Dynasty Recap – Week 5 – Chargers shutout Jets, 31-0

  • Chargers quarterback Philip Rivers continues to impress with 288 yards passing and three touchdowns. He has the look of a low-end QB1 in dynasty leagues.
  • Chargers running back Braden Oliver came on to spell an injured Donald Brown and lit up the Jets for 114 yards rushing plus 68 yards receiving on four catches and two total touchdowns.
  • A bright spot for the Jets was linebacker David Harris with 10 tackles. It was the best game of the season for Harris who should continue to be a LB3 in dynasty formats.

Daily Dynasty Update – April 3rd

Titans runningback Johnson runs for a gain against the Ravens in first quarter of AFC Divisional Round NFL playoff game in Nashville

Daily Dynasty Update – March 12th

Daily Dynasty Update – February 24th

Dynasty Recap – Week 15 – Colts destroy Texans, 25-3

  • Colts quarterback Andrew Luck had another uneven day, going 19 of 32 for only 180 yards, two touchdowns, and an interception. While Luck has cut down on the turnovers, he’s not exactly lighting the world on fire. If anything, it might be time to buy-low.
  • Texans running back Ben Tate had a decent day gaining 72 yards on 16 carries for a 4.5 YPC. He added three catches for 20 yards. Houston fell behind early which eliminated the running game. Tate should sign somewhere else next year where he’ll finally have the opportunity to carry the load.
  • With Colts incumbent running back Donald Brown got injured, Trent Richardson was forced back in. He had 64 carries on 19 carries for a very Trent Richardson-esque 3.4 YPC. He did add 38 yards on four catches but Richardson is what he is.
  • Colts receiver T.Y. Hilton busted out (a little) with eight catches for 78 yards on 12 targets. The talk before the game was of Da’Rick Rogers but all Rogers did was open up the secondary for Hilton. Hilton is the long-term solution.

Dynasty Recap – Week 13 – Colts beat Titans, 22-14

  • Colts quarterback Andrew Luck looked bad,  going 17 of 32 for 200 yards and a pick. There’s no doubt Luck’s numbers have regressed in yardage and touchdowns but you have to wonder if it’s due to the new offensive coordinator Pep Hamilton. Now may be a good time to buy-low heading in to 2014.
  • The running game for Indianapolis didn’t look much better. New starter Donald Brown ran for 54 yards on 14 carries for about a 4.0 YPC. Benched starter ran for 19 yards on five carries.
  • Titans receiver Kendall Wright dominated the Titans passing game with 11 targets, six catches and 77 yards. Wright’s performed admirably without a steady hand at quarterback. Just imagine what he could do with somebody competent.
  • Titans linebacker Zach Brown had another solid outing with eight tackles and a sack. The 23-year old started off slow but has come on strong lately. He’ll be a strong LB2/3 candidate next year.