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money in the banana stand
the money in the banana stand guide to the draft
martin mayhew thinks matthew stafford was the problem (and other absurdities)
winning $250k and riding off into the friscalating dusklight
teresa palmer, adrian peterson, and the occasional value of being wrong
marquise goodwin and the hilarity of scouting
return to thoughtless being
alex smith, the evil exes, and a fantasy mvp
a tale of two carrs
pai mei, zero rb, and the nffc – a 2013 report card
don’t finish 3rd – use rotoviz rb cheat sheet
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support the banana stand
banana stand favorites
recent posts
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the contest
nffc classic
~our banansa won't kill you~ for your fantasy football fill-up
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alex smith versus the world: or narratives and why they create value; or the anti-narrative and why it can be a trap
alex smith versus aaron rodgers and colin kaepernick
alex smith versus troy aikman, drew brees, and tom brady
the upside
alex smith versus matt ryan and eli manning
alex smith versus adrian peterson
alex smith versus steve young
do the rushing yards mean anything?
alex smith versus the chiefs receiving corps . . . and defense
and it ends
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5 point palm exploding heart technique – most points/best record, no. 3 finish overall
H4 and now a quick reminder of previous content…
H5 if you’d like to support the banana stand and simultaneously purchase the service that helped us win the 2013 nffc primetime championship, please subscribe to rotoviz through our site. we receive half of the proceeds and you get the best fantasy information on the planet. alternatively, if you want to support the site by doing something you’re almost certainly going to do anyway, consider making your amazon purchases through our link at the top right. you get exactly the same price, and we make a tiny percentage that could help us keep the site alive. (i also strongly recommend the listed fantasy football books written by friends of the site.) to those who have been banana stand readers from the start, thank you. your enthusiasm has helped us make it this far, and hopefully this is just the beginning.
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lucas lee : prepare to the feel the wrath of the league of evil exes! scott pilgrim: the what? lucas lee: you seriously don’t know about the league? seven evil exes? coming to kill you? controlling the future of ramona’s love life? scott pilgrim: no…? lucas lee: really? [offers his hand to scott] hey, man, don’t worry about it.
scott pilgrim : we are sex bob-omb and we are here to make you think about death and get sad and stuff.
stacey pilgrim: next time, we don’t date the girl with eleven evil ex-boyfriends. scott pilgrim: it’s seven. stacey pilgrim: oh, well, that’s not that bad.
scott pilgrim: why can’t we have secret shows? kim pine: all our shows are secret shows.
gideon gordon graves : do you have any idea how long it took me to get all the evil exes’ contact information so i could form this stupid league? like, two hours! two hours!
wallace wells : you doing okay there?  scott pilgrim: yeah, good, good, good. she changed her hair. wallace wells: so, it looks nice blue! scott pilgrim: yeah i know, but she did it without making a big deal out of it or anything… she’s fickle, impulsive, spontaneous… god what am i going to do? 
wallace wells: this isn’t a race, guys! crash: okay, this one goes to the guy who keeps shouting from the balcony. it’s called: ‘we hate you, please die’. wallace wells: oh, sweet. i love this one!
todd ingram : [to scott after sending him flying through some walls] i can read your thoughts. your will is broken. you’re through. scott pilgrim: [holds up two cups of coffee] say we drink to my memory. fair-trade blend with soy milk? envy adams: oh, please. but that’s pathetic. todd ingram: dude. i saw into your mind’s eye. you put half-and-half in one of those coffees in attempt to make me break vegan edge. i’ll take the one with soy. [takes one of the coffees via telekenesis] thanks, tool. [and he drinks from it] scott pilgrim: actually, muchacho, i put the coffee in this cup. but i thought really hard to put it in that one, ‘in my mind’s eye’ or whatever. todd ingram: [disbelief] what are you talking about? scott pilgrim: you just drank half-and-half, baby.
stacey pilgrim: [scott has just broken up with ramona] did you really see a future with this girl?  scott pilgrim: like… with jet-packs? 
lollipop hipster: what’s the password? scott pilgrim: ughh, whatever! lollipop hipster: cool.
wallace wells: if you want something bad, you have to fight for it. step up your game, scott. break out the l-word. scott pilgrim: lesbian? wallace wells: the other l-word. scott pilgrim: lesbians? wallace wells: it’s ‘love,’ scott.
kim pine: we are sex bob-omb! and we’re here to watch scott pilgrim kick your teeth in! one-two-three-four!
