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

How likely is it that any player can last at the top of fantasy football for a long time? We break it down by position.

DeAndre Hopkins

How likely is it that any player can last at the top of fantasy football for a long time? We break it down by position.

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The Legend of the Ten-year Starter: Positional Consistency Across Seasons, Part Three
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Slick M.
2 months ago

excellent takeaways, Tom. This series is well timed as well, as the offseason is when we have time to adjust/strengthen our strategies. Developing and maintaining Depth is key to winning in dynasty. Your research drives this point home.

Ed Geis
2 months ago

I enjoyed it as well, and you’ve been on point with your IDP content.

So how do you identify those with the best chance to do it often? If we take this at face value, and we must due to the numbers not lying, we’re all just taking our best guess as to who will maintain or boost production year to year.
For instance, I purchased J. Jefferson using Jacobs and Golladay because I feel he’s shown the ability to repeat often. That said, I’m no analyst or major statistician, the guy simply passed the eye test more often than not against pro competition. According to this data, I have about a 50/50 chance he repeats next year, much less often. Yikes.

Justin Harding
2 months ago

This information has been so daunting, like a slap in the face of reality. Makes me think to enjoy the seasons where my team has that combination of depth and opportunities that score lots of fantasy points winning lots of matchups and not worry about creating that dynasty. The next year can and will change plus we have that heart wrenching weekly random variable of injuries ruining the fun. Amazing series!

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