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Every walk-off in MLB postseason history

2020.09.19 06:13 displacedindavis Every walk-off in MLB postseason history

REQUEST: I do ask that you please try not to overwhelm the comments section with Cheatstros/Asterisks posts. Yes, that happened, it was terrible, but let's try and focus on the bigger picture here as well.
The walk-off is an iconic tradition that makes baseball truly special compared to other sports. When it happens in the postseason, it's even more epic (provided, of course, you didn't root for the team that lost the game).
It's just a win, right? Well, there's a strange psychological effect associated with walk-offs. It requires a ton of effort just to make a walk-off scenario possible. It means you played the other team close. It's fun to keep up with the other team but also frustrating to watch the other team keep up with you all the way down to the end. Maybe your team had a miraculous late surge. Or maybe you're trying to negate the other team's late miraculous surge. At this point, for all the work you've put in, all the joy and/or heartbreak you've experienced, the only acceptable outcome is a win. And boy, does it feel good to get it.
And you can multiply this sentiment in the postseason because every game counts. A long, exhaustive list of postseason walk-offs to follow. Relive the joy...or pain...or both.

Year Game Info (Winning and Losing Team, Score, Series and Game #) Walk-off Info (player, type of hit/play, misc)
2019 STL 5 ATL 4 (11), NLDS Game 4 Yadier Molina sac fly
2019 HOU 3 NYY 2 (11), ALCS Game 2 Carlos Correa solo HR
2019 HOU 6 NYY 4, ALCS Game 6 Jose Altuve 2-run HR wins series
2018 MIL 3 COL 2 (10), NLDS Game 1 Mike Moustakas 1-run single
2018 LAD 2 MIL 1 (13), NLCS Game 4 Cody Bellinger 1-run single
2018 LAD 3 BOS 2 (18), WS Game 3 Max Muncy solo HR wins the longest playoff game ever
2017 CLE 9 NYY 8 (13), ALDS Game 2 Yan Gomes 1-run single caps off an 8-3 comeback
2017 HOU 2 NYY 1, ALCS Game 2 Carlos Correa 1-run double
2017 LAD 4 CHC 1, NLCS Game 2 Justin Turner 3-run HR
2017 HOU 13 LAD 12 (10), WS Game 5 Alex Bregman 1-run single wins the joint-highest scoring WS game and caps off a multi-comeback effort
2016 TOR 5 BAL 2 (11), ALWC Edwin Encarnacion 3-run HR
2016 TOR 7 TEX 6 (10), ALDS Game 3 Rougned Odor throwing error allows 1-run, challenge unsuccessful
2016 SFG 6 CHC 5 (13), NLDS Game 3 Joe Panik 1-run double
2015 KCR 5 NYM 4 (14), WS Game 1 Eric Hosmer sac fly caps off a 4-3 comeback in the 9th
2014 KCR 9 OAK 8 (12), ALWC Salvador Perez 1-run single caps off a 7-3 comeback overall, a 7-6 comeback in he 9th, and an 8-7 comeback in the 12th
2014 STL 5 SFG 4, NLCS Game 2 Kolton Wong solo HR
2014 SFG 5 STL 4 (10), NLCS Game 3 Randy Choate throwing error scores 1 run
2014 SFG 6 STL 3, NLCS Game 5 Travis Ishikawa 3-run HR wins series
2013 TBR 5 BOS 4, ALDS Game 3 Jose Lobaton solo HR
2013 OAK 1 DET 0, ALDS Game 2 Stephen Vogt 1-run single
2013 BOS 6 DET 5, ALCS Game 2 Jarrod Saltalamacchia 1-run single caps off late 5-2 comeback
2013 STL 3 LAD 2 (13), NLCS Game 1 Carlos Beltran 1-run single
2013 STL 5 BOS 4, WS Game 3 Will Middlebrooks obstruction scores 1 run
2012 NYY 3 BAL 2 (12), ALDS Game 3 Raul Ibanez solo HR caps off a 2-1 comeback in the 9th
2012 DET 5 OAK 4, ALDS Game 2 Don Kelly sac fly
2012 OAK 4 DET 3, ALDS Game 4 Coco Crisp 1-run single caps off a 3-1 comeback in the 9th and brings the A's back from a 2-0 series deficit
2012 WAS 2 STL 1, NLDS Game 4 Jayson Werth solo HR
2011 MIL 3 ARI 2 (10), NLDS Game 5 Nyjer Morgan 1-run single wins series
2011 TEX 7 DET 3 (11), ALCS Game 2 Nelson Cruz grand slam is the first recorded instance to walk off a playoff game
2011 STL 10 TEX 9 (11), WS Game 6 David Freese solo HR caps off a 7-4 comeback late, including a 7-5 comeback in the 9th, and a 9-7 comeback in the 10th
2010 SFG 6 PHI 5, NLCS Game 4 Juan Uribe sac fly
2009 MIN 6 DET 5 (12), AL Central Tiebreak* Alexi Casilla 1-run single caps off 5-4 comeback in the 10th
2009 NYY 4 MIN 3 (11), ALDS Game 2 Mark Teixeira solo HR caps off a 3-1 comeback in the 9th
2009 LAD 3 STL 2, NLDS Game 2 Mark Loretta 1-run single caps off 2-1 comeback in the 9th
2009 NYY 4 LAA 3 (13), ALCS Game 2 Maicer Izturis throwing error scores 1 run and caps off a 3-2 comeback in the 11th
2009 LAA 5 NYY 4 (11), ALCS Game 3 Jeff Mathis 1-run double
2009 PHI 5 LAD 4, NLCS Game 4 Jimmy Rollins 2-run double caps off a 4-3 comeback in the 9th
2008 BOS 3 LAA 2, ALDS Game 4 Jed Lowrie 1-run single wins series
2008 TBR 9 BOS 8 (11), ALCS Game 2 BJ Upton sac fly
2008 BOS 8 TBR 7, ALCS Game 5 JD Drew 1-run single caps off a 7-0 comeback
2008 PHI 5 TBR 4, WS Game 3 Carlos Ruiz 1-run infield single is the first ever to walk off a playoff game
2007 COL 9 SDP 8 (13), NLWC Tiebreak* Jamey Carroll sac fly caps off an 8-6 comeback in the 13th
2007 BOS 6 LAA 3, ALDS Game 2 Manny Ramirez 3-run HR
2007 CLE 2 NYY 1 (11), ALDS Game 2 Travis Hafner 1-run single
2006 DET 6 OAK 3, ALCS Game 4 Magglio Ordonez 3-run HR wins series and caps off a 3-0 comeback
2005 HOU 7 ATL 6 (18), ALDS Game 4 Chris Burke solo HR wins series and caps off a 5-0 comeback, also winning the longest playoff game at the time
2005 CWS 2 LAA 1, ALCS Game 2 Joe Crede 1-run double
2005 CWS 7 HOU 6, WS Game 2 Scott Podsednik solo HR
2004 NYY 7 MIN 6 (12), ALDS Game 2 Hideki Matsui sac fly caps off a 6-5 comeback in the 12th
2004 BOS 8 LAA 6 (10), ALDS Game 3 David Ortiz 2-run HR wins series
2004 ATL 4 HOU 2 (11), NLDS Game 2 Rafael Furcal 2-run HR
2004 BOS 6 NYY 4 (12), ALCS Game 4 David Ortiz 2-run HR makes him the first MLB player with 2 walk-off HRs in the same postseason and caps off a 4-3 comeback in the 9th
2004 BOS 5 NYY 4 (14), ALCS Game 5 David Ortiz 1-run single
2004 HOU 3 STL 0, NLCS Game 5 Jeff Kent 3-run HR
2004 STL 6 HOU 4 (12), NLCS Game 6 Jim Edmonds 2-run HR
2003 OAK 5 BOS 4 (12), ALDS Game 1 Ramon Hernandez bunt single caps off a 4-3 comeback in the 9th
2003 BOS 3 OAK 1 (11), ALDS Game 3 Trot Nixon 2-run HR
2003 FLA 4 SFG 3 (11), NLDS Game 3 Ivan Rodriguez 2-run single caps off a 3-2 comeback in the 11th
2003 NYY 6 BOS 5 (11), ALCS Game 7 Aaron Boone solo HR wins series and caps off a late 5-2 comeback
2003 FLA 4 NYY 3 (12), WS Game 4 Alex Gonzalez solo HR
2002 SFG 2 STL 1, NLCS Game 5 Kenny Lofton 1-run single wins series
2001 ARI 2 STL 1, NLDS Game 5 Tony Womack 1-run single wins series which is a first for the D-Backs
2001 NYY 3 SEA 1, ALCS Game 4 Alfonso Soriano 2-run HR
2001 NYY 4 ARI 3 (10), WS Game 4 Derek Jeter solo HR caps off a 3-1 comeback in the 9th
2001 NYY 3 ARI 2 (12), WS Game 5 Alfonso Soriano 1-run single caps off a 2-0 comeback in the 9th
2001 ARI 3 NYY 2, WS Game 7 Luis Gonzalez 1-run single wins series and caps off a 2-1 comeback in the 9th
2000 SEA 2 CWS 1, ALDS Game 3 Carlos Guillen bunt single wins series
2000 NYM 3 SFG 2 (13), NLDS Game 3 Benny Agbayani solo HR
2000 NYY 4 NYM 3 (12), WS Game 1 Jose Vizcaino 1-run single
1999 CLE 3 BOS 2, ALDS Game 1 Travis Fryman 1-run single
1999 NYM 4 ARI 3 (10), NLDS Game 4 Todd Pratt solo HR wins series
1999 NYY 4 BOS 3 (10), ALCS Game 1 Bernie Williams solo HR
1999 NYM 5 ATL 4 (15), NLCS Game 5 Robin Ventura 1-run single (technically a grand slam, but only 1 run crossed home)
1999 ATL 10 NYM 9 (11), NLCS Game 6 Andruw Jones walk wins series
1999 NYY 6 ATL 5 (10), WS Game 3 Chad Curtis solo HR
1998 ATL 2 CHC 1 (10), NLDS Game 2 Chipper Jones 1-run single
1998 HOU 5 SDP 4, NLDS Game 2 Bill Spiers 1-run single
1997 CLE 5 NYY 4, ALDS Game 4 Omar Vizquel 1-run single
1997 FLA 2 SFG 1, NLDS Game 1 Edgar Renteria 1-run single
1997 FLA 7 SFG 6, NLDS Game 2 Moises Alou 1-run single
1997 CLE 2 BAL 1, ALCS Game 3 Marquis Grissom steals home
1997 CLE 8 BAL 7, ALCS Game 4 Sandy Alomar 1-run single
1997 FLA 3 CLE 2 (11), WS Game 7 Edgar Renteria 1-run single wins series and caps a 2-1 comeback in the 9th
1996 NYY 5 TEX 4 (12), ALDS Game 2 Dean Palmer throwing error scores 1 run
1996 NYY 5 BAL 4 (11), ALCS Game 1 Bernie Williams solo HR
1995 CLE 5 BOS 4 (13), ALDS Game 1 Tony Pena solo HR caps off a 4-3 comeback in the 11th
1995 NYY 7 SEA 5 (15), ALDS Game 2 Jim Leyritz 2-run HR
1995 SEA 6 NYY 5 (11), ALDS Game 5 Edgar Martinez 2-run double wins series and caps off a 5-4 comeback in the 11th
1995 CLE 7 ATL 6 (11), WS Game 3 Eddie Murray 1-run single
1993 PHI 4 ATL 3 (10), NLCS Game 1 Kim Batiste 1-run double
1993 TOR 8 PHI 6, WS Game 6 Joe Carter 3-run HR wins series and caps off a 6-5 comeback in the 9th, it is also the last walk-off HR in the playoffs when trailing to date
1992 ATL 3 PIT 2, NLCS Game 7 Francisco Cabrera 2-run single wins series and caps off a 2-0 comeback in the 9th
1992 TOR 3 ATL 2, WS Game 3 Candy Maldonado 1-run single
1991 ATL 5 MIN 4 (12), WS Game 3 Mark Lemke 1-run single
1991 ATL 3 MIN 2 (11), WS Game 4 Jerry Willard sac fly
1991 MIN 4 ATL 3 (11), WS Game 6 Kirby Puckett solo HR
1991 MIN 1 ATL 0 (10), WS Game 7 Gene Larkin 1-run single to win series
1990 CIN 5 OAK 4 (10), WS Game 2 Joe Oliver 1-run single
1988 LAD 5 OAK 4, WS Game 1 Kirk Gibson 2-run HR to cap off a 4-3 comeback in the 9th
1988 OAK 2 LAD 1, WS Game 3 Mark McGwire solo HR
1986 CAL 4 BOS 3, ALCS Game 4 Bobby Grich 1-run single
1986 NYM 6 HOU 5, NLCS Game 3 Lenny Dykstra 2-run HR to cap off a 5-4 comeback in the 9th
1986 NYM 2 HOU 1 (12), NLCS Game 5 Gary Carter 1-run single
1986 NYM 6 BOS 5 (10), WS Game 6 Bill Buckner error scores 1 run to cap off a 5-3 comeback in the 10th
1985 TOR 6 KCR 5 (10), ALCS Game 2 Al Oliver 1-run single to cap off a 5-4 comeback in the 10th
1985 STL 3 LAD 2, NLCS Game 5 Ozzie Smith solo HR
1985 KCR 2 STL 1, WS Game 6 Dane Iorg 2-run single to cap off a 1-0 comeback in the 9th
1984 SDP 7 CHC 5, NLCS Game 4 Steve Garvey 2-run HR to bring the Padres back from a 2-0 series deficit
1982 STL 4 ATL 3, NLCS Game 2 Ken Oberkfell 1-run single
1981 HOU 3 LAD 1, NLDS Game 1 Alan Ashby 2-run HR
1981 HOU 1 LAD 0 (11), NLDS Game 2 Denny Walling 1-run single
1981 PHI 6 MTL 5 (10), NLDS Game 4 George Vukovich solo HR to bring the Phillies back from a 2-0 series deficit
1980 HOU 1 PHI 0 (11), NLCS Game 3 Denny Walling sac fly
1980 KCR 4 PHI 3 (10), WS Game 3 Willie Aikens 1-run single
1979 BAL 6 CAL 3 (10), ALCS Game 1 John Lowenstein 3-run HR
1979 CAL 4 BAL 3, ALCS Game 3 Larry Harlow 1-run double to cap off a 3-2 comeback in the 9th
1978 LAD 4 PHI 3 (10), NLCS Game 4 Bill Russell 1-run single
1978 NYY 4 LAD 3 (10), WS Game 4 Lou Piniella 1-run single to cap off a 3-0 comeback
1977 NYY 4 LAD 3 (12), WS Game 1 Paul Blair 1-run single
1976 NYY 7 KCR 6, ALCS Game 5 Chris Chambliss solo HR wins series
1976 CIN 7 PHI 6, NLCS Game 3 Ken Griffey Sr 1-run single caps off a 6-4 comeback in the 9th
1976 CIN 4 NYY 3, WS Game 2 Tony Perez 1-run single
1975 CIN 6 BOS 5, WS Game 3 Joe Morgan 1-run single
1975 BOS 7 CIN 6 (12), WS Game 6 Carlton Fisk solo HR to cap off a late 6-3 comeback
1973 OAK 2 BAL 1 (11), ALCS Game 3 Bert Campaneris solo HR
1973 CIN 2 NYM 1, NLCS Game 1 Johnny Bench solo HR
1972 OAK 3 DET 2 (11), ALCS Game 1 Al Kaline throwing error scores winning run on top of a Gonzalo Marquez 1-run single to cap off a 2-1 comeback in the 11th
1972 DET 4 OAK 3 (10), ALCS Game 4 Jim Northrup 1-run single to cap off a 3-1 comeback in the 11th and bring the Tigers back from a 2-0 series deficit
1972 CIN 4 PIT 3, NLCS Game 5 Bob Moose wild pitch scores winning run to win series (for the Reds) and cap off a 3-2 comeback in the 9th
1972 OAK 3 CIN 2, WS Game 4 Angel Mangual 1-run single to cap off a 2-1 comeback in the 9th
1971 BAL 3 PIT 2 (10), WS Game 6 Brooks Robinson sac fly
1969 BAL 4 MIN 3 (12), ALCS Game 1 Paul Blair bunt single to cap off a 3-2 comeback in the 9th
1969 BAL 1 MIN 0 (11), ALCS Game 2 Curt Motton 1-run single
1969 NYM 2 BAL 1 (10), WS Game 4 Pete Richert throwing error scores 1 run
1964 NYY 2 STL 1, WS Game 3 Mickey Mantle solo HR
1962 LAD 8 SFG 7, NL tiebreak Game 2* Ron Fairly sac fly caps off a 5-0 comeback
1960 PIT 10 NYY 9, WS Game 7 Bill Mazeroski solo HR to win series and claim the only walk-off HR to date in a WS Game 7
1959 LAD 6 MIL 5 (12), NL tiebreak Game 2* Felix Mantilla throwing error on top of Carl Farillo single scores 1, wins series and caps off a 5-2 comeback in the 9th
1958 MIL 8 NYY 7 (10), WS Game 1 Bill Bruton 1-run single
1957 MIL 7 NYY 5 (10), WS Game 4 Eddie Mathews 2-run HR to cap off a 5-4 comeback in the 10th
1956 BRO 1 NYY 0 (10), WS Game 6 Jackie Robinson 1-run single
1954 NYG 5 CLE 2 (10), WS Game 1 Dusty Rhodes 3-run HR
1953 NYY 4 BRO 3, WS Game 6 Billy Martin 1-run single wins series
1951 NYG 5 BRO 4, NL tiebreak Game 3* Bobby Thompson 3-run HR wins series and caps off a 4-1 comeback in the 9th
1950 NYY 3 PHI 2, WS Game 3 Jerry Coleman 1-run single
1949 NYY 1 BRO 0, WS Game 1 Tommy Henrich solo HR to earn the first walk-off HR in WS history
1947 BRO 3 NYY 2, WS Game 4 Cookie Lavagetto 2-run double to cap off a 2-1 comeback in the 9th
1945 CHC 8 DET 7 (12), WS Game 6 Stan Hack 1-run double
1944 STL 3 SLB 2 (11), WS Game 2 Ken O'Dea 1-run single
1939 NYY 2 CIN 1, WS Game 1 Bill Dickey 1-run single
1935 DET 4 CHC 3, WS Game 6 Goose Goslin 1-run single wins series
1934 DET 3 STL 2 (12), WS Game 2 Goose Goslin 1-run single
1929 PHA 3 CHC 2, WS Game 5 Bing Miller 1-run double wins series and caps off a 2-0 comeback in the 9th
1927 NYY 4 PIT 3, WS Game 4 Johnny Miljus wild pitch scores 1 run and wins series (for the Yankees)
1924 WAS 4 NYG 3, WS Game 2 Roger Peckinpaugh 1-run double
1924 WAS 4 NYG 3 (12), WS Game 7 Fred Lindstrom 1-run double wins series
1916 BOS 2 BRO 1 (14), WS Game 2 Del Gainer 1-run single
1915 BOS 2 PHI 1, WS Game 3 Duffy Lewis 1-run single
1914 BSN 5 PHA 4 (12), WS Game 3 Bullet Joe Bush error scores 1 run and caps off a 4-2 comeback in the 10th
1912 BOS 3 NYG 2 (10), WS Game 8 Larry Gardner sac fly wins series and caps off a 2-1 comeback in the 9th
1911 NYG 4 PHA 3 (10), WS Game 5 Fred Merkle sac fly caps off a 3-0 comeback including a 3-1 comeback in the 9th
1910 CHC 4 PHA 3 (10), WS Game 4 Jimmy Sheckard 1-run single caps off a 3-2 comeback in the 9th

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2020.08.24 10:04 Tavmania [Global News] FFT Collab Part 2, Story Ch. 8 Sc. 2, FFT Event Quest Rerun, and more

Gumi has also released an FFBE Updates video today, featuring SQEX_Justin and Hiroki!: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=KQTho51mnTs
Since the video contains quite a few details, seperate from the Notices, I decided to do a bit of a transcript. Give the video a shot, since Justin does a fine job in it here.

Scheduled Maintenance:

25/08/2020, from 18:00 to 26/08/2020 00:00.
Make sure to use up your Arena Orbs, NRG and more.

FFT Collaboration Part II Campaign

FFT Login Bonus

Features the UR Blades of Grass Vision Card, MR Gaffgarion and his shards, and a total of 3000 Visiore over a period of 10 days!
WOTV-Calc's link for Blades of Grass: https://wotv-calc.com/JP/card/cao-di

FFT - Part 1 Challenge Missions

The old Challenge Missions will return. If you've completed these in the previous opportunity, then you won't be able to receive the rewards again. Rewards contain Ramza shards, Gaffgarion shards, and other items to strengthen your characters.

FFT - Part 2 Challenge Missions

Contains Mustadio shards, FFT Part II Event Medals, and other items to strengthen your characters.

Limited Chocobo Expedition

Orbonna Monastery Precincts, featuring the following items:
  • FFT2 Event Medals
  • Delita, Agrias, Mustadio, Orlandeau, Ramza and Gaffgarion shards
If the previous chocobo expedition is anything to go by, just expect to not see any unit shards.

FFT Part II - EX-Quest

  • Features the item named "Sortilége".
    • As someone who has lived in Switzerland for a good part of my life, I was under the impression that the correct spelling is sortilège, but it turns out that in FFT itself, the item is actually with an é. They kept that here.
  • WOTV-calc link: https://wotv-calc.com/JP/equipment/soruteireziyu
  • Grants Evasion and Blind Resistance. Especially with Equipment Stacking, I'd advise you to just get it.
  • Personal note: officially announced Hiroki, the original Part I ex-quest will likely also be featured for Nagnarok. No official date announced in the Notice, so not certain if this quest is available in the first week.

Double JP Campaign

Delita, Agrias and Mustadio receive twice the JP points during this campaign at the Quest Results screen!

Milestone rewards week 1

  • Features Delita.
  • If we follow JP trends, Agrias consumption bonuses will be featured on week 2
Milestone (visiore spent) Gifts
500 Burst Pot x 10, Armor Pot x 10
3000 Delita shards x 5, Rainbow Orb x1
6000 Delita shards x 10, Rainbow Orb x1
12000 Delita shards x 15, Rainbow Orb x2
24000 Delita shards x 20, Rainbow Orb x2
50000 Delita shards x 20, Rainbow Orb x3

In Other News...

Daily Missions Update

  • Starting 26/08 meaning that this is a permanent change, until a new modification/buff comes around.
  • The Daily Missions will feature (starting from 26th of August) 100 Visiore, 6 Skip Tickets and a Summon Ticket every day.

UR Unit Challenge

  • Get UR Mediena, lots of Mediena unit shards, loads of Visiore and 3 UR unit summon tickets!

Daily JP Quest

  • Announced to not give 500 JP, but 1000 JP! The Job Crystal card will get you even more.

Double Arena Medal campaign

  • From drops after an Arena battle.

Six Month Anniversary Countdown.

  • 2500 Visiore over 5 days.

Chapter 8, Scene 2 available!

No details given.

Secret Book Reward Quests

An actual schedule was given:
  • 26/8 - 01/9: Spears, Guns, Fists.
  • 02/9 - 08/9: Armor, Accessory, Ninja Blade and Sword, Greatsword, Axe.
  • 09/9 - 15/9: Mace, Bow, Armor.
  • 16/9 - 22/9: Staff, Katana, Dagger.
  • 29/9 - 6/10: Armor, Accessory, Ninja Blade
  • 30/9 - 13/10: Sword, Greatsword, Axe.

Important notes from the newly released youtube video:

Featured units

Agrias

  • Check out the youtube video starting from 3:46, Justin does a perfectly fine job explaining her kit.
  • Main Job: Holy Knight.
  • Sub Jobs are Paladin and Cleric.
  • GL-exclusive adjustment: ST ATK/MAG buff in JP only affects males, while it will affect everyone in GL now. That hopefully makes it easier to use.
  • WOTV-calc link: https://wotv-calc.com/JP/unit/aguriasu

Delita

  • Check out the youtube video starting from 2:16, Justin does a perfectly fine job explaining his kit.
  • Main Job's name is Squire, the name overlaps with Ramza's Squire. It's not the same job.
  • Sub Jobs are Soldier and Paladin.
  • WOTV-Calc link: https://wotv-calc.com/JP/unit/deirita

Mustadio

Unit AI Adjustments

Justin has officially announced that the AI will be adjusted, so that Orlandeau actually uses the Equipment Ability from Thunder God's Cape. Hooray!
This event will also be a chance to obtain these units again.

Vision Cards:

UR - Blades of Grass

  • Bestowed Effect: Attack Up/Evade Down
  • Party ability: Accuracy Up

MR - Red Chocobo

  • Bestowed Effect: Magic Up
  • Party Ability: Light Attack Up
  • Obtaining this Vision Card will also allow you to obtain the corresponding esper!

Midlight's Deep

Event Starts on 2nd of September, similar to the Porcelain Tower.
Image taken from the video: https://imgur.com/a/rHkKIrk
Requirements: unit must be over level 20.
  • Modeled after the Midlight's Deep, from the second half of FFT.
  • Dungeon is unique because the area is dark. However, killing an enemy and spawning a crystal (i.e. waiting 3 turns), will lighten up the map. (see image)
  • Spawning the crystals should make the battle easier. Use this to your advantage!
  • Rewards from 5th floor should feature Agrias UR Sword.
  • Rewards from 10th and final floor should feature a Rainbow Vision Fragment, 10x summon ticket, Ice Megacryst, Sword Books.

FAQ corner:

Q: Are there any improvements being made to gain shards for units that are new or featured? A: Long story short: Yes. Long answer: Members of the community have mentioned that they feel shards are difficult to get a hold of. Adjustments have already been made on August 5th. A summon bonus feature has been introduced in which a gauge builds up every time a UR doesn't drop. When the gauge is filled up, a UR unit OR VC is guaranteed to drop on your next 10x pull. Also, shards for new units will always be featured in the Whimsy shop. Also, you can exchange Friend Medals, Guild Medals and Arena Medals for units at the Mog Shop. Looking ahead, we intend to continue listening to the community and will do our best to respond as quickly as we can to its requests.
Q: The Hard Quest Drop Double Up has been well received, can we expect it to come back? A: There are plans to bring this event back in the future, but need to take game balance into account.

In commemoration of this video and of FFT Part II...

  • Giving away a bundle of gifts for logging in, containing:
    • 2000 Visiore
    • 20 million Gil
    • 2 Rainbow Fragments
    • 2 Rainbow Vision Orbs
    • 200 x Growth Egg (MR)
    • 20 x NRG Restore (L)
    • 20 x All types of Magicite (XL)
And 15 free multipulls!
  • For a total of 150 free summons.
  • Can be accumulated to do 150 free summons in a row? (Would I risk it, considering potential bugs? Personally not)

6-month anniversary:

Hiroki, in the video, mentions that they can't mention the details yet as to what they have in store. However, he wanted to announce the half-anniversary anyway.
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2020.07.30 16:36 Soul_Man2004 Photographers

An editing base for David Bowie's photographers.
The original was removed by bots so I'm using my profile instead. Don't think I'll be able to put it anywhere else... made it for myself anyway, hmph.
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2020.05.02 23:03 nirbateman Looking for wants

Hey guys, I accumulated quiet a bit of wants and I would like to find most or all of them, so if you have one or more of those, I would love to hear from you! You can PM me here.
Audio wants
Assassins 1992, London Anthony Barclay -- Balladeer, Paul Bentley -- Pres. Gerald Ford, Cathryn Bradshaw -- Lynette (Squeaky) Fromme, Michael Cantwell -- John Hinckley, Jack Ellis -- Leon Czolgosz, Michelle Fine, David Firth -- John Wilkes Booth, Louise Gold -- Sara Jane Moore, Henry Goodman -- Charles Guiteau, Paul Harrhy -- Giuseppe Zangara, Ciaran Hinds -- Samuel Byck, Sue Kelvin -- Emma Goldman, The Paul Bentley -- Proprietor, Gareth Snook -- James Blaine, Kevin Walton -- David Herold *Soundboard

Camelot - 1/5/63 OBC Closing Night Julie Andrews (Guinevere), Robert Goulet (Lancelot), Richard Burton (Arthur), Roddy McDowal (Mordred)

A Chorus Line - 5/23/75 New York Renee Baughman (Kristine Urich), Kelly Bishop (Sheila Bryant), Pamela Blair (Valerie Clark), Wayne Cilento (Mike Costa), Kay Cole (Maggie Winslow), Ronald Dennis (Richie Walters), Patricia Garland (Judy Turner), Ron Kuhlman (Don Kerr), Nancy Lane (Bebe Benzenheimer), Baayork Lee (Connie Wong), Priscilla Lopez (Diana Morales), Robert LuPone (Zach), Cameron Mason (Mark Anthony), Donna McKechnie (Cassie Ferguson), Don Percassi (Alan DeLuca), Michel Stuart (Gregory Gardner), Thommie Walsh (Bobby Mills III), Sammy Williams (Paul San Marco), Clive Wilson (Larry)

A Chorus Line July 12, 1975 ~ Broadway Donna McKechnie (Cassie), Robert LuPone (Zach), Kelly Bishop (Shelia), Sammy Williams (Paul), Priscilla Lopez (Diana), Thommie Walsh (Bobby), Baayork Lee (Connie), Wayne Cilento (Mike), Patricia Garland (Judy), Don Percassi (Al), Renne Baughman (Kristine), Michael Stuart (Greg), Pam Blair (Val), Cameron Mason (Mark), Nancy Lane (Bebe), Ronald Dennis (Richie), Kay Cole (Maggie), Ron Khulman (Don), Clive Clerk (Larry)

A Chorus Line July 25, 1975 ~ Broadway Renee Baughman (Kristine Urich), Kelly Bishop (Sheila Bryant), Pamela Blair (Valerie Clark), Wayne Cilento (Mike Costa), Kay Cole (Maggie Winslow), Ronald Dennis (Richie Walters), Patricia Garland (Judy Turner), Ron Kuhlman (Don Kerr), Nancy Lane (Bebe Benzenheimer), Baayork Lee (Connie Wong), Priscilla Lopez (Diana Morales), Robert LuPone (Zach), Cameron Mason (Mark Anthony), Donna McKechnie (Cassie Ferguson), Don Percassi (Alan DeLuca), Michel Stuart (Gregory Gardner), Thommie Walsh (Bobby Mills III), Sammy Williams (Paul San Marco), Clive Wilson (Larry)

A Chorus Line April 24, 1976 ~ Broadway Robert LuPone (Zach), Clive Clerk (Larry), Ron Kuhlman (Don), Kay Cole (Maggie), Wayne Cilento (Mike), Baayork Lee (Connie), Michael Stuart (Greg), Donna McKechnie (Cassie), Kelly Bishop (Sheila), Thommie Walsh (Bobby), Nancy Lane (Bebe), Patricia Garland (Judy), Ronald Dennis (Richie), Don Percassi (Al), Renee Baughman (Kristine), Pamela Blair (Val), Cameron Mason (Mark), Sammy Williams (Paul), Priscilla Lopez (Diana)

A Chorus Line - 3/31/79 London closing night Petra Siniawski (Cassie), Geoffrey Webb (Zach), Wendy Baldock (Sheila), Graham Turner (Paul), Diane Langton (Diana), Linda Williams (Val), Leslie Meadows (Bobby), Jeffery Shankley (Al), Jo-Anne Robinson (Kristine), Richard Lloyd-King (Richie), Liz Bagley (Connie), Mark White (Mike), Judy Gridley (Judy), Nina Caie (Bebe), Susan Claire (Maggie), Lance Aston (Don), Peter Barry (Mark), Christopher Molloy (Greg), John Chester (Larry), Martin Baker (Roy), Thom Booker (Butch), Rachel Izen (Tricia), Peter Loury (Tom), June Ingrahm (Lois), Juliet Naylor (Vicki), Tracie Hart (Liza), Carla Farnsworth Webb (Paula), Julie Collins (Wendy)

A Chorus Line September 29, 1983 ~ Broadway Donna McKechnie, Ann Rienking, Cheryl Clark, Vicki Fredrick, Deborah Henry, Angelique Ilo, Wanda Richert, Ann Louise Schaut, Pam Sousa (Cassie), Eivind Harum, Joe Bennett (Zach), Kelly Bishop (Sheila), Sammy Williams, Tommy Agulair, Rene Clemente, Steve Crenshaw, Drew Geraci, Wayne Melendandri, Evan Pappas, George Pesaturo, Sam Viverito, Timpthy Wahrer (Paul), Priscilla Lopez, Chikae Ishikawa (Diana), Thommie Walsh (Bobby), Baayork Lee, Jennifer Ann Lee (Connie), Wayne Cilento (Mike), Patricia Garland, Sandahl Bergman (Judy), Don Percassi, Scott Plank (Al), Renne Baughman, Kerry Casserly (Kristine), Michael Stuart, Justin Ross (Greg), Karen Jablons, DeLee Lively, Mitzi Hamilton (Val), Cameron Mason, Timothy Scott (Mark), Terri Klausner (Bebe), Ronald Dennis, Gordon Owens (Richie), Kay Cole (Maggie), Ron Khulman, David Thomé (Don), Clive Clerk (Larry), The Current New York Company, The International Company, The National Company, The Bus & Truck Company, The Las Vegas Company, The Chicago Company and the Foreign Companies A gala performance featuring almost every cast member from every major production since 1975. Became the longest running musical in Broadway History on this date, and would hold that title until 2000 SOUNDBOARD

Evita London July 1978 Elaine Paige (Eva Perón), David Essex (Ché), Joss Ackland (Juan Perón), Siobhan McCarthy (Mistress), Mark Ryan (Magaldi) (Not the one with the last track patched from the album)

Evita 1980-01-22 – West End, Prince Edward Theatre, London, UK Elaine Paige (Eva Peron), John Turner (Peron), Gary Bond (Che)

Evita 1980-04-05 – West End, Prince Edward Theatre, London, UK Marti Webb (Eva Perón), Gary Bond (Ché), John Turner (Perón), Mark Ryan (Magaldi), Siobahn McCarthy (Perón's Mistress)

Follies February 20, 1971 ~ Boston (First Preview) Dorothy Collins, John McMartin, Gene Nelson, Alexis Smith, Yvonne DeCarolo Musical Numbers with some dialogue, Highlights Only.

