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  1. The difference is McCaffery is 5'11" / 205; Cohen is 5'6" / 175. Given the injury history of undersized RBs in the modern NFL, it's not a wild stretch to assume McCaffery is more likely to play enough games to hit those milestones than Cohen. This is another case where the league format and rules make all the difference. If this is a standard league with weekly add-drops, I'm fine with Tarik at RB28 - ride the upside for as long as he's healthy, drop him when he gets banged up. But in draft-and-hold formats where you can't replace his (or any) production, that price is too rich for a Sproles-sized #2 back on a likely near-average offense, even in full PPR.
  2. I mean, I get where you're coming from, but it does sound a bit funny from a fan of the team that just 5 months ago made it to the AFC divisional round and still canned their HC. I was both shocked and impressed that the Titans had the stones to do that and if the Browns are ever gonna rip off the band-aid, better now than later.
  3. One year in and this is already my favorite FF league. Can't wait to get rolling for 2018. @Aaron Rudnicki - thanks a ton for setting up the private forum - let's make the most of it.
  4. IMO, most leagues with benches this deep would benefit enormously by increasing their starting lineup requirements. I think the standard 1/2/3/1/1/1 or 1/2/2/1/1/1/1 setups are comically inadequate for all but the largest league sizes. Larger lineups require at least some consideration of top-to-bottom roster depth and forces owners to make tougher decisions about back-of-the-bench guys in-season. Most importantly, it rewards better owners by diminishing the impact of variance and luck on weekly outcomes, in a way that's far less controversial than other means of accomplishing that tend to be.
  5. [soapbox] Dynasty FF (relative to fantasy baseball, at least) already has the problem of too little positional differentiation. Making trades between win-now or rebuilding teams is typically much harder than it should be because everyone is chasing studs or potential studs at the same two (sometimes three, in 2-QB or TE-premium league) positions. Compare that to FBB, where I can craft a separate positional strategy at each of SP, RP, and six different hitter positions. IDP is the obvious answer, but (especially when you get into the spouses-and-kids stage of life) most people don't have the time and patience for that level of research, myself included. I suspect the answer isn't eliminating PKs (which makes the problem worse), but integrating them in a way that distinguishes top talent while also maximizing roster flexibility. For instance, adjusting PK and team DST scoring so that they're roughly equivalent (in most cases, this means increasing PK scoring), then replacing the standard lineup with two (or, depending on league size, maybe even 3) PK/DST flex spots. You probably still won't see people trading away their WR2 to land Gostkowski or Tucker, but at least it would give teams more roster flexibility and new ways to even up potential trades. [/soapbox]
  6. In standard-format 1-TE leagues, I think drafting a Reed/Eifert combo makes a ton of sense. With about four exceptions, most of the TE pool is barely above WW replacement level anyway - why not take two dirt-cheap swings for the fences knowing you've got the wire as a fallback plan? In draft-and-done leagues like FBG's survivors or (whatever they're now calling) MFL10s, he's straight-up poison and I won't touch him with a 10-foot pole.
  7. There is no "enough", at least when it comes to statistical analysis in the NFL. The sample sizes are too small (even given a full career of 16-game seasons, much less after a season or two. which is what we're all after here) ... but, more importantly, the variables aren't nearly independent enough. It doesn't take a sample larger than a few hundred Mike Trout at-bats or Steph Curry 3FG attempts to tease out the signal from the noise and draw the conclusion that they're both among the best of all time at what they do. But Emmitt Smith had 4,409 career carries and reasonable people still debate whether he was one of the GOAT at his position, or an above-average talent carried by an all-time OL. Because baseball and basketball are largely one-on-one duels, but football is an intimately choreographed 22-man ballet. Data are still data, and I think even a season or two's worth of it for a given player allows us to do better than throw up our hands and say "nobody knows nothin'" (for instance, the "talent shows itself early" mantra is strongly supported by historical data, which is why I'm much higher on someone like Smith-Schuster than one season of stats would otherwise allow). But in general I've gotten into more trouble being overconfident in my ability to derive signal out of NFL data than I have missing out by being too underconfident.
  8. What ZWK's TE list tells me is that, more than perhaps at any other time in recent history, it's possible, if you play your cards right, to pay virtually nothing for the position and yet get top-6 production now plus a good shot at top-6 production in the years to come. I've rarely been willing to pay the going rate for peak Gronk / Graham / Witten-level production, but it sometimes made sense when the alternative was paying top-6 TE prices for fundamentally capped names like Walker or Rudolph. But today, for the cost of three TE2s (maybe, what, 12th-16th round startup picks in non-TE premium leagues?), I can snag a trio like Walker / Kittle / Hooper or Walker / ASJ / Everett and cover all my bases - decent current production (Walker), short- to mid-term situational play (Kittle/ASJ), cheap youth with high upside (Hooper/Everett). Meanwhile, you could blow two top-100 picks on a combo of Njoku / Howard and IMO it'd still be a coin flip whether you would get more VBD out of the position in any of the next 1 / 3 / 5 years than I do.
