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Landing the perfect prospect on the perfect team… a match made in Fantasy Heaven.

Rules for the Fantasy Football Matchmaker:

  1. Must have some basis in reality, i.e., the New York Giants are not drafting Trent Richardson.
  2. “Reality” includes the selection of Offensive Linemen, Defensive Tackles, and 3-4 Defensive Ends.
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I’ve done some number crunching here to see who the best goal line running back’s have been over the last 3 years.  Well, not exactly goal line, these numbers are all from the 5 yard line in. I’ll call it goal line because that sounds better and true goal line numbers are insanely small and make for a poor data set (like I know anything about math).

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Let’s take a gander at the targets for tight ends to end last season. There’s nothing insane here unfortunately. For the most part the target numbers coincide with production. Tight Ends need consistent targets since they are rarely targeted deep. Rob Gronkowski led all tight ends with three 40+ yard gains while that would put 18 wide receivers ahead of him.

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I thought I’d take a look at the wide receivers with the most targets to finish the season. They are sorted by targets per game but that really doesn’t come into effect until #26 with Greg Jennings. So let’s take a look at some of the targeteers for the last 6 weeks of 2012 and see what we can learn.

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