Jeff Zimmerman analyzes what fantasy owners should expect from Le'Veon Bell when he finally ends his hold out. Hint: it's not good.
Jeff Zimmerman dives into the difficult area of rookie projections that incorporates team context. How much does team context matter when projecting rookie backs and receivers?
Jeff Zimmerman analyzes whether a quarterback's targets are predictable from year to year. Is Tom Brady likely to throw to his wide receivers more this year?
Jeff Zimmerman analyzes whether the quarterback or wide receiver is most important when it comes to catch rates for new QB/WR pairings. Which player has more influence?
Jeff Zimmerman takes another look at red-zone wide receivers to see if a player's height matters the closer a team gets to the goal line.
Jeff Zimmerman goes behind the numbers to identify which traits make up the ideal red-zone wide receiver. The results surprised even him.
Jeff Zimmerman reviews how last week's projections turned out and takes a stab at Week 5 projections for quarterbacks.
Jeff Zimmerman reviews how last week's projections turned out and takes a stab at Week 4 projections for quarterbacks.
Jeff Zimmerman continues his quest for a better projections system with quarterback projections for Week 3.
Jeff Zimmerman checks how his projection system fared in Week 1 and lays out his quarterback projections for Week 2.
Jeff Zimmerman unveils projections for Week 1 using his unique system and compares it to RotoWire's projections. What's the biggest difference?
Jeff Zimmerman moves to wide receivers with his unique projection model. If targets are evenly distributed, which receivers would move to the top?
Jeff Zimmerman unveils his unique projections system, beginning with quarterbacks. Find out why Aaron Rodgers is not the top-ranked quarterback.
Jeff Zimmerman details how he plans to investigate myths, conventional wisdom, what works and what doesn't in fantasy football this season.
Jeff Zimmerman looks at aging curves for quarterbacks to pinpoint the age that signal callers begin to decline. It might be earlier than most assume.
Jeff Zimmerman walks through the process of evaluating the value for players replacing injured or suspended teammates and if it makes sense to draft them.
Jeff Zimmerman examines whether pairing a quarterback and kicker from the same team is a good draft strategy. The results surprised even him.
Jeff Zimmerman delves into the numbers to figure out just how much weight fantasy owners should give to the previous season when evaluating players.
Jeff Zimmerman analyzes player aging curves to determine when NFL running backs and wide receivers can be expected to decline. Is Julio Jones headed for a fall?
Jeff Zimmerman analyzes whether a player's second-half breakout is predictive for the following season. It is, but not in the way most assume.
Jeff Zimmerman delves into the numbers to determine whether talent or opportunity is better in predicting the success of rookie wide receivers and tight ends.
Jeff Zimmerman explores whether running backs selected early in the NFL Draft are any more productive than their late-round brethren. The results might surprise you.