Best Ball Leaderboard Week 1
The metric is calculated as follows:
[(PPG/25) + (% weeks in positional top 12) +( % weeks in positional top 24 x 0.5)] / 2.5
The result is then multiplied by 100 in order to give us a metric in which 100 would represent the highest achievable score.
Note that a player can score higher than 100 if he were to have a PPG greater than 25. This would be more likely when evaluating a single season. However, no player averaged more than 25 PPG between 2014 and 2016. A denominator of 2.5 is employed by the formula, as this represents the ‘optimal’ addition within the numerator, which would give us a maxed out formula of:
[(25/25 PPG) + (1.0) + (1.0*0.5)] / 2.5 = 1
For wide receivers, he extends the formula to include top-36 finishes with a weight equivalent to one quarter of a top-12 finish.