In this week’s episode of the FFDRAFTPREP Fantasy Football Podcast we remind listeners not to panick, review target and opportunity leaders from Week 1 and manage the FFDP Podcast teams.
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.
We talked about setting lineups, choosing who to start when torn between two guys and why I think it’s prudent to wait at least a couple of weeks before making trades. I also ran through the teams that we will be managing on the pod.
We talk pre-season and how it’s a mixed bag, discuss Dak Prescott and Dez Bryant and then run through what Dave looks for in a team post draft by looking through some real life examples
In this episode of the FFDRAFTPREP Fantasy Football podcast, Dave discusses an article he recently wrote that focuses on supply/demand and the use of basic economic principles in approaching auction drafts. The guys also answer some league specific listener questions, workshop ideas for in-season shows and provide some guidance on how to churn through waiver wire running backs during the season.
I can understand why you’re excited about Big Ben, but don’t reach and draft him early. He’s not a lock to finish top five at the QB position.
I recently finished putting together all of my projections for the 2016 season. As we discussed on a previous episode, I take a top down approach based off of team wide tendencies. In this episode of the podcast we run through some of the interesting discoveries that I made. We’ll also quickly rehash some of the concepts we previously discussed.
In this episode of the FFDRAFTPREP Fantasy Football Podcast, Dave runs through a draft using the Draft Dashboard. For this mock, we will be drafting in a 12 team, ESPN, standard league and taking a balanced approach.