Hello Fantasy Faithfuls, I honestly have never felt worse after a week of fantasy football and not because my teams lost but because I was dead wrong on three players this week. During the live stream on Sunday I gave the advice to sit Peyton Barber, Latavius Murray and Jameis Winston for Watson, Peterson and Ekeler. Sure I gave good advice too but the bad ones are the ones that stick with me and make me want to do better!
On a happier note today we have a bunch of guys that you should take a look at to strengthen your roster. Let's dig in!
As usual these, these are my top projected players for Week 7 with ownership less than 70%. Philip Lindsay was the talk of the town at the start of the season but it has died down to make him a viable option to pick up this week. With 58% ownership there should be plenty of leagues where he is on waivers.
Robby Anderson really should have had a touchdown against the Colts this weekend but that might have been a good thing that he didn't catch it. Because his ownership is still low enough that he makes this list. Sure, his risk is very high this week but with Enunwa gone Anderson will see a bigger target share.
Bilal Powell is another Jet I am looking to acquire if possible. He is not someone that I am excited to play on a week to week basis but these BYE weeks combined with Running Back injuries to Ajayi, Devonta Freeman and Fournette I have been starved at the position.
Nelson Agholor actually lost ownership this week. Sure I am not going to start him against Carolina, Jacksonville and then he has a BYE week but I want to acquire him now while he is available so I can start him against the Saints in week 11 when there are six teams on BYE.
These four are my main guys that I keep pounding the table for. Dalton has Kansas City and Tampa Bay on the schedule so if you don't pick him up asap and play him in these two weeks you are going to miss a ton of points. There is no other Quarterback that has two games like that coming up. Oh, did I forget to tell you, after his BYE he's facing the Saints and play against the Raiders and the Browns in the fantasy playoffs. Get him now and while you are at it, get Tyler Boyd as well!
Golladay and Brown are my two favorite pickups of the year. Brown has had two rough weeks but he has such an amazing schedule for Wide Receivers that you can't ignore him. He has left to play the Saints (35.5), Steelers (30.6), Raiders (28.6), Falcons (30.2), Chiefs (24.9), Buccanners (32.3) and the Chargers (25.5). In the parentheses are the fantasy points the teams give up to Wide Receivers. There is no reason not to pick him up and enjoy all these pass defenses.
The Lions has a much harder schedule for Wide Receivers but Golladay's numbers are way to good to ignore. Even when facing the Dallas Cowboys, a team that had not given up a single receptions all year to where Golladay plays his best he still scored 7.4 points. That is a mark of a great fantasy player, even when they are having a bad day they produce something.
I made 303 Projections with Probabilities for Week 6.
I measure with 30 % accuracy, meaning if a player scored over his projection but the probability was 30 % or below I failed or if a player had 70 % probability but scored below his projection I also failed.
Out of the 303 Projection and Probabilities I had 253 Correct and 50 Incorrect. That means that 83% of all the numbers I provided gave You a good opportunity to plan your fantasy lineup for Week 6.
In Week 5 I had a 86% hit rate on my Projections so we now have two weeks in a row with an above 80% hit rate!
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The spreadsheets are dark and full of terror // CSD