You know the feeling you have after the perfect fantasy draft? The one where your draft slot allowed you to grab a personal favorite in Round 1 and then back it up with your favorite strategic approach? It’s the reason fantasy football is so much fun and the reason drafting
Here’s part two of an eight-part series going division by division to answer the question of how many fantasy producers each offense can support.
What if we looked at historical production in each offense from a position/role agnostic viewpoint, and simply asked: how many fantasy-viable players can it support?
I’ve been writing about forecasting a lot lately, but I haven’t spent a great deal of time discussing specific ways I think you can use the macro trends to your advantage in 2017 drafts. Let’s do that.
One of the most exciting trends in fantasy football is the continued advancement of predictive analytics.
One of the keys to pulling off a fantasy football draft strategy like Zero RB is grabbing a stable of backs with upside late in your draft.
Last week I started the process of reviewing the FF Accounting Series from last summer, where I examined coaching trends for all 32 teams and made naive projections for 2016 based on a weighted average of those trends. Let’s finish that review by analyzing 2016 target and rush attempt splits.
Cort Smith has been doing an awesome series asking why drafters are buying some of the most over-hyped players in fantasy when reasonable alternatives sit there for the plucking rounds later. Well, Hunter Henry’s one of them, and there’s a better alternative who costs half the price.
Did you know that for four consecutive years, NFL teams have averaged the fewest rush attempts in league history? How about that for four consecutive years, the league-wide completion percentage has been higher than ever before? Or that NFL teams run plays out of the shotgun formation
In fantasy football, we often cite prior coaching trends when projecting the future. But how accurate is the assumption that past coaching trends predict future coaching trends?