Week 10 WR Touchdown Dependency Ratios Byron Lambert, Rosterwatch.com Just like the Week 10 RB dependency ratios, receivers have expanded to the top 50. When using production on the season to project future performance, ratios close to average indicate that the status quo is likely to continue. Dependency ratios way above average (highlighted at the
Target List: Week 1 Dorian “The Trashman” Colbert, Rosterwatch.com No playing favorites here. These are the top target hogs on each team that played in week 1. Some names you’ll recognize, some you may not. Either way, these are the guys who got the most looks last week, and this might give you an indication
Fantasy Boom/Bust Ratio – Top Tier WR Byron Lambert, Rosterwatch.com The RosterWatch Boom/Bust Ratio is a measure of fantasy upside, while also including a component of reliability. The RB version can be found here. We are examining the last two years of data and measuring the number of 20+ point performances versus the number of
RosterWatch Fantasy WR Reliability Ratings Byron Lambert, Rosterwatch.com Reliability is a critical aspect of a competitive fantasy football roster. Just as we did for running backs, we have produced the Rosterwatch Fantasy WR Reliability Ratings. These ratings are derived from the last two years of production and consist of Fantasy WRs expected to be starters.
Lessons from a 12 Team Mock Byron Lambert, Rosterwatch.com Photo By Danny Hurley, Dallas Observer Well, it’s that time of year. Time to sharpen you pencil and run some mock drafts. A number of them if possible. I took a different approach today. I chose the 9th spot to mock from in a 12 team