The stats spreadsheet for the 2019/20 NFL season is now ready for download with stat projections for the upcoming 2019 season and detailed historical actuals from 2018, in Excel format.
The format remains the same as last year. Note that rookies do not appear on the 2018 tab, the sorting changed, and some free agents have been manually added (projections for these can vary widely from 0 to over ambitious).
Since pools are getting larger, I’ve included 100 more players. And as in previous years, the rankings have been normalized so unranked players get a 400 (previously 300). This should help with the larger pools I’ve been seeing out there. Kickers and defense excluded again.
The spreadsheet includes all the features you’ve come to know and love like player profile links, detailed stats (i.e. first downs and targets), fully customizable scoring settings, and pre-formatted notes fields. Yahoo! projections are used, based on Rotowire, so take them with a grain of salt, and have been painstakingly cross-referenced to FantasyPros’ default “expert consensus” ratings with standard and PPR scoring rankings. This is quite the chore with all the players with abbreviations after their name like “Jr” or “II” or “IV” in the case of Willie Snead. For Excel nerds, it’s conditionally formatted down to row 1000, but number formats only go down to 500 to keep the file size small.
Find out more about the spreadsheet here: 2019 NFL Stats Spreadsheet
The handy Draft Board Tool and downloadable NFL schedule grid have also been updated for the upcoming season.
These workbooks take much time to prepare, so if they’ve saved you any time in your draft prep, I’d love a share on a forum like reddit, or twitter, donate using the link on the right, or simply leave a comment showing your support. Happy pooling!