Fantasy Football Peripheral Rankings by Team for Week 6 2018

This week we are getting a bit more advanced, as we must perfect and refine our process for the 2018 season so that we can gain an edge on the competition that so many players are trying to get. This is a very important edge because it is based on the opportunity the player receives on a consistent basis, which is based on the team opportunity.

Teams with most offensive snap opportunities along with their QB’s

Roethlisberger /Steelers: 355

P. Rivers/Chargers 322

Falcons/M. Ryan 354

C. Newton/Panthres 1 more game needed

J. Goff/Rams 333

A Rodgers/Packers 377

T. Brady/Pats 337

P. Mahomes/Chiefs 338

D. Watson/Houston 375

Vikings/K. Cousin 336

A Dalton/Bengals 329

A. Luck/Indy 374

Bortles/Jags 351

R. Wilson/Seahawks 318

Bears/Trubisky 269 – only 4 games

J. Winston – only taken %6 of snaps this season.

A. Smith/Redskins 275 4 games played

Mayfield/Browns – %53 of snaps this season.

S. Darnold – 305 snaps – lowest amount of snaps for any QB/team that has played %100 of teams QB snaps.

J. Rosen/Cards only %48 of snaps this season.

J. Allen/Bills 284 snaps – %90 of snaps so far this season.

C. Beathard/49ers – taken $45  of snaps.

D. Watson/Texans 375 snaps

J. Flacco 375 snaps. Only played %90 of team snaps this year so far.

D. Car/Raiders 359 snaps

M. Mariotta/Titans – Played %68 of snaps

D. Prescott/Cowboys – 309 snaps

C. Keanum/Broncos – 345 snaps

R. Tannehill – 266 snaps Lowest amount of snaps played by any QB who has played all 5 games.

 

Consistency Rakings                 Proj.               Mean              S.D.               C.V

Rams

Falcons

Vikings

Steelers

Bengals

Buccaneers

Seahawks

Chargers

Browns/Ravens

B. Mayfield; 16.9.9 Pts Proj. Potential for much greater in is small sample size. Is making difficult throws and maturing fast!

C. Hyde;

 

Week 5 NFL Fantasy Standard Deviation Rankings Projected for Fanduel

This Report provides the Standard Deviation and Co Efficient Variable for week 5 NFL fantasy action, most Positions on the fanduel slate. For more on the SD, and CV metrics, visit: Wealthy Fantasy Football Keys to Consistency in Fantasy Football for Winning your leagues. Check out the Week 5 Studs you want to play at the bottom for Fanduel

Here’s the Video for a better explanation and understanding:

 

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Week 5 NFL Fantasy Standard Deviation Rankings Projected for Fanduel

NHL Rankings for NHL DFS 2018-19 Season

Just doing a DFS Rankings Special Article to get you the help you need before entering your lineups for the 1018-19 NHL Season.

