Archive: ADP

Perception Vs. Reality: The Detriment of Reaching

15th of March, 2013

You can do some sort of cold weather rain dance, hoping the Weather Gods spare your body, but really, hypothermia may be the result on Black Friday. You can put on as many layers as you want. Sometimes it won’t make a difference. Still, each year, millions of people push their bodies to the limit […]

Is Megatron’s ADP too low?: A Conceptual Look at March Mock Drafts

9th of March, 2013

Years ago, Joe Bryant coined the concept of “Value-Based Drafting” (VBD), which helped fantasy football owners recognize player value in fantasy football drafts. The idea is simple, and I’ve referenced it many times: The value of a player is determined not by the number of points he scores, but by how much he outscores his […]

When Sleepers Wake Up: Analysis of Rising Breakout Players

19th of August, 2012

There’s this Vietnamese restaurant in my neighborhood that’s really, really tasty. I go pretty often, especially considering that I can get a full meal for just a five-dollar bill. Aside: You know what else you can get for five dollars? My book, The Late Round Quarterback. I told some friends about it, and have noticed […]

Using Average Draft Positions to Your Advantage

10th of August, 2012

Could you imagine going to the grocery store for a gallon of milk, and paying a couple of extra bucks just for the heck of it? The price tag says “$3.50”, but you just say, “hey, I’m going to pay an extra dollar for this” when you get to the checkout line. Or let’s say […]