Fantasy Football Head to Head Betting: Matthew Stafford vs Drew Brees

 

Fantasy Football Head to Head Betting: Matthew Stafford vs Drew Brees

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Tonight BetDSI Sportsbook has another great Fantasy Football Head to Head Betting opportunity with Matthew Stafford of the Detroit Lions going up against Drew Brees of the New Orleans Saints. Current BetDSI Sportsbook current Live Lines display Drew Brees a -4 point favorite over Matthew Stafford.

As most years Drew Brees is having a great season thus far having 323 completions on 460 attempts for 3,689 yards, 27 touchdowns, and 11 intrceptions. He also had 15 attempts for 62 yards and 1 touchdown scrambling. Last week against the New York Giants, Drew Brees went 27 out of 36 for 258 yards, 2 toucdowns, and 1 interception. He will have all his weapons this weekend playing against the Detroit Lions as their are no offensive injuries on the New Orleans Saints.

Matthew Stafford and the Detroit Lions are playing great this year considering just a few years ago they were winless. Stafford has played great at times while slumping at other, so far he has stayed healthy all year throwing 276 completions on 443 attempts for 3,119 yards, 26 touchdowns, and 13 interceptions. Last week he had a dreadful performance against the Green Bay Packers. Throwing 32 completions on 45 attempts for 276 yards, 1 touchdown, and 3 interceptions.

Fantasy Football Head to Head Betting Prediction: Drew Brees has been almost unstoppable this year, and with the off/on shaky performances of the still young Matthew Stafford I have to say take Drew Brees at -4 for the win.

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* Scoring for Matchup determined by:

Passing Completions Made

¼ Point (ie 1 Point for every 4 Completions)

Passing Yards (50 yards for 1 point, Partial 50 yards count as decimal)

Passing Touchdown 6 Points

Interceptions -2 Points

Rushing Attempts ¼ Point (ie 1 Point for every 4 Attempts)

Rushing Yards (20 Yards for 1 point, Partial 20 yards count as decimal)

Rushing Touchdowns 6 Points

Reception Yards(kick off returns, and punt return yards included) 20 Yards for 1 point, Partial 20 yards count as decimal)

Receptions Made 1 Point

Reception Touchdowns 6 Points

Return Touchdowns 6 Points

2-Point Conversions 2 Points

Fumbles Lost -2 Points

Field Goals 0-39 Yards 3 Points

Field Goals 40-49 Yards 4 Points

Field Goals 50 + Yards 5 Points

Point After Attempt Made 1 Point

*(www.nfl.com stats used only)

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