Gold-Mining – Week 3



  1. Dave says:

    I’d be willing to be a lot of money that Peterson, Woodhead, Abdullah, Moncrief, and Keenan Allen will have exactly 0 pts. Did I miss anyone? What is going on with these projections?

  2. Bobby says:

    I think you guys might be missing the Rams D this week?

  3. David says:

    Hi, is HPPR half point per reception?

  4. Scot says:

    Interesting, Why isn’t the webapp data updated daily? Most projections change on Wednesday’s in response to practice reports and the Thursday’s lineup changes. Curious why the webapp doesn’t rescrape the data to take into account these last minute changes. As of right now seems the data was last updated on Tuesday.

  5. Brendan McLean says:

    I’d like to create these visualizations using the scoring from my league. What function do you use in R to create the above graphs?

  6. Jason says:

    Can someone please tell me how I can view the accuracy of a week’s projections? For instance, how do I go back and look at the accuracy for Week 2 2016?

    Now that this is a paid service, it’d be nice if this was a little more well-documented and organized! Love the service, but having to comment on blog posts vs. a forum is a pain and impossible to search through.

  7. Kevin says:

    Wouldn’t it make sense to run this later in the week, or update it daily, several players are projected here who aren’t playing.

  8. Mark Sherrod says:

    Just curious, how is Russell Wilson still one of the highest rated QB when my others (Wentz and Taylor) are putting 15 points or more for the last 2 weeks and haven’t moved much higher in the rankings. I just want to get the most out of this wonderful app. You also said that I can’t get the optimum lineup with just a standard fantasy league, correct?

    • We calculate projections from the wisdom of the crowd, so RW must be projected high from some sites. You can see which sites project him high by deselecting sites. Then you can change the weights if you want to give some sites greater weights. You can use the Projections Tool to compare players for standard fantasy leagues.

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