Koerner: The Top Fantasy Football Performances of Wednesday’s NFL RedZone Re-Air


Cliff Welch/Icon Sportswire via Getty Images. Pictured: Mike Evans, Chris Godwin

The pandemic-induced marathon of NFL RedZone re-airs offers us the rare chance to collectively reflect on the previous fantasy football season.

In an effort to take full advantage of this opportunity, I’d like to highlight notable fantasy performances to watch for on each day’s broadcast through a comparison of my weekly projections to players’ actual points scored (for half PPR), complete with a “wins added” metric to capture how players contributed (or detracted) from their fantasy teams.

We’re onto Week 3, which you can rewatch on the NFL RedZone network at 8 a.m., 3 p.m. and 10 p.m. ET on Wednesday.

Top Fantasy Performances for Week 3 RedZone Re-Air

Here’s how I calculated wins added:

  • I assumed the following roster requirements in a 12-team league: 1 QB, 2 RB, 3 WR, 1 TE, 1 K, 1 DEF.
  • Each player’s score was compared to the replacement level for each position, and I calculated how much their score would have boosted your win probability if you played them.
How would you rate this article?

Top Offers

Odds Boosts
See More >
Odds boosts are simply regular bets offered at enticing odds. They're available to everyone and there's no limit to how many you can bet.
Sportsbook Reviews
See More >
Discover the best online sports betting sites and take advantage of bonus offers from legal sportsbooks.
Expert Picks
See More >
See what plays the Action Network experts are making for all of today's games.
PRO Membership
See More >
Access betting systems and signals to get daily, actionable picks.
Download the App
See More >
Download the Action app to track all your bets in one place. Exclusive data helped you make smarter betting decisions.
See More >
The best sports betting newsletter with trends, insights and news - condensed in a two-minute read.
Live Odds
See More >
See live odds and the best lines for every game.

Follow Us On Social

Top Stories