This season, Zachary Krueger will use the RotoViz Screener Tool to evaluate player red-zone opportunity. Understanding how teams deploy their red zone personnel, and who they give red zone opportunities to can offer a valuable edge over your opponents. This weekly Red Zone Report aims to give you that exact edge.
You don’t need years of fantasy experience to understand the annoyance of vultures.
We’ve all seen these vultures in various forms. Whether it’s LeGarrette Blount spending his twilight years in Detroit as a goal-line specialist, or Joseph Fauria seeming to only catch short-yardage TDs, vultures rear their heads early and often in fantasy.
If you drafted Austin Ekeler in fantasy this season, you likely cringed at the sight of Joshua Kelley lumbering his way into the end zone in Week 1 against the Bengals, devouring those fantasy points that were rightfully yours – or Ekeler’s.
It’s easy to get frustrated at the sight of your players seeing disappointing red zone use. However, what if you could leverage your knowledge of red zone use in your favor?
The RotoViz Screener Tool allows us to do exactly that. This weekly article takes a closer look at red zone trends, and how we can put that knowledge to fantasy use.
Without further ado, let’s look at the Week 1 red zone report.