are two running backs that are too cheap and are able to contribute multiple different ways to each of their offenses. The Chiefs were dominated by Allen before he was injured last week, which is why I opted to use Hopkins, who had a chance at a two touchdown game last week. Jackson, Allen, and Sharpe are three cheap options that should continue to see big targets and have great upside. Last, I added the Seahawks defense, who get a great matchup against a weak Rams offense. NOTE: This lineup doesn’t use the Thursday game, so it can also be used on Sunday.


Surprisingly, I started this lineup with a defense, as they are a safe bet for their price with an elite matchup. I used a stack of Newton and Benjamin because Newton can score in multiple ways and it’s clear that Benjamin is the clear number one receiver for Carolina. Yeldon and Woodhead are two running backs that are priced too cheap, as they have big roles in their respective offenses, but don’t have high price tags. Allen is still priced too cheap, as it’s apparent that the Colts will be using their tight ends quite a bit this season. Crabtree, Green, and Jones are three receivers that will see plenty of targets, and they all get good matchups, as well.


This lineup began with McCown, who will draw the start for a cheap price tag and possesses great upside in a decent matchup. Yeldon is a bit too cheap, while Williams always carries elite upside when he’s starting for Bell. Fitzgerald and Snead are coming off huge weeks, while the two Jones’ were a bit disappointing. They should still see a ton of targets, and get good matchups this week. Ebron is also playing in an offense with a ton of potential, and he is a red zone threat for Detroit. Last, the Packers defense fit into the lineup, and they possess great upside in a great matchup.



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!

Optimized Lineups

These two lineups were spit out of the optimizer without using any filters. One for FantasyDraft and one for Yahoo!

FantasyDraft Sunday-Monday

FantasyDraft Sunday-Monday

Yahoo! Sunday-Monday

Yahoo! Sunday-Monday

QUICK NOTE: 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. For instance, I’m not keen on using the Titans DST this week, so I would remove them using the filters on the optimizer and then run it again. If you have any questions at all, shoot me an e-mail at dailyfantasyguy@gmail.com. Good luck this week!





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




 2016 Stats


Excel: Week 2 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.

Russell WilsonSEA@ATL$13,000$3364.50%6.9280.91.90.833.90.0619.124
Dak PrescottDALGB$11,300$3064.70%8.1287.
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.
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.

RB1Spencer WareKCPIT$10,200$1920.890.
RB2Charcandrick WestKCPIT$6,700$1120.890.
RB1Thomas RawlsSEA@ATL$13,000$2218.981.
RB2Alex CollinsSEA@ATL$7,000$1018.981.
RB1Le'Veon BellPIT@KC$19,900$4123.3103.
RB1LeGarrette BlountNEHOU$10,900$3121.481.
RB2Dion LewisNEHOU$7,700$1821.481.
RB1Ezekiel ElliottDALGB$16,100$3520.684.
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.
RB2Alfred BlueHOU@NE$6,400$1020.


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.
WR2Jermaine KearseSEA@ATL$6,400$1013.9162.
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.
Jimmy GrahamSEA@ATL$9,200$185.360.
Jason WittenDALGB$7,000$175.462.387.80.386
Travis KelceKCPIT$11,400$224.956.
Austin HooperATLSEA$5,600$104.653.
C.J. FiedorowiczHOU@NE$7,100$134.644.
Ladarius GreenPIT@KC$7,400$153.945.
Martellus BennettNEHOU$7,800$


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.
Atlanta FalconsSEA$5,000$1621.
Pittsburgh Steelers@KC$5,600$1322.
Dallas CowboysGB$5,200$1227.
Kansas City ChiefsPIT$6,700$1924.
Green Bay Packers@DAL$5,500$1326.
Seattle Seahawks@ATL$5,900$1631.
Houston Texans@NE$4,600$1027.

2015 Stats


Excel: Week 2 Matchup Charts YAHOO-FANDRAFT 2015 Stats

Sortable Matchup Machine Quarterbacks (2015 Stats)

