Dr. John Bush is back and this time he’s sharing his 3 way draft plan draft pick 1 to 12 Fantasy Football Draft Strategy.
3 Way (Zero RB, Zero WR and Balanced) Draft Plan by Draft Pick 1 to 12.
Z = Players selected Zero RB Plan
W = Players selected Zero WR Plan
B = Players Selected Balanced Plan
Zero RB WR WR WR Early TE RB….
Zero RB RB TE / RB/ QB/ WR…..
Balanced Plan (WR/RB) (WR/RB..Early TE)..
Setting the table here only.
Should you shift to a plan that is more favorable on Average?
What happen if you let you Draft Pick Drive your Actions?
Other Treats Revealed as well!
ANALYSIS OF MY ZERO RB DRAFT PLAN PART 2. (WHAT DRAFT PICKS ARE FAVORED?)
My Draft Research
3) Based on 1 and 2 I like to think about a Drafting Plan.
Therefore these posts.
Analysis of my ZERO RB Drafting Plan
WR WR (WR/TE) (RB/RB sometimes QB early)
Comparison Of Players/Positional Average in Zero RB Picks vs Remaining Players
Red Stars = Zero Rb does Worse
Green Stars = Zero Rb does Better
LIST OF PLAYERS PICKED BY DRAFT PICK
DRAFT PICK PLAYER DRAFT RANKINGS AVERAGES. (ZERO RB VS REMAINING)
GREEN Z MEANS THE ZERO RB DRAFT WAS BETTER
GRAPHICAL View of the Table.
(Red Circles Highlight ZERO RB FAILURES ON AVERAGE!)
Draft Plans Analysis Part 3 __ Zero WR Plans. Which Draft Pick give you an Advantage with this Plan?
Draft Plans Analysis Part 3/ Zero WR Plans. Which Draft Pick give you an advantage with this plan?
This plan picks starts with 3 RBs , Early TE, (Early QB and 3/4 WRs)
W = The Plan
Remaining (REM)= All players not picked
Green are Low and Strong Draft Rankings
Red are Weak and High Draft RankingsOverall Average Ranks W vs Rem is Good for the Plan!
The Numbers of Each Position Drafted are Shown By Draft Picks
Positional Analysis of the Different Players Drafted vs Draft Picks
Example. In this plan the Draft Picks of 1, 6 , 8 and 11 yield on average the best QBs (Green Arrows)
Overall Comparisons of Positional Averages.
Green are low and strong drafted players
Red/Orange are higher and weaker drafted players.
This plan is a winner but not with WRs. Very Poor Group Drafted 105 vs 61. Almost twice as bad!
But the RBs drafted are rated at 57 draft ranking vs 87 of all remaining un-drafted RBs
QBs and TEs are strong with the plan!
This is the graphical representation of the above table! Green Stars are Superior positional drank rankings (QB TE and RBs) while red star highlights the poor WRs drafted using the plan!
The actual list of players drafted vs Draft positions and color coded draft rankings.
Draft Ranking Averages for Plan and non-Plan Players by Draft Pick (Green are low and strong while red are high and weak ranked!)
Side-Side View of the 12 Draft Picks. Plan Winners are denoted with green Ws
Graphical Representation of the tabular data. Green Stars are winners with the Plan. Red stars are losers
A very special thanks to the Fantasy Football Professor Dr. John Bush!
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