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Average Fantasy PPG for WR (1 Viewer)

David Yudkin

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For those that put stock in PPG as a key indicator, here are the Top 50 in PPG (0 pts per reception) including all games played over the past 3 years (no minum games played).

1 Torry Holt 13.62

2 Terrell Owens 13.33

3 Randy Moss 12.69

4 Marvin Harrison 12.49

5 Steve Smith 12.12

6 Chad Johnson 12.11

7 Anquan Boldin 11.1

8 Santana Moss 10.53

9 Chris Chambers 10.46

10 Darrell Jackson 10.43

11 Larry Fitzgerald 10.39

12 Javon Walker 10.26

13 Hines Ward 10.21

14 Joe Horn 9.93

15 Derrick Mason 9.65

16 Muhsin Muhammad 9.53

17 Reggie Wayne 9.46

18 T.J. Houshmandzadeh 9.22

19 Keenan McCardell 9.15

20 Roy Williams 9.13

21 Eddie Kennison 9.1

22 Drew Bennett 9.03

23 Rod Smith 9

23 Jimmy Smith 9

25 Isaac Bruce 8.78

26 Donald Driver 8.68

27 Plaxico Burress 8.66

28 Terry Glenn 8.52

29 Joey Galloway 8.39

30 Lee Evans 8.34

31 Jermaine Lewis 8.3

32 Keyshawn Johnson 7.92

33 Andre Johnson 7.86

34 Laveranues Coles 7.82

35 Jerry Porter 7.62

36 Deion Branch 7.47

37 Eric Moulds 7.4

38 David Boston 7.36

39 Donte Stallworth 7.3

40 Brandon Stokley 7.22

41 Braylon Edwards 6.92

42 Amani Toomer 6.84

43 David Givens 6.79

44 Michael Clayton 6.72

45 Ashley Lelie 6.7

46 Justin McCareins 6.44

47 Joe Jurevicius 6.4

48 Antonio Bryant 6.33

49 Bobby Engram 6.13

50 Eric Parker 6.12

 
44 Michael Clayton 6.72

any word on what the heck happen to this guy in 2005. Was it that he never really recovered from his off season injury, or is it that defenders just figured him out and were able to shut him down?

 
does this give players a zero for games they missed, or just not include them in the denominator?

 
does this give players a zero for games they missed, or just not include them in the denominator?
I would say not included, otherwise Walker couldn't be so high, could he?
 
does this give players a zero for games they missed, or just not include them in the denominator?
here are the Top 50 in PPG (0 pts per reception) including all games played over the past 3 years
My guess is, if they didn't play, the game is not included.
 
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I know this is selfish of me but, do you have the numbers on TEs, RBs, and QBs?

God bless you,

Selfish

:popcorn:

 
My favorite ppg analysis is one that focuses on the last six or 8 games played in the most recent season.

See my Stokley pick in '04 Survivor II

See my Walker pick in '04 SOS II

See my Galloway pick in '05 Survivor II

 
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33 Andre Johnson 7.86
Interesting....I'll bet he gets ranked way ahead of 33 again this year.
Any change is good change in Texas...he'll be one of the harder WRs to project for this year. I don't think you can take Rod Smith's numbers and plug them in for Andre. A lot of different variables there.
 
I know this is selfish of me but, do you have the numbers on TEs, RBs, and QBs?

