The Same WRs Continue to Finish Top 24 Nearly Every Year

Yearly positional ranking has become the backbone of my preseason analysis for several reasons. It has dynasty and redraft application. It gives a nice snap shot of how a player compares to the rest of the league. Looking at stats by year can be overwhelming whereas the positional ranking simplifies things by using a single number. For example, Randy Moss had 23 TDs in 2007 finishing as the WR1 overall, but regressed to only 7 TDs the following year. Even with this regression Moss still put up a top 12 season finishing as the WR12 in 2008. Simply put, WRs that post one or more Top 24 PPR finish are very likely to do it again. There are noticeable trends here that can be used to exploit ADP.

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By Jacob Rickrode | @ClutchFantasy | Archive