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zero rb
the contest
nffc classic
5 point palm exploding heart technique – most points/best record, no. 3 finish overall
qb: jay cutler/josh mccown, ryan tannehill
rb: le’veon bell, pierre thomas
wr: calvin johnson, alshon jeffery, pierre garcon, jordy nelson
te: jimmy graham, charles clay
continue reading pai mei, zero rb, and the nffc – a 2013 report card →
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part 2 rb21-50
follow the banana stand on twitter.
if you’d like to support the banana stand and simultaneously purchase the service that helped us win the 2013 nffc primetime championship, please subscribe to rotoviz through our site. we receive half of the proceeds and you get the best fantasy information on the planet. alternatively, if you want to support the site by doing something you’re almost certainly going to do anyway, consider making your amazon purchases through our link at the top right. you get exactly the same price, and we make a tiny percentage that could help us keep the site alive. (i also strongly recommend the listed fantasy football books written by friends of the site.) to those who have been banana stand readers from the start, thank you. your enthusiasm has helped us make it this far, and hopefully this is just the beginning.
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int. music city radio hall – night
commissioner goodell
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gm rick smith
owner bob mcnair
espn reporter
coach bill o’brien
espn reporter
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commissioner goodell
zero rb
the contest
nffc classic
5 point palm exploding heart technique – most points/best record, no. 3 finish overall
qb: jay cutler/josh mccown, ryan tannehill
rb: le’veon bell, pierre thomas
wr: calvin johnson, alshon jeffery, pierre garcon, jordy nelson
te: jimmy graham, charles clay
continue reading pai mei, zero rb, and the nffc – a 2013 report card →
part 1 rb1-rb20:
part 2 rb21-50
follow the banana stand on twitter.
if you’d like to support the banana stand and simultaneously purchase the service that helped us win the 2013 nffc primetime championship, please subscribe to rotoviz through our site. we receive half of the proceeds and you get the best fantasy information on the planet. alternatively, if you want to support the site by doing something you’re almost certainly going to do anyway, consider making your amazon purchases through our link at the top right. you get exactly the same price, and we make a tiny percentage that could help us keep the site alive. (i also strongly recommend the listed fantasy football books written by friends of the site.) to those who have been banana stand readers from the start, thank you. your enthusiasm has helped us make it this far, and hopefully this is just the beginning.
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jim kelly
john elway
jay cutler
matt ryan
carrbrehetors
written
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salvatore stefanile
int. music city radio hall – night
commissioner goodell
cut to:
espn reporter
gm rick smith
owner bob mcnair
espn reporter
coach bill o’brien
espn reporter
gm rick smith
commissioner goodell
zero rb
the contest
nffc classic
5 point palm exploding heart technique – most points/best record, no. 3 finish overall
qb: jay cutler/josh mccown, ryan tannehill
rb: le’veon bell, pierre thomas
wr: calvin johnson, alshon jeffery, pierre garcon, jordy nelson
te: jimmy graham, charles clay
continue reading pai mei, zero rb, and the nffc – a 2013 report card →
part 1 rb1-rb20:
part 2 rb21-50
follow the banana stand on twitter.
if you’d like to support the banana stand and simultaneously purchase the service that helped us win the 2013 nffc primetime championship, please subscribe to rotoviz through our site. we receive half of the proceeds and you get the best fantasy information on the planet. alternatively, if you want to support the site by doing something you’re almost certainly going to do anyway, consider making your amazon purchases through our link at the top right. you get exactly the same price, and we make a tiny percentage that could help us keep the site alive. (i also strongly recommend the listed fantasy football books written by friends of the site.) to those who have been banana stand readers from the start, thank you. your enthusiasm has helped us make it this far, and hopefully this is just the beginning.
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drew brees
troy aikman
tom brady
jim kelly
john elway
jay cutler
matt ryan
carrbrehetors
written
by
salvatore stefanile
int. music city radio hall – night
commissioner goodell
cut to:
espn reporter
gm rick smith
owner bob mcnair
espn reporter
coach bill o’brien
espn reporter
gm rick smith
commissioner goodell
zero rb
the contest
nffc classic
5 point palm exploding heart technique – most points/best record, no. 3 finish overall
qb: jay cutler/josh mccown, ryan tannehill
rb: le’veon bell, pierre thomas
wr: calvin johnson, alshon jeffery, pierre garcon, jordy nelson
te: jimmy graham, charles clay
continue reading pai mei, zero rb, and the nffc – a 2013 report card →
part 1 rb1-rb20:
part 2 rb21-50
follow the banana stand on twitter.
if you’d like to support the banana stand and simultaneously purchase the service that helped us win the 2013 nffc primetime championship, please subscribe to rotoviz through our site. we receive half of the proceeds and you get the best fantasy information on the planet. alternatively, if you want to support the site by doing something you’re almost certainly going to do anyway, consider making your amazon purchases through our link at the top right. you get exactly the same price, and we make a tiny percentage that could help us keep the site alive. (i also strongly recommend the listed fantasy football books written by friends of the site.) to those who have been banana stand readers from the start, thank you. your enthusiasm has helped us make it this far, and hopefully this is just the beginning.
