Fantasy Football Average Draft Position for 2019

My most recent attempt to push myself to write more yielded an article, but so far I have not followed through with that series of posts. Fortunately for me, and for you reading this now, I had another, probably more interesting, idea to write about with regards to fantasy football. While fantasy baseball is my favorite of the fantasy sports to partake in, besides dungeons and dragons, fantasy football is definitely a close second. I started playing fantasy football in the fall of 2012 against my college friends, won the league, and from there I was hooked. I have joined many a league over the years since and have had some mixed success, but I have not been able to be as successfully as I generally am with fantasy baseball.

Part of the reason I like fantasy baseball more is I have a better understanding of the advanced stats and how I can leverage them to my advantage. While there are some advanced statistics out there, I have not taken the time to fully understand them and their connection to winning fantasy football leagues. In fact, most of what I use comes from reddit or the folks over at CBS. That said, every year I try to do something new to help give myself an advantage in my leagues and this year I finally decided to act upon an idea I have had for a few years now. I have started to track the average draft position (ADP) from Fantasys Pros over time in order to determine the value of players in the preseason. Enough of this long intro, let’s get to it!

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MLB Players Who Walk More Than They Strikeout

While I was finishing up my first article for this blog, I knew that I would be writing a follow up piece on the subject. I also knew that there were many different ways I could do it, yet I was unsure of the best way to do it. Should I look back at the past five seasons and write about that in comparison to 2017? The past ten? Should I turn this into three pieces? What would the right cutoff be? When trying to solve a problem, sometimes I overthink what needs to be done as I try to come up with optimal solution right from the start. While this may not sound like a bad thing, it is certainly a hindrance to getting things accomplished as it prevents me from even starting the task at hand. I have only recently become aware of this problem and I am trying to break that habit. Launching this blog without a fully fleshed out plan was one such way I am doing that, but enough about that topic. Let us get to the content!

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