Yesterday's Links: What You Missed on 2/9/15

Did you miss out on our content yesterday? Shame on you. Here's what you missed.

Didn't have enough time to catch some of the content and analysis on yesterday? Don't worry -- here's what you missed.

Fantasy Hockey: Changing on the Fly, Volume 15
Need some fantasy hockey advice? Let our own Alex Gutjahr show you who to drop, add and hold in pretend puck.

Is Troy Tulowitzki Worth the Risk in Fantasy Baseball?
Troy Tulowitzki seems to always be hurt, but there's no denying he puts up numbers when he's healthy. With that being said, is he worth the risk in fantasy baseball this year? John Stolnis thinks he might be.

How Scoring Impacts Player Selection in Daily Fantasy Baseball
Both of the big daily fantasy sites have specific, unique scoring when it comes to DFS baseball, and Jim Sannes examines how these scoring variations should impact player -- lineup -- selection.

Which NFL Defensive Schemes Are Most Effective?
Is a 4-3 more effective than a 3-4? Should more teams implement a Cover 2? Joe Redemann uses advanced analytics to look at which defensive schemes in the NFL are best.

NBA Rookies Report: Who's on the Rise?
There's a great group of NBA rookies this season, but which ones are performing best? Let Mike Comerford tell you.

Who Are the Top 5 Freshman in College Basketball?
Jahlil Okafor entered the 2014-2015 college hoops season as the nation's best freshman. As of today, is he still the top first-year player? Brett Oswalt doesn't think so.

Ranking the NFL's Divisions: Was the NFC South Really the Worst in 2014?
The NFC South was terrible from a win-loss record standpoint last year, and the Carolina Panthers won the division with just seven wins. But they weren't the worst division in football, explains yours truly.

Fantasy Basketball: A Dozen Dimes, Volume 15
Russ Peddle brings the heat in his weekly Dozen Dimes feature, looking at which players in fantasy basketball to add, drop and hold.

New Orleans Saints 2014 Season Review: A Story of Disappointment and Frustration
The Saints entered the 2014 season with high hopes. They exited it with their heads down. Sean Wirth tells us what happened.