RESULTS: Fantasy Football 3 IN/OUT week 6

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- Week 6 Results- 

 

7 Hits

0 Misses

Season to date: 26-16

 

Week 6 Recap

 

Week 6 started out like a thud with Touchdowns from such fantasy stalwarts as Cory Harkey, Joseph Fauria & Thaddeus Lewis before the usual suspects came through to save the day.  But as good as Cam Newton, JaMaal Charles and Marshawn Lynch were others such as Jimmy Graham, Ray Rice and Calvin Johnson fell flat.  But no matter how bad you may have lost your matchup this week the Packers may have lost even worse considering both Randall Cobb and James Jones left with significant leg injuries.

here are some notes from every game:

  • CJ Spiller is still having problems with his knee injury and is not close to 100%.
  • Calvin was more of a decoy with Stafford going to his college roommate frequently.
  • Nick Foles did a job getting the ball downfield with accurate throws and getting Cooper involved.
  • Ray Rice appears to be washed up at this point showing no legs what so ever.
  • Matt Schaub is not to blame for the Texans recent struggles. TJ Yates is far worse and threw a pick 6 as well.
  • JaMaal Charles is probably the best RB to use in daily fantasy football because the offense runs through him.
  • Don’t overreact to Kyle Rudolph’s breakout this week. He is still not a weekly starter in fantasy football.
  • None of the Jets WR’s or TE’s are worth anything more than a spot start during the bye weeks.
  • Justin Blackmon is a special talent and is fast becoming a WR1 in fantasy football despite a poor QB.
  • There isn’t a single WR on the Seahawks that deserves to be owned in any fantasy league under 16 teams.
  • It is going to be very hard for Larry Fitzgerald to play on a short week but if he does you must start him.
  • Brees has forgotten how to spread the ball around and is too dependent on Jimmy Graham.
  • The Redskins literally have nothing on offense now that the read option has been found out.
  • Keenan Allen became just the second Chargers rookie ever to post back-to-back 100-yard receiving games.
source: fantasy alarm
 

For most leagues, your team needs at least 110 points to have a chance of winning. You never want to concern yourself with what your opponent is doing, just aim to get to this number, hope for more and let the chips fall where they may. To reach this goal you will need (at minimum) 12 points from each of your starting skill positions (over 20 from your QB; more than a few from your kicker and at least 11 from your defense). This is the threshold for the IN/OUT predictions.

 

Here are the basic league settings that we are basing our predictions on…

Roster:
QB,2WR,2RB,TE,FLEX (w/r/t), K, DST
Settings:
offensedefense
TDs=6 pts0 pts allowed=10
passing=25 yds/pt2-6=7
receiving=10 yds/pt7-13=4
rushing=10 yds/pt14-20=1
reception=1 pt21-27=0
28-34=-1
35+=-4
Sack=2
INT=2
fumble=2
TD=6
safety=2
blocked kick=5
Return Yds=50 yds/pt

 

Here are the FANFOOD Fantasy Football 3 IN/OUT results for week 6 followed by a recipe for Yellowtail Ceviche Tacos.

 

 

Hits

Knowshon Moreno rushed 15 times for 42 yards and three touchdowns, and caught seven passes for 62 yards in the Broncos’ Week 6 win over the Jaguars. he is running hard, grinding out blocked yardage, and playing perfect fundamental football with highly effective pass blocking and ball security. Meanwhile, Ronnie Hillman (fumble) and Montee Ball (drops) were plagued by Week 6 mistakes. Moreno is locked in as an every-week RB2 in fantasy leagues. It was a good week to start him as recommended.

 

DeAngelo Williams rushed 17 times for 64 yards and caught five passes for 53 yards in Carolina’s Week 6 win over Minnesota. He paid dividends for fantasy owners using Williams as a low-end RB2/flex, but was vultured by Mike Tolbert at the goal line and will have to deal with Jonathan Stewart’s expected return from PUP in Week 7. Another good recommendation, hope you rostered him as your RB2.

