This week's Fantasy Index Redrafter is available now.
Posted Nov. 06 at 12:20 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 important developments from week 9 games, and short first-glance previews of this week's matchups.
Posted by BILL REHOR | Nov. 06 at 12:59 PM
Hi Ian, you mentioned looking ahead at the schedule in the Green Bay section. I'm doing the same, but my concern is that week 15 matchup against Chicago. I've more or less secured a week 14 bye, so that week 15 game is the whole ball of wax for me now. Is Rodgers a safe play against that defense? Or do I try and trade for Freeman or someone else to start that week (I don't mean trade Rodgers, just acquire another QB in general)? If so, who else would you target? Thanks as always!
Posted by IAN ALLAN | Nov. 06 at 01:03 PM
I wouldn't be excited about using Rodgers in that game. He passed for only 219 yards and 1 TD against them back in Week 2, and that was at Lambeau. He was fine against them last year, putting up 8 TDs in two games, but he threw only 2 TDs in the three meetings the previous season. Maybe you can pull a blockbuster deal for another quarterback? Or maybe you just roll with him and hope he gets so hot he's torching whatever defense gets in his way.
Posted by Brett Watts | Nov. 06 at 04:17 PM
Who has more value to finish the season? Donald Brown or Jonathan Dwyer? I have Willis McGahee, Chris Johnson, and Mikel LeShoure in a non-PPR league and am a little thin at WR due to injuries and byes. I have Jordy Nelson, Eric Decker, Nate Washington, and Antonio Brown. I am seriously considering dropping Donald Brown or Dwyer for either T.Y. Hilton or Emmanuel Sanders. Is it reasonable to drop a RB in a committee situation dealing with injuries for a high upside WR who is coming on? The Colts schedule looks pretty favorable for Hilton going forward and I think he could be a nice flex option week 11 vs New England - especially if Jordy and Antonio aren't 100%. Thanks.
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