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Sunday, Oct 2nd — Early

Sunday, Oct 2nd — Late

Monday, Oct 3rd

- The Anatomy of a Winner – Intro
- Milly Maker Anatomy – Recent Data
- Milly Maker Anatomy – Interpreting the Data
- Milly Maker Anatomy – Field Tendencies and Leverage
- Milly Maker Anatomy – Theoretical Approaches
- Milly Maker Anatomy – Game Plan Generation and Repeatable Habit Patterns
- Milly Maker Anatomy – Concepts In Action

- The winning rosters over the 18-week regular season scored an average of 229.76 fantasy points in 2021.
- Only four times did the winning roster contain a “standard DFS correlation” of a quarterback plus a pass-catcher and one correlation (22.2%).
- The highest occurrence of a single roster construction on winning rosters was a quarterback with a pass-catcher and no correlation (five times, 27.8%).
- Running back was utilized in the FLEX position six of 18 times (33%).
- Tight end was utilized in the FLEX position two of 18 times (11.1%).
- A naked quarterback with no correlation was never utilized on a winning roster.
- Three different roster constructions appeared on the winning roster but never on the optimal roster:
- QB + RB + pass-catcher with no correlation (three times);
- QB + RB + two pass-catchers + correlation (once);
- QB + two pass-catchers + no correlation (three times).

- Only
*once*was a running back ever correlated with his defense on the winning roster (5.5%). - Over-stacks (a quarterback + two pass-catchers) were utilized four times on winning rosters, and only once did it involve a correlation (22.2%, 5.5%).
- Only six of 18 rosters utilized a quarterback priced at $6,000 or below (33.3%).
- 5.75, 6.7, 5.9, 5.8, 5.75, 6.5, 5.85, 5.15, 5.77, 4.57 (!!!), 6.77, 6.7, 4.85, 5.4, 5.8, 5.57, 5.47, 6.05. Those were the average running back salary allocations, in thousands.
- A roster contained one player priced at $7,000 or above on eight separate occasions, by far the most frequent outlier salary allocation.
- Only three times did a running back priced at $7,000 or higher appear on the winning roster, and only once did it contain two backs priced at $7,000 or higher (16.7%).
- The average salary allocated to the tight end position on winning rosters was $4,833.

- The optimal rosters over the 18-week regular season scored an average of 270.05 fantasy points in 2021.
- Only
*once*did the optimal roster contain a “standard DFS correlation” of a quarterback plus a pass-catcher and one correlation (5.5%). - By far the highest occurrence of a single roster construction on optimal rosters was a quarterback with a pass-catcher and no correlation (seven times, 38.9%).
- Running back was utilized in the FLEX position four of 18 times (22.2%).
- Tight end was utilized in the FLEX position two of 18 times (the same two weeks as it was found on the winning roster (11.1%).
- A naked quarterback with no correlation was found on the optimal roster four times (22.2%).
- Three roster constructions were found on the optimal but never on the winning roster:
- Naked QB with no correlation (four times);
- QB + RB + correlation (once)
- QB + pass-catcher + no correlation + defense (once).

- RB correlated with his defense was
*never*part of the optimal roster. - Only once was an over-stack present on the optimal roster, and it involved no correlation (5.5%).
- Seven of 18 optimal rosters contained quarterbacks priced at $6,000 or below (38.9%), with the average quarterback salary allocation amongst optimal roster landing at $6,470. This was down from $6,900 in 2020.
- Average running back salary allocation on optimal rosters: 6.4, 5.75, 5.07, 4.5, 4.7, 4.95, 6.56, 7.95, 5.8, 6.37, 5.9, 5.85, 5.75, 6.35, 6.3, 6.2, 6.8, 5.35.
- Optimal rosters carried only one player priced at $7,000 or above 10 times, again, by far the most frequent outlier salary allocation.
- “Stud’ running backs (priced at $7,000 or higher) appeared in the optimal roster six total times, with only one of those containing two stud backs (33.3%).
- The average salary allocated to the tight-end position on optimal rosters was $4,450.
- Defenses on optimal rosters cost an average of $2,890. 50% of rosters contained defenses priced between $3,000 and $3,600, with 11 of 18 rosters containing defenses priced between $2,700 and $3,600. Only once was a defense above $3,600 optimal. A defense priced at $2,500 or below made an appearance in the optimal roster six total times.