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Identifying trends in fantasy football while we are fresh off the end of the season is one of the best ways to start preparing for next year. You will see there are a couple of positions (quarterback and running back) that we need to approach differently moving forward.For this article, I took the point per game average of players who played at least 12 games in a given season dating back to 2016 to gather the data below. Carson Wentz was the QB1 in per-game scoring just four seasons ago, but he would have barely finished in the top-10 in 2020. You can also hope to strike gold with someone like Aaron Rodgers, who was available after the tenth round but ended up as the QB3.The quarterback position is changing in fantasy football, as the average weekly score for a top-12 quarterback has increased almost five points in the last five years. RB1 – Christian McCaffery (29.5) There was a bit of a spike in 2018, but that was aided by seven running backs who averaged over 20 points per game, which marked a major bounce-back from a disappointing 2017 for the position.3. He was averaging over 30 PPR points per game before his injury this year, and his per-game average in 2019 was one of the best seasons of all time. Davante Adams had one of the best seasons in fantasy football history on a per-game basis this year. With 149 targets and 18 touchdowns in just 14 games, Adams would have finished with one of the best seasons of all-time had he played all 16.3. Jefferson was spectacular; he finished as the WR8 in points per game and set the rookie record for yards in a season. Only four tight ends averaged more than 12 points per game, and that includes George Kittle, who missed half the season and didn’t finish as a top-12 tight end. He has one of the best seasons for a tight end in league history, and his 312 PPR points would have made him the WR4 on the season. He can be used all over the formation, and at some point soon, we may be talking about him as the best player at the position.If you don’t get one of Kelce, Waller, or Kittle, it probably makes sense to take a similar approach to tight end as you do at quarterback most years. For the most part, the variance is too high to bet on anyone in the middle rounds.Try to nail the perfect draft for the 2020 season with our Perfect Draft Game >> From our Start/Sit Assistant – which provides your optimal lineup, based on accurate consensus projections – to our Waiver Wire Assistant – that allows you to quickly see which available players will improve your team, and by how much – we’ve got you covered this fantasy football season.Jason Kamlowsky is a featured writer at FantasyPros.

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