in this episode of the FFDRAFTPREP Fantasy Football Podcast in which I break down the number of weeks for which players have finished as starters at their respective positions and also check in once more on how Zero-RB has worked in 2016.
Dave is an Excel nerd and builder of the Draft/Research Dashboards. He focuses on implementing hours of reading, research and statistical analysis into providing well-thought out, intelligent, and streamlined fantasy football tools. Additionally, he is the founder of FFDRAFTPREP, a fantasy writer @RotoViz and co-host of the FFDRAFTPREP Fantasy Football Podcast.
Less importantly, we talk variance in relation to trades, the FFDP Zero-RB team and fantasy points over expectation in this week’s episode.
We got a last minute guest to take his place and in addition to providing an update on the FFDP teams discussed fantasy frustrations, managing lineups and a variety of other topics.
Conor is back for this week’s episode of the FFDRAFTPREP Fantasy Football Podcast! We review NFL standings to re-calibrate any pre-conceived notions we headed into the season with, look at some redzone leaders and catch up on the quickly moving 2016 season.
In this week’s episode I talk about trying to remain calm during the season, the benefits of managing multiple teams, take an early look at WR vs. RB (in the context of Zero-RB) and manage the FFDP teams.
In this episode of the FFDRAFTPREP Fantasy Football Podcast Dave runs through his philosophy on trading and breaks down how to determine if a trade is a good move for your team. Additionally, he walks listeners through a formula that they can use to help in the accept/reject process. The guys also manage the FFDP teams and review some season long RB and WR metrics such as points per opportunity, points per target, offensive market share percentages, and a hybrid workload/efficiency metric that Dave likes to look at.
In this week’s episode of the FFDRAFTPREP Fantasy Football Podcast the guys review Week 2, look at target and opportunity leaders, discuss waiver wire plays and manage the struggling FFDP podcast teams.