Fantasy – Milp KBK http://milpkbk.co.uk/ Fri, 13 May 2022 13:16:42 +0000 en-US hourly 1 https://wordpress.org/?v=5.9.3 https://milpkbk.co.uk/wp-content/uploads/2021/10/icon-22-120x120.png Fantasy – Milp KBK http://milpkbk.co.uk/ 32 32 Fantasy Football: 2021 NFL rookie running backs who are underrated by draft position | Fantasy Football News, Rankings and Screenings https://milpkbk.co.uk/fantasy-football-2021-nfl-rookie-running-backs-who-are-underrated-by-draft-position-fantasy-football-news-rankings-and-screenings/ Fri, 13 May 2022 09:15:10 +0000 https://milpkbk.co.uk/fantasy-football-2021-nfl-rookie-running-backs-who-are-underrated-by-draft-position-fantasy-football-news-rankings-and-screenings/ The relation between fancy the average draft position (ADP) and the actual draft position are quite strong and also linear. Therefore, I used historical fantasy football data from the past three years to construct a valuation curve between actual NFL Draft positions and where rookies are taken in fantasy drafts. We can see when fantasy […]]]>

The relation between fancy the average draft position (ADP) and the actual draft position are quite strong and also linear. Therefore, I used historical fantasy football data from the past three years to construct a valuation curve between actual NFL Draft positions and where rookies are taken in fantasy drafts. We can see when fantasy editors have been too low on a player who went early in the NFL Draft and vice versa. This piece will focus on the ball carriers, following a earlier analysis on beginner wide receivers.

Part of the value disconnect between the NFL Draft and fantasy drafts is based on the perception of bad landing spots, and some is due to a fundamental disbelief in how the NFL views players’ chances of success. Each is a valid concern, though both can be overplayed in the minds of fantasy writers.

The ADPs on the plots come from drafts conducted since May 1, the day after the 2022 NFL Draft ended.

HISTORICAL SUCCESSES

Only looking back a few seasons means there aren’t a ton of rookie hits to highlight, and even one such as Javonte Williams is a bit suspicious. What you find, unsurprisingly, is that productive rookies have mostly been high draft picks, and the relative overvaluation of someone like Jonathan Taylor to his draft position didn’t really matter.

Antonio Gibson was undervalued immediately after the NFL Draft as the first third-round pick due to uncertainty surrounding his rookie role. Similar opportunities could exist this season.

HISTORICAL DISAPPOINTMENTS

The biggest takeaway is how difficult it is to predict later-round value for rookie running backs, as a handful of better-drafted rookies haven’t all managed to produce significantly as rookies.

Ke’Shawn Vaughn, Sermon Trey and Michael Carter are considering subset roles, at best, in the 2022 season. AJ Dillon was severely undervalued as a rookie but probably had better contingent value with injuries than others taken much earlier.

BACK RUNNING ROOKIE 2022

Dameon Pierce and Isaiah Spiller are the favorite last-round recruits among fantasy drafts, but none have jumped into the top 100 at this point. Makes sense with Pierce’s lack of competition and Spiller’s handcuff value.

the Brece Room The love fest continues in the fantasy world, as his post-draft ADP has increased to a point of relative overvaluation. Kenneth Walker remained stable, despite some poor optics on its landing spot.

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Era-Adjusted Fantasy Football Player Rankings: Jim Brown, Otto Graham, Cleveland Browns Legends https://milpkbk.co.uk/era-adjusted-fantasy-football-player-rankings-jim-brown-otto-graham-cleveland-browns-legends/ Thu, 12 May 2022 05:16:18 +0000 https://milpkbk.co.uk/era-adjusted-fantasy-football-player-rankings-jim-brown-otto-graham-cleveland-browns-legends/ To celebrate the 60th anniversary of the creation of fantasy football, Athleticism reviews the best fantasy players and fantasy seasons in NFL history. A detailed look at the system used to rate historical fantasy performance can be found in our Top Fantasy Players of All Time introduction page, but here is a brief summary. Fantasy […]]]>

To celebrate the 60th anniversary of the creation of fantasy football, Athleticism reviews the best fantasy players and fantasy seasons in NFL history.

A detailed look at the system used to rate historical fantasy performance can be found in our Top Fantasy Players of All Time introduction page, but here is a brief summary.

Fantasy player performance is adjusted through the era so that players who dominated during low-scoring eras can compete against players who racked up huge point totals in higher-scoring eras.

Once these adjustments are made, players are then credited for having a starter-caliber season (one point), a quality season (one point), an impact campaign (1.5 points), or being an elite starter (two points). These points are cumulative and measured in both non-PPR and PPR and serve as the basis for determining who the best fantasy players in NFL history are.

Now that we’re done with the preliminaries, let’s take a look at the best fantasy players in Cleveland Browns team history!

(Note: The numbers listed below are for the player’s performance on the Browns.)

All-Time Fantastic Starting Lineup

QB: Otto Graham

AR: Jim Brown

AR: Leroy Kelly

WR: Dante Lavelli

WR: Mac Speedie

TE: Ozzie Newsome

SuperFLEX: Ray Renfro


Quarterback – Otto Graham

Entrance Quality Impact Elite PPR Street PPR qual PRP impact PPR Elite Career points
ten ten 12 14 ten ten 12 14 92

If fantasy football had existed in Graham’s day, he would have been an annual contender for the No. 1 overall pick. Graham and Bobby Layne are tied for the most elite seasons among players at any position. Graham ranks second to Fran Tarkenton (104) in most career points at quarterback and ranks fourth in career points at any position (behind Tarkenton, Don Hutson and Jerry Rice). Graham has never finished below fourth in the QB Fantasy Rankings and has placed first or second seven times, including in each of his last four seasons in the league.

Running back – Jim Brown

Entrance Quality Impact Elite PPR Street PPR qual PRP impact PPR Elite Career Points
9 9 12 6 9 9 9 ten 73

Brown’s 73 career points are the most of any fantasy running back. Brown is tied for the all-time lead in RB in non-PPR and PPR quality seasons and leads all running backs in non-PPR and PPR impact and elite campaigns. No other running back has more than four non-PPR elite points and only one other running back (Marshall Faulk with 8 points) is close to Brown’s 10 elite PPR career points. He was a consensus No. 1 fantasy RB five times and finished below fourth place only once in non-PPR or PPR scores, finishing sixth in PPR in 1960.

