KCR Database

As part of our draft kit, you get the exclusive KCR metric- here is the cherry on top as you get the database. It dates back to 2018 and should have the vast majority of players that played in that time.

What is the KCR?

Glad you asked! The KCR is a consistency metric, unlike others that are on the market. Other metrics come players to weekly finishes- but that isn’t very accurate. Week to week the requirement to finish at the top X of a position changes.

The KCR instead looks only at that single player’s performances. It doesn’t take into account the performances of others. It is, in itself, consistent.

KCR Scoring

The scoring used for working out the fantasy points is:

PassingYards1 point per 25 yards
TDs6 points per TD
INTs-2 points per INT
RushingYards1 point per 10 yards
TDs6 points per TD
ReceivingRecs0.5 points per reception
Yards1 point per 10 yards
TDs6 points per TD

Building the KCR Database

Once the fantasy points for each game are determined, it’s where we put that data into the model and get the answer we want- which players are consistent and which ones aren’t. The exact formula is very involved, but it essentially takes inputs based on:

  • Games played
  • Number of points scored
  • How their points total varies week to week
  • Variation to their average

On the face of it, it might seem simple, but there is alot of moving parts in getting the overall score. The score allows a (fair) comparison player to player. That is especially important the further down the ranks you get. As those players will have limited top fantasy finishes.

KCR Database

Below you can find a table that you can navigate- but if you’d prefer the above in Google Sheets, then you can find that here.

The KCR is exclusive to our draft kit. You won’t find it anywhere else on the internet. Any questions? Reach out on social media, you can find us on Twitter, Facebook, and Instagram.

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