The following looks at the win rates((Win rate is a ratio defined by the number of times a player was on a first place roster divided by the total number of times that player was drafted. This analysis encompasses players drafted in at least 500 MFL10, MFL25, MFL50 or MFL100
Welcome to the 17th installment of the “The Wrong Read,” an article series that reflects on recent podcast episodes, pushing the ideas discussed on the podcasts to their logical conclusions and offering some further thoughts on the topics broached by the guests and hosts. By now you probably know whether
With one week left for the Best Ball Leaderboard, we are going to look at trends at the tight end and defensive positions and give them the love they normally don’t receive.
Last week I mentioned in the intro to this article that two weeks was a very small sample size to make much in the way of conclusions. This rang true in Week 3 which had a lot of variance.
Dave Caban and I are partnering on a concept to help understand the true value of players as it relates to achievements in Best Ball using a newer concept of Dave’s called Fantasy Utility and combining it with the Heat Maps that I wrote about this offseason.
Tyler Eifert is undervalued right now.
Carlos Hyde is one of the best running backs in the NFL, and the disrespect is ridiculous.
14 Team Mocker explains why he is overexposed to a basket of players, updated for the end of the MFL10 season.
You know the feeling you have after the perfect fantasy draft? The one where your draft slot allowed you to grab a personal favorite in Round 1 and then back it up with your favorite strategic approach? It’s the reason fantasy football is so much fun and the reason drafting
Chasing the dragon: When players like Isaiah Crowell win championships, they’re usually overvalued the next year.