Brown was so dominant at the end of his career that his 346.8 PPR points in his final season would have ranked second in RB PPR scoring in 2021. What makes this even more incredible is that Brown did in a 14-game season compared to 2021. running backs having 17 games to post their point totals.

Running back — Leroy Kelly

Entrance Quality Impact Elite PPR Street PPR qual PRP impact PPR Elite Career points
7 5 3 0 6 3 1.5 2 27.5

Kelly gets lost in Cleveland history because he was in the same franchise as Jim Brown, but Kelly’s accomplishments are remarkable in themselves. Kelly can even argue that Brown can’t, because Kelly ranked first in non-PPR RB ratings for three consecutive years (1966-68). It’s something Brown didn’t do, and it’s a feat matched only by three other running backs (Walter Payton, Emmitt Smith and Marshall Faulk).

Wide receiver — Dante Lavelli

Entrance Quality Impact Elite PPR Street PPR qual PRP impact PPR Elite Career points
ten 6 4.5 4 ten 6 4.5 6 51

Lavelli was one of Otto Graham’s top passing targets and this role led to Lavelli making the Top 10 in non-PPR Finals scoring seven times and PPR Finals scoring six times. Lavelli’s 51 career points rank fifth all-time among ends and wide receivers, and one of the players ahead of him, Gino Cappelletti, racked up a lot of his points as a kicker. Lavelli’s four career non-PPR elite points and six PPR elite career points tied for third, respectively, all-time among ends and wide receivers.

Wide Receiver — Mac Speedie

Entrance Quality Impact Elite PPR Street PPR qual PRP impact PPR Elite Career points
7 5 6 4 7 5 4.5 4 42.5

Yes, that was his first name, and Speedie more than respected it. Speedie has finished in the Top 7 in non-PPR WR scores in four of his seven NFL seasons and in the Top 8 in PPR WR scores five times. To put his fantastic 1947 season into perspective, Speedie’s 216.9 PPR points held the Cleveland WR PPR record until 1966 and it still remains the ninth-highest PPR total ever by a Browns wide receiver.

Tight End – Ozzie Newsome

Entrance Quality Impact Elite PPR Street PPR qual PRP impact PPR Elite Career points
9 6 3 0 ten 5 3 2 38

Newsome started off running in his 1978 rookie season ranking fifth and sixth in non-PPR and PPR TE points, respectively, but he was just starting to warm up. From 1979 to 1984, Newsome placed between first and third in the TE PPR rankings every year except 1980 when he placed ninth. He was equally dominant in non-PPR TE scores during that span, finishing in the Top 4 five times. Newsome’s 10 starting caliber PPR seasons tied for fifth all-time among ends tight and his total of 38 career points is tied for sixth at that position.

SuperFlex — Ray Renfro

Entrance Quality Impact Elite PPR Street PPR qual PRP impact PPR Elite Career points
9 3 3 2 8 2 1.5 2 30.5

It might come as a surprise to see Renfro as the Browns’ SuperFlex until we take a closer look at his accomplishments. Renfro’s nine rookie-caliber seasons in the non-PPR ranks are tied for third all-time behind Graham and Brown among Cleveland players and his eight starting-caliber PPR campaigns are tied for fifth all-time. this franchise.


Best era-adjusted fantasy seasons of all time

QB: Otto Graham, 1946 (124.9 points)

RB: Jim Brown, 1965 (312.8 non-PPR, 346.8 PPR)

WR: Mac Speedie, 1947 (149.9 non-PPR, 216.9 PPR)

TE: Ozzie Newsome, 1983 (133 non-PPR, 222 PPR)

SuperFLEX: Ray Renfro, 1953 (156.8 non PPR, 195.8 PPR)

(Top photo: Sports Focus/Getty Images)

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Top Fantasy XI picks, preview, prediction and more https://milpkbk.co.uk/top-fantasy-xi-picks-preview-prediction-and-more/ Sun, 08 May 2022 23:30:37 +0000 https://milpkbk.co.uk/top-fantasy-xi-picks-preview-prediction-and-more/ Indian Premier League (IPL) 2022 Match 56 is between two former champions Mumbai Indians (MI) and Kolkata Knight Riders (KKR). It will be played at Dr DY Patil Sports Academy Stadium in Navi Mumbai on Monday. The match is of great importance to KKR, as a loss would completely end their chances of qualifying for […]]]>

Indian Premier League (IPL) 2022 Match 56 is between two former champions Mumbai Indians (MI) and Kolkata Knight Riders (KKR). It will be played at Dr DY Patil Sports Academy Stadium in Navi Mumbai on Monday. The match is of great importance to KKR, as a loss would completely end their chances of qualifying for the playoffs. Along the same lines, we feature the best Fantasy XI picks, previews, predictions, and more.

Current form
MI are placed at the bottom of the list, losing eighth out of ten and winning a couple, as they won their last game against new team Gujarat Titans (GT) by just five points. As for KKR, they sit eighth, winning just four out of 11 and losing seven, as they lost their previous match to new team Lucknow Super Giants (LSG) by 75 points.

Strengths-weaknesses of teams and players to watch
MI is heavy with the ball but hasn’t made a consistent impact. However, his batting talent has sometimes intensified and may prove to be his strength. Rohit Sharma, Suryakumar Yadav, Kieron Pollard, Ishan Kishan and Jasprit Bumrah could turn things around.

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On the other hand, KKR is balanced but strong in his bowling. Moreover, having many comprehensive options is definitely a dangerous side. Shreyas Iyer, Ajinkya Rahane, Aaron Finch, Andre Russell, Venkatesh Iyer, Mohammad Nabi, Sam Billings, Varun Chakravarthy, Sunil Narine and Pat Cummins make things tough for MI.

Injury and head-to-head issues
Neither team is struggling in terms of injuries. In 30 encounters so far between the two, MI leads 22-8, while in 24 encounters in India, MI has an authority of 18-6. This would be their first clash in Navi Mumbai.

