In January, I took at look at the players with the best and worst win rates across 2016 MFL10 best-ball leagues. Here, the focus shifts to roster construction. Roster construction is defined by the number of players a team drafts at each position.
MFL10 season is underway! If you are one of the sick degenerates who could not bear the last month of detox from fantasy football, then you are probably chomping at the bit. For those of you in the “but how can you pick players if free agency has not even started yet”
If you’ve been around RotoViz for any length of time, you know we like making range of outcome-based projections. And we’ve got a fantastic Screener to facilitate that. My goal is to set some expectations for the 2016 rookie wide receivers.
There are some things that people do that make the rest of us look on and ask, “why would you do that?” Like putting milk into the cup before the tea, or listening to a One Direction album without earmuffs. But there is an affliction that affects a small subset
I took a stab at predicting MFL10 QB ADP and highlighted the weak relationship between win rate and how late teams waited on quarterback. No quarterback drafted outside the top-153 picks had a positive win rate (anything over 10 percent) but the overall relationship between QB ADP and team success
Some will say I’m a dreamer, but others will simply say I was right. Last year, I proclaimed the death of late-round QB for MFL10 bestball drafts, writing in May:
While I had a great many things to be thankful for this holiday season, luck from the fantasy gods did not feel like one of them. It was a deeply frustrating season that was terrible for my mental health, as my dreams of the fantasy playoffs were dashed for the majority
With the 2016 fantasy season over, I’m here to remind you to take player notes now for your 2017 redraft leagues.
I am going to take a look at how running backs and wide receivers drafted inside the first five rounds of fantasy football drafts have performed so far. I will look at average performance, performance relative to ADP, positional variance, average games played, and proportion of players who have played in
Rishard Matthews played behind Andre Johnson and Harry Douglas in the Titans third preseason game, and it may be time to panic.