  9. Fair point, but how many 32-year-olds can you say are a near-lock for 75 catches if healthy? The return is high enough, the price low enough (he's going in the WR40 range), and the 49ers' offense likely good enough to make it well worth the risk. He, Fitz, and Crabtree are a no-brainer WR medal stand in this category IMO. As for some other positions: Ryan - his 3.8% TD rate from '17 is as bound for upward regression as his 7.1% rate from '16 was for downward. A screaming post-hype bargain at ~QB16. Rivers - he makes this list for me every. Single. Year. Crowell - hard to believe he's only 25 (insert crack about 'Dawg years' here). Jets brought in little viable competition via FA/draft. Selling for pennies yet could be a 1,000-yard back. Bernard - Downside is 40 catches and 700 YFS. Upside if Mixon underwhelms is a timeshare behind what should be an improved OL. Clay - Bills didn't add much offensive firepower. He'll provide Graham-type stats eight rounds later. Cook - Crabtree's departure leaves a lot of RZ opportunity up for grabs. Ostensibly that'd be Jordy's gig, but I think he's done. Cook could threaten double-digit TDs at a TE20+ price tag.
  10. My immediate thought was that the big names from the recent draft classes have had a staggering run of bad injury luck ... but I ran a quick query as a sanity check. Here are all the WRs taken in the top two rounds from the 2015-17 draft classes (a purely arbitrary representation of what I view as "significant" draft-day cost). The first set of data are their career averages per season. The second set are their career averages per 16 games (so excluding the effects of injury): Year Rd Pos Team Player Rec Yds TD Rec Yds TD 17 1 5 TEN Corey Davis 34 375 0 49 545 0 17 1 7 LAC Mike Williams 11 95 0 18 152 0 17 1 9 CIN John Ross 0 0 0 0 0 0 17 2 37 BUF Zay Jones 27 316 2 29 337 2 17 2 40 CAR Curtis Samuel 15 115 0 27 204 0 17 2 62 PIT JuJu Schuster 58 917 7 66 1048 8 16 1 15 CLE Corey Coleman 28 359 3 47 605 4 16 1 21 HOU Will Fuller 38 529 5 50 705 6 16 1 22 WAS Josh Doctson 19 284 3 33 505 5 16 1 23 MIN L. Treadwell 11 108 0 13 138 0 16 2 40 NYG S. Shepard 62 707 5 73 838 6 16 2 47 NOR Michael Thomas 98 1191 7 101 1229 7 16 2 55 CIN Tyler Boyd 38 414 2 47 510 2 15 1 4 OAK Amari Cooper 68 968 6 71 1010 6 15 1 7 CHI Kevin White 7 64 0 67 618 0 15 1 14 MIA DeVante Parker 46 636 3 52 710 3 15 1 20 PHI Nelson Agholor 40 472 4 44 515 4 15 1 26 BAL B. Perriman 14 192 1 25 341 2 15 1 29 IND Phillip Dorsett 21 316 1 25 370 1 15 2 37 NYJ Devin Smith 3 45 0 11 154 1 15 2 40 TEN D Green-Beckham 23 314 2 35 486 3 AVERAGE 31 401 2 42 525 3 Regardless of which set of data you're looking at, those are some mighty underwhelming production numbers for the draft capital cost - the more so when you consider that the two best performers on this list, Thomas and Smith-Schuster, were two of its three latest picks. The fact that ZWK is now using full-PPR makes this list even less appealing from a fantasy perspective, as a large swath of this group (Ross, Samuel, Fuller, White, Perriman, Dorsett, et al.) were expected to make their bones as downfield home-run hitters. I'd say the bulk of the evidence to date comes down on the side of these guys just not being as good as advertised. Personally, I think names like Williams, Coleman, Doctson, and Shepard make for intriguing dynasty buys, but I wouldn't expect more than one or two long-term hits out of even that subgroup of four.
  11. Came in to say my mother passed away last night so I'm gonna have to bow out this go-around. @BassNBrew - I'll change my franchise name over to Nittany and he can jump in for me if that's OK.
  12. AR15 is going to be an interesting data point. Right now FP has his consensus rank at WR18, which seems reasonable (though that's likely to rise if it looks like he's clicking with Trubisky in TC). I say "interesting" because I think drafting AR is likely to have an asymmetric payoff. Statistically, FA WRs have a habit of underperforming in Year 1 with their new teams, which makes sense - they're learning a new playbook plus the rhythm, timing, and ball placement of a new QB. That's a lot to absorb in a few weeks of on-field practice time. That combined with the Bears' offense (dead last in pass attempts last year) would make him a hard pass for me in a vacuum. But ... this is an entirely new coaching staff and offensive philosophy. That 2017 PA figure doesn't give us much guidance for 2018. Will they rank 28th? 18th? 4th? I think the former is more likely than the latter, but nobody really knows. So, compared to most of the other names in his ADP range (Diggs, Alshon, Fitz, DT, Tate), I see a larger chance he winds up failing to deliver full value, but also a larger chance that he breaks out to finish as a top-5 to 10 WR. TL,DR: I view him as very similar to Josh Gordon - I wouldn't want either as my WR1 but I'd love them as my WR2.