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money in the banana stand search primary menu skip to content rotovizlifesportsthe universefantasy sportseverythingunpopular culturepro football focus72 unforced errors search for: fantasy sports, sports the money in the banana stand guide to the draft fantasy sports, sports martin mayhew thinks matthew stafford was the problem (and other absurdities) fantasy sports, sports winning $250k and riding off into the friscalating dusklight fantasy sports, movies, sports teresa palmer, adrian peterson, and the occasional value of being wrong sports marquise goodwin and the hilarity of scouting fantasy sports return to thoughtless being fantasy sports, sports alex smith, the evil exes, and a fantasy mvp september 5, 2014 shawn siegele 1 comment lucas lee: prepare to the feel the wrath of the league of evil exes! scott pilgrim: the what? lucas lee: you seriously don’t know about the league? seven evil exes? coming to kill you? controlling the future of ramona’s love life? scott pilgrim: no…? lucas lee: really? [offers his hand to scott] hey, man, don’t worry about it. last year i suggested alex smith was going to be a star with the chiefs. his steady presence facilitated a complete reversal of fortune in kansas city. this time i’m going to take it one step further and predict that alex smith is going to be this year’s version of andy dalton, nick foles, or josh mccown. he’s going to be the late round quarterback who almost single-handedly wins fantasy titles. alex smith versus the world: or narratives and why they create value; or the anti-narrative and why it can be a trap scott pilgrim: we are sex bob-omb and we are here to make you think about death and get sad and stuff. it’s easy to get stuck on a certain idea and not be able to let it go. most football pundits entered the 2013 season seeing alex smith as a “game manager” and weren’t able to shake that conviction even as he finished in the same range as matt ryan, russell wilson, colin kaepernick, and tom brady. after alex smith put on a performance for the ages in the playoffs against indianapolis, many outlets praised the game as probably the best of his career, suggested he would be a high-end qb2 in 2014, and then reiterated that smith was probably not a 4- or 5-year solution for kansas city. that critique accurately reflects the mainstream opinion on smith. once a narrative develops, it’s difficult to shake but easy to reinforce. andy dalton just completed a three-year run that stands among the best in nfl history, taking the bungles to the playoffs for the third year in a row and finishing as qb3 in fantasy. unfortunately, because dalton is seen as a mediocre talent, it required only one poor playoff performance against san diego in the wind and rain to foment calls for a new direction from cincinnati fans. the narrative around alex smith is slightly more complex. he was so incredible as a 20-year-old junior at utah that the san francisco 49ers selected him no. 1 overall in the 2005 nfl draft. he was so bad as first year player that he posted the worst adjusted yards per attempt of any rookie starter in our analysis of first year quarterback numbers. that analysis suggests most signal-callers tend to be exactly what they appear as rookies. and so the first part of the narrative is written. alex smith versus aaron rodgers and colin kaepernick stacey pilgrim: next time, we don’t date the girl with eleven evil ex-boyfriends. scott pilgrim: it’s seven. stacey pilgrim: oh, well, that’s not that bad. a host of recent psychological studies show that humans are much better at making relative judgments than absolute ones. when members of the opposite sex are determining your level of attractiveness, they anchor to the people in the immediate surroundings. you’re much better off going to a bar with a friend who is slightly worse looking than one who is slightly better. your looks haven’t changed, but the impact on the way you’re perceived is dramatic. alex smith looks worse than he is because his career naturally invites comparisons to aaron rodgers and colin kaepernick. while the 49ers drafted smith no. 1 overall, rodgers endured a well publicized slide to no. 24. sitting behind brett favre, he didn’t really get to play until four years later. he then embarked on one of the most staggering careers in sports history. by most objective measures, rodgers is the best quarterback to ever play the game. in 2012 alex smith had finally arrived. the previous year he’d led his team to the nfc championship game, and although he didn’t play well in that contest, he probably only missed checking the “super bowl participant” box on his resume due to a couple of muffed punts. a concussion derailed his campaign at mid-season, but he ended the year first in completion percentage, third in qb rating (behind peyton manning and aaron rodgers), and fifth in yards per attempt behind griffin, manning, newton, and the man who would again make him look like the ugly duckling. colin kaepernick took over when smith was injured, and he was simply better. he led the nfl in yards per attempt and led the 49ers to the super bowl. but