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The Legend of the Ten-year Starter: Positional Consistency Across Seasons, Part One

We examine which positions are the most and least consistent from year to year in terms of fantasy repeatability.

Travis Kelce

We examine which positions are the most and least consistent from year to year in terms of fantasy repeatability.

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The Legend of the Ten-year Starter: Positional Consistency Across Seasons, Part One
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Paul Rodig
2 months ago

In 2019 Stafford was on fire the 8 games he played and saying he finished 29th is a bit misleading. Injuries happen and can’t be predicted but your article is demonstrating consistency across positions without accounting for injuries. Perhaps Stafford was a bad example or at least address the reason why he “missed” in 2019.

Bmlee100
Reply to  Paul Rodig
2 months ago

I agree and in general this might be a more interesting analysis if it was based on Avg. Points with a minimum games played requirement. If a player misses a few games to injury but is still a top performer that is different then players not meeting expectations.

Slick M.
2 months ago

Good stuff Tom. Speaking of injuries, the #1 reason QBs are most stable is because the league changed the rules to ensure this happens! Call it the Brady rules, as he is certainly an all time great player, but we wouldn’t be talking about him right now (because he would be retired) if this were the 80s or even early 90s. Just ask Montana.

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