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Fantasy Football for Smart People: How to Dominate Your Draft

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  • Seller:Wordery USA
  • Sales Rank:122,160
  • Languages:English (Published), English (Original Language), English (Unknown)
  • Media:Paperback
  • Number Of Items:1
  • Pages:132
  • Shipping Weight (lbs):0.3
  • Dimensions (in):6 x 0.3 x 9
  • Publication Date:May 26, 2012
  • ISBN:1477542981
  • EAN:9781477542989
  • ASIN:1477542981
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Editorial Reviews:
"Fantasy Football for Smart People: How to Dominate Your Draft" is in-depth fantasy football draft strategy. The aim of the book is to provide advanced material for experienced fantasy football owners and "bottom line" analysis for novices. The book is not a collection of player rankings or projections, but rather an assessment of various draft strategies and fantasy football tenants. It will provide a solid foundation from which you can improve as an owner to dominate your draft.

                 - Jonathan Bales, Author
  • Table of Contents
Chapter 1:  The Most In-Depth Introduction You'll Ever Read
  • How to use scarcity at a position to acquire maximum value
  • How to use your opponents' beliefs to get the best players
  • Why predictability is more important than projected points

Chapter 2: Why Week-to-Week Consistency is (Almost) Worthless
  • Why you should start a nearly identical lineup each week
  • How to create tiered rankings that implement players' risk
  • When and how to take gambles during your draft

Chapter 3: Season-to-Season Consistency: Why It Matters and How to Use it
  • How stats like rushing, receiving, and passing yards/touchdowns translate from one season to another
  • Why defenses and kickers are almost entirely unpredictable
  • Why a quarterback or top-tier running back should be your first-round selection
  • Why tight ends are the most consistent players in fantasy football

Chapter 4: Tier-ing Up: How to Create Basic Projections and Tiered Rankings
  • A basic formula to create projections
  • How to make tiers in your rankings
  • Why you should almost never take the best player available on your board (for real)
  • Why drafting near the end of a round is advantageous

Chapter 5: More on Position Scarcity
  • Why Aaron Rodgers and Rob Gronkowski might be the perfect 1-2 combination
  • Why you can grab quality wide receivers late

Chapter 6: Identifying Value: Regression, Randomness, and Running Backs
  • How to identify undervalued players
  • Why running backs with lots of carries aren't really being overworked or overvalued
  • How to predict running backs' yards-per-carry

Chapter 7: Getting Bullish: What the Stock Market Can Teach Us About Fantasy Football
  • How fantasy football is incredibly similar to the stock market (and what we can learn from the latter)
  • Why a player's value can be different for different teams
  • How to "buy low" and "sell high" during your draft
  • How to utilize public perception
  • Why your focus shouldn't be securing the most projected points with each pick, but rather "losing" the least

Chapter 8: The Ultimate Draft Plan: From Projections to Selections
  • Specific formulas to project player stats
  • How to factor league requirements into your rankings
  • Sample breakdowns of Matt Ryan and Steve Smith
  • How to create player power ratings and turn them into the ultimate big board

Chapter 9: Building the Ideal Fantasy Football Players
  • Breaking down the ideal characteristics for QB, RB, WR, and TE
  • How to use measurables to project players, especially rookies
  • Why speed matters more for running backs than receivers

Chapter 10: Don't Mock Me: Oh, now wait. Go ahead.
  • Taking you through two mock drafts I completed in March
  • Notes on each pick

Chapter 11: Fantasy Football for Smart People: What the Experts Don't Want You to Know
  • How to project players based on age
  • Understanding historic rates of decline for each position
  • How to predict performances using "similarity scores"
  • Understanding risk and reward

Chapter 12: Fantasy Football for Smart People: How to Cash in on the Future of the Game

  • How to manage your money in weekly fantasy football
  • Understanding "juice"
  • Picking the perfect entry fee size

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