Record Breakers, Potential Busts, and Under-the-Radar Outperformers: What Expected Points Are Telling Us After Week 6
By now we have a good idea of who the best players in fantasy football are. But do we know who the best players in fantasy football should be, based on opportunity?
Waiver Wire Dumpster Diving takes you beyond the obvious plays and helps you find undervalued gems for deep leagues.
RotoViz provides advice on players to target and fade on your fantasy football waiver wire.
Shawn Siegele combs the RotoViz apps and breaks down 15 of the most fantasy-relevant developments from Week 6. Why 15? That’s the jersey number of ultimate quarterback Patrick Mahomes.
There’s no doubt that at likely many points this season, you’ve gone back to look at your league’s draft board to see what might have been. We have two teams in the FFPC Main Event, one we drafted from the first pick (referred to as “the good team”), and one
Welcome back to Talkin’ Trades, a weekly column that will highlight players to target today before their prices change tomorrow.
Tomorrow’s Moves Today – Week 6: Leveraging Strength of Schedule and Team Level Trends To Stay Ahead of the Competition
Tomorrow’s Moves Today uses the strength of schedule tabs included in the Weekly Stat Explorer to identify team positional units with favorable/unfavorable upcoming schedules and players on the related teams that should be targeted or avoided.
This column chronicles the ups and downs of the team drafted with three friends in the FFPC’s Terminator contest – one player from our roster must be eliminated each week. The first installment outlined the tournament rules.
The 3 and Out focuses on using the Weekly Stat Explorer to uncover significant workload changes, league, team, and player-specific trends, and hidden but powerful statistics. Note that metrics and statistics referenced in this article are sourced from the Weekly Stat Explorer. As a result, offensive rankings, for example, are based
GLSP uses historical matchup, team, player, and Vegas lines to generate situation-agnostic running back projections. The low projection is equivalent to the 25th percentile point total from the comparable matchups. The median projection provides a benchmark, with even odds of the player producing more or less. The high projection is equivalent to