Tuesday, June 30, 2015

Summary DEF Chart Team vs Hard Weeks Only Visuals


Summary DEF Chart Team vs Hard Weeks Only Visuals


I have placed all of our data in a printable flash card. We will update later.
Enjoy!

 I will refer you to the previous analysis but its clear where there are advantages for the smart FF player use them!

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Monday, June 29, 2015

Defense Strength Against (DA)/ Strength of Schedule (SOS)-AFC NORTH

Defense Data

Defense Against (DA)/ Strength of Schedule (SOS). 

Given the unknowns we are presenting our series of each group and their SOS. We use the SOS deferentially.

Early in the Drafting Season we look at our SOS landscapes illustrated by our charts. See the Tables Below. We identify big pictures on the division. (Good, Average, Hard). We look into the Teams in a chart form and have assigned a scale number from 60 (EASY) to 100 (HARD) to each opponent. 

We are looking to predict several things:

A) the "fate flow" of the team. - Even, E or H early, E or H mid, and E or H in playoff weeks
       (14 to 16 ish). We included week 17 in case you need that.

B) We look for "slides" or "climbs". Slides are a series of 4 easy teams to face while climbs are
       4 hard teams to face.

C) We grade the Playoff weeks for a pattern EEE to HHH or in-between.

We believe that climbs and slides can be signals to use the waiver wire, trade, drop players. It is not the only source of signals but should add to your FOR/AGAINST evidence for testing multiple hypothesis. See my ground breaking blog on that never before published concept.

We believe that Fate Flow/ Playoff patterns, climbs and slides all can be noted on your draft board and can be used in breaking ties between players. I use the old colored pencils on my ranks.

In all these next Blogs on the DA/SOS we present the overall numbers.Table 1 is the Overall Numbers for the SOS numbers. The ALL Table shows a median number for all teams at 80 with the average at 79.3 +- 8.7 SD. So 66% of the data should fall between 70.6 and 88. So remember this and really key on situations above or below those numbers.

AFC numbers 79.6 +- 8.46  and NFC is 79.8 +- 8.9. Not much here.

AFC Divisions   1) North  is   82.2
                           2) East    is    79.5
                           3) West   is   78.7
                           4) South  is at 76.5

So I have placed these in order from harder to easier. AFC South vs AFC North could be a for sure tie breaker. I am looking for sleepers in the South vs downgrading those in the North.

NFC Divisions   1) West  is 82.2
                           2) North is 80
                           3) East  is 77.9
                           4) South is 75.4

So I have placed these in order from harder to easier. NFC West vs NFC South and East as well.
Use these as general guides to grade out your players.

Table 1 SOS Average with SD and Median for ALL, AFC, NFC and their Divisions. 

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Table 2. Defense Strength Against -AFC NORTH BAL and CIN

The AFC NORTH has the hardest SOS of the AFC with an average of 82. CIN has the hardest route with an average of 83.3.

CIN does start out with 2 early easier games. But it goes on a 5 game ANTI-Good stretch into the bye. They come out of the bye with 2 average games and then another 4 hard games from week 10 to 13. The playoffs are hard as well with an AHH pattern. AJ Green is going to have to earn his stats as is Dalton.

BAL has no good stretches of more than 2 games but their games before the bye are 4H, 3A and 1 E. They have out of the bye a stretch of 6 Hard games deep into the playoffs. The playoff pattern is HHA. 


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Table 3. Defense Strength Against -AFC NORTH CLE and PIT

CLE has a little good stretch from week 2 to 4 but that is it. They have a hard way all the way through the playoff (HHH pattern).

PIT has a hard schedule as well with all Hard games in the playoffs (HHH pattern). They have a little relief on weeks 5, 9, 10 and 13. AEAA pattern here on these week. That is it. A Brown and Big Ben will be under the gun this year. 


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Sunday, June 28, 2015

Defense Strength Against (DA)/ Strength of Schedule (SOS)-AFC SOUTH

Defense Data

Defense Against (DA)/ Strength of Schedule (SOS). 


Given the unknowns we are presenting our series of each group and their SOS. We use the SOS deferentially.

Early in the Drafting Season we look at our SOS landscapes illustrated by our charts. See the Tables Below. We identify big pictures on the division. (Good, Average, Hard). We look into the Teams in a chart form and have assigned a scale number from 60 (EASY) to 100 (HARD) to each opponent. 

