One of the best tools to use when preparing for your fantasy football draft is to look at the historical data. Looking at actual performance metrics often times gives different insights than you may expect. Knowing that a player has consistently scored xx amount of points over the past few seasons is valuable information, and looking at the pure numbers you can often times find value in the draft that others will overlook when only looking at various rankings that sites around the internet will give.
While we do give our player rankings, we also have fantasy football tools to help you do your own homework and find those diamonds that others are overlooking. We’ve put together historical data, showing fantasy points scored at each position over the past years. Many sites you play at will show you last seasons stats – but finding historical data showing fantasy point production for the past few years is difficult. Some of these sites don’t even show you fantasy point production for last season – instead they show last seasons stats.
Our historical data gives a lot of information. We list every player at each position that has scored at least 100 fantasy points. We show the players name, position and team. In addition, we show how many games they played, their total fantasy point production and their fantasy points per game. This is important as if you want to compare a player who only played 12 games to a player who played 16 games, total fantasy points is not the best way to compare average production between the two.
Check out our historical data showing fantasy point production history for football players:
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