Although I made every attempt to deflate my own model’s efforts last week, hopefully you tuned in. I’ve been the first to admit that “coverage predicting models” are loosely causal at best. And yes, the model is built on last year’s data, but we managed a pretty solid week to kick off the series. I’ll save you from the rest of the self-deprecating preamble and allow you to simply check on the previous week’s WR vs. CB Matchups & Advice: Week 1 (2022 Fantasy Football) and get right into week 2 action.
As part of my pledge to objectivity let’s first take a look at how our picks fared last week. I will maintain this “report card” throughout the season, regardless of outcome and vow to you: I will refrain from cheery picking results. What you see is what you get, and below is how we did last week.
These values are determined using rankings from our analysts. Values will be different league-to-league, so the goal of the trade value chart is to provide you with opportunities to buy low and sell high throughout the season based on what we view as the actual value of players versus the perceived value of your leaguemates. This is based on half-PPR scoring.