I'm a big believer in the power of aggregate rankings. In taking the average (or median) of independently-generated expert opinions - known as "wisdom of the crowds" - you can factor out individual biases (hopefully) to get a more accurate picture of reality.
And composite rankings have proven to be really accurate in the past. If you have a player ranked far from the expert consensus, you really need to assess your decision for any potential faults. You don't need to conform for the sake of conformity, but if a bunch of people disagree with your projection for a particular player, you need to be more confident in that projection than normal to maintain your ranking.
I have running back Marshawn Lynch ranked at No. 37 overall in PPR leagues, for example - way below his current ADP of No. 11 overall. There are all kinds of reasons I foresee a down year for Lynch - I'm really confident in my assessment of him -
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