Elite Performers

Elite Performers

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  1. 1
    Keenan Allen
    LAC WR #13
    38.32
    E.S.

    Elite Score (E.S.) is a measure of the Fantasy impact of an athlete. It takes into consideration each player's Fantasy Points and a measure of how much of an outlier their performance was within their position category. Elite Score highlights players that were the difference makers. The matchup winners. The Elite Performers.

    Top 10 WRs - Week 17

    Pts
    Elite Score
    Keenan Allen
    25.3 pts (15.88 > avg)
    38.32 pts Position eliteness
    Doug Baldwin
    21 pts (11.58 > avg)
    20.33 pts Position eliteness
    JuJu Smith-Schuster
    20.3 pts (10.88 > avg)
    17.94 pts Position eliteness
    Rashard Higgins
    18.8 pts (9.38 > avg)
    13.31 pts Position eliteness
    Golden Tate
    18.4 pts (8.98 > avg)
    12.2 pts Position eliteness
    Amari Cooper
    17.5 pts (8.08 > avg)
    9.86 pts Position eliteness
    Chris Godwin
    17.1 pts (7.68 > avg)
    8.91 pts Position eliteness
    Travis Benjamin
    16 pts (6.58 > avg)
    6.52 pts Position eliteness
    Jarvis Landry
    15.2 pts (5.78 > avg)
    5.02 pts Position eliteness
    Keenan Allen
    25.3 pts (15.88 > avg)
    38.32 pts Position eliteness
    Avg
    9.43 pts
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    News

    Published: Sun, Dec 31 at 5:32pm by Rotowire.com

    Allen caught nine of his 12 targets for 133 yards and a touchdown in the 30-10 win over the Raiders on Sunday. He also recovered a fumble for a touchdown early in the contest.

    Analysis: Finally healthy after two seasons ruined by serious injuries, Allen capitalized on his immense potential by recording 102 receptions and 1,393 receiving yards, easily career-highs for the 25-year-old. So long as veteran quarterback Philip Rivers returns for his 15th season in the NFL, Allen projects as a potential early-round selection in redraft leagues come the fall, particularly in points-per-reception leagues given the 25-year-old's immense usage rate (159 targets in 2017).

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    Keenan Allen wins 2017 Comeback Player of the YearSun, Feb 4 at 1:07pm

    Los Angeles Chargers wide receiver Keenan Allen wins the 2017 Comeback Player of the Year at NFL Honors.

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    Matt Bryant
    ATL K #3
    25.58
    E.S.

    Elite Score (E.S.) is a measure of the Fantasy impact of an athlete. It takes into consideration each player's Fantasy Points and a measure of how much of an outlier their performance was within their position category. Elite Score highlights players that were the difference makers. The matchup winners. The Elite Performers.

    Top 10 Ks - Week 17

    Pts
    Elite Score
    Matt Bryant
    18 pts (10.37 > avg)
    25.58 pts Position eliteness
    Phil Dawson
    16 pts (8.37 > avg)
    16.33 pts Position eliteness
    Stephen Hauschka
    10 pts (2.37 > avg)
    0.99 pts Position eliteness
    Adam Vinatieri
    10 pts (2.37 > avg)
    0.99 pts Position eliteness
    Robbie Gould
    10 pts (2.37 > avg)
    0.99 pts Position eliteness
    Ryan Succop
    9 pts (1.37 > avg)
    0.23 pts Position eliteness
    Justin Tucker
    9 pts (1.37 > avg)
    0.23 pts Position eliteness
    Ka'imi Fairbairn
    9 pts (1.37 > avg)
    0.23 pts Position eliteness
    Matt Prater
    9 pts (1.37 > avg)
    0.23 pts Position eliteness
    Matt Bryant
    18 pts (10.37 > avg)
    25.58 pts Position eliteness
    Avg
    7.63 pts
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    20

    News

    Published: Mon, Mar 5 at 2:42pm by Rotowire.com

    The Falcons and Bryant agreed to a three-year extension Monday, Will McFadden of the team's official site reports.

    Analysis: Bryant's lengthy career continues onward. After splitting the first seven years in the NFL with four different organizations, the 42-year-old just completed his ninth campaign with the Falcons, during which he's racked up at least 111 points in his seven full seasons with the squad. In 2016, in particular, Bryant notched a league-leading 158 points in the backs of a whopping 56 extra points and 37 field goals en route to an appearance in Super Bowl LI. With a commitment through the 2020 season, he'll have a chance to continue marching up the ranks of all-time leading scorers (he ranks 17th, as of the conclusion of 2017).

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    NFL Players of the Week for Week 17Wed, Jan 3 at 6:42am

    The "Good Morning Football" crew reveals the NFL Players of the Week for Week 17.

