Re: Fantasy Leagues?
Not to derail the thread, but every fantasy position is highly dependent on the performance of team mates. Just a few examples:
- WRs depend on the QB to throw them the ball and do so accurately and when they're open.
- RBs depend on their FB and linemen to open up holes
- QBs depend on WRs to get open and linemen giving them time
Every fantasy stat is dependent on more than just the performance of the player receiving the stat. That's one of the reasons fantasy performance can be so hard to predict (and IMO a primary reason fantasy football is so appealing).
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