Using Team Positional Usage from Target Data. Leverage in your Drafting Part 2

Using Team Positional Usage from Target Data. Leverage in your Drafting Part 2


The first series of tables presents the team positional usage data by group positions. In the table I placed the current PPR based ADP and colorized the number by High (Green), Average and Low (Red) Team usage. The Player is listed as well.

The data lets you see the data via a grouped position.












This maybe the best series of data tabled. I present in order of current PPR ADP each player with a colorized marking for High (Green), Avg, and Low Team Usage (Red). I created 3 columns to help you "visualize" the data. I would include this data in my draft plans especially when you are tied between players. This data is one type of data I use as a Tie Breaker. 








These graphs are a landscape view of the ADP picking for you to imagine the draft and the runs and opportunities in the draft. Enjoy! 

Example in the first pick series only 2 WRs are from Teams that use WRs at a Low Usage! I urge you to consider what that might imply about 2016!  Parts 1 and 2 give you enough to plot your way! 









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