Dynasty rankings are in constant flux, and staying informed is the key to making roster decisions for your fantasy football team. The Dynasty Watch series highlights some key takeaways from each week’s games.
It’s Week 6, folks, but as the season gets older the lineup decisions for fantasy owners don’t get any easier. I’m back once again with tight end GLSP data for the week ahead, courtesy of the great Dave Caban. This data is also available in the Weekly Stat Explorer.
You don’t have to tell me that tight end is a colossal dumpster fire so this season. Believe me, I am painfully aware of the fact. I mean, do you think I want to bring my children up in a world where Jared Cook is the overall TE1? Or where Rob Gronkowski has failed
It’s Week 4 folks, as unbelievable as it seems. I am back once again with GLSP data from the mensch Dave Caban to identify tight ends to target this week, as well as those to stay far away from.
To help with the difficult start and sit decisions at the tight end spot, I will be using Dave Caban’s Game Level Similarity Projections to identify players that you could plug in this week, as well as three that the numbers suggest staying well clear of.
It’s time once again for fantasy players to begin making the tough choices regarding which players they will sit, and which they will start. To help with these decisions, I will be using Dave Caban’s Game Level Similarity Projections to identify tight ends that could be in line for a
Week 1 is upon us, and it’s time to make the first of many Start ‘Em or Sit ‘Em decisions. One method for answering these questions is to use Game Level Similarity Projections, GLSP for short or “Gillespie,” if you want to say it out loud.
The serious business of drafting our seasonal fantasy teams is finally here. You’ve read the articles, you’ve listened to the podcasts. You’ve conversed with your favorite writers on the twitter. But now, the time to actually commit to the players you’ll be banking on all season long is upon us.
The 2018 rookie tight end class can’t compete with the stellar 2017 class, but is the lack of hype creating values? Following up my examination of the historically good 2017 class, I’ll take a look at this year’s rookies and see if any stand out as bargains.
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?