chesterrogers
19 Oct 2018

The 3 and Out for Week 7: Workloads, Trends and Hidden Statistics

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The 3 and Out uses the Weekly Stat Explorer to uncover significant workload changes, league, team, and player-specific trends, and hidden but powerful statistics. Note that metrics and statistics referenced in this article are sourced from the Weekly Stat Explorer. As a result, offensive rankings, for example, are based upon tool

perfect fantasy draft
13 Oct 2018

Tomorrow’s Moves Today – Week 6: Leveraging Strength of Schedule and Team Level Trends To Stay Ahead of the Competition

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Tomorrow’s Moves Today uses the strength of schedule tabs included in the Weekly Stat Explorer to identify team positional units with favorable/unfavorable upcoming schedules and players on the related teams that should be targeted or avoided.

lataviusmurray
12 Oct 2018

The 3 and Out for Week 6: Workloads, Trends and Hidden Statistics

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The 3 and Out focuses on using the Weekly Stat Explorer to uncover significant workload changes, league, team, and player-specific trends, and hidden but powerful statistics. Note that metrics and statistics referenced in this article are sourced from the Weekly Stat Explorer. As a result, offensive rankings, for example, are based

james white fantasy
04 Oct 2018

The 3 and Out for Week 5: Workloads, Trends and Hidden Statistics

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The 3 and Out focuses on using the Weekly Stat Explorer to uncover significant workload changes, league, team, and player-specific trends, and hidden but powerful statistics. Note that metrics and statistics referenced in this article are sourced from the Weekly Stat Explorer. As a result, offensive rankings, for example, are based

Doug Baldwin
28 Sep 2018

The 3 and Out for Week 4: Workloads, Trends, and Hidden Statistics

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The 3 and Out focuses on using the Weekly Stat Explorer to uncover significant workload changes, league, team, and player-specific trends, and hidden but powerful statistics. Note that metrics and statistics referenced in this article are sourced from the Weekly Stat Explorer. As a result, offensive rankings, for example, are based

Case_Keenum
21 Sep 2018

Tomorrow’s Moves Today: Leveraging SOS and Team Level Trends To Stay Ahead of the Competition

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Tomorrow’s Moves Today uses the strength of schedule tabs included in the Weekly Stat Explorer to identify team positional units with favorable/unfavorable upcoming schedules and players on the related teams that should be targeted or avoided.

Austin-Hooper-Patrick-Chung
20 Sep 2018

3 and Out: Workloads, Trends and Hidden Statistics

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The 3 and Out focuses on using the Weekly Stat Explorer to uncover significant workload changes, league, team, and player-specific trends, and hidden but powerful statistics. Note that metrics and statistics referenced in this article are sourced from the Weekly Stat Explorer. As a result, offensive rankings, for example, are

russellwilson
28 Aug 2018

RotoViz Ultimate Rankings: Projections, Historical Distributions, ADP, and Tiers Combined

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Throughout the summer, I built a set of subjective projections, used historical projections to develop Historical Distribution Scores (HDS), and ensured that the RotoViz tiers maintained in the Draft Dashboard (DD) were updated by our awesome group of “tierers”.

LeveonBell
27 Aug 2018

A Complete Set of 2018 Projections: Updated

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On August 15, I released a full set of projections for the 2018 season. I’ve made significant updates since then which are included in the following tables. Currently, it’s unclear how significant the injury Marqise Lee suffered this weekend is. To give you a sense of the ramifications that a

jack-doyle
27 Aug 2018

TE Historical Distribution Scores: Doyle Impresses, Seferian-Jenkins Surprises, and Rodulph Disappoints

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Earlier in the month, I introduced the concept of Historical Distribution Scores (HDS). The score is a simple and efficient way to describe a player’s range of outcomes based on his historical projections. In this post, we’ll first visual historical distributions for the top-20 TEs, based on average ADP, and then review