God bless you,

Selfish

:popcorn:
NO, selfish would be if someone asked if he could do this PPR.Anyone want to ask?
1 Torry Holt 20.422 Terrell Owens 19

3 Marvin Harrison 18.2

4 Steve Smith 18.09

5 Chad Johnson 17.99

6 Randy Moss 17.58

6 Anquan Boldin 17.58

8 Larry Fitzgerald 15.72

9 Darrell Jackson 15.51

10 Derrick Mason 15.42

11 Hines Ward 15.4

12 Chris Chambers 15.04

13 Joe Horn 14.95

14 Santana Moss 14.85

15 Javon Walker 14.32

16 T.J. Houshmandzadeh 14.26

17 Reggie Wayne 14.21

18 Muhsin Muhammad 14.12

19 Rod Smith 14.06

20 Keenan McCardell 13.89

21 Jimmy Smith 13.5

22 Isaac Bruce 13.4

22 Donald Driver 13.4

24 Drew Bennett 13.18

25 Eddie Kennison 13.15

26 Laveranues Coles 12.93

27 Roy Williams 12.8

28 Eric Moulds 12.7

29 Plaxico Burress 12.64

30 Andre Johnson 12.48

31 Keyshawn Johnson 12.35

32 Terry Glenn 12.15

33 Joey Galloway 12.05

34 Deion Branch 11.72

35 Jerry Porter 11.62

36 Lee Evans 11.34

37 David Boston 11.25

38 Donte Stallworth 10.86

39 Brandon Stokley 10.76

40 Amani Toomer 10.54

41 Michael Clayton 10.46

42 David Givens 10.43

43 Jermaine Lewis 10.3

44 Braylon Edwards 10.12

45 Antonio Bryant 9.86

46 Bobby Engram 9.82

47 Justin McCareins 9.48

48 Ashley Lelie 9.47

49 Joe Jurevicius 9.44

50 Eric Parker 9.25

 
33 Andre Johnson 7.86
Interesting....I'll bet he gets ranked way ahead of 33 again this year.
Any change is good change in Texas...he'll be one of the harder WRs to project for this year. I don't think you can take Rod Smith's numbers and plug them in for Andre. A lot of different variables there.
Agreed. I don't think anyone will question that he has Top 10 talent, but he was FBG's #7 WR in preseason last year, and I'll bet he is around 15 or so this season....as I said earlier: interesting....
 
I know this is selfish of me but, do you have the numbers on TEs, RBs, and QBs?

God bless you,

Selfish

:popcorn:
NO, selfish would be if someone asked if he could do this PPR.Anyone want to ask?
1 Torry Holt 20.422 Terrell Owens 19

3 Marvin Harrison 18.2

4 Steve Smith 18.09

5 Chad Johnson 17.99

6 Randy Moss 17.58

6 Anquan Boldin 17.58

8 Larry Fitzgerald 15.72

9 Darrell Jackson 15.51

10 Derrick Mason 15.42

11 Hines Ward 15.4

12 Chris Chambers 15.04

13 Joe Horn 14.95

14 Santana Moss 14.85

15 Javon Walker 14.32

16 T.J. Houshmandzadeh 14.26

17 Reggie Wayne 14.21

18 Muhsin Muhammad 14.12

19 Rod Smith 14.06

20 Keenan McCardell 13.89

21 Jimmy Smith 13.5

22 Isaac Bruce 13.4

22 Donald Driver 13.4

24 Drew Bennett 13.18

25 Eddie Kennison 13.15

26 Laveranues Coles 12.93

27 Roy Williams 12.8

28 Eric Moulds 12.7

29 Plaxico Burress 12.64

30 Andre Johnson 12.48

31 Keyshawn Johnson 12.35

32 Terry Glenn 12.15

33 Joey Galloway 12.05

34 Deion Branch 11.72

35 Jerry Porter 11.62

36 Lee Evans 11.34

37 David Boston 11.25

38 Donte Stallworth 10.86

39 Brandon Stokley 10.76

40 Amani Toomer 10.54

41 Michael Clayton 10.46

42 David Givens 10.43

43 Jermaine Lewis 10.3

44 Braylon Edwards 10.12

45 Antonio Bryant 9.86

46 Bobby Engram 9.82

47 Justin McCareins 9.48

48 Ashley Lelie 9.47

49 Joe Jurevicius 9.44

50 Eric Parker 9.25
Thanks.
 
I know this is selfish of me but, do you have the numbers on TEs, RBs, and QBs?

