Redrafting for the NFL Playoffs? Use our Playoff Redrafter Cheat Sheet!
Posted Jan. 03 at 09:36 PM
If your league starts fresh for the NFL Playoffs, then order the Fantasy Index NFL Playoff Redrafter (It will be sent automatically to all Fantasy Index SuperFanatics and Fantasy Index Weekly subscribers). The Playoff Redrafter ranks all of the players based on their cumulative value through the duration of the playoffs -- an average player from a Super Bowl contender may be rated higher than a superstar from a team that will be bounced in the first round (we'd say "a superstar from the Seahawks" if they had a superstar).
The playoff Redrafter will be published today, January 3, at approximately 4 p.m. Eastern time.
We'll also publish our usual weekend matchup preview -- Fantasy Index Weekly -- on Wednesday, and again next Wednesday. Those will be published (and delivered by e-mail) mid-day on the publication dates. Like the playoff Redrafter, those will be automatically e-mailed to Fantasy Index SuperFanatics and Fantasy Index Weekly subscribers.
You can order now online or you can order by telephone at 206-527-4444 (noon-8 p.m. Eastern time).
Posted by Dave (MOJO) Smith | Jan. 04 at 03:04 AM
My league doesn't count the Super Bowl as part of our playoffs (because there are hardly any players left by then). This over-rates New England among other teams. Is there any way to adjust my custom rankings to just count the first three weeks of the playoffs?
Posted by IAN ALLAN | Jan. 04 at 03:34 AM
If you know your way around Excel, you can open the stats projections file and adjust the "games played" for each player, lowering New England from 2.8 to 1.9, and making the lesser adjustments for the other teams.
Posted by Dave (MOJO) Smith | Jan. 04 at 04:39 AM
Thanks! Would I then be able use that (modified) file to run with my custom rankings? (I also submitted this to your mailbag, please ignore that.)
Posted by IAN ALLAN | Jan. 04 at 12:41 PM
If you know your way around Excel -- how to create calculation columns and whatnot using formulas -- I think you'll have no problem adjusting the info to fit your specific format.
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