Fantasy football rankings for Week 4
No, we haven't offed them. However, it became clear after three weeks that Hector and Victor's projections-based rankings were at a serious disadvantage to the other five members of the rankings crew. While the "human" rankers were able to consider both upside and probabilities of touchdowns and yardages, Hector and Victor's rankings were confined to a set number of yards and answering the questions "will he score 0, 1, 2 or 3 touchdowns?" with no room for the "maybe, probably or likely" which govern a more human and cognitive assessment of the players.
Hector and Victor's projections and rankings can be found at their new home page.
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