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🔑picks: 1.03, 2.35, 3.67
🆓agent: Zach Allen
JJ Watt = retired
🛫Cameron Thomas? Myjai Sanders?

🔑picks: 1.08, 2.45, 3.76
54 million in cap (2nd most)
🆓agents: Rashaan Evans/Lorenzo Carter
🛫Troy Andersen/Arnold E
🔑picks: 1.22, 3.86
🆓agent: Justin Houston
🛫Kyle Hamilton, David Ojabo

🔑picks: 1.27, 2.59, 3.91
🆓agents: Tremaine Edmonds/Jordan Poyer
🛫Terrell Bernard

🔑pix :1.09, 2.39, 2.60, 3.92
🛫Brandon Smith
🔑pix: 1.?, 2.?, 3?
🆓agents: Jessie Bates/Germaine Pratt/Vonn Bell
🛫DAXX HILL/Akeem Davis Gaither/Cam Taylor Britt

🔑pix: 2.43, 3.99, 4.111
🆓agents: Deion Jones/Anthony Walker/Clowney/TakiTaki
🛫 Alex Wright
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With the 2022 #FFIDP regular season in the books I'm going to post my projections vs reality.
As always.
There's good.
There's bad.
There's meh.
But I put those numbers out. I'd better be honest about how useful/close/decent they are.
A few things:
Players that move teams in-season are included as per original projections, but marked with seasonal numbers.
So for example Bradley Chubb appears on the DEN sheet, but all his MIA numbers count.
In my mind I'm saying a certain player will put up these numbers. Obviously we can't predict trades, but if you draft that player, you control his fate. So the pts he scores are the recommendation.
Regardless of how fate alters how he gets them.
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With rosters pretty set before the start of the season I thought I'd share team-by-team #FFIDP projections.
Let's gooooooooooooooooooooo............
Cardinals Image
Falcons. Image
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Começou a jornada para o bicampeonato #FFIDP ImageImageImage
A configuração da liga valoriza os IDPs e muda completamente o cenário do draft. ImageImage
Zero-RB é algo que não me acostumo, mas que certos drafts me forçam a fazer, como este Image
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NFC South had a lot of pass rush last year #FFIDP Image
But they were the worst in the last decade... NFC West wins here. #FFIDP Image
Sorry, numbers! Image
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The phrase "rookie corner rule" has popped up in my thread a few times recently. To my understanding, it's a #FFIDP platitude whereby a rookie CB will be tested by QBs and see more action, resulting in more opportunities for INTs, PBUs, and tackles of receptions allowed. (1/4)
Two sharp #FFIDP analysts whose work I admire believe Jeff Okudah could "benefit" (i.e., attract more targets and/or score more fantasy points, at least early in 2020. Two more analysts, whose work I also admire, refute the existence of the "rookie corner rule." (2/4)
So, I couldn't help myself! I crunched some numbers for 2019. I found rookie CBs allowed 5.0% more targets and 7.5% more receptions per coverage snap than vets. 🤓

In the context of 30 coverage snaps (about a game's worth), those are very marginal gains. (3/4)
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