Fantasy Football Matchup Analyzer: Week 5 QBs
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Fantasy Football Matchup Analyzer: Week 5

This tool is not meant to be a replacement for our weekly player rankings, although matchups are taken into consideration for those as well. You shouldn't bench a stud player who has a difficult matchup or automatically start a fantasy backup who has an easy matchup. It's meant to be a helpful tool when deciding between two closely ranked players. The matchups are graded on how many fantasy points the opposing team surrendered to this position on average.

Week:

Easiest Matchups

  1. San Diego at Oakland (allows 21.4 points per game to QBs)
    QB1 Philip Rivers, QB2 Kellen Clemens
  2. Denver at Dallas (allows 19.9 points per game to QBs)
    QB1 Peyton Manning (Pro), QB2 Brock Osweiler
  3. Tennessee vs. Kansas City (allows 19.9 points per game to QBs)
    QB1 Jake Locker (IR), QB2 Charlie Whitehurst
  4. San Francisco vs. Houston (allows 19.2 points per game to QBs)
    QB1 Colin Kaepernick
  5. Atlanta vs. New York Jets (allows 19.1 points per game to QBs)
    QB1 Matt Ryan
  6. Cleveland vs. Buffalo (allows 18.8 points per game to QBs)
  7. Baltimore at Miami (allows 18.3 points per game to QBs)
    QB1 Joe Flacco, QB2 Tyrod Taylor
  8. New York Giants vs. Philadelphia (allows 17.9 points per game to QBs)
    QB1 Eli Manning
  9. Chicago vs. New Orleans (allows 17.8 points per game to QBs)
    QB1 Jay Cutler
  10. New Orleans at Chicago (allows 17.7 points per game to QBs)
    QB1 Drew Brees (Pro), QB2 Luke McCown

Toughest Matchups

  1. Oakland vs. San Diego (allows 0.0 points per game to QBs)
    QB2 Matt McGloin
  2. Dallas vs. Denver (allows 0.0 points per game to QBs)
    QB1 Tony Romo (IR), QB2 Kyle Orton
  3. Detroit at Green Bay (allows 0.0 points per game to QBs)
    QB1 Matthew Stafford
  4. Philadelphia at New York Giants (allows 12.5 points per game to QBs)
    QB1 Nick Foles, QB2 Matt Barkley (Out)
  5. Carolina at Arizona (allows 13.0 points per game to QBs)
    QB1 Cam Newton (Pro), QB2 Derek Anderson
  6. St. Louis vs. Jacksonville (allows 13.1 points per game to QBs)
    QB1 Sam Bradford (IR), QB2 Shaun Hill
  7. Jacksonville at St. Louis (allows 13.5 points per game to QBs)
    QB1 Chad Henne
  8. Kansas City at Tennessee (allows 14.4 points per game to QBs)
    QB1 Alex Smith (Out), QB2 Chase Daniel
  9. Miami vs. Baltimore (allows 14.6 points per game to QBs)
    QB1 Ryan Tannehill (Pro), QB2 Matt Moore
  10. Buffalo at Cleveland (allows 14.6 points per game to QBs)
    QB1 E.J. Manuel (Out), QB2 Thaddeus Lewis (Pro)
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