Predicting Josh Freeman’s 2013 Fantasy Football Season

June 16, 2013   ·     ·   Jump to comments

Josh Freeman caught people’s attention after his first full season as a starter in 2010. He threw for nearly 3,500 yards and had a fantastic ratio of 25 touchdowns to six interceptions. The following year, he let people down when he ended up throwing more interceptions than touchdowns (16 touchdowns, 22 interceptions).
Then 2012 happened.
Freeman threw for over 4,000 yards and had 27 touchdowns, both franchise records. From Week 6 to Week 11, Freeman was a top-10 quarterback for all but one week. He went on a six-game run where he averaged 285 yards and had at least two touchdowns (in four out of the six games he had three touchdowns).  
He was among the fantasy elite, or so it seemed.
Saying Freeman struggled at the end of the season is putting it mildly. In the six games following his hot streak, Freeman managed to throw 10 interceptions while averaging just one touchdown a game. He only had one game where he threw above the 285-yard average he had duri...

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