the important thing wasn’t just that he was better, it was how much better he looked. instead of protecting the ball and taking the sure completion, he threw lasers into tight coverage. he elevated michael crabtree from afterthought to superstar. in the divisional playoff against green bay, he rushed for 181 yards and two touchdowns, scoring what would have been an absurd 50 fantasy points. if alex smith had ever had a chance to shuck his game manager label, it was now completely gone. alex smith versus troy aikman, drew brees, and tom brady scott pilgrim: why can’t we have secret shows? kim pine: all our shows are secret shows. going to the evidence is the only way to make inroads against persistent narratives. when i look at quarterbacks, i like to take a two or three-year snapshot and try to discover who was similar. the following list looks at age 27 to age 29 seasons and includes all quarterbacks since 1970 who threw for at least 7500 passing yards with an adjusted efficiency level between 7.5 and 6.75. gideon gordon graves: do you have any idea how long it took me to get all the evil exes’ contact information so i could form this stupid league? like, two hours! two hours! player cmp% yds td int rate ay/a y/g w l troy aikman* 66.2% 9080 44 25 92.7 7.46 206 33 11 drew brees 65.7% 13910 88 46 93.8 7.39 290 25 23 donovan mcnabb 60.3% 9598 63 28 90.1 7.36 240 29 11 tom brady 61.9% 11331 78 40 90.9 7.3 236 36 12 brett favre 60.7% 11978 105 52 92 7.3 250 37 11 alex smith 62.7% 8194 53 17 92.5 7.25 200 30 9 mark brunell 59.4% 8942 52 25 87.5 7.2 213 32 10 eli manning 61.9% 11261 79 49 88.3 6.97 235 30 18 matt hasselbeck 61.1% 10298 63 40 86.6 6.94 224 22 18 jeff george 60.5% 8575 50 32 85.6 6.89 245 16 19 dan fouts* 60.3% 11796 78 68 83.5 6.86 251 32 14 carson palmer 63.1% 8897 57 37 87.9 6.84 247 15 21 jay cutler 59.2% 8626 55 37 84.3 6.83 216 27 13 steve mcnair 61.6% 9584 58 40 85.7 6.78 204 30 16 once we start focusing on smith in relation to other signal-callers than kaepernick and rodgers, the picture brightens. the upside wallace wells: you doing okay there?  scott pilgrim: yeah, good, good, good. she changed her hair. wallace wells: so, it looks nice blue! scott pilgrim: yeah i know, but she did it without making a big deal out of it or anything… she’s fickle, impulsive, spontaneous… god what am i going to do?  1. from age 27 to age 29, alex smith had a virtually identical passer rating to drew brees (93.8 to 92.5) and a far better winning percentage. smith and brees are not particularly similar from a yardage perspective–brees led the nfl in passing yards twice during that time–but they are similar in terms of career efficiency arc. both struggled in their first two full seasons at the helm and then came on after that. smith’s development was slower, in part because he missed his age-24 season due to injury. 2. if you don’t adjust for era, the most similar quarterback in terms of career arc is almost certainly troy aikman. both players started very slowly, and both emerged as stars at similar times – aikman one year earlier in winning the super bowl at age 26. during their age 27 to age 29 seasons aikman had a better adjusted net, but they posted identical passer ratings, regular season win percentages, and aikman edged him in passing yards per game 206 to 200. the nfl was very, very different in terms of how favorable it was to pass, but it’s still interesting that aikman had michael irvin and emmitt smith yet threw fewer touchdowns and more interceptions. 3. from age 27 to age 29, alex smith has a slightly better qb rating (92.9 to 90.5) and a slightly better regular season win percentage (77% to 75%) than tom brady at those same ages. i’m not suggesting smith was better than brady. the two-time super bowl mvp threw for 36 more yards per game, which is a sizable gap. the key point in the comparison between smith and brady is that the patriots signal-caller was widely considered to be a game manager himself prior to the 2007 season. he was considered to be an elite game manager, and the “qbs are defined by their wins” crowd suggested he might be superior to peyton manning, specifically because he was such a good manager of the game. but brady morphed from elite game manager to fantasy superstar at exactly age 30 – the season smith is about to enter. alex smith versus matt ryan and eli manning wallace wells: this isn’t a race, guys! crash: okay, this one goes to the guy who keeps shouting from the balcony. it’s called: ‘we hate you, please die’. wallace wells: oh, sweet. i love this one! some of the players on the above list played long enough ago that they really played in a different nfl. aikman and favre are obvious examples. if you extend the parameters some, you find that guys like jim kelly and john elway were worse than smith in terms of efficiency. they would both go on to ridiculous careers in their 30s. those comps aren’t really fair. we can compare smith to his contemporaries however. because he played his first season at 21, it’s easy to forget that smith is younger than guys like aaron rodgers and jay cutler. smith is only a year older than matt ryan, a man atlanta obviously sees