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

Eli ManningNYGNO$14,100$3568.4%8.7297.22.80.633.80.132432
Jay CutlerCHIPHI$12,000$2762.2%7.12802.30.933.20.1920.314
Drew BreesNO@NYG$15,300$3666.3%7.7307.51.90.934.50.1320.228
Joe FlaccoBAL@CLE$12,600$3063.0%8.2260.62.10.733.30.1919.727
Philip RiversSDJAX$13,200$3064.9%7.52831.80.653.80.1319.631
Matthew StaffordDETTEN$13,700$3363.5%7.9246.12.10.743.60.2519.524
Carson WentzPHI@CHI$10,000$2463.0%7.5239.41.90.545.20.1919.223
Josh McCownCLEBAL$10,000$2264.2%7.3247.31.90.433.50.1318.225
Dak PrescottDAL@WAS$10,000$2062.5%7.8274.51.90.724.90.0618.119
Carson PalmerARITB$13,300$3269.9%7.5254.51.9132.60.191826
Matt RyanATL@OAK$13,300$2963.0%6.8271.81.60.925.50.131816
Marcus MariotaTEN@DET$12,000$2968.2%7.7254.11.70.634.80.1917.820
Andy DaltonCIN@PIT$12,700$3264.4%7.5291.
Trevor SiemianDENIND$7,300$2360.2%7.5266.
Jimmy GaroppoloNEMIA$11,700$2864.6%7.8264.11.90.833.1#VALUE!17.229
Ryan FitzpatrickNYJ@BUF$12,300$3157.6%6.8255.
Cam NewtonCARSF$6,000$3568.4%8273.41.30.642.60.0616.730
Aaron RodgersGB@MIN$16,000$3464.0%7.2252.61.50.833.80.131611
Blake BortlesJAX@SD$13,600$3364.3%7.9250.51.40.733.80.131622
Ryan TannehillMIA@NE$11,000$2760.6%7.1263.11.50.824.70.061613
Kirk CousinsWASDAL$13,300$3565.2%7.6241.61.20.543.50.191617
Russell WilsonSEA@LA$15,000$3666.8%7.2268.81.30.843.70.0615.68
Alex SmithKC@HOU$12,300$2859.0%6.7229.81.50.933.80.1915.57
Shaun HillMINGB$10,000$2058.2%7.1242.41.3145.90.0615.56
Tyrod TaylorBUFNYJ$13,000$3257.0%6.7248.
Derek CarrOAKATL$13,700$3366.1%7.1249.91.20.933.70.2515.321
Jameis WinstonTB@ARI$12,300$3259.9%6.9247.
Brock OsweilerHOUKC$11,900$2957.5%6.6249.31.61.436#VALUE!14.85
Blaine GabbertSF@CAR$11,700$2560.0%6.2253.41.31.534.50.1314.32
Ben RoethlisbergerPITCIN$14,300$3264.2%6.6266.51.11.324.20.0613.510
Case KeenumLASEA$11,700$2160.8%6.6226.20.90.933.90.1912.93
Andrew LuckIND@DEN$15,700$3660.0%6.2221.51.20.934.7#VALUE!12.31


Sortable Matchup Machine Running Backs (2015 Stats)

