Best Ball Workshop: Foundations of Success – The Best 2-Round Starts May Not Be What You Expect

In the first five lessons of the 2020 Best Ball Workshop, we used the Roster Construction Explorer to provide the latest intel on each of the onesie positions. The insights from the 2019 Workshop led to sky-high win rates overall and dynamic results at the onesie positions. Now in Lesson 6, we move to the marquee positions of RB and WR. In the next several lessons, we’ll take a look at the RB and WR…...

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Can These 2 Third-Year WRs Break Into the Elite Tier?

Year 2 has always been a big year for wide receivers, and last year’s sophomore class certainly did not disappoint: four different players eclipsed the breakout threshold of 200 PPR points, the most since 2015,…...

Dynasty

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3 Deep Sleepers Who Could Break Into Your Starting Lineup

Startup drafts can get long and tedious once you hit a certain point. The eight-hour timer between picks, the endless negotiating and postering for every selection, and the seemingly fewer options the deeper you go…....

Devy

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Using Vacated Production to Identify Breakout Candidates

Having a breakout season is critical for a prospect’s profile. Sometimes the biggest hindrance for good prospects is being surrounded by other talented players that hog targets. This can lead to lower raw statistics and,…...

The College Football Transfer Portal: 2020 Watchlist

In case you missed it, I recently dove into the success rates of transfer quarterbacks, running backs, and wide receivers. And at first glance, it looks like transfers, and transfer success in general is on…...

The College Transfer Portal: Where Does It Lead?

If you have paid any attention to college football over the past couple years, you have almost surely heard of the NCAA Transfer Portal. Big-name players and recruits like Justin Fields, Jalen Hurts, Joe Burrow,…...

CFB

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Using Vacated Production to Identify Breakout Candidates

Having a breakout season is critical for a prospect’s profile. Sometimes the biggest hindrance for good prospects is being surrounded by other talented players that hog targets. This can lead to lower raw statistics and,…...

The College Football Transfer Portal: 2020 Watchlist

In case you missed it, I recently dove into the success rates of transfer quarterbacks, running backs, and wide receivers. And at first glance, it looks like transfers, and transfer success in general is on…...

The College Transfer Portal: Where Does It Lead?

If you have paid any attention to college football over the past couple years, you have almost surely heard of the NCAA Transfer Portal. Big-name players and recruits like Justin Fields, Jalen Hurts, Joe Burrow,…...

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Good Players Are Good: Why You Should Chase Rookie-Year Efficiency at RB – The Wrong Read, No. 52

Welcome to the 52nd installment of The Wrong Read. Based on the number of articles appearing in this “weekly” series, one year has passed since we started. Strangely it’s taken about 16 months to get here. The thing is, time slows down as you approach a massive object like the black hole that is the Tampa Bay Buccaneers football team. Ronald Jones is evidently on the other side of the event horizon and I was (and still am) foolishly trying to bring him back…....

Zero RB, Antifragility, and the Myth of Value-Based Drafting

Nassim Nicholas Taleb, author of The Black Swan, has a new book out, and, if anything, it’s probably even more potent (if also self-contradictory in many places). The book is called Antifragile and this is his definition of the term: Some things benefit from shocks; they thrive and grow when exposed to volatility, randomness, disorder, and stressors and love adventure. Yet in spite of the ubiquity of the phenomenon, there is no word for the exact opposite of fragile. Let us call it antifragile. Antifragility is beyond resilience or robustness. The resilient resists shocks and stays the same; the antifragile…...

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