Can you believe we are already down to the final quarter of the 2013 NFL season? With the fantasy football playoffs kicking off this weekend, some of you may think your fantasy season is over because you did not make the playoffs. If you’re in that boat, think again. That’s exactly why daily fantasy football is great. You can play as much or as little as you want and never have to worry about making the playoffs or dealing with the waiver wire each week. If you would like to play some daily games this week, click on any of the links below to get started:
I have already finished breaking down the quarterbacks and running backs for this week and will be finishing up the wide receivers and tight ends shortly. All of my player report include a breakdown of each player’s matchup and fantasy point predictions from scoutPRO’s patented software. To get a taste for what my reports are like, here is my analysis of Marshawn Lynch and Cam Newton:
Marshawn Lynch - Last week was the 2nd time this season Lynch was a non-factor in a home game due to game score/He struggled to find running room against the Saints (2.81 YPC) and was on the sidelines in the 4th quarter due to a big lead/In Week 2, Marshawn had 125 total yards and 3 rushing TD’s against the 49ers/He has 316 yards rushing with 6 TD’s in his last 3 home starts against San Fran/Last year, he rushed for 103 yards in his road game against the 49ers/San Fran has struggled at times this season against the RB position (4 teams have scored 25+ fantasy points)/They have played better against the run in the last 2 weeks/Low upside matchup even with a solid resume.
Cam Newton - Cam played great last week and has helped the Panthers win 8 straight games/Carolina is banged up at RB and Newton has started to runmore in the last six weeks (four 50-yard rushing games and 4 rushing TD’s)/Cam has 3 total TD’s in 5 games this season (three at home)/Last year, he threw for 501 yards and 2 total TD’s in his two starts against the Saints/Prior to last week, New Orleans had allowed less than 20 fantasy points to the QB in eight of nine weeks/I’m sure last week’s beating by Wilson will give the Saints defense plenty to think about heading into this week’s game/I expect both teams to score, but I can’t expect Newton to have an elite game against a respectable defensive team/Pass.
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