In this series, RotoViz writers will be using the Draft Dashboard, the flagship tool of the FFDRAFTPREP Package, to practice approaching 2018 fantasy drafts. Twelve authors will be participating and each will be mock-drafting from a different starting position, using the tool. The aim of this series is to outline the
It’s the most hype-iest time of the year. Everyone’s a sleeper, and those who aren’t are just post-hype sleepers.
Antonio Brown will probably lead the league in targets this year. But if he doesn’t, the next most likely receiver to do it is Keenan Allen
Last week, I introduced the concept of Historical Distribution Scores (HDS). The score is a simple and efficient way to describe a player’s range of outcomes based on his historical projections. In this post, we’ll first visual historical distributions for the top-50 RBs, based on MFL10 ADP, and then review calculated
Are you the kind of shopper who happily snaps up the the dented can of the brand name item that’s been marked down? Then this is the series for you. After all, why pay more when you can get the job done for less?
The four wide receivers likely to be the first off the board are almost universally Antonio Brown, DeAndre Hopkins, Julio Jones, and Odell Beckham. Assuming health, each will likely be among the target leaders.
We talk a lot about high-level draft strategies like Zero RB here at RotoViz, but on draft day, you also need to adapt your strategy to the value available from particular players. For example, if you know about a likely WR2 who will be available in the ninth round, then it makes sense
Welcome to the 2018 Zero RB candidates countdown where we help you find inexpensive RBs to destroy your league. You can use the list to fill out your Zero RB squad or build Flex upside into a RB-heavy start.
Volume is king at the wide receiver position when it comes to fantasy value in PPR leagues. And if you’ve been reading RotoViz for any significant amount of time, you’ll know that we typically advocate for drafting the WR positions in the early rounds. But if you get
The offseason John Brown hype is once again in full swing and maybe stronger than ever before. It’s been three years since his last fully healthy season though, and his past injuries and Baltimore’s recent passing woes have kept his ADP from shooting through the roof — but