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The 2018 WR Rankings are, in part, a reflection of the huge decrease in production from wide receivers in 2017. All the key variables were down considerably. Targets (went from 10,289 to 9,410), receptions (went from 6,501 to 5,800), yards (83,242 to 74,821), and touchdowns (498 to 435) all took major hits in 2017. This all adds up to a down year in Fantasy scoring at the position and some major shifts in the rankings. So, what can we take away from these numbers?
The landscape of Fantasy Football continues to be ever-changing. What has been a very pass-heavy league started to veer in the direction of ground-based attacks over the last couple of seasons. With this philosophy change around the league, it has become more important to field a sound running game with your Fantasy lineups. The players that finished among the Top 10 at the position in 2017 were a mixed breed of the usual cast of characters and rookies that broke into the league in a big way.
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Someone at @DIRECTV explain to me why cost for the #SundayTicket continues to rise while my exclusivity to games decreases?? I’m seeing less games because TNF/London games but paying more $$? Ridiculous! May as well cancel...
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Selecting a term
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