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

RB1LeGarrette BlountNEMIA$7,300$1428.2115.
RB2James WhiteNEMIA$7,100$1028.2115.
RB1Jonathan StewartCARSF$6,000$1926.91124.
RB1Rashad JenningsNYGNO$10,100$1922.8114.850.65.958.60.447.7173.422.80.751.0627
RB2Shane VereenNYGNO$7,400$1522.8114.850.65.958.60.447.7173.422.80.751.0627
RB1Chris IvoryJAX@SD$8,500$1522.4111.750.94.846.40.196158.121.90.771.0632
RB2T.J. YeldonJAX@SD$8,000$1522.4111.750.94.846.40.196158.121.90.771.0632
RB1Jeremy LangfordCHIPHI$9,200$1626.4120.
RB2Ka'Deem CareyCHIPHI$6,900$1026.4120.
RB1Latavius MurrayOAKATL$10,500$1822.490.94.117.4590.198.8149.921.60.691.1925
RB1Matt JonesWASDAL$9,700$1424.4105.
RB2Chris ThompsonWASDAL$6,000$1024.4105.
RB1Mark IngramNO@NYG$12,300$2524.2105.
RB2C.J. SpillerNO@NYG$7,100$1024.2105.
RB1Melvin GordonSDJAX$9,100$1523.987.
RB2Danny WoodheadSDJAX$9,800$1723.987.
RB1Ryan MathewsPHI@CHI$10,600$1922.997.
RB2Darren SprolesPHI@CHI$8,400$1222.997.
RB1C.J. AndersonDENIND$6,000$1924.4101.
RB2Devontae BookerDENIND$10,000$1124.4101.
RB1DeMarco MurrayTEN@DET$10,000$2123.
RB1Thomas RawlsSEA@LA$11,300$2124.496.940.46.560.10.19915718.80.560.567
RB2Christine MichaelSEA@LA$7,400$1024.496.940.46.560.10.19915718.80.560.567
RB1Justin ForsettBAL@CLE$9,100$1625.1115.
RB2Terrance WestBAL@CLE$8,100$1125.1115.
RB1Devonta FreemanATL@OAK$13,000$3122.1873.
RB2Tevin ColemanATL@OAK$8,400$1222.1873.
RB1Ezekiel ElliottDAL@WAS$13,700$2422.1103.
RB1Matt ForteNYJ@BUF$11,400$2120.994.
RB2Bilal PowellNYJ@BUF$8,500$1420.994.
RB1Adrian PetersonMINGB$14,200$2921.689.
RB2Jerick McKinnonMINGB$9,100$1121.689.
RB1David JohnsonARITB$14,100$3225.790.
RB1DeAngelo WilliamsPITCIN$10,000$2618.576.
RB1Carlos HydeSF@CAR$11,700$1819.674.
RB2Shaun DraughnSF@CAR$6,000$1119.674.
RB1Frank GoreIND@DEN$10,400$1722.569.33.10.6645.40.318.8114.716.20.520.884
RB1Jamaal CharlesKC@HOU$13,300$3020.786.
RB2Spencer WareKC@HOU$8,700$1220.786.
RB1Isaiah CrowellCLEBAL$8,400$1522.789.940.54.435.70.066.1125.615.60.540.5612
RB2Duke JohnsonCLEBAL$10,100$1522.789.940.54.435.70.066.1125.615.60.540.5612
RB1Eddie LacyGB@MIN$12,600$1922.
RB2James StarksGB@MIN$9,500$1222.
RB1Ameer AbdullahDETTEN$9,800$1624.394.
RB2Theo RiddickDETTEN$7,800$1424.394.
RB3Zach ZennerDETTEN$6,000$1024.394.
RB1Arian FosterMIA@NE$11,000$1422.
RB2Damien WilliamsMIA@NE$6,000$1022.
RB1Doug MartinTB@ARI$11,600$2218.769.
RB2Charles SimsTB@ARI$8,700$1118.769.
RB1Lamar MillerHOUKC$13,200$2820.477.
RB2Tyler ErvinHOUKC$6,000$1020.477.
RB1Jeremy HillCIN@PIT$9,100$1820.377.
RB2Giovani BernardCIN@PIT$9,400$1720.377.
RB1LeSean McCoyBUFNYJ$12,100$2519.364.43.40.1540.90.316.9105.413.30.510.441
RB2Mike GillisleeBUFNYJ$7,400$1019.364.43.40.1540.90.316.9105.413.30.510.441
RB1Todd GurleyLASEA$13,900$3118.565.

Sortable Matchup Machine Wide Receivers (2015 Stats)

