Like many RotoViz writers, I take a heavily numbers-based approach to fantasy football. In dynasty, whenever I get new ADP, is to compare current prices to expected prices, which I estimate using projections for next year and age. Large discrepancies between those two give me a set of players to
Contributing to the RotoViz staff projections for the first time this year was a daunting prospect for me. There are over a hundred wide receivers alone about which we needed to make accurate estimates of fantasy points.
Outside of fantasy football, my main hobby is investing. It feels like I spend an equally absurd amount of time reading about that subject as I do fantasy football. Then again, it’s hard to say for sure because it’s easy to lose track of which subject I’m actually reading about
In my last article, I discussed four ways in which fantasy football is just like investing. We left off by talking about the curious fact that, in general, as more people start to realize that a particular trade is a good idea, the less it actually is a good idea. That happens
While I had a great many things to be thankful for this holiday season, luck from the fantasy gods did not feel like one of them. It was a deeply frustrating season that was terrible for my mental health, as my dreams of the fantasy playoffs were dashed for the majority
To a new dynasty player, the most glaring difference from redraft is probably the enormous premium put on youth. The corresponding discount available on old players is so stark that you could skip the first three rounds of a startup draft and probably still put together a respectable redraft team.
I was very excited about C.J. Prosise going into the NFL draft. Like many RotoViz readers, his name was in bold on my spreadsheets. Dreams of grabbing a little-known running back who would go on to fantasy stardom were dancing in my head. I was even more excited when my