We now have three weeks of football action to analyze. Hopefully we can put the additional data to good use and make some good lineup recommendations this week. Last week the data was able to be sorted by the column of your choice. This additional option can be very helpful as you use the data to decide which TE to start or which of your QBs has a tougher matchup.
Please let us know what lineup questions you may have, good luck this week, and below are a couple specific names I like and don’t like.
– Romo validated his toughness by leading the Cowboys to victory on Monday night, but had only an average fantasy football night. With the state of his o-line, young WRs, and a tough Detroit defense, I expect another average fantasy day for Tony.
– Brady is always a must start, but coming off a 4 INT loss and playing a bad Oakland pass defense, I have sky high expectations for Tom this week.
– Flacco, Schaub, and Matt Ryan are all right on the edge of being called every week starters. They fall below the start boarder this week. If you have another option, possibly named Eli Manning, Newton or Grossman, I would strongly consider it.
– Denarius Moore and Jacoby Ford, if he can get healthy, are good starts against New England.
– Mike Thomas, Santana Moss, Brandon Lloyd, and possibly Eric Decker need to find their way into your starting lineup in week 4.
– Jermichael Finley versus a Denver defense who has been tough on TEs will be a great matchup to watch this weekend.
– If Gates is ruled out, Randy McMicheal is not only worth a pick up, but potential a start this week.
– Jimmy Graham will continue his quest to be a top 5 fantasy TE this week against Jacksonville.
Team: The team that is being evaluated for their defensive strength
Opp: The team with your fantasy players
Yds/gm: Total passing yards given up per game
QB FPA: Fantasy points allowed to quarterbacks
Comp%: Completion Percentage against
WR FPA: Fantasy points allowed to wide receivers
TE FPA: Fantasy points allowed to tight ends
Yds/c: Yards Per Catch
TDs: Passing touchdowns allowed
Average: The average of each each individual ranking