Ten VS Buffalo
Both of these teams have provided the fantasy world surprises this season. Many Fantasy teams recieved a fatal blow when Fred Jackson succumed to injury and you get expect to get that same kind of production out of CJ Spiller. There is over a YPC difference between the two backs. Chirs Johnson was a large disappointment for most of the Fantasy Season and most teams that drafted him high are probably on the outside looking in at the playoffs. 2 TD’s from a guy that is suppose to be one of the best in the league is unacceptable in fantasy or reality.
Both QB’s have been big surprises and have given teams at least a viable number 2 QB’s I’d play Hassleback in this game but would consider sitting Ryan Fitzpatrick. Ten has a better than advertised D. And with Hasselback you are most likely going to get a consistent performance.
KC at CHI
Two more teams with injury issue’s. I’d avoid both QB’s this game has the makings of an ugly one. I’d play the RB’s from both teams, and with Forte’s perfomance you have to keep playing him. This has the potential to be a low scoring game. I wouldn’t be surprised If Robbie Gould kicker from Chi had double digit point production.
Atl at Hou
Atl is Heathly but going against one of the best D’s in the league. I’d still play M. Turner but temper expectations. This is one of those game’s that looks good on Paper but might be a real stinker. Houston is down to there 3rd String QB TJ Yates out of North Carolina, who I believe will be just effective enough to not completely destroy the Texans running game. Play both Arian Foster and Ben Tate
Those are 3 games we keyed on with multiple injury issues happy hunting in week 13 and hope you make that final playoff push
Thursday Football is open us and you get three games to gorge yourself on. Let’s look at the three games from a fantasy perspective.
GB at Det:
Let’s Face it your playing pretty much all of your guys on both rosters. I’d avoid the Packers RB situation with Starks being highly questionable. This game has the potential to be a shoot out. However, don’t forget that Detroit made the game really ugly and low scoring against GB last season. Detroit now appears to have found a running back in Kevin Smith (again) currently averaging 8 yards a carry. This guy seems to have a good game every year. But if you need help at that position he would be worth a flyer because the best way to beat the Packers is attempt to Run on them? This will probably be the most entertaining game this weekend from a fanatsy perspective. Listed below are Kevin Smith’s Stat’s just remember buyer beware! Player to Watch Kevin Smith:
Mia at Dal
Miami can surprise people at times. Matt Moore has already outperformed Chad Henne but is going up against a Cowboy team that actually has something to play for. DeMarco Murray gives Dallas a legtimate running game. I also don’t believe that Miami will be able to handle of all Dallas’ skill position players. I’d expect a big game from Dez Bryant as long as he doesn’t get hurt. Player to watch: Dez Bryant:
SF at Bal
The Niners schedule has been brutal this year. Traveling across the nation on a short week again could lead to an offensive stinker from your niners players. Flacco has been inconsistent. Both of the D’s are playable in this game but there is a higher likelyhood that the Niners D is more of a gamble in this game . One of this fantasy season’s biggest surprises has been WR Torrey Smith out of Maryland. He’s added an element to the Raven’s offense that has been missing for year. A legtimate vertical threat. Player to watch: Torrey Smith:
Enjoy Thanksgiving and don’t forget to set your fantasy rosters!!! The season is winding down and you don’t want it to cost you.
Hind Sight is always 20/20 but for everyone that drafted Micheal Vick your season is probably over unless you were lucky enough to land a solid backup turned starter.
Matt Schaub another Highly drafted QB season is also Over.
There are guys out there that can still help you but if you have been eliminated and have nothing to play for should you stay out of it?
I think it depends on the make up of your league, if your in a league full of people you don’t care to play with again; or a league where the etiqutte is poor, do what you want. However, make sure you can live with your actions.
If this is a league that you plan on playing in again and have nothing to play for stay out of it. Acting immature might bite you in the rear end later.
Today the Option heavy offense lead by one Mr. Tebow will play against the NYJ. My advice is get your Jets. And Bench all of your Bronco WR/TE’s unless Mr. Tebow has had a revelation. Is own coach said he couldn’t run an NFL offense. Train Wreck waiting to happen?
Point One: looking at the schedule is a great idea; espically, if you can get a lower tier guy who is going to produce or has a high potential to produce due to playing a weak schedule:
Point Two: Pay attention to the schedule you may have your studs sitting the last weeks of the season. You need to plan for this so that your not paralyzed at the position during the fantasy season’s most critical games.
Point Three: Don’t carry guys that are producing but your not using if you can get fair value for them. You don’t need 5 studs at a position and if you have that kind of depth you probably need to improve elsewhere
Point Four: Handcuffs are your friend. You don’t want to be at the mercy of the Waiver Wire of the Auction process.
Point Five: Value is in the eye of the beholder before judging a trade try to put yourself in the other owners position and see if it makes both teams better.
Point Six: Don’t use the veto as a weapon. If a trade makes both teams better you have no business stop it.
Point Seven: If you didn’t care before don’t be a jerk and start trading people to affect league outcome
Point Eight: There is always next year: Some of the fun of fantasy football is meeting your friends and giving you a non threatining reason to keep up with old one’s in a friendly competitive enviorment.
Point Nine: Strategic Trading can save you, just be smart about it
Point Ten: Sleep on it and consider all angels of a Trade.
If the Packers lose when do the Stars start to sit?
Here is one of Fantasy Football’s Most consistent players regardless of the QB behind him.
This man consistently averages double digit fantasy points and scores in almost every game that he plays in. He plays behind a below average Offense line and now has a rookie QB. The reality of the situation is you can still rely on him for fantasy purposes. He’s always just one touch away from a big play for his team and yours.
Welcome to Dominant Fantasy Football.
The purpose of this site is to provide analysis and information to help you win your fantasy league. We will take looks at different scoring formats and provided names of players that can help you team that will most likely not be on someone elses roster.
A key to winning any fantasy league is understanding your leagues scoring format. Another key is understanding the waiver wire process. With all of the competing websites that are out there you need to pay attention to it.
Paying attention to the wire can also indicate if someone else in your league may be vulnerable to trade. For example if a guy continues to drop and add WR and you have a wealth of depth at the position he may be someone you need to target.
Wes Welker’s fantasy value may never be higher after recieving a 99 yard TD from Tom Brady. This might be the time to trade him because when dealing with NE Patriots players you never know who is going to have a good game.
A guy that might be able you:
A good fill in WR who is availalbe in many leagues is Robert Meachem WR NO. The Colston injury significatnly inflates his value.
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