Tuesday, December 27, 2011

Fantasy Football Championships update

So, I was very upset on Saturday morning to learn that there was a rule in my Fantasy Site Expert League that I couldn't make any additions to my team because there had already been a Week 16 game played that Thursday. Meaning that in the Championship game against the number one ranked team, I would have to start the declared-out Anthony Fasano.

But, today, I am happy to report that despite not having a starting tight end, I won the league! Taking out Fans Fantasy Football 229 to 162.

I was very honored to have been allowed into the league with some great fantasy blog and website writers and even happier to have come out the champion!

I will have Week 17 updates for everyone coming soon if you league goes that long. Also, I will be entering the post-season fantasy football games on NFL.com and ESPN.com, and will be posting strategy and advice for them.

Basically, from here on out until the end of football season, I'll be posting whatever my fine readers tell me to post. So if you've got anything you want to hear, any help you need. Any pickem for college/pros whatever, let me know and I'll give you my two cents.

So... how did everyone else do this weekend? How many winner we got on GHL?!

Saturday, December 24, 2011

Week 16 PreGame

I know a lot of you are in the championships. So I want you all to stay alert. There is a lot of late breaking news right now.

Pay close attention to Vincent Jackson and Ben Roethlisberger.
With no Big Ben, I have to move both Wallace and Brown down the charts a bit. Heath Miller would get a boost, and I like all Steelers RBs a bit more.

Watch out for Felix Jones and Roy Helu. Both were limited this week, if they practiced at all. And both of them have backups that people are talking about.
I expect both Jones and Helu to play, but you have be mindful that they could miss time and make way for their backups, Morris and Royster, respectively.

In other RB news, Chris Johnson is expected to play, I think his numbers will look a bit more like early 2011 than late 2011.
Michael Bush has the questionable tag on him. Id expect him to go as well, but read up on him before kickoff.
Beanie Wells is expected to play. I'm not very worried about him.
Marion Barber is out. Kahlil Bell will be getting the start and most of the work. Keep in mind that they are playing against the Packers, and that the Bears have little to no offense to speak of. That in mind, I would start bell this week depending on your other players. Especially in PPR. I don't expect any fireworks from the Bears here though.

At WR, AJ Green is probable. Should be played in all formats.
Mario Manningham is doubtful, which will bump Cruz up in my book. Not helping Hakeem Nicks any though.
Deion Branch is again a game time decision. I don't think he'll go. Welker (also questionable) should be fine though. Branch's injury helps out Aaron Hernandez again, and, dare I say, Chad Ochocinco.

Anquan Boldin is out. Bumping up Torrey Smith and Ed Dickson. Honestly can't tell you offhand who their third receiver is, but if you are asking that question... you are probably not in the championship game. I expect Baltimore to stick to the run though against a miserable run defense.
Greg Jennings again out.
Jacoby Ford out, giving Heyward-Bey a bit more love. Denarius Moore should also play though.
And no Anthony Fasano or Jake Ballard.

Thursday, December 22, 2011

Week 16: Houston vs. Indianapolis Matchup Predictions

I don’t think I’m really going out on a limb when I pick Houston to win here. And I don’t think I’m that crazy when I say that you are probably not in the finals if you have any of Indianapolis’s players are in your starting lineup.
So, really, besides being bored at work, there is little reason for me to be writing this post. But I do what I want.
Indy surprised us all last week, due largely in part to an 80 yard run set off by Curtis Painter accidentally blocking somebody. Literally. What the tape, he did not do that on purpose, he just got in the way. I don’t see it happening again, and, frankly, if I were a Colts fan, I wouldn’t want another win. They have the number one pick, and they should probably try holding on to it.
That doesn’t mean that players won’t be trying, I just really don’t think that anyone on this team is really good enough to start for fantasy unless you are crazy deep. Then only Pierre Garcon is really worth considering.
Houston has locked the playoffs. I’m sure that they would bench their starters, if they could… but T.J. Yates is the third stringer, so really, he needs the practice. Andre Johnson will not be the Andre Johnson that we all know and love until Schaub is back. Arian Foster deliver a hell of a pounding though. I’m also going to say that I do expect them to sit Johnson and Foster at some point to avoid injury before the playoffs. And, in the event that Arian Foster does sit, Ben Tate could actually have a productive night. That is a big if though.

