If you haven’t already done so, please go back and read the bit about bankroll strategy in the intro to the cash game picks. It’s important that you don’t go overboard, especially in tournaments.
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This week I’m changing things up a bit. We’ve been using year-old Defense-adjusted Value Over Average for the first few weeks. Last week, we looked at both 2014 and 2015 DVOA in an attempt to gain a bit of an edge. Now this week I’ve added in fantasy points allowed.
It’s still early in the season so straight fantasy points allowed is a bad metric to use when determining matchups. Anyone who’s played fantasy football long enough has seen a running back stat line with something like four carries for one yard and two touchdowns. Those kinds of performances skew fantasy points allowed greatly. It’s also early […]
It can be helpful to look at end-of-season performance to spot trends going into the next season. Maybe the game starts to slow down for a young quarterback who threw ducks all season. Or maybe an older quarterback just slows down after a hot start.
In our fantasy football championship week, eight quarterbacks are projected to throw at least 2.0 touchdown passes. This could be a big week in fantasy. Today’s quarterbacks, Mark Sanchez, Robert Griffin III, Colin Kaepernick and Philip Rivers are interesting as well.
Young QBs with major upside. That is the theme in the NFC South, a division typically defined by defense and smash-mouth football. Drew Brees is the elder statesman among the group, but Matt Ryan and Josh Freeman are both moving in the right direction and rookie phenom Cam Newton has recently been crowned the official […]
This is a response to our 2011 dynasty rookie quarterback rankings, where I was the odd man out when it came to Christian Ponder opinions. We all have our own opinions. Mine: Ponder will be the bust of the 2011 NFL Draft. I wouldn’t pick Ponder for your fantasy team even if he bribed me […]