Welcome to week 9!
Custom gold-mining charts (that are specific to your league settings)
are now available in
app. They are calculated slightly differently -using the top and
bottom deciles for the error bars instead of the pseudomedian confidence
app and set up an account to input your league settings.
The graphs below summarize the projections from a variety of sources.
This week’s summary includes projections from: CBS: CBS Average,
FantasyPros, FantasySharks, NFL, FFToday, NumberFire and FleaFlicker.
The data for this article was collected on 11/04/22. For more details on
WR gold mining and how to interpret the graphs above, see
post explaining gold mining .
Projection Graphs Standard Leagues
Standard Scoring League Running Backs
From the graph below notice that:
- DOnta Foreman, Jonathan Taylor, James Conner, Khalil Herbert and Gus
Edwards are the five players with the largest upside (as measured
from their (pseudo)medians). For these players, some projections are
placing much higher valuations than others. If you are projected to lose
this week by quite a few points and are looking for a risky play that
may tip the balance in your favor, these are players to consider.
- Kenyan Drake, Khalil Herbert, Jeffery Wilson, Rex Burkhead and
Kenneth Gainwell are the players with the smallest downside,
which suggests that while their median projection might not be great,
there is less uncertainty concerning how poorly they may perform. So, if
you are likely to win by a lot and want to reduce your downside risk,
these players may deserve extra attention.
- On the other hand, DOnta Foreman, Jonathan Taylor, James Conner,
Clyde Edwards-Helaire and Deon Jackson are the five players with the
largest downside this week. If you are planning on starting them,
it may be prudent to investigate why some projections have such low
expectations for these players.