Follies April 1972 ~ Broadway (Opening Night, Colonial Theatre, Original Broadway Production) Alexis Smith (Phyllis), Dorothy Collins (Sally), Gene Nelson (Buddy), John McMartin (Ben), Yvonne DeCarlo (Carlotta), Ethel Shutta (Hattie), Fifi D'Orsay (Solange), Justine Johnson (Heidi).Follies April 5, 1972 (Matinee) Young Phyllis — Alexandra Borrie;Young Ben — John Johann; Dmitri Weissman — Edwin Steffe (understudy); Emily Whitman — Camila Ashland; Theodore Whitman — Ted Lawrie; Christine Crane — Jan Clayton; Kevin — David Roman; Willy Wheeler — Donald Weissmuller; Meredith Lane — Marion Marlowe; Sandra Donovan — Sonja Levkova

Follies September 1972 ~ Los Angeles Janet Blair (Sally), Alexis Smith (Phyllis), Edward Winter (Ben), Gene Nelson (Buddy), Yvonne DeCarlo (Carlotta Campion), Ethel Shutta (Hattie Walker), Justine Johnston (Heidi Schiller), Mary McCarty (Stella Deems), Fifi D'Orsay (Solange LaFitte), Marti Rolph (Young Sally/Young Heidi), Suzanne Rogers (Young Phyllis), Kurt Peterson (Young Ben), Harvey Evans (Young Buddy), Camila Ashland (Emily Whitman), Ted Lawrie (Theodore Whitman), Helon Blount (DeeDee West), Sonja Levkova (Sandra Donovan), Terry Saunders (Meredith Lane), Jan Clayton (Christine Crane), Patrick Spohn (Vincent), Jayne Turner (Vanessa), Edwin Steffe (Dimitri Weissman), Michael Bartlett (Roscoe), John J. Martin (Max Deems), Joel Craig (Willy Wheeler), Roy Barry (Kevin), Candace Cooke (Roscoe's daughter), Jacqueline Payne (Young Hattie), David Evans (Young Vincent), Margot Travers (Young Vanessa), Joseph Nelson (Major-Domo), John Grigas (Chauffeur)

Follies July 1977 ~ Milwaukee, MI Dorothy Collins (Sally), Anne Jeffreys (Phyllis), Jack Washburn (Ben), Ted Lawrie (Buddy), Jill Corey (Carlotta Campion), Dorsey Vogt (Hattie Walker), Janet Baxter Peltz (Heidi Schiller), Honey Sanders (Stella Deems), Jo Fischer (Solange LaFitte), Alice Cannon (Young Sally), Kathy Taylor (Young Phyllis), Kevin Daly (Young Ben), Frank Root (Young Buddy), Marianne Challis (Young Heidi), Julie Jenner (Emily Whitman), Betty Wragge (Thea Whitman), David Curry (Vincent), Irma Curry (Vanessa), Paul Albrecht (Dimitri Weissman), Clyde Laurents (Roscoe), Cris Groenendaal (Max Deems), Joe Billone (Kevin), Gary Barker (Chauffeur), Jeanne Krempp (Young Carlotta), Diane Nicole (Young Hattie), Mib Bramlette (Young Stella), Judith Ann Conte (Young Solange), Ruth Anne McCoy (Young Emily), Jan Wahl (Young Thea)

Follies 1985 ~ Manchester Mary Millar (Sally), Josephine Blake (Phyllis), Kevin Colson (Ben), Bill Bradley (Buddy), Jeannie Harris (Carlotta Campion), Chili Bouchier (Hattie Walker), Betty Benfield (Heidi Schiller), Meg Johnson (Stella Deems), Monica Dell (Solange LaFitte), Liz Izen (Young Sally), Debbie Snook (Young Phyllis), Stephen Hale (Young Ben), Paul Burton (Young Buddy0, Meryl Richardson (Young Heidi), Shirley Greenwood (Emily Whitman), Bryan Burdon (Theodore Whitman), Peter Honri (Vincent), Marie Lorraine (Vanessa), David Scase (Dimitri Weismann), Joseph Powell (Roscoe), Les Want (Max Deems), Lorraine Croft (Young Stella), Mitch Sebastian (Young Vincent), Kim Ismay (Young Vanessa), Linda Jane Holmes (Francesca), David Morgan-Young (Kevin), Anthony O’Driscoll (Chauffeur), Anthony Thomas James (Photographer)

Guys and Dolls Revival 1992 ~ Broadway Peter Gallagher (Sky Masterson), Nathan Lane (Nathan Detroit), Faith Prince (Miss Adelaide), Josie de Guzman (Sarah Brown), Walter Bobbie (Nicely-Nicely Johnson), Eleanor Glockner (Agatha) SOUNDBOARD

Gypsy - Broadway - 1974 Angela Lansbury, Zan Charisse, Rex Robbins

Hello Dolly - Broadway - December 27, 1970 - Closing Night Ethel Merman, Jack Goode, Russell Nype, June Helmers, Danny Lockin, Georgia Engel

Hello Dolly - Broadway - 1978 Carol Channing (Dolly Gallagher Levi), Eddie Bracken (Horace Vandergelder), Florence Lacey (Irene Molloy), Lee Roy Reams (Cornelius Hackl), Robert Lydiard (Barnaby Tucker), Alexandra Korey (Minnie Fay), K.T. Baumann (Ermengarde), Michael C. Booker (Ambrose Kemper), Johan Anania (Rudolph), P.J. Nelson (Ernestina)

Into the Woods March 17 1993 - Sydney Judi Connelli (Witch), Simon Chilvers (NarratoA ComposeMysterious Man), Tony Sheldon (Baker), Geraldine Turner (Baker's Wife), Pippa Grandison (Cinderella), Dean McRae (Jack), Melissa Jaffer (Jack's Mother), Sharon Millerchip (Little Red Ridinghood), Phillip Quast (Cinderella's Prince/Wolf), D. J. Foster (Rapunzel's Prince), Leonie Cambridge (Rapunzel), Deborah Wells (Cinderella's Stepmother), Jenny Vuletic (Florinda/Snow White), Jacquline Linke (Lucinda/Sleeping Beauty), Susanne Towers (Cinderella's MotheGranny)

Into the Woods March 28, 2012 - Baltimore Lauren Kennedy (Witch), Jeffry Denman (Narrator), Erik Liberman (Baker), Danielle Ferland (Baker's Wife), Jenny Latimer (Cinderella), Justin Scott Brown (Jack), Cheryl Stern (Jack's Mother), Dana Steingold (Little Red Ridinghood), Nik Walker (Cinderella's Prince/Wolf), Britney Coleman (Rapunzel), Robert Lenzi (Rapunzel's Prince/Cinderella's Father), Alma Cuervo (Cinderella's StepmotheGrandmotheGiant), Nikka Lanzarone (Florinda), Eleni Delopoulos (Lucinda), Jeremy Lawrence (Steward/Mysterious Man) Nice to have an audio of Danielle Ferland (the original Little Red Ridinghood on Broadway) as the Baker's Wife. She's amazing in "Moments in the Woods"!

La Cage Aux Folles - London - July 24, 2009 Philip Quast, Roger Allam, Nolan Frederick, Ben Deery, Alicia Davies, Tracie Bennett, Iain Mitchell, Abigail McKern, Adrian Der Gregorian, Scott Spreadbury, Matt Krzan, Nicolas Cunningham, Darren Carnall, Gary Murphy, Ben Bunce, Leanne Harwood, Robert Maskell

Little Shop Of Horrors The Comedy Theatre London 12th August 1985 Seymour - Barry James, Mushnik - Harry Towb, Audrey - Claire Moore, Orin and others - David Burt, Crystal - Nicola Blackman, Ronnette - Dawn Hope, Chiffon - Shezwae Powell, Audrey II - Gary Martin Notes: The track with "The Meek Shall Inherit" contains the following scene which includes "Somminex" and "Somewhere That's Green (Reprise)."

A Little Night Music January 23, 1973 ~ Boston (Opening night) George Lee Andrews, Len Cariou, Despo, Patricia Elliott, Beth Fowler, Hermione Gingold, Laurence Guittard, Garn Stephens, Glynis Johns, Judy Kahan, Mark Lambert, Barbara Lang, Victoria Mallory, Teri Ralston, Benjamin Rayson, Elaine Tomkinson, Gene Varrone

A Little Night Music October 17, 1995 ~ London Judi Dench (Desirée Armfeldt), Siân Phillips (Madame Armfeldt), Laurence Guittard (Fredrik Egerman), Joanna Riding (Anne Egerman), Brendan O'Hea (Henrik Egerman), Lambert Wilson (Count Carl-Magnus Malcolm), Patricia Hodge (Countess Charlotte Malcolm), Issy van Randwyck (Petra), Claire Cox (Fredrika), Di Botcher, Louise Reckon-Richards, Kate Dyson, Tim Godwin, Sylvia Griffin, Stephen Hanley, Paul Kynman, Joe Maddison, John Owen-Jones, Ernestina Quarcoo, Morag McLaren

Oliver! January 1965 ~ Chicago Ronny Kroll (Oliver Twist), Davey Jones (The Artful Dodger), Robin Ramsey (Fagin), Judy Bruce (Nancy), Danny Sewell (Bill Sykes), Alan Crofoot (Mr. Bumble), Bram Nossen (Mr. Brownlow), Dawna Shove (Widow Corney), John Miranda (Mr. Sowerberry), Ruth Maynard (Mrs. Sowerberry)

On the Town 1971 ~ Broadway Ron Husmann (Gabey), Jess Richards (Chip), Remak Ramsay (Ozzie), Donna McKechnie (Ivy Smith), Phyllis Newman (Claire De Loone), Bernadette Peters (Hildy), Tom Avera (Pitkin), Marilyn Cooper (Lucy Schmeeler), Fran Stevens (Maude P. Dilly)

Promises, Promises - 1968 Broadway soundboard Jerry Orbach (Chuck Baxter), Jill O'Hara (Fran Kubelick)

Rebecca Caine: No, No, Cosette - London - March 25, 2012 Rebecca reveals her dark side. Music by Blitzstein, Vernon Duke, Turnage, Ravenhill/Offenbach, Kern, Porter, Novello, Yeston, Coward and more. With Nathan Martin on piano.

Rocky Horror June 22, 1991, London Anthony Head (Frank N Furter), Craig Ferguson (Brad Majors), Zalie Burrow (Janet Weiss), Tim Whitnall (Riff Raff), Kate O'Sullivan (The Usherette/Magenta), Vicky Licorish (Columbia), Ivan Kaye (Dr. Scott/Eddie), Adam Caine (Rocky), Peter Bayliss (The Narrator), Ian Good (Phantom), Julia Hampson (Phantom), Penelope McGhie (Phantom), Paul Reeves (Phantom), Stephen Thiebault (Phantom), Mark Turnbull (Phantom) *Final performance

Sunday in the Park with George 1990 West End Phillip Quast (George), Maria Friedman (Dot/Marie), Sheila Ballantine (Old Lady/Blair Daniels), Nuala Willis (Nurse/Harriet Pawling), Michael O'Connor (Franz/Dennis), Nicolas Colicos (A SoldieAlex), Gary Raymond (Jules/Bob Greenberg), Nyree Dawn Porter (Yvonne/Naomi Eisen), Michael Attwell (A Boatman/Lee Randolph), Megan Kelly (Celeste #1), Clare Burt (Celeste #2/Betty), Aneirin Huws (Louis), Di Botcher (Frieda/Elaine), Ellen van Schuylenburch (Woman Looking for a Glove), Barry Atkinson (Man Playing the Horn), Matt Zimmerman (Mr./Charles Redmond), Vivienne Martin (Mrs./Billie Webster), Buffy Davis (A Waitress), Simon Fielder (A Photographer) -Tracked

Sweeney Todd (Broadway Revival: 1989) Bob Gunton (Sweeney Todd), Beth Fowler (Ms. Lovett), Jim Walton (Anthony), Gretchen Kinglsey (Johanna), David Barron (Judge Turpin), Micahel McCarty (Beadle Bamford), Eddie Korbich (Tobias), SuEllen Estey (Beggar Woman), Bill Nabel (Pirelli)

Sweeney Todd - Melbourne, Australia - June 21, 2019 Anthony Warlow and Gina Riley

West Side Story - Scandinavian tour - Copenhagen, Denmark - March 16, 1962 - Soundboard David Holliday (Tony), Jill Martin (Maria), Carole Gray (Anita), Rikki Septimus (Bernardo), Gordon Wales (Riff)

Video wants
Anything Goes London -- July 17, 2004 Sally Ann Triplett, John Barrowman, Martin Marquez, Simon Day, Mary Stockley, Susan Tracey, Rachel Stanley Amazing quality with a lot of close-ups! Almost look like it's a proshot! 2 DVDs

Assassins 12/21/90 ~ New York Victor Garber,Terrence Mann, Jonathan Hadary, Lee Wilkof, Annie Golden, Debra Monk, Patrick Cassidy, Greg Germann From Playwrights Horizons; one head in the way and filmed from very close; upgraded copy with clearer picture and sound; a very nice video A
Into The Woods Nancy Dussault (Witch), Cynthia Sikes (Baker's Wife), Chip Zien (Baker), Kim Crosby (Cinderella), Edmund Lyndeck (NarratoMysterious Man), Robert Westenberg (Cinderella's Prince/Wolf), Ben Wright (Jack), Barbara Bryne (Jack's Mother), LuAnne Ponce (Little Red), Marin Mazzie (Rapunzel), Dean Butler (Rapunzel's Prince), Merle Louise (Cinderella's MotheGranny/Giant), Joy Franz (Stepmother), Kay McClelland (Florinda), Teresa Burrell (Lucinda), Adam Grupper (Steward) Complete recording of Nancy Dussault in the role of the witch. The recording looks like it was professionally shot with one camera, maybe for media purposes. It is completely watchable, but unfortunately there is a decent amount of generational loss. File Format: VOB, 1 Disc

Into The Woods 1989, Broadway Betsy Joslyn, Dick Cavett, Chip Zien, Chuck Wagner, Barbara Bryne, Ben Wright, Danielle Ferland, Kim Crosby Broadway Highlights nicely filmed, about an hour's worth of footage; Cavett was still new and didn’t know all of the lines yet. A little dark at times, but good quality overall! File Format: VOB, 1 Disc

Into The Woods 1993 ~ Wytenshaw, England Caroline O'Conner, Grania Renihan, Glyn Kerslake, Charles Foster, Fenton Gray, Barry James, Di Botcher, Lindsey Dawson Very well filmed, extremely clear video. Almost looks pro shot with nice closeups and good sound A

Into The Woods 1993, Sydney, Australia Judi Connelli (Witch), Simon Chilvers (NarratoA ComposeMysterious Man), Tony Sheldon (Baker), Geraldine Turner (Baker's Wife), Pippa Grandison (Cinderella), Dean McRae (Jack), Melissa Jaffer (Jack's Mother), Sharon Millerchip (Little Red Ridinghood), Phillip Quast (Cinderella's Prince/Wolf), D. J. Foster (Rapunzel's Prince), Leonie Cambridge (Rapunzel), Deborah Wells (Cinderella's Stepmother), Jenny Vuletic (Florinda/Snow White), Jacquline Linke (Lucinda/Sleeping Beauty), Susanne Towers (Cinderella's MotheGranny)

A Little Night Music 1995 ~ London Dame Judi Dench, Joanna Riding, Siân Phillips, Issy Van Randwyk, Patricia Hodge Highlights of this legendary, amazing production from the National Theatre, London; some generation loss but nice video with good sound and some closeups, shaky. B+

Merrily We Roll Along 1981 ~ Broadway (Lonny Price, Jim Walton,Ann Morrison, Jason Alexander) UPGRADED!!! Amazing video considering its age, great sound A

Miss Saigon 1989 ~ London Lea Salonga, Jonathan Pryce, Simon Bowman, Claire Moore, Peter Polycarpou, Keith Burns From the Theatre Royal Drury Lane; Act I is highlights only with an almost complete Act II. Generation loss and spotlight washout but watchable and clear sound B

Nine 1982 ~ Broadway Raul Julia, Anita Morris, Karen Akers Very old, good for its time, picture is grainy, good close-ups Upgraded video with commerical from Anita Morris at start explaining that about her censored scene from the show; better video A

Noises Off 1983 ~ Broadway Dorothy Louden, Victor Garber, Brian Murray, Linda Thornson, Paxton Whitehead, Deborah Rush, Jim Piddock, Douglas Seale, Amy Wright Nicely filmed from the balcony, with occasional heads at the bottom of the frame. Surprisingly good considering it's age, but some slight generational loss. A-

Nymph Errant London -- 1989 Kaye Ballard, Andrea McArdle, Alexis Smith, Larry Kert, Lisa Kirk, Patrice Munsel, Maureen McGovern, Liliane Montevecchi Star-studded London concert presentation of the rarely seen Cole Porter musical. Some slight generation loss, but a very good quality video with excellent zooms.

Rocky Horror Picture Show 1990 Piccadilly Theatre, London. Mary Maddox (Usherette/Magenta), Gina Bellman (Janet), Adrian Edmondson (Brad), Jonathan Adams (Narrator), Edward Tudor-Pole (Riff Raff), Linda Davidson (Columbia), Richard O'Brien/Tim McInnerny (Frank N Furter), Adam Caine (Rocky), Gordon Kennedy (Eddie/Dr Scott), Zalie Burrow, Ian Good, Kate O'Sullivan, Paul Reeves, Stephen Thiebault (Phantoms)

The Music Man 1980 ~ Broadway Revival Dick Van Dyke Camcorder video; some generation loss B

The Three Musketeers 11/17/84 ~ Broadway, Revival Brent Spiner, Ron Taylor, Chuck Wagner, Liz Callaway, Marianne Tatum Nicely filmed from the balcony of this show that closed after just 9 performances. Some generational loss; DVD also includes a TV review by Pia Lindstrom; nice video A-
Here is my list: https://musicalsforall.weebly.com/
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2020.02.25 19:08 Tripudelops 2020 Live Offseason Event Tracker

Welcome to this year's live offseason tracker! This post will be edited frequently with information on free-agency, contracts, the draft, training camp, and more!
Last Updated: August 30, 2020
Ngakoue trade added, final depth chart update, added Ngakoue's salary and source
Important Offseason Milestones
Date Event
Sep 5 53-man roster cutdown deadline
Sep 10 2020 NFL Regular Season Begins
2020 Draft
Round Overall Player School Notes
1 22 WR Justin Jefferson LSU DiscussionHighlights
31 CB Jeff Gladney TCU DiscussionHighlights
2 58 OL Ezra Cleveland Boise State DiscussionHighlights
3 89 CB Cameron Dantzler Mississippi State DiscussionHighlights
4 117 DE DJ Wonnom South Carolina Discussion
130 DT James Lynch Baylor DiscussionHighlights
132 LB Troy Dye Oregon DiscussionHighlights
5 169 CB Harrison Hand Temple DiscussionHighlights
176 WR KJ Osborn Miami DiscussionHighlights
6 203 OT Blake Brandel Oregon State Discussion
205 S Josh Metellus Michigan Discussion
7 225 DE Kenny Willekes Michigan State Discussion
244 QB Nate Stanley Iowa Discussion
249 S Brian Cole II Mississippi State Discussion
253 G Kyle Hinton Washburn Discussion
UDFA - C Jake Lacina Augustana Discussion
- LB Blake Lynch Baylor Discussion
- WR Quartney Davis Texas A&M Discussion
- CB Nevelle Clarke UCF Discussion
Additions and Acquisitions
Date Player Action Details Former Team Discussion Threads
Mar 16 QB Kirk Cousins Extended 2 Years / $66M Discussion
FB CJ Ham Extended 3 years / $12M Discussion
S Anthony Harris Franchise Tag 1 year / $11.4M Discussion
LB Eric Wilson Tendered (R2) 1 year / $3.3M Discussion
P Britton Colquitt Re-Signed 3 years / $9M Discussion
Mar 18 QB Sean Mannion Re-Signed 1 year / $910K Discussion
NT Michael Pierce Signed 3 years / $28M SigningContract Opted Out
Mar 19 K Dan Bailey Re-Signed 3 years / $12M Signing
Mar 21 T Rashod Hill Re-Signed 1 year / $910K Signing
Mar 24 LB DeMarquis Gates Signed 1 year / $610K XFL Discussion
WR Tajae Sharpe Signed 1 year / $1M Discussion
DE Anthony Zettel Signed 1 year / $910K Discussion
Mar 26 C Brett Jones Re-Signed 1 year / $910K Discussion
RB Ameer Abdullah Re-Signed 1 year / $910K Discussion
Mar 27 G Dakota Dozier Re-Signed 1 year / $910K Discussion
Aug 30 DE Yannick Ngakoue Trade 1 year / $12M Discussion
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Departures
Date Player Event New Team Details
Feb 20 DE Everson Griffen Contract Voided - Discussion
Mar 13 TE David Morgan Released - Discussion
Mar 16 WR Stefon Diggs Traded Discussion
DE Stephen Weatherly UFA 2 years / $12.5MDiscussion
Mar 17 CB Trae Waynes UFA 3 years / $42MDiscussion
Mar 18 DT Linval Joseph Released 2 years / $19MRelease DiscussionContract Discussion
G Josh Kline Released - Discussion
Mar 19 S Jayron Kearse UFA 1 year / $2.75MDiscussion
CB Mackensie Alexander UFA 1 year / $4MDiscussion
Mar 20 S Andrew Sendejo UFA 1 year / 2.25MDiscussion
Mar 22 WR Laquon Treadwell UFA Discussion
Mar 26 CB Xavier Rhodes Released 1 year / $5MRelease DiscussionSigning Discussion
ST Marcus Sherels UFA
LB Kentrell Brothers UFA
2020 Schedule
Week Date Opponent Time
1 Sep 13 vs Green Bay noon
2 Sep 20 @ Indianapolis noon
3 Sep 27 vs Tennessee noon
4 Oct 4 @ Houston noon
5 Oct 11 @ Seattle 7:20
6 Oct 18 vs Atlanta noon
7 BYE @ BYE BYE
8 Nov 1 @ Green Bay noon
9 Nov 8 vs Detroit noon
10 Nov 16 @ Chicago 7:15
11 Nov 22 vs Dallas 3:25
12 Nov 29 vs Carolina noon
13 Dec 6 vs Jacksonville noon
14 Dec 13 @ Tampa Bay noon
15 Dec 20 vs Chicago noon
16 Dec 25 @ New Orleans 3:30
17 Jan 3 @ Detroit noon
Projected Depth Chart
Pos Starter Backup Bench
QB Kirk Cousins Sean Mannion Nate Stanley
RB Dalvin Cook Alexander Mattison Mike Boone
FB CJ Ham RB Ameer Abdullah
WR Adam Thielen Alexander Hollins Quartney Davis
WR Justin Jefferson KJ Osborn Chad Beebe
WR Tajae Sharpe Bisi Johnson
TE Kyle Rudolph Irv Smith Tyler Conklin
LT Riley Reiff Rashod Hill Aviante Collins
LG Ezra Cleveland Pat Elflein Dakota Dozier
C Garrett Bradbury Brett Jones Jake Lacina
RG Dru Samia Kyle Hinton
RT Brian O'Neill Oli Udoh Blake Brandel
DE Yannick Ngakoue Ifeadi Odenigbo Anthony Zettel
NT Jaleel Johnson Armon Watts Hercules Mata'afa
3T Shamar Stephen James Lynch Jalyn Holmes
DE Danielle Hunter Eddie Yarbrough DJ Wonnom
OLB Anthony Barr Troy Dye DeMarquis Gates
MLB Eric Kendricks Cameron Smith
OLB Ben Gedeon Eric Wilson Blake Lynch
CB Jeff Gladney Harrison Hand Kris Boyd
S1 Harrison Smith Josh Metellus
S2 Anthony Harris Brian Cole II
SCB Mike Hughes Nevelle Clarke
CB Holton Hill Cameron Dantzler Nate Meadors
ST K Dan Bailey P Britton Colquitt LS Austin Cutting
Rookies in italics
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2020.02.11 18:04 Rcfan0902 Introducing the 2nd annual /r/CFB Civilization Battle Royale!

Ladies, Gentlemen, fans of college football everywhere, welcome back to the second annual /CFB Civilization Battle Royale! The event where you can watch your favorite teams duke it out for a shot at virtual domination! For those of you who missed last year's Battle Royale, here are all of the previous rounds for you to catch up on and enjoy:
 
Week Conference Week Conference
Week 1 AAC Week 7 MAC
Week 2 ACC Week 8 Mountain West
Week 3 Big 10 Week 9 PAC-12
Week 4 Big XII Week 10 SEC
Week 5 C-USA Week 11 Sun Belt
Week 6 Independents Week 12 Finale
 

The rules are simple:

  1. All 130 FBS schools will be participating
  2. All schools will be controlled by an A.I. There will be no human influence in the outcome of a match
  3. Domination victory only
  4. FCS teams will act as City States (Conference tie-ins to be announced later)
  5. Each Conference will play one full game until there is a single conference champion left standing. Conferences will be done in alphabetical order.
  6. After all conferences have a single champion, a final championship game will be played to determine a national champion
 
Extra Tidbits
 

And now, the teams!

All of the teams' information is relatively unchanged from last year. The new coaches have been changed out, but I might have missed a few so please let me know if you see something wrong. All of the unique units and buildings are still the same, but if you can think of something that's a better fit for your school please feel free to let me know!
 

AAC

School Leader Capital Unique Unit 1 Unique Unit 2
Cincinnati Luke Fickell Nippert Stadium The Bearcat Crosley Tower
ECU Mike Houston Dowdy-Ficklen Stadium PeeDee Pirate Queen Annes Revenge Research Lab
Houston Dana Holgorsen TDECU Stadium Shasta Sasha
Memphis Ryan Silverfield Liberty Bowl Stadium Pouncer Tom the Tiger
Navy Ken Niumatalolo Navy-Marine Corps Memorial Stadium Bill the Goat Admiral Michael M. Gilday
SMU Sonny Dykes Gerald J. Ford Stadium Peruna Dallas Hall
Temple Rod Carey Lincoln Financial Field Hooter T. Owl Stella
Tulane Willie Fritz Yulman Stadium Riptide Angry Wave
Tulsa Philip Montgomery H.A. Chapman Stadium Captain Cane Goldie
UCF Josh Heupel Spectrum Stadium Knightro The Citronaut
USF Jeff Scott Raymond James Stadium Rocky Pirate Ship
 

ACC

School Leader Capital Unique Unit 1 Unique Unit 2
Boston College Jeff Hafley Alumni Stadium Baldwin The Jesuits
Clemson Dabo Swinney Clemson Memorial Stadium 8-Ball the Tiger Country Gentleman
Duke David Cutcliffe Wallace Wade Stadium Blue Devil Cameron Indoor Stadium
Florida State Mike Norvell Doak S. Campbell Stadium Osceola Renegade
Georgia Tech Geoff Collins Bobby Dodd Stadium Buzz Ramblin Wreck
Louisville Scott Satterfield Cardinal Stadium Louie Johnny Unitas
Miami Manny Diaz Hard Rock Stadium Sebastian Miami Maniac
NC State Dave Doeren Carter-Finley Stadium Mr. and Mrs. Wuff Tuffy
North Carolina Mack Brown. Kenan Memorial Stadium Ramses Old Well
Pittsburgh Pat Narduzzi Heinz Field Roc Cathedral of Learning
Syracuse Dino Babers Carrier Dome Otto the Orange The 44
Virginia Bronco Mendenhall Scott Stadium Cav Man Thomas Jefferson
Virginia Tech Justin Fuente Lane Stadium Gobbler Hokie Stone
Wake Forest Dave Clawson BB&T Stadium Demon Deacon Wait Chapel
 

B1G

School Leader Capital Unique Unit 1 Unique Unit 2
Illinois Lovie Smith Memorial Stadium Galloping Ghost Alma Otter
Indiana Tom Allen The Rock Mark Cuban Lil' 500
Iowa Kirk Ferentz Kinnick Stadium Herky Vodka Samm
Maryland Mike Locksley Maryland Stadium Testudo Scott Van Pelt
Michigan Jim Harbaugh The Big House Biff Michigan Man
Michigan State Mel Tucker Spartan Stadium Sparty Beaumont Tower
Minnesota P.J. Fleck TCF Bank Stadium Goldy Paul Bunyan
Nebraska Scott Frost Nebraska Memorial Stadium Herbie Husker Blackshirts
Northwestern Pat Fitzgerald Ryan Field Willie the Wildcat The Rock
Ohio State Ryan Day The Horseshoe Brutus Silver Bullets
Penn State James Franklin Beaver Stadium Nittany Lion Ole Coaly
Purdue Jeff Brohm. Ross-Ade Stadium Purdue Pete Boilermaker Special VII
Rutgers Greg Schiano HighPoint.com Stadium Scarlet Knight Chanticleer
Wisconsin Paul Chryst Camp Randall Stadium Bucky Badger Dairy Farm
 

Big XII

School Leader Capital Unique Unit 1 Unique Unit 2
Baylor Dave Aranda McLane Stadium Bruiser Dr. Pepper Hour Club
Iowa State Matt Campbell Jack Trice Stadium Cy VEISHEA Village
Kansas Les Miles David Booth Kansas Memorial Stadium Big Jay Baby Jay
Kansas State Chris Klieman Bill Snyder Family Stadium Willie the Wildcat EcoKat
Oklahoma Lincoln Riley Oklahoma Memorial Stadium Sooner Schooner Jim Ross
Oklahoma State Mike Gundy Boone Pickens Stadium Pistol Pete Bullet
TCU Gary Patterson Amon G. Carter Stadium Super Frog Clark Brothers
Texas Tom Herman Texas Memorial Stadium Bevo Matthew McConaughey
Texas Tech Matt Wells Jones AT&T Stadium The Masked Rider Matadors
West Virginia Neal Brown Milan Puskar Stadium The Mountaineer Flaming Couches
 

C-USA

School Leader Capital Unique Unit 1 Unique Unit 2
Charlotte Will Healy Jerry Richardson Stadium Norm The Niner Normbulance
FAU Willie Taggart FAU Stadium Owlsly Taylor Victory Bell
FIU Butch Davis Ricardo Silva Stadium Roary Wall of Wind
Louisiana Tech Skip Holtz Joe Aillet Stadium Champ Tech XII
Marshall Doc Holliday Joan C. Edwards Stadium Marco Memorial Fountain
Middle Tennessee State Rick Stockstill Johnny Floyd Stadium Lightning Blue Raiders
North Texas Seth Littrell Apogee Stadium Scrappy Mean Green Machine
Old Dominion Ricky Rahne S.B. Ballard Stadium Big Blue Howitzer Cannon
Rice Mike Bloomgren Rice Stadium Sammy the Owl MOB
Southern Miss Jay Hopson M.M. Roberts Stadium Seymour d'Campus All American Rose Garden
UAB Bill Clark Legion Field Blaze The Vulcan
UTEP Dana Dimel Sun Bowl Stadium Paydirt Pete Miners
UTSA Jeff Traylor Alamodome Rowdy Sombrilla Fountain
Western Kentucky Tyson Helton L.T. Smith Stadium Big Red The Hill
 

Independents

School Leader Capital Unique Unit 1 Unique Unit 2
Army Jeff Monken Michie Stadium Army Mules General Mark A. Milley
BYU Kalani Sitake LaVell Edwards Stadium Cosmo Latter-Day Saints
Connecticut Randy Edsall Pratt and Whitney Stadium Jonathan Husky Big Red
Liberty Hugh Freeze Arthur L. Williams Stadium Sparky Jerry Falwell
Massachusetts Walt Bell Warren McGuirk Alumni Stadium Sam W.E.B. Du Bois Library
New Mexico State Doug Martin Aggie Memorial Stadium Pistol Pete "A" Mountain
Notre Dame Brian Kelly Notre Dame Stadium Leprechaun Four Horsemen
 

