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 Divisional Weekend 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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Saturday Games

Ravens vs. Patriots: I feel like I’ve seen this one before. I don’t know, maybe it’s my imagination… Look, even if they hadn’t done this 487 times before, this seems like a game that has about as much entertainment value as watching a tree grow. I’ll apologize to all the dendrologists out there later. Yes, the Ravens have a history of playing the Patriots well, but color me unimpressed at the win against a Steelers team without Le’Veon Bell. Add in the fact that the Patriots are at home and coming off a bye… Patriots.

Panthers vs. Seahawks: It’s cute that the Panthers got a playoff win, but I just don’t see any way the Panthers can win this game. Anything’s possible, but this seems damn improbable. Seahawks.

Sunday Games

Cowboys vs. Packers: Another Ice Bowl? Eh… but that’s what they’ll call it, forcing the media to create multiple jizz-sandwiches filled with tundra references. Aaron Rodgers is injured with a calf-tear, but last time I checked, the calf is not in the arm. Impressive research, I know. I actually think the Packers can win this one quite easily, but I’m assuming that the Cowboys collapse (including Romonobyl) has just been pushed forward to when it’ll cause the most damage, the Super Bowl… Cowboys.

Colts vs. Broncos: The Luck/Manning narrative will be egregious, but you have to figure the Broncos win this game. Broncos.

 

 

  1. Allan says:
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    Why so high on lafell?

    • Jay

      Jay says:
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      I liked defensive match-up he was going against.

  2. goodfold2 says:
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    wow, down on yr buddy olsen, even though SEA ain’t good at TE’s? i’m guessing it’s just how awful cam looked last week. see that gronk hold that wasn’t called, so NE gets to punt when they get a pass interference, BAL gets a TD. wonder who’s paying for this game, doubt it’s j.jones this time.

    • goodfold2 says:
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      @goodfold2: since he was barely targeted (good job CAR coordinators) when the game was actually winnable, your call was good. i love that wilson (with 2 L’s) was actually used for the first time in existence, wouldn’t be neat if next year a SEA TE was relevant for the first time in most people’s lives.

      • Jay

        Jay says:
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        Blind squirrel syndrome… my best guess!

    • Jay

      Jay says:
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      Yeah, I didn’t see much there at the time. I’m actually pretty surprised that this was a winnable game by the Panthers at certain points.

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