To win a season-long fantasy football championship, your team must have a healthy combination of consistency and big performances. Best ball leagues rely less on consistency, with a premium being placed on players who can put up massive numbers. Winning a DFS tournament requires even less consistency, since you are looking for the highest-scoring lineup for one day only. No matter the league or contest type, these fantasy football stats showing consistency and boom/bust rankings have a ton of value.
Whether it’s deciding between two players on draft day or finding a flier for your DFS lineup, these rankings display the most consistent fantasy football players from 2021. They also highlight the players who were top performers at their position the most over the course of a full season.
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Fantasy Football Consistency + Boom/Bust Rankings Defined
These fantasy football rankings and stats are the best in the industry because we use PPR scoring, evaluated only relevant weeks for quarterbacks and we define a boom, bust and startable performance different than the rest of the industry. Here is a quick breakdown for each position.
QB, TE, DST
- Boom: Top-3
- Bust: Outside of 18
- Starter: Top-12
- Boom: Top-6
- Bust: Outside of 36
- Starter: Top-24
- Boom: Top-6
- Bust: Outside of 48
- Starter: Top-30
2021 Fantasy Football Consistency + Boom/Bust Rankings
Fantasy football stats and rankings are based on the first 17 weeks of the NFL season, as most leagues do not play in Week 18.
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While quarterback rank and total points are for the full season, starts and relevant games are being evaluated towards their percentages. For example, Taysom Hill’s total points and rank are over the course of a full season, but his percentages are based on his relevant starts at quarterback. Jameis Winston‘s total points and rank are over the course of a full season, but his percentages are based on his first six starts, after he left his seventh game playing only 26% of the snaps. This is the same with Taylor Heinicke, Trey Lance, etc.