Weather and terrain report
The weather in Navi Mumbai will be hot, with the temperature forecast around 28-35 degrees and 63% humidity. The track will be slow with anything around 150-160 being very competitive. Being an evening game, with a hint of dew, the winning team of the coin toss will be looking to hunt.

ALSO READ: IPL 2022 – FANS CRY AS RCB VICTORY OVER SRH TAKES MI AWAY FROM THE PLAYOFFS RACE

Likely eleventh
MID:
Rohit Sharma (c), Ishan Kishan (wk), Suryakumar Yadav, Tilak Varma, Tim David, Kieron Pollard, Daniel Sams, Murugan Ashwin, Kumar Kartikeya, Jasprit Bumrah and Riley Meredith.
KKR: Ajinkya Rahane, Venkatesh Iyer, Sam Billings (wk), Shreyas Iyer (c), Nitish Rana, Rinku Singh, Anukul Roy, Andre Russell, Sunil Narine, Tim Southee and Umesh Yadav.

Fantasy XI
Drummers:
Varma, Suryakumar, Rohit, Shreyas, Rana – Rohit will give a strong start, with Shreyas shooting at number three, while the remaining trio will be dominant in the middle order.
Wicket keepers: Kishan – He’s been decent as a flyhalf and is the only one in better form in that department.
Versatile: Russell (c), Narine – Russell was consistently successful in all departments, making him the skipper, while Narine was efficient with his mystery tricks.
Bowlers: Aswhin, Umesh (vc), Southee – Aswhin has been impactful with his leg rotations lately, while Umesh and Southee have been magic with their pace, while Umesh’s consistency makes him Russell’s assistant .

Match Details
Date and day:
May 9, 2022 (Monday)
Place: Dr DY Patil Sports Academy Stadium, Navi Mumbai
Weather: 7:30 p.m. (IST)
Where to watch (TV): Star Sports 1 and Star Sports 1 Hindi (also available in HD and other regional languages)
Where to watch (online): hot star
Prediction: MI win thanks to their historical advantage

Last updated May 9, 2022, 05:00 IST

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Start/Sit Pitchers – Fantasy Baseball Matchups for Week 5 https://milpkbk.co.uk/start-sit-pitchers-fantasy-baseball-matchups-for-week-5/ Sat, 07 May 2022 12:00:05 +0000 https://milpkbk.co.uk/start-sit-pitchers-fantasy-baseball-matchups-for-week-5/ We are in May! I hope all of your wildest dreams come true this fantasy baseball season. We’re back with another beast of a post where I give a starting/seat rating and recommendation for each SP slated to start a game this week. Comments have been great on this post so far, and I appreciate […]]]>

We are in May! I hope all of your wildest dreams come true this fantasy baseball season. We’re back with another beast of a post where I give a starting/seat rating and recommendation for each SP slated to start a game this week.

Comments have been great on this post so far, and I appreciate all the comments, retweets, and upvotes! Shout out to that guy last week who questioned my recommendation to seat Adrian Houser against the Reds. He convinced me to recommend leaving, and then Houser was crushed. So whoever took my advice on this start and got burned – blame that guy on Reddit, not me!

For each week of the fantasy baseball season, we’ll analyze every projected starting pitcher game for fantasy baseball and help you set optimal lineups. Below are the projections start pitcher clashes and starts/sits for Week 5 – May 9-16 – which will be updated as rotations continue to be announced and changed. This column will make ongoing adjustments for any rotation postponements or reshuffles, reflecting official beat writer speculation for as many unconfirmed rotation slots as possible. Let’s build those winning lineups!

Editor’s note: Our incredible team of writers received five writing awards in total and 13 nominations by the Fantasy Sports Writers Association, the best in the industry! Congratulations to all of the winners and nominees, including Best MLB Series, NFL Series, NBA Writer, PGA Writer, and Player Notes Writer of the Year. Follow their analysis, rankings and tips throughout the year and win big with RotoBaller!
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Overview of start/sit data

This weekly article examines the pitcher’s opponents, their prospects against lefties and righties, some ballpark factors, and historical splits. With all of this information, we then provide our starting/seat recommendations for each starting pitcher game for the upcoming fantasy baseball week.

Each player will be rated with a Start/Sit recommendation, we are also including a “Score” column this year to display the level of confidence in that pick. Scores range from 0 to 100 in increments of five. The higher, the better! They are also color coded as you will see.

Legend:

  • SG project – the number of starts that the starter is supposed to make in the scoring period of the week.
  • Score – A confidence metric, from 0 to 100 in increments of five. The higher, the better for the thrower.

This table is updated daily as likely starters constantly change with game postponements, injuries and other events.

Week 5 Starting/Siege Recommendations

Updated starting/seat recommendations for Week 5 of MLB games:

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English Dub Review: Tsukimichi: Moonlit Fantasy “Black Spider of Disaster” https://milpkbk.co.uk/english-dub-review-tsukimichi-moonlit-fantasy-black-spider-of-disaster/ Fri, 06 May 2022 12:05:51 +0000 https://milpkbk.co.uk/english-dub-review-tsukimichi-moonlit-fantasy-black-spider-of-disaster/ After watching this episode of Tsukimichi: Moonlight Fantasy, I’ve come to the conclusion that the exaggerated meta-jokes that have been made about the Isekai genre make the tropes of said genre all the more tolerable. I’ve been sitting here now for two weeks waiting Tsukimichi take itself seriously much like most do, but the over-the-top […]]]>

After watching this episode of Tsukimichi: Moonlight Fantasy, I’ve come to the conclusion that the exaggerated meta-jokes that have been made about the Isekai genre make the tropes of said genre all the more tolerable. I’ve been sitting here now for two weeks waiting Tsukimichi take itself seriously much like most do, but the over-the-top humor and dragon tits do enough to keep the tropes from getting even more boring.

However, it felt like the spell had worn off a bit. There is certainly a formula brewing, and that will be discussed later. But much of the comedy and charm was lost this week, likely because the plot was a cut-and-paste of “Failed…Hero,” and we’re straying dangerously into harem territory, which is kind of nastiest anime so far.