We are looking to predict several things:

A) the "fate flow" of the team. - Even, E or H early, E or H mid, and E or H in playoff weeks (14 to 16 ish). We included week 17 in case you need that.

B) We look for "slides" or "climbs". Slides are a series of 4 easy teams to face while climbs are 4 hard teams to face.

C) We grade the Playoff weeks for a pattern EEE to HHH or in-between.

We believe that climbs and slides can be signals to use the waiver wire, trade, drop players. It is not the only source of signals but should add to your FOR/AGAINST evidence for testing multiple hypothesis. See my ground breaking blog on that never before published concept.

We believe that Fate Flow/ Playoff patterns, climbs and slides all can be noted on your draft board and can be used in breaking ties between players. I use the old colored pencils on my ranks.

In all these next Blogs on the DA/SOS we present the overall numbers.Table 1 is the Overall Numbers for the SOS numbers. The ALL Table shows a median number for all teams at 80 with the average at 79.3 +- 8.7 SD. So 66% of the data should fall between 70.6 and 88. So remember this and really key on situations above or below those numbers.

AFC numbers 79.6 +- 8.46  and NFC is 79.8 +- 8.9. Not much here.

AFC Divisions     1) North  is   82.2
                           2) East    is    79.5
                           3) West   is   78.7
                           4) South  is at 76.5

So I have placed these in order from harder to easier. AFC South vs AFC North could be a for sure tie breaker. I am looking for sleepers in the South vs downgrading those in the North.

NFC Divisions    1) West  is 82.2
                           2) North is 80
                           3) East  is 77.9
                           4) South is 75.4

So I have placed these in order from harder to easier. NFC West vs NFC South and East as well.
Use these as general guides to grade out your players.

Table 1 SOS Average with SD and Median for ALL, AFC, NFC and their Divisions. 

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Table 2. Defense Strength Against -AFC SOUTH HOU and IND

This group has the lowest average of SOS in the AFC. HOU has the lowest of the low at 76.9.

HOU has 2 Hard games, followed by a favorable week 3 to 6 with an average rating. A good stretch to use for various purposes. They have a HE pattern into the bye and they come out of the bye into the playoff with HHEH pattern. The playoffs are HAE pattern which is a favorable pattern later in the playoff. remember that.

IND has a harder average first part in weeks 1 to 9 with 6 H, 1A and 2E games. Coming out of the bye they a nice stretch of 4 A games into the week 15. However, weeks 15 and 16 are hard games. 

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Table 3.  Defense Strength Against -AFC SOUTH JAX and TEN 

JAX has 6 hard and 2 average games into the week 8 bye. They have 2 hard games in week 9 and 10. However, the good news is JAX has a great stretch from Week 11 to 16. A very longer stretch. If the JAX team can get it together they will have a nice favorable stretch. Draft for the later easier schedule for the JAX team. 

TEN has a good opening 3 week with AHA pattern into the bye. Out of the bye they have 2 hard games and up and down to week 11. Weeks 11 to 13 includes an easier stretch 3 weeks. The big issue is the Playoff week which are all 3 hard games. Given the issues with TEN this is another reason to be cautious with players from TEN.

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Saturday, June 27, 2015

Defense Strength Against (DA)/ Strength of Schedule (SOS) -AFC WEST

Defense Data

Defense Against (DA)/ Strength of Schedule (SOS). 


Given the unknowns we are presenting our series of each group and their SOS. We use the SOS deferentially.

Early in the Drafting Season we look at our SOS landscapes illustrated by our charts. See the Tables Below. We identify big pictures on the division. (Good, Average, Hard). We look into the Teams in a chart form and have assigned a scale number from 60 (EASY) to 100 (HARD) to each opponent. 

We are looking to predict several things:

A) the "fate flow" of the team. - Even, E or H early, E or H mid, and E or H in playoff weeks (14 to 16 ish). We included week 17 in case you need that.

B) We look for "slides" or "climbs". Slides are a series of 4 easy teams to face while climbs are 4 hard teams to face.

C) We grade the Playoff weeks for a pattern EEE to HHH or in-between.

We believe that climbs and slides can be signals to use the waiver wire, trade, drop players. It is not the only source of signals but should add to your FOR/AGAINST evidence for testing multiple hypothesis. See my ground breaking blog on that never before published concept.

We believe that Fate Flow/ Playoff patterns, climbs and slides all can be noted on your draft board and can be used in breaking ties between players. I use the old colored pencils on my ranks.

