Week 13 Fantasy Football Rankings: QB, WR, TE

Nov 28

Week 13 Fantasy Football Rankings: QB, WR, TE

Did Week 13 treat you well? With all 32 teams in action over the Turkey Day weekend, was that a good thing (Cam Newton owners) or a bad thing (Brian Hartline owners)? Hopefully, these Week 13 Fantasy Football rankings will help you make that final push to either: Secure a bye week, get into the playoffs or stay out of the standings basement! The chances you already made the playoffs are good if you already have Robert Griffin III, who is on pace to become the highest scoring Fantasy rookie QB ever! With bye weeks a couple weeks behind us, you can continue to trim the fat on your roster, and start thinking about the playoffs. Grab some quarterbacks or wide receivers with favorable playoff passing matchups, like Rams QB Sam Bradford and WR Chris Givens (@BUF, MIN, @TB). And don’t forget about Eagles QB Michael Vick and TE Brent Celek (@TB, CIN, WAS). The Week 13 Fantasy Football Rankings for running backs, kickers and defenses were posted here on...

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Week 12 Fantasy Football Rankings: RB, K, DST

Nov 21

Week 12 Fantasy Football Rankings: RB, K, DST

There are 16 games in Week 12. That’s right. SIXTEEN GAMES! OMG! LOL! MY KEYBOARD IS STUCK!!! … OK, for real, 16 games in Week 12, and there are three — count ’em — three games on Turkey Day. With 16 games, that means there are 32 starting running backs to choose from for your lineup! No more starting Maurice Morris and Earnest Byner! The Week 12 Fantasy Football RB Rankings are chock full of good players! I posted the Week 12 Fantasy Football QB, WR and TE Rankings here on Tuesday. Week 12 NFL Schedule Houston at Detroit Washington at Dallas New England at N.Y. Jets Buffalo at Indianapolis Pittsburgh at Cleveland Oakland at Cincinnati Minnesota at Chicago Tennessee at Jacksonville Atlanta at Tampa Bay Seattle at Miami Denver at Kansas City Baltimore at San Diego San Francisco at New Orleans St. Louis at Arizona Green Bay at N.Y. Giants Carolina at Philadelphia Week 12 Fantasy Football RB Rankings These rankings are for non-PPR leagues, with four points for passing touchdowns. The fellas over at Four-Downs.com supply the rankings tool, so we’re very happy to use their tool. The Minnesota Vikings, N.Y. Giants, Seattle Seahawks and Tennessee Titans are all coming off bye weeks in Week 11, which means we’ll be getting back players like Adrian Peterson, Marshawn Lynch, Ahmad Bradshaw, Chris Johnson, Seahawks DST, Giants DST, Lawrence Tynes and Blair Walsh. Also, the rankings tool prevented me from adding Lions RB Mikel LeShoure, so understand that I have him 21st this week. And Jaguars RB Jalen Parmele is ranked 32nd this week, but he’s also not in the rankings tool. Again, I posted the Week 12 Fantasy Football QB, WR and TE Rankings on Tuesday. Meanwhile, enjoy our Week 11 Fantasy Football Rankings! You will need Flash in order to view the rankings, which means you may not be able to view it from your smartphone. Week 12 RB Fantasy Rankings Week 12 K Fantasy Rankings Week 12 DEF Fantasy Rankings...

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Week 12 Fantasy Football Rankings: QB, WR, TE

Nov 20

Week 12 Fantasy Football Rankings: QB, WR, TE

No more bye weeks! No more bye weeks! Our Week 12 Fantasy Football Rankings are complete once again because there are no more bye weeks! Wake the children! We can finally cut our backup defenses and tight ends! And we survived all of the bye weeks! … Sometimes I get overexcited. Just two games left in the Fantasy Football regular season though — and hopefully, you’re still in the running. I will post the Week 12 Fantasy Football RB Rankings on Thursday, along with the Kicker Rankings and Defense/Special Teams Rankings. Week 12 NFL Schedule Houston at Detroit Washington at Dallas New England at N.Y. Jets Buffalo at Indianapolis Pittsburgh at Cleveland Oakland at Cincinnati Minnesota at Chicago Tennessee at Jacksonville Atlanta at Tampa Bay Seattle at Miami Denver at Kansas City Baltimore at San Diego San Francisco at New Orleans St. Louis at Arizona Green Bay at N.Y. Giants Carolina at Philadelphia Week 12 Fantasy Football Rankings These rankings are for non-PPR leagues, with four points for passing touchdowns. The good guys over at Four-Downs.com supply the rankings tool, so we’re certainly grateful for their help. The Minnesota Vikings, N.Y. Giants, Seattle Seahawks and Tennessee Titans are all coming back from bye weeks in Week 12, which means we’ll be getting back players like Percy Harvin, Kyle Rudolph, Hakeem Nick, Victor Cruz, Eli Manning and Kenny Britt, as well as the Seahawks defense. Again, I’ll post the Week 12 Fantasy Football RB Rankings on Wednesday, along with the Ks and DSTs. Meanwhile, enjoy our Week 12 Fantasy Football Rankings! You will need Flash in order to view the rankings, which means you may not be able to view it from your smartphone. Week 12 QB Fantasy Rankings Week 12 WR Fantasy Rankings Week 12 TE Fantasy Rankings...