1. Alex Ovechkin LW WSH
2. Nikita Kucherov RW TB
3. Connor McDavid C EDM
4. Sidney Crosby C PIT
5. Evgeni Malkin C PIT
6. Brad Marchand LW BOS
7. Blake Wheeler RW WPG
8. Steven Stamkos C TB
9. Tyler Seguin C DAL
10. Auston Matthews C TOR
11. Nathan MacKinnon C COL
12. Taylor Hall LW NJ
13. John Tavares C TOR
14. Patrick Kane RW CHI
15. Patrik Laine LW WPG
16. Connor Hellebuyck G WPG
17. Jamie Benn C DAL
18. David Pastrnak RW BOS
19. Andrei Vasilevskiy G TB
20. Brent Burns D SJ
21. Claude Giroux C PHI
22. Erik Karlsson D SJ
23. Evgeny Kuznetsov C WSH
24. Victor Hedman D TB
25. Vladimir Tarasenko RW STL
26 Phil Kessel RW PIT
27 Dustin Byfuglien D WPG
28 Mitchell Marner RW TOR
29 Jakub Voracek RW PHI
30 Pekka Rinne G NSH
31 Mark Scheifele C WPG
32 Johnny Gaudreau LW CGY
33 Sergei Bobrovsky G CBJ
34 Anze Kopitar C LA
35 Jonathan Quick G LA
36 Joe Pavelski C SJ
37 Braden Holtby G WSH
38 Filip Forsberg LW NSH
39 Tuukka Rask G BOS
40 Jack Eichel C BUF
41 Shayne Gostisbehere D PHI
42 Artemi Panarin LW CBJ
43 Vincent Trocheck C FLA
44 Patrice Bergeron C BOS
45 Aleksander Barkov C FLA
46 Brock Boeser RW VAN
47 Martin Jones G SJ
48 Seth Jones D CBJ
49 Frederik Andersen G TOR
50 Jonathan Marchessault LW VGK
51 Drew Doughty D LA
52 Marc-Andre Fleury G VGK
53 John Carlson D WSH
54 P.K. Subban D NSH
55 John Gibson G ANA
56 Patric Hornqvist RW PIT
57 Mikko Rantanen RW COL
58 Leon Draisaitl C EDM
59 John Klingberg D DAL
60 Roman Josi D NSH
61 Ryan Getzlaf C ANA
62 Rickard Rakell RW ANA
63 Matt Murray G PIT
64 Alexander Radulov LW DAL
66 Tyson Barrie D COL
67 Torey Krug D BOS
68 William Karlsson C VGK
69 Mathew Barzal C NYI
70 Ilya Kovalchuk RW LA
71 Sean Monahan C CGY
72 Sean Couturier C PHI
73 Kristopher Letang D PIT
74 Dougie Hamilton D CAR
75 Nicklas Backstrom C WSH
76 Devan Dubnyk G MIN
77 Carey Price G MTL
78 Sebastian Aho C CAR
79 Ben Bishop G DAL
80 Max Pacioretty LW VGK
81 Jake Allen G STL
82 James Van Riemsdyk LW PHI
83 Brendan Gallagher RW MTL
84 Kyle Palmieri RW NJ
85 Nikolaj Ehlers LW WPG
86 Alex Pietrangelo D STL
87 Cam Atkinson RW CBJ
88 Rasmus Ristolainen D BUF
89 Clayton Keller RW ARI
90 Wayne Simmonds RW PHI
91 Charlie McAvoy D BOS
92 Jaden Schwartz LW STL
93 Oliver Ekman-Larsson D ARI
94 Brayden Schenn LW STL
95 Antti Raanta G ARI
96 Ivan Provorov D PHI
97 Matthew Tkachuk LW CGY
98 Mark Stone RW OTT
99 Ryan Ellis D NSH
100 Rasmus Dahlin D BUF
101 Jeff Carter C LA
102 Keith Yandle D FLA
103 Morgan Rielly D TOR
104 Cam Talbot G EDM
105 Ryan Suter D MIN
106 Logan Couture C SJ
107 Dustin Brown RW LA
108 Jeff Skinner LW BUF
109 Viktor Arvidsson LW NSH
110 William Nylander RW TOR
111 Reilly Smith RW VGK
112 James Neal RW CGY
113 Jeff Petry D MTL
114 Mark Giordano D CGY
115 Mathew Dumba D MIN
116 Mikael Granlund C MIN
117 Jonathan Huberdeau LW FLA
118 Henrik Lundqvist G NYR
119 Corey Crawford G CHI
120 Brayden Point C TB
121 Mike Smith G CGY
122 Jonathan Toews C CHI
123 Zachary Werenski D CBJ
124 Mike Hoffman LW FLA
125 Nico Hischier C NJ
126 Nick Bjugstad RW FLA
127 Duncan Keith D CHI
128 Chris Kreider LW NYR
129 Teuvo Teravainen C CAR
130 Gabriel Landeskog LW COL
131 Eric Staal C MIN
132 T.J. Oshie RW WSH
133 Aaron Ekblad D FLA
134 Ryan Johansen C NSH
135 Jake Guentzel LW PIT
136 Ryan Nugent-Hopkins C EDM
137 Semyon Varlamov G COL
138 Nazem Kadri C TOR
139 Cory Schneider G NJ
140 Dylan Larkin C DET
141 Kyle Connor LW WPG
142 Jake Gardiner D TOR
143 Roberto Luongo G FLA
144 Jason Zucker LW MIN
145 Evgeny Dadonov LW FLA
146 Jimmy Howard G DET
147 Mikhail Sergachev D TB
148 Carter Hutton G BUF
149 Tom Wilson RW WSH
150 Alex DeBrincat RW CHI

