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10 Stats From 2014 That Can Help Your 2015 Fantasy Football Team

July 17, 2015 by  
Filed under Fantasy Football, Tips & Tricks

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With the 2015 Pro Football season about to start, it is important for all of those fans that enjoy the competition that fantasy sports gives them, need to learn from the past, so they can better prepare for the future. 2014 was a great year to gauge for new players, as well as see which players may be worth more this year due to great performances.

Some players may fly under the radar due to some specific stats that don’t allow fans to see their great overall performances, and this could hurt you if some other person drafts them. However, there are other players that are hyped to be good, but when you look at their overall performance, they don’t really have what it takes. Here are ten stats, that you may or may not know already, about some players that performed well or not.

Players To Consider



Total NEP


Eddie Lacy


Reception: 34.56

3rd among RB

Jimmy Graham


Reception Per Target: 0.59

15th among TE

Le’Veon Bell


Total: 82.85

38th in NFL

Dereck Anderson


Passing Per Drop Back: 0.35

1st in NFL

Antonio Brown


Reception: 0.84

Receptions: 112

8th in NFL

1st in NFL

Calvin Johnson


Reception: 0.82

Success Rate: 98.59%

10th in NFL

2nd in NFL

Aaron Rodgers


Total: 214.26

Passing: 188.41

1st in NFL

10th in NFL

Players To Avoid

Andre Ellington


Rushing: -28.34

Worst in NFL

Devonta Freeman


Rushing: -18.80

Success Rate: 24.62%

3rd Worst in NFL

Worst in NFL

Blake Bortles


Passing: -97.97

5th Worst in NFL

You may want to take a risk on the players that seem to have gone under the radar, even when their performance is on par with those star players. In the end, when participating in fantasy football, it is important to get results from each individual player that you draft, as their performance will give you the necessary points to win.