Start them: Arian Foster, Pierre Garcon, Andre Johnson, Owen Daniels, Neil Rackers, HOU Defense
If you must: Ben Tate, Reggie WayneSit them: Curtis Painter, Joseph Addai, Backup HOU receivers, IND DefenseSleepers: T.J. Yates, Donald Brown, Jacob Tamme

My Championship Matchup

A little disappointed that I only made one Championship game this year, but that’s just the way it goes. Anyways, before the first game of the week kicks off tonight, I wanted to show you guys my lineup and the team that I am going up against to win it all.
My Team:
QB: Drew Brees
RB: Rashard Mendenhall
RB: Mike Tolbert
RB/WR: Marques Colston
WR: Darrius Heyward-Bey
WR: DeSean Jackson
WR/TE: Calvin Johnson
TE: Anthony Fasano
DEF: Houston Texans
Special Teams: Baltimore Ravens
Joe Flacco
Kahlil Bell
Ryan Grant
Earl Bennett
Steve Breaston
Andre Caldwell
Eric Decker
Denver Broncos Defense

My Opponent:
Cam Newton
LeSean McCoy
Willis McGahee
Vincent Jackson
Steve Smith
Demaryius Thomas
Brandon Pettigrew
Jason Witten
Pittsburgh Steelers Defense
Cincinnati Bengals S/T

I feel that I’ve got him edged out a little bit at QB because of our scoring system.
He has me hands down at the RB position. I feel like I might need to gamble by taking Tolbert out and trying my luck with Kahlil Bell. Thoughts?
I think I have the advantage when it comes to receiver. Colston and Johnson have been pulling me through.
Both of his tight ends are better than mine.
And our defense and special teams are a draw.

This year, he has about 10 more points per game than me (in a league where 200-215 points is the norm). What do you think? Any moves I should make? Do I stand a chance? We both are coming in with some pretty damn good matchup. Could be a high scoring affair. Gonna come down to luck in my opinion. Just wish I had any luck at the RB position. Lost two guys to injury early in the year.

Wednesday, December 21, 2011

Week 16 Fantasy Football Position Rankings

Hey everybody. I’ve been getting a lot of love on the site and on Twitter. Looks like a pretty high percentage of us got into the playoffs, and a great amount of people are into the finals.

I know that in two of my leagues, the championship game will be played this weekend. In my expert league, It is me going up against Fans Fantasy Football. Later this week, I will post our lineups and let you guys help me decide what the best moves are for me.

In the league that Jordan and I are in, I failed to make the playoffs, but Jordan has surged and will be playing in the championship game against a fantasy newcomer. The championship round will last two weeks from week 16-17.

And my other league just wrapped up last week. This was the league where my two starting linebackers, Adrian Peterson and Matt Forte all went down in the last few weeks. I managed to end up 13-1 in the regular season, but only got third and won my money back.

Anyways, lots of exciting championship posts to look forward to this week. And I’ll be taking some polls and asking for feedback, so please stay tuned for that.

Let’s go ahead and take a look at the position rankings for Week 16, and good luck to everyone in the Championship game!

Sunday, December 18, 2011

Week 15 Advice.

Hey everyone.

First off, of course, go Cowboys.

And secondly, hope you are all looking forward to another week in the NFL.

This morning, I will NOT have access to a computer, so I can not answer questions posted on this site today.
HOWEVER, I will be answering all questions posted to me on Twitter.

Simply tweet me @godhateslosers. And get your answer there!

Good luck to everyone. I know its a pivotal week for some of you, so let's kill it.

Friday, December 16, 2011

Week 15 Fantasy Football Pick'em and Predictions

Alright. So. We're winding down in the season. We should really have a grip on all of the teams by now. But, of course, the NFL despises consistency and the thought of anyone being correct and throws a good amount of curveballs each and every week.

So here come some explanations on the games where Jordan and I don't see eye to eye.

Redskins vs. Giants: I'd be lying if I told you that I made this pick mostly out of hope that the Giants losing gets Dallas one step closer to a playoff birth. (Really, I shouldn't be hoping that, because I know that making the playoffs really just means that we are going to get absolutely embarrassed on national television again, likely by the Falcons who should be sitting in the 5 seed.) But I digress. The Redskins showed off their offense against New England last week, in a game that would have went to overtime if Santana Moss could catch. Giants looked sloppy in the win over Dallas, and Redskins can exploit it if their defense is up to the challenge. Giants are the favorites at home, but Redskins could be the spoiler here. Hopefully.

