Friday, October 23, 2009

Matchup Friday


Found a great little site that features favorable matchups, so I thought I would post it here and give you guys a little food for thought going into the weekend.

Headlines
WR Michael Crabtree to play about half of the snaps on Sunday
RB Jerious Norwood out indefinetly
RB Marion Barber will play with fractured thumb
RB Sammy Morris doesn't make trip to London
QB Ryan Fitzpatrick will likely start for Bills

Worst Run Defenses (Opposing Running Backs)
26. St. Louis Rams (Joseph Addai-Donald Brown)
27. San Diego Chargers (Larry Johnson-Jamaal Charles)
28. Oakland Raiders (Thomas Jones-Leon Washington)
29. Carolina Panthers (Marshawn Lynch-Fred Jackson)
30. Cleveland Browns (Ryan Grant)
31. Tampa Bay Buccaneers (Laurence Maroney-Kevin Faulk)
32. Buffalo Bills (DeAngelo Williams-Jonathan Stewart)

Worst Pass Defenses (Opposing QB,WR,TE)
24. Minnesota Vikings (Roethlisberger, Hines Ward, Santonio Holmes, Heath Miller)
25. Kansas City Chiefs (Rivers, Vincent Jackson, Antonio Gates, Darren Sproles)
26. Dallas Cowboys (Matt Ryan, Roddy White, Antonio Gonzalez)
27. St. Louis Rams (Manning, Reggie Wayne, Dallas Clark, Austin Collie)
28. Cincinnati Bengels (Cutler, Hester, Johnny Knox, Earl Bennett, Greg Olson)
29. Detroit Lions-BYE
30. Jacksonville Jaguars-BYE
31. Arizona Cardinals-(Manning, Steve Smith, Mario Manningham, Hakeem Nicks)
32. Tennessee Titans-BYE

Fox Sports Roger Rotter's Week 7 Top 20 Players
1. Peyton Manning, Ind (QB)
2. Drew Brees, NO (QB)
3. Tom Brady, NE (QB)
4. DeAngelo Williams, Car (RB)
5. Randy Moss, NE (WR)
6. Reggie Wayne, Ind (WR)
7. Adrian Peterson, Min (RB)
8. Thomas Jones, NYJ (RB)
9. Aaron Rodgers, GB (QB)
10. Matt Schaub, Hou (QB)
11. Philip Rivers, SD (QB)
12. Ben Roethlisberger, Pit (QB)
13. Larry Fitzgerald, Ari (WR)
14. Greg Jennings, GB (WR)
15. Andre Johnson, Hou (WR)
16. Roddy White, Atl (WR)
17. Marques Colston, NO (WR)
18. Michael Turner, Atl (RB)
19. Ronnie Brown, Mia (RB)
20. Frank Gore, SF (RB)

Fantasy Football Toolbox Start 'Em-
QB-Matt Cassell-Although the Chiefs won their first game of the season last week, Cassel wasn't at his best. Look for him to bounce back this week when he faces the San Diego Chargers.

RB-Laurence Maroney-Can it really be possible that Laurence Maroney might finally get a real chance to be a fantasy starter? Last week with Fred Taylor already out with an injury and Sammy Morris going down in the first quarter, Maroney stepped up and carried the ball 16 times for 123 yards and 1 touchdown to go along with 3 catches for 10 yards. So follow Morris's injury status this week and if he is out, then Maroney should be in your line-up.

RB-Ricky Williams-Even though Ricky is splitting carries with Brown, he has rushed for over 50 yards in 4 out of 5 games, to go along with 11 catches for 132 yards and has scored a touchdown in 3 out of 5 games. It seems it doesn't matter who the Dolphins play and if they are winning or losing, they will run the ball as often as they can. Look for another solid week from Ricky Williams.

WR-Miles Austin-Even if Roy Williams is back this week, Austin will be staying in the starting line-up and Romo will continue to look to him to make big plays. Get Austin in your line-up this week.

WR-Austin Collie-It took Collie a few weeks to get going, but over his last 2 games he has 14 receptions for 172 yards and 3 touchdowns as he gains Peyton Manning's confidence. This week the Colts face the St. Louis Rams, who can't seem to stop very much these days. Until Gonzalez comes back from injury, Collie should be a good start

4 comments:

PG said...

Interesting that Giant Mike is starting Marion Barber over Larry Johnson this week. As he knows all too well, starting the right player could mean the difference between a win and a loss. I just hope he doesn't spend the weekend agonizing over who is the smarter play.

Michael said...

For now it is changed, but I am going to agonize over it until the games start.

I think either way I am going to beat you, so in the end it probably wont matter much..

Emerson Rose Clark said...

Put it this way, you're the Anaheim Angels to my New York Yankees. Prepare to be rolled.

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