Professor's Report Card. Thursday Night Game Analysis. STD vs PPR Scoring Player Rankings and Risk Analysis.

Professor's Report Card.  

Thursday Night Game Analysis. 

PPR vs STD Scoring 

Player Rankings and Risk Analysis.

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Figure 1A - Presents the Predicted Level of Total Game Points 
This game is expected to be a defensive struggle with fewer points scored than the average this week.

Figure 1B- Give you the Defense against the Position (DAP) information. 

CAR vs DEN

CAR- The QB, RB and WR all have unfavorable match-up vs the tough DEN DEF. Note Greg Olsen has an average match up and should be expected to lead the team in scoring. The WRs of CAR are facing a -6 strong DAP. 

DEN - The QB, TE and K are facing tough match-ups. Welcome the the NFL Mr Sieman! The RB and WRs of DEN face only average conditions. Expect the rushing show to be as featured as DEN's WRs in this game. C J Anderson could have a nice game. Expect Average or less for the 2 WRs of DEN! 

Figure 2 PPR Scoring Rankings with Risk

Deeper Levels of analysis. Colored coded Rankings with Green Rankings being good and Red stained ranking number are poor. The Range is 100 to 0. These rankings are based on league totals. 

The 3 Risk levels are High, Average and Low Risk. Risk can be though of as the potential to make the ranking or not. High Risk players can be though of as have a lower chance of making their ranking level than a lower risk player. So a low risk low ranked player can be expected to be what that are while a High Ranked High Risk player will have a harder time making their ranking! 



Figure 3 PPR Rankings and Risk Position vs Position. 

This lets you use the Risk and Rankings for comparison purposes such as line ups or DFS. 

Figure 4 STD Scoring Rankings with Risk

Deeper Levels of analysis. Colored coded Rankings with Green Rankings being good and Red stained ranking number are poor. The Range is 100 to 0. These rankings are based on league totals. 

The 3 Risk levels are High, Average and Low Risk. Risk can be though of as the potential to make the ranking or not. High Risk players can be though of as have a lower chance of making their ranking level than a lower risk player. So a low risk low ranked player can be expected to be what that are while a High Ranked High Risk player will have a harder time making their ranking! 


Figure 5 STD Rankings and Risk Position vs Position. 

This lets you use the Risk and Rankings for comparison purposes such as line ups or DFS. 


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