FSP Week 1 to 7 Performance Player Index to the Average. Color Coded. The Longer View

FSP Week 1 to 7 Performance Player Index. Color Coded. The Longer View Given the overreaction and recency bias, its important to scale up and look top-down and across the weeks. Our Performance INDEX measures a Player's Scaled Effort (PSE). Blue is good, Red is not good, unstained is average PSE. Pay attention to the "giraffes" A player who only has one week of a Blue PSE! Ask why did they "pop-up" above the average? When will that happen again? - Injuries, Match-up etc. Use this data to predict their pop-up PSE ! Save your FAAB money unless its go-time for them! Enjoy
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