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19 Apr 2017

Is Devonta Freeman an Early Round Landmine?

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The early rounds of 2017 MFL10 drafts are a chilling place to be. The dread begins to creep in late in the first round, once we leave the land of the elite eight, and doesn’t really ease up until the noose begins to loosen around the fourth round.

DraftMatrix_Onesies
18 Apr 2017

MFL10 Optimization Part 2: Solving the Onesie Positions

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In part one of this project, we followed the evolution of a fictional 2016 MFL10 draft from an inefficient mess into a league full of optimized rosters. That first step provided us with some general guidelines for roster construction. Now we dig a bit deeper, in search of more detailed

DraftMatrix
10 Apr 2017

MFL10 Optimization: Evolution of a Perfect Draft

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What would an MFL10 draft look like if all twelve players knew exactly what they were doing? You may never have asked yourself that question, but I have spent more time thinking about roster construction than I care to admit, so I decided to find out how an “optimized” draft

Brandon Lafell
05 Apr 2017

The Most Undervalued Wide Receivers Right Now

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It’s early April and My Fantasy League MFL10s are in full swing. Even if you don’t participate, MFL10 ADP is an important bellwether. It sends important signals about how players will be valued later this summer in redraft leagues, and serves as a proxy for determining current values in dynasty leagues. Here’s

rookie rankings
05 Apr 2017

Opportunity Scores: The Top Landing Spots for Rookie Wide Receivers

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A couple years ago, I attempted to create a numbers-based formula for determining which teams are the best landing spots for rookie wide receivers. In fantasy and real football, performance is largely a function of opportunity, whether created through talent, draft position or a lack of roster competition.

Martavis Bryant
04 Apr 2017

Wide Receivers that are Overvalued in Current MFL10s

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It’s early April and My Fantasy League MFL10s are in full swing. Even if you don’t participate, MFL10 ADP is an important bellwether. It sends important signals about how players will be valued later this summer in redraft leagues, and serves as a proxy for determining current values in dynasty leagues. Here’s

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03 Apr 2017

Deshaun Watson, Mitchell Trubisky and the Importance of Sample Size

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I was happy to see Rotoworld’s Josh Norris recognize the importance of sample size while recently predicting that the analytical wizards with the Cleveland Browns will prefer Deshaun Watson to Mitchell Trubisky come draft day. 

ginn
29 Mar 2017

If Not For the Highlight Drops, Ted Ginn Would Get Really Expensive

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When Brandin Cooks was traded to the Patriots, a clear role was opened up within the Saints offense and “coincidentally,” in the weeks prior to the trade, they had signed a wide receiver fully capable of filling the Cooks void, Ted Ginn.

darrensproles
17 Mar 2017

Four Late Round Boom/Bust Picks

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Last off-season, I found four candidates poised to be later-round values due to their highly volatile scoring trends.  Mentioned within that article were the overall QB8, RB8, and WR27. The only noticeable miss was at tight end position. I’m back again this year to find some late-round gems that could

Construction
27 Feb 2017

MFL10 Roster Construction: What Worked in 2016?

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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.