Using Three-Year Fantasy Football Consistency Ratings in Drafts
Everyone loves to bet on the sure thing. That holds true even in Fantasy Football, as most owners tend to buy into players that prove year-in and year-out that they are among the league’s best when it comes to production. Now it never hurts to stick your neck out and take a risk on a player that presents upside, but if you surround that player with proven production, your team will be better for it.
Low-risk and high-reward is a draft strategy that can really pay off for you, and using a player’s average is one way to accomplish that. In this article, we look at the Top 20 from the quarterback, running back and wide receiver positions to help separate the players you should or should not be targeting in your drafts. Numbers are courtesy of CBSSports.com.