Taking the action in Week 7 and turning it into actionable information to weaponize against your league. Lets dive in. Denver Broncos vs Cleveland Browns Jerry Jeudy is coming back this week after suffering a gruesome high ankle sprain. I am here saying that trusting him this year is an exercise in futility. I thoughtContinue reading “Decipher and Decode: Week 7”
Week 5 may have offered one of the most exciting weeks of football in past memory. With that comes more opportunities to decode and decipher. As the season prolongs, the article will eventually take on a new look. Acknowledging the studs but looking deeper into the players with value left to offer.
We are a Thursday night game away from being ‘officially’ one fourth through the season. These next few weeks is when things become paramount for your seasonal or dynasty leagues. Teams with poor records are going to begin to find a way to climb out of the hole they are in, and teams that are undefeated are going to begin making move for the playoffs. The information gathered and presented here will give you a better idea which players to target and which players to avoid in the future weeks.
The same snap count article just revamped to bring you information beyond snaps counts in a condensed version. With this renewed article, I bring you Snap Counts, Target Share, and multiple other metrics to better define player expectations moving forward.
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After a hiatus I am thrilled to be back, for the week 12 decipher and decode. In order to keep this article from going long I am not going to do every game, instead I will highlight the important and pertinent information.
I am going to be focusing on sleepers this week and which players are worth being targeted and which players are roster cloggers for the year. These players that will be highlighted should not be mistaken as must-roster additions, but the type of player rostered to see if their opportunity increases during the games. Excluding a few names these players can be picked up Saturday evening or Sunday morning, because we all have that one roster spot for a lottery pick … right? The roster clogger section can be viewed as the ‘first to drop’ not a ‘must drop’.
Constantly refining ways to get you this information is something I am striving for. That being said basic trends are established. Using weekly and seasonal metrics I will do my best to give you the pertinent information to help push your teams over the edge.
While Christian McCaffrey misses a third straight week, fantasy owners need to keep an eye on both Mike Williams and Terry McLaurin. Williams has missed three straight practices, while McLaurin popped up on the injury report on Friday with a hamstring injury. Both are listed as questionable, but fantasy owners should follow news reports closely.
Phase Streaming is a concept I picked up for the under appreciated and under loved portions on our seasonal lineups; defenses and kickers. The concept here is finding a kicker that a manager can start for multiple weeks. Doing so allows the manager to focus on other waiver pick ups throughout the week. When I am projecting kickers I would want to stream moving forward I look at quite a few things.
Lawrence levitates, Cooks is back, and we’re Tremble’in for Tommy! @mclovinffaffair breaks down week 6 start sits
Heading into week five of the NFL season, I wanted to update fantasy managers on the current injury landscape around the league. As mentioned last week, this will be a weekly article available both on our website https://ffaffair.com/ and on Twitter @FantasyAffairFF. This will drop on Saturdays throughout the rest of the season. If you have questions in the interim, please drop me a line @vandygrad92 on Twitter.