You're ignoring the reality that it's immediately obvious to us here in dynasty which portion of the massive 4th-7th/undrafted pile actually warrants attention, because of context, measurables, depth-chart opportunity, coachspeak, etc and so forth. It's not just needles in a haystack.PhadedCN wrote:You're using just the strict number of active starters and co-starters to try to prove your point. It doesn't tell us they are more likely to hit than before because you are disregarding the immense amount of flops of 4th-7th rounders and UDFAa.
The pool size is a lot larger than RBs drafted in the first three rounds.
From the outset, we know to dismiss the Tyler Vargas, and at the same time we know we shouldn't ignore the Thomas Rawls. Rawls had lots of threads on these forums before 2015 season started. Did Tyler Vargas? No, because we already knew he belonged in that other pile... which is a lot bigger than the 'good flier' pile.