CJSpiller
17 Jul 2015

RotoViz Round Table: Here’s a Long List of Stuff We Might Have Gotten Wrong

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We’ve spent a lot of time prognosticating this offseason. We’re still confident in most of our calls. Some…not so much. As training camp approaches, our staff took some time for quiet reflection and identified the calls we’re most afraid will be wrong.

RussellWilson
15 Jul 2015

The Rundown: Russell Wilson, Dez Bryant, Jimmy Graham, and More

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Russell Wilson, QB Contract talks between Wilson and the Seahawks seem to have broken down. Popular opinion suggests Seattle has two options: pay him a market-level contract, or use the franchise tag. I humbly suggest there’s a third option: YOLOQB! Here’s how our own Editor-in-chief describes the strategy:

AndreEllington
13 Jul 2015

You’re Fired: Annual Running Back Consistency and Turnover

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In real life, I sometimes have to hire – or fire – people. It’s not personal, it’s business. To keep track of the comings and goings, our corporate HR department tracks annual employee turnover using a simple formula: Separations / Total Positions = Turnover Rate I thought I’d apply the same

TE Projections
09 Jul 2015

You’re Fired: Annual Tight End Consistency and Turnover

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In real life, I sometimes have to hire – or fire – people. It’s not personal, it’s business. To keep track of the comings and goings, our corporate HR department tracks annual employee turnover using a simple formula: Separations / Total Positions = Turnover Rate I thought I’d apply the same

DrewBrees
08 Jul 2015

You’re Fired: Annual Quarterback Consistency and Turnover

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In real life, I sometimes have to hire – or fire – people. It’s not personal, it’s business. To keep track of the comings and goings, our corporate HR department tracks annual employee turnover using a simple formula: Separations / Total Positions = Turnover Rate I thought I’d apply the same

Detroit-Lions-Matthew-Stafford-ran-through-snow-during-his
07 Jul 2015

8 Dynasty Startup Mistakes & How to Avoid Them

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The Dynasty App offers a number of useful features, among them the ability to review dynasty startup ADP and spot situations to exploit, or avoid. Here are 10 players to avoid at their current ADPs, and some recommendations for alternate selections. While I’m writing in the context of a dynasty start up,

AmariCooper
07 Jul 2015

We Might Be Expecting Too Much From Amari Cooper

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Amari Cooper was the first wide receiver selected in this year’s NFL draft, and expectations are high for his rookie season. Team RotoViz likes Cooper a lot as well – perhaps too much. Here’s our staff composite projection for Cooper’s rookie season. Player Proj Finish FP Tar Rec Yds YPR TD

Martavis Bryant
07 Jul 2015

Wide Receiver Values: Marques Colston, Torrey Smith, and More

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Cheap pass catchers. It’s what Dire Straits was really singing about. Here’s a quick rundown of some wide receiver values, courtesy of the ADP Arbitrage App.

JeffJanis
07 Jul 2015

Green Bay Packers News & Notes

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Jared Abbrederis is on the roster bubble, in part because Jeff Janis is “way ahead of him.” Might want to acquire Janis if your bench has room. If you look at all the non-Jordy Nelson, non-Randall Cobb receivers in Green Bay, Janis looks to be the best of the bunch.

damaraultman
03 Jul 2015

Deep Sleeper Wide Receivers: How Low Can You Go?

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As both the NFL and fantasy seasons are on summer vacation, I thought I’d take a quick look at some deep sleeper wide receivers that might, maybe, possibly, have some fantasy relevance later. Odds are against these players; think of this exercise as updating your emergency waiver claim lists. To get an