The 3 and Out uses 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 on tool-specific
QB rankings and streaming advice for Week 16 of the 2018 fantasy football season.
Welcome to the 2018 Game Level Similarity Projections (GLSP) for wide receivers, a weekly column designed to help you identify high-upside standouts and set your season-long lineups. GLSP uses historical matchup, team, player, and Vegas lines to generate situation-agnostic projections. The low projection is equivalent to the 25th-percentile point total from the comparable
Veteran high stakes fantasy football player Monty Phan chronicles his season.
Need Help in the Championship Round? Add a Williams: Using Expected Points to Inform Your Waiver Strategy
If you’ve made it to the fantasy championship round in your league, you likely have a strong team. Waivers and free agent pickups might not be your top priority. But workloads are always changing. Players you wouldn’t have rostered weeks ago are now attractive.
Shawn Siegele discusses the Apex Experts finals, looking back at his 2018 draft strategy and contrasting it with the path taken by finals opponent Denny Carter.
It’s Championship week in 2018, so we have the Game Level Similarity Projection numbers for Tight Ends as we head into this crucial week in fantasy football. These projections are here to help you make the right lineup decisions for the week ahead.
Here is my weekly look back at the most targeted wide receivers from the most recent slate of NFL games. I’ll offer my thoughts on some of the players who’ve made the list this week, looking back on their recent usage to see if we can glean any information as to
The end is officially here in all sane fantasy leagues, as we’ve hit Week 16. That means Championships are now solidly up for grabs. Luckily, for people who are still in the title hunt, we at RotoViz are with you right to the end. With that in mind, the RotoViz Game Level Similarity
Derrius Guice, Washington’s rookie running back, tore his ACL during the preseason. Over 90 percent of NFL athletes who tear their ACL are able to return to their previous level of play. In fact, these days, it’s almost assumed that will happen without fail. When that doesn’t occur in