as their franchise quarterback, perhaps for the next decade. ryan just finished his age 27 and age 28 seasons. if you compare the two players over that time period, you see that ryan averaged 289 yards per game and smith only 188. not similar at all. but the difference is merely in the number of attempts. smith led 7.36 to 7.29 in yards per attempt, 7.59 to 7.11 in adjusted yards per attempt, and trailed 6.35 to 6.34 in adjusted net. moreover, smith had a much better record as ryan was only 17-15. this isn’t to suggest smith is necessarily better, but it’s worth noting that when a player records more yards and a worse record, he’s usually accused of piling up garbage time yards that aren’t skill-related. this is probably not the case with ryan, but it’s important to keep our narratives straight, to realize how much impact they have, and how often they’re inaccurate. it’s also worth noting that ryan plays a disproportionate percentage of games in a dome, a feature that definitely inflates passing totals and efficiency. eli manning is another player with nearly identical numbers in his age 27 and age 28 seasons and worse efficiency numbers if you include age 29. smith averaged 7.25 adjusted yards per attempt, manning 6.97. manning’s record was far worse. those were the three years following his first super bowl win and a year before his second. at age 30, manning threw for 4,933 yards, easily a career high. alex smith versus adrian peterson todd ingram: [to scott after sending him flying through some walls] i can read your thoughts. your will is broken. you’re through. scott pilgrim: [holds up two cups of coffee] say we drink to my memory. fair-trade blend with soy milk? envy adams: oh, please. but that’s pathetic. todd ingram: dude. i saw into your mind’s eye. you put half-and-half in one of those coffees in attempt to make me break vegan edge. i’ll take the one with soy. [takes one of the coffees via telekenesis] thanks, tool. [and he drinks from it] scott pilgrim: actually, muchacho, i put the coffee in this cup. but i thought really hard to put it in that one, ‘in my mind’s eye’ or whatever. todd ingram: [disbelief] what are you talking about? scott pilgrim: you just drank half-and-half, baby. the anti-smith camp doesn’t see him as a long term solution in kansas city purportedly due to his limited talents. the flip side of the argument would be that smith is a better overall athlete than anyone on his previous comp list. because i’m (probably unjustifiably) obsessed with the combine agility drills, i know that alex smith ran the short shuttle in 3.97 seconds. since the combine went to electric times, there are only two successful running backs with faster times: edgerrin james at 3.88 and darren sproles at 3.96. adrian peterson ran it in 4.40. it would be easier to conclude that purple jesus slipped on the shuttle if not for also running a slower 3-cone. alex smith easily defeated him in that as well, 6.80 to 7.09. (some nfl quarterbacks are freakishly good athletes. jake locker ran a 6.77 and andrew luck a 6.81.) overall athleticism isn’t at the top of the list of important quarterback attributes. peyton manning is barely ambulatory on his best day. on the other hand, plus-athleticism has helped a handful of mobile quarterbacks compete well into their 30s. alex smith versus steve young stacey pilgrim: [scott has just broken up with ramona] did you really see a future with this girl?  scott pilgrim: like… with jet-packs?  only eight quarterbacks have rushed for more yards at the age of 29 or older than alex smith did last season. one of them did it five times. if you want a sacrilegious, shoot the moon comp, this is it. steve young’s football odyssey was unique to say the least. he played his age 22 and age 23 seasons with the los angeles express of the usfl before moving to tampa bay where he went 3-16 while managing an 11-21 td-int ratio. he was then acquired by the 49ers to be joe montana’s understudy. he started only seven games between ages 27 and 29. of course, it would be wildly optimistic to believe alex smith could manage even an [ ] version of what young did next. the 49ers great absolutely shredded the nfl from age 30 to age 37. in fact, if you just look at what young did after age 30, he’s pretty clearly the best old quarterback ever. his adjusted yards per attempt barely trails brady’s 8.32 to 8.30, but young also ran for 3,240 yards. alex smith won’t be steve young, but it’s not outside the range of possibility that he could be young-lite. jeff garcia ran for 250-plus yards for four consecutive seasons starting at age 30. in the first of those seasons, garcia threw for 4,278 yards, ran for 415, and scored 35 total touchdowns. he posted 50 percent more fantasy points than brett favre. another one of the quarterbacks on the rushing list was rich gannon. the former raiders star washed out with the minnesota vikings at age 27, latched on with kansas city at age 30, and sat behind elvis grbac until an injury forced him into the lineup two years later. he led a 5-1 stretch that got the chiefs to 13-3 but was benched for the playoff game because he hadn’t exactly lit the world on fire in the