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

DEPWide ReceiversTmOppFanDrafYahooRec/GReYd/GReYd/TarTD/GT/GCom. %FPPGFO
WR1Alshon JefferyCHIPHI$14,900$2615.3192.97.51.625.959.30%27.5514
WR2Kevin WhiteCHIPHI$10,200$1315.3192.97.51.625.959.30%27.5514
WR1Steve SmithBAL@CLE$9,800$1913.3197.591.4721.960.50%27.1127
WR2Mike WallaceBAL@CLE$8,400$1113.3197.591.4721.960.50%27.1127
WR3Kamar AikenBAL@CLE$9,200$1213.3197.591.4721.960.50%27.1127
WR1A.J. GreenCIN@PIT$16,000$3015.7205.98.41.2724.564.10%27.0615
WR2Brandon LaFellCIN@PIT$7,700$1015.7205.98.41.2724.564.10%27.0615
WR3Tyler BoydCIN@PIT$7,000$1215.7205.98.41.2724.564.10%27.0615
WR1Dez BryantDAL@WAS$16,100$2812.3187.98.91.5321.158.40%26.7419
WR2Terrance WilliamsDAL@WAS$6,400$1412.3187.98.91.5321.158.40%26.7419
WR3Cole BeasleyDAL@WAS$6,300$1112.3187.98.91.5321.158.40%26.7419
WR1Corey ColemanCLEBAL$10,100$1814.1176.57.81.7322.662.20%26.6625
WR2Terrelle PryorCLEBAL$6,000$1014.1176.57.81.7322.662.20%26.6625
WR1Odell Beckham Jr.NYGNO$17,700$3512.1168.58.71.819.362.80%26.0532
WR1Sterling ShepardNYGNO$9,800$1412.1168.58.71.819.362.80%26.0532
WR1Demaryius ThomasDENIND$6,000$1813.2188.781.3323.556.10%25.412
WR2Emmanuel SandersDENIND$5,600$1913.2188.781.3323.556.10%25.412
WR1Larry FitzgeraldARITB$11,900$2413.9179.48.91.4720.269.00%25.1226
WR2Michael FloydARITB$11,000$1913.9179.48.91.4720.269.00%25.1226
WR3John BrownARITB$10,200$1713.9179.48.91.4720.269.00%25.1226
WR1DeAndre HopkinsHOUKC$16,600$3414.1189.67.61.2724.956.80%25.085
WR2Will FullerHOUKC$7,400$1114.1189.67.61.2724.956.80%25.085
WR3Jaelen StrongHOUKC$7,400$1014.1189.67.61.2724.956.80%25.085
WR1Brandon MarshallNYJ@BUF$14,600$3214.9188.17.11.2726.655.90%24.7218
WR2Eric DeckerNYJ@BUF$12,300$2614.9188.17.11.2726.655.90%24.7218
WR1Marvin JonesDETTEN$9,100$1712.31758.61.420.460.50%24.5824
WR2Golden TateDETTEN$13,700$1912.31758.61.420.460.50%24.5824
WR3Anquan BoldinDETTEN$8,800$1412.31758.61.420.460.50%24.5824
WR1Jarvis LandryMIA@NE$11,300$2413.6195.18.11.0724.156.40%24.513
WR2DeVante ParkerMIA@NE$10,500$1713.6195.18.11.0724.156.40%24.513
WR1Brandin CooksNO@NYG$14,600$2615.3189.
WR2Willie SneadNO@NYG$9,500$1815.3189.
WR3Michael ThomasNO@NYG$7,800$1415.3189.
WR1Julian EdelmanNEMIA$11,400$2412.9176.68.61.2720.662.80%23.8829
WR2Chris HoganNEMIA$7,000$1012.9176.68.61.2720.662.80%23.8829
WR3Malcolm MitchellNEMIA$6,000$1012.9176.68.61.2720.662.80%23.8829
WR1Kelvin BenjaminCARSF$6,000$1913.3191.490.8721.362.50%23.6630
WR2Devin FunchessCARSF$6,000$1013.3191.490.8721.362.50%23.6630
WR3Ted Ginn Jr.CARSF$6,000$1213.3191.490.8721.362.50%23.6630
WR1Sammy WatkinsBUFNYJ$13,000$2712.7170.76.91.1324.751.50%23.389
WR2Robert WoodsBUFNYJ$9,100$1212.7170.76.91.1324.751.50%23.389
WR3Marquise GoodwinBUFNYJ$6,000$1012.7170.76.91.1324.751.50%23.389
WR1Travis BenjaminSDJAX$8,100$1213.6177.77.9122.560.50%22.4431
WR2Tyrell WilliamsSDJAX$6,000$1013.6177.77.9122.560.50%22.4431
WR1Tajae SharpeTEN@DET$6,000$1014.21778.40.921.10.722.4420
WR2Rishard MatthewsTEN@DET$6,400$1314.21778.40.921.10.722.4420
WR1Jordy NelsonGB@MIN$14,600$2813.1162.67.31.1322.359.00%22.0911
WR2Randall CobbGB@MIN$14,200$2013.1162.67.31.1322.359.00%22.0911
WR1Stefon DiggsMINGB$9,500$1411.8165.88.20.820.358.20%20.546
WR3Charles JohnsonMINGB$6,000$1011.8165.88.20.820.358.20%20.546
WR3Laquon TreadwellMINGB$8,800$1011.8165.88.20.820.358.20%20.546
WR1Antonio BrownPITCIN$17,800$3614.1163.76.90.823.759.70%20.4810
WR2Markus WheatonPITCIN$7,800$1414.1163.76.90.823.759.70%20.4810
WR3Eli RogersPITCIN$6,000$1014.1163.76.90.823.759.70%20.4810
WR1Julio JonesATL@OAK$17,700$3515179.57.20.6724.960.20%20.4716
WR2Mohamed SanuATL@OAK$10,100$1115179.57.20.6724.960.20%20.4716
WR3Justin HardyATL@OAK$6,000$1015179.57.20.6724.960.20%20.4716
WR1Jordan MatthewsPHI@CHI$12,600$2110.9144.
WR2Nelson AgholorPHI@CHI$6,900$1110.9144.
WR3Dorial Green-BeckhamPHI@CHI$8,800$1010.9144.
WR1Torrey SmithSF@CAR$8,900$1413.1163.570.823.356.30%19.832
WR2Quinton PattonSF@CAR$6,200$1013.1163.570.823.356.30%19.832
WR1Mike EvansTB@ARI$14,000$2411.8154.97.10.9321.754.30%19.84
WR2Vincent JacksonTB@ARI$8,800$1511.8154.97.10.9321.754.30%19.84
WR1Desean JacksonWASDAL$11,000$1911.8162.98.60.818.90.619.7717
WR2Pierre GarconWASDAL$7,600$1411.8162.98.60.818.90.619.7717
WR3Jamison CrowderWASDAL$7,200$1111.8162.98.60.818.90.619.7717
WR1Jeremy MaclinKC@HOU$12,300$2011.9146.771.0721.156.60%19.287
WR2Chris ConleyKC@HOU$7,300$1011.9146.771.0721.156.60%19.287
WR3Albert WilsonKC@HOU$7,100$1011.9146.771.0721.156.60%19.287
WR1Allen RobinsonJAX@SD$15,700$3011.7158.98.10.7319.659.50%19.2222
WR2Allen HurnsJAX@SD$10,900$2111.7158.98.10.7319.659.50%19.2222
WR1Doug BaldwinSEA@LA$12,300$2613.9158.57.30.821.764.00%19.228
WR2Tyler LockettSEA@LA$9,900$1813.9158.57.30.821.764.00%19.228
WR1Tavon AustinLASEA$8,600$1411.4141.57.10.420.156.80%16.553
WR2Kenny BrittLASEA$7,500$1011.4141.57.10.420.156.80%16.553
WR3Pharoh CooperLASEA$6,000$1011.4141.57.10.420.156.80%16.553
WR1Amari CooperOAKATL$13,600$2310.5136.17.60.4717.858.80%15.4921
WR2Michael CrabtreeOAKATL$10,300$2110.5136.17.60.4717.858.80%15.4921
WR1T.Y. HiltonIND@DEN$14,100$2011.1127.16.70.4718.958.50%14.871
WR2Donte MoncriefIND@DEN$11,300$1611.1127.16.70.4718.958.50%14.871
WR3Phillip DorsettIND@DEN$8,800$1011.1127.16.70.4718.958.50%14.871


