Dynasty Recap – Week 17 – Colts beat up Jaguars, 30-10

  • Colts quarterback Andrew Luck went 26 of 37 for 282 yards and a touchdown and no interceptions to cap off a nice stretch at the end of the season. He’ll be a top five dynasty quarterback heading in to 2014 but could still be a buy-low candidate.
  • Colts receiver T.Y. Hilton went off for 11 catches for 155 yards, showcasing what fantasy owners hoped for every game. Hilton’s situation will be one to monitor in Indianapolis in the off-season along with the return of Reggie Wayne.
  • Colts linebacker Robert Mathis had two more sacks to give him the NFL lead with 19.5. While Mathis will be 33 before the 2014 season, he’s signed relatively cheaply and should be back to be a LB2/3 in dynasty circles.

Dynasty Recap – Titans squeak by Jaguars, 20-16

  • Titans running back Chris Johnson had a decent day, running for 90 yards on 22 carries. The 4.1 YPC is above his season average of 3.7 but don’t expect this to give CJ another chance next year. He’s widely expected to be cut.
  • Titans receiver Kendall Wright had four catches for 22 yards on seven targets. But he passed 1,000 yards for the year and has 85 catches with little to no quarterback help. He’ll be a highly rated dynasty receiver next year.
  • Jaguars middle linebacker Paul Posluszny had a half sack. ‘Pos’ will be 20 heading in to next year but is still producing at a high level and not making much more than this year. He’s a reliable LB1.

Dynasty Recap – Week 15 – Bills escape Jaguars, 27-20

  • Bills rookie quarterback E.J. Manual was efficient but uneven, going 17 of 24 for 193 yards, two touchdowns and an interception. He also tacked on 37 yards rushing while losing a fumble. Manual will need to cut down the turnovers going forward if he’s going to continue to progress.
  • Jaguars running back Jordan Todman had 109 yards rushing on 25 carries and added four catches for 44 yards in place of Maurice Jones-DrewTodman did well to make his case to stick around after MJD is a free agent.
  • Bills rookie receiver Robert Woods had his best game in a couple of weeks with five catches for 82 yards and led the team with six targets. Hopefullly him and quarterback E.J. Manual can develop even more in the off-season.
  • Jaguars linebacker Paul Posluszny had another double-digit tackle game with 13 with a sack. There’s few middle linebackers getting more opportunities than Pos right now. He’s a solid LB1.

Dynasty Recap – Week 14 – Jaguars down Texans, 27-20

  • Texans quarterback Case Keenum was a disaster, going 16 of 29 for 159 yards, a touchdown and an interception. It’s safe to say Houston will not roll with Keenum at quarterback in 2014.
  • Jaguars running back Maurice Jones-Drew looked like his old, explosive self, going for 103 yards rushing on 14 carries including a vintage 48-yard run. He also added two catches for 20 yards. Jones-Drew is a free agent next year and won’t come close to his old self but could be a great change-of-pace back for his next team.
  • Texans wide receiver Andre Johnson proved, yet again, that he’s quarterback-proof, hauling in 13 catches for 154 yards. Now, Johnson is also the only reliable receiving threat on a bad team and his value could change if he changes teams. But he’s about as reliable as it gets.
  • Jaguars rookie safety Johnathan Cyprien had 11 tackles for his second straight double-digit tackle game. He’s up to 89 for the year and will easily pass 100. Cyprien is a good, young player on a young team that will only get younger. Keep an eye out.

Dynasty Recap – Week 13 – Jaguars escape Browns, 32-28

  • Browns receiver Josh Gordon went off (again) for 10 catches for 261 yards and two touchdowns. He’s also quarterback-proof and should be even better as time goes on.
  • Jaguars receiver Cecil Shorts tied for the team lead with 11 targets and six catches for 64 yards and a touchdown. Shorts continues to impress in light of the turmoil in Jacksonville. Should they draft a decent quarterback next year, Shorts has dynasty potential.
  • Jaguars middle linebacker Paul Posluszny had 11 more tackles with 0.5 sacks and a pass defended. Posluszny is already over 100 tackles on the year but is due to make $7.45 million next year. He could be a casualty in a new Jacksonville regime.