We should have high confidence in these matchups. We’re only talking about matchups that meet good/bad matchup criteria for the whole season, the last five weeks and the last three weeks. If a matchup doesn’t fit in all three categories, then it has to have a significant number in the last-five-weeks and last-three-weeks.
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Multiple sets of statistics — including season-long and last-five-weeks — are used to determine the best and worst matchups of the week. When multiple sets of statistics all point us in the same direction it increases our confidence in them.
It didn’t come up last week, but I’ve changed the way I do my matchup rankings now. It worked out last week. We’ll see if that was an anomaly or a step in a wining direction. The change is that now instead of just looking at Football Outsiders’ defense adjusted value over average and yards [...]
A lot of the same players are in my lineups at both FanDuel and Draft Kings this week.
Chinstrap Ninjas 2012 Fantasy Football Contest Week 4 results: rodneykster, 69ers victorious in Week 4
After four weeks, averages in the NFL are supposed to start resembling what we can expect for the rest of the year. Week 5 is when a lot of sites release their initial rest of the way rankings and it’s when projections start to become more reliable. All things are going as expected, too. Brian [...]