MAC

School Leader Capital Unique Unit 1 Unique Unit 2
Akron Tom Arth InfoCision Stadium Zippy AK Rowdies
Ball State Mike Neu Scheumann Stadium Charlie Cardinal Frog Baby Statue
Bowling Green Scot Loeffler Doyt L. Perry Stadium Freddie and Frieda Sic Sic
Buffalo Lance Leipold UB Stadium Victor E. Bull True Blue
Central Michigan Jim McElwain Kelly Shorts Stadium Fighting Chips Chippewa Marching Band
Eastern Michigan Chris Creighton Rynearson Stadium Swoop Emu Army
Kent State Sean Lewis Dix Stadium Flash Ray's Place
Miami OH Chuck Martin Fred C. Yager Stadium Swoop Mac and Joes
NIU Thomas Hancock Huskie Stadium Victor E. Husky William the Goose
Ohio Frank Solich Peden Stadium Rufus Marching 110
Toledo Jason Candle Glass Bowl Rocky The Rocket
Western Michigan Tim Lester Waldo Stadium Buster Bronco Bell's Brewery
 

MWC

School Leader Capital Unique Unit 1 Unique Unit 2
Air Force Troy Calhoun Falcon Stadium The Bird Gen. David L. Goldfein
Boise State Bryan Harsin Albertsons Stadium Buster Bronco Cowboy Kohl
Colorado State Steve Addazio Canvas Stadium Cam the Ram Old Main Bell Tower
Fresno State Kalen DeBoer Bulldog Stadium Timeout Red Wave
Hawai'i Todd Graham Aloha Stadium Vili Rainbow Warrior
Nevada Jay Norvell Mackay Stadium Alphie Lieutenant Dangle
New Mexico Danny Gonzales Dreamstyle Stadium Lobo Fiesta Balloons
San Diego State Brady Hoke SDCCU Stadium Montezuma Aztec Warrior
San Jose State Brent Brennan CEFCU Stadium Sammy the Spartan Spartan Squad
UNLV Marcus Arroyo Sam Boyd Stadium Hey Reb Fremont Cannon
Utah State Gary Anderson Maverik Stadium Big Blue Night Runner
Wyoming Craig Bohl War Memorial Stadium Cowboy Joe Steamboat
 

PAC-12

School Leader Capital Unique Unit 1 Unique Unit 2
Arizona Kevin Sumlin Arizona Stadium Wilbur Wildcat Mirror Lab
Arizona State Herm Edwards Sun Devil Stadium Sparky Bees of Innovation
California Justin Wilcox. California Memorial Stadium Oski Golf Cart
Colorado Karl Dorrell Folsom Field Ralphie Chip
Oregon Mario Cristobal Autzen Stadium The Duck Robo Duck
Oregon State Jonathan Smith Reser Stadium Benny Beaver V Oceanus
Stanford David Shaw Stanford Stadium Stanford Tree Stanford Band
UCLA Chip Kelly Rose Bowl Stadium Joe Bruin Josephine Bruin
USC Clay Helton Los Angeles Memorial Coliseum Traveler Tommy Trojan
Utah Kyle Wittingham Rice-Eccles Stadium Swoop Ute Thunder
Washington Jimmy Lake Husky Stadium Dubs Boys in the Boat
Washington State Nick Rolovich Martin Stadium Butch T. Cougar Popcorn Guy
 

SEC

School Leader Capital Unique Unit 1 Unique Unit 2
Alabama Nick Saban Bryant-Denny Stadium Big Al Denny Chimes
Arkansas Sam Pittman Donald W. Reynolds Razorback Stadium Tusk Track Team
Auburn Gus Malzahn Jordan-Hare Stadium Aubie War Eagle
Florida Dan Mullen Ben Hill Griffin Stadium Albert and Alberta Mr Two Bits
Georgia Kirby Smart Sanford Stadium Uga H8 Ball
Kentucky Mark Stoops Kroger Field Scratch Bourbon Distillery
LSU Ed Orgeron Death Valley Mike the Tiger Raising Cane's
Mississippi State Mike Leach Davis Wade Stadium Bully MAFES Sales Store
Missouri Eli Drinkwitz Memorial Stadium Truman The Columns
Ole Miss Lane Kiffin Vaught-Hemingway Stadium Tony Landshark Colonel Reb
South Carolina Will Muschamp Williams-Brice Stadium Cocky Cockaboose
Tennessee Jeremy Pruitt Neyland Stadium Smokey The Volunteer
Texas A&M Jimbo Fisher Kyle Field Reveille 12th Man
Vanderbilt Derek Mason Vanderbilt Stadium Mr. C Cornelius Vanderbilt
 

Sun Belt

School Leader Capital Unique Unit 1 Unique Unit 2
Appalachian State Shawn Clark Kidd Brewer Stadium Yosef The Big House
Arkansas State Blake Anderson Centennial Bank Stadium Howl Clyde Statue
Coastal Carolina Jamey Chadwell Brooks Stadium Chauncey The Athenaeum
Georgia Southern Chad Lunsford Allen E. Paulson Stadium Freedom Beautiful Eagle Creek
Georgia State Shawn Elliott Georgia State Stadium Pounce Aderhold Cat
Louisiana Lafayette Billy Napier Cajun Field Cayenne Krewe of Roux
Louisiana Monroe Matt Viator Malone Stadium Ace Bayou DeSiard
South Alabama Steve Campbell Hancock Whitney Stadium Southpaw Mischka
Texas State Jake Spavital Bobcat Stadium Boko Bubble Guy
Troy Chip Lindsey Vetrans Memorial Stadium T-Roy Terracotta Warrior
 
I have a Google spreadsheet with all of the information here (minus the icons) plus a little bit more. You can find the spreadsheet here

When does this start?

The tournament is going to start June 2nd! Each round will be streamed live on Twitch every Tuesday around 8PM EST until a champion is declared (or until it gets too late and the round will be paused until the next day). Screenshots will be taken throughout the round and compiled into a photo album that I will narrate and post on here the following Saturday. This start date will take this event all the way up until the week before the 2020 college football season!
 

Where the hell are the mods!?

After the last Battle Royale, a lot of people were asking me about releasing these team mods for everyone to play with. I just want to let you all know that I still plan on releasing them! I've had a very busy fall/winter and haven't had as much time as I thought to finalize all of the mods for release, but I am working through all of them slowly but surely to get them out to everybody. Who knew that 130 different mods would be so difficult? I'm not going to set any hard dates for release, but I am going to work as hard as I can to get all of the mods finalized and released leading up to the event. I'll probably release them one conference at a time as I get them finalized, and I'll be sure to make a post on here announcing when each one is released. I'm sorry it's taken so long, but they are coming out soon!
 

In closing

I had so much fun doing this last year with all of you and I can't wait to do it all again. I want this event to be something that everyone can enjoy and be a part of together, so all input and feedback is appreciated. I had said at the end of the event last year that I was going to do a post-game analysis for the event, but I never actually got around to making that post. So if you have anything that you can remember from the last event that you thought worked or didn't work, or if you just want to talk about your favorite moments, please feel free to let me know. I'll be back in a few weeks with updates, but until then...
 

Let's Get Ready To Rumble!

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2020.01.03 14:20 UberHansen Game Matchups Preview "Playoff Edition" #1: Bills @ Texans

Before each game I like to do some research on the opposing team and how their roster stacks up against the Bills. For this exercise I look at 5 matchups: Bills Pass Offense vs. Other Pass Defense, Bills Rush Offense vs. Other Rush Defense, Bills Pass Defense vs. Other Pass Offense, Bills Rush Defense vs. Other Rush Offense, Bills Special Teams vs. Other Special Teams. Last, I look into "Why We Will Lose" and "Why We Will Win" and come up with a prediction based on all of it. Below I present the seventeenth iteration of this analysis for the Bills upcoming playoff game at the Texans. Included is a scale to rank the advantage in each matchup from 👏👏👏👏👏 (Massive Advantage) to 👏 (Minimal Advantage).
Bills Passing Offense vs. Texans Passing Defense
3599 Total Yards, 29 Total TDs, and 13 Total TOs are solid numbers for a 2nd Year QB who had to “outsmart basically all regular humans and the entirety of math itself” (Thanks Jason Kirk). While some of this can be attributed to a much improved supporting cast, returning only Josh Allen (QB), Dion Dawkins (LT), & Patrick DiMarco (FB) as starters, it is undeniable that Allen has improved leaps and bounds in year 2. Most evident was Allen’s significant improvement in the “weakest” part of his game, accuracy. While his 6 point jump in cmp% from 52.8% in 2018 to 58.8% in 2019 is impressive even more so is his 8.1 point jump in adjusted cmp% (Ignores Throw Aways, Spikes, & Drops) from 59.3% in 2018 to 67.4% in 2019. Allen has improved in 2019 and with that so too has the offense, now in his first playoff game Allen may need to play his best game to date if the Bills hope to continue marching towards Super Bowl 54.
The last 3 games for the Bills have included matchups against teams finishing 2019 ranked 4th, 3rd, and 1st in DVOA (Baltimore, Pittsburgh, and New England respectively). On Saturday the Bills will have a bit of a reprieve against the 26th ranked Texans pass defense which is struggling with a multitude of injuries in the secondary. In Week 17 the Texans lost starting safety Tashaun Gipson to a back injury and now are not only seeing his backup Jaheel Addae questionable for Saturday but both starting CBs, Jonathan Joseph & Bradley Roby, questionable with hamstring injuries. All of this is moot. JJ Watt is back and expected to play. In no world is he 100% but even 75% of JJ Watt is one of the best, most terrorizing, defensive linemen in the NFL. This week may be easier than the past few but this will be no means a walk-in-the-park.
Saturday has John Brown written all over it. Even if Joseph or Roby play, their injuries should make it more difficult to keep up with Smoke. Couple this with a weakened safety group and both the deep fade (John Brown vs. Dolphins) and post (John Brown vs. Patriots) should be weapons all day. Keep in mind that Gareon Conley could cover Brown but this is still a matchup the Bills should have. Last, I have to mention Duke Williams who I have been anti-activating all season long, and I’m sticking with that. Robert Foster & Andre Roberts are too important on Special Teams, a role Duke cannot fill, to scratch. This leaves Isaiah McKenzie as the only remaining option to scratch in favor of Duke but with JJ Watt and a potent pass rush attacking Allen the Bills need to maintain the threat of a jet sweep, which McKenzie creates, in order to further expand the pocket giving Allen more time to throw. Duke has proven to be a weapon, but this week is just not his time.
EDGE: Bills 👏
Bills Rushing Offense vs. Texans Rushing Defense
I ended the last section with the Duke discussion and will start this section with the TJ Yeldon one. TJ Yeldon should not play Saturday. Singletary is the bell-cow back for the Buffalo Bills and any insinuation that he should be scratched is nonsense, and how do we deal with nonsense? We just don’t stand for it is what we do. Next up is Frank Gore who out of respect alone you cannot healthy scratch but is also still a better runner than Yeldon (Against Jets: Gore – 4.3 Y/C, Yeldon – 2.6 Y/C) while simultaneously being a better compliment to Singletary’s run style. Last is Senorise Perry who has played 67.8% of ST snaps since joining the Bills, and as an RB3 you need ST presence. It’s a numbers game and Yeldon will be, and should be, on the outside looking in.
Houston’s run defense, like their pass defense, is a below average group sitting at 22nd in Run Defense DVOA. Further, since their bye week they are giving up 169 rushing yards per game with the low water mark of that stretch sitting at 90. A lot of this can be attributed to the loss of Watt, which occurred just 1 game prior to the bye week, but is more likely due to opponent’s abilities to maintain long sustained drives against them. On average the Texans’ opponent averages 2:49 per drive (NFL-8) and 36.5 yards (NFL-2). Trends like this wear down a defense and make it difficult for players like Benardick McKinney (ILB), Zach Cunningham (ILB), and Brennan Scarlett (OLB) to maintain a high level of play as the game goes on.
The Bills should be able to find holes for Singletary to run throughout the game. Outside of Watt the only other major fears in this unit are D.J. Reader (DT) and Whitney Mercilus (OLB). Reader is a strong armed force in the middle of the DL who forces double teams. Morse will need to hold his own against Reader but both Spain and Feliciano will need to assist dependent on which gap Reader lines up over. This will leave Mercilus with more room coming off the edge which should help the Texans against the pass but also provide the opportunity for Mercilus to chase a somewhat fumble prone Singletary down from behind. The Bills should win this matchup but if Josh Allen finds ways to use his legs Saturday they have the ability to dominate it.
EDGE: Bills 👏 👏 👏
Bills Passing Defense vs. Texans Passing Offense
If it weren’t for TJ Watt, Tre White would be my choice for DPOY (Not that what I say matters to the NFL). In 15 games White posted a standard stat line of 6 INTs, 17 PDs, 58 Tackles, 4 TFLs, 2 FF, and 1.0 Sacks. White’s advanced stat line is even more impressive with pass stats against of 49.5% Cmp %, 3 Catches per Game, 41.7 Yards per game, 44.5 Passer Rating, and 0 TDs while shading the best receiver on each team. White wasn’t just the best CB in the AFC East, not just the best CB in the AFC, but he was the best CB in the NFL in 2019.
This week the best CB in the NFL goes up against a receiver one could argue is the best in the NFL. Hopkins uses solid size and elite athleticism to get separation from CBs but it’s his hands that set him apart from other WRs. Incredibly Hopkins has nearly the same size hands as Josh Allen (10 1/8) and leverages them to the tune of a drop rate at only 1.9% on a massive 313 targets over the past two seasons. Tre played a solid game against Hopkins in 2018 but will need to maintain the same level of play, if not better, for the Bills to take control of this game. Outside of Hopkins the Texans 2nd receiving option is Will Fuller and while the Texans keep implying he will play Sunday it seems like the best case scenario is he plays the role of decoy. This leaves Kenny Stills and Keke Coutee as the only remaining proven options at receiver. For the Bills it will be Levi Wallace or Kevin Johnson, dependent on Wallace injury, either of which should be sufficient Saturday.
Outside of the secondary doing their job the 2nd most important part of this matchup will be for the Bills to attempt to contain Deshaun Watson from escaping the pocket. Watson has about 2.5 seconds (NFL-14) from snap to pocket collapse to throw the ball which has resulted in him being sacked 44 times and hit another 39 times in 2019. Most of the pressure has come off the right side of the line where Chris Clark (RT) and Zach Fulton (RG) have somewhat struggled but it is worth noting that while LT Laremy Tunsil has played well this season he does lead the NFL in penalties at 18. The Bills DL has the matchups to play well on Saturday and if they do can take over this game.
EDGE: Bills 👏 👏
Bills Rushing Defense vs. Texans Rushing Offense
The Bills’ run defense had a 5 game stretch where they were giving up, on average, 140.6 rushing yards per game. Since that game the Bills have given up 87 rushing yards per game inclusive of a game where their backups held the Jets starters to 86 yards. Most of the improvements should be credited to the DTs who have seen consistent play from Jordan Phillips, improved play from Star Lotulelei & Ed Oliver, and surprisingly good play from recently signed Corey Liuget. When you couple this with the game-by-game improvements of the 21 year old Tremaine Edmunds you have a recipe for the Bills already elite defense to be one of the best units in the NFL.
The Texans have a two-headed attack at RB in the scat back of Duke Johnson (Also a threat in the pass game) and bruiser of Carlos Hyde. Johnson only has 83 carries on the season but is averaging 4.9 Y/A which would be good for 9th in the NFL, if he was qualified. Carlos Hyde is one of the 16 players to rush for more than 1k yards this season (And will be the 9th the Bills will have faced) while averaging 4.4 Y/A. Still, the star of this group is Watson who is one of the most dynamic players in the NFL. He has had a down year rushing but still put up 413 yards and 7TDs. The fear with Watson is at any time he has the ability to not only extend plays with his legs but to also extend drives via chunk plays on the ground.
Ed Oliver is the key to this matchup. He is getting better and better every week and has the speed and quickness to make plays up the middle that can consistently disrupt the RBs and the Watson. If Oliver can consistently either push back Nick Martin (C) or find his way into the backfield the Bills will have the ability to also control this matchup. If the Texans do find their way to the secondary reliance on Hyde and Poyer will be high to assure that big plays on the ground do not consistently happen. This matchup is closer than I initially thought but because of Watson it falls in the Texans favor.
EDGE: Texans 👏 👏
Bills Special Teams vs. Texans Special Teams
Stephen Hauschka has hit 26 of his past 28 kicks (92.9%) and is rounding back into form for the post season. There is still a bit of “Hold Your Breath” when he kicks but every week it becomes less and less necessary. Corey Bojorquez continued his inconsistent play last week only having 1 kick over 40 yards with 2 I20 punts. Bojo occasionally has a game changing kick but cannot be relied on to change the field consistently throughout an entire game. Last, hopefully Andre Roberts is healthy come Sunday because his 26.8 Y/KR (NFL-4) and 8.0 Y/PR (NFL-12) have the ability to change the game.
On the season opposing kickers are 21/25 (84%) on XPs and 16/26 (61.5%) on FGs. This is simply astounding and an incredible statistical anomaly. The Bills should not rely on this trend continuing but Ka'imi Fairbairn is sporting an 88.9% XP and 80% FG line which are both closer to the bottom in the NFL than the top. At punter the Texans have one of the best in the NFL for 2019 in Bryan Anger who has a net average of 44.5 (NFL-1) per punt while dropping 53% of his kicks inside the 20 and only giving up returns on 38% of his punts for 3.1 Y/R. Last is the Texans return man DeAndre Carter who is averaging 22.0 Y/KR (NFL-13) and 9.7 Y/PR (NFL-5) and is about as dangerous as Andre Roberts. Carter is an underappreciated player on this Texans team that has the ability to make a play whenever the ball is in his hands
EDGE: Texans 👏
Why We Will Lose
Deshaun Watson is a monster who when unleashed can beat any defense in the NFL and has shown the ability to consistently win in the NFL, posting a career 24-14 record. Paired with Watson is a receiver I personally could see going down as the 2nd best of all time (No one will ever be better than the GOAT Rice). If there is one player that can push the current version of Tre White to the edge its Hopkins who will likely be targeted 12-15 times on Saturday. Add these two with a stable of solid running backs and a receiving corps with solid depth, inclusive of a solid TE in Darren Fells (7TD), and you have a recipe for a big challenge for the Buffalo Bills.
On defense it’s all about JJ Watt. If Watt really is back then this defense is a whole different level of good compared to the games he didn’t play. Remember the game he single handedly won against the Bills (See EJ Manuel)? He has the ability to do that to any team including the Bills. If it is not him the Texans will throw complex blitzes at Josh Allen who, if rattled, could revert to hero Josh in the biggest game of his Pro-Career. And we are talking the bad Hero-Josh, not 4th Quarter-Josh. Last, watch out for safety Justin Reid who has been sneaky good in 2019 and will take advantage of an Allen overthrow if it presents itself.
Why We Will Win
Josh Allen is a unique weapon that can beat the Texans on the ground and in the air. When playing elite defenses this season Allen has struggled, but the Texans simply are not elite. If John Brown can’t get open then Cole Beasley will. If Cole Beasley can’t get open then Dawson Knox will. If Dawson Knox can’t get open, who knows, maybe Dion Dawkins will. In all reality Josh will likely use his legs more this week than he has all season and that coupled with the emerging Devin Singletary poses a one-two punch that can consistently move the ball against a banged up defense.
On defense the biggest weapon is Hopkins who will be shaded by the Bills biggest weapon, Tre White. With the Palms defense active White can afford to let Hopkins beat him only to have Micah Hyde waiting over the top. If Watson falls for the trap once or twice, this game could flip quickly and turn in the Bills favor. On the DL Ed Oliver should do work and with Jordan Phillips next to him should not only pressure Watson but consistently stuff the run. Last, watch for Jerry Hughes to get pressure throughout the game and force the refs to continue the trend of calling penalties on Tunsil (LT).
Prediction: Bills 21 – Texans 18
Coming into this post I was hovering between who to pick to win the game and leaning the way of the Texans by one point because of home field advantage. After looking everything over I just don’t see that good of a team in Houston. The Bills have the better roster and the better coach and not only can win this game but in my opinion should win this game and end a playoff win drought present since 1995. Two things stand in their way. 1 – If JJ Watt is healthy he can take over the game and force Josh Allen to make mistakes. 2 – Deshaun Watson can single handedly beat the Bills and whether it is on the ground or in the air is moot. He is that good and if he shows up on Saturday could make for a long night and a rough start to the New Year for Bills fans.
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2019.11.20 19:12 Frocharocha Shenmue III - Review Mega Thread

Game Information
Game Title: Shenmue III
Platforms:
Trailer:
Developer: YS Net
Publisher: Deep Silver
Review Aggregator:
OpenCritic - 70 average - -1% recommended - 6 reviews
Metacritic- 72/100- - Based on 7 Critics

Critic Reviews
Destructoid - Chris Carter - Unscored
[Review in Progress] Naturally, I have a lot of mixed feelings here. Shenmue III feels like it could have been released in 2005 and I kind of love it for that. Whether that initial charm can last 20-ish (?) hours is yet to be seen. Stay tuned for expanded thoughts on Shenmue III as I dig more into it.
Eurogamer - Martin Robinson - Recommended
A bewitching time capsule that transports us to late 80s China, and to turn-of-the-century video games.
Fextralife - Lanzen - 7.1 / 10
Beautiful to look at and live in, particularly in its second half, its charm and story mostly overcome its dated roots, except for the capsule game mechanism which spoils the overall experience.
Gameblog - Romain Mahut - French - 7 / 10
All the ingredients are there to make of Shenmue III is a great Shenmue game : rivetting story, copius side content, beautiful backgrounds and great characters. But it's also a bit dragged down by its dated production values. Gamers who the first two Shenmue games and who can overlook technical shortcomings will have a great time. Bring on Shenmue IV!
GamesRadar+ - Justin Towell - Unscored
This game feels like it’s trolling modernity. It’s ludicrously self-indulgent, constantly absurd, often beautiful, objectively awful and yet somehow wonderful. Personally I can’t believe what I’m playing. Somehow Shenmue III is not only real, but it feels 100% authentic after all this time and against all the odds. I can’t wait to see what happens next.
Hobby Consolas - Rafael Aznar - Spanish - 80 / 100
Shenmue III has some issues and it is not a game for everyone, but, if you enjoyed the two first games and you know what kind of game this is, it will satisfy you, as far as gameplay, setting and plot are quite good and remain loyal to Dreamcast era. It was worth waiting eighteen years. Now the question is: when will we be able to play Shenmue IV?
VG247 - Kirk McKeand - 3 / 5 stars
Despite these annoyances, despite the fact that it’s a game designed with decades-old sensibilities, I enjoyed my time with it. It doesn’t have the conclusion we’ve been waiting two decades for and it barely drives the story forward at all, but the climactic battle is as satisfying as that 70-man tussle in the first game’s harbour.
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2019.11.20 19:12 Frocharocha Shenmue III - Review Mega Thread

Game Information
Game Title: Shenmue III
Platforms:
Trailer:
Developer: YS Net
Publisher: Deep Silver
Review Aggregator:
OpenCritic - 70 average - -1% recommended - 6 reviews
Metacritic- 72/100- - Based on 7 Critics
Critic Reviews
Destructoid - Chris Carter - Unscored
[Review in Progress] Naturally, I have a lot of mixed feelings here. Shenmue III feels like it could have been released in 2005 and I kind of love it for that. Whether that initial charm can last 20-ish (?) hours is yet to be seen. Stay tuned for expanded thoughts on Shenmue III as I dig more into it.
Eurogamer - Martin Robinson - Recommended
A bewitching time capsule that transports us to late 80s China, and to turn-of-the-century video games.
Fextralife - Lanzen - 7.1 / 10
Beautiful to look at and live in, particularly in its second half, its charm and story mostly overcome its dated roots, except for the capsule game mechanism which spoils the overall experience.
Gameblog - Romain Mahut - French - 7 / 10
All the ingredients are there to make of Shenmue III is a great Shenmue game : rivetting story, copius side content, beautiful backgrounds and great characters. But it's also a bit dragged down by its dated production values. Gamers who the first two Shenmue games and who can overlook technical shortcomings will have a great time. Bring on Shenmue IV!
GamesRadar+ - Justin Towell - Unscored
This game feels like it’s trolling modernity. It’s ludicrously self-indulgent, constantly absurd, often beautiful, objectively awful and yet somehow wonderful. Personally I can’t believe what I’m playing. Somehow Shenmue III is not only real, but it feels 100% authentic after all this time and against all the odds. I can’t wait to see what happens next.
Hobby Consolas - Rafael Aznar - Spanish - 80 / 100
Shenmue III has some issues and it is not a game for everyone, but, if you enjoyed the two first games and you know what kind of game this is, it will satisfy you, as far as gameplay, setting and plot are quite good and remain loyal to Dreamcast era. It was worth waiting eighteen years. Now the question is: when will we be able to play Shenmue IV?
VG247 - Kirk McKeand - 3 / 5 stars
Despite these annoyances, despite the fact that it’s a game designed with decades-old sensibilities, I enjoyed my time with it. It doesn’t have the conclusion we’ve been waiting two decades for and it barely drives the story forward at all, but the climactic battle is as satisfying as that 70-man tussle in the first game’s harbour.
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2019.11.20 13:50 diogenesl Shenmue III - Review Thread

Game Information

Game Title: Shenmue III
Platforms:
Trailer:
Developer: YS Net
Publisher: Deep Silver
Review Aggregator:
OpenCritic - 72 average - 56% recommended - 12 reviews

Critic Reviews

Destructoid - Chris Carter - Unscored
[Review in Progress] Naturally, I have a lot of mixed feelings here. Shenmue III feels like it could have been released in 2005 and I kind of love it for that. Whether that initial charm can last 20-ish (?) hours is yet to be seen. Stay tuned for expanded thoughts on Shenmue III as I dig more into it.
Eurogamer - Martin Robinson - Recommended
A bewitching time capsule that transports us to late 80s China, and to turn-of-the-century video games.
Fextralife - Lanzen - 7.1 / 10
Beautiful to look at and live in, particularly in its second half, its charm and story mostly overcome its dated roots, except for the capsule game mechanism which spoils the overall experience.
Gameblog - Romain Mahut - French - 7 / 10
All the ingredients are there to make of Shenmue III is a great Shenmue game : rivetting story, copius side content, beautiful backgrounds and great characters. But it's also a bit dragged down by its dated production values. Gamers who the first two Shenmue games and who can overlook technical shortcomings will have a great time. Bring on Shenmue IV!
GamesRadar+ - Justin Towell - Unscored
This game feels like it’s trolling modernity. It’s ludicrously self-indulgent, constantly absurd, often beautiful, objectively awful and yet somehow wonderful. Personally I can’t believe what I’m playing. Somehow Shenmue III is not only real, but it feels 100% authentic after all this time and against all the odds. I can’t wait to see what happens next.
Hobby Consolas - Rafael Aznar - Spanish - 80 / 100
Shenmue III has some issues and it is not a game for everyone, but, if you enjoyed the two first games and you know what kind of game this is, it will satisfy you, as far as gameplay, setting and plot are quite good and remain loyal to Dreamcast era. It was worth waiting eighteen years. Now the question is: when will we be able to play Shenmue IV?
IGN Spain - Spanish - 7 / 10
The story we never thought would come is already here, outdated in many aspects and mechanics, but maintaining all the necessary charm to not disappoint the fans.
Metro GameCentral - 6 / 10
A literal dream come true for fans and while most others will struggle to understand the appeal it's impossible not to admire Yu Suzuki's vision and tenacity in not only making the game but making it his way.
Niche Gamer - Hunter Fenollol - 9.5 / 10
With this new entry, only 40 percent of the entire Shenmue story has been told according to the game’s creator. While Shenmue III doesn’t move the plot as far as I’d like, I’m hungry for more.
Polygon - Laura Kate Dale - Unscored
It’s not the lack of elegant dialogue or the glitches that make this game so disappointing, but the idea that a series that was so obsessed with what would be possible from gaming in the future has turned into a way for people to attempt to revisit the past.
Screen Rant - Christopher Teuton - 3.5 / 5 stars
Shenmue III has finally arrived, and it is exactly what fans of the series have been asking for.
VG247 - Kirk McKeand - 3 / 5 stars
Despite these annoyances, despite the fact that it’s a game designed with decades-old sensibilities, I enjoyed my time with it. It doesn’t have the conclusion we’ve been waiting two decades for and it barely drives the story forward at all, but the climactic battle is as satisfying as that 70-man tussle in the first game’s harbour.
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2019.11.07 23:20 Roto_G (DFAroto) Week 10 Matchup Strategy Guide - Part 1

Part 2 right here: https://dfaroto.com/nfl/week-10-matchup-strategy-guide-part-2

Part 3 Right Here: https://dfaroto.com/nfl/week-10-matchup-strategy-guide-part-3

GLOSSARY

DVOA (Defense-adjusted Value Over Average) calculates a team's success based on the down-and-distance of each play during the season, then calculates how much more or less successful each team is compared to the league average.
DVOA Pass/Run Defense Rank: Team’s NFL rank in DVOA pass or run defense so far this season. #1 means best DEF against the pass/run, #32 means worst DEF against the pass/run.
ATS = Against the spread
DVOA from https://www.footballoutsiders.com/stats/teamdef/2019

Los Angeles Chargers (-1) at Oakland Raiders

Chargers ATS: 3-4-2 Raiders ATS: 5-3-0
Projected Team Totals: Chargers 25 Raiders 24

Chargers

Opp (OAK) Pass DVOA: #29
Opp (OAK) Run DVOA: #11
Injuries to Watch DEF (OAK): DE Arden Key (OUT) DE Josh Mauro (OUT)
Injuries to Watch OFF (LAC): None
Key WCB matchups: None
Relevant Target Share %’s (season): Austin Ekeler (23%) Keenan Allen (22%) Mike Williams (22%) Hunter Henry (21%) Melvin Gordon (10%)
RB Snap %/Touches/Targets Week 9: Melvin Gordon (63%, 23, 4) Austin Ekeler (34%, 16, 4)
QB/WTE Breakdown
The Chargers pulled off an impressive bounce back win against the Packers at “home” last week, and their first game under new OC Shane Steichen was in large part a smashing success. Philip Rivers (upgrade) target spread last week - Hunter Henry (10), Mike Williams, Keenan Allen, Melvin Gordon, Austin Ekeler (all tied at 4), Justin Jackson (1). Rivers is in a great spot to produce against an extremely leaky Raiders’ secondary - giving up the second most FPPG to QBs - and he makes for an excellent streamer this week as a legitimate QB1 option. Considering the matchup, it would be surprising not to see an uptick in targets for Keenan Allen (upgrade) and Mike Williams (upgrade standard) this week. Allen has been in a rut of late, and his target share has taken a hit with the improved health of the Chargers weapons. However, his matchup this week against SCB Lamarcus Joyner can be exploited, and the Raiders give up the second most FPPG to WRs. Allen is right on the WR1/2 borderline this week as he will look for his first “boom” performance since Week 3. Williams had some impressive chunk plays last week, but his overall line was hurt by the Chargers nursing a lead in the second half, the passing game simply wasn’t needed. The matchup and high scoring potential for this game put Williams in WR2/3 territory this week with a slight bump in non-PPR leagues. Sure seems like the week that Williams breaks his scoreless drought with a TD.. Hunter Henry has been nothing short of amazing since returning from injury in Week 6. The Raiders are a favorable matchup for TEs as well - giving up the third most FPPG - and Henry is seeing the volume and quality of targets to be a weekly elite TE1. Start him with confidence again this week.
RB Breakdown
Under the new offensive coordinator, early signs point to an emphasis on establishing Melvin Gordon (upgrade) in the run game. His 23 touches easily established a season-high, and he was able to turn them into 109 total yards and two TDs. This may have been in part due to the game-flow, but Gordon’s usage in the red zone and near the goal line present another boon to his value. It’s too early to draw any clear conclusions based on this one week sample, but those who bought low on Gordon after a slow start upon his return may just be handsomely rewarded. Austin Ekeler (downgrade standard) was still heavily involved, and if the Chargers have in fact jump-started their offense then there will be more fantasy points available for all involved parties. Ekeler is an RB2 in PPR leagues and a flex in non-PPR now that Gordon is beginning to take control of the carry distribution. Gordon himself can be viewed as a RB1/2 that has a great shot of getting into the endzone again this week, in one of the highest projected scoring games of the week.

