In the below table, you will find PrizePicks’ Fantasy Pick ‘Em lines. On Saturdays by 2pm ET, we will add in our projections so you can compare. The table will update continuously.
Some tips for using the table below:
- Our mean projection is our average expectation for a stat category based on our projected volume and efficiency for the player. These are the same expectations that feed our fantasy point projections. Our mean projections serve as an initial guide, but please keep in mind a player’s median projection, what we’d expect them to achieve 50% of the time, is more applicable here. In general, a player’s median outcome is lower than our mean projections due to a combination of how player distributions work and outcomes that are a bit less predictable (like an in game injury).
- The two difference columns are there for ease of sorting and organizing the table. However, they aren’t by themselves indications of strength of a play. For example, a player who projects for 8 yards and has an Prizepicks stat of 5 yards will have a percentage difference of 60%, but there’s a lot of volatility there. Another player may have a yardage projection of 250 yards and a Prizepicks stat of 200 yards. The percentage difference is far less, but the latter would be a better “above” selection than the former.
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