All through the off-season, we work to give DLF readers an edge in their dynasty leagues. That’s useless unless we can prove we’re OK at actually making decent predictions. This series looks back through our final preseason projections and sees how good or bad they were.
There’s good accuracy all along the defensive line here. Starters Domata Peko, Derek Wolfe and Adam Gotsis were all within two solos and three assists from their predicted endpoints.
Inside linebacker Brandon Marshall was a big disappointment given he played just half what was expected. With him missing Todd Davis stepped up as the unlikely hero with more than 20 solos over his target. Davis was a nice surprise but he’s unlikely to retain much value in 2019.
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Being from England Tom only discovered American Football in the late 90s. From there he's gone from casual defender to devoted obsessive and likes to delve into deep data primarily about defensive players. He spends his days trying to pretend the spreadsheets and graphs he makes about football are actually work for his day job. No-one is fooled. You can find him and his unwieldy graphs on Twitter at @TomDegenerate
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