Last August, I wrote about Matt Ryan’s bad season discount. At the time, Ryan had an ADP of QB20. It seemed too obvious to me that Ryan was a huge value, having finished in the top 10 in five of six years prior to 2015. He went on
High-stakes player and RotoViz Radio host Jacob Rickrode shares his blueprint for building a consistent playoff team. He recently updated his famous article on Rookie Hit Rates for Rotoworld. I’ve found this process to be very successful in building dynasty teams that compete every year. I don’t believe
Every year there are several players that outperform their ADPs. These are players that have a history of producing big stats but are coming off a bad or injury filled season. Their draft price is depressed as a result.
All 2016 predictions that follow are in PPR scoring. If you’re still playing in standard scoring leagues, it’s time to take off the training wheels.
Yearly positional ranking has become the backbone of my preseason analysis for several reasons. It has dynasty and redraft application. It gives a nice snap shot of how a player compares to the rest of the league. Looking at stats by year can be overwhelming whereas the positional ranking simplifies
This article is a nod to Matthew Berry’s annual 100 Fantasy Football Facts which has long been a preseason must read. As Berry states in his articles, these numbers can be skewed several different ways. There’s always more to the story, but facts are facts.
The third play caller in this series doesn’t have the name recognition of others. He really should though. Chan Gailey has a nice history of fantasy producers that have flown under the radar in drafts.
Drew Brees will be 37 years old this season. If this causes you any pause, allow me to remind you that another 37-year-old, Peyton Manning, holds the single season passing yardage and touchdown records (5477 yards, 55 TDs).
The theme of this series is displaying how play calling has and will often elevate certain players to top scoring fantasy seasons.
This is the beginning of a series that examines play calling and its correlation with the top scoring seasons. DeAngelo Williams and Darren McFadden were late round or waiver wire picks in 2015. C.J. Anderson and Justin Forsett were the same in 2014. All four were difference making, potentially league