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  15. Back because I have nothing better to do by popular demand, it's the ADPs for all this year's Survivor League drafts! Key: WSL1/WSL2/PDSL = draft position in the two WSLs and the (one) PDSL respectively Avg = ADP for that set of drafts PRk = positional rank among that set of drafts DPChg = change (+ earlier, - later) in overall ADP from WSL -> PDSL ADPs are segregated by position and sorted by most recent survivor ADP. Let me know if you see any issues or errors. QB: PLAYER Pos WSL1 WSL2 Avg PRk PDSL PRk DPChg Rodgers, Aaron GBP QB QB 2.16 3.01 32.5 1 2.09 1 8 Wilson, Russell SEA QB QB 3.15 4.13 54.0 4 4.04 2 2 Watson, Deshaun HOU QB QB 4.07 4.04 53.5 3 4.11 3 -6 Brady, Tom NEP QB QB 4.04 4.10 55.0 5 4.13 4 -6 Garoppolo, Jimmy SFO QB QB 5.11 5.11 75.0 11 4.14 5 13 Wentz, Carson PHI QB QB 4.05 4.09 55.0 5 4.16 6 -9 Brees, Drew NOS QB QB 2.08 5.08 48.0 2 5.02 7 -18 Newton, Cam CAR QB QB 5.03 5.02 66.5 7 5.05 8 -2 Goff, Jared LAR QB QB 5.14 6.03 80.5 14 5.06 9 11 Stafford, Matt DET QB QB 5.04 5.03 67.5 8 5.07 10 -4 Cousins, Kirk MIN QB QB 6.01 5.10 77.5 12 5.10 11 4 Luck, Andrew IND QB QB 7.03 6.10 94.5 21 5.11 12 20 Roethlisberger, Ben PIT QB 5.05 5.13 73.0 9 5.12 13 -3 Mariota, Marcus TEN QB QB 6.10 6.08 89.0 19 5.16 14 9 Rivers, Philip LAC QB QB 5.07 5.12 73.5 10 6.01 15 -7 Mahomes, Patrick KCC QB QB 6.11 5.15 85.0 18 6.02 16 3 Ryan, Matt ATL QB QB 5.16 5.16 80.0 13 6.03 17 -3 Carr, Derek OAK QB QB 6.06 6.02 84.0 17 6.05 18 -1 Winston, Jameis TBB QB QB 6.12 5.05 80.5 14 6.08 19 -8 Prescott, Dak DAL QB QB 6.03 5.14 80.5 14 6.13 20 -13 Keenum, Case DEN QB QB 9.02 7.02 114.0 27 6.14 21 20 Smith, Alex WAS QB QB 6.09 6.13 91.0 20 7.01 22 -6 Trubisky, Mitch CHI QB QB 8.04 7.11 111.5 24 7.02 23 14 Dalton, Andy CIN QB QB 8.02 7.16 113.0 25 7.05 24 12 Flacco, Joe BAL QB QB 8.13 7.06 113.5 26 7.07 25 11 Bortles, Blake JAC QB QB 8.07 8.08 119.5 28 7.10 26 14 Tannehill, Ryan MIA QB QB 7.06 6.14 98.0 22 8.06 27 -20 Taylor, Tyrod CLE QB QB 15.09 10.16 196.5 30 8.08 28 77 Bradford, Sam ARI QB QB 20.11 318.0 38 9.09 29 181 Manning, Eli NYG QB QB 8.05 7.05 109.0 23 9.15 30 -34 McCarron, A.J. BUF QB QB 14.15 9.10 180.5 29 10.09 31 28 Rosen, Josh ROOK QB QB 19.12 12.11 243.5 33 11.02 32 82 Darnold, Sam ROOK QB QB 12.09 16.16 220.5 31 15.13 33 -17 Mayfield, Baker ROOK QB QB 19.01 15.12 262.5 34 16.01 34 21 Jackson, Lamar ROOK QB QB 18.07 300.0 37 16.06 35 54 Allen, Josh ROOK QB QB 11.02 241.5 32 19.05 36 -52 McCown, Josh NYJ QB QB 40 19.15 37 18 Brissett, Jacoby IND QB QB 17.03 290.0 35 Foles, Nick PHI QB QB 17.04 290.5 36 Bridgewater, Ted NYJ QB QB 20.12 318.5 39 RB: PLAYER Pos WSL1 WSL2 Avg PRk PDSL PRk DPChg Gurley, Todd LAR RB RB 1.01 1.01 1.0 1 1.01 1 0 Elliott, Ezekiel DAL RB RB 1.03 1.04 3.5 3 1.02 2 2 Johnson, David ARI RB RB 1.04 1.03 3.5 3 1.03 3 1 Bell, Le'Veon PIT RB RB 1.02 1.02 2.0 2 1.04 4 -2 Cook, Dalvin MIN RB RB 1.07 1.11 9.0 7 1.08 5 1 Kamara, Alvin NOS RB RB 1.06 1.08 7.0 5 1.09 6 -2 Hunt, Kareem KCC RB RB 1.09 1.10 9.5 8 1.10 7 -1 Barkley, Saquon ROOK RB RB 1.11 1.06 8.5 6 1.11 8 -3 McCaffrey, Christia CAR RB 2.04 2.09 22.5 13 1.12 9 11 Gordon, Melvin LAC RB RB 1.10 1.12 11.0 10 1.13 10 -2 Fournette, Leonard JAC RB 1.12 1.07 9.5 8 1.14 11 -4 Freeman, Devonta ATL RB RB 2.11 2.06 24.5 14 2.05 12 4 McCoy, LeSean BUF RB RB 1.15 1.14 