DVOA and why it should be considered for Fantasy
Players can be expected to perform differently depending on the strengths and weaknesses of their defensive opponents. A running back will likely see more touches if he faces a poor run defense or if he plays for a team much better overall than the opponent, which can lead to big leads and a lot of second-half rushing attempts. DVOA is a better metric to evaluate teams than wins and losses or point differential. It is an excellent tool to use to evaluate player schedules before your drafts and to use to evaluate weekly matchups in-season.
Risk Level (Green/Yellow/Red/Blue)
A player's Risk level indicates the likelihood that he will fall short of his listed KUBIAK projection - no matter what the reason. It is not solely a measure of injury risk.
Green represents a low risk of injury or dramatically different performance, yellow represents a medium risk, and red represents a high risk. Blue players are particularly low risk, primarily situational players with a slightly better possibility of a breakout. Each player's risk factor is based on his previous injuries, age, workload, the depth chart at his position, and other variables.
FP Points over Baseline
'FPoints Over Baseline' are projected fantasy points over a positional replacement value. Depending on your league settings, different positions will have different expectations for the productivity of players freely available on the waiver wire. This adjustment estimates how much value a player will bring to your fantasy team and is the foundation of his ranking and recommended auction price.