We didn’t hear much about Shin in “Failed…Hero”, but that was corrected in “Black Spider of Disaster”, as we see how obsessed Shin is with Makoto’s power. This power even borders on thirst, because of the way she had let Makoto take her if he wanted to. Even with all the over-the-top meta and self-referential humor, it just throws it all over the top. I was rolling, because most Isekai have the man who drools and is obsessed with the woman. I dig into this role reversal.

However, as “Black Spider of Disaster” continues, we have to deal with what looks like the weirdest love triangle with Emma, ​​Shin, and Makoto. Because of Makoto’s actions, the city’s orcs move around in Shin’s half-plane, which has been made hospitable due to Makoto’s contract with her. What was hilarious, however, was that Shin got a new hobby looking at historical fiction through Makoto’s head.

And just like that, Makoto finally has a purpose. He found his family through the memory clouds Shin left around. There’s a lot of movement about it, where he decides to show some resolve and follow the path his mother and father walked so he can live up to their legacy. Before the break, we see the namesake of the episode, just to get back to Makoto.

Makoto came out, well, Makoto, when he realizes he has a second type of power called kai. He managed to heal one of the orcs, but ended up hurting himself. The blood attracted the spider, just as Shin returned with a dwarf who was attacked by the spider. The fight doesn’t go the way Makoto wants it to at first, with a spider leg going through his chest. He was able to do enough damage to sate the spider’s hunger, forcing the spider to become more friendly towards him. And by friendly, I mean, she also makes a contract with Makoto, transforming into a human as well.

Tsukimichi: Moonlight Fantasy stalled pretty hard this week. I found myself really enjoying some of the nuances and what I imagine is a reference to Nicol Bolas and his meditation realm from Magic: the Gathering with Shin’s demi-plane. But there was more of the same, coming from magical training, exploration, and “oh my god!” You are so powerful!” scene. The variation does wonders, and there was almost none. two weeks.

Overall, “Black Spider of Disaster” was a failure. There were some good times, but I feel like we’re one more big waifu away from becoming a big disappointment. “Black Spider of Disaster” gets a

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Period-Adjusted Fantasy Football Rankings: An Introduction to the Scoring System https://milpkbk.co.uk/period-adjusted-fantasy-football-rankings-an-introduction-to-the-scoring-system/ Wed, 04 May 2022 14:35:22 +0000 https://milpkbk.co.uk/period-adjusted-fantasy-football-rankings-an-introduction-to-the-scoring-system/ This month celebrates the 60th anniversary of the birth of fantasy footballso now is the perfect time to look back and find out who the greatest players in fantasy football history are. This analysis could be looking at players since 1962, when Bill Winkenbach and his company developed the first set of fantasy football rules, […]]]>

This month celebrates the 60th anniversary of the birth of fantasy footballso now is the perfect time to look back and find out who the greatest players in fantasy football history are.

This analysis could be looking at players since 1962, when Bill Winkenbach and his company developed the first set of fantasy football rules, but why leave out most careers of players like Jim Brown or Johnny Unitas, or exclude players? dominant? of the first half century of NFL history? Why not go all the way back to the beginning of the NFL and give everyone a shot at making this list?

It’s an ambitious mindset that’s well worth the effort, but it requires putting in place a fair system that can standardize fantasy score performance and measure players against their era. This era-adjusted scoring setup is the only way that fantasy candidates who have played fewer games and done so in less offensive eras can have a reasonable chance of competing against contemporary players in the open era. of today.

Career points

Because we’re measuring fantasy performance, the system needs to have a really fantasy-centric approach, so players are rewarded with a career point if their season point total made them a fantasy starter (adjusted for period, see below). They also receive bonus career points for being a quality starter (one of the best players in their respective position), an impact starter (think QB1 caliber, WR1 caliber, etc.) or an impact starter. elite (one of the all-time great seasons).

Players get one career point for posting a rookie-caliber season. They get another career point for a quality season. An Impact Starter Campaign awards 1.5 Career Points, while an Elite Season awards an additional two Career Points. Players are measured in both the non-PPR and full-PPR scoring systems and thus get two chances for career points.

Career points also stack, so a player who posts an elite season will get one career point for being a starter, one career point for having a quality starter campaign, 1.5 career points for being an impact starter and two career points for an elite season, or 5.5 career points total for that point performance (or 11 if doing so in both non-PPR and PPR in a single year).

These career point totals will be illustrated in each of the greatest player reviews, as shown below with Jerry Rice’s career point totals in each category.

Player Entrance Quality Impact Elite PPR Street PPR qual PRP impact PPR Elite Career points
Jerry Rice 16 11 13.5 4 17 11 10.5 ten 93

(Note: Pro Football Reference deserves a big thank you for this, as their Stathead tool was instrumental in making this analysis happen).

Fantastic starter and positioning guidelines over the years

Another factor in historical fantasy rating assessment is that the number of NFL teams has changed significantly over the years. Lower squad volume would also result in smaller starting squads in fantasy football. So here’s a quick guide to how the system assessed the number of Fantasy starters in previous eras.

Time Positions # of teams Fantasy teams Fantastic starters
1920-45 All players are flexible varied 6 five flex
1946-49 Backs, ends and QBs 18 ten QB, 2 RB, 2 END, flexible
1950-59 Backs, ends and QBs 12 8 QB, 2 RB, 2 END, flexible
1960-61 Backs, ends and QBs 21, 22 12 QB, 2 RB, 2 END, flexible
1962-2021 QB, RB, WR, TE 22+ 12 QB, 2 RB, 2 WR, TE, flexible

From 1920 to 1949, the NFL was largely a two-platoon setup, meaning players started on both offense and defense. Even when the league started to move, there was very little positional consistency with how players were listed in box scores. If fantasy football had existed at that time, every player would probably have been listed as a flex candidate and fantasy teams would probably have had around five players per team, so this system rates fantasy performance using that structure.

The combination of the addition of the All-America Football Conference as a rival league to the NFL in 1946-49 and some positional variation in box scores would have allowed fantasy football managers at the time to field a 10-team league with one QB, two RBs, two ends, and position flex, although team volume dropped to eight from 1950 to 1959.

