Year End Fantasy Audit

Ryan McKee looks at one of his fantasy teams to demonstrate how an end-of-season audit can offer insight into your own trade tendencies.

| 3 years ago

Ryan McKee looks at one of his fantasy teams to demonstrate how an end-of-season audit can offer insight into your own trade tendencies.

Year End Fantasy Audit


petersonHeading into Week 16, the majority of us are out of the playoff picture for 2013 (and I say us, because I too have been eliminated in each of my pools). All that is left is to contemplate what might have been and to stew over your opponents that still have something to play for.

But if you can muster up the energy, I encourage you to take some time to self audit your team and your transactions in particular. Last week, I outlined how identifying your draft day tendencies can provide insight in preparing for your 2014 draft. But it’s also important to look at the trades you made and how you fared in each of them, to gain insight into what strengths and weaknesses you may have as a dealer.

Let’s look at one of my leagues and I’ll show you how it works:

MY TEAM POST-DRAFT
QB
Tony Romo
Michael VickWR
Andre Johnson
Cecil Shorts
Mike Williams
Brian HartlineDEF
NY Jets

IDP
Luke Kuechly

RB
CJ Spiller
Chris Johnson
Lamar Miller
Chris Ivory
Pierre Thomas
Jacquizz Rodgers
Knile DavisTE
Zach Sudfeld
Brandon PettigrewK
Matt Prater

It wasn’t my best draft. Virtually all of my RBs underperformed, and since I relied so heavily on them in my draft strategy, I had little depth at the other positions to help me out. My QB situation was alright and there are a few decent picks at WR, but I was weak at TE and generally had a pretty average team.

Now let’s look at the trades I made:

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