Lions vs. Raiders: I don't see where Jordan is coming from on this one really. Palmer is coming off a four interception day last week. The team is hurting. And, while the Lions are also losing momentum, they will be getting Suh back. Effectively putting more pressure on Palmer, which causes turnovers. Lions are still technically fighting for a playoff spot, meaning that this is a game they need the win on. And seeing the Packers handle Oakland with ease last week, Lions should roll.

Ravens vs. Chargers: I've got the Chargers here. They are hot as of late. Looks like all the team needed was the return of Malcom Floyd for Philip Rivers and company to get out of their funk. Ravens have the tough run defense, but could have trouble against the aerial attack that includes Gates and Vincent Jackson. Ray Rice is going to have to be a start yet again, as the Ravens passing game is far from spectacular this year. We've seen the Chargers go down a lot this year, but they don't want Tebow winning the division any more than I do.

Steelers vs. 49ers: Pretty simple here. I don't think Big Ben plays. They are borderline a sure thing for a playoff spot. I think they rest him this week as he is far from 100%. Mendenhall is facing the best run defense in the nation, and I have a funny feeling that AARP-member Charlie Batch won't be able to exploit their secondary weaknesses.

Here's the picks.

Record (LW) (Total):(13-3)
Jaguars vs. FalconsFalconsFalcons Falcons
Cowboys vs. BucsCowboysCowboys Cowboys
Dolphins vs. BillsDolphinsDolphins
Seahawks vs. BearsSeahawksSeahawks
Bengals vs. RamsBengalsBengals
Packers vs. ChiefsPackersPackers
Titans vs. ColtsTitansTitans
Saints vs. VikingsSaintsSaints
Redskins vs. GiantsGiantsRedskins
Panthers vs. TexansTexansTexans
Lions vs. RaidersRaidersLions
Browns vs. CardinalsCardinalsCardinals
Patriots vs. BroncosPatriotsPatriots
Jets vs. EaglesJetsJets
Ravens vs. ChargersRavensChargers
Steelers vs. 49ersSteelers49ers

Survival Pick EliminatedEliminatedEliminated

Wednesday, December 14, 2011

Week 15 Fantasy Football Position Rankings

Position Rankings are up.

Running late, so not a ton of time to write. Let me know if I'm missing someone or you have any questions about the rankings.

As always, this post is going to act as an Advice Time, so hit me with your best shot.

