|Week 5||54.4%||37 out of 130||59.7%||41.9%||Top 30%|
|Week 4||56.4%||12 out of 135||59.9%||41.1%||Top 10%|
|Week 3||59.1%||18 out of 134||65.0%||42.1%||Top 15%|
|Week 2||53.4%||85 out of 135||65.2%||46.2%||Top 65%|
|Week 1||56.8%||54 out of 137||62.8%||46.3%||Top 40%|
|2015||56.0%||19 out of 127||58.3%||47.2%||Top 15%|
|2014||58.1%||31 out of 125||60.7%||50.6%||Top 25%|
Another week, another set of results. While there was some slippage (that’s what she said?) in our Week 5 Rankings, the aggregate tells a different story. We’ve actually moved into the magical top-20 of all fantasy “experts” for the year, and top-15 percentile.
In the mean time, as I mentioned in yesterday’s post talking about Razzball Football’s bright future, I wanted to introduce a Razzball-only contest. Yes, it’s hosted by FanDuel, but instead of the large money leagues and bigger formats, we’re getting more intimate (that’s what I wish she said). And it’s just for the Razzball writers and readers… that’s it. Just a $5.00 buy-in and the top-12 finishers are part of the prize pool. We understand that Daily Fantasy isn’t for everyone, so this contest is just the thing we as a Razzball community can get into. For now, we’ll start with 55 spots and see how this week fares. So, if you’d like to take myself and your fellow readers on, join here!
And now, your Week 6 Rankings… (with an updated Rest of Season Rankings!) And, in lieu of our new Razzball Contest this week, I’ll be including a FanDuel Cheat Sheet below!