Every year there are players who disappoint us. Whether it be the hyped up second-year player who fails to meet expectations or the top 20 dynasty asset who has a lackluster season, players fall in dynasty value every season. The 2019 season was no different. Here, we will leverage the DLF Data Analytics tool to explore the top ten dynasty fallers in the 2019 season.
Often, analysts will point to a change in ADP or rankings as a mark of a value change. This is a good method of evaluation, but it is just the first step. A simple comparison of the ending ADP and the beginning ADP is not enough to get a true value change. For example, a player who fell from ADP 130 to ADP 170 absolutely saw a value decrease, but it is less impactful than a player going from ADP 30 to ADP 60.
The DLF Data Analytics page leverages a player’s ADP and ranking from a previous month and utilizes the DLF Trade Analyzer algorithm to better indicate a player’s true change in value. In the list below, you won’t simply see the players who lost the most ADP spots but rather the players who actually lost the most value. So, without further delay, here is the list of the top ten biggest dynasty fallers from August 2019 to January 2020.