Fantasy Football Matchups Matter

Fantasy Football Matchups Matter!

There is no doubt that Fantasy Football Matchups Matter! You can stop reading if your team is stacked with studs, because you’re an exception to the rule. However, if you’re in a normal league like the rest of us you’ve got some borderline guys and you never know who to flex this is the place for you.

Every week your players line up against a new guy on defense. With these new guys comes a new factors that impact your players. A new supporting cast, a new scheme, and new coaches. If you pay attention you can exploit these match-ups and maximize your team’s points.

Fantasy Football Matchups Matter Articles – 2016

WR1 – Week 3 – Week 4 – Week 5 – Week 6 – Week 7 – Week 10 – Week 11 – Week 12 – Week 13 – Week 14 – Week 15 – Week 16 – Week 17

WR2 – Week 3 – Week 4 – Week 5 – Week 6 – Week 7 – Week 10 – Week 11 – Week 12 – Week 13 – Week 14 – Week 15 – Week 16 – Week 17

RB – Week 3 – Week 4 – Week 5 – Week 6 – Week 7 – Week 10 – Week 11 – Week 12 – Week 13 – Week 14 – Week 15 – Week 16 – Week 17

QB – Week 7 – Week 10 – Week 11 – Week 12 – Week 13 – Week 14 – Week 15 – Week 16 – Week 17

TE – Week 3 – Week 4 – Week 5 – Week 6 – Week 7 – Week 10  Week 11 – Week 12 – Week 13 – Week 14 – Week 15 – Week 16 – Week 17

Change of Pack BackWeek 7 – Week 10 – Week 11 – Week 12 – Week 13 – Week 14 – Week 15 – Week 16 – Week 17

How can you use Fantasy Football Match Ups Matter to help you?

Every week a new calculation is done to determine what defenses are good and bad against what positions.  In addition to the point allowed to those positions we also look at the quality of opponent the defense is facing, the scheme of the defense, and of course the quality of players on the defense.

You can use these calculations to make sure your WR2 isn’t facing a shut down corner or your TE isn’t facing a team with great tight end coverage.

Using the Fantasy Football Match Ups Matter charts are simple. A red match-up is bad for your player, but a green match-up is good for your player. You can roughly estimate scores by taking the match-up value and adding it to a player’s average score. The calculation will give you a rough projection for the week and a way to compare players across charts.

These charts will also be used to track strength of schedule throughout the season and playoffs. You can use long-term match-ups to target players for the season or move players before they hit rough patches.

Remember, while match-ups matter you should always start your studs!

Fantasy Football Matchups Matter

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