In all these next Blogs on the DA/SOS we present the overall numbers.Table 1 is the Overall Numbers for the SOS numbers. The ALL Table shows a median number for all teams at 80 with the average at 79.3 +- 8.7 SD. So 66% of the data should fall between 70.6 and 88. So remember this and really key on situations above or below those numbers.

AFC numbers 79.6 +- 8.46  and NFC is 79.8 +- 8.9. Not much here.

AFC Divisions     1) North  is   82.2
                           2) East    is    79.5
                           3) West   is   78.7
                           4) South  is at 76.5

So I have placed these in order from harder to easier. AFC South vs AFC North could be a for sure tie breaker. I am looking for sleepers in the South vs downgrading those in the North.

NFC Divisions    1) West  is 82.2
                           2) North is 80
                           3) East  is 77.9
                           4) South is 75.4

So I have placed these in order from harder to easier. NFC West vs NFC South and East as well.
Use these as general guides to grade out your players.

Table 1 SOS Average with SD and Median for ALL, AFC, NFC and their Divisions. 

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Table 2. Defense Strength Against -AFC WEST OAK and SD

These 4 teams have about a 79 SOS except for DEN with a 77 (easier). 

OAK is a team with 4 of 5 Hard games into their Bye but weeks 7 to 10 they have a good stretch and that is marked in the bottom chart. They then roll into the playoff HEH. The Playoffs are HHA. Not alot for goodness here in terms of SOS.

The SD team has 2 Hard games in the first 2 weeks. They then have a good Average stretch for weeks 3 to 5. They then roll into a hit or miss set of 4 games into the BYE HEHE pattern. Coming out of the BYE they have HAH and for the playoff they have HHE. I do see the easy week 16 game and they could be a facotr in your playoff planning. 


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Table 3. Defense Strength Against -AFC WEST  DEN and KC

DEN has a 3 Hard game series and hits a AEH pattern into the week 7 bye. Week 8 to 13 they have a up and down pattern from HAHAHA. The Playoff are EAH and a stretch that is favorable exist from week 13 to 16. So that is a situation to know for your playoff planning.

KC has a Hard 4 game set followed by a good 4 game stretch into the BYE. Out of the bye they have a up down pattern HAHE and their playoff is AHA pattern. That is favorable situation.

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Friday, June 26, 2015

Defense Strength Against (DA)/ Strength of Schedule (SOS) -AFC EAST

Defense Data

Defense Against (DA)/ Strength of Schedule (SOS). 


Given the unknowns we are presenting our series of each group and their SOS. We use the SOS deferentially.

Early in the Drafting Season we look at our SOS landscapes illustrated by our charts. See the Tables Below. We identify big pictures on the division. (Good, Average, Hard). We look into the Teams in a chart form and have assigned a scale number from 60 (EASY) to 100 (HARD) to each opponent. 

We are looking to predict several things:

A) the "fate flow" of the team. - Even, E or H early, E or H mid, and E or H in playoff weeks (14 to 16 ish). We included week 17 in case you need that.

B) We look for "slides" or "climbs". Slides are a series of 4 easy teams to face while climbs are 4 hard teams to face.

C) We grade the Playoff weeks for a pattern EEE to HHH or in-between.

We believe that climbs and slides can be signals to use the waiver wire, trade, drop players. It is not the only source of signals but should add to your FOR/AGAINST evidence for testing multiple hypothesis. See my ground breaking blog on that never before published concept.

We believe that Fate Flow/ Playoff patterns, climbs and slides all can be noted on your draft board and can be used in breaking ties between players. I use the old colored pencils on my ranks.

In all these next Blogs on the DA/SOS we present the overall numbers.Table 1 is the Overall Numbers for the SOS numbers. The ALL Table shows a median number for all teams at 80 with the average at 79.3 +- 8.7 SD. So 66% of the data should fall between 70.6 and 88. So remember this and really key on situations above or below those numbers.

AFC numbers 79.6 +- 8.46  and NFC is 79.8 +- 8.9. Not much here.

AFC Divisions     1) North  is   82.2
                           2) East    is    79.5
                           3) West   is   78.7
                           4) South  is at 76.5

So I have placed these in order from harder to easier. AFC South vs AFC North could be a for sure tie breaker. I am looking for sleepers in the South vs downgrading those in the North.

