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  • Johny The Greek’s Cornerback Corner Week 16

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    Dane Jackson once again shows us all why we stream corner and play the matchups, there are points to be had!


    The Week 16 edition of The Cornerback Corner is here! @Orangeman3142 dives into all of the secondary matchups for every game to solidify your #IDP #FFIDP lineups!


    Welcome to Johny the Greek’s Cornerback Corner Week 16. Last week we streamed corner and did it well. I recommended over 70 different corner streams from 16 different Week 15 matchups. The majority of them worked out extremely well.

    We sit at 73% accuracy for the season, 76% last week based on those calls matching or beating their projections (Yahoo), and will continue to track accuracy all season long just like last year. Transparency is something we take seriously here at IDPGuys.


    Last week I made 72 recommendations. Of those 72, 14 were declared inactive or injured during play, 44 were correct (met or exceeded projection) and 14 were incorrect (below projection).

    We don’t count acts of God here (injuries) and I specifically ask people to check for inactives before each game. So, discounting those, I was 76% correct last week and have a 73% accuracy rating for the season overall.

    Of those 44 correct calls last week, 16 were “massive hits” (doubled or tripled projection). That is a 36% massive hit rate for the week. Season long massive hit rate available below.

    Weekly Accuracy:

    1. 75% Week 1 Massive Hit: 25%
    2. 64% Week 2 Massive Hit: 35%
    3. 67% Week 3 Massive Hit: 34%
    4. 77% Week 4 Massive Hit: 37%
    5. 77% Week 5 Massive Hit: 40%
    6. 71% Week 6 Massive Hit: 40%
    7. 73% Week 7 Massive Hit: 41%
    8. 72% Week 8 Massive Hit: 33%
    9. 69% Week 9 Massive Hit 33%
    10. 82% Week 10 Massive Hit 35%
    11. 79% Week 11 Massive Hit 38%
    12. 76% Week 12 Massive Hit 35%
    13. 72% Week 13 Massive Hit 44%
    14. 65% Week 14 Massive Hit 33%
    15. 76% Week 15 Massive Hit 36%

    Season accuracy to date: 73%

    Season massive hit rate to date: 36%

    You can read all previous Cornerback Corner articles on my IDP Guys author page.

    If this is your first time in Cornerback Corner, click here to read all the Cornerback Corner details you need to know about how I lay out all my picks.

     

    Enough of the past, let’s look at Week 16!

    Perfect Stream: This is one of the best matchups this week. I will be streaming from these matchups in my own leagues almost exclusively.

     

     

     

    Poop stream: This is one of the worst matchups this week. I will very likely have zero corners from this matchup streaming anywhere.

     

     

     

    Cornerback Corner Week 16

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    Browns @ Packers

    Outlook: This could be an excellent Denzel Ward (CB) week and, if we continue to have Covid shenanigans, we could maybe see Greedy Williams (CB) as well. I like the Browns’ options overall with how excellent the Packers’ passing attack has been this season. However, the weather could throw a wrench into this, so keep that in mind.

    We did get burned with our Ravens options against the Packers last week but, for the season, corners opposing Mr. Rodgers and company have been pretty solid.

    As for the reverse, we can skip our Packers options unless you are in much deeper leagues, as they will likely be splash play dependent and need some run-stopping tackles for any kind of floor. That will be difficult with DeVondre Campbell (LB) and Adrian Amos (S) in the box.

    The Browns don’t pass the ball well so they don’t pass the ball. We can find other places to stream from this week. One half of a good matchup overall.

    Cleveland Browns

    Denzel Ward: Solid

    Greg Newsome: Solid (Deeper leagues, if healthy)

    Troy Hill: Solid (Deeper leagues, if healthy)

    Greedy Williams: Solid (Only if Newsome or Ward is inactive, otherwise avoid/sit)

    M.J. Stewart (S/CB): Avoid (Only has value when both Ronnie Harrison AND Grant Delpit are out, and only in leagues where he’s not properly designated as his real role at safety)

    Green Bay Packers

    Rasul Douglas: Solid (Deeper leagues)

    Eric Stokes: Solid (Deeper leagues, make sure Jaire Alexander is, in fact, out before starting him, there are rumors he could be back soon and when he does this is likely the corner who would be displaced first)

    Chandon Sullivan: Avoid (Playing time, production)

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    Colts @ Cardinals

    Outlook: This is a beautiful matchup for our Kenny Moore (CB) shares and there should be some value for the other Colts’ options as well against this now somewhat desperate Cardinals offense that will look to bounce back this week after back to back losses. The game will be inside which helps as well, Colts options are a go.

