Our official 2017 Rotoviz Scouting Index (RSI) is off and running with multiple editions tracking the early player movement at the offensive skill positions. Last year Charles Kleinheksel already had five offensive editions out before I published the first defensive version. This year he has four editions in before mine so I’m getting quicker.
As we enter the prime months for devy drafts, I’ll review the possibilities at the linebacker position. The last time we looked at IDP Devy players we learned a lot from the few available measurables.
We’re still at the beginning stages of the NFL offseason calendar but with teams changing coaching staffs, players set to enter free agency, and all of the randomness in the National Football League, it’s never too early to start planning for 2017. On offense, I took a look last week
I noticed Ha Ha Clinton-Dix currently has an ADP a few notches higher than Morgan Burnett, so I decided to project each for 2016. Recency bias is a key factor in any fantasy format and in season long leagues it must be dealt with. I analyzed Burnett and Clinton-Dix’s statistical dynamics in Green Bay and believe this information could
Now that a good amount of ADP and rankings data is coming in there are some conclusions that I’ve drawn based on my projections at each position.
I believe there are at least three rookie linebackers who have three-down ability, and most importantly you can take them deep into your rookie drafts. Last year I suggested bypassing the big names at linebacker in your rookie drafts and instead draft a linebacker such as Kwon Alexander much later. I even
Charles Kleinheksel is keeping us updated on scouting sentiment at the offensive positions via the RotoViz Scouting Index (RSI). Here’s an IDP rookie version using a similar methodology.
We have an excellent offensive rookie draft prospect tracking system here at RotoViz. I hope to give those that wish to follow IDP something similar, but in a different format.
Camp news is coming fast and furious so I’ll highlight some important movements as they relate to value creation or destruction in IDP.
While it’s not new to IDP circles that certain stadium crews are more likely to award tackles than assists and some award assists at an even higher rate, I thought it would be helpful to visualize these stadium differences. By averaging the number of solo tackles per play at the stadiums these are