2012 Fantasy Football Links: Quarterback Projections, ESPN, and Regression
I’m still on the fantasy football circuit, and I’ve published a bunch of unique content over the past few days.
- My latest article in my RotoWire column deals with making quarterback projections. Specifically, I discuss how to utilize the consistency of various quarterback stats.
- At Fantasy Knuckleheads, I published part of a chapter of my book Fantasy Football for Smart People. The chapter, called Identifying Value: Regression, Randomness, and Running Backs, details how you can “buy low” on players whose play is likely to improve due to regression toward the mean. Check back later this week for Part II.
- At the New York Times’ Fifth Down blog, I published an interview I had with ESPN fantasy sports deputy editor Eric Karabell. We compared notes on the upcoming fantasy football season.
- After some email and Twitter requests, I will be selling my 2012 fantasy football projections and rankings. They are currently on sale for $2.99. You get a PDF with my rankings and overvalued/undervalued players, as well as an Excel spreadsheet with projections and rankings. You can easily customize the projections to fit your league scoring system.
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