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Drew Brees Should Build on Great Start

September 27, 2018 | by RotoRob | Comments Comments Off
Drew Brees has been brilliant so far for the New Orleans Saints.
Drew Brees just won’t slow down. (wikiwand.com)

New Orleans Saints quarterback Drew Brees may be closing in on the big 4-0, but so far in 2018, he’s never looked better.

Currently trailing just early-season surprises Ryan Fitzpatrick and Patrick Mahomes in Fantasy points, Brees has been lights out for the 2-1 Saints. He’s yet to be picked, is completing over 80 per cent of his passes and is already closing in on 1,100 yards passing through three games, putting him on pace for a career-best 5,749 yards.

Just sick.

Brees should just keep on rolling in Week Four against a Giants’ team that ranks 19th in fewest points allowed vs. quarterbacks so far. Houston’s Deshaun Watson went off for a season-high 385 yards passing against the G-Men in Week Three, so what will Brees do against them?

In Week Three, Brees ripped apart the Falcon secondary for a season-high 39 completions, matching his season-best with three touchdown passes. Hell, he even rushed for a pair of scores, including the game-winner in OT. Perhaps he solved world hunger and cured cancer during halftime.

We’re not sure the Saints want the 18-year vet throwing nearly 50 passes and potentially getting creamed each game (although, to his credit, he sympathizes with defenders — see video below), so keep an eye on that going forward. Still, this dude has proved he’s one of the best in the biz at reading and analyzing defensive coverage schemes.

Consider Brees a slam dunk QB1 this week and likely a top five performer at his position, and while the Giants have been allowing opposing quarterbacks to run so far, Brees will likely stick mostly to the air with running back Mark Ingram still on suspension for one final week.

More bad news for New York fans: Brees has owned the Giants in his career, beating them five times in seven games and completing over two-thirds of his 259 passes while putting up 20 touchdowns against just four picks.

Here’s another scary thought for the rest of the NFL: September is traditionally Brees’ weakest month of the season, so — ostensibly — the best is yet to come in 2018.

And for the betting fiends among you, here’s a real easy parlay: take the over on any Saints’ game this year. Since Brees and Head Coach Sean Payton have teamed up in the Big Easy a dozen years ago, this team has always had a great offense and a particularly porous defense. This year is no exception as the D is struggling to stop anyone and the O is rolling over everyone. Expect a lot more games like Week One (48-40 loss) and Week Three (43-37 overtime win).

Like we said, our money’s on the “over.”

RotoRob Tune of the Day

Ella Fitzgerald recorded George Gershwin’s classic “Nice Work if You Can Get it” in 1959. It’s a song that’s been tackled by a ton of greats, but few nailed it like the Queen of Jazz.

Now it’s your turn. Let us know in the comments below how you think Brees will perform in Week Four.

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Ryan Fitzpatrick Needs to be Plucked From the Wire

September 17, 2018 | by RotoRob | Comments Comments Off
Fitzpatrick was solid in his role last year, but with Winston suspended for the first three games of 2018, the bearded veteran has quickly reminded the football universe that it wasn’t that long ago that he enjoyed some decent seasons as a starting quarterback. We’re talking about a smart player that’s proven he can be a leader, although he’s been plagued by inconsistency over his career.
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2018 Fantasy Football Guide: Review and Promo

July 26, 2018 | by RotoRob | Comments (1)
This year, one of the bigger changes is that there’s a strategy article about the way teams are using their receivers, and how while they’re passing more, the value of elite running backs is going up.
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Bucs Poised Break Playoff Drought

May 29, 2018 | by RotoRob | Comments Comments Off
The Tampa Bay Buccaneers scuffled to a 5-11 mark last year, finishing in the NFC South cellar and missing the playoffs once again.
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Interview: Nick Lowery

May 15, 2018 | by RotoRob | Comments (2)
RotoRob recently had the pleasure to sit down with Nick Lowery, the Chiefs’ all-time leading scorer, and one of the greatest place kickers in NFL history. Currently an advocate for zero-THC Cannabidiol (CBD), Nick the Kick made three Pro Bowl teams over his 18-year career, and he proved as verbose and enthusiastic as he was accurate on the gridiron, waxing philosophical on a range of topics.
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