Dave Caban reviews the RB and WR Game Level Similarity Projections (GLSP) to provide a snapshot of expected opportunity and touchdown scoring potential.
Welcome to our fifth RB/WR GLSP review of the season. In this weekly article, we’ll take a quick look at expected opportunity and touchdown scoring potential using estimates created by our GLSP tool. To learn more about the process of building GLSP projections, what they are, and how to interpret results, please refer to this article.
As a reminder, GLSP considers a player in isolation and does not consider external factors such as the availability of the other players on his team, his personal health, or any other factors that would not be present in historical data.