#1 By: RotoViz, September 13th, 2017 13:00
Originally published at: http://rotoviz.com/2017/09/fantasy-football-advice-mailbag/
Teach a man to to set his lineup, and he’ll win a week. Teach a man to leverage the full might of the RotoViz apps and expertise, and he’ll crush his league. That’s the idea behind the RotoViz mailbag series, where we’ll go to work solving all your fantasy quandaries. If you have something for the…
#2 By: Trevor.Moran, September 13th, 2017 13:17
Can't thank you enough for the help in this write up. If you check the bottom of my original post you can see the changes i made already with the trade Jay Ajayi for Hopkins. And I'm getting telvin Coleman. Also should I trade luck or just drop him?
#3 By: C.B., September 13th, 2017 13:47
Duke Johnson was the #1 in air yards last week with 86, but he also didn't line up once in the backfield so is he not counted as a running back anymore? <3 Cohen already have him on roster thanks to preseason games.
#4 By: Cort Smith, September 13th, 2017 17:32
Glad it was helpful !
Love the trade! Awesome work man.
Luck. Ugh. Honesty your guess is probably as good as mine.
#5 By: Cort Smith, September 13th, 2017 17:33
Good question. I think it's pretty unlikely that season-long leagues change his designation.
DFS might be a different story...
#6 By: Trevor.Moran, September 13th, 2017 19:17
Just curious Cort, you mentioned "teach a man to use the rotoviz apps and he crush his league". I have trouble setting lineups and I've asked before and someone told me use the glsp. Question for line up decisions should I be selecting players with the best floor, medium, or high? What else can I use to get the best line up week to week? Thanks
#7 By: Mychal, September 13th, 2017 22:58
I actually did bid up for Tarik Cohen (40%). Unfortunately, the David Johnson owner was in a bit more desperate situation and bid 70.
I luckily did get Marqise Lee for relatively cheap (7%), so if Lee gives anything like a decent impression of A-Rob (big if, I know), my roster is set up about the same as it was before.
#8 By: Cort Smith, September 14th, 2017 14:12
The GLSP is great, and I recommend following Dave Caban's weekly article closely.
Generally speaking, median scores are the "safest" to go by, as they represent the most likely outcome. That said, maybe there are weeks where you want to swing for the fences and focus on upside instead.
#9 By: Cort Smith, September 14th, 2017 14:13
Don't fret about missing Tarik. There will be more opportunities to come at the RB position, for sure.
I'm with you on Lee brother! Let's do this.