This general starting lineup holds in this system from 1962 (to present), when there were enough players listed as tight ends to consider adding this position. At this point, a standard fantasy team would contain one QB, two RBs, two WRs, one TE, and one flex, with the end position eliminated after the positional split between wide receivers and tight ends.

The start of the AFL in 1960 increased the number of fantasy teams in a standard league to 12.

No kickers or D/ST

With all due respect to kickers, this review will take a Jake Ciely-like approach and not include them, as kickers are afterthoughts. D/ST were excluded for similar reasons.


Release schedule of the best fantasy players for each team

AFC West

Denver Broncos (3/29)
Kansas City Chiefs (3/30)
Las Vegas Raiders (3/31)
Los Angeles Chargers (4/1)

NFC East

Dallas Cowboys (4/5)
New York Giants (4/6)
Philadelphia Eagles (4/7)
Washington Commanders (4/8)

AFC South

Houston Texans (4/12)
Indianapolis Colts (4/13)
Jacksonville Jaguars (4/14)
Tennessee Titans (4/15)

NFC North

Chicago Bears (4/19)
Detroit Lions (4/20)
Green Bay Packers (4/21)
Minnesota Vikings (4/22)

AFC East

Buffalo Tickets (4/26)
Miami Dolphins (4/27)
New England Patriots (4/28)
New York Jets (4/29)

NFC West

Arizona Cardinals (5/3)
Los Angeles Rams (5/4)
San Francisco 49ers (5/5)
Seattle Seahawks (5/6)

AFC North

Baltimore Ravens (5/10)
Cincinnati Bengals (5/11)
Cleveland Browns (5/12)
Pittsburgh Steelers (5/13)

NFC South
Atlanta Falcons (5/17)
Carolina Panthers (5/18)
New Orleans Saints (5/19)
Tampa Bay Buccaneers (5/20)

(Top photo: Sports Focus via Getty Images)

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Fantasy football player rankings adjusted at the time: Ernie Nevers and Larry Fitzgerald fly high for Arizona Cardinals https://milpkbk.co.uk/fantasy-football-player-rankings-adjusted-at-the-time-ernie-nevers-and-larry-fitzgerald-fly-high-for-arizona-cardinals/ Tue, 03 May 2022 05:21:41 +0000 https://milpkbk.co.uk/fantasy-football-player-rankings-adjusted-at-the-time-ernie-nevers-and-larry-fitzgerald-fly-high-for-arizona-cardinals/ To celebrate the 60th anniversary of the creation of fantasy football, Athleticism reviews the best fantasy players and fantasy seasons in NFL history. A detailed look at the system used to rate historical fantasy performance can be found in our Top Fantasy Players of All Time introduction page, but here is a brief summary. Fantasy […]]]>

To celebrate the 60th anniversary of the creation of fantasy football, Athleticism reviews the best fantasy players and fantasy seasons in NFL history.

A detailed look at the system used to rate historical fantasy performance can be found in our Top Fantasy Players of All Time introduction page, but here is a brief summary.

Fantasy player performance is adjusted through the era so that players who dominated during low-scoring eras can compete against players who racked up huge point totals in higher-scoring eras.

Once these adjustments are made, players are then credited for having a starter-caliber season (one point), a quality season (one point), an impact campaign (1.5 points), or being an elite starter (two points). These points are cumulative and measured in both non-PPR and PPR and serve as the basis for determining who the best fantasy players in NFL history are.

Now that we’re done with the preliminaries, let’s take a look at the best fantasy players in Arizona Cardinals team history!

(Note: The numbers listed below are for player performance on Cardinals.)

All-Time Fantastic Starting Lineup

QB: Jim Hart

AR: Ernie Nevers

AR: Ollie Matson

WR: Larry Fitzgerald

Answering Machine: Mal Kutner

TE: Jackie Smith

SuperFLEX: Sonny Randle


Quarterback – Jim Hart

Entrance Quality Impact Elite PPR Street PPR qual PRP impact PPR Elite Career points
8 5 1.5 2 8 5 1.5 2 33

Hart was Air Coryell’s original quarterback, as the arrival of Don Coryell as the Cardinals head coach in 1973 transformed Hart from an occasional low-level QB1 to one of the best quarterbacks- fantastic fullbacks in the league. From 1973 to 1976, Hart ranked fifth in career points, behind only Roger Staubach, Fran Tarkenton, Ken Anderson and Bert Jones. Hart had another QB1-caliber season after Coryell’s departure in 1977, but that combination saw Hart end his career with eight starter-caliber campaigns, a total tied for third place all-time in the league. history of the Cardinals.

Running back — Ernie Nevers

Entrance Quality Impact Elite PPR Street PPR qual PRP impact PPR Elite Career points
3 3 4.5 6 3 3 4.5 6 33

Nevers was a phenomenon in the late 1920s and early 1930s. He scored a fantastic 87 points in 1931, a season in which only 10 players totaled more than 30 points and the average starter totaled 12 points. This performance is so incredible that it is considered the best fantasy season in NFL history, but Nevers’ best game actually came in 1929 when he scored all 40 points in the Bears’ destruction of Chicago 40-6 by the Cardinals on Thanksgiving Day. He set an NFL record that still stands to this day.

Running back — Ollie Matson

Entrance Quality Impact Elite PPR Street PPR qual PRP impact PPR Elite Career points
6 4 1.5 0 6 4 0 0 21.5

Matson is best known for being part of one of the biggest trades in NFL history when the Rams dealt eight players and a draft pick to Chicago to acquire Matson from the Cardinals in 1958. It’s easy to understand why Los Angeles wanted Matson, as he had posted five Top 7 non-PPR finishes and four Top 6 PPR finishes in his first six years with the Cardinals.

Matson won this honor by a small margin over Otis Anderson. Here are Anderson’s career point totals:

Entrance Quality Impact Elite PPR Street PPR qual PRP impact PPR Elite Career points
6 4 0 0 5 4 0 0 19

Matson and Anderson are tied for the most starting and quality seasons among Cardinals running backs, but Matson had a 2.5-point advantage in career points and thus won the tiebreaker.

