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Like everyone else, I enjoy pretending I always know the answer. But the most important thing I know about fantasy football is how useful anything can be and how much we can the answer at all.
It's been a thorny subject before but before now Per Game College Dominators have mostly only come up when someone asked why my calculations differ from a site they use. But with the 2019 draft class comes a lot of players, who stand out on tape, that simply didn’t play or produce well in college. This has brought Per Game College Dominators to the forefront.
Per Game Dominator, the theory seems to be, “prove” or attempt to prove, that these players were in fact very productive when on the field.
This has honestly never made complete sense to me.
I’m going to lay out what I think the flaws are and how I went about testing them compared to whole season Dominator calculation. In the end, I want to offer an opinion on how Per Game Dominators are and are not useful for evaluating players.
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Peter is a writer for FFstatistics @ffstatistics and DLF. Recently he started the new and exciting podcast Dynasty Crossroads @dynocrossroads with Jake Anderson @NFLDraftTalker
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