NFC Divisions    1) West  is 82.2
                           2) North is 80
                           3) East  is 77.9
                           4) South is 75.4

So I have placed these in order from harder to easier. NFC West vs NFC South and East as well.
Use these as general guides to grade out your players.

Table 1 SOS Average with SD and Median for ALL, AFC, NFC and their Divisions. 

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This division has the second worst SOS with an average of 79.5. NE and NYJ have roughly the same SOS. 

As seen in table 2, in NE they start off with a AHA going into the bye. They continue out of the break facing some average Defenses. Weeks 7 and 8 are hard SOS and 9 and 10 are Easy and Average. Weeks 11 to 16 we see they face 4 Hards, 1 Average and 1 Easy. The playoff pattern is HEH. I did mark a stretch in the chart from 5 to 10 as the Hards at week 7 and 8 are bottom of the Hard Defense range. So you should be aware of this and use it to you advantage. 

In NJY they start of with 3 A defenses and 1 H going into the bye. Out of the bye they have a  EHEA pattern into week 10. They have a 3 game H stretch from 10 to 12 week. They next 4 games are AEAH, they have a good early playoff pattern. I mark a rare 2 stretches for the NYJs for weeks 1 to 4 and 12 to 15. These are there to include in your plans.

Table 2. Defense Strength Against -AFC EAST NE and NYJ


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In Table 3 we notice the averages are about the same near 79 SOS.

BUF has a first 3 weeks of AHH but has a favorable stretch from 4 to the bye in week 8. Coming out of the BYE they face 6 Hard games. In the playoff they have a Low H, AA pattern. That is a good playoff pattern.

MIA has 2 A defenses to face and have 2 Hard games into the bye. They get an easy game in week 6 but the next 7 weeks are  6H and 1 A. Their playoffs are good with a AAA pattern.

Table 3. Defense Strength Against -AFC EAST BUF and MIA



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Wednesday, June 24, 2015

Defense Strength Against (DA)/ Strength of Schedule (SOS)- NFC WEST

Defense Data

Defense Against (DA)/ Strength of Schedule (SOS). 


Given the unknowns we are presenting our series of each group and their SOS. We use the SOS deferentially.

Early in the Drafting Season we look at our SOS landscapes illustrated by our charts. See the Tables Below. We identify big pictures on the division. (Good, Average, Hard). We look into the Teams in a chart form and have assigned a scale number from 60 (EASY) to 100 (HARD) to each opponent. 

We are looking to predict several things:

A) the "fate flow" of the team. - Even, E or H early, E or H mid, and E or H in playoff weeks (14 to 16 ish). We included week 17 in case you need that.

B) We look for "slides" or "climbs". Slides are a series of 4 easy teams to face while climbs are 4 hard teams to face.

C) We grade the Playoff weeks for a pattern EEE to HHH or in-between.

We believe that climbs and slides can be signals to use the waiver wire, trade, drop players. It is not the only source of signals but should add to your FOR/AGAINST evidence for testing multiple hypothesis. See my ground breaking blog on that never before published concept.

We believe that Fate Flow/ Playoff patterns, climbs and slides all can be noted on your draft board and can be used in breaking ties between players. I use the old colored pencils on my ranks.

In all these next Blogs on the DA/SOS we present the overall numbers.Table 1 is the Overall Numbers for the SOS numbers. The ALL Table shows a median number for all teams at 80 with the average at 79.3 +- 8.7 SD. So 66% of the data should fall between 70.6 and 88. So remember this and really key on situations above or below those numbers.

AFC numbers 79.6 +- 8.46  and NFC is 79.8 +- 8.9. Not much here.

AFC Divisions     1) North  is   82.2
                           2) East    is    79.5
                           3) West   is   78.7
                           4) South  is at 76.5

So I have placed these in order from harder to easier. AFC South vs AFC North could be a for sure tie breaker. I am looking for sleepers in the South vs downgrading those in the North.

NFC Divisions    1) West  is 82.2
                           2) North is 80
                           3) East  is 77.9
                           4) South is 75.4

So I have placed these in order from harder to easier. NFC West vs NFC South and East as well.
Use these as general guides to grade out your players.

Table 1 SOS Average with SD and Median for ALL, AFC, NFC and their Divisions. 

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In Table 2 and 3 are the Team SOS stats. The NFC west have the hardest SOS vs the other 3 NFC divisions. So you can expect any players that are not the studs are in for a uphill climb. So in  those rounds we aware of the SOS.

