NFL Fantasy Football Draft News 10-10-2015
New England Patriots versus Dallas Cowboys NFL Pro Football Fantasy Preview 10-11-2015
The Dallas Cowboys will be at home to meet the New England Patriots from week five action from the NFL. Fantasy football draft GMs can check out this game on Sunday afternoon at 4:25PM Eastern Time on October 11th from Dallas to track the results of their one day real money roster picks.
The New England Patriots are coming off a bye week. The team is 3-0 after blowing out the Jacksonville Jaguars 51-17. The week prior they put up 40 points on the Buffalo Bills defense. In their week three victory against Jacksonville, the Patriots produced 471 yards of offense and converted 6 of 8 times inside the red zone. New England is the top offense in the NFL by averaging 446 yards per game. They produce 39.7 points per contest good for best in the league.
The Dallas Cowboys sit at 2-2. The team is 0-2 since Tony Romo went down with a collar bone injury. They are also without the team’s leading receiver Dez Bryant and he is still weeks away from returning to the lineup with a broken bone in his foot. Dallas traveled into New Orleans last week and were defeated 26-20 in overtime. The Cowboys drove to tie the game late but allowed an eighty yard touchdown pass by Drew Brees just seconds into overtime for the loss. The Cowboys defense has now fallen to 19th in the league in points allowed by giving up 25.2 points per game.
New England Patriots QB:
In three games this year Tom Brady is completing 72% of his passes for 1112 yards with nine touchdowns and no picks. In the Jacksonville game Brady threw for 358 yards and two touchdowns.
New England Patriots RB:
Lewis a fourth year pro leads the Patriots with 30 carries for 146 yards and two touchdowns. Lewis has been a contributor in the passing game with 15 catches for 179 yards. He has caught four or more passes in the first three games of the season.
After serving a one game suspension Blount has 20 carries for 82 yards and three touchdowns. Blount had 18 carries for 78 yards and three touchdowns in the win against the Jaguars.
New England Patriots WR:
Edelman leads the receiving corps with 30 catches for 279 yards and two touchdowns. In week two Edelman caught 11 passes for 97 yards and two touchdowns.
New England Patriots TE:
The sixth year tight end has caught 16 passes this season for 308 yards and four touchdowns. He had three touchdown catches in the week one victory against the Steelers.
Dallas Cowboys QB:
Weeden the backup has started in place of an injured Tony Romo. In his three games he played for the injured Romo, Weeden has hit on 61% of his throws for 246 yards with a touchdown. He passed for 246 yards and a touchdown in a losing cause last week at New Orleans.
Dallas Cowboys RB:
Randle leads the Cowboys in carries with 59 for 229 yards and four touchdowns. He averages just 3.9 yards per run attempt. He had a bad game against the Saints last week rushing for 26 yards on eleven carries.
Dallas Cowboys TE:
The veteran tight end leads the Cowboys with 25 catches for 238 yards with two touchdowns. Those two touchdown catches came in week one against the Giants.
Dallas Cowboys WR:
He leads the wide receiving unit with 12 catches for 193 yards and two touchdowns. After having no catches in week three in a loss to Atlanta, Williams grabbed three balls for 49 yards and a touchdown as he was targeted ten times.