MarquezNorth2
29 Feb 2016

3 Wide Receiver Prospects Who Won The Combine

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Earlier this week, I posted the results of my wide receiver regression tree analysis on what NFL combine measurements and drills, and in which combinations, matter for early career success. 

markus wheaton
25 Feb 2016

Ignore Jesse James, Draft Markus Wheaton (or Sammie Coates) in 2016

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Some big news came out of Pittsburgh last week when Heath Miller announced that he would be retiring after 11 NFL seasons. The natural reaction to this was to think about Jesse James and his potential role with the Steelers in 2016. However, upon reviewing some information about Todd Haley and the Steelers,

draft strategy
22 Feb 2016

How Old is Too Old for Danny Woodhead?

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Did you know that Danny Woodhead is 16 months older than Marshawn Lynch? He’s older than Maurice Jones-Drew. He’s older than Laurence Maroney.

theoriddick
22 Feb 2016

What to Do About Detroit’s Running Backs

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When I read that Joique Bell had been cut, part of me felt like trotting out the Funeral Blues. But life, and more importantly, fantasy football, goes on. The obvious takeaway is that the rest of Detroit’s running backs get a bump in value. But who gets the bump?

dougbaldwin
22 Feb 2016

Round by Round Results for MFL10 Win Rates

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Recently I’ve been doing some positional forensic work on 2015 My Fantasy League MFL10s. For this post I thought I’d look at things from a round-by-round draft perspective instead.

Tyler Lockett Doug Baldwin
22 Feb 2016

It’s Possible Antonio Brown and Russell Wilson Are Even Better Than We Think

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This article is the first in a series that explores the concept of Fantasy Points per Team Attempt. It is an extension of the larger concept of evaluating fantasy football through market share, the idea in which RotoViz signature concepts Dominator Rating and Workhorse Score are rooted.

LamarMiller
19 Feb 2016

A Miami RB Will Have One of the League’s Most Valuable Workloads in 2016

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Lamar Miller might leave Miami this offseason. If he stays, he has a real shot to finally prove he can be a workhorse back. If he goes, that opportunity might fall into Jay Ajayi‘s lap. Either way, a close look at Adam Gase’s tendencies makes me believe we’ll see a feature back in Miami

fantasy football apps
19 Feb 2016

The Tight Ends that Won MFL10s in 2015

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This is a continuation of a series looking at which players won My Fantasy League MFL10s in 2015. If you’re unfamiliar with the format, you’ll find many of the lessons applicable to regular redraft leagues as well.

Juliocover
19 Feb 2016

The Wide Receivers that Won MFL10s in 2015

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This is the continuation of a series looking at which players won My Fantasy League MFL10s in 2015. If you’re unfamiliar with the format, you’ll find many of the lessons applicable to regular redraft leagues as well.

Cam-Newton
19 Feb 2016

The Quarterbacks that Won MFL10s in 2015

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Part five of a series looking at which players won My Fantasy League MFL10s in 2015. If you’re unfamiliar with the format, you’ll find many of the lessons applicable to regular redraft leagues as well. Joshua Lake also took a look at MFL10-winning QBs.