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Do You Dig Doug Martin or Trade Doug Martin?

Nov 17

Do You Dig Doug Martin or Trade Doug Martin?

After being named the NFL’s Offensive Rookie of the Month for October, Buccaneers RB Doug Martin went out in Week 9 and blew away Raiders defenders, his Fantasy Football owners and the opponents of said Fantasy Football owners. Doug Martin in Fantasy Football was suddenly a very hot commodity. Let’s first take a quick look at how amazing Martin’s game against Oakland was in Week 9. Doug Martin, RB, Tampa Bay Nov. 4, 2012 – 25 carries, 251 yards, 4 TDs, 4 rec., 21 rec. yards Martin was the second player in league history to run for over 250 yards while also running for four touchdowns (Denver’s Mike Anderson in 2000). Those 251 rushing yards are the third-most by an NFL rookie in one game ever (Adrian Peterson and DeMarco Murray). Through nine weeks, Martin was the highest-scoring Fantasy running back – with one more point than Arian Foster. Martin came close to catching NFL single-game rushing leader Peterson (296 yards) exactly four years to the day that Peterson set the mark, on Nov. 4, 2007. Comparing Martin’s day (51 points) to the best running back performances ever, from a Fantasy standpoint, he came in eighth. (Houston’s Billy Cannon had 330 yards from scrimmage and 5 total touchdowns (63 pts) on Week 13 of 1961). Martin was the first player with three touchdown runs of 45 yards or more in one game. According to ESPN, 197 of Martin’s 251 rushing yards came before contact with a defender. Martin’s 794 rushing yards on 154 carries in the first eight games are the fifth-most yards for any running back during the first half of their rookie season. The guys ahead of Martin include: Peterson (1,036 yards), Eric Dickerson (995), George Rogers (859) and Billy Sims (859). Martin broke James Wilder’s (219) Buccaneers franchise record for rushing yards in one game. Martin’s 486 yards from scrimmage over Week 8 and 9 are the most in two games since Walter Payton in 1977. Where Does Martin Rank Now? I’ve heard several Fantasy writers and friends say that they have Martin ranked just after the top six running backs in the league (Foster, Peterson, Ray Rice, LeSean McCoy, Marshawn Lynch and Matt Forte).But let’s...

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ProFootballMatchups – Best Week 11 NFL Bets

Nov 16

ProFootballMatchups – Best Week 11 NFL Bets

Welcome to the Week 11 of the NFL season and ProFootballMatchups.com picks of the week. This is where they’ll post their analysis of what they think are the best Week 11 NFL bets, helping you decide between the tough bets and the easy ones. Each week, they’ll post the top games of the week, usually along with their best Underdog Bet of the Week. There are only seven more weeks of the NFL regular season, so making the right wagers at online sportsbooks means more than ever!   Best Week 11 NFL Bets Games of the Week: Baltimore Ravens @ Pittsburgh Steelers The Ravens are coming off a statement victory over the Raiders, a team which the Steelers lost to earlier in the season. There has been a transformation in Baltimore from a smash mouth physical defense to a high octane hurry up offense. The offense has improved on their ability to hit on the big play as they are averaging 28.2 points and 354.1 yards per game. They feature a well-balanced attack, but the passing attack has been a strength averaging 249.2 yards per game. Due to injuries to key members and old age the Ravens D is not nearly as imposing unit, then they were a few years ago. The unit is allowing 21.8 points per game and is among the worst units in the NFL in yardage allowed, yielding 390.2 yards per game. The run defense has struggled allowing 132 yards per contest, which is interesting, since they are facing a three-headed monster in Rashard Mendenhall, Jonathan Dwyer and Isaac Redman. wstera2 via CompfightThe Steelers have won four straight after getting off to a shaky start. Unfortunately, they will be without the services of offensive leader Big Ben, who is out with a separated shoulder and bruised/broken ribs. The offense will turn to Byron Leftwich to lead the offense, but I expect the Steelers will try and win this game the old fashioned way, with a ground and pound attack and quick strikes downfield. The offensive numbers do not apply with Big Ben out, but they will try and key on on the 103.8 rushing yards they are averaging a game, since the Ravens run defense has been suspect lately. The defense is...

