This is the seventh year of this column, the purpose of which is to share some of my observations of the NFL from the perspective of an industry analyst, fan, fantasy owner, sports bettor and survivor player, not necessarily in that order. It's my suspicion that a fair number of you are similar to me in that your interest in the game isn't limited to any one of those facets, and so pretty much anything NFL-related is fair game here. Your comments and feedback are welcome.
Last year's preseason ADP vs. end-of-season finish
Projecting performance for top players is usually easier than doing so for mid- or lower-level ones mostly because their track records are typically longer, and their playing time (and volume) more guaranteed. So, to the extent ADP is a good measure of player performance, it should be a great measure of it at the top.
Let's take a look at last year's top players by position and how they did: You've reached the end of our free article preview.
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