2014 In-Season Accuracy: 58.10% (31st out of 125 Experts, 60.70% Highest, 50.60% Lowest).

Accuracy Rank Experts Highest Lowest Score +/- Rank +/-
Week 1 61.80% 22 134 66.10% 48.20%
Week 2 54.00% 35 135 61.30% 42.10% -7.80% -13
Week 3 57.40% 88 128 67.10% 44.30% 3.40% -53
Week 4 56.50% 48 128 61.10% 42.80% -0.90% 40
Week 5 56.50% 70 131 69.40% 47.00% 0.00% -22
Week 6 56.30% 27 133 63.10% 41.50% -0.20% 43
Week 7 59.70% 33 132 64.30% 46.50% 3.40% -6
Week 8 56.30% 67 130 64.80% 45.20% -3.40% -34
Week 9 60.30% 23 131 66.00% 46.10% 4.00% 44
Week 10 57.80% 68 130 66.90% 48.40% -2.50% -45
Week 11 52.10% 64 131 67.60% 42.60% -5.70% 4
Week 12 59.10% 29 129 66.20% 42.40% 7.00% 35
Week 13 58.40% 73 130 71.40% 48.40% -0.70% -44
Week 14 56.30% 59 131 63.70% 40.30% -2.10% 14
Week 15 64.10% 24 128 68.20% 53.50% 7.80% 35
Week 16 56.20% 70 122 65.60% 45.30% -7.90% -46
Totals 58.10% 31 125 60.70% 50.60%

And now, your Championship Sunday Rankings and Picks…

 

Note: These STANDARD and PPR rankings are for this week’s slate of games only. These rankings are not cumulative, nor are they an indicator of any future value. They are based solely on this week’s projected performance in regards to fantasy football production.


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Packers vs. Seahawks: I actually think the Seahawks have more paths to victory here, but I’m going to go Packers simply because Seattle got their ring, and they can pretty much go away now. To be fair, while I think a Packers and Patriots match-up (spoiler alert!) might carry a better narrative than a Seahawks/Patriots Super Bowl, it’s still pretty close. I get the feeling that this game might come down to a field goal, I’m more inclined to believe it’ll be one team dominating the other. And also, there will be a lot of fish thrown and Space Needle bumpers, which is great an all, but as a former long-time resident, I can confirm, there are actually other things to do in Seattle then just visit Pike’s Place Market and looking at the Space Needle. Packers.

Colts vs. Patriots: Obviously, I spoiled who I think is going to win this one in the last blurb, but while I can’t rule out a Colts victory, more things have to go right for them to win than the Patriots. Add in the fact that Andrew Luck hasn’t had great success against New England, and the Colts 15-year strategy of having a terrible running game with a bend-but-sometimes-break and break some more defense will continue to haunt them in the playoffs the deeper they go. Patriots.

  1. Joey Jo Jo Jr Shabadoo says:
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    looking like Hoodie might want to convince desert Indian tribes to get that rain flowing for the Super Bowl, as it sure appeared there’s no doubt that RW3’s kryptonite is in fact rain. That game wasn’t close (except the score of course, that got kept close by the SEA D, which really was the only group of people who deserved to win that game) till the rain stopped somewhere around 4 minutes left in reg.

    • Jay

      Jay says:
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      @Joey Jo Jo Jr Shabadoo: Yeah, to be honest, I wasn’t expecting much from the Colts, and they did even worse than I thought.

      • Joey Jo Jo Jr Shabadoo says:
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        @Jay: in a 9 team fantasy league where we draft a PPR roster, but thhe player’s stats get added for each game they get to play in during entire playoffs, i’ll likely get 2nd or 3rd, and still have smoke yr RB (blount) and edelman left, but if luck would’ve just had a halfway or maybe 40% of a decent luck-type game, i probably would’ve won. GB’s D getting all those rain TO’s helped a lot. Thinking Olsen would put up anything near Olsen type good games of course didn’t, and Floyd having a -.2 performance in his one game after posting a very good game (with lindley, against a good D that week too) wasn’t good either, even though Floyd was a last round drafted flex player (since he was VERY likely to play one total game)

        • Jay

          Jay says:
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          @Joey Jo Jo Jr Shabadoo: Yeah, it’s especially tough sometimes because we are in deep winter in most of the country, so any playoff leagues get heavily affected by things no one can control. Tough business.

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