Joe Flacco and Andy Dalton Draft Combination

Each week the Baltimore Ravens wide receivers will offer winning fantasy value. It is going to require a weekly rotation with the Raven’s wrs. Focusing on their schedule is key. Certain weeks Joe Flacco needs to be benched. Moon Man likes combining Average Joe with Average Andy! Fantasy Friends could easily wait in the draft selecting the combination of Joe Flacco and Andy Dalton. Weekly in DFS, this rotation could be fantasy football value..  Here is the Baltimore Raven’s 2016 schedule w/Dalton rotated in.

Week 1: Versus Buffalo.

Flacco

Week 2: @ Cleveland.

Flacco

Week 3: @ Jacksonville.

Flacco

Week 4: Versus Oakland.

Dalton versus Miami.

Week 5: Versus Washington.

Dalton @ Dallas.

Week 6: @ Giants.

Dalton @ New England or Flacco. Coin flip.

Week 7: @ Jets.

Flacco.

Week 8: BYE.

Dalton versus Washington.

Week 9: Versus Pittsburgh.

Flacco.

Week 10: Versus Cleveland.

Flacco.

Week 11: @ Dallas.

Flacco.

Week 12: Versus Cincinnati.

Dalton.

Week 13: Versus Miami.

Flacco.

Week 14: @ New England.

Dalton @ Cleveland.

Week 15: Versus Philadelphia.

Dalton versus Pittsburgh.

Week 16: @ Pittsburgh.

Dalton @ Houston.

Week 17: @ Cincinnati.

Flacco

Andy Dalton had his best Fantasy season in 2015.

-13 games.

– 3,250 yards.

– 25 tds – 7 ints.

A.J. Green scored 10 touchdowns and Tyler Eifert scored 13 tds himself before injuries became a fantasy headache in the last quarter of the regular season. Hampering Eifert’s chances for more. Marvin Jones and Mohamed Sanu departed. Brandon LaFell and rookie Tyler Boyd have arrived. After 13 years as Cincy’s Quarterback’s Coach, Ken Zampese is in as Offensive Coordinator and Bill Lazor as Quarterback’s coach. The offense in Cincy should look similar and improved in 2016 if ya ask Moon Man!

Andy Dalton will hover around his career high 66.1 completion % in 2015.  With Gio Benard seeing more targets and a potentially heavier workload for Jeremy Hill. Dalton will continue his progress as a viable matchup based option in DFS Fantasy Football. A.J. Green will potentially top 100 receptions for the 1st time in his career. Check in weekly with Moon Man! During the regular season for DFS value starts, waiver wire moves and astronomical combination ideas. With Average Joe Quarterbacks a plenty. Who to start and who to bench is not always obvious.

Joe Flacco and the Baltimore Ravens open the season home to the Buffalo Bills. Opportunity for the deep ball starts week 1. Mike Wallace will see deep targets week in and week out. Wallace has lost a step and is still inconsistent at getting open. Joe Flacco and Mike Wallace make the perfect combination regardless of Wallace’s disappointing career. The Raven’s offensive coordinator Marc Trestman will use Wallace efficiently. This will be Trestman’s second season in Baltimore. An even better fantasy option is Potential WR #1 Breshad Perriman. Moon Man likes Joe Flacco to have his best Fantasy Football season yet. Is that saying too much? Let’s take a look at Joe Flacco’s career stats:

2008

– 2,971 yards.

– 14 tds – 12 ints.

2009

– 3,613 yards.

– 21 tds – 12 ints.

2010

– 3,622 yards.

– 25 tds – 10 ints.

2011

– 3,610 yards.

– 20 tds – 12 ints.

2012

– 3,817 yards.

– 22 tds – 10 ints.

2013

– 3,912 yards.

– 19 tds – 12 ints.

2014

– 3,986 yards.

– 27 tds – 12 ints.

2015

– 2,791 yards.

– 14 tds – 12 ints.

Joe Flacco’s career has been average. In 2015 Flacco completed only 266 passes but with a 64.4 completion percentage. The highest of his career. Kamar Aiken is a target machine and maybe Steve Smith Sr. comes back giving Trestman multiple options to throw the ball too. Justin Forsett, Lorenzo Taliaferro, Javorius Allen and Fantasy Sleeper Kenneth Dixon will prove to be a potent running back by committee. Justin Forsett to start the season, Javorius Allen and Kenneth Dixon to finish the season. The addition of tight end Benjamin Watson will help young Crockett Gillmore and add another security blanket for Flacco. Whether Steve Smith comes back or not. Aiken and Watson are sure handed targets. While Perriman and Wallace offer big play capabilities week in and week out. Average Joe’s best season yet will be 4,001 yards, 28 tds – 12 ints in 2016. 

 

As Always,

(Teams Going Off + Thoughts Flexed In = Combination Lineups)

May the Fantasy Force be with you.

 

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