Raiders

Opp (LAC) Pass DVOA: #23
Opp (LAC) Run DVOA: #25
Injuries to Watch DEF (LAC): DT Justin Jones (OUT) DT Cortez Broughton (OUT) S Roderic Teamer (D) LB Denzel Perryman (Q) DT Brandon Mebane (Q)
Injuries to Watch OFF (OAK): OT Trent BRown (Q) C Rodney Hudson (Q)
Key WCB matchups: None
Relevant Target Share %’s (season): Darren Waller (22%) Tyrell Williams (20%) Hunter Renfrow (13%)
RB Snap %/Touches/Targets Week 9: Josh Jacobs (58%, 28, 2)
QB/WTE Breakdown
The Raiders continue to run a “spread the wealth” offense, pound the running game, and put Derek Carr (downgrade) in positions to be efficient and limit mistakes. A week after limiting an explosive Packers offense to only 11 points, and limiting Aaron Rodgers to a season low 161 passing yards, LAC will look to continue their impressive play in Week 10. To this point they have given up the sixth fewest FPPG to QBs, so this is not a matchup to be targeting Carr as a streamer. Tyrell Williams (downgrade) hasn’t received the typical target share of a #1 WR, but that is partly due to the way this offense is structured. In a difficult matchup - Chargers give up ninth fewest FPPG to WRs - Williams is a boom-bust WR3 that is less attractive in PPR formats. The other reason for Williams lack of targets is the presence of Darren Waller. The physically imposing Waller has been the team leader in targets, and is Carr’s true #1 option in the passing game. His weekly volume and upside counteract any concern with defensive matchup, and keep him squarely in the elite TE1 range. Especially if the Raiders are forced to throw by the effectiveness of the Chargers’ offense, Waller will see a hefty number of targets in the intermediate areas that Carr loves. Hunter Renfrow and Zay Jones are well off the fantasy radar barring injury at this point.
RB Breakdown
Suddenly rolling behind a healthy and elite offensive line, Josh Jacobs has become an every week RB1/2 at this point in the season. The Chargers are not an imposing matchup - giving up the 10th most FPPG to RBs - so the main concern for Jacobs is game flow. The Raiders are only 1 point underdogs, and are playing at home riding solid momentum on the season, so it would be surprising to see Jacobs finish with fewer than 20-25 touches this week. Keep him locked into your lineup and hope that this game has the kind of fireworks that Vegas is projecting with a 48.5 point oveunder. Neither Jalen Richard or DeAndre Washington warrant fantasy attention at this time, although Richard’s comfortability in the passing game would make him the preferred add in the event of a Jacob’s injury.
Score Prediction: Chargers 27, Raiders 21

Kansas City Chiefs (-5.5) at Tennessee Titans

Chiefs ATS: 5-4-0 Titans ATS: 3-5-1
Projected Team Totals: Chiefs 27 Titans 21.5

Chiefs

Opp (TEN) Pass DVOA: #20
Opp (TEN) Run DVOA: #3
Injuries to Watch DEF (TEN): DL Jurrell Casey (Q) LB Jayon Brown (Q) LB Harold Landry (Q)
Injuries to Watch OFF (KC): OT Eric Fisher (Q) OG Laurent Duvernay-Tardif (Q)
Key WCB matchups: None
Relevant Target Share %’s (season): Sammy Watkins (24%) Travis Kelce (22%) Tyreek Hill (19%) Damien Williams (8%) LeSean McCoy (7%)
RB Snap %/Touches/Targets Week 9: Damien Williams (72%, 14, 2) LeSean McCoy (10%, 4, 1)
QB/WTE Breakdown
It appears as though Patrick Mahomes will suit up this weekend, and anyone with a player in this matchup on their roster (besides the defenses) should be thankful. He practiced in full this week and looks ready to go for Sunday’s game against the Titans. His presence upgrades the Chiefs weapons, obviously, but also helps to improve the overall shootout potential for this game. If on the field, Mahomes is an auto-start, and the Titans defense has been more vulnerable to the pass than the run, so Mahomes slots right back in as the #1 QB in fantasy. Tyreek Hill (upgrade) resumes his status as a top-3 WR with Mahomes healthy, and should have no trouble dusting a few big plays after carrying Matt Moore to respectable performances the past two and a half games. Sammy Watkins saw a solid 10 targets last week, and looks to operate as the third option in the passing game behind Hill and Travis Kelce. Watkins is a WR3 with upside now that Mahomes is back, and Kelce is his usual top-3 TE self. Get all three of these players active on Sunday and consider keeping one of Mecole Hardman or Demarcus Robinson rostered as the rare WR handcuff, if you can spare the room.
RB Breakdown
Just when we thought that Damien Williams had been phased out of the offense, he goes and totally redeems himself with last week’s performance. It’s a shame that even the most loyal of Damien truthers had likely placed him on the bench. The snap count and total touch disparity between Damien and LeSean McCoy was surprising last week, but it appears that Williams is the back to own and start heading into Week 10. He looked great on his breakaway 91-yard TD run (tied KC franchise record and longest run in NFL this season), and Mahomes return should only further bolster his open running lanes and passing game opportunities. At this point, Damien is creeping into RB2 territory. While the Titans have a solid run defense, it’s not strong enough to warrant a matchup downgrade and stop you from plugging him into lineups this week. McCoy should likely head to fantasy benches, although considering the fickle nature of this Chiefs offense, you never know when someone will have a huge game. Still, this appears to be Damien’s backfield at the moment, so adjust accordingly.

Titans

Opp (KC) Pass DVOA: #4
Opp (KC) Run DVOA: #28
Injuries to Watch DEF (KC): DE Alex Okafor (Q) DE Frank Clark (Q) CB Kendall Fuller (Q)
Injuries to Watch OFF (TEN): WR Corey Davis (Q) TE Delanie Walker (Q) C BEn Jones (Q)
Key WCB matchups: None
Relevant Target Share %’s (season): Corey Davis (17%) Delanie Walker (16%) A.J. Brown (15%) Adam Humphries (14%)
RB Snap %/Touches/Targets Week 9: Derrick Henry (53%, 16, 3) Dion Lewis (47%, 9, 5)
QB/WTE Breakdown
The transition from Marcus Mariota to Ryan Tannehill has actually been pretty smooth so far, and Tannehill is proving to be the superior fit in this offense. In addition to winning two of his first three starts, Tannehill has also put up some very useful lines, averaging about 21.5 points in those three games. Although the Chiefs secondary isn’t as weak as they were last year - ceding the 10th most FPPG to QBs - the likely shootout nature of the game is a further upgrade to his outlook. Consider Tannehill a high-end QB2 worthy of streaming this week, who has a good shot of breaking the 20 point barrier (as he has 2 out of 3 starts). Corey Davis (hip, downgrade) is questionable this week and missed practice again on Thursday. If he is out, it would open the door for AJ Brown (upgrade) to see an uptick in snaps and targets. Brown’s role has grown somewhat with Tannehill under center, but he needs a full time role to really break out. Davis’ absence might be just the ticket to unlocking Brown’s league-winning upside. Without Davis, Brown becomes a WR3 with WR2 upside that should likely be in all lineups. If Davis can play, Brown is more of a low-end WR3, and Davis can be treated as a WR2/3 (assuming he isn’t just used as a decoy). Delanie Walker (ankle) also missed practice Thursday, and appears headed for another missed game on Sunday. Jonnu Smith could be busy, especially if both Walker and Davis are out. The matchup - Chiefs give up the 10th most FPPG to TEs - is somewhat favorable and the volume should be there in a likely high scoring affair. Consider Smith a TE1 in that scenario, even after the Week 9 dud.
RB Breakdown
It’s been quite the year for a previously maligned running back that many thought could never be consistent. While he has had one or two dud games, Derrick Henry (upgrade) has been a force for most of the year and last week was no exception. He had a season-low in carries, but still managed 99 yards and two TDs. The Chiefs have been unable to limit running backs all year - giving up the third most FPPG to them - and even if the Titans have to chase a lead they are all but guaranteed to give Henry plenty of touches. Their offense is built around his ability to create impressive yards and chunk plays, and with Tannehill threatening defenses more than Mariota, Henry has even had some additional running lanes of late. Treat Henry as an RB1 this week considering the matchup upgrade and high scoring nature of the game. Dion Lewis is nothing more than a low end handcuff that serves a situational pass catching role for the Titans. He should not be on fantasy rosters.
Score Prediction: Chiefs 31, Titans 21

Buffalo Bills at (-3) Cleveland Browns

Bills ATS: 5-3-0 Browns ATS: 2-6-0
Projected Point Totals: Bills 21.5 Browns 18.5

Bills

Opp (CLE) Pass DVOA: #18
Opp (CLE) Run DVOA: #21
Injuries to Watch DEF (CLE): DE Olivier Vernon (Q) S Eric Murray (Q)
Injuries to Watch OFF (BUF): None
Key WCB matchups: None
Relevant Target Share %’s (season): John Brown (22%) Cole Beasley (22%) Zay Jones (14%) Dawson Knox (12%) Devin Singletary (9%)
RB Snap %/Touches/Targets Week 9: Devin Singletary (66%, 23, 4) Frank Gore (34%, 11, 0)
QB/WTE Breakdown
As expected, BUF beat up on WAS last week, improving to 6-2. Even with the first-rate record, Vegas only has them favored by 3 points against an eroding CLE team. Josh Allen (upgrade) continues to provide back-end QB1 value for owners, contributing a high-floor with his rushing. His ceiling is capped due to his meager passing numbers, but it’s a good week to roll him into lineups - CLE is giving up 19.3 FPPG to QBs. John Brown (upgrade) continues to be the only wideout worth having in Buffalo’s run-first offense. Allen only threw for 160 yards last week and Brown snapped up 76 of those. Against CLE is as good of a spot as any to get him into lineups as a solid WR2 - they are giving up 21.3 FPPG to WRs. Cole Beasley found the endzone last week, but was only targeted twice. He and tight end Dawson Knox can be safely left on the wire.
RB Breakdown
Finally, Devin Singletary (upgrade) owners can rejoice. The ageless Frank Gore was finally relegated to a backup role, and Singletary was able to run wild on 23 overall touches, a season-high. Moving forward, as long as the touches stick (they should, Singletary is the better back), Singletary should be treated as an upside RB2. Unfortunately, Josh Allen and Frank Gore will undoubtedly vulture a few goal line opportunities from the talented rookie, but such is life with a run first quarterback.

Browns

Opp (BUF) Pass DVOA: #5
Opp (BUF) Run DVOA: #30
Injuries to Watch DEF (BUF): S Kurt Coleman (P) CB Kevin Johnson (P)
Injuries to Watch OFF (CLE): WR Odell Beckham Jr (P) TE Ricky Seals-Jones (Q) TE Pharaoh Brown (D) G Joel Bitonio (Q)
Key WCB matchups: Odell Beckham vs. Tre’Davious White (Rotoworld)
Relevant Target Share %’s (season): Odell Beckham (26%) Jarvis Landry (23%) Nick Chubb (12%) Antonio Callaway (11%) Ricky Seals-Jones (9%)
RB Snap %/Touches/Targets Week 9: Nick Chubb (60%, 24, 5) Dontrell Hilliard (40%, 7, 2)
QB/WTE Breakdown
There aren’t any excuses left to make for this CLE team. Playing in DEN against a team starting a backup QB, and they still couldn’t find a way to win. First year head coach Freddie Kitchens is on the hot seat, and deservedly so, the Browns are an imcompentent mess - CLE is the most penalized team through 9 weeks (footballdb.com). Baker Mayfield (downgrade) continues to disappoint with his play, and it remains to be seen if he can turn things around this season. Going against a top-5 BUF secondary doesn’t project as a bounce back week, and he’s better off stashed or dropped at this point in the season depending on your team needs - BUF is giving up just 12.5 FPPG to QBs and 14.3 to WRs. The offensive woes have completely killed Odell Beckham’s (downgrade) value, and owners have no choice but to continue to keep him active in lineups and pray CLE breaks out of its funk. He’s just the WR26 in .5 PPR, and there’s no reason to think this is the game he gets on track. It feels like we are a few weeks or losses away from a public blowup from the primadonna wideout, and it’s actually sort of a surprise that it hasn’t happened yet. Jarvis Landry saw 13 targets last game posting a 6-51-1 receiving line, and should be Baker’s main target again this week as the BUF secondary seeks to limit long plays. Yet, he’s better suited to full PPR settings. Antonio Callaway made a decent appearance in the box score last week, posting 4-56-0, but this offensive can’t even support one wideout at the moment, so he’s best left on the wire. Demetrius Harris continues to fill in for the injured David Njoku, but he’s no more than a longshot TE2/3.
RB Breakdown
Things are going to get interesting this week with the CLE backfield. Nick Chubb (upgrade) has been an absolute stud this year, and CLE has looked best when feeding him the rock. However, Kareem Hunt is set to return from his suspension, and will reportedly have a sizeable role. The matchup sets up great for the running backs, and CLE should seek to attack the Bills at their weak point - BUF is giving up 20.4 FPPG to RBs. Consider Chubb an RB1 this week, while Hunt is a desperation flex play due to uncertainty of role. It will be interesting to see how things shake out in this backfield, keep an eye on both running backs snap rate and touch total.
Score Prediction: Browns 20, Bills 19

Arizona Cardinals at Tampa Bay Buccaneers (-4.5)

Cardinals ATS: 6-2-0 Buccaneers ATS: 2-6-0
Projected Team Totals: Cardinals 23.75 Buccaneers 28.25

Cardinals

Opp (TB) Pass DVOA: #26
Opp (TB) Run DVOA: #1
Injuries to Watch DEF (TB): LB Carl Nassib (D) LB Anthony Nelson (D) CB Carlton Davis (Q)
Injuries to Watch OFF (ARI): RB David Johnson (P) RB Chase Edmonds (OUT) T Justin Murray (Q)
Key WCB matchups: None
Relevant Target Share %’s (season): Christian Kirk (22%) Larry Fitzgerald (19%) Kenyan Drake (17%) Damiere Byrd (15%) David Johnson (14%)
RB Snap %/Touches/Targets Week 9: Kenyan Drake (92%1 19, 4) Alfred Morris (5%,1 , 0) Zach Zenner (3%, 1, 0)
QB/WTE Breakdown
Wow. It appears that Kyler Murray (upgrade) can never be counted out. Going up against one of the league's best defenses on TNF last week, ARI gave SF their first scare of the year, before ultimately losing 28-25. Murray did his part, putting up 23.04 fantasy points with 241 yards passing and two touchdowns. Next on deck is a defense allowing 23.4 FPPG to QBs, 4th worst. Consider Murray an upside QB1 this week, and he may be matchup proof moving forward. Christian Kirk (upgrade) floundered last week in a terrible matchup, but this week projects as a rebound week for the talented young wideout - TB is hemorrhaging 30.4 FPPG to WRs, league worst. Consider him a rock solid WR2 in the plus matchup. Larry Fitzgerald has bottomed out the last several weeks, only scoring a combined 9 fantasy points in the last three weeks. Due to this, even in a great matchup, he's an untrustworthy WR3 - if there were a week to get back on track it would be this one. The auxiliary pass options for ARI can be left on the wire, including the tight end position.
RB Breakdown
With less than a week of practice under his belt after being traded, Kenyan Drake exploded against a top-ranked SF defense, a feat nobody could have predicted. He created 110 yards on the ground with a score, and posted 4-52-0 receiving. David Johnson is set to return this week, and it’s likely that he slides immediately back into his old role, which would leave Drake with a limited amount of snaps to work with. It’s anyone's guess as to how the touch split goes, so Drake is a worthy flex option based on his usage the week before, it’s unlikely ARI traded to use him as a pure backup. It’s not a great matchup for the position, TB boasts the #1 Rush DVOA and is only ceding 11.9 FPPG to RBs. Johnson and Drake’s pass game usage should help mitigate the tough matchup.

Buccaneers

Opp (ARI) Pass DVOA: #29
Opp (ARI) Run DVOA: #19
Injuries to Watch DEF (ARI): LB Terrell Suggs (Q) DL Zach Allen (Q) CB Tremaine Brock (Q)
Injuries to Watch OFF (TB): G Ali Marpet (Q) T Demar Dotson (Q)
Key WCB matchups: Mike Evans vs. Patrick Peterson (Rotoworld)
Relevant Target Share %’s (season): Mike Evans (30%) Chris Godwin (20%) Breshad Perriman (12%) O.J. Howard (9%) Cameron Brate (9%)
RB Snap %/Touches/Targets Week 9: Ronald Jones (56%, 20, 2) Dare Ogunbowale (28%, 2, 1) Peyton Barber (16%, 4, 0)
QB/WTE Breakdown
There’s one thing you have to give this TB team, they are really fun to watch. Jameis Winston (upgrade) threw for 335 yards and two scores last week in SEA, eventually losing in OT. Somehow, the turnover prone QB didn’t throw a single INT in a game he threw 44 times. It seems like some sort of personal record for him. TB again draws a great matchup for the passing game - ARI is giving up a league worst 25 FPPG to QBs, and 24 FPPG to WRs. Jameis needs to be locked and loaded into lineups again as a QB1. Mike Evans (upgrade) and Chris Godwin (upgrade) continue to alternate big weeks, with Evans taking his turn last week - smashing SEA for a 12-180-1 receiving line. Both are every week WR1’s, commanding 20% or more of Tampa’s target share. Evans draws CB Patrick Peterson in coverage this week, a matchup he’s won in the past - posting 6-70-1 and 3-95-1 lines (Rotoworld). Get both wideouts in lineups and forget about them. O.J. Howard (upgrade) is expected back this week against AZ, and even with his disappointing season to date, he needs to be considered in all formats. ARI literally cannot guard tight ends - giving up a league worst 15 FPPG to the position. Howard makes for a great stream this week.
RB Breakdown
It appears that Bruce Arians has finally decided to roll with a lead running back - Ronald Jones was given the lion's share of snaps and touches last week, breaking out for 67 yards rushing with a touchdown while adding 2-15-0 receiving. He needs to be rostered in all formats. This week he draws an average matchup - AZ is giving up 18.7 FPPG to RBs. Consider him an upside RB2 moving forward. Peyton Barber and Dare Ogunbowale can be left on the wire.
Score Prediction: Buccaneers 35, Cardinals 31
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2019.11.06 23:56 oytboy Week 9 Recap

Will we see some big trades yet with trade deadline looming?
No Fly Zone (5-4) beats Cheeks (3-6) 133.37 - 123.24:
MVP:
Jimmy G might have led the team with 26.77 points, but it was the Dallas defense's 18 points on Monday Night Football that pulled out this win for NFZ.
LVP:
Cheeks got a combined 3.60 fantasy points from the two flex spots as Stefon Diggs and Frank Gore had absolute stinkers in good matchups.
Sit/Start Decision of the Week:
NFZ made the correct call in leaving Sony Michel on the bench this week, although Robby Anderson scored less than a point more. In retrospect Cheeks should have put Matt Breida out there ahead of Gore, although it wouldn't have been quite enough to change the overall outcome.
Analysis:
NFZ got good production from its QBs even with Mahomes sidelined once again as Garoppolo had his best game of the year (including a salacious flirtation with Erin Andrews) and Baker Mayfield surprisingly didn't suck too terribly. NFZ didn't have any real stars but DeAndre Hopkins, Chris Carson, Julian Edelman, and Michael Gallup all reached double-digits. Cheeks didn't have a bad week outside of Gore and Diggs but it was bad enough to lose.
Moving on:
NFZ is now in sole possession of the fourth and final playoff spot and gets a good matchup with 3-6 The Backyard Boys. They'll need help with Hopkins, Edelman, and Michel all on bye this week. They have to be considered pretty lucky to be in playoff position having scored the third-least amount of points in the league to date. Cheeks drops into a four-way tie for last place, a true low point for what was a promising squad. Will they pull the chute on the season and look to make draft pick improvements?
Action Jackson (7-2) beats Chiraq Attack (4-5) 184.13 - 84.70:
MVP:
Pick any one of Tyler Lockett, Mike Evans, Lamar Jackson, or Christian McCaffery - they all surpassed 27.50 fantasy points on the week for AJ.
LVP:
Pick any one of Aaron Jones, Christian Kirk, or DeSean Jackson - they all scored less than 3.50 fantasy points on the week for CA.
Sit/Start Decision of the Week:
CA could have at least broken the 100-point barrier by starting David Montgomery and his 21.10 points over any of the three listed above.
Analysis:
The most incredible thing about AJ's league-leading 184 points is that they had more than a couple duds along the way (Juju Smith-Schuster with 3.10 points, Gardner Minshew with 7.70 points, and the Cleveland defense with 5 points) and it just didn't matter. AJ had three of the league four 30-point scorers on the week, a simply stunning fact. CA had basically no success at any position, getting only two double-digit performances from non-QBs. Aaron Jones' dud in a great RB matchup was a real killer for a team that relies on his production heavily.
Moving on:
CA drops out of the last playoff spot and into a tie with Skyler for fifth place. It's a disappointing result for a team that got Davante Adams back this week, and has to face 7-2 Team Name Loading next week in a do-or-die matchup. Action Jackson gets a juicy matchup with 8th place Nincompoopery and looks to be nearly unstoppable, averaging 192 points over the last two weeks. AJ is averaging a full ten points more per week than the next highest team (TNL), nearly putting up 100 more points than CA this week.
The Backyard Boys (3-6) beats Nincompoopery (3-6) 152.57 - 137.96:
MVP:
Russell Wilson once again stole the show, piling up 36.70 fantasy points on a five-TD day.
LVP:
NCP started Rashaad Penny... yeah.
Sit/Start Decision of the Week:
NCP also had Kenyan Drake on the bench... yeah... yeah.
Analysis:
TBB finally got something out of Melvin Gordon as he scored 2 TDs and put up 24.40 points. All in all, eight players scored at least 11.87 points for TBB, with Aaron Rodgers providing the lowest number there. You wouldn't have found many takers if you tried to say Mike Gesicki would outscore Travis Kelce in this head-to-head matchup, but it happened and TBB is loving it. TBB could have had an even better day, as Phillip Lindsay, Duke Johnson, and Ronald Jones all scored 15+ points on the bench. NCP didn't have a terrible outing by any stretch - six players scored 13 or more points, but when your opponent goes over 150 you don't get a freebie and Penny cost this team a win.
Moving on:
TBB is not last in the league anymore! That dubious distinction now belongs to the vacated Ethan's Rad Team, and TBB can rejoice in their newfound status. They get fourth place NFZ next week in what should be a pretty even matchup all things considered. NCP may need to hit the reboot button on this season after a disappointing second straight loss.
Joe's Best Team (6-3) beats Team Name Loading (7-2) 130.67 - 130.27:
MVP:
In a matchup this tight everyone is an MVP but how about a slow clap for Harrison Butker's 18 points, outscoring TNL's Justin Tucker by 11 points?
LVP:
Sure it was a tough matchup vs the Patriots, but Mark Andrews' 3.10 fantasy points were a major letdown for a guy who's been a top-5 TE all year long.
Sit/Start Decision of the Week:
Jamaal Williams' 13.90 points on the bench would have won the matchup for TNL over several other options including Tevin Coleman and Tyrel Williams.
Analysis:
Joe got almost 40 points from recently traded receivers Emmanuel Sanders and Mohamed Sanu, who both scored more than OBJ and Keenan Allen combined. Derrick Henry led the team with 23.40 points on a two-TD day on a day when Joe's QBs combined for less than 15 points (Tom Brady and Jacoby Brissett). TNL wasted a big day from DK Metcalf and nearly 40 points from their stellar QB duo of Deshaun Watson and Dak Prescott.
Moving on:
The loss drops TNL out of sole possession of first place and into the lower half of a tie with Action Jackson. They will face 4-5 Chiraq Attack next week as they look to get back on track. Joe has to feeling good after pulling out this win against a top opponent despite having Devonta Freeman, Austin Hooper, and Drew Brees on bye. They will look to further cement their playoff status against last place Ethan's Rad Team next week.
Skyler's Unreal Team (4-5) beats Ethan's Rad Team (3-6) 133.36 - 105.40:
MVP:
Matthew Stafford has been found money for Skyler all hear and paced the squad with 23.13 points in this matchup.
LVP:
Adam Thielen's decision to play was clearly the wrong call as he came out in the first quarter, sticking Ethan with a goose-egg.
Sit/Start Decision of the Week:
Not much to speak of with Skyler's stars (Cooper Kupp and Alvin Kamara) on bye.
Analysis:
Zach Ertz finally showed out for Skyler with his first 20+ point game of the season. Skyler had some stinkers (Allen Robinson, Tarik Cohen, Royce Freeman, the Chicago defense all at 4 points or less), but also had six starters score 15+ points. Ethan got 20+ from Kenny Golladay, Marvin Jones, and Devin Singletary, but the David Johnson and Thielen goose eggs proved to be too tough to overcome.
Moving on:
Skyler is still very much in this thing with another 3-6 opponent on the docket next week in Cheeks and Kupp and Kamara coming back. On the other side of the ball Ethan will move on to face Joe's Best Team in another tough matchup.
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2019.11.02 19:26 Roto_G (DFAroto) Week 9 Matchup Strategy Guide - Part 2

Part 1 right here: https://www.designatedforassessment.com/nfl/week-9-matchup-strategy-guide-part-1

Part 3 right here: https://www.designatedforassessment.com/nfl/week-9-matchup-strategy-guide-part-3

GLOSSARY

DVOA (Defense-adjusted Value Over Average) calculates a team's success based on the down-and-distance of each play during the season, then calculates how much more or less successful each team is compared to the league average.
DVOA Pass/Run Defense Rank: Team’s NFL rank in DVOA pass or run defense so far this season. #1 means best DEF against the pass/run, #32 means worst DEF against the pass/run.
ATS= Against the spread
DVOA from https://www.footballoutsiders.com/stats/teamdef/2019

CHICAGO BEARS AT PHILADELPHIA EAGLES (-5)

Bears ATS: 2-5-0 Eagles ATS: 3-5-0
Projected Team Totals: Bears 18.75 Eagles 23.75

EAGLES

Opp (CHI) Pass DVOA: #9
Opp (CHI) Run DVOA: #13
Injuries to Watch DEF (CHI): LB Isaiah Irving (OUT)
Injuries to Watch OFF (PHI): OT Jason Peters (OUT) WR DeSean Jackson (Q)
Key WCB matchups: None
Relevant Target Share %’s (season): Alshon Jeffery (25%) Zach Ertz (24%) Desean Jackson (23%) Nelson Agholor (17%) Dallas Goedert (12%) Miles Sanders (9%)
RB Snap %/Touches/Targets Week 8: Jordan Howard (73%, 24, 2) Miles Sanders (18%, 6, 3)
QB/WTE BREAKDOWN
Boy does this offense need Desean Jackson back. Without him since Week 1, Carson Wentz (downgrade) has managed to put together a very solid season, but at no point has this offense looked as explosive as it’s capable of with Jackson in the fold. DJax is questionable to finally return in Week 9, and his return would not only be a boost to Wentz, but to the entire offense. The Bears' defense has sprung leaks over the past few weeks, and poor performances by the offense have forced the defense to do more than its fair share, but they are still a force to be reckoned with. If Jackson can go, consider Wentz a solid QB1 even in the difficult matchup. If he is ruled out, Wentz is a bit more of a back-end QB1 whose ceiling is a bit capped. Alshon Jeffery (downgrade PPR) has worked as Wentz’s #1 WR throughout the season, but has topped out at 76 receiving yards. He’s an extremely TD dependent WR3 option that gets a downgrade in PPR leagues, especially against this stout defense. Zach Ertz has seen a downward trend this season that is directly related to the emergence of Dallas Goedert. Ertz hasn’t topped 70 receiving yards since Week 2, and bottomed out with two catches for 20 yards last week. He is still a TE1, and perhaps the return of Jackson will stop teams from being able to pay so much attention to Ertz, but his days as top-3 option might be behind him. Goedert looks like an appealing play at the moment, having scored a TD in 3 of the past 5 games, and consistently siphoning targets away from Ertz. It’s tough to see this offense supporting four pass catchers every week (DJax, Alshon, Ertz, and Goedert) but Goedert certainly needs to be owned in all leagues at this point. The Bears are not an imposing matchup for TEs, and if DJax is ruled out this week, there are plenty of targets available for both of these impressive pass catching tight ends. Consider Ertz a mid-tier TE1, and Goedert a high-end TE2 with upside for more.
RB BREAKDOWN
The backfield split in Philly has been an intriguing story all year long. Both Miles Sanders (upgrade PPR) and Jordan Howard have been top-30 backs this season (.5 PPR) but Howard saw a majority of the snaps and touches last week. This week, they face a Bears’ defense giving up the 9th most FPPG to RBs, but whose Run DVOA is top-10. The Bears have struggled with pass catching RBs - giving up the 5th most receptions to backs so far this season. I like Sanders to be active in the passing game and make at least one big play, which puts him in the mix for a flex start. As for Howard, he is on the radar as an RB2, with a bump in standard leagues. The Bears have given up 7 rushing TDs through 7 games, so a Howard rushing TD is very possible. But a high yardage total seems less likely this week against a solid Bears front seven. Still, Howard is the safer play considering his current lead in snaps and carries, while Sanders will need to make the most of his somewhat limited touches to hit on his value.

BEARS

Opp (PHI) Pass DVOA: #16
Opp (PHI) Run DVOA: #6
Injuries to Watch DEF (PHI): LB Nigel Bradham (OUT) DT Timmy Jernigan (Q) S Andrew Sendejo (Q)
Injuries to Watch OFF (CHI): None
Key WCB matchups: None
Relevant Target Share %’s (season): Allen Robinson (26%) Tarik Cohen (18%) Taylor Gabriel (11%) Anthony Miller (11%) Trey Burton (10%) David Montgomery (8%)
RB Snap %/Touches/Targets Week 8: David Montgomery (73%, 31, 5) Tarik Cohen (21%, 7, 3)
QB/WTE BREAKDOWN
It’s been a rough season for this Bears offense, and at least some of the blame needs to go to Mitchell Trubisky (upgrade). His highest passing total of the year is 253 yards, and just this week his own coach gave a tentative at best hold on the starting job going forward. This week against the Eagles is a great spot for Trubisky to establish a new season high for yardage, and put up a solid fantasy week, so he is in play as a streamer in 2 QB leagues. The Eagles have given up the 12th most FPPG, but have a bottom third DVOA ranking and have been continually burned by top WRs. Allen Robinson (upgrade) has the talent to take advantage of this matchup, and even with a QB that is clearly holding him back, makes for an appealing WR2 on volume alone. Taylor Gabriel (upgrade) might just be able to repeat some of his Week 3 magic this week against an Eagles defense giving up the second most FPPG to WRs and are susceptible to long speedy receivers, but can’t be looked at as more than a boom-bust WR4. Anthony Miller has encouragingly seen his yardage total rise throughout the season, but I like Gabriel as a better one week flier this week. Trey Burton hasn’t cleared 20 yards all season, and should be nowhere near fantasy teams much less a starting lineup.
RB BREAKDOWN
For one glorious week, David Montgomery (downgrade) was what every owner who drafted him hoped he would be. Matt Nagy finally gave him a heavy workload, and Monty delivered against a Chargers’ front seven that was missing some key players. Unfortunately, the Bears now face an Eagles defense with the #6 Rush DVOA that also gives up only the sixth fewest FPPG to RBs. It’s a tough spot for owners to be in after such a breakout week, as he appears to have Nagy’s trust for 20+ carries, but we simply cannot trust he’ll be able to create much against a stout front seven. Consider Montgomery an RB3 or flex this week that has the ability to produce some yardage and a potential short TD, but is unlikely to put up anything resembling last week’s performance. Tarik Cohen (drop standard) has maintained his pass catching role from last year, but has seen his carries drop significantly and the ability to create explosive plays in an offense as anemic as this one is remote. Cohen is a drop in standard leagues, and only a borderline hold in PPR leagues, and should not be in lineups this week.
Score Prediction: Eagles 21, Bears 17

NEW YORK JETS (-3) AT MIAMI DOLPHINS

Jets ATS: 2-5-0 Dolphins ATS: 3-4-0
Projected Team Totals: Jets 22.5 Dolphins 19.5

JETS

Opp (MIA) Pass DVOA: #32
Opp (MIA) Run DVOA: #31
Injuries to Watch DEF (MIA): CB Ken Webster (OUT) S Reshad Jones (D) S Walt Aikens (Q) CB Ryan Lewis (Q) DE Avery Moss (Q)
Injuries to Watch OFF (NYJ): C Ryan Kalil (OUT) OT Kelvin Beachum (Q) TE Chris Herndon (Q) WR Demaryius Thomas (Q)
Key WCB matchups: None
Relevant Target Share %’s (season): Jamison Crowder (23%) Le’Veon Bell (20%) Robby Anderson (20%) Demaryius Thomas (19%)
RB Snap %/Touches/Targets Week 8: Le’Veon Bell (85%, 12, 5) Bilal Powell (16%, 4, 0)
QB/WTE BREAKDOWN
The Jets fell victim to an excellent Jaguars pass defense last week, and Sam Darnold (upgrade) was right at the center of it. He threw for 218 yards and two TDs, but also threw three picks. Thankfully for anyone invested in this offense, this week provides one of the cushiest matchups in football - the Miami Dolphins. They give up the 2nd most FPPG to QBs and have the worst pass defense by DVOA metrics. Darnold has solid weapons out wide and at RB, and has looked good when given time to throw this year. He can be treated as the #1 streaming option this week and is a borderline top-12 option. His weapons get a similar upgrade. Robby Anderson (upgrade) has only game this year with more than 43 receiving yards, but has a golden opportunity to make the big play he needs to have week-winning upside.Despite the up and down target share, and his dependency on long pass plays, Anderson is a WR3 with upside this week. Jamison Crowder (upgrade PPR) may have been dropped in some shallower leagues, and savvy owners will recognize that he has a high floor in PPR leagues in the upcoming slate of games in which the Jets play a series of poor or mediocre defenses. If he is available, change that immediately, and feel comfortable slotting him in this week as a WR3 in PPR leagues, or a low-end flex in standard leagues. Chris Herndon is once again questionable to play this week with a hamstring issue, so his status is worth monitoring for Week 9. Despite being hyped by many (myself included) as a lottery ticket stash, he has yet to play a down this season. However, considering the easy upcoming schedule for the Jets, Herndon is a must own outside of shallow leagues at a position of weakness for most. He could be a real asset down the stretch, so don’t let your league mates beat you to him.
RB BREAKDOWN
One of the few true remaining workhorses in the NFL, Le’Veon Bell (upgrade) was reportedly on the trade market briefly this past week. He did not end up getting moved though, and remains in position for a high touch total on a weekly basis in this offense. Bell is another player that makes sense as a buy low before the fantasy trade deadline considering the Jets upcoming schedule. This week he is in a great spot to put up solid numbers against the worst defense in the league. Treat him as a back-end RB1 despite the disappointing production in recent weeks. It appears that Bilal Powell and Ty Montgomery are still in a battle for the #2 role, and that means that neither is a strong handcuff for Bell at the moment in addition to having close to zero standalone value.

