DVQ 3.0: The latest expansion in anticipation football breeze strategy

In film trailer voiceover voice:

In a universe where a third time occasionally is a charm, when source element mostly devolves into involved chaos, when a enlargement of combinatorial storylines criticise a value of a product, a maniac has defied a odds. But not usually any madman, a Fantasy Madman.

In a quarrel to operative a world-beating complement to anticipation football breeze strategy, a Madman has abandoned relief while avoiding a pitfalls of overcomplication. He has identified a treacherous complexity of his past evaluations and has taken action. The days of changeable beam are over. The epoch of compulsory cross-referencing actor ratings is a thing of a past. This is a new universe of actor rankings.

This is a DVQ 3.0.

Sometimes, easier is better.

We’ve seen it before: a unsatisfactory third installment of a dear franchise. “The Dark Knight” trilogy’s weakest entrance was a third. “Spider-man 3” was a disaster, as good as a third “X-Men” or “Matrix” cinema — a list of part-three disappointments is long. Heck, a third presidential tenure isn’t even allowed.

But a Madman, he perseveres. Past incarnations of a breeze value equation (DVQ) have been organic though admittedly overly complex. With this, a third edition, we make it easier. This third entrance is some-more “Lord of a Rings: Return of a King” than “Godfather Part 3.” It is a apex of a DVQ so far.

In a past, a DVQ addressed breeze value with a changeable scale. Each actor was evaluated formed on projected formula compared with their normal breeze position. It worked; we’re proud. But it wasn’t as useful as we wanted. The ratings sundry formed on where in a breeze we were targeting a player, and it admittedly compulsory cross-referencing to know player-to-player comparisons.

But that was like going to a grill that usually serves dishes a la carte. Even if a food is great, “Give me a No. 8” is easier and quicker than surfing by an whole menu for particular items.

This season, a new DVQ 3.0 lets we simply sequence a full meal. It gauges any player’s value exclusively afterwards assigns a breeze position rating. The series reflected in any actor rating is a mark in a breeze during that a Madman projects a best value. Note: There is a parabolic bend nearby a top, where there is larger subdivision in particular projections, so a larger subdivision between DVQ ratings.

So when we see 16.9 beside Jimmy Catchgood, that is a mark in a breeze during that a Madman believes that player’s projected-point sum agrees with a value of that breeze pick. By changeable a analysis to this paradigm, it accomplishes mixed tasks with one rating.

It shows where we should aim a player. It will embody clusters of players with identical ratings, that exhibit a mash-up of identical values. It also will betray tier cliffs, where there is a estimable order in actor ratings. And it does all of this with one number. One series that conveys actionable information. One series that concurrently separates and groups players of varying or identical values. One series to order them all.

So now that we know this, how do we occupy a DVQ 3.0 in your personal breeze strategy? First, no devise is foolproof. If there is a actor we adamantly wish on your roster, and we don’t consider they will be there when we collect again, take them when we can.

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Use a DVQ as a guide. For example: You wish Wilhelm Runningwell on your roster, and he has a DVQ of 29.3. You’re picking with a 22nd pick, and we don’t consider Wilhelm will final that long, afterwards take him. But, say, we unequivocally wish that player, and his normal breeze position (ADP) is drastically aloft than a DVQ rating, afterwards maybe we should re-evaluate that choice.

For example: Christian McCaffrey has an ADP of 31.7 in a 12-team PPR (points per reception) redraft league, though a DVQ of 89.9. Chances are, if we unequivocally wish McCaffrey, we will have to collect him good forward of where a DVQ recommends. The Madman says wait. The Madman says that actor is being overvalued. The Madman says there are some-more arguable options during a indicate in a breeze when McCaffrey’s ADP indicates he will go. The Madman says, we contingency be mad!

The brief story is: Play a odds. And a DVQ 3.0 is a process to communicate those odds. We’ve done it some-more elementary to follow. We’ve done it some-more zodiacally informative. We’ve done it easier.

This is a “Bourne Ultimatum” of third installments. This is a “Christmas Vacation” of anticipation advice. This is a DVQ 3.0.

Sometimes, easier is better.

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