A few weeks ago, I sat down with the great Peter Howard’s (@pahowdy) college market share database and created a set of filters for college production that had a better hit rate than selecting just 1st round NFL WRs. This time I intend to do the same but with running backs. I have seen a lot of chatter on the Twitter site about characteristics shared by fantasy RB1s. For instance I saw that most of them run under a 4.6 forty. However, looking at just the successful players doesn’t make that a helpful nugget. You see, if ALL NFL RBs mostly run under a 4.6, then the fact that the best ones do still doesn’t help us when selecting from a giant pool of players.Please, blog, may I have some more?
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While we don’t generally cover college football, the fictional sports blogger unions we belong to and our search engine optimization consultants insisted that we write a post with Razzball’s thoughts on the investigation of Penn State led by former FBI director Louis Freeh. Here it goes… So Penn State now joins the Catholic Church in […]Please, blog, may I have some more?
Rudy Gamble is a sporadic contributor on the baseball side of the Razzball blog but now that he moved from New York to a college football town he’s pretending to be an expert in a second sport… Unless you’re the type of college football junkie who attends spring practices and follow high school scouting reports, […]Please, blog, may I have some more?