As statistical analysis and newly-created metrics become more of the norm in sports, the fantasy football community is caught between a rock and a hard place. On one hand, understanding things like Average Depth of Target (aDOT) and Pass Blocking Efficiency Ratings can be extremely helpful when analyzing a wide receiver’s usage or the strength of a team’s offensive line, but with so much player and coach movement each season, year-to-year data can only take you so far. There are also a number of these Next Gen stats that have very limited usefulness when it comes to player evaluation in the preseason. Something like Aggressiveness (AGG%) is pointless to look at if a quarterback has changed teams or is working under a new coach or...