14.5 11 2.10 13 -12 Mixon, Joe CIN RB RB 2.06 2.13 25.5 15 2.11 14 -1 Ingram, Mark NOS RB RB 2.09 1.16 20.5 12 2.12 15 -8 McKinnon, Jerick SFO RB RB 7.08 8.14 115.0 33 3.04 16 79 Hyde, Carlos CLE RB RB 3.13 3.09 43.0 18 3.05 17 6 Howard, Jordan CHI RB RB 3.03 2.12 31.5 16 3.09 18 -9 Guice, Derrius ROOK RB RB 3.14 3.07 42.5 17 4.01 19 -6 Drake, Kenyan MIA RB RB 3.16 4.12 54.0 20 4.03 20 3 Henry, Derrick TEN RB RB 3.12 3.12 44.0 19 4.06 21 -10 Michel, Sony ROOK RB RB 6.13 7.14 101.5 29 4.09 22 45 Ajayi, Jay PHI RB RB 4.12 4.01 54.5 21 4.10 23 -3 Collins, Alex BAL RB RB 3.09 6.05 63.0 22 5.01 24 -2 Chubb, Nick ROOK RB RB 8.01 8.04 114.5 32 5.13 25 38 Lewis, Dion TEN RB RB 5.10 6.04 79.0 24 6.04 26 -5 Jones, Ronald ROOK RB RB 9.05 6.11 112.0 31 6.07 27 25 Penny, Rashaad ROOK RB RB 11.08 12.09 176.5 51 6.15 28 82 Coleman, Tevin ATL RB RB 5.13 6.06 81.5 25 7.03 29 -18 Johnson, Duke CLE RB RB 5.01 5.09 69.0 23 7.15 30 -42 Anderson, C.J. FA RB RB 5.15 6.07 83.0 26 8.01 31 -30 Miller, Lamar HOU RB RB 5.02 7.13 87.5 27 8.09 32 -34 Jones, Aaron GBP RB RB 11.16 9.07 155.5 46 8.13 33 30 Crowell, Isaiah NYJ RB RB 7.14 10.13 133.5 38 8.15 34 7 Thompson, Chris WAS RB RB 7.16 6.15 103.5 30 8.16 35 -25 Cohen, Tarik CHI RB RB 7.02 6.16 97.0 28 9.03 36 -34 Williams, Jamaal GBP RB RB 8.10 11.02 142.0 40 9.05 37 9 Lynch, Marshawn OAK RB RB 9.12 7.15 125.5 36 9.06 38 -9 Burkhead, Rex NEP RB RB 10.02 10.02 146.0 41 9.10 39 8 Johnson, Kerryon ROOK RB 10.15 10.03 153.0 44 9.13 40 12 White, James NEP RB RB 9.08 8.02 125.0 35 9.14 41 -17 Bernard, Giovani CIN RB RB 11.14 10.11 164.5 47 9.16 42 21 Freeman, Royce ROOK RB RB 18.10 16.11 266.5 69 10.01 43 122 Carson, Chris SEA RB RB 8.16 9.03 129.5 37 10.02 44 -17 Booker, Devontae DEN RB RB 11.11 12.02 174.5 50 10.05 45 25 Montgomery, Ty GBP RB RB 12.12 11.09 178.5 52 10.10 46 25 Riddick, Theo DET RB RB 13.04 12.06 189.0 56 11.06 47 23 Perine, Samaje WAS RB RB 8.14 8.01 119.5 34 11.09 48 -50 Powell, Bilal NYJ RB RB 9.07 11.12 153.5 45 11.10 49 -17 Foreman, D'Onta HOU RB RB 9.15 10.15 151.0 43 11.12 50 -21 Blount, LeGarrette DET RB 15.06 18.06 254.0 65 11.15 51 79 Barber, Peyton TBB RB RB 10.11 13.13 180.0 54 12.03 52 1 Mack, Marlon IND RB RB 14.14 11.10 196.0 57 12.12 53 8 Kelly, John ROOK RB RB 14.03 266.0 67 13.04 54 70 Martin, Doug OAK RB RB 17.14 11.16 223.0 60 13.07 55 24 Ekeler, Austin LAC RB RB 12.07 15.05 206.0 59 14.02 56 -4 Clement, Corey PHI RB RB 9.10 11.01 149.5 42 14.06 57 -65 Murray, Latavius MIN RB RB 10.08 12.07 167.5 49 14.14 58 -55 Hill, Jeremy NEP RB RB 18.01 18.08 276.5 72 14.15 59 54 Breida, Matt SFO RB RB 16.16 13.07 227.5 61 14.16 60 4 Dixon, Kenneth BAL RB RB 11.13 14.13 197.0 58 15.06 61 -33 Conner, James PIT RB RB 17.10 16.12 259.0 66 15.08 62 27 Abdullah, Ameer DET RB RB 14.10 10.08 185.0 55 15.09 63 -48 Gallman, Wayne NYG RB RB 11.09 12.13 179.0 53 15.11 64 -56 Allen, Javorius BAL RB RB 19.15 312.0 84 15.15 65 73 Yeldon, T.J. JAC RB RB 17.01 16.06 251.5 64 16.11 66 1 Walton, Mark ROOK RB RB 11.14 247.5 62 16.13 67 -5 Ballage, Kalan ROOK RB RB 16.09 16.09 249.0 63 16.15 68 -6 Gore, Frank IND RB RB 17.12 294.5 77 17.09 69 30 Murray, DeMarco TEN RB RB 8.12 10.12 140.0 39 17.13 70 -129 Prosise, C.J. SEA RB RB 15.07 19.13 266.0 67 17.14 71 -4 Ware, Spencer KCC RB RB 16.12 20.10 283.0 74 19.01 72 -6 Davis, Mike SEA RB RB 17.09 18.15 276.0 71 19.07 73 -19 Henderson, De'A DEN RB RB 20.06 17.15 290.5 76 19.08 74 -5 Gillislee, Mike NEP RB RB 19.15 15.06 266.5 69 20.05 75 -43 Hines, Nyheim ROOK RB RB 19.01 305.0 82 20.06 76 -5 Grant, Corey JAC RB RB 17.13 295.0 78 20.07 77 -16 Ivory, Chris BUF RB RB 91 20.12 78 5 Williams, Joe SFO RB RB 9.11 13.01 166.0 48 Scarborough, Bo ROOK RB RB 16.01 281.0 73 Stewart, Jonathan NYG RB 16.11 286.0 75 McGuire, Elijah NYJ RB RB 19.04 19.12 296.0 79 Smith, Rod DAL RB RB 20.14 18.14 302.0 80 Woodhead, Danny BAL RB RB 18.13 303.0 81 Wadley, Akrum ROOK RB RB 19.08 308.5 83 Vereen, Shane NYG RB RB 19.14 311.5 84 Logan, T.J. ARI RB RB 20.01 313.0 85 Ham, C.J. MIN RB RB 20.01 313.0 85 Brown, Malcolm LAR RB RB 20.16 20.08 316.0 85 McKissic, J.D. SEA RB RB 20.12 318.5 85 Rodgers, Jacquizz TBB RB 20.15 320.0 85 WR: PLAYER Pos WSL1 WSL2 Avg PRk PDSL PRk DPChg Brown, Antonio PIT WR WR 1.05 1.05 5.0 1 1.05 1 0 Hopkins, DeAndre HOU WR WR 1.08 1.09 8.5 2 1.06 2 3 Beckham, Odell NYG WR WR 1.13 1.13 13.0 3 1.07 3 6 Thomas, Michael NOS WR WR 2.01 2.04 18.5 4 1.16 4 3 Jones, Julio ATL WR WR 2.03 2.05 20.0 5 2.01 5 3 Evans, Mike TBB WR WR 2.05 2.11 24.0 8 2.04 6 4 Green, A.J. CIN WR WR 2.02 2.10 22.0 7 2.06 7 0 Allen, Keenan LAC WR WR 2.12 2.07 25.5 9 2.07 8 3 Adams, Davante GBP WR WR 2.10 2.01 21.5 6 2.08 9 -3 Hill, Tyreek KCC WR WR 2.15 2.08 27.5 10 2.14 10 -3 Cooper, Amari OAK WR WR 3.07 3.03 37.0 15 2.15 11 6 Thielen, Adam MIN WR WR 2.14 2.15 30.5 11 2.16 12 -2 Baldwin, Doug SEA WR WR 3.04 2.14 33.0 12 3.01 13 0 Diggs, Stefon MIN WR WR 4.03 3.15 49.0 21 3.03 14 14 Hilton, T.Y. IND WR WR 4.01 4.08 52.5 22 3.07 15 14 Cooks, Brandin LAR WR WR 3.08 3.04 38.0 16 3.08 16 -2 Robinson, Allen CHI WR WR 3.11 3.11 43.0 18 3.11 17 0 Gordon, Josh CLE WR WR 3.06 3.13 41.5 17 3.14 18 -5 Jeffery, Alshon PHI WR WR 2.13 3.08 34.5 13 3.15 19 -13 Fitzgerald, Larry ARI WR 4.16 3.14 55.0 24 4.02 20 5 Davis, Corey TEN WR WR 5.12 4.16 70.0 29 4.05 21 17 Landry, Jarvis CLE WR WR 3.05 2.16 34.5 13 4.07 22 -21 Smith-Schuster,JuJu PIT WR 4.06 4.14 58.0 26 4.08 23 2 Thomas, Demaryius DEN WR 3.10 4.05 47.5 20 4.12 24 -13 Tate, Golden DET WR WR 4.08 4.11 57.5 25 4.15 25 -6 Jones, Marvin DET WR WR 4.14 5.01 63.5 27 5.04 26 -5 Woods, Robert LAR WR WR 6.16 4.15 79.5 31 5.08 27 8 Bryant, Dez FA WR WR 4.02 3.10 46.0 19 5.14 28 -32 Watkins, Sammy KCC WR WR 6.08 5.06 79.0 30 5.15 29 0 Parker, DeVante MIA WR WR 7.11 7.08 105.5 41 6.09 30 17 Crabtree, Michael BAL WR 5.09 7.04 86.5 32 6.11 31 -5 Funchess, Devin CAR WR WR 4.15 5.04 65.5 28 6.12 32 -27 Kupp, Cooper LAR WR WR 6.14 6.01 87.5 33 7.04 33 -13 Edelman, Julian NEP WR WR 6.07 7.03 93.0 36 7.06 34 -9 Agholor, Nelson PHI WR WR 5.08 7.09 88.5 34 7.12 35 -20 Nelson, Jordy OAK WR WR 4.11 4.02 54.5 23 7.13 36 -55 Garcon, Pierre SFO WR WR 6.04 8.06 101.0 38 7.16 37 -11 Sanders, Emmanuel DEN WR 6.15 7.12 101.5 39 8.02 38 -12 Crowder, Jamison WAS WR WR 6.02 7.07 92.5 35 8.03 39 -22 Fuller, Will HOU WR WR 7.07 7.10 104.5 40 8.04 40 -11 Anderson, Robby NYJ WR WR 7.01 6.12 94.5 37 8.05 41 -23 Goodwin, Marquise SFO WR 7.10 8.09 113.5 44 8.07 42 -6 Benjamin, Kelvin BUF WR WR 7.04 8.07 109.5 42 8.10 43 -13 Coleman, Corey CLE WR WR 8.03 8.11 119.0 45 8.14 44 -7 Hogan, Chris NEP WR WR 9.01 9.15 136.0 51 9.01 45 7 Cobb, Randall GBP WR WR 10.03 10.05 148.0 57 9.02 46 18 Meredith, Cameron NO WR WR 9.13 9.05 137.0 53 9.04 47 5 