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Lime wrote:What does it consist of? Ranking in terms of how good you think the players will be in 2005? Or, ranking in terms of how good, in your opinion, the general fantasy baseball player thinks the players will be in 2005?
I bring this up because after I posted a positional ranking, someone told me "Player X" should be ahead of "Player Y" because "Player X" is viewed, from a general consensus, as the better player.
But to me, when I'm ranking players at any given position, I'm basing it on how I think each player will perform in 2005. I don't really put much stock into how the player is projected from the "general point of view". Am I wrong for this?
sooner711 wrote:What I like to do is make my own rankings, then get an average draft position for each player and compare the numbers. You can use any number of sites avg draft position lists or combine a bunch of mocks to get an idea of where each player will be drafted.
Rico The Retard wrote:the best way to rank fantasy players is to put them in order of how good they are........
RynMan wrote:Rico The Retard wrote:the best way to rank fantasy players is to put them in order of how good they are........
Ah geeez. Thats what ive been doing wrong....
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