Week 15 Quarterback Rankings
1.     Drew Brees
2.     Aaron Rodgers
3.     Tom Brady
4.     Eli Manning
5.     Tony Romo
6.     Cam Newton
7.     Matthew Stafford
8.     Philip Rivers
9.     Michael Vick
10. Tim Tebow
11. Matt Ryan
12. Rex Grossman
13. Matt Moore
14. Ben Roethlisberger
15. Joe Flacco
16. Mark Sanchez
17. Andy Dalton
18. Jake Locker
19. T.J. Yates
20. Ryan Fitzpatrick
21. Carson Palmer
22. Josh Freeman
23. Christian Ponder
24. Alex Smith
25. Sam Bradford
Week 15 Running Back Rankings
1.     Arian Foster
2.     Maurice Jones-Drew
3.     Ray Rice
4.     LeSean McCoy
5.     Adrian Peterson
6.     Chris Johnson
7.     Michael Bush
8.     Marshawn Lynch
9.     Felix Jones
10. Cedric Benson
11. Roy Helu
12. Reggie Bush
13. Willis McGahee
14. Shonn Greene
15. Michael Turner
16. Darren Sproles
17. LeGarrette Blount
18. Ryan Mathews
19. Steven Jackson
20. Ahmad Bradshaw
21. Frank Gore
22. Beanie Wells
23. Rashard Mendenhall
24. Marion Barber
25. Brandon Jacobs
26. Donald Brown
27. BenJarvus Green-Ellis
28. Ben Tate
29. DeAngelo Williams
30. Ryan Grant
31. C.J. Spiller
32. Mike Tolbert
33. Peyton Hillis
34. Jonathan Stewart
35. Kahlil Bell
36. Maurice Morris
37. Pierre Thomas
38. Kendall Hunter
39. Chris Ivory
40. LaDainian Tomlinson
41. Dexter McCluster
42. Montario Hardesty
43. Daniel Thomas
44. Brandon Saine
45. Toby Gerhart
46. LaRod Stephens-Howling
47. Sammy Morris
48. Jackie Battle
49. Thomas Jones
50. D.J. Ware
Week 15 Wide Receiver Rankings
1.     Wes Welker
2.     Hakeem Nicks
3.     Jordy Nelson
4.     Calvin Johnson
5.     Roddy White
6.     Larry Fitzgerald
7.     A.J. Green
8.     Marques Colston
9.     Steve Smith
10. Victor Cruz
11. Percy Harvin
12. Mike Wallace
13. Brandon Marshall
14. Laurent Robinson
15. Andre Johnson
16. Antonio Brown
17. Miles Austin
18. Brandon Lloyd
19. Vincent Jackson
20. Dez Bryant
21. Steve Johnson
22. Julio Jones
23. Santana Moss
24. DeSean Jackson
25. Dwayne Bowe
26. Mario Manningham
27. Mike Williams
28. Anquan Boldin
29. Santonio Holmes
30. James Jones
31. Nate Washington
32. Michael Crabtree
33. Pierre Garcon
34. Darrius Heyward-Bey
35. Jabar Gaffney
36. Demaryius Thomas
37. Damian Williams
38. Donald Driver
39. Johnny Knox
40. Golden Tate
41. Eric Decker
42. Malcom Floyd
43. Torrey Smith
44. Plaxico Burress
45. Doug Baldwin
46. Lance Moore
47. Reggie Wayne
48. Deion Branch
49. Titus Young
50. Nate Burleson
Week 15 Tight End Rankings
1.     Rob Gronkowski
2.     Antonio Gates
3.     Jimmy Graham
4.     Jermichael Finley
5.     Tony Gonzalez
6.     Jason Witten
7.     Owen Daniels
8.     Brandon Pettigrew
9.     Vernon Davis
10. Aaron Hernandez
11. Brent Celek
12. Jermaine Gresham
13. Kellen Winslow
14. Jake Ballard
15. Greg Olsen
16. Dustin Keller
17. Anthony Fasano
18. Dallas Clark
19. Marcedes Lewis
20. Visanthe Shiancoe
21. Ed Dickson
22. Jared Cook
23. Evan Moore
24. Heath Miller
25. Lance Kendricks
Week 15 Kicker Rankings
1.     John Kasay
2.     David Akers
3.     Dan Bailey
4.     Sebastian Janikowski
5.     Mason Crosby
6.     Billy Cundiff
7.     Stephen Gostkowski
8.     Jason Hanson
9.     Nick Novak
10. Neil Rackers
11. Mike Nugent
12. Matt Prater
13. Robbie Gould
14. Rob Bironas
15. Nick Folk
16. Connor Barth
17. Alex Henery
18. Lawrence Tynes
19. Dan Carpenter
20. Matt Bryant
Week 15 Defense Rankings
1.     Chicago Bears
2.     Cincinnati Bengals
3.     San Francisco 49ers
4.     Detroit Lions
5.     Green Bay Packers
6.     Pittsburgh Steelers
7.     Baltimore Ravens
8.     Arizona Cardinals
9.     Dallas Cowboys
10. New York Jets
11. Houston Texans
12. Tennessee Titans
13. Seattle Seahawks
14. Atlanta Falcons
15. Miami Dolphins
16. Philadelphia Eagles
17. New York Giants
18. New Orleans Saints
19. Jacksonville Jaguars
20. Cleveland Browns

Tuesday, December 13, 2011

Week 15 Sleepers and Pickups

And the playoffs keep rolling along. Awkward week last week. Lots of stars putting up pretty awful performances. A handful of no-names came out of nowhere.
Overall, the pick-ups here are pretty simple. When we get into the playoffs, I am far less likely to count on sleepers, so I don’t have any pickups for that either.
Basically, if you want to get anyone off of free agency, you are looking for great matchups, or injury fill-ins.
Biggest injury of the week has to go to DeMarco Murray. Felix Jones filled in and had a decent day. But I think that, for the most part, that we because the Giants did not game plan for him. The Cowboys have another good matchup though as they face the Bucs, who just gave up four touchdowns to Maurice Jones-Drew.
If Felix is still floating in free agency, I think he is a must add. He will be a great play for the next two weeks, facing the poor run defenses of Tampa Bay and Philadelphia. He will also be working with fullback Fiammetta, who has been largely credited with Murray’s success. The Cowboys just signed ex-Patriot Sammy Morris to the team. He could get some runs, and steal the goal line work, but I would not add him unless you are in a mind-blowingly deep league.

Sunday, December 11, 2011

Wanna Play Me?

Hey guys,

So, I've been using a site for the past few weeks and I've been having a great time with it. It's called FanDuel.

