Fantasy efficiency happens on the intersection of effectivity and alternative. Whereas most fantasy gamers and followers can recite empty effectivity stats corresponding to yards per carry and yards per reception by reminiscence, most haven’t got an actual grasp of a participant’s utilization.
Alternative is the lifeblood of fantasy efficiency. Due to statistics corresponding to common depth of goal (aDOT), air yards, routes run and quarterback dropbacks, we now have a better understanding of participant utilization.
For 2020, utilizing proprietary PFF information, readers will now have distinctive insights into a number of new utilization metrics solely obtainable on this report.
- Two-minute offense
- 4-minute offense
- Third and fourth down with over seven yards to go (LDD)
- Open targets (two steps of separation or extra)
- First, subsequent and check-down targets
With this information in hand, fantasy gamers could make well timed and knowledgeable choices based mostly on the worth of a participant’s position. Whether or not the objective is to unearth much less apparent DFS performs or to know when to buy-low or sell-high in season-long, these developments are a vital part of success.
Knowledge notes and key:
- Snap information consists of performs known as again by penalty as a result of they supply further play-calling and utilization intent
- Go snaps = route or cross blocking
- Run snaps = rush try or blocking
- LDD = lengthy down and distance (third and fourth down with over seven yards to go)
- 4 Min = four-minute offense (rating differential and time dictates slower tempo)
- 2 Min = two-minute offense (rating differential and time dictates quicker tempo)
- aDOT = common depth of goal
- EZ goal = end-zone goal
- Trailing = dropping by 4 or extra
- Main = profitable by 4 or extra
- Shut = rating inside three
- BLOS = behind the road of scrimmage
- Ranks = PPR season-long
D’Andre Swift (RB13), Detroit Lions
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