CFB Slate Breakdown: Week 3 (Main Slate)

This week, I tried to add in some relevant stats for the early part of the season. Ideally, I would like to separate defense into two categories – rush defense vs pass defense so we can tell where to attack in the offense. The offensive number I am not sure if all that relevant, considering the fact that I generally talk about the offense (I rarely talk about individual defensive players). I also added in plays per game, as I think that is a decent predictor of potential shootout games, which is integral in terms of stacking to maximize upside for the bigger GPPs. I will continue to hone the stats (I would prefer there be as few stats as possible – when there are too many stats it becomes a bit clunky to read and digest quickly; the sweet spot is having relevant stats while keeping it easy to read.
Anyway, let’s get into week 3.

Nebraska (19.5)

Offense: 43rd
Defense 30th
Plays per Game: 68

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  • Jon Schiller (Varncass)

  • Jonathan Schiller is a college fantasy sports expert who has also demonstrated strong ability in daily fantasy basketball and football. He’s an advanced stats nerd who uses any and all predictive stats to help the RG community succeed. You can find him on Twitter @Bronzesword.

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