DOLPHINS

Opp (NYJ) Pass DVOA: #21
Opp (NYJ) Run DVOA: #3
Injuries to Watch DEF (NYJ): CB Trumain Johnson (OUT) S Rontez Miles (OUT) LB C.J. Mosley (OUT) LB Neville Hewitt (D) DT Steve McLendon (Q)
Injuries to Watch OFF (MIA): C Daniel Kilgore (D) OT J’Marcus Webb (Q)
Key WCB matchups: None
Relevant Target Share %’s (season): Preston Williams (21%) Devante Parker (19%) Albert Wilson (10%)
RB Snap %/Touches/Targets Week 8: Mark Walton (87%, 14, 6)
QB/WTE BREAKDOWN
The Dolphins are maneuvering this tank job very craftily so far, at least from an organizational standpoint. They narrowly avoided a win against the Redskins in Week 6, and don’t face another truly bad team again until Week 16 against Cincinnati. They’ll need to be on their game to lose that one, so I’m sure they’ve already begun scheming in the textbook Kalen Ballage dropped screen pass during meetings this week. Ryan Fitzpatrick somehow still has a starting job, and heads into Week 9 with an extremely short leash. Josh Rosen could enter the fray at any moment which makes an already unappealing fantasy situation look even worse. Devante Parker (upgrade standard) has had a bit of a career resurgence, or since he’s never really produced, you could just call it a surgence. He’s averaging over 11 points per game (.5 PPR) through the past four games, and has been a go-to in the red zone for Fitzpatrick. The Jets have a bottom third pass defense by DVOA metrics, and give up the eighth most FPPG to WRs, so this is another decent opportunity for him to produce. His low catch and yardage totals make him more WR4 than WR3, but owners in a bye week pinch could do worse. Preston Williams and Albert Wilson, however, have been much less productive in terms of total points during this recent stretch, and neither is more than a WR5 dart throw at best. Williams is the much preferred play due to his higher target share, but his inefficiency makes him a risky play even in this potentially plus matchup. Mike Gesicki is.. well.. Mick Gesicki. 153 yards through 8 games. Good luck.
RB BREAKDOWN
Well that escalated quickly. Not only did Mark Walton (upgrade volume) overtake hands of stone Kalen Ballage (watch out for Week 16 bump in usage), but suddenly he’s alone at the top of the pecking order with Kenyan Drake shipped off to Arizona. It’s amazing to see Drake get to run with a decent offense and quarterback for the first time in.. ever. But forgetting for a minute the unfortunate team situation he remains in, Walton is suddenly looking at an opportunity for 18+ touches weekly the rest of the way. That holds value in just about every league, and puts him on the radar as a low-end RB2 this week. The Jets give up the seventh most FPPG to RBs, but that number may be a bit misleading considering their elite DVOA rank. Regardless, Walton should be able to push for 15+ carries and at least 4-5 targets, and should get increased looks on underneath routes if the Dolphins go into catch up mode in the second half. He’s just outside the top 24 for me this week, but during bye weeks he has a great case for being placed into lineups on volume alone.
Score Prediction: Jets 28, Dolphins 14

MINNESOTA VIKINGS AT KANSAS CITY CHIEFS (-2)

Vikings ATS: 5-3-0 Chiefs ATS: 4-4-0
Projected Team Totals: Vikings 23.25 Chiefs 25.25

VIKINGS

Opp (KC) Pass DVOA: #4
Opp (KC) Run DVOA: #30
Injuries to Watch DEF (KC): DE Alex Okafor (OUT) DE Frank Clark (Q) CB Kendall Fuller (Q) DT Chris Jones (Q)
Injuries to Watch OFF (MIN): WR Adam Thielen (Q)
Key WCB matchups: None
Relevant Target Share %’s (season): Stefon Diggs (23%) Adam Thielen (21%) Dalvin Cook (16%) Bisi Johnson (12%) Irv Smith (10%) Kyle Rudolph (9%)
RB Snap %/Touches/Targets Week 8: Dalvin Cook (73%, 28, 6) Alexander Mattison (17%, 15, 2)
QB/WTE BREAKDOWN
The Vikings beat up the hapless Redskins on TNF in Week 8, and had an extended week to recover for their showdown with KC. Kirk Cousins continued his elite play in that game, completing 23/26 passes for 285 scoreless yards. The game plan against KC projects to be run-heavy for MIN, as KC boasts the No. 4 Pass DVOA and the No. 30 Run DVOA. The only issue with that expectation - if Mahomes does indeed play and tears the Vikings up early, that puts the ball in Cousins hands to lead the comeback through the air. Due to the uncertainty of game-script, Cousins should be treated as a back-end QB1, just be wary that Dalvin Cook could be force fed the rock - KC is giving up 19.9 FPPG to QBs and only 18.9 FPPG to WRs. Even with the extra couple days off, Adam Thielen doesn’t appear to be fully recovered from his hamstring injury and is shaping up to be a true game time decision. If Thielen does play, treat him as a risky WR2; the chance of reaggravation for soft tissue injuries is high. Stefon Diggs is a solid WR2 regardless of whether Thielen goes or not, but again like Cousins, he could very well be the victim of positive game-script. Owners are starting him either way, he’s too talented to be benched. If Thielen is out, Laquon Treadwell and Bisi Johnson will again be in the mix, but as last week showed, neither can be counted on as fantasy options. Irv Smith Jr. and Kyle Rudolph remain off the fantasy radar, they simply aren’t seeing the volume to produce.
RB BREAKDOWN
KC is giving up 24.9 FPPG to running backs, 4th worst. Plus, they are ranked 30th in Run DVOA. All this is to say, Dalvin Cook (upgrade) should eat again, but at this point, when doesn’t he? He should vye for the top RB score this week, and he’s obviously going in all lineups regardless of matchup. Alexander Mattison is an interesting desperation flex stream this week, it seems likely that he’s decently involved in the projected run-heavy game plan. He remains a premier handcuff and needs to be rostered by Cook owners.

CHIEFS

Opp (MIN) Pass DVOA: #12
Opp (MIN) Run DVOA: #10
Injuries to Watch DEF (MIN): None
Injuries to Watch OFF (KC): QB Patrick Mahomes (Q) OT Eric Fisher (OUT) G Laurent Duvernay-Tardif (OUT)
Key WCB matchups: None
Relevant Target Share %’s (season): Sammy Watkins (24%) Travis Kelce (22%) Tyreek Hill (19%) Demarcus Robinson (13%) Mecole Hardman (11%) Damien Williams (9%) LeSean McCoy (7%)
RB Snap %/Touches/Targets Week 8: LeSean McCoy (42%, 13, 4) Damien Williams (39%, 7, 0) Darrel Williams (15%, 2, 0) Darwin Thompson (4%, 1, 1)
QB/WTE BREAKDOWN
With Patrick Mahomes recovering from a dislocated knee cap sustained the week before, Matt Moore filled in admirably, piling up 267 yards passing and two touchdowns against a very good GB secondary. Next on tap, a date with a very good MIN defense. Mahomes is listed a questionable, and appears to be a true GTD. If he were to return, it would be an upgrade for the offense, even in a perceived tough matchup. In reality however, the Vikings secondary has not been imposing this season, with CB Xavier Rhodes ranked as the No. 117 cornerback by PFF, CB Mike Hughes as No. 74, and CB Trae Waynes at No. 83 (Rotoworld). However, that hasn’t exactly translated to giving up huge fantasy point totals - the MIN defense is only giving up 16.3 FPPG to QBs and 23.2 FPPG to WRs. Regardless of who starts at QB, KC’s top-3 passing options continue to be must starts - Tyreek Hill is a WR1, Sammy Watkins a WR3 and Demarcus Robinson a WR4/5. With Watkins back healthy, rookie Mecole Hardman only played 15% of snaps (Rotoworld). He should be rostered and stashed, but he’s no longer a flex option with the pass catchers healthy. Travis Kelce is a solid TE1, but he’s not having the year many projected, and he’s actually busting at his ADP - owners paid premier draft capital to procure the services of the stud tight end. MIN is a tough matchup for his position, only giving up 5.6 FPPG. If you have Kelce you are starting him, hopefully he finds his way into the endzone again.
RB BREAKDOWN
The dreaded RBBC is in full effect for the league's premier offense to the disappointment of fantasy owners across the globe. Four running backs saw snaps last week, and the situation has turned into a complete headache for those who have a KC running back. LeSean McCoy (downgrade) is the lead dog, but that hasn’t amounted to much, he’s the RB31 through 8 weeks. Consider him a worthy flex option, but the MIN Front Seven is imposing - they only give up a saltry 14.5 FPPG to running backs. Damien Williams (stash) should be stashed, but he can’t be started while the rest of the backfield is healthy. Darrel Williams (drop) and Darwin Thompson belong on waiver wires - Darrel Williams can be considered a back-end stash for deeper formats, but a lot needs to happen for him to be fantasy relevant again.
Score Prediction: Chiefs 30, Vikings 27

INDIANAPOLIS COLTS (-1) AT PITTSBURGH STEELERS

Colts ATS: 4-2-1 Steelers ATS: 4-3-0
Projected Team Totals: Colts 21.75 Steelers 20.75

COLTS

Opp (PIT) Pass DVOA: #10
Opp (PIT) Run DVOA: #16
Injuries to Watch DEF (PIT): None
Injuries to Watch OFF (IND): WR T.Y. Hilton (OUT)
Key WCB matchups: None
Relevant Target Share %’s (season): T.Y. Hilton (25%) Devin Funchess (19%) Jack Doyle (13%) Eric Ebron (12%) Nyheim Hines (11%) Zach Pascal (9%)
RB Snap %/Touches/Targets Week 8: Marlon Mack (62%, 20, 1) Jordan Wilkins (29%, 2, 0) Nyheim Hines (9%, 7, 3)
QB/WTE BREAKDOWN
The Colts seem to play to the level of whatever team they are facing, they scraped a win at home last week against a fading DEN team with late game heroics from Jacoby Brissett (downgrade). Unfortunately, stud wideout T.Y Hilton picked up a calf injury this week in practice and is out for the foreseeable future. Coach Frank Reich has provided a 3-4 week timetable for the receiver (CBS Sports), it’s a tough blow for fantasy owners and Colts fans alike. In Hilton’s absence, Zach Pascal (downgrade) and Chester Rodgers (downgrade) will take over as the two top wideouts, with rookie Parris Campbell expected to join in 3-WR sets. Pascal is the preferred play, but starting any of these wideouts is a risky endeavor until we see who becomes Brissetts prefered target - with Hilton out, 25% of the target share is up for grabs, but it’s likely that it’s spread out between the pass catchers. The matchup isn’t great this week either, PIT has been decent against the pass - giving up 15.8 FPPG to QBs and 23 FPPG to wideouts. Eric Ebron only played 34% of snaps last week, while Jack Doyle saw 72% (lineups.com) - however with Hilton sidelined we may see more 2-TE sets, which would increase the volume output for both. Treat both as TE2 options for now, but keep an eye on the Colts offense this week, there may be some changes in scheme.
RB BREAKDOWN
Marlon Mack got back on track last week, grinding out 76 yards on the ground with a touchdown, while also producing one catch for 14 yards. However, this week projects to be tough sledding - PIT is only giving up 15.5 FPPG to RBs, 7th best. Jordan Wilkins is Mack’s pure handcuff and needs to be rostered by Mack owners. Nyheim Hines continues to be involved in a limited fashion but isn’t a fantasy option.

STEELERS

Opp (IND) Pass DVOA: #15
Opp (IND) Run DVOA: #29
Injuries to Watch DEF (IND): CB Pierre Desir (D) DE Justin Houston (Q) S Malik Hooker (Q)
Injuries to Watch OFF (PIT): RB James Conner (D) RB Benny Snell Jr. (OUT) FB Roosevelt Nix (Q) OL Ramaon Foster (OUT)
Key WCB matchups: None
Relevant Target Share %’s (season): Juju Smith-Schuster (20%) Diontae Johnson (17%) James Conner (14%) James Washington (13%) Vance McDonald (11%) Donte Moncrief (11%) Jaylen Samuels (10%)
RB Snap %/Touches/Targets Week 8: James Conner (51%, 26, 4) Benny Snell Jr (49%, 5, 0)
QB/WTE BREAKDOWN
Miami continues to be a get right spot for opponents, and MNF last week was no different as the Steelers tied their season-high point total. Mason Rudolph looked good, producing 251 yards passing and two touchdowns, but he’s only an option in 2QB formats. Juju Smith-Schuster (downgrade) finally provided owners with a sell-high window, generating a respectable 5-103-1. The schedule moving forward is decent, but a major concern is their fantasy playoff schedule (Weeks 14-16). While ARI provides a good matchup in Week 14, PIT then faces BUF and NYJ. Owners should look to move Juju while they can. Rookie Diontae Johnson continued his surprise campaign, and is clearly the No. 2 option in the passing game. Making his living so far stretching the field, the matchup this week against the Colts big play limiting zone defense doesn’t provide great opportunity. Treat him as a boom-or-bust WR3/4 - IND is limiting WRs to 23 FPPG. James Washington was a favorite sleeper of many, including myself, but it’s clear that Johnson has stolen any thunder Washington would have had - he only played 47% of snaps last week (Rotoworld) and is the clear No. 4 passing game option in a run first offense, he’s not a fantasy option. Vance McDonald (drop) and Nick Vannett aren’t being targeted enough to used in fantasy, both can be left on the wire.
RB BREAKDOWN
With both James Conner and Benny Snell Jr. picking up injuries last week, Jaylen Samuels is the last man standing. He’s set to make his return after a multiple week absence, and will be thrust immediately into a featured role. He needs to be owned everywhere, and the matchup this week is a juicy one - IND ranks 29th in Run DVOA and is giving up 16.3 FPPG to RBs. Consider Samuels a back-end volume based RB1/2, and his work in the passing game should stabilize his floor. Trey Edmunds is the only other running back on the roster unless the Steelers make a move prior to Sunday. He’s not a fantasy option due a clear lack of role.
Score Prediction: Colts 24, Steelers 20
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2019.10.18 17:27 Rsubs33 [Game Preview] Week 7 - Philadelphia Eagles(3-3) at Dallas Cowboys (3-3)

Philadelphia Eagles (3-3) at Dallas (3-3)
The Eagles continue their three game road trip after being shellacked by the Vikings last week in Minneapolis. The Eagles head next down to Dallas to take on the division rival Cowboys, who are reeling from a loss of their own at the hands of the New York Jets.. After coming out of the gate red hot, Dallas has lost three in a row to the Saints, Packers and Jets and the Eagles will look to make it four for their rival. The Eagles have had their own struggles though as the secondary has been getting torched week in and week out with little adjustments from Schwartz, who refuses to give his beleaguered corners more safety help over the top. On the other side of the ball, it is much of the same from last season where the Eagles are suffering from slow starts and failing to put up points in the first quarter. It won’t get easier for them this week. The Dallas defense is stout giving only 331.8 yards per game which is good for 9th in the league while holding opponents to 19.0 points per game (8th in the league). On the other side, the Cowboys may get a boost with both their tackles returning to practice Thursday albeit as limited participants, it is a good sign for the Cowboys who badly missed them last week versus the Jets, however Cooper and Cobb both remained sidelined Thursday. Their participation Friday will be something to watch for to give a better idea for their status on Sunday. The Eagles are dealing with injuries of their own as Desean Jackson, Jason Peters, Darren Sproles and Nigel Bradham are all likely to miss the game this week. Injuries aside, this is a huge game with first place in the NFC East on the line for the two 3-3 squads. Look for the Eagles to try to establish the run early and utilize the screen game against the fast attacking Cowboy defense to get them on their heels. On the other side of the ball, the secondary may get some help this week with the return of Jalen Mills, but the secondary will need some help from their play caller. If the Eagles hope to hold Dak in check, Schwartz will needs to stop focusing on the run and be willing to give his corners help over the top, despite such a strong running threat from Elliott. If the Eagles can limit the big plays and force the Cowboys to grind it out, it will go a long way in winning this football game. It is Prime Time NFCE Sunday Night Football, so let's get ready for a slugfest this weekend. Go Birds!
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Date
Sunday, October 20th, 2019
Game Time Game Location
8:20 PM - Eastern AT&T Stadium
7:20 PM - Central 1 AT&T Way
6:20 PM - Mountain Arlington, TX 76011
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Weather Forecast
Stadium Type: Retractable Roof Stadium
Surface: RealGrass Matrix
Temperature: 75°F
Feels Like: 75°F
Forecast: Clear. Partly cloudy throughout the day.
Chance of Precipitation: 26%
Cloud Coverage:11%
Wind: 16m SSW
Betting Odds
Oddsshark Information
Favorite/Opening Line: Dalaas -3
OveUnder: 49
Record VS. Spread: EAgles 2-4, Cowboys 3-3
Where to Watch on TV
NBC will broadcast Sunday’s game to a national audience. Al Michaels will handle the play-by-play duties and Cris Collinsworth will provide his usual poor analysis. Michele Tafoya will report from the sideline.
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Listen to Merrill Reese and Mike Quick
Calling the game on 94WIP and the Eagles Radio Network will be Merrill Reese, the NFL’s longest-tenured play-by-play announcer (42nd season). Joining Reese in the radio booth will be former Eagles All-Pro wide receiver Mike Quick, while Howard Eskin will report from the sidelines.
Location Station Frequency
Philadelphia, PA WIP-FM 94.1 FM and 610 AM
Allentown, PA WCTO-FM 96.1 FM
Atlantic City/South Jersey WENJ-FM 97.3 FM
Levittown, PA WBCB-AM 1490 AM
Northumberland, PA WEGH-FM 107.3 FM
Pottsville, PA WPPA-AM 1360 AM
Reading, PA WEEU-AM 830 AM
Salisbury/Ocean City, MD WAFL-FM 97.7 FM
Wilkes-Barre/Scranton, PA WEJL-FM 96.1 FM
Salisbury/Ocean City, MD WAFL-FM 97.7 FM
Salisbury/Ocean City, MD WEJL-AM 630 AM
Salisbury/Ocean City, MD WBAX-AM 1240 AM
Williamsport, PA WBZD-FM 93.3 FM
Wilmington, DE WDEL-FM/AM 101.7 FM
York/LancasteHarrisburg, PA WSOX-FM 96.1 FM
Philadelphia Spanish Radio
Rickie Ricardo, Macu Berral and Gus Salazar will handle the broadcast in Spanish on Mega 105.7 FM in Philadelphia and the Eagles Spanish Radio Network.
Location Station Frequency
Philadelphia, PA LA MEGA 105.7 FM
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NFC East Standings
NFC EAST Record PCT Home Road Div Conf PF PA Net Pts Streak
Eagles 3-3 .500 2-1 1-2 1-0 2-3 161 149 +12 1L
Cowboys 3-3 .500 2-1 1-2 2-0 2-2 153 114 +39 3L
Giants 2-4 .333 1-2 1-2 1-1 2-2 111 160 -49 2L
Redskins 1-5 .167 0-3 1-2 0-2 0-4 73 151 -77 1W
Series Information
The Dallas Cowboys lead the Philadelphia Eagles (68-52)
Series History
Head to Head Box Scores
First Game Played
September 30th, 1960 at the Cotton Bowl in Dallas, TX. Dallas Cowboys 25 - Philadelphia Eagles 27
Points Leader
The Dallas Cowboys lead the Philadelphia Eagles (2604-2374)
Coaches Record
Doug Pederson: 2-4 against the Cowboys
Jason Garrett: 10-8 against Eagles
Coaches Head to Head
Doug Pederson vs Jason Garrett: Garrett leads 4-2
Quarterback Record
Carson Wentz: Against Cowboys: 2-3
Dak Prescott: Against Eagles: 4-2
Quarterbacks Head to Head
Carson Wentz vs Dak Prescott: Prescott leads 3-2
Records per Stadium
Record @ Lincoln Financial Field: Cowboys lead the Eagles: 10-6
Record @ AT&T Stadium: Eagles lead the Cowboys: 6-5
Rankings and Last Meeting Information
AP Pro 32 Ranking
Eagles No. 15 - Cowboys No. 17
2019 Record
Eagles: 3-3
Cowboys 3-3
Last Meeting
Sunday, December 9th, 2018
Eagles 23 - Cowboys 29
The Cowboys dominated almost from the start, but let the Eagles stay close to set up a wild fourth quarter as they outgained the Eagles 576-256 on the day, but the Eagles hung around to set up an exciting 4th quarter that saw 3 TDs on the final 3 series. After Dallas took a 7 point lead on a 75 yard TD pass from Prescott to Cooper, the Eagles responded with a TD of their own. After a bad call nullified a Dallas Goedert TD, the Eagles marched down the field and scored a game tying TD with 1:39 to go in the game. After the Cowboys failed to score on the next possession the game went to overtime where the Cowboys got the ball to start. The Cowboys quickly marched down the field and scored the game winning TD. Rasul Douglas jump the slant route and tipped the ball, but it ended up in the waiting arms of Amari Cooper who took it in for the score to give the Cowboys the 29-23 win.
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Last 10 Meetings
Date Winner Loser Score
12/9/2018 Cowboys Eagles 29-23
11/11/2018 Cowboys Eagles 27-20
12/31/2017 Cowboys Eagles 6-0
11/19/2017 Eagles Cowboys 37-9
1/1/2017 Eagles Cowboys 27-13
10/30/2016 Cowboys Eagles 29-23
11/8/2015 Eagles Cowboys 33-27
9/20/2015 Cowboys Eagles 20-10
12/14/2014 Cowboys Eagles 38-27
11/27/2014 Eagles Cowboys 33-10
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2019 “Expert” Picks
Week 7 - "Expert" Picks
2019 Team Stats
Eagles Season Stats
Cowboys Season Stats
2019 Stats (Starters/Leaders)
Passing
Name CMP ATT PCT YDS TD INT RAT
Wentz 131 214 61.2% 1458 12 3 94.3
Prescott 147 211 69.7% 1884 11 6 102.9
Rushing
Name ATT YDS YDS/G AVG TD
Howard 66 297 49.5 4.5 4
Elliott 113 491 81.8 4.3 5
Receiving
Name REC YDS YDS/G AVG TD
Ertz 33 366 61.0 11.1 1
Cooper 33 515 85.8 15.6 5
Sacks
Name Sacks Team Total
Graham 4.0 14
Quinn 5.0 14
Tackles
Name Total Solo Assist Sacks
McLeod 35 19 16 0
Vander Esch 51 31 20 0.5
Interceptions
Name Ints Team Total
Gerry 2 7
Awuzie/Lewis 1 2
Punting
Name ATT YDS LONG AVG NET IN 20 TB BP
Johnston 22 1039 60 47.2 44.3 12 0 0
Jones 19 817 58 43.0 38.7 8 1 0
Kicking
Name ATT MADE % LONG PAT
Elliot 7 7 100.0% 53 16/16
Maher 11 7 63.6.5% 62 18/18
Kick Returns
Name ATT YDS AVG LONG TD
Sanders 9 222 24.7 67 0
Pollard 3 73 24.3 28 0
Punt Returns
Name RET YDS AVG LONG TD FC
Sproles 9 84 9.3 17 0 3
Austin 6 26 4.3 10 0 4
League Rankings 2019
Offense Rankings
Category Eagles Stat Eagles Rank Cowboys Stat Cowboys Rank
Total Offense 349.3 20th 443.7 2nd
Rush Offense 111.2 15th 138.8 7th
Pass Offense 238.2 16th 304.8 3rd
Points Per Game 26.8 9th 25.5 10th(t)
3rd-Down Offense 50.0% 3rd 50.8% 2nd
4th-Down Offense 33.3% 23rd 0.0% 28th(t)
Red Zone Offense (TD%) 70.0% 4th 65.0% 6th(t)
Defense Rankings
Category Eagles Stat Eagles Rank Cowboys Stat Cowboys Rank
Total Defense 353.0 14th 331.8 9th
Rush Defense 72.8 2nd 93.8 12th
Pass Defense 280.2 29th 238.0 12th
Points Per Game 24.8 23rd 19.0 8th
3rd-Down Defense 37.1% 12th 25.4% 2nd
4th-Down Defense 66.7% 23rd(t) 44.4% 14th
Red Zone Defense (TD%) 55% 17th(t) 50.0% 8th(t)
Team
Category Eagles Stat Eagles Rank Cowboys Stat Cowboys Rank
Turnover Diff. +1 12th(t) -3 23rd(t)
Penalty Per Game 7.0 11th(t) 8.0 20th(t)
Penalty Yards Per Game 60.5 14th(t) 78.3 31st
Connections
Eagles RT Halapoulivaati Vaitai is a native of Haltom, TX and went to Haltom High School. Vaitai played collegiately at TCU in Fort Worth, TX
Eagles S Jalen Mills was born in Dallas and grew up in DeSoto, TX and went to Desoto High School.
Cowboys Safeties Coach Greg Jackson played for the Eagles during the 1994-95 season.
Cowboys DT Justin Hamilton played one season for the Eagles in 2017.
Cowboys PS QB Clayton Thorston was drafted in the 5th round of the 2019 NFL draft, but was released during final cuts.
Cowboys Director of Pro Scouting Judd Garrett was selected in the 12th round of the 1990 NFL Draft by the Philadelphia Eagles but was released before the season began.
Cowboys Assistant Director of Video Stephen Gagliardino began his NFL career in 1995 as a ball boy with the Philadelphia Eagles when he was 16 years old, working training camp and game days at Veterans Stadium. He did that for four seasons before moving over to the Eagles video department in 1999, where he worked full time as an intern for three seasons (1999-2001).
Many Cowboys fans were born and raised in the Greater Philadelphia Area, however have no ties to Dallas nor have ever been to the city.
Cowboys head coach Jason Garrett was born in Abington, PA, located roughly 15 miles north of Philadelphia
Eagles DT Fletcher Cox and Cowboys QB Dak Prescott played together at Mississippi State University when Prescott was a red shirt freshman.
Eagles OT Lane Johnson is from Groveton, TX and has family who are Cowboys fans including his grandmother who was told “Shut up, if you want to see 75” while she was rooting for the Cowboys.
Recap from Last Week’s Games.
Eagles
Video The Eagles saw a familiar nemesis in Kirk Cousins who scorched them in the past and this weekend gave them flashbacks. Cousins has been criticized this season for not living up to his contract, but he lived up to it Sunday throwing for 333 yards and 3 TDs against the bewildered Eagles secondary. The Vikings got it started early and with a Theilen TD on the opening drive. Despite all signs pointing to the Vikings being aggressive and exploiting the poor pass defense, Jim Schwartz stubbornly continued to keep 8 men in the box most of the day and left his corners on islands to cover the speedy Diggs and All-Pro Theilen on their own with no help over the top. While the defense was torched the Eagles offense had their own struggles as they once again failed to score in the first quarter and struggled to find rhythm throughout the day as they fell to the Vikings 38-20.
Cowboys
Video The Cowboys entered the game reeling from a home loss to the Green Bay Packers while the Jets looked to get a boost from QB Sam Darnold who returned to action for the first time since week 1 as he recovered from mono. A boost is exactly what Darnold gave the Jets as he threw for 2 TDs in the second quarter and was 23-32 for 338 yards on the day. The Cowboys were without their top 2 receiving targets in Randall Cobb who missed than game and Cooper who left the game with a quad injury after the first drive.The Dallas WRs struggled to get open and the high powered Dallas offense sputtered. Dallas did make a push in the 4th quarter, but the Jets were able to hold them off for their first win of the season under Adam Gase.24-22.
2019 Pro Bowlers
Eagles Cowboys
DT Fletcher Cox (Starter) OT Tyron Smith (starter)
OG Brandon Brooks (Starter) DE Demarcus Lawrence(starter)
TE Zach Ertz (Starter) DE Danielle Hunter
SS Malcom Jenkings (1st Alt) CB Byron Jones
OT Lane Johnson (1st Alt RB Ezekiel Elliott
LB Leighton Vander Esch (1st Alt)
WR Amari Cooper (2nd Alt)
QB Dakota Prescott (3rd Alt)
General
Referee: Jerome Boger
Since 2000, Philadelphia has produced a 21-17 regular-season record vs. Dallas, which marks the highest winning percentage (.553) by an NFC East team against the Cowboys in that span. The Eagles have also registered a 6-4 (.600) regular-season record at AT&T Stadium, winning 4 of their last 6 games at the venue.
Since 2016, Philadelphia ranks 4th in the NFL in primetime winning percentage (.722, 13-5) (including playoffs), trailing only Seattle (.781, 12-3-1) in the NFC.
The Eagles own the 3rd-highest overall winning percentage (.667, 6-3) in primetime road games since 2016, behind Pittsburgh (.778, 7-2) and New England (.714, 5-2)
Philadelphia owns the No. 2-ranked rushing defense (72.8), trailing only Tampa Bay (68.0). The Eagles also lead that category since 2016 (including playoffs), allowing just 91.2 rushing yards per game in that span. Philadelphia has not allowed a 100+ yard rusher in 9 consecutive regular-season contests.
The Eagles have produced the 3rd-best third-down offense (50.0%) in the NFL, behind Houston (51.4%) and Dallas (50.7%). Philadelphia’s 50.0% third-down conversion rate is the team’s 3rd best mark through 6 games since at least 1991, behind 1994 (51.0%) and 2017 (50.6%).
Philadelphia ranks 4th in the NFL with a 70.0% red zone TD efficiency, trailing only Houston (71.4%), Buffalo (71.4%), and Seattle (70.8%) in that category.
Carson Wentz ranks 2nd among NFL QBs in passing TDs per game (2.2) since 2017, behind Patrick Mahomes (2.8). Wentz also owns the 6th highest passer rating (100.5) in the NFL in that span, trailing only Mahomes (111.8), Drew Brees(108.8), Russell Wilson (105.8), Deshaun Watson (104.1) and Matt Ryan (100.7) (min. 500 attempts).
Miles Sanders ranks 3rd among NFL RBs in scrimmage yards per touch (5.97), behind Dalvin Cook (6.08) and Matt Breida (5.99) (min. 60 touches). Sanders has recorded a 30+ yard play from scrimmage in each of the least 4 games, totaling six 30+ yard plays (5 receiving, 1 rushing).
Draft Picks
Eagles Cowboys
OT Andre Dillard DT Trysten Hill
RB Miles Sanders OG Connor McGovern
WR JJ Arcega-Whiteside RB Tony Pollard
WR Shareff Miller CB Michael Jackson
QB Clayton Thorson DE Joe Jackson
S Donovan Wilson
RB Mike Weber
DE Jalen Jelks
Notable Off-season Additions
Eagles Cowboys
WR Desean Jackson WR Randall Cobb
DT Malik Jackson DE Kerry Hyder
DE Vinny Curry TE Jason Witten
S Andrew Sendejo DT Christian Covington
LB Zach Brown DE Robert Quinn
DT Hassan Ridgeway
QB Josh McCown
Notable Off-season Departures
Eagles Cowboys
QB “Big Dick” Nick Foles WR Cole Beasley
DE Michael Bennett WR Cole Beasley
DE Chris Long RB Rod Smith
S Chris Maragos WR Terrance Williams
RB Jay Ajayi DT David Irving
RB Josh Adams TE Geoff Swaim
RB Wendell Smallwood DE Taco Charlton
WR Jordan Matthews OLB Damien Wilson
DT Haloti Ngata
Milestones
Eagles TE Zach Ertz (30) needs 1 TD to move up to 11th on the Eagles all-time receiving TD list all-time tying WR Jack Ferrante and Brent Celek and he needs two TDs to move up to 10th all-time tying WR Ben Hawkins.
Eagles TE Zach Ertz (5193) needs 171 yards to most up to 7th on the Eagles all-time receiving yards list passing Eagles TE/HB Bobby Watson.
Eagles WR Desean Jackson (34) needs 2 TDs to move into a tie for 7th on the Eagles all-time receiving TD list tying Jeremy Maclin.
Eagles WR Desean Jackson (6271) needs 194 yards to move up to 3rd on the Eagles all-time receiving yard list to moving ahead of Mike Quick.
Eagles S Malcolm Jenkins's (4) needs 1 more Interception for a TD to tie CB Eric Allen (5) for most Interceptions for a TD by an Eagles player.
Cowboys QB Dak Prescott (78) needs 2 TDs to move into a tie with Dallas QB Craig Morton for 6th on the Cowboys all-time passing TD list.
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WDB Matchups (CAPS = expected shadow coverage)
Stats to Know
Dak Prescott’s Time to Throw
In the first 3 weeks of the 2019 regular season, Dak was dropping an astounding 147.2 passer rating on dropbacks 2.5 seconds or less and 98.9 on those over. He averaged 2.67 seconds (8th-longest of QBs with a noteworthy number of dropbacks) in Time to Throw over that period, with 45.5% of his dropbacks coming in under 2.5 seconds. In Weeks 4-6 (3 Cowboys losses), Dak was averaging the 9th-longest average Time to Throw at an almost identical clip of 2.66 seconds. However, his passer rating in attempts coming under 2.5 seconds plummeted to 81.2, where his passer rating in attempts over 2.5 seconds also dropped from 98.9 to 85.3. Potentially missing key contributors, we shall see how these figures fare in Week 7 against an under-performing Eagles secondary--an understatement I fully acknowledge.
Matchups to Watch
Cowboys Passing Attack vs Eagles Pass Defense
There is no point in praising the Eagles limiting Dalvin Cook to under 3 YPC when they got absolutely torched through the air yet again. Few people love stopping the run as much as Schwartz despite the fact that having a worse pass defense doesn’t really help your odds of winning. Dallas enters this contest with their own injuries since Amari Cooper and Randall Cobb may not play. Cobb is a notable loss but missing Cooper would be a big help to a wildly poor Eagles pass defense considering what he is able to do. I’m not sure when to rank Cooper among the NFLs wide receivers, but he is a very good route runner that is capable of making himself an easy target for Dak Prescott. Second year pro Michael Gallup had a nice start to the season prior to missing time with his own injury and is a great compliment to the other two starting receivers on the roster. The Eagles enter with a poor cornerback room fresh off the roasting by Kirk Cousins and the great Vikings receivers. Rasul Douglas has been solid on the young season prior to last week. He’s not likely a long term starter at the position but he’s giving you good value for the resources used to get him. Sidney Jones may start opposite him if Ronald Darby can’t go or if Jalen Mills isn’t activated off PUP this week. That’s a problem area. Jones looks washed and lacks any sort of confidence needed to play outside. The players that may return will help the Eagles but they have missed significant time so expectations should be low in the short term. Moreover, the coaching staff has continuously failed to ensure the DBs are executing their responsibilities consistently and failing to develop them in meaningful ways to help out the team. Dallas has an opportunity to get right against this group as do the Eagles themselves given the Cowboys injury struggles. If the Eagles pass defense can just be solid – and not a liability – it’ll go a long way in ensuring success on Sunday.
Cowboys Offensive Line vs Eagles Pass Rush
The Eagles pass rush has not been bad so far this season… it just hasn’t been great. This is a defensive scheme that is predicated on a dominant front 4; we’ve seen what that can mean for the Eagles when they are playing at an elite level. Injury, recovery, natural regression, and the slow growth of younger players on the line have been contributing factors to Eagles lack of pass rush as compared to the previous two years. This is a big setback for the organization since the success of the scheme is predicated on this unit. Like the Jets game two weeks ago, this contest provides the Eagles with a chance to get right against a struggling and banged up offensive line with Tyron Smith and La’el Collins unlikely to go. Tyron Smith has returned to form as a top tier left tackle but has missed the last couple of weeks due to a high ankle sprain. As we saw in 2017, Smith’s absence has massive ramifications for the Cowboys offensive performance. La’el Collins had a good start to the season prior to suffering his own injury. Dak takes more hits and sacks without Smith in the game and that problem is amplified with Collins out as well. Brandon Graham has been playing well so far this season and the Eagles will need that to continue Sunday. Derek Barnett and the other EDGE rushers need to step up opposite him by taking advantage of backup Cameron Flemming. Travis Frederick has returned to the starting lineup this year after missing 2018. While he isn’t at the All Pro level we’ve become accustomed to, he’s still a solid center that is slowly returning to form. The Eagles need Fletcher Cox and whoever else will play on the inside to take advantage of the favorable matchups presented to them by a lesser Frederick and Connor Williams. It’s important to limit Zeke but it is also important to pressure Dak into making bad decisions and getting sacks. It’s not reasonable for anyone to expect a strong performance by the Eagles secondary but the defensive line can absolutely have an impact in this one. They will need to in order to win on Sunday.
Cowboys Secondary vs Eagles Passing Attack
The Eagles passing offense has been extremely underwhelming in the absence of Desean Jackson as they have no big play element at Wide Receiver with his injury. Alshon Jeffery has seemingly worked his way back from an early season calf injury and is a big, usually reliable target for Carson Wentz. Other than Alshon, none of the Eagles WRs are giving the offense anything of value without Jackson out there. Mr. Try Hard himself, Nelson Agholor, has been nothing but a waste of cap room given his production. If the pass isn’t absolutely perfect, he isn’t catching it. And he may not catch it even if it is. Mack Hollins? Who? JJAW is where? There were high expectations for this receiving group entering the season and they would be met if Desean was on the field. Unfortunately, this is a group that absolutely cannot make a moderately difficult play to bail out their QB. At some point this has to change for the Eagles to succeed this season. Zach Ertz has been getting a lot of extra attention from opposing defense since he is the best receiving option on the field for Philly right now and even he has cost the team recently. Dallas enters the game with a banged up secondary as Xavier Woods is out, Byron Jones may be out, and Anthony Brown may be out as well. This secondary gave the Eagles some issues last year and is hurting right now. Can the Eagles receivers make a play for their QB? Wentz is doing everything he can to put the team in positon to win each week this season: the rest of the offense has repeatedly let him down. The stakes are high in this game and the team needs this group to step up for the first time in a long time.
Eagles vs Slow Starts
The Eagles cannot start fast; the alarming trend from 2018 hasn’t gone away so far in 2019. I’d wager that Eagles fans can turn off the game for the first quarter and expect the team to trail by 10 early without scoring any first quarter points. This is a trend that cannot continue anymore. Coaches and players need to come together to figure out what they are doing wrong and stop doing that thing. It’s infuriating to watch and not conducive to success for this team to be in a position where they are constantly chasing teams. Statistics show that teams that start fast and score early are more likely to have success than not. Why the Eagles cannot get this fixed is beyond me but they have no choice but in doing so. They play themselves out of games with the slow starts. Failing to get going as they have been can cost them in the long run later in this season. Everyone who follows this teams knows this is a troubling trend that seems to not have an end in sight. We also know that if they can get going, they can have success. Will they? I am not sure.
Special thanks to MikeTysonChicken and abenyishay for their help in creating this Game Preview.
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2019.10.12 04:30 IWant2RideMyBiscycle Rough NFL Outline After Week 5