Sortable Matchup Machine Tight Ends (2015 Stats)

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

Tight EndsTmOppFanDrafYahooRec/GReYd/GReYd/TaT/GTD/GFPPGFO
Will TyeNYGNO$6,400$13680.6810.10.6912.232
Coby FleenerNO@NYG$9,300$196.381.
Jacob TammeATL@OAK$5,500$
Delanie WalkerTEN@DET$8,400$234.952.477.50.759.729
Clive WalfordOAKATL$5,900$125.962.
Antonio GatesSDJAX$7,900$
Eric EbronDETTEN$7,700$164.850.
Tyler KroftCIN@PIT$5,300$105.457.
Virgil GreenDENIND$5,000$105.3617.87.80.388.620
Lance KendricksLASEA$5,300$104.653.
Dwayne AllenIND@DEN$6,300$134.956.
Jimmy GrahamSEA@LA$7,400$165.460.17.580.388.316
Julius ThomasJAX@SD$7,400$164.651.
Kyle RudolphMINGB$6,000$134.650.
Cameron BrateTB@ARI$5,600$125.3548.36.50.387.87
Brent CelekPHI@CHI$5,300$104.852.
Jared CookGB@MIN$5,700$
Dennis PittaBAL@CLE$5,000$103.937.
Jason WittenDAL@WAS$8,000$175.359.
Jermaine GreshamARITB$5,000$105.753.
Kellen DavisNYJ@BUF$5,000$
Travis KelceKC@HOU$9,300$194.551.
Greg OlsenCARSF$5,000$224.848.
Zach MillerCHIPHI$7,300$154.649.
Vance McDonaldSF@CAR$5,400$12548.
Rob GronkowskiNEMIA$14,000$274.451.
Jesse JamesPITCIN$5,000$116.363.
Jordan CameronMIA@NE$5,900$11439.
Gary BarnidgeCLEBAL$8,700$214.346.
Charles ClayBUFNYJ$6,600$154.347.56.870.135.514
Jordan ReedWASDAL$10,300$253.838.466.40.255.53
Ryan GriffinHOUKC$10,000$


Sortable Matchup Machine Defenses (2015 Stats)

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

DefenseOppFanDrafYahooOff PointsSackIntFum RecDefTDRetTDFPPG
Oakland Raiders@HOU$5,900$1916.9210.
Green Bay PackersNYG$6,300$1518.31.410.70.106.6
Detroit Lions@SEA$5,600$1221.
Pittsburgh SteelersMIA$6,900$2022.
Seattle SeahawksDET$7,300$1821.
New York Giants@GB$6,000$1427.
Miami Dolphins@PIT$5,300$1024.
Houston TexansOAK$7,400$1625.


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