calvinjohnson
08 Feb 2019

The Ultimate WR Prospect Metrics Guide: Which College Production Measurements Are the Most Predictive of NFL Success? – The Wrong Read, No. 54

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Welcome to the 54th installment of The Wrong Read. We know that college production is more important than athleticism at the WR position, but what are the best and most predictive ways to measure that production? This article compares 45 different ways to measure college receiving production.

11 Jan 2019

2019 NFL Draft Prospect: Greg Dortch

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Wake Forest wide receiver Greg Dortch recently announced that he would forgo his final two years of college eligibility to declare for the NFL draft. Is he someone dynasty owners should be paying attention to? There are reasons both for optimism and for restraint.

calvin-ridley-falcons
10 Jan 2019

One Weird Trick for Finding Top WR Prospects: Early Declaration and Draft Age – The Wrong Read, No. 53

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Welcome to the 53rd installment of The Wrong Read. Does draft age really matter for wide receiver prospects? The truth may surprise you — at least if you’ve been following this column for a little while. As Karl Popper put it, the most important evolutionary advantage of the

lindsay
03 Jan 2019

Good Players Are Good: Why You Should Chase Rookie-Year Efficiency at RB – The Wrong Read, No. 52

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Welcome to the 52nd installment of The Wrong Read. Based on the number of articles appearing in this “weekly” series, one year has passed since we started. Strangely it’s taken about 16 months to get here. The thing is, time slows down as you approach a massive object like the

mike-williams-chargers
19 Dec 2018

Need Help in the Championship Round? Add a Williams: Using Expected Points to Inform Your Waiver Strategy

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If you’ve made it to the fantasy championship round in your league, you likely have a strong team. Waivers and free agent pickups might not be your top priority. But workloads are always changing. Players you wouldn’t have rostered weeks ago are now attractive.

elijah-mcguire
14 Dec 2018

Floor and Ceiling Projections and the Jets Franken-RB: Week 15 RB GLSP

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Game-Level Similarity Projections (GLSP) use historical matchup, team, player, and Vegas lines to generate situation-agnostic projections. The result is a range of outcomes. The low projection is the 25th-percentile point total from the most similar matchups. The high projection is the 75th-percentile result.

amari-cooper-dallas
11 Dec 2018

How the Cowboys Became a Team I Weirdly Want to Watch, and Other 2018 Mysteries: What Expected Points Are Telling Us After Week 14

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By now we have a good idea of who the best players in fantasy football are. But do we know who the best players in fantasy football should be, based on opportunity?

Keenan-Allen
06 Dec 2018

Some WRs On the Verge of Bouncebacks, and Some, Maybe Not: What Expected Points Are Telling Us After Week 13

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By now we have a good idea of who the best players in fantasy football are. But do we know who the best players in fantasy football should be, based on opportunity?

christian-mccaffrey-2018
30 Nov 2018

Concentrated Target Shares, Top Dynasty RBs, and Overvalued Receivers: What Expected Points Are Telling Us After Week 12

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By now we have a good idea of who the best players in fantasy football are. But do we know who the best players in fantasy football should be, based on opportunity?

tre'quan smith
22 Nov 2018

Rookie WRs Give Hope to Dynasty Owners: What Expected Points Are Telling Us After Week 11

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By now we have a good idea of who the best players in fantasy football are. But do we know who the best players in fantasy football should be, based on opportunity?