- December 10, 2019 at 4:36 pm #146632NaychiParticipant
6PT TD: I barely made it with Fitzmagic (15.5):
My choices are: Garrapolo, Trubisky,Goff, Rivers and Murray,
Thx in advance
- December 10, 2019 at 5:11 pm #146636Shawn ChildsParticipant
Let me finish the projection and do the QB work for this week before making a decision.
- December 10, 2019 at 6:43 pm #146664NaychiParticipant
thank you shawn
- December 11, 2019 at 3:31 am #146790Shawn ChildsParticipant
It’s between Garoppolo and Murray.
Over the previous six games, Garoppolo played at a high level in three contests (317/4, 424/4, and 349/4). His success pushed him to 14th in QB defense (20.11 FPPG), with only one other game of value (296/3). He’s on pace for 3,993 passing yards with 32 TDs. The Falcons rank 29th in QB defense (25.15 FPPG) with three teams scoring over 30.0 Fantasy points. Atlanta allows 8.0 yards per pass attempt with 24 TDs (only five passing allowed over the last five games). San Fran tends to run the ball well, which points to a midtier game.
Murray lost his momentum passing the ball over his previous three games (150/2, 163/0, and 194/2). His best two games came against Atlanta (31.00 Fantasy points) and Tampa (32.20 Fantasy points). Murray ha 13 TDs in seven games at home, but he also threw eight of his nine Ints in Arizona. The Browns are 17th in QB defense (20.71 FPPG), with one team scoring over 30.0 Fantasy points. A rebound game should be expected, but the Browns may slow down the game with the run.
After many weeks of no relevant value in the Fantasy market, Rivers had his way with the Jaguars’ defense in Week 14 (314/3). Over his previous 11 games, he had two passing TDs or fewer with five games with over 300 yards. His only game of value came in Week 1 (333/3). His yards per pass attempt jumped to 8.0 while continuing to have too many Ints (15). Minnesota is 11th in QB defense (19.23 FPPG), with two teams scoring over 30.0 Fantasy points. The Vikings have regressed defending WRs, which invites possible follow-through for Rivers.
After a disastrous start to 2019 over his first seven games (1,263 combined yards with five TDs and three Ints), Trubisky played more in line with his preseason hype over his last three games (945 combined yards with nine TDs. Last week he looked much better as a runner (10/63/1), which had been lost asset in his game in 2019. The Packers held him 228 yards and no TDs in Week 1. Green Bay ranks 8th in QB defense (17.57 FPPG), with eight teams scoring fewer than 19.0 Fantasy points. On the rise, but a repeat performance on the road would be a lot to ask.
Goff scored fewer than 10.0 Fantasy points in three straight games (9.15, 7.95, and 8.60) with no TDs and 628 yards passing. The Rams regained some of their lost value in the passing game over the past two weeks (424/2 and 293/2). His best game came in Week 4 (517/2) while delivering only 15 TDs with 14 Ints on the year. Goff still doesn’t have a game in 2019 with more than two TDs. Dallas sits 12th in QB defense (19.43 FPPG), with most of their failure coming in three (29.55, 25.85, and 35.50 Fantasy points) of their previous four games. Moving in a positive direction, but his mistakes still curtail him upside in the daily contests.
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