Week 6 Production Tracker

It is time to review Week 5’s defensive points allowed data.

In addition to traditional points allowed metrics, this weekly piece features various data points by position. Not only do our readers get access to more data that allows for a full view of what defenses allow, the data is presented as a heat map. Green will indicate an above average matchup in a particular statistic, while red indicates a below average data point.

Note: Last week I added a new metric that measures how defenses are allowing fantasy points to opposing running backs. This data point measures percentage of PPR output allowed in the rushing game (% FP Rush) and in the passing game (% FP Rec.). So, for example, if a defense is allowing 81% of their PPR output via rushing, we know that the majority of production versus this specific defense is likely to come through the ground game.

This week I added targets allowed per game (to running backs, wide receivers, and tight ends) and position-specific (wide receiver and tight end) yards/target and fantasy points/...

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Graham Barfield
Senior Analyst

Graham is a senior analyst for Fantasy Guru and works closely with statistics to produce quanitative analysis for complementary weekly content. He will be appearing before the season and during the season on The Fantasy Guru Podcast with John Hansen and Joe Dolan. Be sure to follow Graham on Twitter at @GrahamBarfield.