Rough NFL Outline After Week 5

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Unofficial Post-Week 5 Rankings
I kind of prefer this graded system to the typical 'power rankings' as very often there's a grey area of play. I tried to sort them as well from left to right and top to bottom on who would be better so can consider the first team in each category as the top.
For the most part it's pretty generic, I don't focus on records too much as that's redundant and more often than not misleading. Most of this is personal unbiased opinion on each teams game plan and the ability to keep up such ability throughout the season going forward. Essentially their sustainability; that's why you'll see teams that have had success; Rams, Cols and Eagles ranked a bit lower than teams that haven't necessarily found a lot of success but are playing their best versions of winning football. There's going to be controversy, that's fine.
Pretty much the 'Eh' (A) graded teams should carry a 60% chance of winning vs teams ranked C, 70% vs D and 80% vs F, though in each category the further in you go it'll increase.
Just some notables to gloss over here
B:
Chiefs:
-Many will want them in 'Eh' but the League history shows with a lack of defense, a poor running/pass split and no hope for either improving due to personnel there's little hope of winning the SB. The Chiefs are maximizing their numbers but as we've seen in two consecutive games, it's coming at the expense of winning efficiency (baltimore came close as well but it was mostly the Chiefs taking their foot off the gas). Their 35% run play percentage is abysmal and with Shady running from the Shotgun most the time it's highly unlikely to break off for long, taxing gains (as Shotgun runs are notorious for) so the defense doesn't need to prioritize stacking the box.
AFC North Show:
With the Lions, Viking and Packers are listed above the Bears people might think I have a screw loose but the offense in Chicago can't go far under Chase Daniels and under Trubisky/Nagy led unit it's shown to be less productive, if a bit less turnover prone. Meanwhile the Lions are playing their best football in decades, including the Megatron years, Kenny Golladay has really stepped forward as Matt Staffords red-zone threat and Matt Patricia is putting his team in position to win weekly.
The Vikings biggest problem is getting Kirk Cousins to stop playing hand-off football, take some chances down field, make the defense play balanced. It'll come at the expense of his completion % among other numbers but if he wins a Super Bowl like other unpredictable QB's (Eli, Big Ben, Russel Wilson, terry bradshaw, Doug Williams), he'll need to stop settling for the easiest completion. It's not dissimilar to the running QB validity argument; if defenses know you're going to run/complete the easiest pass, they'll leave the easiest defended running lanes/routes available to clamp down on. Some defenses have the personnel for it and others don't.
Meanwhile the Packers are being led by everyone but Aaron Rodgers so far, it's heartwarming and even touches upon the advice I just mentioned for Kirk Cousins. Fantasy Football fans will be mad over Rodgers' production but it's winning football and his throws are opening up running lanes as well as passing lanes on drives giving him and his teammates a much easier time throughout the game.
The Fringes of B into C:
Panthers-Jaguars-Cowboys-Texans
They're all showing off different styles of team building; Where the Panthers have quietly accumulated a deep roster largely propelled on offense by Christian McCaffrey and the Cowboys have in-your-face 20M dollar players or want-to-be-40M dollar QB's, granted all from the draft too, that are flailing around like a rattling bin of lost and found. The jaguars are playing their best football without Nick Foles (though in his limited action he did perform well) thanks to Uncle Ricco and another WR they've pulled from seemingly nowhere to stardom. Leonard Fournette seems to have found his groove in the past two weeks and the Jags, stop me if you've heard this before, are back. It might be early to put the Texans this high, especially when the defense is still playing about as well as a wet blanket stemming the Mississippi but it's usually a sign of things to come when Deshaun Watson finds his groove with Will Fuller. I don't think the Texans will get much higher than this spot unless Jonathon Joseph has a career resurgence and Bill O'Brien figures out how to add 3 inches and 30 pounds to Duke Johnson without dropping his speed. Which is in stark contrast to the others; the Cowboys can leapfrog ahead to the top of B if they can get Zeke going (again that run-pass balance throughout a game) but they'll be handcuffed by their sieve of a secondary. The Jaguars might actually improve with Foles and his mobility/arm strength outside of the pocket, there's no question Gardner Minshew has performed admirably but at some point you bring in the veteran to pinch hit and let the rookie digest his experience while he's still confident. The Panthers don't know when Cam Newtons coming back, nor does Cam apparently, but with Kyle Allen and 2019 3rd round draft pick Will Grier you have to wonder how much more Cam can add. Even before his injury dating back to last year, his accuracy was a major problem in game; often overthrowing, under-throwing and just plain missing his guys. When he balanced it with his mobility to create 2nd/3rd and short yardage downs the Panthers were at their best, able to create enough big plays to win games and even reach the Super Bowl but losing that step has cost him in a plethora of ways he's yet to figure out.

The Questionable's:
Titans, Colts, Eagles AND Bucs over the Browns and Rams?
Yep, despite Marcus Mariota's annual schematically challenged offense they're playing winning football. Limiting the hits their guys take by playing the time of possession game and letting the defense get tired for more consistent points. If they can stick with it they'll be more successful than any Rams team throwing for 155 times in 3 weeks.
The Colts are probably piquing, even though they're disciplined in all three phases, they lack the elite personnel on defense and consistency at WR to give them a shot to enter B rank. Justin Houston had a heck of a game vs his former team but we should see the Colts open to the same attack they utilize as the season progresses; heavy runs inside to gash them and tire them out.
Despite all the noise about the Eagles lacking good corners; lacking WR's, lacking RB's, Derrick Barnett under-performing, every week they put themselves in a position to win. It's just the nature of a balanced team where if something doesn't add up it affects the rest of the unit. Sometimes that comes from poor training, poor coaching, poor scheme or poor personnel at other areas of the team. The Eagles know they need to step up in all phases and have the time to do so in the weak NFC East, there's no rush to panic trade for more players when their own guys are nearly back to being healthy.
As for the Browns and Rams: Too pass heavy, seems like an asinine point in todays NFL where you pass the rock every 2 seconds but it's true. In the Browns case their focus on getting OBJ open on scripted plays has left the remainder of the offense clumped together and easy to cover, even if Baker checks down it'll be like running through a hailstorm just to gain 2 yards. Luckily they have a plow of a RB in Nick Chubb. To find success they'll need to balance their offense, OBJ has to be great, not be handed for the Browns offense to succeed. With former chiefs pro-bowl RB Kareem Hunt entering the fold soon it'll be a good chance for the Browns to find their identity. (for the love of god somebody tell them to run the I).
Meanwhile the Rams are passing the ball an obscene amount of times in close games. Run the ball, tire the defense out, it's not like you don't have one of the best RB units in the game even without Todd Gurley getting heavy usages. I thought it was painful watching them pass 38 times in a near tie game in the Super bowl, almost like watching the 60 minute version of Seattle passing it on the 1 yard line, when they have the best running unit in the league but now it's playing out over their season too. It's fantastic for Cooper Kupp, Robert Woods and Brandon Cooks owners but Jared Goff just can't dissect the defense that many times in a game to carry the offense. 4 yards a carry, 25-35 carries a game to the RB's should be the Rams range of success. Unless they're behind by 3 scores with less than 20 minutes left in the game that's their path to victory. Goff just isn't good enough to beat a defense at their peak. Though it is possible while the Rams eat Gurleys contract that they're prioritizing Goff's exposure to defensive schemes and adjustments to force his growth more, which could backfire if he's unable to grow with them.

Poor Guys:
Steelers, Chargers, Raiders
Pretty self-explanatory, no Big Ben, no Mason Rudolph and they've handed the Dolphins a top 10 (possibly a top 5) pick. The defense is arguably playing the best it has ever played under Tomlin, even if we take away the slight stat inflation from their extra reps there's no question Stephon Tuitt has shown up as a DE opposite All-Pro 3-4 DE Cam Heyward this season. Luckily the AFC North is still a mire, there's a small chance 9-7 can win the division though the Steelers did themselves no favours by losing a close one to Baltimore this week.
Chargers won't want anybody to feel sorry for them but every year I rely on three things showing up; New Year, road construction and the Chargers injury bug. It'd be worth the investment to figure out why LAC/SD has so many injuries, perhaps their off-season practice field or on-field practice? Maybe they can keep in touch with the Falcons and figure out what's going on but for this season the loss of Derwin James was massive to their Super Bowl chances and now with Melvin Ingram out too there's little chance the defense can stop enough to make the playoffs. If you're Phillip Rivers you have to wish for a time machine or a trade to land on the Steelers though JuJu is still developing into a #1 WR for them so he's no Keenan Allen.
Raiders, well, theoretically with AB they would've had a legitimate passing attack. Not that Derek Carr is all that flashy, I'd arguably take Jameis Winston in 14mph winds than Carr but you'd have to wonder how big the side of the barn is if Antonio Brown hadn't burned all roads out of Oakland, maybe, just maybe, Carr could've hit that. All jokes aside, Carr has one of the best underrated RB's this year in Josh Jacobs and Tyrell Williams has been playing well, if a bit touchdown dependent for fantasy owners, through the first 5 weeks. Their O-line is solid and their D-line has some pieces to build with. Gareon Conley anchors their #1 corner and Karl Joseph is a solid safety, they're missing some key pieces that will need another round of FA and draft to fix before they enter legitimate contender talks.

You're Trying:
Arizona, NYJ
I don't care how much shotgun 5 wide receiver sets you want to run, asking DJ to run less than 20 times a game so you can pass it to the water boy on the sideline instead tires out no defense. In theory the shotgun and 5 receiver sets of Kliff's college years can create gross mismatches that the defense just can't keep up with but it also requires a coordinator to ensure receivers don't cross defenders who can leap other routes with their speed. Right now it's a jumbled mess in one portion of the field and a simple curl or out route getting the look as the only man open after Murray adds another 4 seconds with his legs. Run the ball more so David Johnson doesn't have to take shots to his back catching errant throws, run the ball more so Kyler Murray can have receivers open running against tired defenders.
Meanwhile in NYJ land everything that you're used to seeing with the Jets is coming back again. An over-inflated opinion of oneself has left the Jets with an identity of soon-to-be-elite for no reason. The defense has been lights out against the run and gashed through the air (but the run still opened the pass) and on offense Le'veon Bell can't get anything going behind an O-line with one good push in them before collapsing. This team will need some backbone even with Sam Darnold due to return this week or they're in for a long season.
Special Notes:
MVP: Russel Wilson
OPY: CMC
DPY: TBD (Sorry Shaq)
I got bored so I wrote this up, you can chew me out for my rough analysis of each team and lack of data given but this is reddit and I'm just eating a pizza waiting for Sunday to come so more than open to reasonable discussion.

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2019.10.04 21:55 Roto_G Week 5 - Matchup Strategy Guide (Part 1) - DFA

What’s up fellow fantasy connoisseurs, welcome to Week 5 of DFA’s matchup strategy guide (Part 1). We decided to try out a different format this week and would appreciate any and all feedback on it. Thanks for reading and make sure to check out Part 2 which is dropping tomorrow with the rest of the games.
Additionally, we dropped our first Fantasy Basketball article a couple days ago and will be continuing to produce content for NBA fantasy as we gear up for draft season. Check it out here: https://www.designatedforassessment.com/
Glossary:
DVOA from https://www.footballoutsiders.com/stats/teamdef/2019
DVOA (Defense-adjusted Value Over Average) calculates a team's success based on the down-and-distance of each play during the season, then calculates how much more or less successful each team is compared to the league average.
DVOA Pass/Run Defense Rank: Team’s NFL rank in DVOA pass or run defense so far this season. #1 means best DEF against the pass/run, #32 means worst DEF against the pass/run.
ATS= Against the spread

New York Jets at Philadelphia Eagles (-13.5)

Jets ATS: 1-2-0 Eagles ATS: 1-3-0
Projected Team Totals: Jets 15.25 Eagles 28.75

Jets

Opp (PHI) Pass DVOA: #23
Opp (PHI) Run DVOA: #5
Injuries to watch DEF (PHI): CB Avonte Maddox, CB Ronald Darby, DT Tim Jernigan
Injuries to watch OFF (NYJ): QB Sam Darnold, OL Kelechi Osemele
Key WCB matchups: No shadow matchups projected, Injured PHI secondary (Rotoworld)
Relevant Target Share %’s (season): Robbie Anderson (19%), Jamison Crowder (30%)
RB Snap %/Touches/Targets Week 3: Le’Veon Bell (100%, 22, 4)
QB/WTE Breakdown
The Jet’s were hoping to rest their Week 5 hopes on the shoulders (or more accurately the spleen) of Sam Darnold, but he has been officially ruled out. With him out, both Robby Anderson and Jamison Crowder will be risky plays despite the mess that is the Eagles secondary currently. The Eagles have been shredded by opposing receivers (most FPPG to opposing WRs), and may be without several starters as well. With Luke Falk forced to make another start, all passing options should probably be avoided, even in a dream matchup. There is hope for negative game script, which could add volume, but Falk simply can’t be trusted to reliably get the ball to his weapons at this point. The Matchup in Week 3 against NE may have made things look bleaker than they are, but starting either Anderson or Crowder this week requires a significant leap of faith. Chris Herndon (stash) returns in Week 6, so if he is on your wire makes sure to change that immediately.
RB Breakdown
Le’Veon Bell (downgrade standard) is one of the few true workhorses in the NFL this year, playing 100% of snaps in 2 out of 3 games the Jets have played this year. You can disagree with Adam Gase as a coach and play-caller all you want, but he is giving Bell all the run he can handle. This kind of workload may not be sustainable for an entire season, but in the meantime Bell will continue to be a volume based RB2 that gets an upgrade in PPR due to his pass game usage. The PHI defense has been elite against the run (3rd fewest rushing yards allowed), but Bell could very likely be the leading receiver for the Jets this weekend, so his value is relatively safe regardless of rushing yards. With Luke Falk under center again, Bell may not clear 30 rushing yards, but will likely rack up short receptions and should be able to clear 10-12 points easily in any PPR format.

Eagles

Opp (NYJ) Pass DVOA: #10
Opp (NYJ) Run DVOA: #11
Injuries to Watch DEF (NYJ): LB CJ Mosley, LB Jordan Jenkins, DL Quinnen Williams
Injuries to Watch OFF (PHI): WR Desean Jackson
Key WCB matchups: None
Fantasy Relevant Target Share %’s: Zach Ertz (25%) Alshon Jeffery (24%) Desean Jackson (23%) Nelson Agholor (19%)
RB Snap %/Touches/Targets Week 4: Jordan Howard (54%, 18, 4) Miles Sanders (35%, 11, 0)
QB/WTE Breakdown
Carson Wentz has been a top 5 fantasy QB to this point, and a matchup against the Jets doesn’t do much if anything to downgrade his every week starter status. Likely without Desean Jackson again this week, Wentz will rely heavily on Zach Ertz (upgrade) to lead the way, with **Alshon Jeffery (upgrade) getting a fair amount of looks as well. Nelson Agholor (downgrade) was a huge disappointment last week, and because of his reliance on volume he makes for a risky start in a game the Eagles may win handily. The Jets have been hit hard by #1 receivers this year, so owners can view Alshon as a solid WR2 this week, and Ertz is an obvious TE1. Agholor is a WR4 with a low floor but a decent ceiling due to his TD upside. With Sam Darnold out this week, the chance of positive game flow rises significantly, so the Eagles may not have a high volume of throws.
RB Breakdown
Jordan Howard (upgrade) dominated snaps and touches last week, much to the surprise of fantasy owners everywhere. His 3 TDs gave him one of the better fantasy lines of the week, but very few were able to reap the rewards (4% started). This week sets up as another good spot for Howard. Despite the Jets having a solid rush defense, the likely positive game flow should give Howard a solid volume of carries and a high chance of reaching the end zone. He’s an RB2 in standard leagues, with a slight downgrade in PPR leagues due to his lack of involvement in the passing game (outside of week 4). Miles Sanders continued to see less than half the snaps and RB touches, but still turned in a respectable performance with 72 rushing yards. Until we see him more involved, especially in the passing game (only one game with 10+ receiving yards) he is not a recommended start outside of deeper leagues. Consider him a RB3/4 with upside this week.
Score Prediction: Eagles 24, Jets 10

Jacksonville Jaguars at Carolina Panthers (-3.5)

Jaguars ATS: 3-1-0 Panthers ATS: 2-2-0
Projected Team Totals: Jaguars 18.75 Panthers 22.5

Jaguars

Opp (CAR) Pass DVOA: #4
Opp (CAR) Run DVOA: #29
Injuries to Watch DEF (CAR): DE Brian Burns, S Eric Reid, CB Donte Jackson
Injuries to Watch OFF (JAX): QB Gardner Minshew WR Marquise Lee
Key WCB matchups: D.J. Chark vs. James Bradberry (Rotoworld)
Relevant Target Share %’s: D.J. Chark (20%), Dede Westbrook (20%), Leonard Fournette (18%), Chris Conley (15%), James O’Shaughnessy (12%), Geoff Swaim (11%)
RB Snap %/Touches/Targets Week 4: Leonard Fournette (83%, 31, 2), Ryquell Armstead (17%, 9, 1)
QB/WTE Breakdown:
Gardnew Minshew (QB2) is making a strong case for rookie of the year, leading the Jaguars to a 2-1 record as a full-time starter. His numbers from a fantasy perspective aren’t quite there yet for 1QB leagues, and he remains an option for deeper leagues or 2QB only. Minshew continues to feed D.J. Chark (downgrade), but against a good Panthers secondary and a date with James Bradberry, he’s only a WR3 with upside. Dede Westbrook continues his fantasy disappointment campaign, and he’s a recommended fade this week as a WR4 in tough matchup. Chris Conley should not be in lineups, and as long as James O’Shaughnessy and Geoff Swaim continue to split work at tight end, neither will be recommended options.
RB Breakdown:
Leonard Fournette (upgrade) finally broke out last week in a huge way, turning his 29 carries into 225 scoreless yards. The volume has been there all season and Week 5 looks to be no different. Against one of the league's best pass defenses, the Jaguars will look to attack on the ground. Consider Fournette a volume based RB1 who is a good bet to find pay dirt this week.

Panthers

Opp (JAX) Pass DVOA: #18
Opp (JAX) Run DVOA: #23
Injuries to Watch DEF (JAX): CB Jalen Ramsey, DE Lerentee McCray
Injuries to Watch OFF (CAR): None
Key WCB matchups: None. Keep an eye if Jalen Ramsey (Q) is active. If he is unable to go upgrade Curtis Samuel.
Relevant Target Share %’s (season): Christian McCaffery (21%), D.J. Moore (21%), Curtis Samuel (21%), Greg Olsen (19%)
RB Snap %/Touches/Targets Week 4: Christian McCaffery (87%, 37, 10), Alex Armah (13%, 0, 1)
QB/WTE Breakdown:
Kyle Allen is now 2-0 as a starter and frankly has looked better than Cam Newton. This may be due to Cam’s injury, but he’s never been an accurate downfield passer and has relied on his running in the past. It remains to be seen when he comes back if that will still be part of his game. Curtis Samuel (upgrade) is the preferred WR play moving forward in the Kyle Allen era as he continues to rack up targets, at some point he’s going to start coming down with the deep ball as well. If CB Jalen Ramsey is unable to go (he’s looking doubtful), then Samuel will draw CB Tre Herndon who was roasted by the Broncos last week (Rotoworld). D.J. Moore has been largely a disappointment the last few weeks, only drawing 7 targets with Kyle Allen in control. There is good news however, the Jacksonville defense is not as daunting as years past - giving up 27.2 FPPG to receivers. Despite Moore being relegated to a role player rather than the featured reciever many thought he would be in 2019, Week 5 is a solid spot to get production from him - treat him as a WR3 with upside. Greg Olsen fell back to Earth last week after destroying the Cardinals the week before. He’s a low-end TE1.
RB Breakdown:
At this point, the better question to ask is, “what can’t Christian McCaffery do?”. Handling 37 touches last week was super human and he’s got an outside chance to get his goal of 2000 rushing and receiving yards this year - he already has accumulated 411 yards rushing and 218 receiving. Obviously an RB1.
Score Prediction: Panthers 20, Jaguars 17

Minnesota Vikings (-4.5) at New York Giants

Vikings ATS: 2-2-0 Giants ATS: 2-2-0
Projected Team Totals: Vikings 24 Giants 19.5
Vikings
Opp (NYG) Pass DVOA: #20
Opp (NYG) Run DVOA: #16
Injuries to Watch DEF (NYG): LB Alec Ogletree
Injuries to Watch OFF (MIN): G Josh Kline
Key WCB matchups: Stefon Diggs vs. Janoris Jenkins (Rotoworld)
Relevant Target Share %’s (season): Adam Thielen (22%), Stefon Diggs (19%), Dalvin Cook (18%)
RB Snap %/Touches/Targets Week 4: Dalvin Cook (79%, 20, 8) All other RBs (21%, 5)
QB/WTE Breakdown:
The drama unfolding in Minnesota involving Kirk Cousins, Stefon Diggs (upgrade) and Adam Thielen (upgrade) came to a head after their Week 4 loss to the Bears. Cousins finished the game 27/36 passing for a measly 233 yards and Diggs was visibly frustrated on the sideline. Both Thielin and Diggs mentioned their quarterback when speaking to the media this week, and Diggs even addressed the trade talk, saying “there’s truth to all rumors”. It seems unlikely the star wideout is dealt considering the Vikings barely have 3 receivers on the roster, plus Diggs’ newly inked deal worth 81 million is a massive obstruction for any potential deal. More likely than not, the “squeaky wheel” treatment is in play for the Vikings receivers this week against the Giants poor secondary - they are giving up 30.3 FPPG to WRs. Treat both as skeptical WR2s with upside, knowing that this passing game needs to get right or it appears the team is headed for a drama filled season. Neither tight end is in play for fantasy right now due to the Vikings 31st ranked, anemic passing attack. Kyle Rudolph and Irv Smith Jr. can be left on the wire for now.
RB Breakdown:
Promising rookie Alexander Mattison was largely game-scripted out last week, but remains the top handcuff in fantasy football. There isn’t much to be excited about for standalone flex value however. Dalvin Cook remains an RB1 stud, but owners may be disappointed by usage this week if the Vikings opt to air it out to appease their unhappy receivers.

Giants

Opp (MIN) Pass DVOA: #16
Opp (MIN) Run DVOA: #4
Injuries to Watch DEF (MIN): CB Mackensie Alexander S Anthony Harris
Injuries to Watch OFF (NYG): RB Saquon Barkley
Key WCB matchups: None
Relevant Target Share %’s (season): Evan Engram (23%), Sterling Shepard (22%), Saquon Barkley (14%) Wayne Gallman (7%)
RB Snap %/Touches/Targets Week 4: Wayne Gallman (53%, 24, 7) Jonathan Hilliman (31%, 10, 0)
QB/WTE Breakdown:
The Redskins seem to make any team going up against them look amazing, and the Giants were no exception last week. Unfortunately for Daniel Jones (downgrade) owners, the Redskins offense put up zero fight leading to a lackluster fantasy day. Even worse, a matchup against the Vikings vaunted defense is on-deck. It isn’t all bad however, as Golden Tate (upgrade PPR) returns from suspension. Jones can be treated as a low-end volume based QB2 in a bad matchup, and Sterling Shepard (downgrade) and Tate can be treated as WR3s. This will be the first real test for Jones and due to the uncertainty of the productivity of this offense against a good defense, most players should be faded if possible. Evan Engram (downgrade) remains a TE1 and most owners will have no choice but to start him. The Vikings are middle of the pack at defending TEs and Engram is clearly Jones’ #1 option, but expectations should be tempered slightly.
RB Breakdown:
Giants coach Pat Shurmur refuses to rule Saquon Barkley out, which would be a miraculous recovery if he were to play, considering the original 4-8 week timeline given. It seems ridiculous that the Giants would risk Barkley’s health in what was supposed to be a rebuilding year, but here we are. At the moment, Barkley should be treated as doubtful, with the expectation that Wayne Gallman (downgrade) will handle the bulk of the workload with Jonathan Hilliman mixing in. Gallman is no more than a low-end RB2 going against one of the league's best rushing defenses and will be extremely touchdown dependent to return value this week.
Score Prediction: Vikings 31, Giants 10

Atlanta Falcons at Houston Texans (-5)

Falcons ATS: 1-3-0 Texans ATS: 2-2-0
Projected Team Totals: Falcons 22 Texans 27

Falcons

Opp (HOU) Pass DVOA: #11
Opp (HOU) Run DVOA: #10
Injuries to Watch DEF (HOU): None
Injuries to Watch OFF (ATL): Kaleb McGary
Key WCB matchups: None
Relevant Target Share %’s (season): Julio Jones (21%), Austin Hooper (19%), Mohamed Sanu (18%) Calvin Ridley (13%) Devonta Freeman (12%).
RB Snap %/Touches/Targets Week 4: Devonta Freeman (62%, 20, 9), Ito Smith (38%, 4, 4)
QB/WTE Breakdown
The Falcons went flat in a bad loss to the Titans last week, but Matt Ryan managed to salvage a decent fantasy line. Ryan is one of many QBs who is better at home than on the road, and the Texans defense is fresh off holding Kyle Allen to 232 yards 0 TDs and 3 fumbles. Still, the fact that the Falcons DEF is crumbling due to injuries and poor play, Ryan’s volume and weapons keep him firmly in the middle of the QB1 pack. Julio Jones (upgrade) has one of the better matchups against the Texans mid level secondary, and looks primed for a bounce back week after being held down by the Colts last week. Calvin Ridley (upgrade standard) has disappointed the past two weeks, and is back to his inconsistent ways of last season. He makes one or two chunk plays every week, but the emergence of Hooper and the continued presence of Mohamed Sanu’s 18% target share have limited Ridley to boom-bust WR3/4 status. This has potential to be a boom game in what projects to be a high scoring affair, so we like Ridley as more of a mid to high WR3 this week, especially in non-PPR leagues. Just be aware the floor is lower than expected. Austin Hooper has been elite in all but one game this year, and has earned every week set and forget TE1 status at this point. Houston is third stingiest against tight ends, so this may not be a boom week for Hooper. But his 19% target share and status as Ryan’s main intermediate target keep his floor higher than all but a select few TEs.
RB Breakdown
The Falcons have struggled to establish the run through four weeks, and although some of that belongs on the O-Line and scheme, Devonta Freeman (downgrade standard) has failed to be a difference maker so far. His involvement in the passing game has kept him in flex territory, but not much more. In a week that the Falcons will likely need to throw a lot, Freeman should get at least a few catches, but would need to break a long play or hit his first TD of the year to really pay off. The Texans have been strong against the run but have given up the most receptions to opposing RBs so far. Freeman is a solid flex in PPR leagues, but has a risky floor in standard leagues and can be benched if you have quality alternative options. Ito Smith is only a low end handcuff at this point.