victories. after struggling during his 10 starts the following season, kansas city opted to go with grbac and gannon moved along again. gannon caught on with an oakland team that had just hired a young offensive mastermind named jon gruden. under the coaching savant, gannon enjoyed an unparalleled career renaissance. over the next four seasons he led the raiders to double figure victories three times and posted excellent passing stats. at the age of 35 he ran for 529 yards and put up 32 combined touchdowns. at the age of 37 he threw for 4,689 yards. even with the recent passing explosion, that remains the 24th highest total of all time. only 14 different quarterbacks have thrown for more yards. do the rushing yards mean anything? lollipop hipster: what’s the password? scott pilgrim: ughh, whatever! lollipop hipster: cool. they might not. the parallels between alex smith and garcia or gannon may be slim. the other quarterbacks on the list are known more as pure scramblers, but they’re not bad comps either. michael vick is a far better athlete, but it’s worth noting that he never posted 7.0 adjusted yards per attempt before blowing up as a passer at age 30 with philadelphia. randall cunningham’s totals cratered after age 29, but his overall athleticism allowed him to stay in the league until age 38. at the relatively advanced age of 35 he captained the vikings to a 13-1 record, threw 34 touchdowns, and led the nfl in quarterback rating. alex smith versus the chiefs receiving corps . . . and defense wallace wells: if you want something bad, you have to fight for it. step up your game, scott. break out the l-word. scott pilgrim: lesbian? wallace wells: the other l-word. scott pilgrim: lesbians? wallace wells: it’s ‘love,’ scott. when we look at smith and try to determine his upside, we quickly arrive back at the game manager problem. smith has been efficient but not explosive. fortunately, charles kleinheksel looked at this issue last offseason and discovered that smith’s number of attempts have no impact on his efficiency. for him to throw for more yards, he simply needs to throw more passes. although the chiefs are an ascending team, their defense is probably closer to the model that struggled down the stretch. from week 11 to week 16, smith was both prolific and efficient. he finished as qb3, trailing only peyton manning and ben roethlisberger, while tying cam newton and andy dalton for most fantasy points per drop back. the chiefs 9-0 start this past season was a mixture of good fortune and good scheduling. it’s a  pretty safe assumption that kansas city will need smith to play a larger role for them to return to the playoffs. for alex smith to carry the chiefs, he’ll need to play at more of a playoff level. how has smith done in the playoffs? well, he’s averaged 291 yards passing and 42 yards rushing. he’s scored 10 combined touchdowns, thrown zero interceptions, and owns a quarterback rating of 108.6. some of smith’s value will probably depend on how the chiefs receiving corps develops. it was disappointing to see them pass on jordan matthews, davante adams, and marqise lee with the no. 22 pick, but they’re still likely to be far better than they were in 2013. the utterly electric de’anthony thomas continues to fly under the radar despite entering the nfl as a mix of randall cobb, tavon austin, and dexter mccluster. top 10 sleeper travis kelce has frequently been called a discount gronk. his freak score may portend glory. dwayne bowe is reportedly eating better and doing yoga.((if we want to go back and traffic in narratives for a moment, bowe has been manipulated into actually taking his craft seriously for exactly one season. todd haley’s depth chart machinations in 2009 finally lit a fire under bowe the following year. in 2010 he led the nfl with 15 td catches.)) even the deep background characters in the chiefs drama aren’t without some intrigue. udfa albert wilson is both a better athlete and posted far superior final season college market share numbers than either kelvin benjamin or sammy watkins. and it ends kim pine: we are sex bob-omb! and we’re here to watch scott pilgrim kick your teeth in! one-two-three-four! the current wide receiver depth chart may not inspire confidence, but it’s still not impossible to see alex smith pulling off an andy dalton in 2014. if you’re a multiple universes fan, one may exist where smith reprises tom brady’s magical 2007 season, perhaps with a little michael cera aka george michael bluth aka scott pilgrim mixed in.   the banana stand participates in the amazon services llc associates program, an affiliate advertising program designed to provide a means for sites to earn commissions by linking to amazon. this means that whenever you purchase something on amazon from a link on the site, i receive a small commission. (the product does not cost you any extra.) this commission helps offset a fraction of the operating costs for the site and is very much appreciated. aaron rodgersalex smithandy daltoncolin kaepernick sports a tale of two carrs may 7, 2014 shawn siegele leave a comment the following is a short guest post by the awesome @2qbff. he will be hosting