 

Jay Cutler completed 24-of-36 passes for 262 yards and two touchdowns in Chicago’s 27-21 Week 6 win over the Giants. Cutler added three scrambles for 20 yards. With his No. 1 receiver pouting after drawing only five targets in Week 5, Cutler targeted Brandon Marshall early and often, with the duo hooking up for two first-half scores. Cutler also took a few deep shots at impressive second-year pro Alshon Jeffery, but they couldn’t connect. The Bears played things fairly conservatively, seemingly confident that the Giants would give away the game on offense. He was a great bye week fill in and could is a high end WR2 and matchup starter going forward.

 

Chris Johnson rushed 12 times for just 33 yards in Tennessee’s Week 6 loss to the Seahawks, adding three catches for 21 yards. It was another miserable day at the office for CJ2K, who averaged fewer than three yards per carry for the third straight game, and fourth time in six weeks. It seems that you he cannot be trusted not even as a FLEX right now. Hope you benched him like we recommended.

 

Marques Colston caught just one pass for 11 yards in Sunday’s Week 6 loss to the Patriots. This dud is a little scary. Jimmy Graham was completely taken out of the game by Aqib Talib and a second-half ankle injury, and Lance Moore was inactive once again. Still, Colston saw just three targets on the day and was held to 71 yards or less for the fifth time in six games. Over the last two weeks, he’s totaled three catches for 26 yards. It is really hard to start him as even a FLEX starter as he is a boom or bust type player that has been a bust lately.  He was an easy “out” pick last week.

 

Julian Edelman played only 43-of-88 snaps in the Patriots’ Week 6 win over the Saints. New England’s playing time has become frustratingly difficult to predict. Aaron Dobson has been probably the team’s least effective on-field receiver, yet played a team-high 80 snaps against the Saints. It seems like he can officially be dropped in all leagues and shouldn’t have been in your lineup as recommended.

 

Though they didn’t have any takeaways and gave up 328 yards, the Jets DST had a nice bend-but-don’t-break performance in Week 6, limiting the visiting Steelers to four field goals and one touchdown for a total of 19 points. The Jets did have four sacks and scored you enough points to help, not hurt your team in week 6. While they were not the best DST to stream, they did enough to make justify our pick. Here are the JETS DST stats week 6:

Pts AllowSackSafeIntFum RecTDBlk KickYdsTD
194000001160

 

 

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Yellowtail Ceviche Tacos

 

This Yellowtail Ceviche Taco recipe, is a new spin on the classic fish tacos. Made with bright ceviche and then stuffed into crispy fried taco-shaped wontons, this Asian fusion dish will have you reaching for more.

 

INGREDIENTS

for the Tacos:

2 pounds yellow tail fillet, finely chopped
1/2 red onion, finely chopped
1 fresh jalapeño pepper, finely chopped
2 limes, one juiced, other cut in small wedges
1/2 cup yellowtail ceviche sauce (recipe below)
1 tablespoon yuzu juice
1 1/2 teaspoons Schichimi (Japanese 7 spice blend that can be purchased in Asian markets)
1/2 bundle cilantro, finely chopped
25g yoza wrappers
1/2 head Romaine lettuce, finely shredded
8 red radishes, julienned

for the Ceviche Sauce:

4 1/4 cups rice wine vinger
2 1/8 cups soy sauce
1 tablespoon minced garlic
1/2 tablespoon minced ginger
1 tablespoon sesame oil
1 tablespoon yuzu juice

for the Shisho Guacamole

3 hass avocados
1 bundle shisho
2 limes, juiced
*salt and pepper to taste
PREPARATION

For the Ceviche Sauce:

Mix all ingredients until well blended.

For Tacos:

Combine all ingredients from fish up to and including cilantro.
Set aside in refrigerator for at least 30 minutes.
Meanwhile, set oil to fry at 350° and fry gyoza skins in shape of a taco until golden brown.
Drain and set aside to cool.

For the Shisho Guacamole:

Add all ingredients to a food processor and mix until there is a creamy consistency.
To Plate:

Line the bottom of each taco shell with shiso guacamole at then fill rest of shell with ceviche mixture.
Garnish with a sprinkling of shredded Romaine and radishes.
Stand tacos up by placing two shot glasses on the corners of a square plate, much like bookends.
Fill one shot glass with lime wedges and the other with spicy aji panca sauce (one part aji panca paste and one part Sriracha hot sauce.)

Place tacos in between shot glasses and serve immediately.

 

 

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