More like… Weak 11. The 24 teams I’m testing using my patented fantastyfootballdraftmatrix.com were below .500 for the second time all year. It happens. Maybe losing Arian Foster on 10 of my teams, and losing Julio Jones on 7 of my teams is just too much to overcome. Then again, maybe it’s not. Actually, I know it’s not.
As it stand right now, 21% teams that used the fantasyfantasyfootballdraftmatrix.com and the weekly projections found on this site are in first place in their respective leagues. In a ten team league, each team has a 1:10 change of being in first… that’s 10%. Basically, fantasyfootballdraftmatrix.com teams are twice as likely to be in first at this point in the season. 75% would make the playoffs, as compared the the field’s 40% success rate.
I think that’s pretty good.
Ok, so my teams went 11-13 in week 11. It happens. But why should you care about how my teams did, when you could focus your attention on how the projections found on this site could have helped YOUR team? Let’s looks at how my projections ranked against the major fantasy football websites:
Just to clarify, a “1” is most accurate, and a “4” is least accurate. So, my projections were the most accurate overall, as ranked by position. I was the most accurate with regards to projections RB’s, WR’s, K’s, and DEF.
I don’t do a lot of editorializing on this site. You can watch ESPN and NFL Network for that. I’m more of a bottom line kinda guy. Who should I draft? Who should I start? That’s what I give you. See fantasyfootballdraftmatrix.com for more information.