Texans

Opp (ATL) Pass DVOA: #21
Opp (ATL) Run DVOA: #7
Injuries to Watch DEF (ATL): None. S Keanu Neal (achilles) out for season
Injuries to Watch OFF (HOU): Kenny Stills (limited thursday)
Key WCB matchups: None, Desmond Trufant only occasionally shadows #1 WRs (Rotoworld).
Relevant Target Share %’s (season): DeAndre Hopkins (28%), Will Fuller (18%), Kenny Stills (11%), Keke Coutee (11%), Duke Johnson (9%)
RB Snap %/Touches/Targets Week 4: Carlos Hyde (48%, 16, 5), Duke Johnson (65%, 8, 3)
QB/WTE Breakdown
The Texans lost a defensive battle against Carolina last week, and the passing game never got off the tarmac. Deshaun Watson (upgrade) had only 160 passing yards last week, but surprisingly that wasn’t his lowest total of the season (159 in week 2), and his reverse home/road splits are an interesting trend to monitor. Back at home again this week, odds are this trend snaps in a big way against a Falcons defense that is starting to crumble and is without arguably their most important player yet again (Neal). Watson should be considered a high end QB1 this week. DeAndre Hopkins (upgrade) is also due for a big bounce back, and owners who managed to buy low (please don’t be the guy that sold Hopkins this week) should get immediate dividends this week. Desmond Trufant spent a few snaps shadowing AJ Brown last week, but got burned at least once and hasn’t been an elite CB this year (29th CB PFF). Will Fuller (upgrade) was close on at least one deep bomb that just missed, and for owners who’ve hit on a few scratch it’s of late should consider throwing him into lineups again this week. His floor is scary low, especially in PPR, but his ceiling is week-winning. If there were a week for his air yards (15th most in NFL) to pay off, this week’s matchup against the Falcons is it. Kenny Stills is questionable with a soft tissue injury, so he should be avoided at all costs even if he does suit up. Keke Coutee (stash) would stand to gain a bit if Stills misses, but he’s an end of bench stash not a starter. Darren Fells and Jordin Akins each had one week of relevance, but can be ignored in all leagues moving forward.
RB Breakdown
The Texans struggles last week led to mostly an abandonment of the run. Carlos Hyde once again dominated the carries, but Duke Johnson (downgrade) finally out-snapped him. Johnson ranks highly in many efficiency stats, but his lack of touches keep him in the “screw it, why not” RB3/4 territory. Stills’ injury might open up some snaps out wide for Johnson, so he remains a decent stash in case he starts getting more work. Hyde could be a decent play this week in potential positive gamescript and punching in a short rushing TD is definitely possible, but he’s relegated to low end flex territory especially in PPR leagues. We project about 8-12 points for Hyde, and about 6-10 points for Duke. Neither has a high ceiling as long as they’re both getting about the same amount of snaps.
Score Prediction: Texans 31, Falcons 24

Tampa Bay Buccaneers at New Orleans Saints (-3)

Buccaneers ATS: 2-2-0 Saints ATS: 2-2-0
Projected Team Totals: Buccaneers 22 Saints 25

Buccaneers

Opp (NO) Pass DVOA: #26
Opp (NO) Run DVOA: #15
Injuries to Watch DEF (NO): DE Trey Hendrickson (DNP, Q), Cam Jordan (Limited, likely to play).
Injuries to Watch OFF (TB): WR Chris Godwin (Limited, likely to play)
Key WCB matchups: Marshon Lattimore vs. Mike Evans projected shadow (Rotoworld)
Relevant Target Share %’s (season): Mike Evans (25%), Chris Godwin (24%), OJ Howard (9%), Ronald Jones (2%).
RB Snap %/Touches/Targets Week 4: Ronald Jones (49%, 20, 1) Peyton Barber (26%, 9, 1).
QB/WTE Breakdown:
It appears we may finally have seen a breakthrough from Jameis Winston (upgrade). For the first time in his career he was able to post 350+ passing yards, 3+ TDs and 110+ passer rating in back to back weeks (NFL.com). Winston has historically struggled a bit against New Orleans in his career, but the Saints this year have given up the 2nd most FPPG to opposing QBs, so this isn’t an intimidating spot. Last week, New Orleans held Dak Prescott and the Cowboys offense in check, but Winston has two legitimate #1 WRs in his arsenal and the Bucs are set up to throw a lot with the configuration of this team. Consider Winston a top 12 option this week, but keep in mind he is always a threat for a turnover filled disappointment. Mike Evans and Chris Godwin are both back end WR1s at this point, and either is capable of going off for a week winning performance. Marshon Lattimore kept Amari Cooper on an island last week, but Evans is a different type of receiver that can win in a multitude of ways. Godwin will continue to eat in the slot in the “Larry Fitzgerald” role for Bruce Arians. OJ Howard (downgrade) continues to disappoint, receiving only 9% target share so far this year. He has made some chunk plays, but failed to get over 40 yards in a game that Winston threw for almost 400. Howard is capable of breaking a big play at any time, but until we see more involvement, he’ll be on the TE1/2 borderline that can be benched/dropped depending on league size and depth. Just don’t be surprised if he has one or two big games later this year that keep you holding on to his upside.
RB Breakdown:
The Buccaneers appear to be trusting Ronald Jones (downgrade) more and more of late, and he had his best game as a pro in Week 4. The snap count and touch discrepancy give Jones the edge as a flex option over Peyton Barber (drop) but we can’t yet completely trust Jones’ workload. For this week, expect both to be involved but Jones to lead the way. The Saints give up the 4th fewest FPPG to opposing RBs and just held Zeke Elliot 2ypc on 18 carries last week. Jones would need to make a big play in the pass game or score a rush TD to be worth a start outside deeper leagues. This might be a wait and see scenario for one more week, unless you are thin due to the byes.

Saints

Opp (TB) Pass DVOA: #15
Opp (TB) Run DVOA: #1
Injuries to Watch DEF (TB): None
Injuries to Watch OFF (NO): QB Drew Brees (out)
Key WCB matchups: None
Relevant Target Share %’s (season): Michael Thomas (31%), Alvin Kamara (18%), Ted Ginn (17%), Jared Cook (13%)
RB Snap %/Touches/Targets Week 4: Alvin Kamara (75%, 20, 3), Latavius Murray (25%, 5, 1)
QB/WTE Breakdown:
The Saints continue to win in the absence of Drew Brees who is expected to return at some point later in the season. Teddy Bridgewater’s reluctance to throw the ball vertically has hurt the outlook of the entire offense - so far just 2.3% of Bridgewater’s passes have travelled further than 20 yards in the air (Rotoworld). Michael Thomas (upgrade PPR) is becoming more of a high-end WR2 than a sure-fire WR1 in the new look offense, and Ted Ginn and the other wideouts shouldn’t be owned or considered. Jared Cook is an afterthought and shouldn’t be near any lineups either. With Bridgewater under center he has produced lines of 1-7-0 and 3-21-0. Yuck. Stay away.
RB Breakdown:
Alvin Kamara is slowly becoming another casualty of the Brees injury, producing one solid fantasy day against Seattle and then bottoming out against Dallas last week with 89 scoreless yards. Tampa Bay surprisingly boasts the top-ranked run defense through four weeks, but Kamara’s involvement in the short passing game should mitigate any loss of rushing production. Fire him up as an RB1 per usual. Latavius Murray (stash) is a drop candidate at this point, and should struggle to find any rushing room in his limited touches with Teddy checkdown in control. However, when Brees returns, Murray could become usable again for late season and fantasy playoffs. If you need to cut bait, no issues with it, but Murray does have some sneaky stash appeal.

Buffalo Bills at Tennessee Titans (-3)

Bills ATS: 3-1-0 Titans ATS: 2-2-0
Projected Team Totals: Bills 17.75 Titans 20.75

Bills

Opp (TEN) Pass DVOA: #12
Opp (TEN) Run DVOA: #13
Injuries to Watch DEF (TEN): OLB Cameron Wake
Injuries to Watch OFF (BUF): QB Josh Allen, RB Devin Singletary, FB Pat DiMarco
Key WCB matchups: None
Relevant Target Share %’s (season): Cole Beasley (24%), John Brown (23%), Zay Jones (12%), Dawson Knox (9%)
RB Snap %/Touches/Targets Week 4: TJ Yeldon (54%, 4, 0), Frank Gore (46%, 17, 1)
QB/WTE Breakdown:
The Buffalo Bills may have the best defense in 2019, limiting the GOAT Tom Brady last week to just 17 points and an atrocious fantasy line. Josh Allen (downgrade) took a vicious hit against the Patriots putting him into the concussion protocol and if he is unable to go, Matt Barkley is a downgrade for the entire offense. Allen as of writing this, is apparently far enough along in his recovery to possibly play Sunday, so keep an eye on the situation. The matchup however, is not a good one. This game has easily the lowest projected point total of the week and should be avoided if possible from a fantasy perspective. John Brown (downgrade) continues to churn out low-end fantasy value, as does Cole Beasley (upgrade PPR), but both are preferred fades due to the injury to Allen and the matchup. Rookie tight end Dawson Knox continues to see increased snap rates every week (38,41,44,54) and is a player to keep an eye on if he hasn’t already been scooped up in your league. The Titans have given up 10.5 FPPG to tight ends through four weeks and Knox is a player to consider this week if you are weak at tight end.
RB Breakdown:
With rookie Devin Singletary sitting last week due to a hamstring injury, the ageless Frank Gore (downgrade) was given the rushing workload while TJ Yeldon handled the passing work. Reports are emerging that Singletary may be held out again as a precaution and his status is one to monitor. Neither Gore or Yeldon are recommended fantasy options in the defensive slugfest, and if Singletary is active he may be on a snap count which limits his fantasy appeal. FB Pat DiMarco is also in the concussion protocol and is looking doubtful to play Sunday. This would hurt the running game as DiMarco is an excellent lead blocker. Fade the Bills backfield.

Titans

Opp (BUF) Pass DVOA: #3
Opp (BUF) Run DVOA: #25
Injuries to Watch DEF (BUF): S Dean Marlowe, CB Taron Johnson
Injuries to Watch OFF (TEN): TE Delanie Walker
Key WCB matchups: None
Relevant Target Share %’s (season): Delanie Walker (19%), Corey Davis (15%), A.J. Brown (14%), Adam Humpries (13%)
RB Snap %/Touches/Targets Week 4: Derek Henry (72%, 28, 1), Dion Lewis (28%, 8, 4)
QB/WTE Breakdown:
Tennessee continues to impress sporadically, with the good Titans showing up in a win against Atlanta last week. Marcus Mariota is the only quarterback in the NFL to start all four games so far and not turn the ball over (titansized.com). That style of play works perfectly for a team that is predicated on smash mouth running and defense, but his lack of passing volume still doesn’t lend itself to any fantasy football usefulness. The Titans receivers continue to be a fantasy minefield, you are as likely to get 15 fantasy points as you are to get 0. Week 4 was A.J. Brown’s turn to be the flavor of the week, but he’s no more than a WR4 against the leagues best secondary. Corey Davis went off last week as well, while Adam Humphries took a backseat. Until we see consistent production from one wideout, the Titans receivers are no more than a stash. The passing game only has enough volume to support one pass catcher, and that generally has been tight end Delanie Walker. Walker however, may be injured as he puzzlingly only played 20 snaps last week. The other tight ends on the roster aren’t options unless Walker were to miss time.
RB Breakdown:
Derek Henry (upgrade) continues to see the volume that owners would die for and is slowly inching his way into the upper echelon of running back options for fantasy. He’s in an interesting spot to produce this week as well, as the defensive minded game-script should allow for plenty of opportunities to establish the run. The Bills weakness on defense has been the run so far, however, they still only give up 18.3 FPPG to running backs. Fire up Henry with confidence as an RB1 - the matchup isn’t as imposing as it looks. Dion Lewis shouldn’t be rostered in most leagues.
Score Prediction: Titans 13, Bills 6

Arizona Cardinals at Cincinnati Bengals (-3)

Cardinals ATS: 2-2-0 Bengals ATS: 2-2-0
Projected Team Totals: Cardinals 22.25 Bengals 25.25

Cardinals

Opp (CIN) Pass DVOA: #31
Opp (CIN) Run DVOA: #22
Injuries to Watch DEF (CIN): DE Carlos Dunlap, DE Kerry Wynn
Injuries to Watch OFF (ARI): Christian Kirk (DNP, likely out Week 5), Damiere Byrd (DNP), OL Justin Pugh (DNP)
**Key WCB matchups: None
Relevant Target Share %’s (season): Christian Kirk (22%), Larry Fitzgerald (21%), David Johnson (17%), Damiere Byrd (13%), KeeSean Johnson (11%).
RB Snap %/Touches/Targets Week 4: David Johnson (86%, 19, 11) Chase Edmonds (21%, 6, 0)
QB/WTE Breakdown
Things have not gone as planned the past two weeks for Kyler Murrary (upgrade) but this week looks like a breakout opportunity. The Bengals 2nd worst Pass DVOA highlights a team that is thin in the secondary and unable to generate a pass rush that forces the QB to make bad throws. In Murray’s past two games, he has struggled when facing pressure, and the Cardinals O-Line has been unable to give him any time. That is unlikely to be the case on Sunday. Murray can be fired up this week as a top 10 QB play, and his rushing upside (1st rush TD last week) gives an excellent boost to ensure a quality floor. Christian Kirk (OUT, ankle) looks to be out this week, so Larry Fitzgerald (upgrade) should see another monster target share, and can be seen as a high floor WR2 especially in PPR leagues. Andy Isabella may get his first crack this week with Kirk out, so he’s a name to monitor for DFS, or in dynasty leagues. The Bengals have actually given up the 4th fewest FPPG to opposing WRs, but the 31st ranked pass DVOA tells a clearer story. Not a single Bengals defensive back ranks in the top 60 at their position (PFF). The reality is the Bengals have faced a number of teams with run heavy offenses, and have been unable to stop teams on defense regardless of playcalling. The Cardinals are extremely pass heavy, and the sheer volume combined with the poor Bengals defense should lead to a good day for Murray and Fitzgerald, and Isabella makes for a risky but intriguing DFS punt play. Don’t be tempted to use any other ARI WR, as the Bengals outside CBs have been able to limit outside receivers decently this year and Fitzgerald will be a target hog.
RB Breakdown
Despite the poor outcome to last week’s matchup, David Johnson (upgrade) showed off his receiving chops by leading all players in receiving yards (99yds). This activity in the passing game further upgrades his floor and makes him a rock solid RB1 moving forward. The matchup against the Bengals 22nd DVOA rush D and most FPPG allowed to opposing RBs should have owners drooling this week. Chase Edmonds is a solid handcuff for Johnson owners, but offers no standalone value.

Bengals

Opp (ARI) Pass DVOA: #22
Opp (ARI) Run DVOA: #24
Injuries to Watch DEF (ARI): Terrel Suggs (DNP Thurs), DL Zach Allen (DNP)
Injuries to Watch OFF (CIN): OL Cordy Glenn (out Week 5), AJ Green (rehab field, Doubtful) John Ross to IR (min 8 games missed)
Key WCB matchups: None, Patrick Peterson still out due to suspension (Rotoworld)
Relevant Target Share %’s (season): Tyler Boyd (23%), John Ross (19%), Auden Tate (16%), Tyler Eifert (10%), Joe Mixon (9%)
RB Snap %/Touches Week 4: Joe Mixon (57%, 19, 5) Gio Bernard (43%, 5, 6)
QB/WTE Breakdown
The Bengals were embarrassed on MNF football last week by a PIT team with a backup QB and a bottom third defense. About the only thing worse than Cincy’s play was Booger’s commentary. Andy Dalton (upgrade) did little to inspire confidence by finishing in the bottom third in passer rating despite the on paper matchup upgrade. This week projects to be a high scoring affair of two teams with pass heavy schemes and terrible pass defenses, so Dalton is in play a solid QB2 or streamer for desperate owners, but it’s impossible to say with any confidence that Dalton is a top 12 play even in a dream matchup. John Ross (drop) heads to IR, so Auden Tate (upgrade) takes over as the #2 option to Tyler Boyd (upgrade PPR). Tate has been the leading receiver for the Bengals the past two weeks, and may be able to get his weekly target share above 20% with Ross now out. AJ Green was seen on the rehab field this week, but is at least 1-2 more weeks away from playing. Tate is a borderline WR2/3 this week due to the matchup, and Boyd re-enters WR2 territory despite two subpar weeks in a row. Tyler Eifert (upgrade) is the streamer of the week against the Cardinals non-existent defending of TEs (most FPPG allowed). Eifert doesn’t see enough targets to be confidently ranked in the top 6-8 of his position, but is a back end TE1 this week on matchup alone, and the Ross injury may give him a slight bump in targets.
RB Breakdown
It’s no secret that the Bengals O-Line may be the worst in the NFL this year (do the Dolphins count as an NFL team?), and this has turned Joe Mixon (upgrade) into more of an RB2 than RB1 this year despite his immense talent. The Cardinals run defense has been vulnerable through four games, and the potential for a high scoring affair with neutral or positive game script for the first time this season give Mixon a chance at a breakout week. Don’t be surprised if he puts up 100+ total yards and scores his first TD of the year, and consider selling high if he does. Giovanni Bernard is only a handcuff at this point, although a valuable one for Mixon owners considering his injury potential and the fact the Bengals would not rush him back to a lost season if he did go down.
Score Prediction: Bengals 28, Cardinals 24
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2019.09.15 21:05 insertusernamehere51 My least favorite line of each battle: Season 1

Hello, everyone. I was bored, so I decided to revisit a bunch of battles and I thought of something, many people list their favorite lines from each battle, but rarely the opposite, so that’s what I’ll do: go through each battle and pick my least favorite line.
Now, the actual badness of these lines will vary. There are some battles in which each line is so great, the worst line is only worst by default. There are battles in which the worst line isn’t really bad, but just a throwaway filler line, uninspired at worst. And there are battles in which the worst battles actually make me cringe.
This is all subjective of course. Maybe you like some of these lines, maybe you dislike it, but you feel there are worse ones. Maybe one of these lines is actually brilliant, and I just didn’t get it, so if that’s the case, by all means, condescendingly put me in my place. I’ll try my best to explain why I don’t like certain lines though. All that said, here are the worst lines of each battle, in season 1:
John Lennon vs Bill O’Reilly
Line: “Your face looks like the shit I took, high on LSD” (John Lennon)
Not a terrible line, but not a great one either, which can really describe every line in this battle. The first ERB operates on a steady C+ throughout. The line I picked isn’t even all that bad compared to the others, it just felt ever so slightly more uninspired.
Darth Vader vs Adolf Hitler
Line: “Everything that you did, I’m the motherfucker who invented it, I’m the original Dark Lord” (Darth Vader)
This line isn’t awful, but it always stuck out to me, especially compared with the other great lines in the battle, because it’s just obviously not true. It’s one thing to distort the truth a bit to insult your opponent, it’s another to just state obvious falsehoods. It’s like Skrillex saying no one knows who Mozart is. It’d be like Austin Powers saying James Bond was a parody of him. I know Star Wars takes place a long, long time ago, but in the real world, Star Wars came well after Hitler. Worse still, the Empire in Star Wars was specifically modelled after the Nazis. So it’s pretty pathetic for Vader to claim he invented everything Hitler did, when everyone knows it’s actually the other way around. Even in terms of Dark Lords, Vader wasn’t the first either, by a long shot.
Abe Lincoln vs Chuck Norris
Line “I’ll rip your chest hairs out, put’em in my mouth” (Abraham Lincoln)
…What?
Sarah Palin vs Lady Gaga
Line “I sound more intelligent than you when I fart!” (Lady Gaga)
Way to showcase your intelligence Gaga. This battle sucks. With some battles it’s hard to decide the worst line, because they’re all so good, with this one, it was hard to decide because any number of them could be the worst.
The worst problem with most of Season 1, is that it relies a loot on jokes and references that were funny in 2011 and not a month afterwards. Even casting Gaga as a man in this battle is a dated, overused joke (one that I never got, anyway, even at the time, at her most ridiculous, she never looked like a man. Just sounds like the type of joke people would make about someone they don’t like, whether or not it’s funny or true or makes sense. Is that just me?).
Honorable mention goes to Palin’s “Your voice sounds like a rooster having a sex with a frog.”
Not just because it sounds like it was written by a fourth-grader, not just because it’s dated, especially in light of Gaga’s recent, acclaimed turn in A Star is Born, but because there’s definitely someone in this battle with an annoying voice, and it’s not Gaga.
Fun fact: this is the second battle in a row that makes a joke at John McCain’s expense. Two more and he gets to come in Michael Bay style.
Hulk Hogan vs Kim Jong Il
Line: “Bitch, I’ll suplex you by your friggin’ dick hair” (Kim Jong Il)
This one is just kind of an amateurish, not very clever filler line, one that could be said by any rapper against any (male) rapper.
Justin Bieber vs Beethoven
Line: “Because my voice is incredible, and your music is terrible, who even listens to classical, anyway?” (Justin Bieber)
I hate these matchups. Not the ones in which it’s a classic artist against a more modern artist, that’s fine, but the ones that are so obviously just a way to put a respected artist against a “cool-to-hate” artist. These suck for two reasons.
One: They are dated. They’re always just an “of-the-moment” pick. Say what you will about ERB’s that have pop culture characters and not historical ones, but at least with something like, Wolverine vs Freddy Krueger, those characters have been around for decades, they have a legacy, they’ve left permanent marks in comic book and film history. That matchup could happen anytime, evidenced by the fact that it happened this year, despite neither character being in their prime. Bieber vs Beethoven, on the other hand, is very much a 2011 pick. It wouldn’t happen today. Bieber is still around, of course, and he is still popular, but he’s not the internet’s punching bag anymore, which is the entire reason he was here. If they were making a Beethoven battle today, he’d be going against someone else.
And second: it’s just a blatantly one-sided matchup. It didn’t have to be, but it only exists to be so. People complain about Jefferson vs Douglass, or Banner vs Jenner, but to me, this is the real one-sided ERB. No, Beethoven doesn’t have an overly long verse, and Bieber doesn’t spend a verse apologizing, but Jefferson and Banner were portrayed with respect; not Bieber. Everything about Bieber’s portrayal in this battle is meant to be a mockery of him, not a caricature, from his face, to his voice, to even some of his lines. It’s not meant to be a “holy shit, Bieber is battling Beethoven”, it’s meant to be “ha-ha, look at Bieber battling Beethoven”. It’s telling that, in the wiki polls, this is the widest gap between winner and loser, not really because Bieber’s lines are all that bad, but because everyone, from ERB to the fans, made this battle so Bieber could lose. He’s purposefully made to sound pathetic and annoying.
All that brings us to the chosen line. The line itself isn’t bad at all. It’s ok, actually. But the way he sings it makes my ears bleed. It’s annoying, but it’s on purpose. They didn’t try to make it sound good, or even make it sound like Bieber. The fact that the line contains “My voice is incredible” adds an extra layer of irony. It’s like a deliberate version of the “obvious lie” I talked about with Vader. But instead of it being an objective untruth (Star Wars coming before the Nazis), it’s a subjective truth (Bieber bad, Beethoven good), that they forced to sound objective. That’s pathetic in its own right.
Anyway, rant over. Honorable mention goes to Bieber’s “I’m the next Michael Jackson” a line that is now hilariously dated in so many different ways.
Albert Einstein vs Stephen Hawking
Line: “All your fans will be like, um, that was Hawk-ward” (Albert Einstein)
This battle is great. One of the few S1 battles that wouldn’t feel out of place in later seasons. The line I picked isn’t all that bad, it’s just a not-that-great pun. Luckily, Einstein’s next line more than makes up for it.
Genghis Khan vs Easter Bunny
Line “The Great Wall couldn’t keep you out of China. Watch me rub my foot for luck and stick it right up your vagina!” (Easter Bunny)
Everyone’s favourite battle. Again, the biggest problem with it isn’t that the lines are awful, is just that they, for some reason, decided to make the Easter Bunny a really dumb gay stereotype. It’s annoying and unfunny in itself, but his lines don’t help his case either.
First, “The Great Wall couldn’t keep you out of China” is a compliment to Khan, more than anything. Second “right up your vagina”. I’ve always found jokes like this, insulting a person by calling them the opposite sex, to be pretty childish and dumb, but this one is especially bad. In a way, it’s a bit like the Vader line, in that it’s just a lie, but while n the one hand, it’s not as bad, as it’s just a throwaway insult, that’s not meant to be taken as truth, it falls especially flat against Genghis Khan. If you’re going to “insult” someone by calling them a woman, don’t do it to the guy who fathered so many children there’s a good chance you’re related to him.
Napoleon vs Napoleon
Line “I'm going to shove your moon boots straight up your poop shoot!” (Napoleon Bonaparte)
I actually like every line in this battle. I just like this one somewhat less than all the others, it’s simply not as clever.
Billy Mays vs Ben Franklin
Line: “You’re just a lumpy pumpkin who invented the mail” (Billy Mays)
That’s a weird kind of half-compliment. “Lumpy pumpkin” is obviously an insult, but “inventing the mail” very much isn’t. It’s not even a case of Mays acknowledging a quality of his opponent, like Bill Nye doing to Newton for example, it sounds like Mays is insulting Ben for doing something that’s genuinely remarkable. It’s just kind of weak to insult someone by calling them “just a person who did this actually pretty impressive thing”
Gandalf vs Dumbledore
“Your spells are a joke, not funny ones either. Mines of Moria? HA! More like Mind of Mencia!” (Dumbledore)
Boy, have ERB evolved in their use of references. I like this battle, but a lot of the references aren’t really woven into any kind of clever context or funny joke, they’re just there. This one is the weirdest of them all.
“Your spells are joke, not funny ones either”, ok, so you’re gonna make fun of his spells, show him, Dumbly!
“Mines of Moria”. Well, that’s not one of his spells, that’s a location in the Lord of the Rings. One that doesn’t even have that strong a connection to Gandalf.
“More like Mind of Mencia!” What? Mind of Mencia is like this minor comedy show, I guess. What does that have to do with the Mines of Moria? How do they relate beyond the ‘m’ sound? And how does insulting the Mines of Moria insult Gandalf? He’s basically saying:
“Your spells suck. You know that one place? It’s like a comedy tv show”
I suppose he could be referencing the fact that Gandalf “died” in the mines, or maybe talking about the magic he used to fight the Balrog, and calling that a joke, but it really doesn’t come across.
Dr. Seuss vs Shakespeare
Line: “You crook, you. I bet you wrote the Twilight books, too!” (William Shakespeare)
Another 2011-ass line. Remember when Twilight was the worst thing ever? Innocent times. Maybe it’s just me, but in retrospect, a lot of the “worst things ever” of the time (Twilight, Justin Bieber, etc), weren’t really all that bad, they were normal bad, they were just cool to hate. And again, cool to hate is the entire reason why Twilight is referenced here. It doesn’t have anything to do with Dr. Seuss, it doesn’t read like him at all. It’s just the popular bad book at the moment, so that’s what Shakespeare is using. If it were done today, they’d had used Fifty Shades (which they did in Tolkien vs Martin, but I feel it worked better there)
Unrelated but if you want to learn about a truly, legendarily awful writer to make jokes about, look up Amanda McKittrick Ros. Her work was so bad, Tolkien, CS Lewis and their friends would hold competitions on who could read it the longest without laughing.
Mr T vs Mr Rogers
Line: “Sucka! I'll choke you with your own sweater sleeves!” (Mr T)
An OK line, just doesn’t stand out in any way.
Christopher Columbus vs Captain Kirk
Line: “Mr. Spock, beam me back to 1492 so I can beat this man like it's my job.” (Captain Kirk)
I actually like this line, it’s just not up to snuff with all the others. Great battle overall, I understand not everyone is a fan of Lloyd’s Kirk impression, but I find it really funny.
Nice Peter vs EpicLLOYD
Line: “You were nothing before you rode up on KassemG's jock!” (EpicLLOYD)
And finally, another battle where I didn’t really dislike any lines. I picked this one mostly because I didn’t know who KassemG was.
That’s it for Season 1, see you next time for season 2!
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2019.08.26 15:15 themightywab Free NFL Keeper - 5 spaces in 12 team league - entering 5th year

Hi,
Looking for 5 committed managers to join NFL keeper league (12 teams). 10 keepers per team out of squad of 21. Re-Draft date & time: 31st Aug 2019 @ 10pm BST (5PM EST).
Entering 5th year in a competitive league - 5 spaces available (big rejig and removal of managers who weren't committed). Most managers are Europe based (including commish), but a couple are from the US, so it doesn't really matter, although EU managers are preferred.
IDPs, and custom scoring - see https://fantasy.nfl.com/league/3579602/settings for full details.
Teams available (and their available keepers to choose 10 from)
Team 2 Draft position = 1 Jonathan Stewart (RB - ) Pierre Garcon (WR - ) Michael Crabtree (WR - ) Malcolm Jenkins (DB - PHI) Minnesota Vikings (DEF - MIN) Arizona Cardinals (DEF - ARI) Jimmy Graham (TE - GB) Dan Bailey (K - MIN) Cam Newton (QB - CAR Aaron Rodgers (QB - GB) Mychal Kendricks (LB - SEA) Greg Zuerlein (K - LA) Ezekiel Ansah (DL - SEA) Theo Riddick (RB - DEN) Kenny Stills (WR - MIA) James White (RB - NE) John Brown (WR - BUF) Isaiah Crowell (RB - OAK) Rob Kelley (RB - ) David Njoku (TE - CLE) Saquon Barkley (RB - NYG) Team 9 Draft position = 2 Dallas Cowboys (DEF - DAL) New England Patriots (DEF - NE) Ndamukong Suh (DL - TB) Sean Lee (LB - DAL) Charles Clay (TE - ARI) Marshawn Lynch (RB - ) Sebastian Janikowski (K - ) Darren Sproles (RB - PHI) Tramon Williams (DB - GB) Kirk Cousins (QB - MIN) Mohamed Sanu (WR - ATL) Adam Thielen (WR - MIN) Austin Seferian-Jenkins (TE - ) Albert Wilson (WR - MIA) Allen Hurns (WR - MIA) Ty Montgomery (RB - NYJ) T.J. Yeldon (RB - BUF) Marcus Peters (DB - LA) Dak Prescott (QB - DAL) Wil Lutz (K - NO) Michael Gallup (WR - DAL) Team 3 Draft position = 3 Los Angeles Chargers (DEF - LAC) Mark Ingram (RB - BAL) J.J. Watt (DL - HOU) Greg Olsen (TE - CAR) Delanie Walker (TE - TEN) Frank Gore (RB - BUF) Marvin Jones (WR - DET) Luke Kuechly (LB - CAR) Justin Tucker (K - BAL) Sammy Watkins (WR - KC) Khalil Mack (LB - CHI) Jimmy Garoppolo (QB - SF) Josh Lambo (K - JAX) Adam Humphries (WR - TEN) Will Fuller (WR - HOU) Tyreek Hill (WR - KC) Mike Williams (WR - LAC) Matt Breida (RB - SF) Hayden Hurst (TE - BAL) Lamar Jackson (QB - BAL) Jessie Bates (DB - CIN)
Team 4 Draft position = 5 Jared Cook (TE - NO) Houston Texans (DEF - HOU) Mike Evans (WR - TB) Zach Zenner (RB - DET) Josh Doctson (WR - WAS) Ka'imi Fairbairn (K - HOU) O.J. Howard (TE - TB) Myles Garrett (DL - CLE) Deshaun Watson (QB - HOU) Aaron Jones (RB - GB) Marlon Mack (RB - IND) Tarik Cohen (RB - CHI) Austin Ekeler (RB - LAC) Robert Foster (WR - BUF) Chris Herndon (TE - NYJ) Christian Kirk (WR - ARI) Darius Leonard (LB - IND) D.J. Moore (WR - CAR) Justin Reid (DB - HOU) Josh Allen (QB - BUF) Antonio Callaway (WR - CLE) Team 10 Draft position = 6 Jacksonville Jaguars (DEF - JAX) Demaryius Thomas (WR - NE) Robbie Gould (K - SF) Harrison Smith (DB - MIN) Chris Thompson (RB - WAS) Jordan Reed (TE - WAS) DeAndre Hopkins (WR - HOU) Brett Maher (K - DAL) Jadeveon Clowney (LB - HOU) Brandin Cooks (WR - LA) Telvin Smith (LB - ) Tevin Coleman (RB - SF) Duke Johnson (RB - HOU) Amari Cooper (WR - DAL) Jared Goff (QB - LA) Austin Hooper (TE - ATL) Dede Westbrook (WR - JAX) Nyheim Hines (RB - IND) Baker Mayfield (QB - CLE) Roquan Smith (LB - CHI) Tre'Quan Smith (WR - NO)
Please message me/post below if you're interested - specify which team you'd like to pick up - they'll go on a first response basis.