a live draft party at sportablenfl, so don’t miss that tomorrow. and if you want more on the derek carr enthusiasm … carrbrehetors written by salvatore stefanile int. music city radio hall – night commissioner roger goodell steps to the podium. the draft countdown clock with a houston texans logo hits the :59 second mark. commissioner goodell inches close to the podium microphone. commissioner goodell with the first pick in the 2014 nfl draft… the houston texans select… david carr, quarterback, fresno state. derek carr angrily stares down his agent. a befuddled david carr walks out from the audience. nwo theme music blares. the crowd chants ‘holy shit.’ david reaches out his hand to his brother, but derek storms off. commissioner goodell has no idea what’s going on. texans gm rick smith, owner bob mcnair and head coach bill o’brien await david carr’s arrival to the main stage. the trio hold up a texans d. carr “1” jersey. cut to: espn interview with david carr and the texans organization. espn reporter the first question for you guys, and what everybody at home is probably wondering, wtf? gm rick smith we figured we’d get that type of reaction. (he laughs to himself) but throughout the whole draft process we maintained that we’d do what was best for this organization… (beat) what was best for the team… (beat) and, most importantly, what was best for the fans. and right from the get go we fell in love with david. (beat) all over again, i guess you could say. he didn’t have a bad pro day and his senior year’s 10.0 adjusted passing yards per attempt was third-best in the nation. texans owner bob mcnair interjects himself into the interview. owner bob mcnair it’s a new era. no longer are we tied to having to pay a rookie qb who’s never played a down of professional football $60 million. (beat) instead, we only have to pay them about $25 million, and we can spend the rest on building an offensive line that didn’t allow 76 sacks during david’s first rookie year. espn reporter coach o’brien, how do you feel about the pick? coach bill o’brien (gritting his teeth) you’d be hard-pressed to find a more pro-ready qb than david. and we feel his years of experience in the nfl will be an asset to this organization; both in the long run and the short term. espn reporter but couldn’t you have just signed him for the veteran minimum? gm rick smith we didn’t want to take the risk another team would sign him during the draft. as the interview continues, commissioner goodell can be seen walking to the podium to make the next pick. commissioner goodell we have a trade to announce. the st. louis rams trade the number two overall pick in the 2014 nfl draft to the houston texans for houston’s 2014 second round pick, their first round pick in 2015, and their first round pick in 2016. (beat) the houston texans are now on clock. a houston team representative can be seen off in the distance holding a d. carr “2” jersey. fantasy sports pai mei, zero rb, and the nffc – a 2013 report card december 13, 2013 shawn siegele 10 comments editor’s note: this looks at the banana stand results through the regular season and isn’t updated for the gronk injury, for example. i write a lot of stuff for rotoviz and pro football focus that’s pretty far out of the mainstream. when someone sounds like a crackpot, the most likely explanation is that they are, in fact, a crackpot. i hope that isn’t the case. ideas are valuable in their own right – even if they prove unfounded. most innovations begin with a trial-and-error process that is heavy on the error. but the value of ideas passed off as fact should be judged by whether or not those ideas work. in order to test my ideas, i like to play high stakes fantasy football. if the value of things like the agility score, vision yards, dominator rating, height-adjusted speed score, and zero rb can be found in their application to reality and fantasy pursuits, then the proof should be in the pudding. if the sim scores developed by rotoviz creator frank dupont provide a competitive advantage and the advanced stats generated by pff’s game charters hold a special insight, then someone using those tools ought to be able to produce some decent results. this is my report card. the contest i play high stakes with my brother and banana stand co-owner, tyson siegele. our format of choice is the national fantasy football championship, a contest run by tom kessenich and greg ambrose. nffc innovations include third round reversal, kds draft positions, and the strongest playoff format in the industry. because of the strength of the format, it’s populated by many of the best fantasy football players in the world, including guys like chad schroeder, jared danielson, tom yates, glenn schroter, michael edelman, david hughes, and many, many more. this season we entered 14 main events, four in the classic (the world’s premier 14-team format) and 10 in the primetime. in each individual league, the top three teams advance to the playoffs. if a team finishes with the best record and most points through 13 weeks, that team finishes first and the next two teams in points finish second and third. if two teams split record and