I have that in my spreadsheed too.Great stuff Squire!! I love the numbers. I guess the only thing missing is avg total points/year, which is kind of covered by avg place/entry.
The reason I'm not putting it in the stats review is that it doesn't really mean much. It's very skewed according to which years the players have participated. Someone who only played the game in say, 2012, 2021 and 2022 (and picked a somewhat serious team) would absolutely boss this standing. Several of the players in the top ten only participated in the 'middle years' of the game's history, so they have avoided 2011, where scores were low due to hardly anyone knowing what they were doing, and 2020, where scores took a massive hit due to covid. Missing out on 2020 in particular would be very beneficial. The ones in this list that are hampered by 2020 are skidmark, Squire, SafeBet and Nyssinator. With such a good average anyway, it's therefore no wonder that all four of us are also in the top 15 when it comes to average placement. kabete, merengues and nuvolablu are a bit further down the average placement ranking, and can therefore be said to have been a bit lucky that they participated in rather high-scoring years. They still had to place decently in some of those years to be on this list, of course, and kabete even has two top-tens, but also a 74th, a 41st and a 54th. The Hitch stopped playing the CQ game just as the scores started picking up a bit from 2016 onwards, so his presence on this list is impressive. But he is one of the absolute strongest CQ managers that has played this game, of course, as seen by him leading the average placement ranking.
Edit: Just for fun, I calculated skidmark's average if he didn't take part in 2020. That would be 14296 points.