EDIT: No teams remaining! Thanks!
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2019.08.08 19:04 MsBluffy What's Going on in Columbia? August 8-14

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ON STAGE

Joe Lewis Band at The Roof – August 8 from 6 – 9 p.m. at The Roof at The Broadway Hotel. Enjoy live music that will make you want to dance and a beautiful view from The Roof! No cover and an evening of fun await you!
Sideline Jokes – August 9 at 7 p.m. at Sidelines Sports Bar. Sidelines Sports Bar presents ‘Sideline Jokes’with Caleb Wright and Kovoski George as hosts. This is a stand up comedy show featuring 7 comedians, including hosts, from Columbia, St. Louis, MO, and Chicago, IL. Featured comedians are Ricky Royal, Johnny Lane, Purvis Hunt III, Joie Krack, and Richy James. The entrance fee is $5, and must be 21 years of age or older to attend this show. Food and alcoholic beverages are served at this venue. Come out and enjoy yourself. The address is 701 Big Bear Blvd Columbia, MO 65202.

SPECIAL EVENTS

Movies in the Park: Ralph Breaks the Internet – August 9 from 8:30 – 10:30 p.m. in Cosmo Park, 1615 Business Loop 70 W. Video game bad guy Ralph and fellow misfit Vanellope must risk it all by traveling to the World Wide Web in search of a replacement part to save Vanellope’s video game. In way over their heads, Ralph and Vanellope rely on the citizens of the internet to help navigate their way through viral videos, online auctions, spam, search engines, clickbait and more. Bring a blanket or lawn chair and enjoy a movie on the large, inflatable screen under the stars. No rain dates. Concessions and food trucks available: Kona Ice and Eats & Treats.
Columbia Farmers Market August 10 from 8 a.m. – 12 p.m. at the MU Health Care Pavilion. Fresh vegetables and fruit, meat, farm-fresh eggs, cheeses, honey, cut flowers, plants, artisan items & more. As a producer-only market, everything sold here is offered by farmers and artisans who help sustain our region. SNAP (food stamps) are accepted at all markets. Live music, gardening workshops and children’s activities are featured at every market! Join us in rain or shine!
Columbia Coin Expo – August 10 from 9 a.m. – 4 p.m. at Knights of Columbus Hall, 2525 N Stadium Blvd. A coin collecting event for the novice through professional with various items to purchase. Coins, Currency, Tokens, Medals, Foreign, Ancient, Bullion, Gold, Silver and Platinum will be available. If you are looking to sell or need assistance with collecting then stop by. Dealers from Missouri and surrounding states will be there.
Center for Missouri Studies Grand Opening – August 10 from 10 a.m. – 2 p.m., 605 Elm Street. August 10, 1821, marked the first official day of statehood, and 198 years later, a new chapter in the preservation and exploration of Missouri’s eventful past will begin with the August 10, 2019, opening of the State Historical Society of Missouri’s new Columbia headquarters, the Center for Missouri Studies. Save the date, and make plans to join the celebration!
Perseids Meteor Shower – August 13 from 4 – 5 a.m. at Rock Bridge Memorial State Park. Come watch the Perseids Meteor Shower at Rock Bridge Memorial State Park. Bring lawn chairs or a blanket to sit on. Staff will be available to answer any questions and can be met on the lawn next to the playground at the picnic area. Parking is available nearby. For more information, call 573.449.7400.

GALLERIES

August Exhibit – July 30 – August 31 at Sager Braudis Gallery. Featured works byJennifer Belair Sakarian, Josh George, Lita Kenyon, Elise Kirk and Kensuke Yamada.
Faces Found: Boone County Portraits 1886 - 1940 – March 20 – November 10 at the Boone County History & Culture Center. Two years ago, volunteers in the Henry J. “Hank” Waters III Digital Imaging Lab began the work of digitizing our 500,000 piece vintage photography collection. This exhibit, running through early November, 2019, features more than 50 newly-digitized glass plate negatives that are the work of four early Columbia photographers. Some of the 50 enlarged prints are 5 feet in height. The exhibit also includes historic photography equipment and vintage textiles from our collections.

SPORTS

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MUSIC

THURSDAY 8/8 Radkey at Rose Music Hall at 7 p.m.
FRIDAY 8/9 Friday Happy Hour at Rose Park @ 5 p.m.
William Michael Morgan at The Blue Note @ 7 p.m.
Funky Butt Brass Band at Rose Music Hall @ 8:30 p.m.

SATURDAY 8/10
The Kay Brothers’ Summer Fish Fry at Rose Park @ 5 p.m.
Party With a Purpose Adult Prom at The Blue Note at 7:30 p.m.
TUESDAY 8/13
Movies in the Park: Love, Simon at Rose Park @7 p.m.
WEDNESDAY 8/14 Polo Hendrix at Rose Music Hall @ 8 p.m.

MOVIE GUIDE

BRIAN BANKS - The inspirational true story of Brian Banks (Aldis Hodge), an All-American high school football star committed to USC who finds his life upended when he is wrongly convicted of a crime he didn’t commit. Despite lack of evidence, Banks is railroaded through a broken justice system and sentenced to a decade of prison and probation. Years later, with the support of Justin Brooks (Greg Kinnear) and the California Innocence Project, Banks fights to reclaim his life and fulfill his dreams of playing in the NFL.
DORA AND THE LOST CITY OF GOLD – Having spent most of her life exploring the jungle, nothing could prepare Dora for her most dangerous adventure yet -- high school. Accompanied by a ragtag group of teens and Boots the monkey, Dora embarks on a quest to save her parents while trying to solve the seemingly impossible mystery behind a lost Incan civilization.
FAST & FURIOUS PRESENTS: HOBBS & SHAW - Ever since hulking lawman Hobbs and Shaw first faced off, the duo have swapped smack talk and body blows as they've tried to take each other down. But when cyber-genetically enhanced anarchist Brixton gains control of an insidious biothreat that could alter humanity forever - and bests a brilliant and fearless rogue MI6 agent, who just happens to be Shaw's sister - these two enemies must partner up to bring down the only guy who might be badder than themselves.
ONCE UPON A TIME IN HOLLYWOOD - Actor Rick Dalton gained fame and fortune by starring in a 1950s television Western, but is now struggling to find meaningful work in a Hollywood that he doesn't recognize anymore. He spends most of his time drinking and palling around with Cliff Booth, his easygoing best friend and longtime stunt double. Rick also happens to live next door to Roman Polanski and Sharon Tate -- the filmmaker and budding actress whose futures will forever be altered by members of the Manson Family.
SPIDER-MAN: FAR FROM HOME – Following the events of Avengers: Endgame, SpiderMan must step up to take on new threats in a world that has changed forever.
STUBER – A quick-tempered cop who's recovering from eye surgery recruits a mild-mannered Uber driver to help him catch the heroin dealer who murdered his partner. The mismatched pair soon find themselves in for a wild day of stakeouts and shootouts as they pursue violent criminals through the seedy streets of Los Angeles.
THE ART OF RACING IN THE RAIN – Based on the best-selling novel by Garth Stein, THE ART OF RACING IN THE RAIN is a heartfelt tale narrated by a witty and philosophical dog named Enzo (voiced by Kevin Costner). Through his bond with his owner, Denny Swift (Milo Ventimiglia), an aspiring Formula One race car driver, Enzo has gained tremendous insight into the human condition and understands that the techniques needed on the racetrack can also be used to successfully navigate the journey of life. The film follows Denny and the loves of his life - his wife, Eve (Amanda Seyfried), their young daughter Zoe (Ryan Kiera Armstrong), and ultimately, his true best friend, Enzo.
THE KITCHEN – “The Kitchen” stars Oscar nominee Melissa McCarthy (“Can You Ever Forgive Me?” “Bridesmaids”), Tiffany Haddish (“Girls Trip”), and Elisabeth Moss (“The Handmaid’s Tale”) as three 1978 Hell’s Kitchen housewives whose mobster husbands are sent to prison by the FBI. Left with little but a sharp ax to grind, the ladies take the Irish mafia’s matters into their own hands—proving unexpectedly adept at everything from running the rackets to taking out the competition…literally.
THE LION KING – Simba idolizes his father, King Mufasa, and takes to heart his own royal destiny on the plains of Africa. But not everyone in the kingdom celebrates the new cub's arrival. Scar, Mufasa's brother -- and former heir to the throne -- has plans of his own. The battle for Pride Rock is soon ravaged with betrayal, tragedy and drama, ultimately resulting in Simba's exile. Now, with help from a curious pair of newfound friends, Simba must figure out how to grow up and take back what is rightfully his.
TOY STORY 4 – Woody, Buzz Lightyear and the rest of the gang embark on a road trip with Bonnie and a new toy named Forky. The adventurous journey turns into an unexpected reunion as Woody's slight detour leads him to his long-lost friend Bo Peep. As Woody and Bo discuss the old days, they soon start to realize that they're worlds apart when it comes to what they want from life as a toy.

CHECK EACH THEATER FOR SHOWTIMES
REGAL STADIUM 14 THEATER – 2800 Goodwin Pointe Drive 844-462-7342
GOODRICH FORUM 8 – 1209 Forum Katy Parkway 573-445-7469
RAGTAG CINEMA – 10 Hitt Street 573-443-4359
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2019.07.30 02:28 Vegerot List of Joe Rogan Experience Guests by appearances (from /r/joerogan)

Hey, guys. First time posting here. I was watching an episode of the JRE recently and wondered who was the most frequent guest on the show. Joey Diaz? Tom Segura? Eddie Bravo? I tried looking it up and found this post a few years ago by jsfly, but couldn't find anything recently. Additionally, I wasn't sure how he came across his information, but it appeared to be a very laborious process.
So, instead of spending an hour tallying each guest from #1325 to #1, I spent four hours writing a code that will do it for me. This has the advantage of (once I wrote it) being much faster, and the fact that this can be run at any point in the future, so there can always be an up-to-date list of podcast guests.
Without any further ado, from over 700 guests across almost 1400 podcasts, here are the most frequent guests on the Joe Rogan Experience: ​

Guest Appearances
Joey Diaz 41
Duncan Trussell 40
Bryan Callen 39
Ari Shaffir 36
Brian Redban 35
Eddie Bravo 33
Brendan Schaub 27
Tom Segura 26
Bert Kreischer 19
Greg Fitzsimmons 15
Aubrey Marcus 14
Tony Hinchcliffe 13
Tom Papa 13
Christopher Ryan 10
Dom Irrera 10
Daniele Bolelli 9
Cameron Hanes 9
Graham Hancock 8
Abby Martin 8
Bill Burr 8
Sam Harris 8
Steven Rinella 8
Dr. Rhonda Patrick 8
Shane Smith 7
Justin Wren 7
Neal Brennan 7
Joey "CoCo" Diaz 7
David Seaman 6
Josh Zepps 6
Honey Honey 6
Doug Stanhope 6
Bas Rutten 6
Mike Baker 6
Gad Saad 6
Jordan Peterson 6
Christina Pazsitzky 6
Andrew Santino 6
Randall Carlson 5
John Heffron 5
Everlast 5
Jr. 5
Lewis 5
Whitney Cummings 5
Josh Barnett 5
Kevin Smith 5
Jim Norton 5
TJ Dillashaw 5
Ian Edwards 5
Sam Tripoli 5
Russell Peters 5
from Unbox Therapy 5
Michael Shermer 5
Maynard James Keenan 4
Dave Rubin 4
Tait Fletcher 4
Andrew Dice Clay 4
Bret Weinstein 4
Duane Ludwig 4
Steve Maxwell 4
Amy Schumer 4
Kevin Pereira 4
Dave Attell 4
Joe Schilling 4
Eddie Huang 4
Theo Von 4
Dan Carlin 4
Dennis McKenna 4
Dr. Mark Gordon 4
Freddy Lockhart 4
Andreas Antonopoulos 4
Hannibal Buress 4
John Dudley 4
Adam Carolla 4
Moshe Kasher 3
Yves Edwards 3
David Choe 3
Thaddeus Russell 3
Steven Crowder 3
Michael Malice 3
Sturgill Simpson 3
Andy Stumpf 3
Robin Black 3
Matt Farah 3
Matt Fulchiron 3
Peter Schiff 3
Jeff Novitzky 3
Dave Asprey 3
Brendon Walsh 3
Rory Albanese 3
Eric Weinstein 3
Adam Greentree 3
Chris Bell 3
Bobcat Goldthwait 3
Doug Benson 3
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Rich Roll 2
Alex Grey 2
Shane Dorian 2
Doug Duren 2
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Greg Proops 2
Amber Lyon 2
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Steve Hilton 1
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Mac Danzig 1
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Alexander Gustafsson 1
Michelle Waterson 1
Jim Shockey 1
Jane McGonigal 1
Cara Santamaria 1
Rupert Sheldrake 1
iPhones 1
Killer Mike 1
"Big" Jay Oakerson 1
Dr. Peter Duesberg 1
Kip Andersen 1
Neil Degrasse Tyson 1
NotGay Jared 1
Jim Gaffigan 1
Cam Edwards 1
Sean O'Malley 1
Dr. Duncan French 1
James Hetfield 1
London Real 1
Shane Mauss 1
Freeway Rick Ross 1
Gino 1
Shirley Manson 1
Courtney Dauwalter 1
Alexis Ohanian 1
Dr. Jeff Meldrum 1
Nick Di Paolo 1
Dr. Cornel West 1
Michael Wood 1
Philip Coppens 1
Bows 1
Michael Hunter 1
Henry Cejudo 1
Maz Jobrani 1
Bob Lazar 1
Steve Hofstetter 1
Julie Kedzie 1
Joe List 1
Magnus Walker 1
Jake "The Snake" Roberts 1
Rafinha Bastos 1
Matt Brown 1
Pot Debate - Alex Berenson 1
Corey Anderson 1
Michael Chandler 1
Joe Quirk 1
James Kingston 1
Michael Scott Moore 1
Ryan Callaghan 1
Eddie Pepitone 1
Michael Yo 1
Justin Brown 1
Judah Friedlander 1
Mel Gibson 1
Timothy Denevi 1
Twitter Q 1
Lennox Lewis 1
Dr. Ben Goertzel 1
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David Pakman 1
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DEADMAU5 1
Artie Lange 1
Will MacAskill 1
Cmdr. Chris Hadfield 1
Miesha Tate 1
Jonathan Haidt 1
Action Bronson 1
Urijah Faber 1
Sober October 2 Recap 1
Douglas Rushkoff 1
Jeremy Corbell 1
Scott Eastwood 1
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Dr. Andrew Weil 1
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Yvette d'Entremont 1
Diamond Dallas Page 1
Forrest Griffin 1
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Nick Swardson 1
Richard Rawlings 1
Macaulay Culkin 1
Kill Tony Cast - Tony Hinchcliffe 1
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Glen Cordoza 1
Erwan Le Corre 1
Nick Youssef 1
Lenny Clarke 1
Jacob Ward 1
Kron Gracie 1
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Lee Camp 1
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Pat Barry 1
Ceara Lynch 1
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Jan Irvin 1
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Liz Phair 1
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Kelly Slater 1
Daniel H. Wilson 1
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Rory MacDonald 1
Tony Rock 1
Scott Adams 1
Dan Hardy 1
Alex 1
Dale Earnhardt Jr. 1
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Forrest Galante 1
Elon Musk 1
Edmond Tarverdyan 1
Josh Wickerham 1
Israel Adesanya 1
Vinnie Paz 1
Zoltan Istvan 1
Megan Phelps-Roper 1
Randall Park 1
Mark Kendall 1
JD 1
James Damore 1
Allyson Grey 1
Josh Olin 1
Denny Prokopos 1
Live Underground from The Comedy Store 1
Tovar Cerulli 1
Molly Crabapple 1
Sara Weinshenk 1
Mick West 1
Vijaya Gadde 1
Dr. Roddy McGee 1
Ioan Grillo 1
Nick Yarris 1
Jordan Gilbert 1
Pat McNamara 1
Andy Dick 1
Dana White 1
Mark DellaGrotte 1
Steve Volk 1
A with Joe 1
Mary Lynn Rajskub 1
Lawrence Lessig 1
Gabrielle Reece 1
Peter McGraw 1
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Sober October 2019 Preview 1
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Tom Green 1
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Hard Drive Destruction 1
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Fight Breakdown 1
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Morgan Fallon 1
Carlos Condit 1
Dr. Phil 1
Nick Kroll 1
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Lindsey Fitzharris 1
Dan Savage 1
Nathan Ihde 1
Ed Calderon 1
Laird Hamilton 1
Michael Dowd 1
Chuck Lidell 1
Joe Perry 1
Bobby Lee 1
Donnell Rawlings 1
George Perez 1
Alison Rosen 1
Alex Jones Returns! 1
Dr. Steven Greer 1
Michael Bisping 1
Tyron Woodley 1
Donald "Cowboy" Cerrone 1
Dean Delray 1
Jay Leno 1
Jason Hairston 1
Ralphie May 1
Dominick Cruz 1
Colin O'Brady 1
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Liam 1
Allison Sciulla 1
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Vince 1
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Kevin Hart 1
Jimmy Smith 1
Nick Cutter 1
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2019.07.30 02:02 Vegerot Most Frequent Guests on JRE

Hey, guys. First time posting here. I was watching an episode of the JRE recently and wondered who was the most frequent guest on the show. Joey Diaz? Tom Segura? Eddie Bravo? I tried looking it up and found this post a few years ago by jsfly, but couldn't find anything recently. Additionally, I wasn't sure how he came across his information, but it appeared to be a very laborious process.
So, instead of spending an hour tallying each guest from #1325 to #1, I spent four hours writing a code that will do it for me. This has the advantage of (once I wrote it) being much faster, and the fact that this can be run at any point in the future, so there can always be an up-to-date list of podcast guests.
Without any further ado, from over 700 guests across almost 1400 podcasts, here are the most frequent guests on the Joe Rogan Experience: ​

Guest Appearances
Joey Diaz 41
Duncan Trussell 40
Bryan Callen 39
Ari Shaffir 36
Brian Redban 35
Eddie Bravo 33
Brendan Schaub 27
Tom Segura 26
Bert Kreischer 19
Greg Fitzsimmons 15
Aubrey Marcus 14
Tony Hinchcliffe 13
Tom Papa 13
Christopher Ryan 10
Dom Irrera 10
Daniele Bolelli 9
Cameron Hanes 9
Graham Hancock 8
Abby Martin 8
Bill Burr 8
Sam Harris 8
Steven Rinella 8
Dr. Rhonda Patrick 8
Shane Smith 7
Justin Wren 7
Neal Brennan 7
Joey "CoCo" Diaz 7
David Seaman 6
Josh Zepps 6
Honey Honey 6
Doug Stanhope 6
Bas Rutten 6
Mike Baker 6
Gad Saad 6
Jordan Peterson 6
Christina Pazsitzky 6
Andrew Santino 6
Randall Carlson 5
John Heffron 5
Everlast 5
Jr. 5
Lewis 5
Whitney Cummings 5
Josh Barnett 5
Kevin Smith 5
Jim Norton 5
TJ Dillashaw 5
Ian Edwards 5
Sam Tripoli 5
Russell Peters 5
from Unbox Therapy 5
Michael Shermer 5
Maynard James Keenan 4
Dave Rubin 4
Tait Fletcher 4
Andrew Dice Clay 4
Bret Weinstein 4
Duane Ludwig 4
Steve Maxwell 4
Amy Schumer 4
Kevin Pereira 4
Dave Attell 4
Joe Schilling 4
Eddie Huang 4
Theo Von 4
Dan Carlin 4
Dennis McKenna 4
Dr. Mark Gordon 4
Freddy Lockhart 4
Andreas Antonopoulos 4
Hannibal Buress 4
John Dudley 4
Adam Carolla 4
Moshe Kasher 3
Yves Edwards 3
David Choe 3
Thaddeus Russell 3
Steven Crowder 3
Michael Malice 3
Sturgill Simpson 3
Andy Stumpf 3
Robin Black 3
Matt Farah 3
Matt Fulchiron 3
Peter Schiff 3
Jeff Novitzky 3
Dave Asprey 3
Brendon Walsh 3
Rory Albanese 3
Eric Weinstein 3
Adam Greentree 3
Chris Bell 3
Bobcat Goldthwait 3
Doug Benson 3
Eddie Ifft 3
Stefan Molyneux 3
Russell Brand 3
Nick DiPaolo 3
Steve-O 3
Vinny Shoreman 3
Phil Demers 3
Remi Warren 3
Jamie Kilstein 3
Ben Greenfield 3
Owen Benjamin 3
Mayhem Miller 3
Chris Kresser 3
Daniel Pinchbeck 3
Al Madrigal 3
Michael Schiavello 3
Iliza Shlesinger 3
Brian Regan 2
Gary Taubes 2
Johann Hari 2
Jocko Willink 2
Tim Ferriss 2
Dave Smith 2
"Freeway" Rick Ross 2
Dave Foley 2
Crash 2
Jimmy Dore 2
Bud Brutsman 2
Kurt Metzger 2
Rick Doblin 2
Kyle Kulinski 2
Adam Scorgie 2
Ben O'Brien 2
Todd Glass 2
Alex Honnold 2
Trevor Valle 2
John Wayne Parr 2
Natasha Leggero 2
B-Real 2
Andrew Marr 2
Ron White 2
Billy Corben 2
Peter Boghossian 2
Scott Sigler 2
Immortal Technique 2
Kyle Kingsbury 2
Tim Kennedy 2
Philip DeFranco 2
TJ Kirk 2
PhD 2
Bruce Lipton PHD 2
David Lee Roth 2
Michael Ruppert 2
Reggie Watts 2
Mike Dolce 2
W. Kamau Bell 2
Jon Ronson 2
Louis Theroux 2
Jason Silva 2
Anthony Cumia 2
Milo Yiannopoulos 2
Jack Dorsey 2
Chris Aubrey Marcus 2
Tim Pool 2
Ben Shapiro 2
Wim Hof 2
Neil deGrasse Tyson 2
from Float Lab 2
Tommy Chong 2
Josh McDermitt 2
Fight Recap 2
Ian McCall 2
Mark 2
Lex Fridman 2
Robb Wolf 2
Ricky Schroder 2
Shooter Jennings 2
Dr. Carl Hart 2
Colin Moriarty 2
Jeff Ross 2
Sean Carroll 2
Ms. Pat 2
Kevin Lee 2
C.T. Fletcher 2
Donald Cerrone 2
Alex Ross 2
EverLast 2
Alonzo Bodden 2
Gaston Bolanos 2
Henry Rollins 2
Enson Inoue 2
Wheeler Walker 2
Jim Jefferies 2
Brian Cox 2
Andrew Schulz 2
Dan Doty 2
Dan Harris 2
John Anthony West 2
Hamilton Morris 2
Dom D'Agostino 2
Sebastian Junger 2
Jim Breuer 2
Big Jay Oakerson 2
Rich Vos 2
Jeremy Stephens 2
David Goggins 2
Roseanne Barr 2
Gavin McInnes 2
Chris D'Elia 2
Ana Kasparian 2
Sebastian Maniscalco 2
Fight Companion ? 2
Chael Sonnen 2
Rich Roll 2
Alex Grey 2
Shane Dorian 2
Doug Duren 2
Tulsi Gabbard 2
Christina P 2
Greg Proops 2
Amber Lyon 2
Esther Ku 1
Jesse Itzler 1
John McAfee 1
Adam Frank 1
Leah Remini 1
John Kavanagh 1
Byron Bowers 1
Steve Rinella 1
Jenny Johnson 1
Steve Rannazzisi 1
Alex Jones 1
Dan Peña 1
Jon Christofaris 1
Colion Noir 1
Tom Rhodes 1
Melissa Etheridge 1
Steve Hilton 1
Morgan Murphy 1
Sargon of Akkad 1
Mac Danzig 1
CES Review with Young Jamie 1
Public Service Announcement 1
Alexander Gustafsson 1
Michelle Waterson 1
Jim Shockey 1
Jane McGonigal 1
Cara Santamaria 1
Rupert Sheldrake 1
iPhones 1
Killer Mike 1
"Big" Jay Oakerson 1
Dr. Peter Duesberg 1
Kip Andersen 1
Neil Degrasse Tyson 1
NotGay Jared 1
Jim Gaffigan 1
Cam Edwards 1
Sean O'Malley 1
Dr. Duncan French 1
James Hetfield 1
London Real 1
Shane Mauss 1
Freeway Rick Ross 1
Gino 1
Shirley Manson 1
Courtney Dauwalter 1
Alexis Ohanian 1
Dr. Jeff Meldrum 1
Nick Di Paolo 1
Dr. Cornel West 1
Michael Wood 1
Philip Coppens 1
Bows 1
Michael Hunter 1
Henry Cejudo 1
Maz Jobrani 1
Bob Lazar 1
Steve Hofstetter 1
Julie Kedzie 1
Joe List 1
Magnus Walker 1
Jake "The Snake" Roberts 1
Rafinha Bastos 1
Matt Brown 1
Pot Debate - Alex Berenson 1
Corey Anderson 1
Michael Chandler 1
Joe Quirk 1
James Kingston 1
Michael Scott Moore 1
Ryan Callaghan 1
Eddie Pepitone 1
Michael Yo 1
Justin Brown 1
Judah Friedlander 1
Mel Gibson 1
Timothy Denevi 1
Twitter Q 1
Lennox Lewis 1
Dr. Ben Goertzel 1
Demetrious Johnson 1
Sam Sheridan 1
David Pakman 1
Christine Hassler 1
Corinne Fisher 1
Ali Rizvi 1
Pauly Shore 1
Cody Garbrandt 1
Rickson Gracie 1
Steven Tyler 1
Tom DeLonge 1
Ben Anderson 1
Stephan Guyenet 1
Candice Thompson 1
James "The Colossus" Thompson 1
TJ English 1
Pantelis 1
Emily Horn 1
DEADMAU5 1
Artie Lange 1
Will MacAskill 1
Cmdr. Chris Hadfield 1
Miesha Tate 1
Jonathan Haidt 1
Action Bronson 1
Urijah Faber 1
Sober October 2 Recap 1
Douglas Rushkoff 1
Jeremy Corbell 1
Scott Eastwood 1
Shannon Briggs 1
Peter Giuliano 1
Jonathan Gottschall 1
Eric Albarracin 1
Owen Smith 1
Billy Corgan 1
Rafael Lovato Jr. 1
Les Stroud 1
David McMillan 1
Sean Anders 1
Josh Fox 1
Dr. Andrew Weil 1
Hunter Maats 1
Georges St-Pierre 1
Eleanor Kerrigan 1
Peter Hotez 1
Paul Greenberg 1
Kamaru Usman 1
Yvette d'Entremont 1
Diamond Dallas Page 1
Forrest Griffin 1
ins - Tom vs. Bert 1
Ryan Sickler 1
Nicholas Christakis 1
Nick Swardson 1
Richard Rawlings 1
Macaulay Culkin 1
Kill Tony Cast - Tony Hinchcliffe 1
Jason Hall 1
Mark Sisson 1
Robert Oberst 1
Glen Cordoza 1
Erwan Le Corre 1
Nick Youssef 1
Lenny Clarke 1
Jacob Ward 1
Kron Gracie 1
Chris Stapleton 1
Layne Norton 1
Donnie Vincent 1
Lee Camp 1
Gary Vaynerchuk 1
Pat Barry 1
Ceara Lynch 1
Chuck Palahniuk 1
Dan Bilzerian 1
Giorgio Tsoukalos 1
Brian Posehn 1
Tim Welch 1
Jan Irvin 1
Kelly Pavlik 1
Cliff Bleszinski 1
Wiz Khalifa 1
Jamie Foxx 1
Bryan Richards 1
Dr. Shawn Baker 1
Robert Greene 1
Anthony Jeselnik 1
Keith Weber 1
Adam Cropp 1
Alex Winter 1
Andrew Hill 1
Marc Maron 1
Kirik Jenness 1
Marques Brownlee 1
Felipe Esparza 1
Michael Pollan 1
Hank Shaw 1
Victor Conte 1
Maajid Nawaz 1
Tim Burnett 1
Brian Whitaker 1
Steven Pinker 1
Judd Apatow 1
Mareko Maumasi 1
Kirian Fitzgibbons 1
Young Jamie 1
Anthony Bourdain 1
Lorenzo Hagerty 1
Jon Jones 1
Naval Ravikant 1
Will Harris 1
Rico Verhoeven 1
Adam Kokesh 1
Liz Phair 1
Rob MacCachren 1
#WhoIsFat Weigh-in - Day 2 1
Ron Finley 1
Matt Taibbi 1
Paul Stanley 1
Joey Diaz Re-Upload 1
George Lockhart 1
Steven Pressfield 1
Garry Tonon 1
Frank Castillo 1
Nikki Glaser 1
Joseph Valtellini 1
Larry Sharpe 1
Pete Holmes 1
Barry Crimmins 1
Zach Leary 1
Kelly Brogan 1
Bari Weiss 1
David Wallace-Wells 1
Chris 1
Chino XL 1
Kyle Dunnigan 1
Jeff Garlin 1
Dylan Resnekov 1
Mark Bell 1
Kelly Slater 1
Daniel H. Wilson 1
producers of Cowspiracy 1
Lance Armstrong 1
Jamie Metzl 1
Dr. Michael Hart 1
Rory MacDonald 1
Tony Rock 1
Scott Adams 1
Dan Hardy 1
Alex 1
Dale Earnhardt Jr. 1
Isaac Haxton 1
Forrest Galante 1
Elon Musk 1
Edmond Tarverdyan 1
Josh Wickerham 1
Israel Adesanya 1
Vinnie Paz 1
Zoltan Istvan 1
Megan Phelps-Roper 1
Randall Park 1
Mark Kendall 1
JD 1
James Damore 1
Allyson Grey 1
Josh Olin 1
Denny Prokopos 1
Live Underground from The Comedy Store 1
Tovar Cerulli 1
Molly Crabapple 1
Sara Weinshenk 1
Mick West 1
Vijaya Gadde 1
Dr. Roddy McGee 1
Ioan Grillo 1
Nick Yarris 1
Jordan Gilbert 1
Pat McNamara 1
Andy Dick 1
Dana White 1
Mark DellaGrotte 1
Steve Volk 1
A with Joe 1
Mary Lynn Rajskub 1
Lawrence Lessig 1
Gabrielle Reece 1
Peter McGraw 1
Kenton Carruth 1
Stipe Miocic 1
Ethan Nadelmann 1
Liam Harrison 1
Sober October 2019 Preview 1
Gary Clark 1
Tom Green 1
Danica Patrick 1
Hard Drive Destruction 1
Douglas Murray 1
Fight Breakdown 1
Cara Santa Maria 1
Keegan Kuhn 1
Morgan Fallon 1
Carlos Condit 1
Dr. Phil 1
Nick Kroll 1
Jesse Ventura 1
Dell Cameron 1
Lindsey Fitzharris 1
Dan Savage 1
Nathan Ihde 1
Ed Calderon 1
Laird Hamilton 1
Michael Dowd 1
Chuck Lidell 1
Joe Perry 1
Bobby Lee 1
Donnell Rawlings 1
George Perez 1
Alison Rosen 1
Alex Jones Returns! 1
Dr. Steven Greer 1
Michael Bisping 1
Tyron Woodley 1
Donald "Cowboy" Cerrone 1
Dean Delray 1
Jay Leno 1
Jason Hairston 1
Ralphie May 1
Dominick Cruz 1
Colin O'Brady 1
Sir Roger Penrose 1
Zach Bitter 1
Chris Harris 1
Legion of Skanks 1
AJ 1
Clint Wattenberg 1
Dorian Yates 1
Sober October 2 1
from Buddhist Geeks 1
Deontay Wilder 1
Yoshi Obayashi 1
Ross Edgley 1
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It was fun to work on this, and hope you guys enjoy this data. If you notice any problems, please let me know. If you guys want to make it even better, please feel free to fork me!

Edit: I was thinking while writing this code if Jordan Peterson's conjecture that in any creative work "The square root of the number of people have 50% of the results" applies to JRE guests. So I calculated it and found that, in fact, the top square root percent of guests have almost 40% of all the appearances.
That's really cool! That even though Joe has had hundreds of guests, just a few make up almost half the people on the show. Very interesting
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