Basically, you go there, deposit a few bucks and play one-on-one matchups or enter 5-10 man leagues that last for that weekend of Football. You can enter free leagues, or wager anywhere from $1 to way way more.

You have a $60K bank and fill up positions based on who you think is going to kill it that particular week.

Enter your players, watch the games, they tabulate your score, and if you win the matchup, you win the bet and the money.

Anyways... If you follow this link http://www.fanduel.com/?invitedby=godhateslosers&cnl=da and deposit 10 dollars, then we should each get some free money and we can play against each other.

So, follow the link, log in, deposit, and search for me (my screenname is godhateslosers, obviously.) and challenge me to a game of one-on-one. (I will play a few money games, but I'm very poor, so we might have to play free. Sorry)

You got what it takes to beat me at my own game?

Friday, December 9, 2011

Week 14 Fantasy Football Pick'em and Predictions

For the past few weeks I've been picking up the pace. Been basing my picks a lot on the Thursday night game actually. Seahawks beat the Eagles last week, I picked a handful of upsets and they paid off.

This Thursday, the Steelers barely escaped the Browns of all teams. This could point to another week of upsets if I'm going off the same strategy, but I'm not feeling very upsetty this week.

I'm normally scared when they look straightforward, but the only big gun I can see going down is the Patriots of all teams. Redskins passing game and emergence of Helu might be enough. And Brady and the Pats (mostly the secondary) only got past the un-undefeated Colts by seven.

Here's the picks.

Record (LW) (Total):(9-7)(115-77)(12-4)(120-72)(10-6)(103-89)
Browns vs. SteelersSteelersSteelersBrowns
Falcons vs. PanthersFalconsPanthersFalcons
Texans vs. BengalsBengalsBengalsTexans
Vikings vs. LionsLionsLionsVikings
Saints vs. TitansSaintsSaintsSaints
Colts vs. RavensRavensRavensRavens
Chiefs vs. JetsJetsJetsChiefs
Eagles vs. DolphinsEaglesDolphinsDolphins
Patriots vs. RedskinsPatriotsRedskinsPatriots
Bucs vs. JaguarsJaguarsBucsJaguars
Bears vs. BroncosBroncosBroncosBroncos
49ers vs. Cardinals49ers49ers49ers
Bills vs. ChargersChargersChargersChargers
Raiders vs. PackersPackersPackersPackers
Giants vs. CowboysCowboysCowboysCowboys
Rams vs. SeahawksSeahawksSeahawksSeahawks

Survival Pick EliminatedEliminatedEliminated

Wednesday, December 7, 2011

Week 14 Fantasy Football Position Rankings

Ah, my favorite time of week. Time to get started on the position rankings. Hope everyone made it into their playoffs and are not going at it for the chance to be the champion.
My strategy in the playoffs doesn’t change much from the regular season. But for those of you who have spent the last few weeks making big gambles to get off the bubble and into the playoffs, now is the time too cool down a bit and focus on consistency.
A home run here and there is a good thing. But I’d rather start a guy who is guaranteed to get me 8 points a week than go for the guy that could end up with either 15 or zero.
Matt Forte, Adrian Peterson and Andre Johnson are the biggest names out. But we are likely to see the return of Jeremy Maclin and Miles Austin. Keep an eye out, because there are a lot of questionable and probables out there.
Any questions for GHL... you know what to do.

