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3 Best Ball Passing Stacks to Target

By Kyle Dvorchak
Kyle Dvorchak Before we get into the best passing stacks for the 2019 season, is stacking quarterback and their targets beneficial in the first place? Stacking in 2018 Receivers Each week, in a Best Ball league, we want to have one of the top-scoring passers in the NFL. The top-50 individual games for quarterbacks is a good place to look for elite performances. Those performances generated spike weeks for receivers at a significant rate. The top-50 QB weeks featured 35 of the top-100 WR weeks (both using PPR scoring). Note: Receivers were counted out to 100 because most Best Ball leagues require you to start at least three each week compared to a single quarterback. The quarterbacks produced at least one top-100 receiver game 31% of the time. If we have an idea of which quarterbacks are ... Premium subscription is needed