Fantasy Football Standard Deviation Report: Rakings for Week 4

Let’s face it. We all make mistakes when it comes to fantasy football. Anything can happened as we have seen this past week with the upset of the Bills over the Vikings. However, we can correct ourselves and forget about the chalk now, and go with what works; Standard Deviation.

This is an exciting time of year because it is about the time when I start considering this unique stat among others for evaluating my rankings on a weekly basis with better accuracy and less guesswork, based on 3 weeks of data in the NFL.

Here it is:

QuarterBack

 

Wide Receiver

Fantasy Football Week 4 Standard Deviation RankingsThe DraftDashboard, showing addistional WR’s with the highest Ave Points Per Game Shown. Separate the ones who don’t have good SD, CV, and that may not have enough Targets and/or Snaps per game. Click on the picture to get a free 30 Day Trial.

Tight End

Week 3 Fantasy Football Rankings: With Tournament Bonus Video (2nd Video)

This week 3 has 2 regular season games to take data from, as we must balance that still with regular season data from last season combined with what we have seen on the field. If you notice in my weekly update for season long rankings on my menu page, there are some major changes form top to bottom. This includes Julio Jones ranked above Antonio Brown but below Micheal Thomas as the #1 WR. Thomas is trending up while Jones is gaining much more consistancy throughout the past 2 years, along with the huge upside if M. Ryan can hit him deep, and he has tried. This list will have to be updated daily up to gameday at 1pm with notes added for any changes leading up to kickoff.

Here’s the Video: Also below are the top consensus projections for PPR leagues among top experts and computers in the industry. If any questions about these, please leave a comment below. 

 

Patrick Mahomes
KC
2
Ben Roethlisberger
PIT
3 Cam Newton CAR
4 Tom Brady NE
5
Deshaun Watson
HOU
6 Aaron Rodgers GB
7 Drew Brees NO
8 Ryan Fitzpatrick TB
9
J. Garropppolo
SF
10 Russell Wilson SEA
11 Kirk Cousins MIN
12 Philip Rivers LAC
13 Andrew Luck IND
14 Jared Goff LAR
15 Matt Ryan ATL
16 Blake Bortles JAC
17 Carson Wentz PHI
18 Andy Dalton CIN
19
Matthew Stafford
Det
20 Alex Smith WAS
1 Alvin Kamara NO
2 Todd Gurley LAR
3 Ezekiel Elliott DAL
4 Melvin Gordon LAC
5 David Johnson ARI
6 James Conner PIT
7 Dalvin Cook MIN
8
Christian McCaffrey
CAR
9 Jordan Howard CHI
10 Kenyan Drake MIA
11 Kareem Hunt KC
12 Saquon Barkley NYG
13 Tevin Coleman ATL
14
Marshawn Lynch
OAK
15 Jay Ajayi PHI
16 Giovani Bernard CIN
17 Adrian Peterson WAS
18 Lamar Miller HOU
19 Chris Thompson WAS
20 Matt Breida SF
21 Phillip Lindsay DEN
22 Carlos Hyde CLE
23 Alex Collins BAL
24 P Barber TB
25 Dion Lewis TEN
1 Antonio Brown PIT
2 Michael Thomas NO
3 Julio Jones ATL
4
DeAndre Hopkins
HOU
5 Mike Evans TB
6 A.J. Green CIN
7 Tyreek Hill KC
8 Brandin Cooks LAR
9
JuJu Smith-Schuster
PIT
10 Stefon Diggs MIN
11 T.Y. Hilton IND
12 Odell Beckham NYG
13 Davante Adams GB
14 Keenan Allen LAC
15 Adam Thielen MIN
16 Jarvis Landry CLE
17
Emmanuel Sanders
DEN
18 Golden Tate DET
19 Will Fuller HOU
20 DeSean Jackson TB
21 Kenny Golladay DET
22 Nelson Agholor PHI
23 Marvin Jones DET
24 Amari Cooper OAK
25
Demaryius Thomas
DEN
26 Chris Hogan NE
27 Sammy Watkins KC
28 Quincy Enunwa NYJ
29 Cooper Kupp LAR
30 Kenny Stills MIA
1 Rob Gronkowski NE
2 Travis Kelce KC
3 Zach Ertz PHI
4 Jordan Reed WAS
5 Trey Burton CHI
6 Evan Engram NYG
7 Jimmy Graham GB
8 George Kittle SF
9 Jesse James PIT
10 David Njoku CLE
11 Kyle Rudolph MIN
12 Jared Cook OAK
13 Will Dissly SEA
14 O.J. Howard TB
15 Eric Ebron IND
16 Benjamin Watson NO
17 Jack Doyle IND
18
Austin Seferian-Jenkins
JAC
19 Austin Hooper ATL
20 Tyler Eifert CIN
1 Vikings MIN
2 Jaguars JAC
3 Bears CHI
4 Texans HOU
5 Rams LAR
6 Broncos DEN
7 Eagles PHI
8 Browns CLE
9
Seahawks
SEA
10 Dolphins MIA
11 Cowboys DAL
12 Patriots NE
13 Panthers CAR
14 Falcons ATL
15 Giants NYG
16 Saints NO
17 Chargers LAC
18 Bengals CIN
19 Ravens BAL
20 Packers GB
21 Chiefs KC
22 Jets NYJ
23 Cardinals ARI
24 Raiders OAK

