AFC TEAMS _ THE HIGHS AND LOWS of POSITIONAL Team Based PPR POINTS.

AFC TEAMS _ THE HIGHS AND LOWS of POSITIONAL Team Based PPR POINTS.


A decision aid using color and denoting High and Low in % of Predicted PPR Distributions
in the AFC.

The table above the figure is showing the overall averages. These are the numbers used in the HIGH/Low designation.

Red stained cells highlight the predicted lowest numbers % of Predicted PPR Distributions the AFC and NFC.

Green staining cells are the highest numbers of % of Predicted PPR Distributions the AFC and NFC.

The exploding doughnuts (previous post) gives you an overview while this way shows the abnormal predictions.

TABLE 1

Note in Table 1 we see at BAL the RBs are going to be emphasized relative to other teams and within the offense.

Note the data on BUF indicates a weak QB but strong RB and that will be the balance of that team's offensive attack!




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TABLE 2

Note in Table 2 we see that KC has a shift to the RB vs the WR which are below average.

See that JAC has a predicted TE usage above the average. That could be a source for a late round TE pick.

I leave it to use these further.

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