Shortly after the NFL draft, we got together and ranked the 2016 rookies. Consider this an enhanced preseason update. These aren’t just rankings – they’re projections, based on all the offseason information we’ve absorbed, and generated by the Projection Machine.
RotoViz has a great new Screener App, that helps you do some sophisticated analysis and regression work in just a few clicks. Here’s an exercise I did, using the Screener to create a wide receiver projection model, which I then compared to our composite staff projections. There
RotoViz has a great new Screener App, that helps you do some sophisticated analysis and regression work in just a few clicks. Here’s an exercise I did, using the Screener to create a running back projection model, which I then compared to our composite staff projections. There are some interesting
Doug Baldwin and Russell Wilson probably won you your league last year (or caused you mass amounts of grief trying to fade them). Is this offensive juggernaut headed for a repeat in 2016?
Now that the NFL draft has ended, we can revisit our pre-draft rookie rankings and update them. Sixteen RotoViz scribes got together and ranked the top 60 dynasty fantasy football rookies.
We saved the best for last. Here’s the 2016 pre-NFL draft RotoViz rookie wide receiver rankings.
After knocking out quarterback and tight end, we’re moving on to the more interesting positions. Here’s the RotoViz 2016 pre-NFL draft rookie running back rankings.
Continuing our pre-NFL draft rookie rankings, here’s where we stand on the tight end prospects.
We’ve been busy working our spreadsheets preparing for the draft. This weekend we compared results and came up with our pre-draft NFL rookie rankings. Up first, quarterbacks.
Building on an idea from last year, we’ll try to aggregate prospect rankings from some of the higher profile sites. We’ll update this occasionally to get a sense of whether a prospect’s 2016 NFL Draft status is heading up or down. And we’ll use this index as a