    As for the reverse, Carson Wentz (QB) didn’t even throw for 100 yards last week and the Colts won handily. They don’t need to throw with Jonathan Taylor (RB) and that defense, so while Byron Murphy (CB) and company have been kind to us this season I’m not seeing a huge game from them unless the Cardinals can get out in front and force the Colts into a negative game script.

    Since we’re dependent on that for a decent floor we’ll say deeper leagues only for our Cardinals options.

    Indianapolis Colts

    Kenny Moore: Solid/Ideal

    Xavier Rhodes: Solid

    Rock Ya-Sin: Solid (Deeper leagues)

    Arizona Cardinals

    Byron Murphy: Solid (Deeper leagues)

    Marco Wilson: Avoid (Playing time last week, likely game script, past production)

    All others: Avoid

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    Lions @ Falcons

    Outlook: Amani Oruwariye (CB) will continue to have value as the sole, living and breathing 100% of snaps corner for the Lions so we can start him pretty confidently against this pretty decent Falcons passing attack, beyond that though there isn’t much here for Lions options.

    For the Falcons, we’ll start AJ Terrell (CB) and hope that the Lions offense we’ve seen these last couple of weeks is the one we get this week as well but beyond that, I wouldn’t touch anything. This will be inside and neither defense is great so that helps but this deep into playoffs I’m personally not trusting much besides the two known and relied upon options here for these two teams.

    Detroit Lions

    Amani Oruwariye:Solid

    AJ Parker: Solid (Deeper leagues)

    All others: Avoid (Fluctuation in all other CB slots beyond the two above)

    Atlanta Falcons

    AJ Terrell: Solid (Deeper leagues)

    Fabian Moreau: Solid (Deeper leagues)

    All others: Avoid (Fluctuation, no stability in third CB slot)

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    Ravens @ Bengals

    Outlook: As much as we’re still all in pain and recovering from Anthony Averett (CB) and Brandon Stephens (S/CB) burning us in a terrific matchup against the red hot Packers passing attack last week I think we can trust them in deeper leagues against this also very capable Bengals passing attack.

    For the reverse, we have some fluctuation for the Bengals options with the return of Trae Waynes (CB) and the recent Covid IR designation for Chidobe Awuzie (CB) which has now given us the problem of “what does this cornerback corps look like when both of those guys are available”?

    That’s a fine game to play in Week 4, not in fantasy playoffs. I’m skipping the Bengals options entirely, this Ravens passing attack isn’t all that amazing in the first place, and if we guess wrong with this one it could be a nail in our own coffin.

    Baltimore Ravens

    Anthony Averett: Solid

    Jimmy Smith: Solid (Deeper leagues)

    Tavon Young: Avoid (Playing time)

    Brandon Stephens (S/CB): Solid

    Chris Westry: Avoid (Only has value if Jimmy Smith is inactive)

    Cincinnati Bengals

    Chidobe Awuzie: Solid (Deeper leagues, if healthy)

    Mike Hilton: Avoid (Bad matchup, fluctuation in cornerback corps overall)

    Trae Waynes: Avoid (Bad matchup, fluctuation in cornerback corps overall)

    Eli Apple: Avoid (Bad matchup, fluctuation in cornerback corps overall)

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    Rams @ Vikings

     

    Outlook: Two very capable passing attacks indoors with playoff implications. This looks excellent. And with the likely return of Adam Thielen (WR) as well this looks even better. Fire up all the relevant options, this will absolutely be one of the main matchups I’ll be targeting for my own streaming corner options this week.

    Los Angeles Rams

    Jalen Ramsey: Solid/Ideal

    Darious Williams: Solid

    Donte Deayon: Solid (Deeper leagues)

    David Long Jr: Avoid (Playing time when starting three are healthy, only has increased value when one or more of the above are inactive)

    Minnesota Vikings

    Patrick Peterson: Solid

    Cameron Dantzler:(CB) Solid (Deeper leagues)

    Mackensie Alexander: Solid (Deeper leagues)

    Bashaud Breeland: Avoid (Was released last week)

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    Bills @ Patriots

    Outlook: The last time we got this matchup a couple of weeks back mother nature essentially prevented any kind of passing attack and thereby limited the potential for streaming corner. We could run into a similar situation this week in Foxborough so keep an eye on the weather with this one.