Wide Receiver – Larry Fitzgerald

Entrance Quality Impact Elite PPR Street PPR qual PRP impact PPR Elite Career points
13 5 0 0 12 6 0 0 36

Fitzgerald ranks second in league history in non-PPR starting caliber seasons by a wide receiver, behind only the incomparable Jerry Rice, who has 16. Fitzgerald ranked first or second in points no PPR and PPR in 2005 and 2008 and had seven Top 7 finishes in PPR WR points. His 311.1 PPR points in 2008 still represent the highest WR PPR total in Cardinals history.

Wide Receiver – Mal Kutner

Entrance Quality Impact Elite PPR Street PPR qual PRP impact PPR Elite Career Points
4 3 4.5 6 4 3 4.5 6 35

Kutner only played five seasons in the NFL, all with the Chicago Cardinals, but he certainly made the most of his limited time in the league. Kutner’s 1947 season was the best adjusted performance at the time by a Cardinals wide receiver, but it could be argued that Kutner’s 1948 campaign was even better. During that season, Kutner led the league in receiving yards and had 14 receiving touchdowns despite only 41 assists in 12 games. The total of 14 scoring receptions still ranks tied for second most in Cardinals history. Kutner finished with three perfect 11-point career seasons and thus earned that starting catcher spot over Sonny Randle.

Tight end — Jackie Smith

Entrance Quality Impact Elite PPR Street PPR qual PRP impact PPR Elite Career points
11 5 1.5 2 ten 4 1.5 2 37

Smith is one of five tight ends to have posted more than 10 non-PPR starting caliber seasons (Tony Gonzalez, Shannon Sharpe, Antonio Gates and Jason Witten being the others) and tied for fifth with Ozzie Newsome with 10 PPR starting caliber. seasons. Smith ranked in the Top 8 in TE PPR points from 1964-1970 and had consecutive No. 1 consensus TE seasons in 1967-68. He is the only Cardinals tight end to ever post 130+ PPR points, meaning his 234.1 PPR points in 1967 remains the record total for Cardinals tight ends over 100 points 55 years after the have displayed.

SuperFlex—Sonny Randle

Entrance Quality Impact Elite PPR Street PPR qual PRP impact PPR Elite Career points
6 4 1.5 2 5 4 1.5 2 26

Randle’s 1960 season was a strong contender for the Cardinals’ best wide receiver season of all time, as his 15 receiving touchdowns in just 12 games that year still ranks as the club record in that category. Randle never quite reached that level of production again, but he had three non-PPR Top 8 and three PPR Top 10 finishes in 1960-63.

Randle won that spot by a small margin over Roy Green, Neil Lomax and Mel Gray. Here are their career point totals:

Roy Green’s numbers:

Entrance Quality Impact Elite PPR Street PPR qual PRP impact PPR Elite Career Points
7 2 3 0 7 2 3 0 24

Neil Lomax’s numbers:

Entrance Quality Impact Elite PPR Street PPR qual PRP impact PPR Elite Career points
5 2 3 2 5 2 3 2 24

Mel Gray’s numbers:

Entrance Quality Impact Elite PPR Street PPR qual PRP impact PPR Elite Career points
7 4 1.5 0 7 2 1.5 0 23

Best era-adjusted fantasy seasons of all time

QB: Neil Lomax, 1984 (290 points)

RB: David Johnson, 2016 (328 non-PPR, 407.8 PPR)

WR: Mal Kutner, 1947 (134.4 non-PPR, 177.4 PPR)

TE: Jackie Smith, 1967 (178.1 non-PPR, 234.1 PPR)

SuperFLEX: Ernie Nevers, 1931 (87 non PPR, 87 PPR)

(Top photo: George Gojkovich/Getty Images)

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The new Dark Fantasy series on Netflix has one of the biggest budgets in history https://milpkbk.co.uk/the-new-dark-fantasy-series-on-netflix-has-one-of-the-biggest-budgets-in-history/ Sun, 01 May 2022 15:30:36 +0000 https://milpkbk.co.uk/the-new-dark-fantasy-series-on-netflix-has-one-of-the-biggest-budgets-in-history/ A new dark fantasy series is coming to Netflix – called The sand manit comes from the mind of Neil Gaiman, the author behind american gods, good omens and many more, and the new series has a really huge budget. Check out the trailer below: If there’s one thing Netflix does well, it’s helping you […]]]>

A new dark fantasy series is coming to Netflix – called The sand manit comes from the mind of Neil Gaiman, the author behind american gods, good omens and many more, and the new series has a really huge budget. Check out the trailer below:

If there’s one thing Netflix does well, it’s helping you escape to another world.

Since the witcher for sabrinathe streaming service knows how to keep you on the edge of your seat and between realms.

Now, The sand man should be no exception, and the highly anticipated 2022 release has the budget to back it up.

Based on the hit Neil Gaiman comic book series created for DC, the story centers around the immortal embodiment of people’s dreams – and we’ll give you an idea of ​​his name…

The new Netflix series The Sandman has one of the biggest budgets of all time. Credit: Netflix

Morpheus. I bet you didn’t see it coming, did you?

He’s also called the Sandman but we think his first name is a lot funnier.

DC Comics explains that the story centers on a “vast hallucinatory landscape housing all the dreams of everyone who has ever existed.” He continues: “Across cultures or historical eras, all dreamers visit the realm of Morpheus – whether they are gods, demons, muses, mythical creatures or simply humans who teach Morpheus a startling lesson. .”

The series is sure to delight fans, with a typical Gaiman-esque premise of a magical figure with more than a few flaws. Or, as the series synopsis puts it: “The Lord of Dreams has been summoned and captured by mortal men. Once freed from captivity, this eternal Master of Dreams will find that his troubles have only just begun.”

And if those issues were money-related, we can definitely see why, as the show’s budget was $165 million.

The Sandman stars Tom Sturridge.  Credit: Netflix
The Sandman stars Tom Sturridge. Credit: Netflix

Still, the cost is a small price to pay if the series is as successful as other fantasy stories on the platform, withthe witcher reaching 76 million homes in its first weeks, as digital spy reports.

And, in comparison, the witcher had about half the budget of The sand manat 70-80 million dollars for the first season.

The new series will star Tom Sturridge as Sandman, Gwendolyn Christie as Lucifer, Sanjeev Bhaskar and Asim Chaudhry as Cain and Abel.

