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Topic: Lineup Analyzer Player Stat Projections for NFL Playoffs Round Two
 Russ Bliss_108
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Post Date: 01/11/11 14:06
I know that fantasy playoff drafts for the second round are coming around, and I figured I'd share what our Lineup Analyzer has projected the stats to be for this week. This is not all players with projected stats, as that would be an undertaking (do you really need me to put down which FB's will get anywhere from -2 to 4 yards rushing?). It's just the QB's and K's, with the top 10 RB's and WR's, and 8 TE's.
 
Lineup Analyzer Stat Projections for NFL Playoffs Round 2
 
 
QB's
1) Tom Brady: 260 pass yards, 2 rush yards, 3-4 pass TD's, 0 int's
2) Jay Cutler: 233 pass yards, 10 rush yards, 2-3 pass TD's, 0-1 int's
3) Aaron Rodgers: 257 pass yards, 29 rush yards, 1-2 pass TD's, 0 int's
4) Ben Roethlisberger: 317 pass yards, 10 rush yards, 1 pass TD, 0-1 int's
5) Matt Ryan: 197 pass yards, 6 rush yards, 1-2 pass TD's, 1 int
6) Joe Flacco: 182 pass yards, 6 rush yards, 1 pass TD, 0-1 int's
7) Matt Hasselbeck: 267 pass yards, 2 rush yards, 1 pass TD, 1-2 int's
8) Mark Sanchez: 183 pass yards, 9 rush yards, 0 pass TD's, 2 int's
 
 
RB's
1) Michael Turner: 86 rush yards, 3 receive yards, 0-1 rush TD's
2) Marshawn Lynch: 61 rush yards, 12 receive yards, 1 rush TD
3) BenJarvus Green-Ellis: 65 rush yards, 4 receive yards, 1 rush TD
4) Matt Forte: 72 rush yards, 38 receive yards, 0-1 rush TD's
5) LaDainian Tomlinson: 43 rush yards, 11 receive yards, 0-1 rush TD's
6) James Starks: 79 rush yards, 4 receive yards, 0 TD's
7) Rashard Mendenhall: 55 rush yards, 13 receive yards, 0 TD's
8) Danny Woodhead: 34 rush yards, 24 receive yards, 0-1 rush TD
9) Ray Rice: 37 rush yards, 25 receive yards, 0 TD's
10) Shonn Greene: 49 rush yards, 9 receive yards 0 TD's
 
 
WR's
1) Deion Branch: 3-4 receptions, 68 yards, 1 TD
2) Johnny Knox: 3-4 receptions, 66 yards, 1 TD
3) Wes Welker: 5-6 receptions, 62 yards, 1 TD
4) Mike Wallace: 5 receptions, 89 yards, 0-1 TD
5) Greg Jennings: 4 receptions, 77 yards, 0-1 TD
6) Mike Williams: 5 receptions, 60 yards, 0-1 TD
7) Roddy White: 5-6 receptions, 56 yards, 0-1 TD
8) Hines Ward: 4-5 receptions, 59 yards, 0 TD's
9) Santonio Holmes: 4 receptions, 50 yards, 0 TD's
10) Braylon Edwards: 3 receptions, 53 yards, 0 TD's
 
 
TE's
1) Rob Gronkowski: 3 receptions, 42 yards, 1 TD
2) Tony Gonzalez: 4 receptions, 33 yards, 0-1 TD
3) Aaron Hernandez: 2 receptions, 22 yards, 1 TD
4) Todd Heap: 3 receptions, 41 yards, 0 TD's
5) Heath Miller: 4 receptions, 45 yards, 0 TD's
6) John Carlson: 2 receptions, 16 yards, 0-1 TD
7) Dustin Keller: 3-4 receptions, 38 yards, 0 TD's
8) Greg Olsen: 2 receptions, 13 yards, 0-1 TD
 
 
K's
1) Robbie Gould: 3-4 PAT's, 2 FG's
2) Shayne Graham: 5 PAT's, 1 FG
3) Shaun Suisham: 1-2 PAT, 2 FG's
4) Olindo Mare: 2 PAT's, 1-2 FG's
5) Mason Crosby: 2-3 PAT's, 1 FG
6) Billy Cundiff: 1 PAT, 1-2 FG's
7) Matt Bryant: 2 PAT's, 1 FG
8) Nick Folk: 0-1 PAT's, 1 FG
 
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 michael_7626
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Post Date: 01/12/11 05:09
thanks russ, i've got two teams left
brady, green-ellis, welker.pats dee, r white, turner, bryant
team two, cutler,forte,knox.gould, bears dee, rice,heap bouldin
i will be a genius if bears make it to the superbowl.
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 Russ Bliss_108
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Post Date: 01/12/11 07:04
You and me both. Good luck!
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Post Date: 01/13/11 08:08
Russ, thanks. These LA predictions are helpful. One question for you:
Last week we saw a lot of number one receivers get shut down....like Reggie Wayne. I noticed that the numbers that LA predicts for Welker and Branch (which are good) aren't too far off what they actually got last time the Pats played the Jets. Do the Jets play a different matchup defense against the Pats than against someone like the Colts, e.g., no Revis Island?
Thanks
Glen
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Post Date: 01/13/11 09:49
The Patriots move their WR's around a bunch so they can try to create mismatches. It frustrated the Jets the last time they faced the Pats and could easily do so again.
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