    If that turns out to be a non-issue then I would feel beyond great about the Pats options and lukewarm about the Bills options. The Bills’ options would need a game script in their favor much like the Colts’ options did last week, if the Patriots are allowed to get out in front and just run and play defense they will, they only throw when they have to throw.

    Any time we’re dependent on a very specific game script for production that gives me pause and it should do the same for you. Many factors here for this to be solid, so I’ll likely be passing on it entirely with that in mind.

    Buffalo Bills

    Dane Jackson: Solid (Deeper leagues)

    Taron Johnson: Solid (Deeper leagues)

    Levi Wallace: Avoid (Production most weeks, he still plays 100% of snaps though if you want to do it)

    New England Patriots

    J.C. Jackson: Solid

    Jalen Mills: Solid (Deeper leagues)

    Myles Bryant: Avoid (Playing time recently)

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    Jaguars @ Jets

     

    Outlook: Neither passing attack is good, it’s outdoors in New York in December and both teams have zero talent at wide receiver or quarterback, that’s not a great recipe for corner production. We can start the obvious options in much deeper leagues but I would look elsewhere this week for my cornerback options.

    Jacksonville Jaguars

    Shaquill Griffin: Solid (Deeper leagues)

    Tyson Campbell: Solid (Deeper leagues)

    All others: Avoid (Playing time, fluctuation, matchup)

    New York Jets

    Bryce Hall: Solid (Deeper leagues)

    Brandin Echols: Solid (Deeper leagues)

    Michael Carter: Avoid (Playing time, matchup)

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    Giants @ Eagles

    Outlook: We can start our Giants options in deeper leagues and hope that Philly has to pass but in all likelihood, they won’t need to, they can just pound the rock and play defense against a backup quarterback and a generally shredded offense and be A-OK.

    As for the reverse, any Philly option would likely need to be splash play dependent as counting on this Giants passing attack to complete passes on a consistent basis would be like counting on Chipotle not to give you bubble guts, it’s just not something you do.

    Pass on the Eagles’ options entirely. We play for the floor of combined tackles and passes defended, anything else we get is nice but not something we can ever count on, trying to count on picks is a quick way to end up with a terrible day streaming corner.

    New York Giants

    James Bradberry: Solid (Deeper leagues)

    Logan Ryan (S/CB): Solid

    Julian Love (S/CB): Avoid (Only startable if multiple members of the secondary are inactive like last week)

    Adoree’ Jackson: Solid (Deeper leagues, if healthy)

    Aaron Robinson: Solid (Deeper leagues, only if Adoree Jackson inactive, otherwise avoid/sit)

    All others: Avoid (There were some random guys who saw time last week when multiple members of this secondary were out on Covid IR)

    Philadelphia Eagles

    Darius Slay: Solid (Deeper leagues)

    Steven Nelson: Avoid (Matchup)

    Avonte Maddox: Avoid (Matchup, playing time)

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    Bucs @ Panthers

    Outlook: Nine times out of ten this is a slam dunk for our Panthers options, unfortunately for us this is number ten. Stephon Gilmore (CB) is the only corner seeing anything North of 50% snaps consistently in recent weeks and his production has been nonexistent. There are no other options beyond him due to fluctuation and far less than ideal playing time, not great but true.

    We can’t trust Gilmore these aren’t his DPOY Patriots days anymore. So I’m skipping this entirely for the Panthers, and as for the reverse we can probably count on the Bucs getting the ship back on track against this lost and hopeless Panthers squad, so there should be a negative game script in our favor for our Bucs options but that’s about all that will be in our favor.

    Cam Newton (QB) can’t pass the ball effectively at all so we should call our Carlton Davis (CB) and Sean Murphy Bunting (CB) options deeper leagues only for this one.

    Tampa Bay Buccaneers

    Carlton Davis: Solid (Deeper leagues)

    Sean Murphy Bunting: Solid (Deeper leagues)

    All others: Avoid (Playing time, matchup)

    Carolina Panthers

    Stephon Gilmore: Solid (Deeper leagues)

    All others: Avoid (Fluctuation, no stability at all beyond Gilmore)

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    Chargers @ Texans

    Outlook: This is a beautiful week for our Desmond King (CB) in leagues of all sizes and Tavierre Thomas (CB) in deeper leagues shares. That other cornerback slot for the Texans has been extremely inconsistent and difficult to nail down but if we guess right that could be a nice little dice roll as well against this excellent Chargers passing attack.