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Week 11 Fantasy Football Rankings: RB, K, DST

Nov 14

Week 11 Fantasy Football Rankings: RB, K, DST

It’s a three-game sprint to the Fantasy playoffs, and Week 11 is special in that it’s the last week of bye weeks. That means you’ll be picking up a kicker or defense to replace players like Blair Walsh and Seahawks DST. But that also means that many owners will be dropping very good kickers and DSTs in order to make it to the next week. Make sure you are ready for when they do that, especially if you have an open slot on your roster or a throwaway player like Pierre Thomas. You’ll be set up nicely for the final two weeks, and you can drop your other kicker or defense next week in order to grab the flavor-of-the-week running back. Speaking of running backs — Let’s get to the Week 11 Fantasy Football RB Rankings and find out what’s in store! I posted the Week 11 Fantasy Football QB, WR and TE Rankings here on Tuesday. Week 11 NFL Schedule Miami at Buffalo Tampa Bay at Carolina Green Bay at Detroit Arizona at Atlanta Philadelphia at Washington Cleveland at Dallas N.Y. Jets at St. Louis Cincinnati at Kansas City Jacksonville at Houston New Orleans at Oakland San Diego at Denver Indianapolis at New England Baltimore at Pittsburgh Chicago at San Francisco Week 11 Fantasy Football Rankings These rankings are for non-PPR leagues, with four points for passing touchdowns. The fine people over at Four-Downs.com supply the rankings tool, so we’re very happy to use their tool. The Minnesota Vikings, N.Y. Giants, Seattle Seahawks and Tennessee Titans are all on bye weeks in Week 11, which means we’ll be missing players like Adrian Peterson, Marshawn Lynch, Ahmad Bradshaw, Chris Johnson, Seahawks DST, Giants DST, Lawrence Tynes and Blair Walsh. And here are the teams that are coming back from bye weeks: Arizona, Cleveland, Green Bay and Washington. Hopefully, Aaron Rodgers, Trent Richardson, Albert Morris and LaRod Stephens-Howling are rested and ready to goin the final three weeks. Also, the rankings tool prevented me from adding Lions RB Mikel LeShoure, so understand that I have him 23rd this week. And Kai Forbath, who I also can’t force into the tool, ranks 13th overall this week among kickers. Again, I posted the...

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Week 11 Fantasy Football Rankings: QB, WR, TE

Nov 13

Week 11 Fantasy Football Rankings: QB, WR, TE

This is it! The final week of bye weeks! And with just three weeks left in the Fantasy Football regular season, you can’t afford to make any mistakes. If you have a 4-6 record, you still have a shot at a three-game winning streak and making it into the Fantasy playoffs. But there is very little room for error. Here are the Week 11 Fantasy Football Rankings to help get your team one step closer to the postseason! Week 11 has four teams on bye weeks once again, as we go full strength in Week 12, Week 13 and on. I will also be posting the Week 10 Fantasy Football RB Rankings on Wednesday, along with the Kicker Rankings and Defense/Special Teams Rankings. Week 11 NFL Schedule Miami at Buffalo Tampa Bay at Carolina Green Bay at Detroit Arizona at Atlanta Philadelphia at Washington Cleveland at Dallas N.Y. Jets at St. Louis Cincinnati at Kansas City Jacksonville at Houston New Orleans at Oakland San Diego at Denver Indianapolis at New England Baltimore at Pittsburgh Chicago at San Francisco Week 11 Fantasy Football Rankings These rankings are for non-PPR leagues, with four points for passing touchdowns. My friends over at Four-Downs.com supply the rankings tool, so we’re certainly grateful for their help. The Minnesota Vikings, N.Y. Giants, Seattle Seahawks and Tennessee Titans are all on bye weeks in Week 11, which means we’ll be missing players like Percy Harvin, Kyle Rudolph, Hakeem Nick, Victor Cruz, Eli Manning and Kenny Britt, as well as the Seahawks defense. And here are the teams that are coming back from bye weeks: Arizona, Cleveland, Green Bay and Washington. Hopefully, Robert Griffin III is rested and ready to rebound in the final three weeks. Please note, for some reason, Pittsburgh’s Byron Leftwich was not in the rankings tool, but I do rank him 20th for the upcoming week against the Ravens. Again, I’ll post the Week 11 Fantasy Football RB Rankings on Wednesday, along with the Ks and DSTs. Meanwhile, enjoy our Week 11 Fantasy Football Rankings! You will need Flash in order to view the rankings, which means you may not be able to view it from your smartphone. Week 11 QB Fantasy Rankings Week 11 WR...

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