Fantasy NFL with KC Joyner
Welcome to SportsNation! On Thursday, ESPN NFL Insider KC Joyner wants to help you with your fantasy football team, so bring all of your questions to his chat.
Joyner as his role as an NFL Insider, and The Football Scientist, uses game film to track, tabulate and analyze nearly every measurable statistic in an NFL game. He has his own website at thefootballscientist.com.
Send your questions now and join KC Thursday at 4 p.m. ET!
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KC Joyner (4:00 PM)
Good afternoon! Let's talk some football!
Megatron > Wallace
KC Joyner (4:00 PM)
Back to one greater than sign - a reboot of the Megatron vs. Wallace posts.
The 'Guy" (Houston, TX)
do you think that desean jackson will become more or less valuable(fantasy wise) this coming season with the Redskins?
KC Joyner (4:01 PM)
Not to split the difference but he'll probably be of somewhat equal and possibly slightly less value. Washington needs a vertical threat but Jackson will also be sharing those targets with Garcon. He didn't have to share vertical targets as much last year.
Tejas (Charleston, SC)
How well do you think the Eagles will fare without DeSean Jackson?
KC Joyner (4:02 PM)
Jackson had a 13.5 vertical YPA (VYPA) last year. All of Philly's other pass catchers had a 13.1 VYPA. Add Maclin to the mix and they will be just fine without Jackson.
Chris Fiegler (Latham,NY)
What NFL Team do you think will be Hurting the Most in NFL Free Agency?
KC Joyner (4:03 PM)
Denver losing Decker is actually a fairly major loss. It moves them from having four dominant receiving threats to three and that is a significant difference in how Peyton can attack defenses.
KC Joyner (4:05 PM)
Hey, have to cut it short this week. Quick note before heading out - links to the TFS ESPN Insider material are always posted on Twitter @KCJoynerTFS. Thanks very much for the questions and I hope to see you all here next week!