Ridley, Calvin ROOK WR WR 7.12 8.03 111.5 43 9.07 48 -24 Shepard, Sterling NYG WR 8.15 8.10 124.5 47 9.08 49 -12 Doctson, Josh WAS WR WR 8.11 9.02 126.5 49 9.11 50 -13 Stills, Kenny MIA WR WR 9.16 9.08 140.0 54 9.12 51 0 Matthews, Jordan NEP WR WR 15.02 13.05 211.5 72 10.03 52 65 Bryant, Martavis PIT WR WR 7.09 9.11 122.0 46 10.04 53 -26 Sanu, Mohamed ATL WR WR 9.06 8.15 130.5 50 10.07 54 -21 Lee, Marqise JAC WR WR 10.12 12.03 167.5 64 10.08 55 15 Jackson, DeSean TBB WR WR 10.16 11.06 163.0 63 10.11 56 8 Ginn Jr., Ted NOS WR WR 10.06 10.09 151.5 58 10.13 57 -6 Golladay, Kenny DET WR WR 10.04 9.14 145.0 55 10.14 58 -13 Moncrief, Donte JAC WR WR 11.04 9.16 154.0 61 10.15 59 -5 Richardson, Paul WAS WR WR 8.09 9.01 125.0 48 11.01 60 -36 Lockett, Tyler SEA WR WR 13.06 12.15 194.5 70 11.04 61 31 Williams, Mike LAC WR WR 10.10 10.07 152.5 59 11.05 62 -13 Moore, D.J. ROOK WR WR 17.07 292.0 92 11.07 63 125 Westbrook, Dede JAC WR WR 10.05 8.12 136.5 52 11.08 64 -32 Godwin, Chris TBB WR WR 10.01 10.06 147.5 56 11.11 65 -23 Enunwa, Quincy NYJ WR WR 10.07 11.04 157.5 62 11.13 66 -16 Sutton, Courtland ROOK WR 10.09 14.09 185.0 68 11.16 67 9 Wallace, Mike PHI WR WR 11.15 14.04 193.5 69 12.01 68 17 Hurns, Allen DAL WR WR 17.06 14.02 236.0 78 12.02 69 58 Matthews, Rishard TEN WR 9.03 11.15 153.0 60 12.04 70 -27 Cole, Keelan JAC WR WR 12.05 11.07 174.0 65 12.06 71 -8 Kirk, Christian ROOK WR WR 18.09 16.14 267.5 84 12.07 72 85 Samuel, Curtis CAR WR WR 16.07 17.01 252.0 80 13.03 73 57 Mitchell, Malcolm NEP WR 112 14.05 74 108 Pryor, Terrelle NYJ WR WR 12.03 12.01 178.0 66 14.11 75 -41 Jones, Zay BUF WR WR 12.01 12.10 181.5 67 15.01 76 -44 Brown, John BAL WR WR 16.13 20.05 281.0 86 15.02 77 55 Williams, Tyrell LAC WR WR 12.16 15.04 210.0 71 15.05 78 -19 Washington, James ROOK WR 15.13 13.06 217.5 76 15.10 79 -16 Taylor, Trent SFO WR WR 19.03 16.02 266.5 83 16.02 80 25 Smith, Torrey CAR WR WR 18.07 20.04 293.5 93 16.03 81 50 Ross, John CIN WR WR 14.04 14.16 218.0 77 16.05 82 -27 St. Brown, Equanim ROOK WR 18.05 19.07 286.0 89 17.01 83 29 Boyd, Tyler CIN WR WR 18.01 297.0 96 17.03 84 38 Miller, Anthony ROOK WR WR 17.05 291.0 91 17.04 85 31 Decker, Eric TEN WR WR 16.10 12.05 215.5 74 17.08 86 -48 Allison, Geronimo GBP WR 18.08 19.03 285.5 88 18.03 87 10 Beasley, Cole DAL WR WR 20.03 314.0 107 18.08 88 34 Snead, Willie NOS WR WR 17.15 16.13 262.0 82 18.09 89 -19 Humphries, Adam TBB WR WR 17.05 18.12 272.5 85 18.10 90 -10 Gabriel, Taylor CHI WR WR 20.02 313.5 106 18.11 91 31 Amendola, Danny MIA WR WR 12.08 16.04 214.0 73 18.12 92 -70 White, Kevin CHI WR WR 15.11 17.09 250.0 79 19.12 93 -50 Wilson, Albert MIA WR WR 19.13 17.13 285.0 87 19.13 94 -16 Grant, Ryan WAS WR WR 19.16 312.5 105 19.16 95 9 Wright, Kendall MIN WR WR 17.14 295.5 94 20.01 96 -10 Williams, Terrance DAL WR 112 20.03 97 14 Kearse, Jermaine NYJ WR WR 13.03 15.15 217.0 75 20.04 98 -91 Taylor, Taywan TEN WR WR 19.11 310.0 103 20.08 99 -2 Stewart, ArDarius NYJ WR 112 20.10 100 7 Nelson, J.J. ARI WR WR 19.05 307.0 99 20.11 101 -8 Pettis, Dante ROOK WR WR 16.15 288.0 90 20.13 102 -29 McEvoy, Tanner SEA WR WR 112 20.15 103 2 Butler, Brice ARI WR WR 112 20.16 104 1 Maclin, Jeremy FA WR WR 17.07 16.05 254.0 81 Austin, Tavon LAR WR WR 17.16 296.5 95 Tate, Auden ROOK WR WR 19.02 19.16 297.0 96 Benjamin, Travis LAC WR WR 20.10 19.10 306.0 98 Clark, D.J. ROOK WR