Why Jordan Reed Is Undervalued
Often in fantasy football leagues, players are undervalued because of biases surrounding a player. Constantly during drafts you hear someone say “good luck with him, he was terrible for me last season.” Owners too frequently allow these emotional feelings to impact their decision-making. An example of this in 2015 is Jordan Reed.
Impending Allen Robinson Breakout
There’s a lot to like about Allen Robinson. He looks like the breakout WR in 2015. With his college production, athletic profile, and early NFL career, his near-future looks exceedingly bright.
2015 Post-Hype All-Stars
Every year, there are fantasy busts. Everyone who has played fantasy football has drafted one and known the debilitating opportunity cost at season’s end…the infamous: “If only I took Player A instead of Player B in Round X, I would’ve won it all.” Our brains are designed to look for patterns, and when a player…
Rueben Randle: Post-Hype All-Star
Last year, Rueben Randle was one of the hottest breakout wideouts in fantasy football. We knew there would be targets to go around in New York, and someone besides Victor Cruz was going to have a standout season. Many fantasy owners took a chance on Randle in the 8th or 9th round. But that “someone”…
2014 Yards Per Target All-Stars
One of the best ways to determine the efficiency of a wide receiver is by looking at their yards per target. Using this data, we can see where targets are possibly being wasted, and where they are being maximized. Let’s see what this means for 2015.