God bless you,

Selfish

:popcorn:
I posted TEs in another thread. I have QB and RB ready to go but the info is on a different computer and will have to wait til tomorrow.
 
I wish there was a way to show their consistency. The above stats are nice to see, but doesn't mean they are consistent, which to me, is VERY important. A player may have a PPR of 19 or so, but that could mean they scored 3 one game, and 32 the next.

Any way we can show consistency of a player? Not sure how, but it would be nice to have.

 
I know this is selfish of me but, do you have the numbers on TEs, RBs, and QBs?

God bless you,

Selfish

:popcorn:
I posted TEs in another thread. I have QB and RB ready to go but the info is on a different computer and will have to wait til tomorrow.
Thank you, David.
 
I know this is selfish of me but, do you have the numbers on TEs, RBs, and QBs?

God bless you,

Selfish

:popcorn:
I posted TEs in another thread. I have QB and RB ready to go but the info is on a different computer and will have to wait til tomorrow.
:stalker:
 
Before people go crazy asking for special requests, I will have articles on all positions and various breakdowns of different criteria. For example, how many times at given scoring parameters.

For example . . .

Rod Smith

47 games played

In PPR Leagues

10+ Points: 33 times

20+ Points: 6 times

30+ Points: 2 times

No PPR Leagues

5+ Points: 36 times

10+ Points: 17 times

15+ Points: 6 times

20+ Points: 1 time

 
Before people go crazy asking for special requests, I will have articles on all positions and various breakdowns of different criteria. For example, how many times at given scoring parameters.

For example . . .

Rod Smith

47 games played

In PPR Leagues

10+ Points: 33 times

20+ Points: 6 times

30+ Points: 2 times

No PPR Leagues

5+ Points: 36 times

10+ Points: 17 times

15+ Points: 6 times

20+ Points: 1 time
:thumbup: I very much look forward to this article.

 
I see these guys all being good value picks next season.

10) D-Jax

12) Walker

18) Houshy

D-Jax and Walker could be top 5 guys next year that you will be able to get for a lot cheaper then the big guys. Houshy goes later on and has an outside shot at top 10 depending on Palmer's injury, and is a consistent player.

 
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Before people go crazy asking for special requests, I will have articles on all positions and various breakdowns of different criteria. For example, how many times at given scoring parameters.

For example . . .

Rod Smith

47 games played

In PPR Leagues

10+ Points: 33 times

20+ Points: 6 times

30+ Points: 2 times

No PPR Leagues

5+ Points: 36 times

10+ Points: 17 times

15+ Points: 6 times

20+ Points: 1 time
That article will be crazy delicious
 
I wish there was a way to show their consistency. The above stats are nice to see, but doesn't mean they are consistent, which to me, is VERY important. A player may have a PPR of 19 or so, but that could mean they scored 3 one game, and 32 the next.

Any way we can show consistency of a player? Not sure how, but it would be nice to have.
Drinen studied this a while back, and it turned out that looking at consistency was a waste of time. Just because a player was consistent in one year doesn't mean he's any more likely to be consistent the next year.
 
I wish there was a way to show their consistency.  The above stats are nice to see, but doesn't mean they are consistent, which to me, is VERY important.  A player may have a PPR of 19 or so, but that could mean they scored 3 one game, and 32 the next.

Any way we can show consistency of a player?  Not sure how, but it would be nice to have.
Sinrman, you should check out this article by Matt Waldman. His concept to grade consistency is called Crank Scores.Giving his 2005 Crank Score Cheatsheet a cursory look, I like the top end of the RBs with Barber up at #3 and J.Jones, McGahee and K.Jones down in the #14 or lower range.

 
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The more I look at this the more I think Boldin and Fitz are ridiculous coupled together. To bad they play in Arizona. If these guys played for the right team they would be huge superstars. Not enough love for these guys.

 

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