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Is Sam Bradford Good For Jordan Matthews’ Fantasy Value?

Jordan Matthews had a satisfying rookie season for those who believed in him as a prospect. Matthews caught an impressive eight touchdowns on his way to a fantasy WR3 finish. JMatt had a few huge games that masked his really weak games, but he proved he had the athleticism to play in the NFL, which many questioned (even though his combine had already given us an answer). Matthews started off a little slow out of the gate, but using the Game Splits App, we can closer identify why Matthews really took off during the second half of the year.

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By Jacob Myers | @JMyersFF | Archive

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  1. Just going to say again that it's a testament to Chip Kelly that fantasy drafters aren't writing off Jordan Matthews/Nelson Agholor based on a Sam Bradford/Mark Sanchez qb duo.

  2. This is a really cool piece. The target volume with Foles really underlines the possible explanation that Foles was just awful last year as opposed to Sanchez helping Matthews. It's also perhaps noteworthy that the Foles/Matthews combo took place earlier in the season when we might expect rookies to struggle more regardless.

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