Writer Gaiman is also determined to keep you entertained throughout the series, with the writer explaining that each episode is as varied as the characters.

“You watch Episode 1 and think, ‘Oh, I get this stuff: it’s like Downton Abbey, but with magic,” he said. Empire.

“So you’ll be like, ‘What the hell is this?’ by Episode 2, when you meet Gregory the Gargoyle in The Dreaming Episode 5 is about as dark and traumatic as ever, so you have Episode 6, which is probably the most enjoyable of all the episodes. “

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DraftKings, FanDuel Daily Fantasy Baseball Picks (4/30/22): MLB DFS Lineups https://milpkbk.co.uk/draftkings-fanduel-daily-fantasy-baseball-picks-4-30-22-mlb-dfs-lineups/ Sat, 30 Apr 2022 15:17:33 +0000 https://milpkbk.co.uk/draftkings-fanduel-daily-fantasy-baseball-picks-4-30-22-mlb-dfs-lineups/ There are seven games on the main roster for both sites tonight, which is a good number of intermediate games to work with in daily fantasy contests. Kershaw and Cole represent the high-paying pitching pool tonight while Lauer, Eovaldi and Gibson make up the midrange, and Taijuan Walker is potentially in play at a low […]]]>

There are seven games on the main roster for both sites tonight, which is a good number of intermediate games to work with in daily fantasy contests. Kershaw and Cole represent the high-paying pitching pool tonight while Lauer, Eovaldi and Gibson make up the midrange, and Taijuan Walker is potentially in play at a low price. The Reds and Rockies face off in Denver and their matchup holds an implied total of 11 points, which is a slate-high of 2.5 points. The Red Sox-Orioles and Braves-Rangers affairs loom as the next high-scoring games, but it will be a mix-and-match game outside of Coors, as the rest of the games are all lumped together with lackluster implied totals. Let’s go, okay?

This article will provide my daily fantasy baseball lineup picks for Fanduel and DraftKings on 4/30/2022, with the main slate locking at 7:05 a.m. ET. The range will go from some elite players to mid-priced options and value games.

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DraftKings, FanDuel Pitchers – MLB DFS Lineup Picks

Gerrit Cole – P, NYY vs. KCR ($10,000 DK, $9,800 FD)

Cole v. Kershaw is going to be a critical pivot when building lineups tonight (Get exposure to both if you play multiple lineups). They’re clearly the best pitchers on the slate, and they’re both gifted with incredible matchups against lightweight AL Central teams. I take the cheapest launcher that has the best match between the two, since I consider them both to have very similar caps on any given slate. Cole found his form against the Guardians in his last start, going 6 2/3 shutout innings while striking out nine and walking just one – good for 34 DK runs. He had struggled a bit before that as he allowed more hard contacts and barrels than he would like, but his 28.4% K% and high smell rates on his slider, cutter and his change should play against the Royals. Kansas City ranks in the bottom five in batting average, on-base percentage, slugging percentage, xBA and xwOBA. They haven’t hit a ton at this point, but Cole should still be able to rack up at least a handful on his way to a quality start and a “W,” with a much higher ceiling.

Personally, I wouldn’t dig too deep into the “Pitcher vs. Team” historical stats, but I found this to be an interesting comparison between Cole and Kershaw:

Cole vs. current roster Royals: 85 PA, 23.5% K%, .240 wOBA, .156 AVG, 4.76 FIP

Kershaw vs. Tigers current roster: 53 AP, 45.3% K%, 0.224 wOBA, 0.176 AVG, 2.06 FIP

Nathan Eovaldi – P, BOS vs BAL ($8,700 DK, $8,500 FD) | Better on FanDuel

Eovaldi’s forward metrics are a rollercoaster as he gets hit hard, dropping a ton of barrels and a high average exit velocity. However, he’s been elite at limiting walks and he boasts a more than respectable 27% strikeout rate over four starts, earning him at least 15 DK points in each of his outings this season. With all of that considered, we must have some interest in him taking on the Orioles tonight. The O’s have eliminated the fourth-most (25.2%) against RHP this season and they don’t rank well in any traditional or advanced measure at this point. They plan to score just 3.8 points tonight as the Red Sox are the No. 2 seed in the roster for the main roster.

Others to consider (FanDuel): Kyle Gibson ($8,200), Clayton Kershaw ($10,500), Justin Steele ($6,500), Taijuan Walker ($7,500)

Others to consider (DraftKings): Clayton Kershaw ($10,300), Kyle Gibson ($9,100)

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DraftKings, FanDuel Infielders – MLB DFS Roster Picks

Rafael Devers – 3B, BOS vs BAL ($5,100 DK, $3,900 FD)

Opposing pitcher Spenser Watkins holds a 2.77 ERA, but just about everything else on his profile suggests the Red Sox are in a good position to smash him tonight. Its 5.27 xERA and 5.94 FIP are a far cry of his Stellar era, and his 8.9% K% ranks among the lowest in the league. Devers ranks in the top 2% in the league with a 58.3% hard hitting rate and he’s gone deep three times this season. Expect another productive game from him tonight.

CJ Cron – 1B, COL vs. CIN ($4,900 DK, $4,100 FD)

Cron leads the National League with seven homers already, and his .364 ISO and .398 wOBA are off the charts early on. He absolutely crushes the ball, and now he has to face the Reds bullpen with Connor Overton making his first career start. Cincinnati relievers hold the second highest xFIP (4.65) in MLB.

Max Muncy – 2B/3B, LAD vs DET ($5,200 DK, $3,300 FD) | Better on FanDuel

It’s been a mixed sack for Muncy so far this season as he’s cut just .145/.329/.290 but hit two home runs, hit nine RBIs and scored nine runs. He holds a high barrel rate of 15.2% and he’s drawing walks at an elite rate, giving him a nice floor with an edge for a lot more each night. Rookie Beau Brieske will be making his second career start after going five innings and giving up three runs (including two home runs) in his major league debut against the Rockies.

