This week's Fantasy Index Redrafter is available now.
Posted Oct. 23 at 11:12 AM
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 important developments from week 6 games, and short first-glance previews of this week's matchups.
Posted by Brett Watts | Oct. 23 at 12:06 PM
With the Texans DST on a bye this week, which is the best DST play : Miami, Detroit, or Cleveland? Need to get waiver claim in today. Thanks!
Posted by IAN ALLAN | Oct. 23 at 12:31 PM
Early lean would be the Lions. They've got a nice pass rush. If they get ahead against Seattle and Russell Wilson has to start passing a bunch, they could have a really nice game.
Posted by ANDY RICHARDSON | Oct. 23 at 04:23 PM
I think Cleveland will also grade out favorably against Philip Rivers, who has been prone to sacks and turnovers this season. The Browns have had some success in both areas.
Posted by CRAIG SMITH | Oct. 23 at 05:44 PM
What's with the standard rankings for special teams this week? You have San Diego #2 and Houston number #18, San Fran #27, Seattle #25, etc.
Posted by CRAIG SMITH | Oct. 23 at 06:00 PM
Actually it's the same thing for Yahoo and CBS ReDrafter Special Teams/Defense rankings. They don't match your analysis on the pdf files...
Posted by Mary Bellanti | Oct. 23 at 08:32 PM
Super RB bye troubles this week (although I'mnot too worried, I'm dominating my league 6-1. I'm currently running with Daryl Richardson (St. Louis)... and my choices are slim. Any chance that Jonathan Stewart, Daniel Thomas, Andre Brown, Kendall Hunter might be a better move? Hunter is intriguing but I don't know Gore's status. Thanks!!
Posted by ANDY RICHARDSON | Oct. 24 at 06:12 AM
Gore says he'll play, and with that being the Monday night game, you'd need to make your decision before knowing for sure. I would use Hunter over Richardson this week, personally; better matchup, and maybe they lighten Gore's load.
Posted by IAN ALLAN | Oct. 24 at 01:31 PM
Craig: in regards to Defense rankings, I made an error with importing the stats. The rankings on the pdfs are fine. But in putting the stat projections into the Excel stat file, I made some kind of error which allowed some corruption to sneak in. For those, I'm starting with per-game numbers, but each team's numbers must be multiplied by the number of games it has left. (Some teams still have their byes remaining, and they're not as valuable, in general). Anyway, somewhere along the line, I messed up the conversion matrix. It's been fixed now. The correct stats can now be accessed through the site. Apologies for that. I will pay extra attention in the following weeks to avoid doing it again.
Posted by CRAIG SMITH | Oct. 24 at 07:48 PM
Ian: Why is it back to per game totals instead of projected total for the year? I'm referring to the custom and default rankings - NOT the Excel file (true it was corrupted also, but I'm more concerned with the custom/default figures). The rankings are in the right order, but the stats you have list has changed to per/game numbers :-(
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