Fantasy football 2016 - building a data-driven draft
Like most businesses, fantasy football coaches are drowning in data. They show up to their draft after countless hours of research with the “perfect” list of players ranked by scoring projection, mock draft ranking, and personal preferences. Other coaches show up similarly armed. They draft as close to their script as they can, then spend the season convinced they made the best decision they could, based on the data available. However, many coaches are using the right data in the wrong way.