As the fantasy football season came to a close the RotoViz writers started to realize that a number of us had done pretty well in money leagues in 2013. Shawn Siegele won about 99% of all of the money won by RotoViz writers this year, so that was great. However, in addition to Shawn’s big score, a few of the writers did really well in either the FBG/FFPC format, or the MFL10 format.
That’s all great, but in addition to doing well in the leagues we play in, we also want the RotoViz readers to do well. For that reason it was really awesome to see this interview on Draft Sharks with FFPC runner up Kevin Greuloch. If you’re reading this, thanks for the mention Kevin! Also be sure to go check out the entire article up at Draft Sharks.
Draft Sharks: What tools/resources did you use during the draft?
Kevin Greuloch: To get to the final spreadsheet I start in about June by reading all the usual magazines. Old fashioned, but I like them for tradition’s sake. I then start an initial spreadsheet that eventually becomes my final ‘cheat sheet’ for each position. I take into account many different web sites, my old favorites being Rotoviz and FFToday. They tend to think out of the box and look at things fairly mathematically. But the last couple of years I added Draft Sharks because I realized that they are one of the few sites who deviate significantly from the status quo of projections.