And yes, before you @ me… creating projections involves formulas for team usage, snap count, targets, etc., etc. That’s going to result in decimal places. While some might think that’s lame because you can’t score a third of a touchdown, it also lets you see the effect of someone formulating to 8.4 touchdowns or 7.6 touchdowns, which would normally both round off to 8.0. That alone is a significant difference. The same goes for the players’ auction values. This is actually quite valuable too, just as with the touchdowns, you can see that you would get nearly a half dollar savings by spending $8 on the $8.4 player versus overpaying on the $7.6 one. Do that with a couple of picks, and you can save a few bucks, which can make a big difference for your team.
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