Week 14 Fantasy Quarterback Rankings
1.       Aaron Rodgers
2.       Drew Brees
3.       Matthew Stafford
4.       Tom Brady
5.       Cam Newton
6.       Eli Manning
7.       Tony Romo
8.       Michael Vick
9.       Tim Tebow
10.   Philip Rivers
11.   Rex Grossman
12.   Matt Ryan
13.   Ben Roethlisberger
14.   Carson Palmer
15.   Mark Sanchez
16.   Joe Flacco
17.   Matt Moore
18.   Alex Smith
19.   Ryan Fitzpatrick
20.   Kevin Kolb
21.   Matt Hasselbeck
22.   Josh Freeman
23.   T.J. Yates
24.   Andy Dalton
25.   Christian Ponder
Week 14 Fantasy Running Back Rankings
1.       Ray Rice
2.       Maurice Jones-Drew
3.       Arian Foster
4.       Michael Turner
5.       Marshawn Lynch
6.       Rashard Mendenhall
7.       Chris Johnson
8.       LeSean McCoy
9.       Ryan Matthews
10.   Frank Gore
11.   DeMarco Murray
12.   Reggie Bush
13.   Roy Helu
14.   Michael Bush
15.   Stephen Jackson
16.   Shonn Greene
17.   Willis McGahee
18.   Ahmad Bradshaw
19.   LeGarrette Blount
20.   BenJarvus Green-Ellis
21.   C.J. Spiller
22.   Marion Barber
23.   Darren Sproles
24.   Toby Gerhart
25.   Cedric Benson
26.   Beanie Wells
27.   Mark Ingram
28.   Peyton Hillis
29.   Maurice Morris
30.   DeAngelo Williams
31.   Mike Tolbert
32.   Donald Brown
33.   Jonathan Stewart
34.   Dexter McCluster
35.   Ben Tate
36.   Ryan Grant
37.   Brandon Jacobs
38.   Isaac Redman
39.   Ricky Williams
40.   Daniel Thomas
41.   Pierre Thomas
42.   Joseph Addai
43.   Brandon Saine
44.   Felix Jones
45.   Kahlil Ball
46.   Jackie Battle
47.   Montario Hardesty
48.   Thomas Jones
49.   Kendall Hunter
50.   Joe McKnight
Week 14 Fantasy Wide Receiver Rankings
1.       Greg Jennings
2.       Wes Welker
3.       Calvin Johnson
4.       Steve Smith
5.       Larry Fitzgerald
6.       Hakeem Nicks
7.       Roddy White
8.       Brandon Marshall
9.       Dez Bryant
10.   Jordy Nelson
11.   Mike Wallace
12.   Victor Cruz
13.   Vincent Jackson
14.   Jeremy Maclin
15.   Marques Colston
16.   Percy Harvin
17.   A.J. Green
18.   Miles Austin
19.   Santana Moss
20.   DeSean Jackson
21.   Brandon Lloyd
22.   Anquan Boldin
23.   Steve Johnson
24.   Antonio Brown
25.   Santonio Holmes
26.   Julio Jones
27.   Mike Williams
28.   Dwayne Bowe
29.   Laurent Robinson
30.   Nate Washington
31.   Pierre Garcon
32.   Michael Crabtree
33.   Eric Decker
34.   Malcom Floyd
35.   Plaxico Burress
36.   Denarius Moore
37.   Lance Moore
38.   Devin Aromashodu
39.   Deion Branch
40.   Golden Tate
41.   Jabar Gaffney
42.   Johnny Knox
43.   Nate Burleson
44.   Torrey Smith
45.   Reggie Wayne
46.   Kevin Walter
47.   Damian Williams
48.   Doug Baldwin
49.   Greg Little
50.   Darrius Heyward-Bey
Week 14 Fantasy Tight End Rankings
1.       Jimmy Graham
2.       Rob Gronkowski
3.       Jason Witten
4.       Antonio Gates
5.       Jermichael Finley
6.       Tony Gonzalez
7.       Brent Celek
8.       Aaron Hernandez
9.       Vernon Davis
10.   Kellen Winslow
11.   Jermaine Gresham
12.   Owen Daniels
13.   Anthony Fasano
14.   Jake Ballard
15.   Dustin Keller
16.   Brandon Pettigrew
17.   Jacob Tamme
18.   Greg Olsen
19.   Scott Chandler
20.   Marcedes Lewis
Week 14 Fantasy Kicker Rankings
1.       David Akers
2.       John Kasay
3.       Sebastian Janikowski
4.       Stephen Gostkowski
5.       Dan Bailey
6.       Billy Cundiff
7.       Mason Crosby
8.       Matt Prater
9.       Robbie Gould
10.   Nick Novak
11.   Connor Barth
12.   Neil Rackers
13.   Jason Hanson
14.   Nick Folk
15.   Mike Nugent
16.   Alex Henery
17.   Matt Bryant
18.   Shaun Suisham
19.   Rob Bironas
20.   Lawrence Tynes
Week 14 Fantasy Defense Rankings
1.       Baltimore Ravens
2.       Pittsburgh Steelers
3.       San Francisco 49ers
4.       Seattle Seahawks
5.       New York Jets
6.       Green Bay Packers
7.       Houston Texans
8.       Denver Broncos
9.       Cincinnati Bengals
10.   Atlanta Falcons
11.   Miami Dolphins
12.   Kansas City Chiefs
13.   St. Louis Rams
14.   Detroit Lions
15.   Dallas Cowboys
16.   New England Patriots
17.   San Diego Chargers
18.   New Orleans Saints
19.   Arizona Cardinals
20.   Tampa Bay Buccaneers