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Schedules and Matchups – Week 9 Forward

Aaron Rodgers

Let’s go straight into the fantasy points against by position and schedules for each team going forward. I have limited time this week, so instead of providing my own thoughts, I’m going to let you come to your own conclusions.

Posted in Fantasy, Football, Strategy, Weekly Matchups

College Football Lucky Seven: The Hangover Edition

UCF Hangover?

This week’s Lucky Seven is below. Two weeks ago, I was 6-1. Last week, I was 5-2. So we’re going to keep this a weekly post until I crash back down to earth, which is pretty likely to happen soon,

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College Football Lucky Seven: A Rare Road Underdog Awaits

Jameis Winston

This week’s Lucky Seven is below. Last week, I was 6-1. I don’t have the time to break every game down, but I did give a nice explanation of my wonderfully unorthodox methods of selection in last week’s post. West

Posted in College Football, Football, Lucky Seven

The Matchups Game and Predictions for the Future

Nick Foles

If you’re not sure what these Italian Flag-looking charts mean, check out last week’s posts on QBs and RBs and WRs and TEs.  This week, I’m providing you with the stats and the schedules going forward once again. However, instead of the

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The Matchups Game – Wide Receivers and Tight Ends

Rueben Randle

You may remember a series of posts that I did last season detailing good and bad matchups and looking at upcoming schedules for each team. For an example of one, click here, but he sure to come back for more

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The Matchups Game – Quarterbacks and Running Backs

Philip Rivers

You may remember a series of posts that I did last season detailing good and bad matchups and looking at upcoming schedules for each team. For an example of one, click here, but he sure to come back for more

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Real or No Big Deal – Rushing Matchups

While three weeks of defensive data is far too small a sample size to determine which teams are very good and which teams are very bad defenses, there are things that can be gleaned from what we’ve seen in the

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