2016 MFL10 Quarterback Performance Heatmap
Unlike season long leagues, where we pick who to start each week and have the ability to change our teams through waivers or trades, our work in MFL10s stops once the draft does. Therefore, it becomes crucial to not only pick good players but to extend our research into how those players’ performance correlate.
I have previously heat mapped both the running back and wide receiver positions in articles on Football Diehards. What I found was that often player profiles were different from what I had assumed. If we can understand how players perform week to week, it is an advantage when it comes to picking players to maximize scoring at each position.
In my first article for RotoViz, I plugged Home/Road Splits as a possible way to enhance our quarterback output by matching QBs together who fit certain profiles. The purpose of this article is to shine further light on the position to help us to pick QBs who will work well together and give us both safe floors and the upside needed to win MFL10s as well as to help us to find values and land mines based on current QB ADP.