points, those teams face a three-week playoff for the title that runs concurrently to the grand prize portion of the contest. the classic has 280 total teams and a $100,000 grand prize. the primetime sports 432 teams and a $150,000 grand prize. it seems vanishingly unlikely that anyone could win both, but, if accomplished, that triggers a $75,000 bonus for a cool $325,000. this is how our teams performed. nffc classic 5 point palm exploding heart technique – most points/best record, no. 3 finish overall qb: jay cutler/josh mccown, ryan tannehill rb: le’veon bell, pierre thomas wr: calvin johnson, alshon jeffery, pierre garcon, jordy nelson te: jimmy graham, charles clay this is one of the two teams i wrote about for rotoviz in zero rb, antifragility, and the myth of value-based drafting. the three top-rated players on my board this season were calvin johnson, jamaal charles, and jimmy graham. my preferred strategy was to pair megatron and graham every time that opportunity presented itself. i wasn’t sure what to make of le’veon bell, especially since he was injured when i drafted him, but i have great faith in my agility score model and he finished as far and away the top runner in  ryan rouillard’s breakthrough running back evaluation model. i felt he represented a steal in the reality draft and a good value once his injury knocked him into the sixth round of fantasy formats. alshon jeffery was the one player i tried to target for every team. it’s worth repeating again. jeffery was the best sec receiver in 2010 despite the presence of a.j. green and julio jones. i’d challenge anyone to check out his stats, watch the video of his second touchdown catch against minnesota, and not admit it’s possible he ends up as the best nfl receiver of the three. continue reading pai mei, zero rb, and the nffc – a 2013 report card → fantasy sports don’t finish 3rd – use rotoviz rb cheat sheet august 16, 2013 shawn siegele 5 comments archer: i forgot you won the olympic gold medal in men’s downhill. gillette: well, ass, it was giant shalom and i only took bronze. archer: so? you lost? gillette: i came in third. archer: which is last. gillette: which is third… archer: last. gillette: in the world. archer: you lost. geeze, get over it. a lot more drafts coming up this weekend. if you haven’t already, i recommend signing up for pff’s going deep. it’s the best game out there. recently a bunch of industry heavyweights participated in a mock draft, and i have the breakdown in true contrarian style. part 1 looks at rounds 1-9, and part 2 examines 10-18. since you have to start 13 players in this format, figuring out a good approach to those late rounds is just as important. going deep is probably best approached with a triple-rb strategy, or rb-rb-rb. if you go after your draft that way, it’s crucial to build in as much safety and upside as possible. yesterday, i used the rotoviz rb custom cheat sheet to project the top 45 runners (rookies excluded). ray rice, alfred morris, and demarco murray appeared to be very underrated options, while adrian peterson’s projection again trailed the rb1 pack. and now a quick reminder of previous content… of course, if you don’t like projections based on what actually happened last year, rotoviz has another solution. they also have a rb sim score lab where you can create your own hypothetical runner.  i recently used this tool to create complete projections for the top 50 runners. part 1 rb1-rb20: in something of a shocker, trent richardson finished no. 1. i’d expect you to immediately move cerberus to the top of your board, but if you check out the article and the methodology, i think you’ll find yourself a lot more willing to use a mid-first round pick on him. (and be excited to pounce if he falls toward the end of the round.) jamaal charles, doug martin, and c.j. spiller all perform very well, while adrian peterson and arian foster struggle a little. part 2 rb21-50: lamar miller leads this group, although he would have placed even higher if i hadn’t broken the players into two groups by current adp. he’s joined near the top by david wilson, or the world turtle, as i like to call him. in this section we see players high profile and contentious players like ryan mathews, chris ivory, and mark ingram. as a quick reminder, my two most popular posts on rotoviz continue to be cecil shorts, stevie johnson, and the 10 most undervalued players, and ryan mathews, jacquizz rodgers, and how to lose a fantasy league in 10 picks. check them out on your way to a title. follow the banana stand on twitter. if you’d like to support the banana stand and simultaneously purchase the service that helped us win the 2013 nffc primetime championship, please subscribe to rotoviz through our site. we receive half of the proceeds and you get the best fantasy information on the planet. alternatively, if you want to support the site by doing something you’re almost certainly going to do anyway, consider making your amazon purchases through our link at the top right. you get exactly the same price, and we make a tiny percentage that could help us keep the site alive. 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