Mike Moustakas – 3B, CIN vs. COL ($2,000 DK, $3,000 FD) | Better on DraftKings

“Moose” isn’t anywhere near the hitter he used to be, but he has three hits, two walks, one RBI and two runs scored in his last two games and he’s the minimum price on DraftKings tonight. Kuhl has been solid through three starts, but this is Coors Field we’re talking about and the game currently holds an implied total of 11 points.

Others to consider (FanDuel): Kevin Plabecki ($2,000), Dom Nunez ($2,500), Mitch Garver ($2,500), Joey Votto ($3,300), Brad Miller ($2,400), Freddie Freeman ($3,800), Mike Brosseau ($2,100), Trevor Story ($3,500), Justin Turner ($2,700), Corey Seager ($2,900), Marcus Semien ($3,000)

Others to consider (DraftKings): Aramis Garcia ($2,000), Kevin Plawecki ($2,700), Franchy Cordero ($2,000), Joey Votto ($3,400), Ryan Mountcastle ($2,900), Trey Mancini ($2,800), Jonathan India ($3,900), Roughned Odor ($2,700), Mike Brosseau ($2,500)

DraftKings, FanDuel Outfielders – MLB DFS Roster Picks

Tommy Pham – OF, CIN vs COL ($2,900 DK, $3,700 FD) | Better on DraftKings

Continuing the theme of getting to some underrated Reds in a lively spot at Coors Field, Pham is among my favorite picks tonight. He’s in superb form, scoring at least 22 DK points in two of his last three games and at least 14 DK points in three of his last five. He has three home runs for the season, but he should arguably have more because his average outing speed and hard hitting rate rank among the best in MLB at this point.

Andrew McCutchen – OF, MIL vs. CHC ($2,500 DK, $3,900) | Better on FanDuel

McCutchen is leading for the Brewers, and that should interest us since the Brew Crew will be up against a guy who got hit in Justin Steele. Steele holds a lousy 5.40 ERA and 1.73 WHIP after brutal outings against the Rockies, Rays and Pirates. He started the year shutting out the Brewers in five innings, but I don’t believe in his gimmicks and think Milwaukee has a strong chance of surpassing their implied 4.3-point total tonight. McCutchen has hit a bomb in each of his last two games and will look to keep rolling at Wrigley.

Joey Gallo – OF, NYY vs. KCR ($3,300 DK, $2,600 FD)

We are looking for a circuit here. Gallo has been objectively bad at the plate so far this season, but he’s starting to turn things around lately. He’s hit a hit in four of his last six games and hit his only two homers in that streak, scoring four runs and registering three RBIs in the process. Hernandez was abysmal through three starts, holding a 6.43 ERA, 1.79 WHIP, 12.7% barrel rate and a tiny 7.7% K%.

Others to consider (FanDuel): Kole Calhoun ($2,200), Sam Hilliard ($2,500), Hunter Renfroe ($2,800), Christian Yelich ($2,700), Tyler Naquin ($3,300)

Others to consider (DraftKings): Tyler Naquin ($3,000), Franchy Cordero ($2,000), Nick Senzel ($2,600), Adam Duvall ($2,500), Sam Hilliard ($2,900)

DraftKings, FanDuel MLB DFS Stacks

Cincinnati Reds vs. Colorado Rockies

Feel free to play stacks here – although this is the popular game, so you’ll want to differentiate yourself with your secondary stacks and unique pieces.

Boston Red Sox against the Baltimore Orioles (Spenser Watkins, RHP)

Watkins is forced to come down to earth as his 2.77 ERA hasn’t caught up to his 5.92 FIP and 5.27 ERA. He drops a ton of barrels and he can’t take out anyone, which is a recipe for success for the Red Bottoms. Oriole Park also ranks fourth in Park Factor, so that’s a plus. Devers, Story, Plawecki and Cordero are my main targets in this stack.

Los Angeles Dodgers vs. Detroit Tigers (Beau Briekse, RHP)

New York Yankees vs Kansas City Royals (Carlos Hernandez, RHP)

Milwaukee Brewers against the Chicago Cubs (Justin Steele, LHP)

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DL Davies’ third book is enriched with fantasy, history and adventure https://milpkbk.co.uk/dl-davies-third-book-is-enriched-with-fantasy-history-and-adventure/ Fri, 29 Apr 2022 07:00:00 +0000 https://milpkbk.co.uk/dl-davies-third-book-is-enriched-with-fantasy-history-and-adventure/ Cuauhtémoc: Descendant of the Jaguar The third book in the series focuses on the family’s history and fate TORONTO, ONTARIO, CANADA, April 29, 2022 /EINPresswire.com/ — In the third part of the Cuauhtémoc series, “Cuauhtémoc: Descendant of the Jaguar,” author DL Davies offers another dose of adventure and fantasy. As the titular Cuauhtémoc or Eagle […]]]>

Cuauhtémoc: Descendant of the Jaguar

The third book in the series focuses on the family’s history and fate

TORONTO, ONTARIO, CANADA, April 29, 2022 /EINPresswire.com/ — In the third part of the Cuauhtémoc series, “Cuauhtémoc: Descendant of the Jaguar,” author DL Davies offers another dose of adventure and fantasy. As the titular Cuauhtémoc or Eagle Descendant in ancient language finds himself with a new set of powers, he discovers more about his family history and the undeniable destiny that awaits him.

Born during the height of World War II, writer DL Davies and his family moved to the United States several times before finding his own adventure as army personnel stationed in Germany. He stayed in Europe through the 70s and eventually worked as a welder and mechanic upon his return to the United States. Even during this time, he found himself evoking worlds different from his own and generously decided to share them with others in the form of the Cuauhtémoc series. In his spare time he enjoys hiking and fishing as well as photography.

Armed with a new power – the ability to transform into a jaguar, Descending Eagle adds it to its list of other incredible powers: a perfect memory, the ability to converse with animals and a charismatic personality that draws others to him. . By discovering his grandfather and their illustrious family history, he finds himself facing his destiny: to be the greatest Maya to govern Maya with wisdom and love.

With a bit of everything: historical fiction, fantasy and a generous helping of alternate realities where common cultural taboos are accepted, “Cuauhtémoc: Descendant of the Jaguar” gives readers a delightful look into a world so different from ours yet captivating. and engaging.

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