See the DFS Army Research Station for more of what these experts, as they are known for, to provide you the same tools tools the profesionals use.

Week 2 Fantasy Football Rankings, Projections for Fanduel

For this week in the NFL I will go into some basic strategy for this week and go right into the rankings by position, regardless of price. When playing salary cap football, you must have your Core Base Players for your %50/50’s, Double Ups and Head to Head matchups. Pay up for running backs who get a good workload/share with targets to score more points. Find out all of this info and more advice at the DraftDashBoard.com. Then I would suggest waiting and getting a feel for under owned stud and value sleepers, setting those the day of the Sunday main slates, unless playing on another slate, setting sooner.

Also we have some data from last week, however this small sample size is not enough to yet have a standard deviation and co-efficient variable, of interest to cash game and GP players as well, and her’es why, you’ll want that ready for next week and beyond. This is one of my key fantasy football articles for 2018, even though written in 2016. This method really helps you understand how to differentiate the 2 type of players.

Here are the raw rankings for this weeks scoring on fanduel. This does not include potential upside tournament plays. in other words, this list entails which players should actually score the most points on fanduel.

Quarterback Rankings:

  1. Ben Roethlisberger 7.3, 0.4 Dev./CV
  2. Drew Brees 3.48, 0.5 Dev./CV
  3. Alex Smith 9, 0.48 Dev./CV
  4. Deshaun Watson Avg. 23.6 PG flr of 6.7
  5. Patrick Mahomes 19.9 PG flr of 11.4
  6. Jered Goff Avg 14.8 flr of 4.8
  7. Philip Rivers of Avg 18 flr of 6.5
  8. Russell Wilson Avg 20.5 flr of 8.3
  9. Tom Brady 20.8 PG 5.3 flr
  10. Jimmy Garopolo Avg 15.6 flr of 5.1
  11. Case Keenum Avg 14.5 flr of 4.2
  12. M. Stanford Avg 18.1 flr of 8.1

Running Back Rankings:

  1. Todd Gurley Avg 16.6 flr of 1.9
  2. Alvin Kamara Avg 18.8 flr of 4.2
  3. Melvin Gordon Avg 14 flr of .5
  4. James Conner
  5. David Johnson Avg 17.9 flr of 2.2
  6. Zeke Elliott Avg 19.8 flr of 4.2
  7. Dalvin Cook Avg 14.1 flr of 7.4
  8. Kareem Hunt Avg 16.1 flr of 3.1
  9. Christian McCaffrey Avg 11.7 flr of 6.4
  10. Carlos Hyde
  11. Saquon Barkley 1 game of 19.8
  12. Jay Ajayi
  13. Adrian Peterson Avg 11.3 flr of .4
  14. Chris Thompson

Wide Receiver Rankings:

  1. Antonio Brown
  2. Michael Thomas
  3. Keenan Allen
  4. Julio Jones
  5. Odell Beckham
  6. Jarvis Landry
  7. DeAndre Hopkins
  8. JuJu Smith-Schuster
  9. Demaryius Thomas
  10. Golden Tate
  11. Emmanuel Sanders
  12. Tyreek Hill
  13. Allen Robinson
  14. Josh Gordon
  15. Mike Evans
  16. Randall Cobb
  17. Mike Crabtree
  18. Adam Thilen
  19. Stef Diggs
  20. Robby Anderson

Best Game Totals too Take Advantage of:

  1. LA Rams RB, Defense
  2. NO RB, QB, WR
  3. Pit RB, QB, WR
  4. SF QB, RB, WR, TE
  5. Wash QB, RB, TE, Slot
  6. Den QB, WR, RB, Defense
  7. LA Chargers RB, Defense
  8. Atl RB, Defense, #1 WR
  9. Min RB, QB, WR, TE, Defense
  10. KC QB, WR, TE

 

 

Fantasy Football Week 1 Projections 2018; Start with these 7 Stud Players

From my research for this week in fantasy football for week 1 of the 2018 season, so far I can say that its best with only a few exceptions to go with some stud players in trying to catch some wins this week.

While rookies and 2nd year unproven commodities will have their day, I don’t think it will be this week.

Here are the fist tier, which includes 7 players that should be your captains heading into week one in Cash, tournament and season long football leagues.

Fantasy Football Week 1 Projections: 7 Must Plays
Click on the Image to Get more!

Its about time to get it started. There is a ton of research to do but no one really knows. To win you have to stay consistent in your process all year long. I have a sure strategy that worked all last year, in making sure, whether the competition is stiff or light, with new people coming into the game, this article will help you stay on top, winning over %50 of your games.See my Standard Deviation Article. This way as long as you beat your head to head opponent, one week at a time, you stay in the mix for the playoffs and championship.

Build some of your lineups around these players if your can, starting with the Brad/Gonk stack. Then try for the Thomas/Brees combo. When you go from there, you will see easy ways of building hundreds of lineups if you like using the draftdashboard. This is an easy to use model, which helps you not only in basic research, but also to sort your priority list such as this one, and sort with whatever you can afford to work with in your DraftKings, Fanduel, or other places to play throughout the 2018 year.

 

How to get ready for a Fantasy Football Draft in 2018

When you are preparing for your fantasy football draft for 2018 you can make the process very easy by doing just 3 simple steps.

Step 1

First, find out what type of league you are playing in and how many teams will be in your league. Most leagues will be standard scoring unless the site has settings on and the commissioner has set up custom league scoring. In most cases this is not modified.

Also you must find your league setting for wherever you play and determine whether it is setup as PPR or Non-PPR. PPR stands for Point or 1/2 point per reception. You can default your scoring to PPR if it is a 1/2 point PPR. This way, you will be sure to take into accurate consideration the receptions your players will obtain.

How to get ready for a Fantasy Football Draft in 2018

2nd Step

You will then want to go to Sportsline.com for the Site, amount of players you have in your league, and the scoring types mentioned above. This will give you a spreadsheet to go by on draft day. This is really the best place to go compared to other places which may have you confused and charge you a significant amount as well.