WR 19.08 308.5 100 Marshall, Brandon NYG WR 19.11 20.15 309.0 101 Aiken, Kamar IND WR WR 19.09 309.0 101 Henderson, Carlos DEN WR 19.14 311.5 104 Lasley, Jordan ROOK WR WR 20.03 314.0 107 Reynolds, Josh LAR WR WR 20.06 315.5 108 Hollins, Mack PHI WR WR 20.13 20.13 317.0 108 Robinson, Demarcus KCC WR 20.11 318.0 108 TE: PLAYER Pos WSL1 WSL2 Avg PRk PDSL PRk DPChg Kelce, Travis KCC TE TE 1.16 1.15 15.5 1 1.15 1 1 Gronkowski, Rob NEP TE TE 1.14 2.02 16.0 2 2.02 2 -2 Ertz, Zach PHI TE TE 2.07 2.03 21.0 3 2.03 3 2 Engram, Evan NYG TE TE 3.02 3.05 35.5 5 2.13 4 7 Henry, Hunter LAC TE TE 4.13 3.06 49.5 6 3.02 5 16 Olsen, Greg CAR TE TE 3.01 3.02 33.5 4 3.06 6 -5 Doyle, Jack IND TE TE 6.05 5.07 78.0 10 3.10 7 36 Rudolph, Kyle MIN TE TE 5.06 4.07 62.5 9 3.12 8 19 Graham, Jimmy GBP TE TE 4.10 4.06 56.0 8 3.13 9 11 Walker, Delanie TEN TE TE 4.09 4.03 54.0 7 3.16 10 6 Njoku, David CLE TE TE 7.15 7.01 104.0 13 5.03 11 37 Howard, O.J. TBB TE TE 7.13 3.16 78.5 11 5.09 12 6 Reed, Jordan WAS TE TE 8.08 8.05 118.5 14 6.06 13 33 Kittle, George SFO TE TE 8.06 8.13 121.5 15 6.10 14 32 Burton, Trey CHI TE TE 15.08 11.11 201.5 29 6.16 15 106 Ebron, Eric IND TE TE 7.05 6.09 95.0 12 7.08 16 -9 Seferian-J, Austin JAC TE 11.10 9.09 153.5 20 7.09 17 49 Hooper, Austin ATL TE TE 9.04 8.16 130.0 16 7.11 18 23 Eifert, Tyler CIN TE TE 9.14 9.04 137.0 17 7.14 19 27 Witten, Jason DAL TE TE 11.01 9.06 147.5 18 8.11 20 25 Brate, Cameron TBB TE TE 11.03 9.13 152.0 19 8.12 21 28 Clay, Charles BUF TE TE 10.14 10.10 156.0 24 10.12 22 0 Cook, Jared OAK TE TE 11.07 9.12 153.5 20 10.16 23 -7 Butt, Jake DEN TE TE 16.05 17.02 251.5 33 11.03 24 89 McDonald, Vance PIT TE TE 9.09 11.13 155.0 22 11.14 25 -19 Gesicki, Mike FA TE TE 45 12.05 26 140 Everett, Gerald LAR TE TE 11.12 11.08 170.0 26 12.08 27 -14 Shaheen, Adam CHI TE TE 11.05 10.01 155.0 22 12.09 28 -30 Goedert, Dallas ROOK TE TE 12.06 20.09 247.5 31 12.10 29 62 Hurst, Hayden ROOK TE TE 20.14 319.5 42 12.13 30 131 Andrews, Mark ROOK TE TE 18.06 14.14 250.0 32 12.15 31 59 Watson, Ben NOS TE TE 45 12.16 32 129 Seals-Jones, Ricky TE TE 19.06 17.03 276.5 34 14.01 33 68 Davis, Vernon WAS TE TE 12.04 11.03 171.5 27 16.12 34 -81 James, Jesse PIT TE TE 12.15 11.05 178.0 28 17.10 35 -88 Willson, Luke DET TE TE 45 18.06 36 43 Kroft, Tyler CIN TE TE 11.06 10.04 157.0 25 18.07 37 -122 Smith, Jonnu TEN TE TE 19.10 18.13 291.5 38 18.14 38 5 Roberts, Michael DET TE TE 45 19.02 39 31 Vannett, Nick SEA TE TE 45 20.14 40 3 Fleener, Coby NOS TE TE 20.04 12.08 246.0 30 Lewis, Marcedes JAC TE TE 15.10 277.5 35 Hill, Josh NOS TE TE 15.15 280.0 36 Celek, Garrett SFO TE TE 16.02 281.5 37 Gathers, Rico DAL TE TE 18.03 298.0 39 Bennett, Martellus NEP TE 18.14 303.5 40 Anderson, Stephen HOU TE 19.09 309.0 41 Thomas, Julius MIA TE TE 20.07 316.0 42 Hoomanawanui, M NOS TE TE 20.09 317.0 43 PK: PLAYER Pos WSL1 WSL2 Avg PRk PDSL PRk DPChg Zuerlein, Greg LAR PK PK 12.13 12.14 189.5 3 12.14 1 -1 Tucker, Justin BAL PK PK 12.14 12.16 191.0 4 13.01 2 -2 Gostkowski, Stephen NEP PK 12.10 12.04 183.0 1 13.02 3 -11 Butker, Harrison KCC PK PK 12.11 12.12 187.5 2 13.05 4 -10 Lutz, Wil NOS PK PK 13.08 13.02 197.0 6 13.06 5 -1 Elliott, Jake PHI PK PK 13.14 13.16 207.0 12 13.08 6 7 Boswell, Chris PIT PK PK 13.05 13.12 200.5 9 13.09 7 -1 Prater, Matt DET PK PK 13.13 13.10 203.5 10 13.10 8 2 Crosby, Mason GBP PK PK 13.02 13.04 