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Tracking Dynasty ADP Data

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As you undoubtedly know by now, Ryan McDowell is one of our Senior Writers and best contributors for DLF. His dedication to quality content since he started with us over a year ago has been enjoyed by literally thousands of DLF followers.

This year, Ryan has embarked on a fantastic new project in order to help out those who are drafting in a new dynasty league or attempting to further evaluate their own roster. You’ll now find regularly updated ADP (Average Draft Position) data found within our rankings that you can filter by position – this is sure to tell you just where some of your own players or targets are being taken in drafts.

For more information on this project, be sure to listen to this week’s Podcast where Ryan was a guest.

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Chad Scott
9 years ago

Thanks for putting this all together, Ryan. Not only was it fun to take part in two of the mocks, but the endgame of collecting the data is awesome. Great idea!

Boomer
9 years ago

This is pretty cool. Have to say though you’re on drugs if you think Andrew Luck is less valuable than Dez Bryant or Marshawn Lynch. Much less RG-knee.

Reply to  Boomer
9 years ago

That’s the beauty of ADP data. It isn’t based on one person’s opinion. If the collective set of drafts says Luck is worth less, then that’s how it is. When you disagree with that it’s time to work a trade. You sculpt your team how you want, and the ADP tells you where values might lie.

Reply to  Boomer
9 years ago

Also, these mocks were done before RGIII tore his ACL. I’m guessing the next round will reflect that change.

9 years ago

This data is awesome. It’s going to be SO useful.

Bennie Blades
9 years ago

Very surprised at draft position of RG III. It seems much safer to expect 3-4 more productive seasons out of Brees or Brady and not confident in Griffin being healthy/consistent for several seasons.

Bennie Blades
Reply to  Bennie Blades
9 years ago

I had this same thought prior to the injury situation of RG III as well.

Reply to  Bennie Blades
9 years ago

You think there is a better chance of Brady being a quality fantasy starter as age 40 than Griffin staying healthy the next 4 seasons?

Bennie Blades
Reply to  Ryan McDowell
9 years ago

I guess I tend to play conservative but I will, without hesitation, take the remaining productivity of Bress or Brady over the upside of Griffin hinging on both his health and these offensive trends we are seeing still thriving 3-4 years from now. (pistol offense)

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