So we have been doing a series on the drivers of fantasy production and finding out what snap level statistic has a correlation to their fantasy performance. In short, we are looking to find an indicator for a greater performance by each position and scoring format. For example, in the wide receivers group we found
Analyzing wide receivers and the snap data from the 2017 season fell right in line with our previous post which observed players from all offensive positions found here that showed those players with a higher Snap Played % led to higher point production. Please note in this analysis we are only comparing those players who
It’s that time of the year, let the trash talking commence. This year is going to be different if you have been struggling (especially since you find yourself on LineUpAllStar.com), let your dynasty begin/continue! Previously we noted there was a correlation between a higher percent of snaps played and the fantasy production by a player.
As you prepare for the 2018 NFL season with Fantasy Football in mind, you don’t want to be the person who drafts players that won’t even see the field. Essentially LineUpAllStar doesn’t want you drafting those players who were picked last in gym class (or on the practice field). It’s important and quite intuitive to