195.0 5 13.11 9 -8 Forbath, Kai MIN PK PK 13.15 14.07 211.0 15 13.12 10 7 Bailey, Dan DAL PK PK 14.05 13.08 206.5 11 13.13 11 1 Gano, Graham CAR PK PK 13.12 14.06 209.0 13 13.14 12 3 Bryant, Matt ATL PK PK 13.11 13.03 199.0 7 13.15 13 -8 Lambo, Josh JAC PK PK 14.03 14.05 212.0 16 13.16 14 4 McManus, Brandon DEN PK 14.01 14.11 214.0 17 14.04 15 2 Gould, Robbie SFO PK PK 13.01 13.15 200.0 8 14.10 16 -18 Vinatieri, Adam IND PK PK 14.02 15.08 221.0 21 14.13 17 0 Fairbairn, Ka'imi HOU PK 14.08 268.5 25 15.03 18 42 Catanzaro, Chandler NYJ PK 17.02 289.5 28 15.04 19 62 Tavecchio, Giorgio OAK PK 14.12 14.10 219.0 19 15.07 20 -12 Succop, Ryan TEN PK PK 14.07 13.14 210.5 14 15.12 21 -25 Janikowski, Seb OAK PK PK 32 15.16 22 81 Hauschka, Steven BUF PK PK 13.16 15.09 220.5 20 16.07 23 -27 Parkey, Cody CHI PK PK 15.14 279.5 27 16.08 24 32 Aguayo, Roberto LAC PK PK 32 16.09 25 72 Hopkins, Dustin WAS PK PK 15.01 19.05 259.0 24 17.11 26 -8 Dawson, Phil ARI PK PK 14.06 14.15 218.5 18 19.06 27 -75 Bullock, Randy CIN PK PK 14.13 16.10 235.5 23 19.14 28 -66 Gonzalez, Zane CLE PK PK 20.16 320.5 30 20.02 29 15 Walsh, Blair SEA PK PK 14.08 15.11 225.5 22 Murray, Patrick TBB PK PK 15.10 277.5 26 Carlson, Daniel ROOK PK PK 19.06 307.5 29 Sturgis, Caleb PHI PK PK 20.08 316.5 30 DST: PLAYER Pos WSL1 WSL2 Avg PRk PDSL PRk DPChg Rams, Los Angeles LAR Def Def 13.09 13.11 202.0 4 10.06 1 52 Jaguars, Jacksonville JAC Def Def 10.13 10.14 157.5 1 12.11 2 -29 Vikings, Minnesota MIN Def Def 12.02 14.12 199.0 2 14.03 3 -12 Eagles, Philadelphia PHI Def Def 13.07 13.09 200.0 3 14.07 4 -15 Texans, Houston HOU Def Def 15.12 15.02 231.0 10 14.08 5 15 Broncos, Denver DEN Def Def 13.10 15.13 219.5 6 14.09 6 3 Chargers, Los Angeles LAC Def Def 14.09 15.01 221.0 7 14.12 7 1 Steelers, Pittsburgh PIT Def Def 14.16 15.07 227.5 8 15.14 8 -11 Ravens, Baltimore BAL Def Def 14.11 14.01 214.0 5 16.04 9 -30 Saints, New Orleans NOS Def Def 16.03 17.04 251.5 15 16.10 10 1 Lions, Detroit DET Def Def 15.05 17.08 246.5 14 16.14 11 -8 Panthers, Carolina CAR Def Def 15.14 15.16 239.0 12 16.16 12 -17 Buccaneers, Tampa Bay TBB Def Def 18.16 18.16 288.0 29 17.02 13 30 Seahawks, Seattle SEA Def Def 15.04 15.03 227.5 8 17.05 14 -34 Chiefs, Kansas City KCC Def Def 15.03 16.03 235.0 11 17.06 15 -27 Giants, New York NYG Def Def 17.11 18.04 271.5 23 17.07 16 8 49ers, San Francisco SFO Def Def 18.11 17.16 277.5 24 17.12 17 9 Patriots, New England NEP Def Def 15.16 16.08 244.0 13 17.15 18 -27 Bears, Chicago CHI Def Def 16.14 17.10 260.0 18 17.16 19 -12 Raiders, Oakland OAK Def Def 17.08 17.06 263.0 21 18.01 20 -10 Cardinals, Arizona ARI Def Def 16.04 17.12 256.0 17 18.02 21 -18 Browns, Cleveland CLE Def Def 20.05 18.11 296.0 31 18.04 22 20 Falcons, Atlanta ATL Def Def 16.08 18.02 261.0 20 18.05 23 -16 Packers, Green Bay GBP Def Def 18.15 18.05 282.0 28 18.13 24 -3 Bengals, Cincinnati CIN Def Def 18.02 18.10 278.0 25 18.15 25 -9 Titans, Tennessee TEN Def Def 16.06 18.03 260.5 19 18.16 26 -28 Bills, Buffalo BUF Def Def 16.01 17.11 254.0 16 19.03 27 -37 Cowboys, Dallas DAL Def Def 19.07 16.07 271.0 22 19.04 28 -21 Redskins, Washington WAS Def Def 18.04 18.09 278.5 26 19.09 29 -19 Jets, New York NYJ Def Def 16.15 20.02 280.5 27 19.10 30 -18 Colts, Indianapolis IND Def Def 20.07 19.02 300.5 32 19.11 31 2 Dolphins, Miami MIA Def Def 18.12 19.04 288.0 29 20.09 32 -25