I dont understand the argument. Are you saying a players track record doesn't effect their value? Or that Evans being big negatively effects his fantasy value? If I'm misunderstanding, then my bad. But if that's actually what you're saying, then yeah I disagree.Dynasty DeLorean wrote: ↑Sat Feb 06, 2021 1:08 amYou don't know/understand the reason or you don't agree with it.MFundercover wrote: ↑Sat Feb 06, 2021 12:19 amSaying that his past 7 years don't count for anything is like saying "Well, McCaffery has been great but he might not be in 2021". Track record counts.Dynasty DeLorean wrote: ↑Fri Feb 05, 2021 8:47 pmI just think he’s properly valued. A lot of the top players are severely overvalued sometimes. Doesn’t mean Evans is undervalued. Evans is attainable, which in theory should be the case for every player. Will be 28 by next season, not known for his high catch totals (which is relevant in ppr), lots of great rookies and young proven wrs, plus unfortunately the past 7 years don’t count for 2021. Should add that the dynasty community as a whole is out on the bigger receivers.
The dynasty community loves Metcalf, Sutton, Higgins, Claypool...
Not trying to start an argument. I literally just dont u understand what the reason is.
Reading back over your initial post, the lack of production comment probably came from the consistency aspect, specifically in the last 2 years. This year, 12 of his games he had 56 or less receiving yards. Only 4 games of 80+ receiving yards. 80+ receiving yards in only 6 games in 2019. The boom weeks help his overall end of the year stat-line but on a weekly basis people are not seeing Evans putting up huge reception and/or yardage numbers. More than 6 catches only 3 times this year and only 4 times in 2019. Not saying his numbers are bad but they're not really representative of an elite WR either, at least the last 2 years. When compared to other high end WR's his age, like Adams and Hopkins for example, they're more consistent than he is. Keenan's sporadic yardage totals are more similar to Evans but Keenan gets way more receptions than Evans does.
The rest of the post though, I just disagree with. If this were some fluke WR1 finish I would agree, but he always hits his numbers, and until we see something to indicate that will change, like an injury or a talent regression, there's no reason to drop his value. Not for my money at least.
Out of the past 7 seasons, Evans has finished ahead of Allen 5 times in full ppr. I get that injury affected Allens career (Evans finished as the WR2 one of those years) but I just dont agree. Evans is proven better, even in ppr.
Anyway, I've been awake way too long. Thanks for the response.