Period Accuracy Rank High Low Percentile
Week 16 63.3% 26 out of 124 66.3% 47.1% Top 20%
Week 15 56.9% 13 out of 127 62.7% 41.9% Top 10%
Week 14 55.1% 26 out of 126 60.3% 44.0% Top 20%
Week 13 57.2% 82 out of 126 65.2% 47.2% Top 65%
Week 12 62.2% 20 out of 126 65.9% 47.3% Top 20%
Week 11 54.8% 46 out of 128 63.7% 39.0% Top 40%
Week 10 56.0% 85 out of 128 65.5% 48.7% Top 70%
Week 9 61.2% 34 out of 130 67.9% 48.1% Top 30%
Week 8 56.7% 30 out of 128 66.5% 42.9% Top 25%
Week 7 57.8% 37 out of 129 66.8% 43.1% Top 30%
Week 6 54.0% 84 out of 131 65.2% 45.7% Top 65%
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 57.5% 22 out of 123 59.9% 51.6% Top 20%
2014 58.1% 31 out of 125 60.7% 50.6% Top 25%

Here are your Wild Card Weekend Rankings…


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  1. Curtis says:
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    Where would you put Toussaint if DeAngelo doesn’t play?

    Thanks,
    Curtis

    • Jay

      Jay says:
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      @Curtis: Probably 5-10 spots higher… to be honest, I haven’t thought about it too hard. But that would be my gut reaction.

  2. Hello Jay!

    Thanks for helping me win my fantasy league this year! I got an email from a friend who is putting together a playoff fantasy league thing. Where you pick players and get to keep them from wild card game 1 through the superbowl. If your player drops out, you lose them. You are only allowed one player per NFL team.

    I was wondering if you could suggest some guys that I should totally grab for this kind of team.

    SCORING

    (QB, RB, WR, TE)
    Passing TD = 4 points
    Interceptions Thrown = – 1 points
    Rushing TD = 6 points
    Receiving TD = 6 points
    Passing Yardage = .05 points per yard
    Rushing Yardage = .10 points per yard
    Receiving Yardage = .10 points per yard
    Receptions = 1 point
    *No points scored for 2 point conversions

    (PK)
    Extra Point Made = 1 point
    Extra Point Missed = – 2 points
    Field Goal Made (0-29 yards) = 3 points
    Field Goal Made (30-49 yards) = 4 points
    Field Goal Made (50 yards or more) = 5 points
    Field Goal Missed (0-29 yards) = – 5 points
    Field Goal Missed (30-49 yards) = – 4 points
    Field Goal Missed (50 yards or more) = – 3 points

    (DEF)
    Sack = 1 point
    Interception = 2 points
    Fumble Recovery = 2 points
    Safety = 2 points
    Defensive/ST TD = 6 points (Kickoff return, punt return, blocked FG return, blocked punt return, interception return, fumble recovery return)

    • Jay

      Jay says:
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      @The discarded head of ted williams: I’d focus on teams that have the better chance to go far into the playoffs. Probably Seahawks, Packers, Patriots, and probably the Panthers. I’d gamble and go for a Seahawks/Packers lineup, trying to get that extra game of production and teams that will probably go far.

        • Jay

          Jay says:
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          @The discarded head of ted williams: Focus on QB’s like Rodgers and Brady, maybe Newton, then work your way down. RB’s into WR’s. I know it sounds risky, but a Denver RB or even Lacy if you don’t land Rodgers. Teams will have no choice but to run a bit once the weather starts getting colder and colder. Honestly, it’s microing, but you have to in this format.

          • @Jay: I ended up going with
            QB Cam Newton Car
            QB Aaron Rodgers GB
            RB Adrian Peterson Minn
            RB David Johnson Az
            RB Charcandrick West KC
            WR Antonio Brown Pit
            WR AJ Green Cin
            WR DeSean Jackson Wash
            WR D. Baldwin Sea
            TE Gronk NE
            K Nick Novak Hou
            TD Denver

            • Jay

              Jay says:
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              @The discarded head of ted williams: Love the QB tandem. I’m nervous about your running back situation though. But overall, I really like this team. Good luck!

            • Christine Michael: one Unlucky Whitehead (just pop him or not) says:
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              @The discarded head of ted williams: i’ve done these, but without the one player per team deal. in the ones i do, it’s best to come up with a per game projection for each player, THEN figure out projected amount of games you think each team would play (in yours this isn’t nearly as important, but you’d still want your big pt scorers, i.e. QB’s to come from a team you think will play a LOT of games, so about never get stuck with mccarron/dalton). In mine to determine expected number of games you have to come up with expected win % based on spread (this data can be obtained from good sports betting books like Smart Sports Betting by Wong), then run the sims (and come up with likely spreads for games that haven’t happened yet) yourself by math.
              So like SEA player X projection per game times Y% chance he plays 1 game + R% chance he plays exactly 2 games etc. In my case i’d highly devalue any CIN player, but that’s me. If you really think all of a sudden GB players not named Rodgers (and some IDP guys) start playing well really soon then dodge WAS too (i doubt it though, they’ve been shit for about 10 weeks or so now)

              • Christine Michael: one Unlucky Whitehead (just pop him or not) says:
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                @Christine Michael: one Unlucky Whitehead (just pop him or not): clearly the longest part of that process is finding out the likeliest spreads of teams that haven’t played each other yet, best method (other than just handicapping them yourself, unless you actually are really good at that) is to see if these teams have somewhat recently played each other, adjust for homefield or not, then look at spreads from games vs same opp’s.

