#1 By: Devon, August 6th, 2018 21:31
Hey @RotoViz :
Been a subscriber for a few years now, love the analysis. I am unfortunately not in a position to use the new excel sheets. I am wondering where I can pull an "All Position Projection" sheet with, say, the top 250 players. I think there used to be a Cheat Sheet App that I could do this on.
#2 By: Mike Hancho, August 6th, 2018 21:36
I agree. The sophistication of the excel tools are incredible and no doubt extremely helpful, but due to time constraints I'm not sure if I can update each team and positions. Is there a way to import projections?
#3 By: DaveCabanFF, August 6th, 2018 22:48
@igofast @Porkchop Hi Guys, I'm going to be posting my set of projections to the site most likely by the end of the week. We published the NFC North today, so all I have left is the NFC East and NFC West. I'll be posting by position and in aggregate -- will be downloadable as CSV and Excel.
#4 By: Mike Hancho, August 6th, 2018 23:00
Thank you! Much appreciated
#5 By: Devon, August 7th, 2018 10:09
That is awesome, thank you @dcaban!
#6 By: Daniel Schultz, August 7th, 2018 12:56
Dave, are the projections yours only or will the downloadable projects be a combination of many Rotoviz writers. One of the things I really liked about the old projections is (per what I understood) that they were an average of multiple writers. Those averages have done pretty well for me these last few seasons and while I respect you knowledge a lot, we all have personel biases and favorites that tend to be downplayed as more people are doing projections.
#7 By: Matt, August 7th, 2018 16:00
@dcaban I'm really enjoying all the articles with your projections. I would love to see another article where you add up all the projections and look at your projected totals for the league (passing, WR points, RB points, % of passes to various positions, etc.) and compare them to how the last several seasons have gone. As we all know (you even wrote an article about it- "Where Have All the WRs Gone?"), WR scoring was down quite a bit last year. I was wondering about what your league-wide "projections" said about your view of how the 2018 season would go. I'm always interested in following those macro trends and maybe other would find it interesting as well.
#8 By: DaveCabanFF, August 8th, 2018 11:14
Hi @Badger I hear you. The projections that I'll be posting will be my own. I'm not sure if other writers are planning on posting theirs.
#9 By: DaveCabanFF, August 8th, 2018 11:15
@mateoloco Thanks for sharing. That's an interesting idea. If I can find the time, I'll try to work it in.