Fantasy football coherence ratings: 2014-17

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Updated by 2017 Week 1

How coherence ratings work

Using anticipation points dynamic by ESPN’s customary scoring, a charts contained in this mainstay rate players formed on how consistently arguable they have been from a 2014 by 2017 seasons, a camber of 52 weeks’ value of games (17 weeks every in any year from 2014-16, one week in 2017). For IDPs (individual defensive players), a following scoring is used: solo tackle (1), assisted tackle (0.5), pouch (3), interception (3), forced fail (3), fail liberation (3), touchdown (6), reserve (2), pass shielded (1). To reconnoitre we with some of a vernacular and mainstay headers listed in a charts below:

Start%: The player’s “start percentage,” that shows how mostly he warranted your start in an ESPN customary PPR (points per reception) league. This is his series of “Starts” — those tangible next — divided by his series of scheduled group games.

CR: The player’s “consistency rating,” that is distributed as his weekly customary flaw divided by his PPR anticipation points per diversion average. This is meant to brand a players who were many consistently tighten to their weekly averages. The reduce a number, a some-more unchanging a player. Again, lower numbers are better.

nPPR%: The player’s start commission regulating non-PPR scoring, regulating ESPN’s customary scoring settings but any points per reception.

FPTS/G: The player’s normal PPR anticipation points scored per game.

Start: The series of times that a player’s indicate sum in a given week was estimable of carrying had him active in an ESPN customary PPR league.

Stud: The series of times a player’s indicate sum ranked among a tip during his position.

Stiff: The series of times a player’s indicate sum ranked among a misfortune during his position, creation roughly any waiver-wire choice a smarter choice.

These are a benchmarks for what constitutes a “Start,” “Stud” or “Stiff” performance:

Quarterbacks

  • Running backs

  • Wide receivers

  • Tight ends

  • Kickers

  • Team defense/special teams

  • Defensive linemen

  • Linebackers

  • Defensive backs

  • Quarterbacks

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