Fantasy Break Out

Posted by Posted by Rich Brown On 7:45 AM

Fantasy Break Out Week 6
“Breaston will be in there like swimwear”

It’s week 6, and fantasy team owners are looking for a good plug and play at WR, but look no further. This week I am a firm believer in Steve Breaston of the Arizona Cardinals. Breaston has so far been a good play for PPR Leagues, having 16 receptions in three weeks, but this week is be the week he finds pay-dirt.

There are probably a lot of other options at WR in your league, depending on how many teams, or how active your league, but trust me on this one. Breaston is bound for the end zone and what better timing than when they go head to head against the Seattle Seahawks.

The Seattle Seahawks secondary has given up, 208 yds/game, but don’t let that fool you. They have played the likes of the Rams and Jacksonville, so the stats can tell you a lie. Quarterbacks like Jay Cutler and Peyton Manning can tell you how much they enjoyed passing on the Seahawks secondary, both throwing three touchdowns against them. So what do you think Kurt Warner can do against them? He tore them up the last time they matched up; going to the end zone 4 times. One of the touchdowns was thrown Steve Breaston’s way.

Now why start Breaston?
1. He has a favorable match up this week against a banged up Seattle Defense.
2. Kurt Warner will be airing it out, with Arizona ranking 31st in rushing offense.
3. Breaston has averaged 15.2 yds per reception and averages 81 yds per game.

Steve Breaston: 5 Rec, 74 yds, 1 TD.



  1. Drew Said,

    You are really desperate if you have to start Breaston.

    Posted on October 17, 2009 at 10:27 AM

  2. Anonymous Said,

    And that is why, he's a break out player, its not going to be obvious.

    Posted on October 17, 2009 at 6:37 PM

  3. Rich Brown Said,

    And thats why Robin Dich is our fantasy football expert. His prediction Breaston 5 Rec, 74 yds,1TD. Breaston ended with 7 Rec, 77 yds, 1 TD.

    Posted on October 18, 2009 at 4:45 PM

  4. Rich Brown Said,

    p.s nice job

    Posted on October 18, 2009 at 4:46 PM