2017 Full Year Fantasy Football Projected Points

New at ReportsDFS - our custom Projected Points, for the entire 2017 season!

New at ReportsDFS - our custom 2017 Fantasy Football projections for the full year!

Using our custom algrothims, we are now offering custom yearly fantasy football projections.

For the lastest - visit our 2017 Full Year Fantasy Football projections.

These rankings are ideal for helping yearly yearly / redraft fantasy football managers. Hepling them prioritize for upcoming draft.

About our algos:

Using several key data points, ReportsDFS runs custom calculations to offer or users 'projected points'.  We use factors such as - role on team, team's offense ranking, home or away, defensive matchup - and serveral more!

For each player, we finely tune these 'factors' as the season goes on.  Data points and weightings are the secret sause in our algos.

Every week we update the subjective data points, and produce weekly projected points.

Do you offer Weekly Rankings?

Absolutley! Every week ReportsDFS updates its subjective factors.  These help our projects to stay fresh all the ebbs and flows of the NFL season.

See our Week 1 Projected Points for all the players who have already drafted their teams.

Stay in tune with ReportsDFS as the season rolls on!

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