If you’re anything like me, by the time you prepare for your upcoming fantasy football draft, the details of the previous season are a complete fog. After pouring over the season ending stats it slowly starts to come back; however, if you’re solely relying on those season ending stats you aren’t getting the full picture.
How did these players accumulate their season ending stats? Was it a few fluke games, did they get off to a hot start, a strong finish? Most fantasy football leagues are set up in a head-to-head format, which means that if your top player doesn’t show up one week – you better hope that your other players do.
Consistency Rankings are another tool for the draft day tool box that can help answer some of those questions. Over the next few weeks, I will put together articles about week to week consistency among RBs, WRs, and TEs. First let’s kick it off with QBs….
All data for this column came from ProFootballFocus.com and are based on Weeks 1-16. Each QB who playe...