The More Data The Better With Statmuse This Season
Fantasy Football is simply a game of numbers. Who can pick the best lineup in a head-to-head matchup that produces the most fantasy points. Seems pretty easy right? No.
The ESPN app has essentially everything you need to extract 411 on players before, during, and after the season. I discovered Statmuse several seasons ago while tracking the NFC East team's productivity.
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A FREE tool for creators to use as a source for statistics on NFL players and more. It’s really easy to use and this season I will be using it for my fantasy football strategy to dominate my league this season. So can you.
If this is the first time you've heard of this platform hit that follow button here on Medium. I will be sharing insights on how I use Statmuse to help me determine my matchups each week.
Here are a few examples of questions you can ask Statmuse this season.
Which Defense Should I Draft | StatMuse
StatMuse has the 49ers as the 1st ranked defense. They are projected to put up 131.2 fantasy points this season.
Who Is The Top-ranked Quarterback | StatMuse
Patrick Mahomes had the 3rd-most 20-point fantasy games among quarterbacks, with 10. StatMuse has him at QB1. He is…
Who Will Be The Best Rb This Week | StatMuse
StatMuse has Austin Ekeler at RB1. He is projected to put up 273.9 fantasy points this season.
Fantasy Footballers who take this seriously look for every edge they can get to win each season. Statmuse is not the only external source I look to, however.