October 16, 2020

Adentro y Afuera, Week 6 QUARTERBACKS

Now that we’ve got 5 games in, we have a good enough sample size. We know that Aaron Rodgers is much better than many had him projected to be. There’s some question about whether Lamar Jackson was worth the high draft pick. Cam Newton is fairly clearly the best value pick among the QBs.

Kyler Murray left fantasy players wanting more last week. That should end this week as he and the Cardinals travel to play the 0-4 Jets and a defense that has been giving up yards and points aplenty.

This will be a very interesting week for those who are playing the streaming game or are platooning a couple QBs. With knowing what QBs are doing well, the top defenses have really shown themselves. Same for those that need to be targeted (ahem, Jacksonville, Atlanta, Seattle, Dallas).

So to keep this intro from getting too long, here is Adentro y Afuera for the QBs in Week 6:


The Jags are giving up 21.1 points Fantasy PPG to the QB position, and Stafford is coming off a bye week. He’s also got Kenny Golladay presumably at 100% for the first time all season. Stafford has only been OK thus far, as the QB18 in Fantasy PPG. He has yet to throw for 300 yards in a game this season. The bet here is that he easily surpasses 300 yards in a game that has shootout potential, as the Lions are giving up 20.3 Fantasy PPG to QBs thus far. 

You had me at, Julio Jones, ACTIVE. It’s clear that Mateo Hielo is just a different QB when Jones is on the field. Now hopefully Jones is his usual self alongside Calvin Ridley so that Ryan can pick apart a Viking secondary that has given up 1416 yards, 6th most in the league. And the Falcons are #2 in giving up 1728 yards and a league-leading 15 passing TDs. Yes, this game has shootout written all over it.

Newton is healthy and off the COVID-19 IR, so be ready to fire him up against a Bronco D that has been decimated by injuries. Denver is tied with Washington in giving up 21.4 Fantasy PPG, 6th in the league. Newton is averaging 24.5 Fantasy PPG in his 3 games (he sat out a game when he tested positive). This could be a great all-around game for Superman, as he’ll likely make plenty of plays with his legs.

Automatic plays with good matchups: Kyler Murray (@DAL), Lamar Jackson (@ PHI), Deshaun Watson (@TEN), Kirk Cousins (vs. ATL).

Others to keep Adentro: Ryan Tannehill (vs HOU), Ben Roethlisberger (vs. CLE), Jared Goff (@ SF).


The Teddy B feel-good story has been very good, especially for those who streamed him or played him in DFS the past couple weeks. The Chicago D has been one of the most stingy against the QB, allowing just 12.1 FPPG (just behind Indy), and only 4 TD passes. This will be a hard week for Bridgewater.

Burrow was taken down a notch against Baltimore’s top defense on the road. He gets another great secondary on the road in the Colts, who are allowing the fewest Fantasy PPG to QBs at 10.7. The rookie growing pains will continue in this game, and I’ll keep banging the drum that the Bengals need to upgrade that O-line to keep the kid healthy.

The Ravens are 5th in the NFL with 16 sacks, which does not bode well for Wentz. He’s been running for his life most weeks behind an O-line that was expected to be one of the best before injuries made it one of the worst. Wentz still has limited receiving options, even with the emergency of Travis Fulgham. Zach Ertz has been a non-factor the past couple weeks.

Others to keep Afuera: Philip Rivers (vs. CIN), Nick Foles (@ CAR).

1Kyler Murray (ARI)at DAL
2Patrick Mahomes II (KC)at BUF
3Deshaun Watson (HOU)at TEN
4Josh Allen (BUF)vs. KC
5Lamar Jackson (BAL)at PHI
6Cam Newton (NE)vs. DEN
7Matthew Stafford (DET)at JAC
8Aaron Rodgers (GB)at TB
9Ryan Fitzpatrick (MIA)vs. NYJ
10Ryan Tannehill (TEN)vs. HOU
11Kirk Cousins (MIN)vs. ATL
12Ben Roethlisberger (PIT)vs. CLE
13Jared Goff (LAR)at SF
14Matt Ryan (ATL)at MIN
15Tom Brady (TB)vs. GB
16Gardner Minshew II (JAC)vs. DET
17Baker Mayfield (CLE)at PIT
18Andy Dalton (DAL)vs. ARI
19Daniel Jones (NYG)vs. WAS
20Teddy Bridgewater (CAR)vs. CHI
21Joe Burrow (CIN)at IND
22Carson Wentz (PHI)vs. BAL
23Philip Rivers (IND)vs. CIN
24Nick Foles (CHI)at CAR
25Drew Lock (DEN)at NE
26Jimmy Garoppolo (SF)vs. LAR
27Kyle Allen (WAS)at NYG
28Joe Flacco (NYJ)at MIA


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