27 Sep 2013
The 2013 KUBIAK fantasy football projections midseason update is now available. If you bought the original KUBIAK before the season, you can click on MY FO DOWNLOADS in the upper left corner of the site and download the new version.
Please understand that we don't have anywhere near as much time to prepare these projections compared to the preseason projections. We spend weeks tweaking things in the offseason and preseason; we did these midseason projections in about 24 hours. Receiver totals may be further off from quarterback totals than in the preseason projections. Some lower-rated players may have strange-looking numbers because we didn't have time to clean up all outliers. Also, remember that projections are not based on just the first three games of the season. Just because C.J. Spiller has only gained 3.6 yards per carry in the first three games doesn't mean we are suddenly expecting him to average only 3.6 yards per carry for the season.
Because of all the other things we need to do during the season, we will be unable to answer any questions about specific projections. However, feel free to discuss them here. Also, please let us know if we mistakenly projected players for 13 games who are actually injured; we will want to fix those major mistakes if you find any.
(Ed. Note: Updated as of 5:15 pm EDT with changes in projected games played for Steven Jackson, Nate Burleson, Miles Austin, and Ahmad Bradshaw.)
6 comments, Last at 07 Oct 2013, 9:01pm by Tutenkharnage
Even in what looks like an historically great class of running back prospects, LSU's Leonard Fournette comes out on top. The depth of quality options, though, makes it clear: 2017 is a great year to draft a runner.