Whether you plan on drafting your teams Zero RB, Zero WR, or good ole best available in 2015, there will come a point in time where you are going to want to invest in a deep sleeper. Someone who can provide much better value than their current ADP suggests, and
The FFPC was nice enough to provide us access to the FFPC API which allows you to do things like get draft results and see what free agents are available in specific leagues. I want to do some digging on the data because I think it can answer some
From Buffalo News: There’s a reason Harvin has already been with three teams… and has yet to establish himself as a strong receiving presence. Despite his veteran status, Harvin needed plenty of detailed instruction on how to run routes during the offseason. He made progress, but needs to make more.
This article is part of a series comparing positional ADP to positional projections from the Similarity Scores Apps. I covered the QBs here. If you’ve already read that one, feel free to skip down to the player-specific takeaways. I think the Similarity Scores Apps are pretty amazing, and they tend
Fantasy football drafts are all about value, and that’s especially true of auction drafts. By combining our composite projections, which you can find in the Cheat Sheet Calculator and Best Ball ADP apps, and My Fantasy League’s average auction values I was able to boil value down into a single number. Without
We sent out the bat signal to the RotoViz writing crew to make a case for the players they want 100% exposure to in 2015. This is what they sent in.
In 2014, ten of the top-12 quarterbacks outperformed their ADPs. As was the case with my previous articles, which covered wide receivers and running backs who consistently outperformed their ADPs, the purpose of this article is not to project where any of these players finish in 2015. We’re looking at opportunities
After Jimmy Graham was traded to the Seahawks back in March, most people are expecting some kind of decline from the perennial stud tight end this season. He comes in as the TE3 in our collaborative projections, and Mike Braude thinks he’s a player to avoid if you want to win your
Harry Douglas ESPN projects the Titans’ starting wide receivers to be Kendall Wright and…Harry Douglas. That’s an interesting, but not unreasonable, projection. First, Justin Hunter has been a disappointment when he’s played, and his recent off field problems might see him suspended or even released, depending on the outcome. There’s no guarantee he