My goal is to reinvigorate the fantasy baseball space. I previously touched on the issue in What is Wrong With Fantasy Baseball?
In part two of this two-part series, Mike Horn lays out his plan for NFL auction drafts in 2019.
I publish these guidelines separately from the auction plan as a way to make that plan simpler. I reviewed the Typical Position Values (player tiers) table again and made a small tweak. As I did last year, I included some thoughts on the current market. If you’ve read this article before, you might want to […]
In the H2H world of fantasy football, week-to-week consistency is key and, frankly, backs who lean on catching passes to provide their production aren’t consistent week-to-week, month-to-month, and in most instances, year-to-year.
In this edition of our “Draft Analyzer” series, Vlad Sedler discusses how to prepare for your drafts in high-stakes leagues like the FFPC & NFFC.
Previously, I’ve pointed out that we don’t draft as well as we think we do… Not only that, we don’t always draft consistently. By that, I mean we do not value positions on the same team in a consistent manner. For example, if we’re high on Patrick Mahomes, we should be equally high on his […]
This past offseason, I spent a lot of time looking at fantasy defenses… Hopefully, some diehard subscribers read all those articles. But with the test approaching (in the form of draft day), I thought I’d write the CliffsNotes for those articles (not that this is a substitute for that reading). First, the scoring system I used. As […]
We grew up on the snake draft. For those of us that are old, such as myself, we would spend a month before the season began running mock drafts, trying to discern invisible patterns that would lead us inexorably to the best options to take the first few rounds of a draft. Jimmy loved RBs, […]
I hate Kickers. They can easily swing an entire fantasy matchup when you least expect, and they can also provide complete duds when you need them to come through most. I’ve been begging my home league to abolish the position entirely and add an additional FLEX position for years, but my friends are Neanderthals and […]
Today, I’ll look at how fantasy team defenses perform relative to their Average Draft Position (ADP). Continuing with my very lengthy, highly technical, too deep analyses of fantasy defenses, today I’ll look at how fantasy team defenses perform relative to their Average Draft Position (ADP). If you want to follow me down all the ratholes […]