I owned Torrey Smith last year. I even suggested that you should do the same.
I’m not saying that I was right, but I wasn’t terribly wrong. He still finished as the WR29 in PPR leagues. That’s not unusable.
But it does call into question a lot about how we evaluate year-end data, a whale too big to hunt in an article about a newly-traded receiver joining the 22nd-most efficient passing offense in the league, according to our schedule-adjusted Passing Net Expected Points (NEP) per play metric.
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