RWi Week 10 WR Touchdown Dependency Ratios

Week 10 WR Touchdown Dependency Ratios
Byron Lambert,

Just like the Week 10 RB dependency ratios, receivers have expanded to the top 50. When using production on the season to project future performance, ratios close to average indicate that the status quo is likely to continue. Dependency ratios way above average (highlighted at the top of the example in yellow) tell us that a player’s value may face decline or inconsistency, since touchdowns are anything but predictable. A low ratio is characteristic of potential upside and almost a guarantee that current production will continue.

*Chart one reflects this data in order of fantasy points on the season
**Chart two is sorted in ascending order of dependency ratio

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