    As for the reverse, the Chargers’ options aren’t super productive to begin with and this Texans passing attack is not all that great, we can probably skip that side of things. Risk management is the name of the game this week, if it feels poopy I’m not recommending it and this feels poopy. One half of a good matchup.

    Los Angeles Chargers

    Michael Davis: Avoid (Matchup, plays 100% of snaps if you need it though)

    Chris Harris Jr: Avoid (Matchup, played 90% last week if you need it though)

    Tevaughn Campbell: Avoid (Same reasons as above, even less playing time than the first two)

    Asante Samuel Jr: Avoid (Injury issues)

    Houston Texans

    Desmond King: Solid

    Tavierre Thomas: Solid (Deeper leagues)

    Lonnie Johnson (S/CB): Solid (Deeper leagues)

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    Bears @ Seahawks

     

    Outlook: We can start our Bears options here in deeper leagues and the same for the cheat code options here on the Seahawks (Quandre Diggs and Ryan Neal) but that’s about it. Neither passing attack is incredible by any means and there are better places to stream from this week so I’ll continue to point you in those directions. Mediocre.

    Chicago Bears

    Jaylon Johnson: Solid (Deeper leagues)

    Artie Burns: Solid (Deeper leagues)

    All others: Avoid (Playing time, fluctuation)

    Seattle Seahawks

    Quandre Diggs (S/CB): Solid

    D.J. Reed: Solid (Deeper leagues)

    Sidney Jones: Avoid (Matchup, he does play 100% of snaps if you need it though)

    Ryan Neal (S/CB): Solid

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    Steelers @ Chiefs

    Outlook: We’ll start our Steelers options but frankly they haven’t been all that productive this season, that could change against this suddenly red hot Chiefs passing attack this week but the Covid shenanigans are in full effect.

    At the time of writing, we don’t know if Tyreek Hill (WR) or Travis Kelce (TE) will be available. If they are, I think we can start Cameron Sutton (CB) with confidence but without them, I’m skipping this. Joe Haden (CB) is back from injury but didn’t clear 40% of snaps last week so we are sure as shit aren’t trusting that.

    As for the reverse, the Chiefs’ options haven’t been great at all this season and the Steelers’ passing attack is flaming dog crap in a bag on your porch, you stomp on it and then realize that “It’s poop again”!

    Pittsburgh Steelers

    Cameron Sutton: Solid

    All others: Avoid (Fluctuation, uncertainty, possible watered-down version of the Chiefs passing attack)

    Kansas City Chiefs

    L’Jarius Sneed (S/CB): Solid (Deeper leagues)

    All others: Avoid (Matchup, fluctuation in roles beyond Sneed)

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    Broncos @ Raiders

    Outlook: Just about the only good factor here is this one is inside at the Death Star, commence primary ignition. Beyond that, it’s two terrible passing attacks facing off against the other’s more than capable defenses in a divisional showdown with playoff implications.

    There will be blood, oh yes there will be blood, what there won’t be is aerial fireworks. Obvious guys only, deeper leagues only, and only if you have no other better options.

    Denver Broncos

    Patrick Surtain: Solid (Deeper leagues)

    Bryce Callahan: Solid (Deeper leagues)

    Ronald Darby: Avoid (Playing time)

    Las Vegas Raiders

    Brandon Facyson: Solid (Deeper leagues)

    All others: Avoid (Matchup, fluctuation due to injuries, Covid IR, and return of Trayvon Mullen)

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    Football Team @ Cowboys

    Outlook: Assuming we get Kendall Fuller (CB) back from Covid IR I always trust Kendall, the other guys here in Washington not so much. Not to mention the Cowboys’ offense in general has been in a slump recently so the passing efficiency we saw earlier this season is long gone. FFuller or nothing for me in this one for that side of things.

    As for the reverse, we can’t sit Trevon Diggs (CB) or Jourdan Lewis (CB) for that matter, both have been red hot no matter the opponent. Anthony Brown (CB) is also capable of having excellent production but I would lean deeper leagues only for him this week. Lot’s of great options in this one plus it’s inside where mother nature can’t screw with it.