  3. 3
    Doug Baldwin
    SEA WR #89
    20.33
    E.S.

    Elite Score (E.S.) is a measure of the Fantasy impact of an athlete. It takes into consideration each player's Fantasy Points and a measure of how much of an outlier their performance was within their position category. Elite Score highlights players that were the difference makers. The matchup winners. The Elite Performers.

    Top 10 WRs - Week 17

    Pts
    Elite Score
    Keenan Allen
    25.3 pts (15.88 > avg)
    38.32 pts Position eliteness
    Doug Baldwin
    21 pts (11.58 > avg)
    20.33 pts Position eliteness
    JuJu Smith-Schuster
    20.3 pts (10.88 > avg)
    17.94 pts Position eliteness
    Rashard Higgins
    18.8 pts (9.38 > avg)
    13.31 pts Position eliteness
    Golden Tate
    18.4 pts (8.98 > avg)
    12.2 pts Position eliteness
    Amari Cooper
    17.5 pts (8.08 > avg)
    9.86 pts Position eliteness
    Chris Godwin
    17.1 pts (7.68 > avg)
    8.91 pts Position eliteness
    Travis Benjamin
    16 pts (6.58 > avg)
    6.52 pts Position eliteness
    Jarvis Landry
    15.2 pts (5.78 > avg)
    5.02 pts Position eliteness
    Doug Baldwin
    21 pts (11.58 > avg)
    20.33 pts Position eliteness
    Avg
    9.43 pts
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    30

    News

    Published: Mon, Apr 2 at 4:56pm by Rotowire.com

    The connection between Baldwin and Russell Wilson could be the key component of the Seahawks offense in 2017 due to the free-agent departures of Jimmy Graham and Paul Richardson, Andy Patton of USA Today reports.

    Analysis: In the post-Marshawn Lynch era in Seattle, the onus of the offense has fallen on Wilson, who has averaged 256 passing yards per game the last two years. The receiving corps experienced upheaval this offseason, exchanging Graham, Richardson and Luke Willson for Jaron Brown and Ed Dickson. Like Wilson, who hasn't missed a contest in his six-year career, Baldwin is an ironman in his own right, starting 88 consecutive regular-season outings. Baldwin particularly has been productive the past three campaigns, ranking second in the entire NFL in TD receptions (29), eighth in catches (247), ninth in receiving yards (3,188) and 12th in targets (344). Due his rapport with Wilson, Baldwin is a great bet to surpass his career-best mark of 125 targets from 2016.

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    Doug Baldwin tweets that Cousins is a 'hero' for what he did in free agencyTue, Mar 13 at 12:44pm

    Seattle Seahawks wide receiver commends quarterback Kirk Cousins in a tweet.

  4. 4
    Dion Lewis
    NE RB #33
    19.04
    E.S.

    Elite Score (E.S.) is a measure of the Fantasy impact of an athlete. It takes into consideration each player's Fantasy Points and a measure of how much of an outlier their performance was within their position category. Elite Score highlights players that were the difference makers. The matchup winners. The Elite Performers.

    Top 10 RBs - Week 17

    Pts
    Elite Score
    Dion Lewis
    25.3 pts (15.64 > avg)
    19.04 pts Position eliteness
    Latavius Murray
    23.4 pts (13.74 > avg)
    13.69 pts Position eliteness
    Orleans Darkwa
    21.4 pts (11.74 > avg)
    9.01 pts Position eliteness
    Carlos Hyde
    19.8 pts (10.14 > avg)
    5.96 pts Position eliteness
    Alvin Kamara
    18.8 pts (9.14 > avg)
    4.38 pts Position eliteness
    Derrick Henry
    17.7 pts (8.04 > avg)
    2.92 pts Position eliteness
    Devonta Freeman
    16.8 pts (7.14 > avg)
    1.94 pts Position eliteness
    Alex Collins
    15.6 pts (5.94 > avg)
    0.95 pts Position eliteness
    Peyton Barber
    14.9 pts (5.24 > avg)
    0.53 pts Position eliteness
    Dion Lewis
    25.3 pts (15.64 > avg)
    19.04 pts Position eliteness
    Avg
    9.66 pts
    30
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    10

    News

    Published: Wed, Mar 21 at 12:17pm by Rotowire.com

    Lewis' four-year, $19.8 million contract with the Titans contains $5.75 million fully guaranteed and another $2.5 million guaranteed for injury only, Cameron Wolfe of ESPN.com reports.

