WRs Who Shouldn’t Have Scored So Much: Negative Touchdown Regression Candidates
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Due to the variance in wide receiver touchdowns year-to-year and other stats only weakly predicting next-season receiving TDs, regression can be used to identify wide receivers whose 2017 receiving touchdowns didn’t align with their expected touchdown total.

Michael Dubner

RotoViz Featured Writer. Emphasis on DFS and DRAFT Best Ball.
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