Table 2 presents SEA and ARI SOS. SEA has a tough show and faces 4 hard weeks for 4 to 7. They get a easier game going into the BYE. They come out into 2 more hard games in 10 and 11. This is followed by 2 average games and in the playoff have a HAH pattern.

In ARI that team starts with 2 easy-type games followed by 3 hard, 2 avg and 1 hard game into the bye. Coming out of the BYE ARI has a hard way to the playoffs. In the playoffs they have a AHH.

Nothing but pain here!

Table 2 . Defense Strength Against -NFC WEST SEA and ARI

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In Table 3 we have STL and SF. Note SF has the highest 83.3 SOS.

In STL they have 3 Hard and 2 Avg SOS games into the Bye and coming out they have easier way to week 11. Week 11 to 14 are all Hard rated. The Playoffs have a HAH pattern.

In SF they have 2 Avg games and go on a 5 out of 7 Hard game stretch to the bye. Out of the bye its all hard except for an average game in week 13. The playoffs are HHH.

Nothing easy here as well.
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Tuesday, June 23, 2015

Defense Strength Against (DA)/ Strength of Schedule (SOS) -NFC EAST

Defense Data

Defense Against (DA)/ Strength of Schedule (SOS). 


Given the unknowns we are presenting our series of each group and their SOS. We use the SOS deferentially.

Early in the Drafting Season we look at our SOS landscapes illustrated by our charts. See the Tables Below. We identify big pictures on the division. (Good, Average, Hard). We look into the Teams in a chart form and have assigned a scale number from 60 (EASY) to 100 (HARD) to each opponent. 

We are looking to predict several things:

A) the "fate flow" of the team. - Even, E or H early, E or H mid, and E or H in playoff weeks (14 to 16 ish). We included week 17 in case you need that.

B) We look for "slides" or "climbs". Slides are a series of 4 easy teams to face while climbs are 4 hard teams to face.

C) We grade the Playoff weeks for a pattern EEE to HHH or in-between.

We believe that climbs and slides can be signals to use the waiver wire, trade, drop players. It is not the only source of signals but should add to your FOR/AGAINST evidence for testing multiple hypothesis. See my ground breaking blog on that never before published concept.

We believe that Fate Flow/ Playoff patterns, climbs and slides all can be noted on your draft board and can be used in breaking ties between players. I use the old colored pencils on my ranks.

In all these next Blogs on the DA/SOS we present the overall numbers.Table 1 is the Overall Numbers for the SOS numbers. The ALL Table shows a median number for all teams at 80 with the average at 79.3 +- 8.7 SD. So 66% of the data should fall between 70.6 and 88. So remember this and really key on situations above or below those numbers.

AFC numbers 79.6 +- 8.46  and NFC is 79.8 +- 8.9. Not much here.

AFC Divisions     1) North  is   82.2
                           2) East    is    79.5
                           3) West   is   78.7
                           4) South  is at 76.5

So I have placed these in order from harder to easier. AFC South vs AFC North could be a for sure tie breaker. I am looking for sleepers in the South vs downgrading those in the North.

NFC Divisions    1) West  is 82.2
                           2) North is 80
                           3) East  is 77.9
                           4) South is 75.4

So I have placed these in order from harder to easier. NFC West vs NFC South and East as well.
Use these as general guides to grade out your players.

Table 1 SOS Average with SD and Median for ALL, AFC, NFC and their Divisions.  photo Slide1_zpsm7taxuvw.jpg

In Table 2 the NFC East Teams of DAL and NYG are highlighted over the 17 weeks. This group of teams has a fairly good DA points near 78 vs the North at 80 and West at 82. Dal has an ok run into its bye in week 5. AHAAH is the pattern. Not too bad. The after the bye and week 6, it get toughs into the playoffs. They have a playoff pattern of HHH.

NYG has a easy roll into the week 4 with AAE pattern but then it hits HHH followed by AAA and H into the bye. After the bye its a Hard stretch. Their playoffs are HHA. You might catch a get drop or trade after week 3 and after week 6. I would not look for smooth sailing for either team during the playoffs

Table 2. SOS of DAL and NYG from the NFC EAST


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PHI has a good stretch early with only 2 H games into its bye. After the bye it has a bumpy ride till week 16 with the easy WAS team as their opponents. Any players that are you are on the fence about should be dropped after week 12 for that tough stretch and look for anyone who is dropped for use in week 16 of your playoffs. The Playoff pattern is HHE.

