Winning The Flex Week 3
22 Sep 2017

Winning The Flex: Week 3 Edition

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Here’s the first article of a series I’ll be rolling out every Friday which highlights a few guys you should consider sliding into your flex spot(s) if you own them or can pick them up as a plug and play.

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18 Aug 2017

Jermaine Gresham Has Some Deep Sleeper Appeal

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As we inch closer to the start of the fantasy season, this is the time where we dig deep to find those potential diamonds in the rough. Here are a few reasons Jermaine Gresham could be a fantasy asset nobody sees coming.

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26 Jul 2017

A Simple Way to Find Better Zero RB Targets

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If you are a RotoViz subscriber, then it’s safe to assume you are familiar with the Zero RB draft strategy. The theory is based around locking down the premier handcuffs and benefitting from the inevitable injuries at the running back position. While I’m a big proponent of the strategy,

Yards Per Attempt NFC East/West
17 May 2017

Yards Per Attempt And What It Means For 2017: NFC East/West

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I first read about yards before contact or “vision yards” in this article by Zero RB inventor Shawn Siegele. He explained that while it’s useful to see which running backs had the best blocking, it also helps to identify which backs got more than what was blocked on

Elijah McGuire
02 May 2017

2017 NFL Draft Reaction: Elijah McGuire Goes To The New York Jets

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Elijah McGuire was drafted 188th overall by the New York Jets. On the surface this appears to be nothing more than the team adding depth but this look into yards per attempt suggests starter Matt Forte may be on his last legs. If true, the rookie RB could be thrust into a

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29 Apr 2017

2017 NFL Draft Reaction: Chad Williams Goes To The Arizona Cardinals

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Chad Williams was drafted 98th overall by the Arizona Cardinals. From a redraft perspective, our opportunity scores suggest he’s gone to a neutral situation.

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27 Apr 2017

Yards Per Attempt And What It Means For 2017:NFC North/South

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I first read about Yards Before Contact or “Vision Yards” in this article by Zero RB inventor Shawn Siegele. Shawn explained that while it’s useful to see which running backs had the best blocking, it also helps to identify which backs got more than what was blocked on average.

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19 Apr 2017

Visualizing the Careers of the 2017 Quarterback Class

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One of my favorite RotoViz pieces over the years was Jon Moore’s “Visualizing the Careers Of Wide Receiver Prospects.”  Jon charted the college production of successful NFL WRs and then compared their numbers to each incoming rookie class. While he’s moved on to Pro Football Focus, I thought it could be fun to

RB Yards Per Attempt 2017
07 Apr 2017

Yards Per Attempt and What It Means For 2017: AFC East and West

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I first read about Yards Before Contact or “Vision Yards” in this article by Zero RB inventor Shawn Siegele. Shawn explained that while it’s useful to see which running backs had the best blocking, it also helps to identify which backs got more than what was blocked on average.

Yards Per Attempt 2017
07 Apr 2017

Yards Per Attempt & What It Means For 2017: AFC North/South

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I first read about Yards Before Contact or “Vision Yards” in this article by Zero RB inventor Shawn Siegele. Shawn explained that while it’s useful to see which running backs had the best blocking, it also helps to identify which backs got more than what was blocked on average.