Fantasy football reliability ratings: Tight ends

by KFFL Staff on August 1, 2011 @ 14:38:20 PDT

 


Chris Cooley, TE, Washington Redskins

Player consistency is important to fantasy football owners. While you will never be able to predict exactly how a player is going to perform any given week, looking at historical trends helps identify some of the most consistent players in the NFL on a per-game basis over the past several seasons.

A few of these players experience spikes or dips in their per-game productivity from year to year but remain consistent in terms of their body of work over the period of seasons. Select years were removed to account for injury or sheer abnormality.

Player
Tm
Year
Avg Pts
Kellen Winslow
CLE
2006
6.2
CLE
2007
8.4
CLE
2008
5.7
TB
2009
6.9
TB
2010
6.0
Average points
6.7
Chris Cooley
WAS
2006
6.5
WAS
2007
7.6
WAS
2008
5.2
WAS
2009
6.0
WAS
2010
6.1
Average points
6.3
Kevin Boss
NYG
2008
4.9
NYG
2009
5.1
NYG
2010
5.1
Average points
5.1
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