Archive: consistency

2012 Rankings Post-Mortem: Assessing Expert’s Accuracy

7th of January, 2013

The most inherent difficulty in fantasy football has been, is, and always will be the air (or lack thereof) of consistency. Fantasy owners struggle, and have struggled, with finding some kind of accuracy, some sort of fortune-telling ability whether it be of real-football analysts, fantasy-football analysts, statisticians, coaches, psychics, and any other number of sources. […]

Why Rank Doesn’t Equate to Value

21st of July, 2012

We’ve all heard it: “Aaron Rodgers, Tom Brady and Drew Brees should be drafted because they’ve been more consistent than any of the running backs in the NFL over the last few seasons.” Matthew Berry talked to this point in his Draft Day Manifesto, and many others have followed suit. When you see Rodgers, Brady […]

Are Quarterbacks Really More Consistent Than Running Backs?

30th of June, 2012

Plenty has been talked about with position consistencies. In fact, the reason fantasy owners are choosing Aaron Rodgers over elite running backs this year is because they feel he is more likely to produce top positional numbers. Compare that to Ray Rice, Arian Foster or LeSean McCoy, and there’s more of a risk. The fact, […]