Josh Hermsmeyer

Air yards, Numbers Game, and predictive modeling.

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Week 7 Air Yards Buy Low WRs

Each week I break out air yards data to attempt to find the wide receivers that stand the best chance to see an increase in their fantasy production.

Week 6 Air Yards Buy Low WRs

Each week I break out air yards data to attempt to find the wide receivers that stand the best chance to see an increase in their fantasy production.

Week 5 Air Yards Buy Low WRs

Each week I break out air yards data to attempt to find the wide receivers that stand the best chance to see an increase in their fantasy production.

3 Players to Buy After Week 4

Each week I will profile three players to buy low based on their upcoming strength of schedule, Vegas totals and simple common sense.

Week 4 Air Yards Buy Low WRs

Each week I break out air yards data to attempt to find the wide receivers that stand the best chance to see an increase in their fantasy production.

3 Players to Buy After Week 3

Each week I will profile three players to buy low based on their upcoming strength of schedule, Vegas totals and simple common sense.

tajae sharpe fantasy

Week 3 Air Yards Buy Low WRs

Each week I break out air yards data to attempt to find the wide receivers that stand the best chance to see an increase in their fantasy production.

Three Players to Buy After Week 2

Each week I will profile three players to buy low based on their upcoming strength of schedule, Vegas totals and simple common sense. Brian Hoyer With Jay Cutler going down with a hand injury, Brian Hoyer is expected to take control of the Bears offense for the next few weeks. The change also coincides with an extremely easy stretch of games for Chicago, which bodes well for Alshon Jeffery, Kevin White and, yes, even Brian Hoyer. As you can see from Cutler and Hoyer’s AYA charts below, there isn’t a ton separating these two QBs. Hoyer has shown he can produce

Week 2 WR Air Yards Round Up

Each week I break out air yards data to attempt to find the wide receivers that stand the best chance to see an increase in their fantasy production.

Joe Flacco Injury

3 Players to Buy After Week 1

Each week I will profile three players to buy low based on their upcoming strength of schedule, Vegas totals and simple common sense. Jermaine Kearse In Week 1 it was Kearse, not Tyler Lockett, that snagged the lion’s share of WR2 air yards for Seattle. Kearse had a 21 percent market share of air yards vs. Lockett’s eight percent. Kearse was targeted seven times to Lockett’s eight. When you look at where Lockett was deployed, it was all short screen passes. This is evidenced by his 1.3 aYPT(!) vs. Kearse’s 7.6 aYPT. Seattle has a very easy schedule over the next

Week 7 Air Yards Buy Low WRs

Each week I break out air yards data to attempt to find the wide receivers that stand the best chance to see an increase in their fantasy production.

Week 6 Air Yards Buy Low WRs

Each week I break out air yards data to attempt to find the wide receivers that stand the best chance to see an increase in their fantasy production.

Week 5 Air Yards Buy Low WRs

Each week I break out air yards data to attempt to find the wide receivers that stand the best chance to see an increase in their fantasy production.

3 Players to Buy After Week 4

Each week I will profile three players to buy low based on their upcoming strength of schedule, Vegas totals and simple common sense.

Week 4 Air Yards Buy Low WRs

Each week I break out air yards data to attempt to find the wide receivers that stand the best chance to see an increase in their fantasy production.

3 Players to Buy After Week 3

Each week I will profile three players to buy low based on their upcoming strength of schedule, Vegas totals and simple common sense.

tajae sharpe fantasy

Week 3 Air Yards Buy Low WRs

Each week I break out air yards data to attempt to find the wide receivers that stand the best chance to see an increase in their fantasy production.

Three Players to Buy After Week 2

Each week I will profile three players to buy low based on their upcoming strength of schedule, Vegas totals and simple common sense. Brian Hoyer With Jay Cutler going down with a hand injury, Brian Hoyer is expected to take control of the Bears offense for the next few weeks. The change also coincides with an extremely easy stretch of games for Chicago, which bodes well for Alshon Jeffery, Kevin White and, yes, even Brian Hoyer. As you can see from Cutler and Hoyer’s AYA charts below, there isn’t a ton separating these two QBs. Hoyer has shown he can produce

Week 2 WR Air Yards Round Up

Each week I break out air yards data to attempt to find the wide receivers that stand the best chance to see an increase in their fantasy production.

Joe Flacco Injury

3 Players to Buy After Week 1

Each week I will profile three players to buy low based on their upcoming strength of schedule, Vegas totals and simple common sense. Jermaine Kearse In Week 1 it was Kearse, not Tyler Lockett, that snagged the lion’s share of WR2 air yards for Seattle. Kearse had a 21 percent market share of air yards vs. Lockett’s eight percent. Kearse was targeted seven times to Lockett’s eight. When you look at where Lockett was deployed, it was all short screen passes. This is evidenced by his 1.3 aYPT(!) vs. Kearse’s 7.6 aYPT. Seattle has a very easy schedule over the next

Week 7 Air Yards Buy Low WRs

Each week I break out air yards data to attempt to find the wide receivers that stand the best chance to see an increase in their fantasy production.

Week 6 Air Yards Buy Low WRs

Each week I break out air yards data to attempt to find the wide receivers that stand the best chance to see an increase in their fantasy production.

Week 5 Air Yards Buy Low WRs

Each week I break out air yards data to attempt to find the wide receivers that stand the best chance to see an increase in their fantasy production.

3 Players to Buy After Week 4

Each week I will profile three players to buy low based on their upcoming strength of schedule, Vegas totals and simple common sense.

Week 4 Air Yards Buy Low WRs

Each week I break out air yards data to attempt to find the wide receivers that stand the best chance to see an increase in their fantasy production.

3 Players to Buy After Week 3

Each week I will profile three players to buy low based on their upcoming strength of schedule, Vegas totals and simple common sense.

tajae sharpe fantasy

Week 3 Air Yards Buy Low WRs

Each week I break out air yards data to attempt to find the wide receivers that stand the best chance to see an increase in their fantasy production.

Three Players to Buy After Week 2

Each week I will profile three players to buy low based on their upcoming strength of schedule, Vegas totals and simple common sense. Brian Hoyer With Jay Cutler going down with a hand injury, Brian Hoyer is expected to take control of the Bears offense for the next few weeks. The

Week 2 WR Air Yards Round Up

Each week I break out air yards data to attempt to find the wide receivers that stand the best chance to see an increase in their fantasy production.

Joe Flacco Injury

3 Players to Buy After Week 1

Each week I will profile three players to buy low based on their upcoming strength of schedule, Vegas totals and simple common sense. Jermaine Kearse In Week 1 it was Kearse, not Tyler Lockett, that snagged the lion’s share of WR2 air yards for Seattle. Kearse had a 21 percent market

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