WAS has a hard set of games into its bye but it gets better from week 10 to 14. The Playoff pattern is AHH. Be aware of this early hard stretch and look for players that will be benefiting from week 10 to 14.

Table 3. SOS of PHI and WAS from the NFC EAST
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Monday, June 22, 2015

Defense Against (DA)/ Strength of Schedule (SOS) NFC NORTH

Defense Data

Defense Against (DA)/ Strength of Schedule (SOS). 

Given the unknowns we are presenting our series of each group and their SOS. We use the SOS deferentially.

Early in the Drafting Season we look at our SOS landscapes illustrated by our charts. See the Tables Below. We identify big pictures on the division. (Good, Average, Hard). We look into the Teams in a chart form and have assigned a scale number from 60 (EASY) to 100 (HARD) to each opponent. 

We are looking to predict several things:

A) the "fate flow" of the team. - Even, E or H early, E or H mid, and E or H in playoff weeks (14 to 16 ish). We included week 17 in case you need that.

B) We look for "slides" or "climbs". Slides are a series of 4 easy teams to face while climbs are 4 hard teams to face.

C) We grade the Playoff weeks for a pattern EEE to HHH or in-between.

We believe that climbs and slides can be signals to use the waiver wire, trade, drop players. It is not the only source of signals but should add to your FOR/AGAINST evidence for testing multiple hypothesis. See my ground breaking blog on that never before published concept.

We believe that Fate Flow/ Playoff patterns, climbs and slides all can be noted on your draft board and can be used in breaking ties between players. I use the old colored pencils on my ranks.

In all these next Blogs on the DA/SOS we present the overall numbers.Table 1 is the Overall Numbers for the SOS numbers. The ALL Table shows a median number for all teams at 80 with the average at 79.3 +- 8.7 SD. So 66% of the data should fall between 70.6 and 88. So remember this and really key on situations above or below those numbers.

AFC numbers 79.6 +- 8.46  and NFC is 79.8 +- 8.9. Not much here.

AFC Divisions     1) North  is   82.2
                           2) East    is    79.5
                           3) West   is   78.7
                           4) South  is at 76.5

So I have placed these in order from harder to easier. AFC South vs AFC North could be a for sure tie breaker. I am looking for sleepers in the South vs downgrading those in the North.

NFC Divisions    1) West  is 82.2
                           2) North is 80
                           3) East  is 77.9
                           4) South is 75.4

So I have placed these in order from harder to easier. NFC West vs NFC South and East as well.
Use these as general guides to grade out your players.

Table 1 SOS Average with SD and Median for ALL, AFC, NFC and their Divisions. 

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In the NFC North the Teams Average are nearly the same around 79 to 80, which is a very hard division vs the East and South. In Table 2, the analysis of the data shows that CHI has a long hard climb from game one till the playoffs in week 14. So that would be a bright spot for your CHI players. DET has a slight easier route but a serious 3 week climb in weeks 3, 4 and 5 as well as hard games before and after the bye. The playoffs are for DET are a HAH pattern vs CHI with a EAA pattern. 


Table 2. SOS for the NFC NORTH Teams- CHI and DET.  


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In Table 3, analysis of the data patterns should both GB and MIN have hard climbs. GB has an easy time for week 1 but has a 4 game climb against hard defenses. The have a easy game before the bye but after the bye they hard a 3 game hard climb. For week 11 onward they have more easy weeks than hard. The GB playoff pattern is AEH. In MIN, they have a 3 out of 4 hard climb into the week 5 bye but come out from the Bye with a hard 2 weeks. They next weeks are about 60-40% Hard to easy weeks and MIN has a playoff pattern of HEA with the week 16 being very close to an easy as well. Keep this in mind.

Table 3. SOS for the NFC NORTH Teams- GB and MIN.  


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Early WR Depth Charts. Visual Graphs_ Quick Comments 4_Patterns of Similarity

Early WR Depth Charts. Visual Graphs_Quick Comments 4_Patterns of Similarity 

My quick comments is your drafting can be improved by looking at these patterns.
Since this is the first time, These patterns have presented to the public, we have no back data.

I would suspect using these patterns really help as you get past the WR1s, this year. Use these to think about injuries and who can step up.

Enjoy.

After the fact analysis in the off season can be used for next year.

 One and None



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Two for the Show


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Two and a Spare


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One and Two of the Same


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A Whole, Half and A Fourth

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Fives a Crowd


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