Doug Martin/Darren McFadden HandcuffHandcuffing RBs, or drafting the starting RB and his backup to capitalize on a run-heavy team (also as a form of insurance in case of injury), is not as in vogue as it once was in the Priest Holmes/Larry Johnson days, but you can still find plenty of watered-down modern day options … Continue reading Doug Martin/Darren McFadden Handcuff
How to Budget an Auction DraftSo you've decided to join an auction league this year? Or, you've finally decided to approach your auction league's draft with some real strategy. And no, treating your draft capital like...Monopoly moneyYou should just throw all your money at the best playerA good plan is to raise the bid in … Continue reading How to Budget an Auction Draft
ESPN, the NFL Network and plenty other fantasy football hosts have gone insanely analytical with the stats they give us. Painstakingly providing all us fantasy owners with every possible metric we can stomach. Yet, for some reason, I find next to nothing about consistency. Shouldn't how reliable a player's weekly ceiling/floor be readily available to … Continue reading Most and Least Consistent Fantasy Football Players in 2016 (thus far)
I just finished up the RB ratings. You can find up-to-date standard deviations, "power scores" (Avg./St.Dev.) and other data that you're welcome to steal and manipulate to make proper fantasy decisions.Stay tuned a complete list, along with year-over-year and strength of schedule sensitivity.You can see the entire working doc by clicking here.
(Standard) Season-long fantasy football is more than just putting in players that have scored the most points this year (if so robots could do this). That's why you see teams in your league with over 1000 cumulative team points with a losing record. Its part of the game, the strategy evn the thrill. Yet, the … Continue reading What Fantasy QB Can You Trust?
Auction vs. Draft FormatBrad Kruse, of the Fantasy Assassins, and contributor to (in my humble opinion) the only fantasy football magazine that provides info/data worth the $7.99 more you pay for it vs. what you can get FREE online. The magazine, published by Emil Kadlec is filled with intelligent, empirical-based and very usable information to … Continue reading A Rebuttal to Brad Kruse’s "Wisdom of the Auction Crowd"