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Quick takeaways from the first week of preseason action, including thoughts on Raiders running back DeAndre Washington, Cardinals RB David Johnson, and more.
Real (preseason) football is finally here. Here are some quick takeaways from the first night of action, including thoughts on Matt Jones, Chris Thompson, Malcolm Mitchell, and more.
The writers here have been tinkering with our proprietary staff Projection Machine all offseason long to bring you the goods. The rankings goods, that is. Today, we bring you our top 12 RB projections.
Personally, I have no doubt that the Zero RB strategy is the dominant approach in your typical PPR league. But I understand not everyone feels that way. Even our own Ben Gretch, a Zero RB believer who has tried to remove people’s doubts, has described the strategy
While a lot of the work we do here at RotoViz and a lot of my own personal research is quantitative, I often find myself categorizing players in a more qualitative sense for the purposes of planning my draft strategy. That leads to questions like, who are the cheapest wide
One of the more bewildering things I’ve seen this offseason is people hyping up Blaine Gabbert. When confronted, the supporter will inevitably say something like, “It doesn’t matter if he’s bad so long as he scores fantasy points.”
One of the more common questions I see about the Zero RB draft strategy is, “how would this work in an auction draft?”
Now that the NFL draft is over and the high-impact free agents have found their homes, we can starting doing some early 2016 fantasy football projections. Today: the New York Giants, including a disappointing projection for Sterling Shepard that shows that being a WR2 isn’t that inherently valuable.
I don’t have any intention of playing in any 2QB fantasy football leagues this year, but I do think it’s important to dabble in other formats to stay flexible and open up your thinking. So when I saw that Joshua Lake was looking for people to participate in