So this week’s strategery has a new format to completely disorient and befuddle you! The first change is that I have added DVOA, which is a system developed by Football Outsiders to measure the true value of a defense. I like it to help offset the fantasy football points allowed to QBs/RBs which is easily skewed.Please, blog, may I have some more?
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Mohamed Massaquoi: in addition to having the majority of all vowels in his name (except for that elusive “Y”) Massaquoi also gets the majority of targets. This past week he was targeted 9 times (4 more than Robiskie, the next closest receiver) and had two targets inside the five yard line.Please, blog, may I have some more?
A broken fibula seems like it might not be that bad. I mean fibula, it’s like a tiny lie or something, right? Well, whatever it is, Leon Washington is done for the season. I had high hopes for Washington and it’s sad to see him go, but life goes on so drop his ass for the guy that follows or the guy that follows that guy.Please, blog, may I have some more?
Sunday’s finally here! To start things off we have our “Matchup Savers,” players that you can start today if you’re in a pinch due to the bye week, injuries, etc. I do all of this within the context of 12 team leagues that are competitive.Please, blog, may I have some more?
We are on the cusp of week 7. Before we know it the Colts will be 14-0 and we’ll be talking about if they should sit Manning or go for an undefeated season and blah friggin blah. I don’t want to be there yet!Please, blog, may I have some more?
Here it is Ladies and Gents, the Ground Game Preview for Week 7. One thing I would like to reinforce about our “rating system,” which I have blatantly stolen from Mark, is that when we upgrade or downgrade a player we’re always doing so within the context of their value.Please, blog, may I have some more?
A large part of rating players and making roster recommendations is risk management. Every player has a risk/reward ratio. Clearly, if it were possible to fill your roster with low-risk, high-reward players, that’d be the way to go. In most leagues, however, some portion of your roster is comprised of players with serious question marks.Please, blog, may I have some more?
Another week is in the books and the numbers are setting like that dirty picture you took of your wife with the Polaroid. Shake it, Shake it! and we’ll see what we have, oh, it’s a bunch of defensive stats! I thought we were going to get some Bernard Berrian Twitter action!Please, blog, may I have some more?