    Analysis: While he had an argument to be considered the top running back in free agency, Lewis ultimately signed a contract much smaller than Jerick McKinnon's deal with the 49ers and landed with a team that already has an established power runner in Derrick Henry. The Titans likely plan to deploy a dual-threat backfield with Lewis handling passing-down work and mixing in on early downs while Henry serves as the main thumper on early downs and near the goal line. The 27-year-old Lewis played double-digit games for the first time since 2011 last season, taking 180 carries for 896 yards (5.0 average) and six touchdowns and catching 32 of 36 targets for 214 yards (5.9 per target) and another three scores. He'll have a hard time replicating the rushing and scoring production if Henry stays healthy, but Lewis' role as a pass catcher should increase. Lewis displayed his ability in that department back in 2015, when he caught 36 of 50 targets for 388 yards (7.8 per target) and two scores in only seven games.

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    Brandt: Lewis and Henry will be next great RB duoFri, Mar 16 at 12:38pm

    NFL Network's Kyle Brandt explains why the Titans will have the best running back duo in football next season with the addition of running back Dion Lewis.

  5. 5
    JuJu Smith-Schuster
    PIT WR #19
    17.94
    E.S.

    Elite Score (E.S.) is a measure of the Fantasy impact of an athlete. It takes into consideration each player's Fantasy Points and a measure of how much of an outlier their performance was within their position category. Elite Score highlights players that were the difference makers. The matchup winners. The Elite Performers.

    Top 10 WRs - Week 17

    Pts
    Elite Score
    Keenan Allen
    25.3 pts (15.88 > avg)
    38.32 pts Position eliteness
    Doug Baldwin
    21 pts (11.58 > avg)
    20.33 pts Position eliteness
    JuJu Smith-Schuster
    20.3 pts (10.88 > avg)
    17.94 pts Position eliteness
    Rashard Higgins
    18.8 pts (9.38 > avg)
    13.31 pts Position eliteness
    Golden Tate
    18.4 pts (8.98 > avg)
    12.2 pts Position eliteness
    Amari Cooper
    17.5 pts (8.08 > avg)
    9.86 pts Position eliteness
    Chris Godwin
    17.1 pts (7.68 > avg)
    8.91 pts Position eliteness
    Travis Benjamin
    16 pts (6.58 > avg)
    6.52 pts Position eliteness
    Jarvis Landry
    15.2 pts (5.78 > avg)
    5.02 pts Position eliteness
    JuJu Smith-Schuster
    20.3 pts (10.88 > avg)
    17.94 pts Position eliteness
    Avg
    9.43 pts
    30
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    News

    Published: Sun, Dec 31 at 1:43pm by Rotowire.com

    Smith-Schuster had nine receptions (on 10 targets) for 143 yards and a touchdown, and added a 96-yard kickoff return for another score, in Sunday's 28-24 win over the Browns. He finished the 2017 season with 58 catches (on 80 targets) for 917 yards and seven touchdowns, and added 240 yards and the touchdown on nine kick returns in 14 games.

    Analysis: Smith-Schuster was clearly Landry Jones' favorite receiver, and the rookie took advantage of the opportunity and the absence of Antonio Brown (lower leg). The first Steelers player with a receiving touchdown and a kick return touchdown in the same game since Gary Ballman in 1963, Smith-Schuster gives the team another weapon in an already potent arsenal.

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    JuJu Smith-Schuster talks about influence from A.B. and Le'Veon BellFri, Feb 2 at 12:42pm

    Wide receiver JuJu Smith-Schuster talks about his rookie year on the Pittsburgh Steelers and how he was influenced by veteran wide receiver Antonio Brown and running back Le'Veon Bell.

Weekly Leaders

  • Week 1

    Kareem Hunt
    KC RB #27
    94.22
    E.S.

    Elite Score (E.S.) is a measure of the Fantasy impact of an athlete. It takes into consideration each player's Fantasy Points and a measure of how much of an outlier their performance was within their position category. Elite Score highlights players that were the difference makers. The matchup winners. The Elite Performers.

  • Week 2

    Michael Crabtree
    OAK WR #15
    41.78
    E.S.

    Elite Score (E.S.) is a measure of the Fantasy impact of an athlete. It takes into consideration each player's Fantasy Points and a measure of how much of an outlier their performance was within their position category. Elite Score highlights players that were the difference makers. The matchup winners. The Elite Performers.

  • Week 3

    Stefon Diggs
    MIN WR #14
    60.12
    E.S.

    Elite Score (E.S.) is a measure of the Fantasy impact of an athlete. It takes into consideration each player's Fantasy Points and a measure of how much of an outlier their performance was within their position category. Elite Score highlights players that were the difference makers. The matchup winners. The Elite Performers.

  • Week 4

    Greg Zuerlein
    LA K #4
    57.73
    E.S.

