If you’re interested in building your own projections or would like an overview of the process we run through an example and walk through the forthcoming FFDP Projection Tool.
I promised that we’d review 2016, post mortem, look ahead to 2017 and determine if we should still employ Zero-RB. Since I’m struggling to find time to record a podcast, this article will have to do for the time being.
Both the 2017 Research and 2017 Draft tools are now available. An insane amount of work went into each of these tools. As you’d likely
Now that we’ve covered the purpose of the tool, gained an understanding of the settings and are familiar with the interface let’s run through a mock draft!
The below has been adapted from the 2016 user guide and provides a solid overview of what the tool is all about.
Skip ahead to paragraph three if uninterested in any background information. “it will possess mock draft capabilities in which the spreadsheet will intelligently draft for opposing
I’m still having trouble finding times to record. So once again we have an impromptu and quick episode; recorded in the car on my way
I had promised last season that we’d review the viability of Zero-RB in 2017. That’s the main topic discussed in this episode. I also provide a quick update on the site and express concerns about Brandin Cooks current ADP.
If you’ve ever wanted to build your own projections but were unsure how to go about the process or where to begin. We’ve got you covered. The projection tool walks users through the process using built in historical-data explorers and easy to follow ‘steps’.
built my first set of projections in the summer of 2012. They were awful. Why? I wasn’t thinking about each team holistically and accounting for dependent relationships. Since then, I’ve been building tools to help me do a better job. In a couple of days I’ll be releasing a tool