DougMartin
23 Feb 2018

One More Chance for Perpetual Buy Low Doug Martin?

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The Buccaneers released Doug Martin after two disappointing seasons spoiled by injuries, suspensions, and poor efficiency. He played six seasons in Tampa after being drafted in the first round of the 2012 NFL draft. The Buccaneers drafted Martin with the 31st overall pick after trading up from the top of

thielen
22 Feb 2018

Alvin Kamara, Todd Gurley, Adam Thielen and All of Our Best Calls from 2017

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At our annual spring meeting, we reviewed our 2017 performance. We’ve already admitted our worst calls. Here are the best.

jameis-winston
20 Feb 2018

Dynasty Impact: Fifth-Year Option Candidates

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The 2017 season has only just ended. Plans and schemes for the 2018 campaign have only just begun to be hatched, but teams have a piece of business regarding the 2019 season to take care of first. Namely, whether or not they want to exercise the fifth-year options on first-players

Michael Thomas
20 Feb 2018

Death of the Stud Wide Receiver

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2017 took many great people from us far too soon: Mary Tyler Moore, Adam West, and the Stud Wide Receiver all passed. The 2017 season saw the lowest average PPR points by a top 12 wide receiver in over a decade. But why?

tarik-cohen
20 Feb 2018

Historical Comps for Tarik Cohen’s Rookie Season

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With the dust still settling on the 2017 season, we continue our look back at the rookie crop, specifically Tarik Cohen, through our RotoViz crystal ball, aka, the Screener App. While the Screener can’t foresee the future, it can give us a good idea of a player’s range of outcomes heading

jordanmatthews
19 Feb 2018

Whoops! Our Worst Calls of 2017

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As Team RotoViz gathers at headquarters for our annual meetings, we took some time to reflect on the season that was. In the spirit of full disclosure, here are the worst calls we made in 2017.

Wentz-Ertz
16 Feb 2018

A New Era of Attack Football Is Right Around the Corner

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If casual fans observed anything in Super Bowl LII, it’s how fun and exciting football can be when two effective offenses square off. To beat the Patriots, the Eagles needed to be aggressive and innovative. Coach Doug Pederson had to play to win. Too often in the risk-adverse NFL, head

bakermayfield
14 Feb 2018

Should Baker Mayfield Be the First Overall Pick? The Significance of College Passing Stats – The Wrong Read, No. 24

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Welcome to the 24th installment of the “The Wrong Read,” an article series that reflects on recent podcast episodes, pushing the ideas discussed on the podcasts to their logical conclusions and offering some further thoughts on the topics broached by the guests and hosts. Now that the Super Bowl is

Doug Pederson
07 Feb 2018

Who’s the Best Coach in the NFL? Fourth-Down Strategy – The Wrong Read, No. 23

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Welcome to the 23rd installment of the “The Wrong Read,” an article series that reflects on recent podcast episodes, pushing the ideas discussed on the podcasts to their logical conclusions and offering some further thoughts on the topics broached by the guests and hosts. The Eagles famously incorporated analytics into

oj
05 Feb 2018

Second Year Leap? Historical Comps for O.J. Howard

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Continuing our look back at the first year performance of some of the notable 2017 rookies, our focus now shifts to Tampa Bay Buccaneers first-round draft pick, tight end O.J. Howard. We’ll see how his numbers from the last season compare to other recent rookies, before looking at the good and