    Elite Score (E.S.) is a measure of the Fantasy impact of an athlete. It takes into consideration each player's Fantasy Points and a measure of how much of an outlier their performance was within their position category. Elite Score highlights players that were the difference makers. The matchup winners. The Elite Performers.

  • Week 5

    Jacksonville Jaguars
    JAX DEF
    66.17
    E.S.

    Elite Score (E.S.) is a measure of the Fantasy impact of an athlete. It takes into consideration each player's Fantasy Points and a measure of how much of an outlier their performance was within their position category. Elite Score highlights players that were the difference makers. The matchup winners. The Elite Performers.

  • Week 6

    New Orleans Saints
    NO DEF
    95.03
    E.S.

    Elite Score (E.S.) is a measure of the Fantasy impact of an athlete. It takes into consideration each player's Fantasy Points and a measure of how much of an outlier their performance was within their position category. Elite Score highlights players that were the difference makers. The matchup winners. The Elite Performers.

  • Week 7

    Ezekiel Elliott
    DAL RB #21
    89.53
    E.S.

    Elite Score (E.S.) is a measure of the Fantasy impact of an athlete. It takes into consideration each player's Fantasy Points and a measure of how much of an outlier their performance was within their position category. Elite Score highlights players that were the difference makers. The matchup winners. The Elite Performers.

  • Week 8

    Baltimore Ravens
    BAL DEF
    72.9
    E.S.

    Elite Score (E.S.) is a measure of the Fantasy impact of an athlete. It takes into consideration each player's Fantasy Points and a measure of how much of an outlier their performance was within their position category. Elite Score highlights players that were the difference makers. The matchup winners. The Elite Performers.

  • Week 9

    T.Y. Hilton
    IND WR #13
    61.34
    E.S.

    Elite Score (E.S.) is a measure of the Fantasy impact of an athlete. It takes into consideration each player's Fantasy Points and a measure of how much of an outlier their performance was within their position category. Elite Score highlights players that were the difference makers. The matchup winners. The Elite Performers.

  • Week 10

    Robert Woods
    LA WR #17
    58.92
    E.S.

    Elite Score (E.S.) is a measure of the Fantasy impact of an athlete. It takes into consideration each player's Fantasy Points and a measure of how much of an outlier their performance was within their position category. Elite Score highlights players that were the difference makers. The matchup winners. The Elite Performers.

  • Week 11

    Antonio Brown
    PIT WR #84
    80.39
    E.S.

    Elite Score (E.S.) is a measure of the Fantasy impact of an athlete. It takes into consideration each player's Fantasy Points and a measure of how much of an outlier their performance was within their position category. Elite Score highlights players that were the difference makers. The matchup winners. The Elite Performers.

  • Week 12

    Julio Jones
    ATL WR #11
    131.51
    E.S.

    Elite Score (E.S.) is a measure of the Fantasy impact of an athlete. It takes into consideration each player's Fantasy Points and a measure of how much of an outlier their performance was within their position category. Elite Score highlights players that were the difference makers. The matchup winners. The Elite Performers.

  • Week 13

    Tyreek Hill
    KC WR #10
    67.62
    E.S.

    Elite Score (E.S.) is a measure of the Fantasy impact of an athlete. It takes into consideration each player's Fantasy Points and a measure of how much of an outlier their performance was within their position category. Elite Score highlights players that were the difference makers. The matchup winners. The Elite Performers.

  • Week 14

    Le'Veon Bell
    PIT RB #26
    38.18
    E.S.

    Elite Score (E.S.) is a measure of the Fantasy impact of an athlete. It takes into consideration each player's Fantasy Points and a measure of how much of an outlier their performance was within their position category. Elite Score highlights players that were the difference makers. The matchup winners. The Elite Performers.

  • Week 15

    Todd Gurley
    LA RB #30
    103.95
    E.S.

    Elite Score (E.S.) is a measure of the Fantasy impact of an athlete. It takes into consideration each player's Fantasy Points and a measure of how much of an outlier their performance was within their position category. Elite Score highlights players that were the difference makers. The matchup winners. The Elite Performers.

  • Week 16

    Todd Gurley
    LA RB #30
    87.56
    E.S.

    Elite Score (E.S.) is a measure of the Fantasy impact of an athlete. It takes into consideration each player's Fantasy Points and a measure of how much of an outlier their performance was within their position category. Elite Score highlights players that were the difference makers. The matchup winners. The Elite Performers.

  • Week 17

    Keenan Allen
    LAC WR #13
    38.32
    E.S.

    Elite Score (E.S.) is a measure of the Fantasy impact of an athlete. It takes into consideration each player's Fantasy Points and a measure of how much of an outlier their performance was within their position category. Elite Score highlights players that were the difference makers. The matchup winners. The Elite Performers.

  • Week 18

    To Be Announced