|2015||57.5%||22 out of 123||59.9%||51.6%||Top 20%|
|2014||58.1%||31 out of 125||60.7%||50.6%||Top 25%|
As discussed during last week’s pod, rankings that are done too early don’t really make much sense. It’s essentially just end-of-year rankings and I’m pretty sure we all know how it turned out. I mean, we were there and stuff. Also, there are these nifty things called “statistics” that give us a numerical value that represents production, which then, in turn, allows us to see how the player’s preformed and a natural rankings occurs. Basically, rankings that are too early end up being much better in theory than in reality, much like your mother. But now that we’re somewhat past the bigger signings of the NFL Free Agency period and moving in to April, we can start to piece this picture together with the NFL draft fast approaching. These rankings will obviously up updated throughout the offseason and into the preseason, but my goal is to offer some early thoughts on what I think of the player pool this upcoming year, and most important, this will stir up some cheap SEO hits. First step in solving a problem is admitting you have one! We’ll begin with Quarterbacks and move onto Running Backs, Wide Receivers, and then Tight Ends (including PPR Rankings), and probably will end it all with a post complaining about why kickers are still a thing in Fantasy Football…Please, blog, may I have some more?