The projections machine and matchups really gave us some interesting results at running back this week. I’ve said it again and I’ll keep saying it. It’s championship week, so play your best players. Don’t get too cute.
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While we look at defensive efficiency for the team totals, I’m looking at receptions and yards allowed for the individual matchups rankings. I also like to include some mention of Football Outsiders’ Defense-adjusted Value Over Average. They say DVOA isn’t helpful for fantasy players or at least isn’t as helpful as the yardage and receiving [...]
As usual there’s some upheaval at the top of the running back rankings when we go from standard to PPR. Guys like Fred Jackson and Darren Sproles jump up while Andre Williams and Marshawn Lynch tumble.
In recent months I’ve become very attached to the belief that NFL backups aren’t ridiculously less talented than the starters. Knile Davis this season while Jamaal Charles was out and virtually all of the running back by committee situations out there are proof enough for me.
This post is likely to be lost in a sea of fantasy football posts about the same topic. There are better writers than me out there. People with better information than me too. But what I’ve found is that everyone doesn’t connect with everyone else. A turn of phrase can be meaningful to some people and [...]
You don’t come here for chalk picks. If you want them, you’re at Fantasy Pros or ESPN. No, if you’re reading this right now it probably means you’re looking for a slight edge against the competition. Our projections might be able to help.
This week I added a boom or bust warning to the projections headline. It fits. Last week, our running back projections formula hit on a couple sleepers, including Rashad Jennings, and left a few projections to be desired.