What better way to celebrate the summer long weekends than getting a head start on fantasy football prep? The offensive projected stats for 2014 are now up along with full 2013 season stats. This is the earliest I’ve ever got the offensive spreadsheet out, as I’m getting tired of procrastinating. 🙂 Rankings & IDP stats to come… Two new stats this year: QB sacks taken and total fumbles. This is in addition to all the goodies you’re used to such as links to Yahoo! player profiles, customizable scoring settings and more! Also updates will be much more reliable, as I’ve written a macro to
This will be the last major update to the fantasy stats spreadsheet for the year. Thank you for all the feedback, I hope you find this update useful! New in this final version: Added Games Played in 2012 and PPG calculation Added Bye Weeks per player Added Projection change. Shows a green or red icon (in Excel 2010+ only) Updated Yahoo, Standard & PPR Projections Get it here: https://fantasycube.com/nfl-stats-spreadsheet If you find any errors, please let me know by email or in the comments! Thanks for the support, and happy drafting! We’ll still be writing articles throughout the year!
The IDP (Individual Defensive Player) Stats Spreadsheet has been updated with 2012 historical stats and 2013 rankings. What’s new this year? 2013 IDP Rankings (Standard & PPR) from two sources Tackle for Loss stats This is in addition to some of the popular features from last year’s original Excel workbook with: Games Played to calculate Points Per Game (PPG) (target players returning from major injuries) Rankings by Position Customize with your own league’s scoring settings Links to Yahoo! Player Profiles Click here for the IDP rankings spreadsheet The old 2011 / 2012 stats are archived here.
The offensive stats have been updated with 2013 projected data and 2012 actual stats, so you can now do your own analysis from the 2012 season! IDP stats are coming soon, but I wanted to get this out before the weekend as I’ve had a lot of requests from people planning their upcoming fantasy season! This Excel workbook has: 2013 Projected Fantasy Stats (Offense) 2012 Historical NFL Stats Ability to enter your own league’s scoring settings! Links to Player Profiles on Yahoo! Sports Filter by position Create your own notes NFL Schedule Grid and Bye Week Quick Reference Strength of Schedule
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My predictions for the Super Bowl and four Wild Card match-ups this weekend: Cincinnati at Houston (-4.5) 1/5/2013 4:30p ET NBC My Pick: Texans 23-17 A month ago the Texans were 11-1 and the Super Bowl favorite. But after a drubbing to the Patriots and losses to the Vikings and Colts to finish the season, many are picking the Bengals for an upset. Winners of 7 of their last 8, Cincinnati will be a good young team for many years to come but their lack of depth at receiver behind AJ Green means they will need to establish the run on
Hands up if you put a claim in for the Cowboys’ Kevin Ogletree or the Jets’ Stephen Hill? The two gained fantasy attention overnight with 8rec/114yd/2TD and 5rec/89yds/2TD performances in Week 1. Here’s how they did in Week 2: Kevin Ogletree (WR): One catch for 26 yards, one target. Stephen Hill (WR): No catches, two targets. It was too much to ask for a repeat performance, but to put up a complete egg in Hill’s case is a situation even the most pessimistic pundit couldn’t have fathomed. Yes, Mark Sanchez is merely serviceable at best, but I was at the
Like millions of fantasy football fans on Tuesday morning, I loaded up Yahoo to check my league’s results. I noticed new “Recap” links beside every game result in the “Scoreboard” box. Clicking through out of curiousity, I was blown away by this new feature and jokingly posted this on Twitter: