This week's Fantasy Index Redrafter is available now.
Posted Sep. 11 at 02:44 PM
Log in to view it online, or wait for e-mail delivery in a few minutes. The Fantasy Index Redrafter includes season-long cheat sheet rankings, projections and depth charts -- plus a brief look back at the week 1 games, and short first-glance previews of the coming Week 2 matchups.
Posted by BILL REHOR | Sep. 11 at 06:39 PM
Ian/Andy, hope you can answer a quick question before waivers are processed tonight. I'm in a league where we can only roster 4 RBs (start 2). I have Lynch, Mathews, A Morris (thank you FFI) and D Brown. CJ Spiller is sitting on waivers. I see you have Spiller ranked very high, but would you really dump one of these starters (Morris or Brown) for Spiller, knowing Fred Jackson could be back by week 6 or 7? I love Spiller but I'm afraid of being caught short-handed in the second half of the season. Would appreciate your input. Thanks!
Posted by IAN ALLAN | Sep. 11 at 07:33 PM
Without knowing the scoring system and whatnot, I think I would trim Brown and switch to Spiller.
Posted by NATHAN WINTERS | Sep. 12 at 09:16 AM
Hey guys, hope you can answer a question for me. I just realized after week 1 that my league has scoring for return yards for both individual players and ST/DEF. They didn't have this last year and I'm thinking it might be an oversight by our commish. How would something like this impact player and team rankings? According to Yahoo, where our league is hosted, Leon Washington is the #10 projected RB for week 2 all because of his estimated return yards. And Josh Cribbs is ranked 11th among WR's. These are two players that I doubt too many people would normally keep on their rosters. This is how it's scored: Return Yards(for individuals) 10 yards per point; 2 points at 100 yards; 4 points at 200 yards; 6 points at 300 yards(and 6 points for TD's of course) And for teams: Return Yards 10 yards per point(Again 6 points for TD's) Any insight on how this may impact rankings is much appreciated. Thanks and take care!
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