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2010 rankings accuracy results revisited

I've heard from several of you recently who are looking for the results of my 2010 fantasy football expert rankings accuracy contest. For those new to the site, every year I take a look at how accurate the experts' preseason rankings are compared to fantasy performance by season's end, and I crown one site/ranker the most accurate of all. You can find the 2010 results here, but also take a look at my article on the NY Times' Fifth Down blog for more details.

A few of you have also gently reminded me that I need to update my aggregate look at the rankings results so that you have a current multi-year look at who the top sites are (here's a look at last year's aggregate RBs, for example). I really did intend to get this to you in June, but here we are at the end of July already. Pretty standard really. I will do my very best to get this aggregate ranking up for each position by next week, so stay tuned!

Comments

Anonymous said…
When you aggregate this year, can you include the longer participating sites with the rankings for the shorter sites? (for instance, including rotoworld and yahoo's last 3 years with the 3 year guys, and rotoworld, yahoo and kffl's last 2 years with the 2 year guys). Would be very helpful. Thanks!
Anonymous said…
Yay! You're the best. Thanks. Haven't lost yet (with your help).
Anonymous said…
Am I missing the link somewhere? did you finish this?

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