The Verge’s Aaron Greenberg has written a great piece about how to interpret the stats that appear in Fantasy Football leagues.
He describes it as a tool for analyzing the strength of your team and the odds of you winning the game.
The point is, it gives you an idea of how good your team actually is.
That’s important to know, because the game is so unpredictable.
Fantasy Football is unpredictable because it’s a lot more fun if you have a high variance of outcomes.
But the numbers can also tell you which players are most likely to perform, how much of your win column is earned, and more.
We’ll go through each of these different aspects of fantasy football in this article.