    Washington Football Team

    Kendall Fuller: Solid

    William Jackson: Solid (Deeper leagues)

    Bobby McCain: Solid (Deeper leagues)

    Dallas Cowboys

    Trevon Diggs: Solid

    Anthony Brown: Solid (Deeper leagues)

    Jourdan Lewis: Solid (Deeper leagues)

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    Dolphins @ Saints

    Outlook: The Dolphins’ passing attack has been pretty good recently and assuming we get back Jaylen Waddle (WR) to pair with the always solid DeVante Parker (WR) we should be looking excellent for our Saints options, especially inside in New Orleans.

    For the reverse, we haven’t seen Taysom Hill (QB) and company air it out all that much this entire season, well not since crazy legs Jameis was around, but we can always start Xavien Howard (CB) for the big play upside. Beyond that though, I’m probably all set for my Dolphins options this week. One half of a good matchup.

    Miami Dolphins

    Xavien Howard: Solid (Deeper leagues)

    Byron Jones: Avoid (Matchup, he does play 100% of snaps though if you need it)

    All others: Avoid (Matchup, fluctuation)

    New Orleans Saints

    Marshon Lattimore: Solid

    Paulson Adebo: Solid (Deeper leagues)

    P.J. Williams: Avoid (Playing time recently)

    ***Keep in mind we are up to our eyeballs in Covid and injury shenanigans, follow local beat writers and check each team’s “wire” to stay up to date on replacements for each player, play the matchups, and hope for the best. We’re all dealing with it, if it comes down to a more solid option with a lower ceiling instead of a dice roll on a guy we’ve never heard of that’s the way to go.

    This is going to be a messy finish but we know our options and we’ve seen the tendencies of each offense all season, trust your gut and use the force. I’m saying this because very likely a good chunk of what I write here will be rendered irrelevant by Covid and injury just like last week where I had over ten different inactives or Covid IR inactives which is by far the most this season.

    Do what you can and hit me up on Twitter (@Orangeman3142) if you want to strategize your options, that’s a weekly tradition for me anyway, so I’m always happy to help. Good luck this week.***


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    Johny The Greek

    Non-delusional Cowboys Fan. Been playing Fantasy since 2003, IDP since 2004 and watching football for 34 years. Being a firm believer in "you should know if the person you're taking advice from actually knows or wins anything" I'd like to present exhibit A: I have a diamond rating in Yahoo (965) with 26 plus titles in redraft/dynasty across Yahoo, Sleeper, Fantrax and MFL and an additional 50 plus 2nd/3rd place in redraft/dynasty, same platforms. I also play in and have won several all-IDP leagues. I started playing FanDuel with a free entry and have won almost a grand since. I've also won many leagues on the draft app (RIP Draft App, we miss you) and play the maximum number of free college fantasy leagues on Yahoo every year as well with 3 titles and 9 trophies in just two years of playing before Yahoo discontinued those leagues. My profile includes multiple titles in survivor and pick em leagues as well. I was a finalist in the 2021/22 IDP Guys Invitational and the best ball tournament. Also a MFL & Sleeper best ball & eliminator degenerate with many titles there as well. I just started playing All-22 this season and I would bet the mortgage I'll be good at that too. What does all that mean? Nothing except when I do something I tend to overdo it. I have been at this for a long time though so I'll help you with your IDP roster and questions however I can whenever I can. I write a weekly streaming IDP corners article (Johny The Greek's Cornerbacks Corner) and whatever I feel like in the offseason. You can find me @OrangeMan3142 on Twitter. Feel free to reach out for any questions or just to talk some football. Check out my articles on Friday mornings all season long. And new this season and going forward stick around for "Johny The Greek's Free Real Estate" where I interview the best and brightest from FF Twitter, and by that I mean the interesting people who actually help you win and not the useless engagement farmers. Also check out the "Cats of FF Twitter" article series coming out right before the season starts, this article series will talk about each cat and cat owner in the Cats of FF Twitter League that was formed this offseason with deep dives into cat society, behavior and psychology with a sprinkling of fantasy football too I guess. I am not an "analyst" I'm just a crazy person/degenerate who has been doing this a long time, has been pretty good at it and is dialed in because I have to be to not sound like an idiot writing all these articles and doing all these shows. My style is straightforward & conversational, IDP isn't complicated and you're not trying to win an argument on Twitter you're trying to win your league. Come join me weekly in season for Johny the Greek's Cornerbacks Corner, where we look at the fine art that is streaming corners or finding ways to maximize your production from your CB slots each week. I hope you enjoyed the article. Let us praise our Messiah Babu Frik and give worship to Baby Yoda. Jimmy G would make a fine husband. Thanks for reading. -Johny the Greek-
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