3rd Step

Check in with as many reliable and detailed injury reports as possible. Get dialed in with podcasts such as espn’s fantasy football show, which get most detailed compared with others for expert physician tips. The Pick6 Podcast from CBS had a recent interview with a Dr. as well to help keep on top of and get a better understanding of what various types of injuries mean to the prospects of a player having a successful fantasy football season. Once you have the higher risk injuries assessed as much as possible, you can even eliminate those risks altogether. Or if you take one in late rounds that is fine as well.

Its a Season Long Strategy

Remember, in weekly fantasy football you only have to beat 1 opponent. So that means you are not going up against your whole league all at once. Just take it one game at a time and stop worrying about the whole season during a draft. Eliminate risks and take players who have shown to be consistent values all season long. A low standard deviation will help with this as I will help give numbers as the season goes on, giving you valuable insights as to players you could look at picking up during the season so you can beat your opponent and win the next week. See one of my 2017 articles, Beating the standard deviation, As I will get more into detail with this topic this season in coming weeks.

 

 

The Return of CFB to Fantasy Football! A way to Dominate College Competition

College Fantasy Football is Back and here are my tips in order of importance getting right into it. There is good news and bad news though, about the restart of CFB Fantasy. That is that there is much less technical info on the game then in the professional level of NFL, unless a service really offers something I have not seen before. The great news is that there is no advantage anyone else should have as far as paying for Optimizers, spreadsheets, cheatsheets, and Lineup generators for NFL, NBA, MLB, and NHL.

  1. Vegas Lines

as always in fantasy sports, vegas lines matter in every sport.

2. CFB Depth Charts.

The depth charts are supposed to be most reliable on ourlads.com. They can however even be found directly on the DrafKings site when entering your lineups. I have noticed for the Thurseday slate to start the season, that there is a QB, as a  tip, that is less expensive than the supposed starter, per Dratkings for Texas A&M. However ourlads has the 2nd most expensive option as the staring QB for $900 less salary. Maybe this could be a split QB comp

Daily Fantasy Football Sports Advice: Domination of the Expert Field.

To begin the daily fantasy football season, and get the best advice, you want more than a handicapper. Making your own way successful is life changing. And you can do it sometimes in little time.

The experts are in the field of daily fantasy and season long sports, and we all have to admit, its the funnest arena there is out there by far!

So what advice and help can I really offer you today besides the tools to get you started? (there is always the pitch right?) even in other sports besides baseball.

Best advice to Give in DFS Sports

Well, experience is the key. Playing season long fantasy football since 1999 and daily fantasy football since 2012 there is a lot to learn from. We all thought we were good at one point, only to lose our whole bankroll. I never lost everything all at once thankfully, but the bank roll has been refilled many times over the years.

Results of the Best of the Best

How about actual results to show? Admittedly, I have not been one of those 100k+ winners. Hopefully that will come in my lifetime, but here are some of the absolute best scenarios. Intro to the 2018 daily fantasy football season. As you read on there, you will find HOW they did win some of those tournaments, and even some consistent thousands of dollar value wins outside of those large field wins.

To open yourself up to a large door of opportunity, don’t hesitate to get all of the knowledge tools, training, and coaching with diversification in all sports and all seasons, heck, even including NFL pre-season here.

College Sports Advice

Want to get into College Football season for 2018. Here is a total breakdown of what experts had to say about winning contests from back in 2015, since it has now returned on draftkings, here is 5 ways to start winning in college football. including the actual winning results as well. I recall getting a few wins myself back in those days…

When you keep up with the articles of advice on DFSArmy, and their offer, you really don’t need to go anywhere else, browsing through hundreds of sites, to get information on the main NFL matchups, will take time. Let’s face it, all of the time needed in research and daily advice will take a lot of time away from your wife and family if you have, and that never leads to good things. keep yourself laser focused on the games, in the right amount of given time for success.

The Best Place to Get Season long DFS advice, research, and Optimization.

Its going to be a crazy season with tons of sports and info out there, and to try and succeed you must, must have the right resources at your fingertips to enjoy the harvest of the season in nfl, and coming in the future, nba, and nhl. The Domination of the expert field is more than possible with The Research Station and Optimzer Stable, branded with the DFS Army for your research and lineups setup all seasons long.