  3. Nate says:
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    Why so high on Pierre Thomas?

    • Jay

      Jay says:
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      I think he might surprise this weekend.

      • Nate says:
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        @Jay: Did you remove him completely because he did so poorly or was that adjusted before game time?

        • Jay

          Jay says:
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          @Nate: They are locked before game time. Or else, the results for these rankings would never be accurate.

  4. I don't want to brag, but i have irritable bowel syndrome says:
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    wow, looking at weeks 12-16 you finished up with best 5 week stretch of entire season to end year. what was Kevin’s rank this year out of guys who do IDP ranks. Last year he was like 2nd or 3rd out of the 23 or so that do those.

      • I don't want to brag, but i have irritable bowel syndrome says:
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        @Jay: i just noticed, i’m guessing reason you didn’t post week 17 was that a good amount of the other names simply don’t do week 17, right?

          • Jay

            Jay says:
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            Yeah, I think it was around there.

        • Jay

          Jay says:
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          Exactly. They didn’t even bother tracking the accuracy.

          • I don't want to brag, but i have irritable bowel syndrome says:
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            @Jay: anybody else thinking hoyer likes KC BBQ so much he’s thinks he’s trying out to be KC’s QB next year? He’s done better throwing to KC jerseys than A.Smith mostly ever has.

  5. mindi cohn says:
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    out of curiosity, if anyone is using a site for their Playoff Pools i’d be curious to know what you’re using…We’ve been using FantasyPostseason and while it does the trick, the site itself is very basic and most guys often complain. We do a salary cap league for playoffs…

  6. For an Armenianless vacation come to Akron says:
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    holy crap, this SEA-MIN game is the 3rd coldest ever. wow.

  7. Aubrey Plaza's Pillow says:
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    ok, seeing this news a couple of questions come up
    1. exactly why would the NFL “have” to realign divisions if OAK-SD shared a stadium?
    2. it appears that the main reason why Kroenke got what he wanted was in fact this, since almost all owners didn’t want to realign divisions. Kroenke is basically a non-hot fruit version of the owner from Major League and i know for a fact Khan (Jax owner) was one of the 2 who voted against him since he’s a giant douchbag (Khan found out the hard way).
    3. how could Disney get beat by Kroenke here (unless the division thing is sufficient)? Seems hard to believe any owner would think Disney wouldn’t be making them more money than Kroenke would.
    4. i’m hearing that OAK will likely try to move to san antonio, but wouldn’t that stadium STL is putting in likely be better venue for them, plus STL already having a fanbase for football (although it’s likely anywhere in TEX would be a good venue for football i guess, like how a TOR suburb likely gets and can support the next NHL expansion)

    • Aubrey Plaza's Pillow says:
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      @Aubrey Plaza’s Pillow: and 5. if this move was really about who’s stadium plan was furthest along (which isn’t all that important once we learn after the last minute that these teams wouldn’t start in these new stadiums till 2019 anyway) why wouldn’t STL be compensated? I wonder if we ever really find out what’s going on here (maybe Kroenke is giving a bigger cut of profits back to NFLthan Spano’s plan did)

      • Aubrey Plaza's Pillow says:
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        @Aubrey Plaza’s Pillow: even more interesting that this was the last update before the actual vote came out

        “SportsBusiness Daily reports the NFL’s Committee on L.A. Opportunities has recommended the Chargers and Raiders’ Carson project over Stan Kroenke’s Inglewood site.
        It’s big news, but also far from final. The committee comprises just 6-of-32 owners, while multiple reports say there’s still momentum for Kroenke’s project, and partnering the Rams’ owner with Spanos. The committee’s recommendation is just that. It is not intended to be final say. News should flow out of the Houston meetings all day Tuesday.”
        this was either clearly wrong or something changed at the last minute.

        • Aubrey Plaza's Pillow says:
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          @Aubrey Plaza’s Pillow: new info, it was even agreed that Spanos had the better plan (and he’s actually well liked by a good amount of NFL owners), but his stadium wouldn’t have made as much money (i had no idea one of these plans would project at that much more than the other) so clearly we can see what happened.

    • Jay

      Jay says:
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      @Aubrey Plaza’s Pillow: Yeah, I think NFL was basically telling everyone that the Rams going back to LA was the easiest end game here. I think the Chargers are now incentivized enough to stay put. I think the Raiders do as well. From what I’ve read, Kroenke doesn’t play nice in partnerships, so I doubt anyone wants to play second-fiddle to him.

      • Aubrey Plaza's Pillow says:
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        @Jay: he had “offered” spano some shit deal like a month ago, to shut his plan down just in case he might not have gotten enough owners to vote for him, i wonder if we ever hear just how much more money (and why) kroenke’s plan pays the other owners than the OAK-SD-Disney plan did. Hard to believe anybody could beat Disney in money making.

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