terrelle-pryor
13 Feb 2017

The Free Agency Mock Draft of Glory – Round 2

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You know the drill. We’re putting a RotoViz twist on the mock draft, by mock-drafting free agents. You can find the first round here. Let’s dive in to the second round.

kirkcousins
10 Feb 2017

The Free Agency Mock Draft of Glory – Round One

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RotoViz has ramped up its coverage of free agency this offseason. We’ve looked at team needs. We’ve looked at cap space. We’ve monitored the rumor mill. We’ve even ranked 169 free agents. The next logical step is figuring out where the free agents end

Bill Parcells Belichick
10 Feb 2017

Rotoviz Roundtable: 6 Questions For 5 of Our Elder Statesmen

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On the fourth anniversary of the site launch, we have been looking back and reflecting on our history. Five long-time contributors that helped shape the site’s direction and cement its reputation, shared their thoughts about not only playing fantasy football, but also writing about it.

DraftKings NASCAR Kansas
09 Feb 2017

The 2017 NASCAR DFS Season Primer – Toyota Drivers

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Here’s your 2017 NASCAR DFS season preview for the Toyota drivers. I’ll touch on their strengths, weaknesses, and expected range of outcomes, along with a pointer or two here or there for when to use these drivers in certain DFS contests. There’s also a table at the end with the

fantasy football apps
09 Feb 2017

Do We Really Need to Predict Efficiency? Probably Not

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Before the 2016 season, I made some efficiency-agnostic projections. The idea was to test whether accurate projections could ignore efficiency. Could we make decent projections by assuming league-average efficiency across the board?

draftkings week 9
09 Feb 2017

Bounce Back or Fall Back? Bargain Tight Ends from 2016

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After a stellar year for tight ends not called Rob Gronkowski in 2015, the position came crashing back down to earth in 2016.

Pythagorean wins
08 Feb 2017

Pythagorean Wins: Who Got Lucky in 2016

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Although NFL sabermetrics aren’t nearly on the same level as MLB sabermetrics, one useful metric is Pythagorean wins. Pythagorean wins are used to determine the number of games a team “should have won” based off of their points for and points against. I’m going to look at which teams won

RobGronkowski
07 Feb 2017

Bounce Back or Fall Back? 2016 Tight End Busts

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After a stellar year for tight ends not called Rob Gronkowski in 2015, the position came crashing back down to earth in 2016.

Ron Burgundy
06 Feb 2017

Head-to-Head Best Ball: The Greatest Seasonal Format of All Time

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These days I focus primarily on daily fantasy sports — that comes with the gig at FantasyLabs — but like most fantasy-obsessed people I got my start years ago in a regular seasonal league with some friends, and that league is amazingly still active. I will always have a

Tyrell Williams
03 Feb 2017

Bounce Back, or Fall Back? Wide Receiver Hits from 2016

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Back in August and September, when the world seemed a much nicer place, people took to their fantasy draft rooms and committed their 2016 futures to a whole host of players. Some players under performed, while some delivered untold riches to their fantasy owners. Here we will look at five