Progressive Development of Players as Reflected in the Fantasy Football Rankings

Fantasy footballers look for potential players who can progress up the fantasy football rankings. A WR who is not in The Ballers Consensus Top 15 requires several improvements over the seasons to make the list.

Martavis Bryant is an example of a player who requires progressive improvement to leap into the territory. The player failed in the previous seasons because of suspensions, poor training performance and injuries. He became a valued asset for the fantasy footballers because of his success in the few games that he played.

Martavis Bryant expectations are the low-end thresholds of a WR1. Slight improvements in the catch rate and target share can make Bryant finish as a WR1. This would improve his fantasy football rankings.

Fantasy footballers are people who enjoy competing with their friends on paper. The game encompasses strategy, communication and league formation. Winning the mental games requires one to be at the top of the fantasy football rankings.