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#1 of 124 for In-Season Overall Accuracy in 2014#1 of 39 for In-Season Overall Accuracy in 2010

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article iconThe Most Accurate Podcast: Decker in Tennessee, Breakout Receivers

In their latest podcast, John Paulsen and Anthony Stalter discuss John's list of top of young wide receivers with breakout potential, which includes Willie Snead and Cameron Meredith. They also...

article icon6 Reasons Jordan Howard Will Not Be a Fantasy Football Bust

Most of the criticism in fantasy football circles for drafting Jordan Howard in 2017 has basically circled back to the same opinion: "The Bears might suck." There has been so...

article iconUsing Red Zone Expected Value to Find 7 Wide Receiver Touchdown Regression Candidates

In this first two parts of this series, I've examined Red Zone Expected Value (Red Zone EV) for quarterbacks and running backs in hopes of uncovering potential touchdown regression candidates....

article iconWhat are the Most Predictable Year-to-Year Stats for Wide Receivers?

This is part three in my four part series on which stats are the "stickiest" from year to year for each position. I have already researched quarterbacks and running backs....

article iconChris Conley, Kenny Golladay & 8 Other June Dynasty Risers

The crew at Dynasty League Football has provided us with a new batch of ADP data, with many players having experienced huge value swings since last month now that the NFL Draft dust...

article iconThe Most Accurate Podcast: Maclin, Decker and RB Committees

Should fantasy owners avoid the Seahawks' running back situation? Will Drew Brees turn Adrian Peterson into a solid receiving threat?...

article iconUsing Red Zone Expected Value to Find 5 Running Back Touchdown Regression Candidates

In Part One of this series, I uncovered six quarterback touchdown regression candidates and re-introduced Red Zone EV, a metric designed to quantify how many points a player should score...

Overall Accuracy (Top 1% = Most Accurate)

Positional Accuracy (2015)

Offense & Team Defense

SeasonOverallQBRBWRTEKDST
201559.2%#4 of 12256%#29 of 12159.3%#19 of 12259.4%#1 of 12268%#1 of 122--
201460.7%#1 of 12459.6%#12 of 12465.1%#2 of 12458.2%#12 of 12161.8%#7 of 124--
201359.6%#16 of 12357.4%#47 of 12360.7%#27 of 12360.1%#7 of 12362.6%#23 of 123--
201262.1%#4 of 8762.9%#4 of 8865.8%#10 of 8860.9%#7 of 8757.2%#18 of 88--
201163.7%#2 of 6769.1%#6 of 6762.9%#15 of 6762.3%#4 of 6763.1%#3 of 6753.4%#20 of 6152.6%#30 of 60
201061.3%#1 of 3962.2%#10 of 3962.8%#3 of 3959.3%#1 of 3960.8%#1 of 39-60%#3 of 33

Overall Accuracy (Top 1% = Most Accurate)

Positional Accuracy (2014)

Offense & Team Defense

SeasonOverallQBRBWRTEKDST
201463.2%#7 of 16666.6%#66 of 16658.7%#46 of 17066.5%#7 of 17063%#18 of 169--
201363.5%#4 of 12848.9%#80 of 13367.4%#1 of 13165.3%#12 of 13268.3%#75 of 131--
201260.1%#58 of 9148.1%#81 of 9264.4%#35 of 9261.5%#50 of 9255.4%#35 of 91--
201168%#11 of 8475.9%#17 of 8764.1%#31 of 8767.4%#56 of 8568.9%#5 of 8535.9%#49 of 6662.2%#34 of 62

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