One of the most popular Sell High’s is Aaron Jones. It’s easy to see why, 19 total touchdowns (23 including the postseason), lack of receiving options on the packers, and a “split” backfield. However, what if I told you he might be a buy?
Time has passed and you are no longer the armpit of your league, but you’re also not really a playoff contender. You’re in No Man’s Land. This is probably the toughest place to be in fantasy, because you are still losing a considerable amount, but you don’t have as much draft capital to make things better. Worry not, because No Man’s Land is a step that most have to go through on their way to greatness. Let’s look at some aspects of this rebuild together.
The last week of preseason is over and it’s time to make some last minute roster decisions. To aid the decision making process, I would like to offer my evaluation of a few of the wide receivers going into their second year in the NFL. Please note that all ADP’s listed are for 1QB leagues, so you can assume 12-24 spots later in superflex or 2QB leagues.
Your fantasy season is always an injury or 2 away from disaster, meaning that you’d better be ready with a replacement when one of your studs goes down. Luckily when you’re QB goes down there very little question about who will be taking over. Here are the top 4 QB handcuffs
If you’re an owner of a team that you believe is primed to win now, I have been analyzing the facts on Gurley, and if it would be worth the price to buy from his current rebuilding owner. In this article, I am hoping to provide some insight on why Gurley might be the perfect piece to take your team to the fantasy promised land. I understand it is impossible to truly know what is going on with Gurley, but this is my attempt to try and piece together his fantasy output.
This is probably the most gut-wrenching part of the process. You need to sit down and analytically look at your (so-called) team. Most likely, if you’re a cellar dweller, you’re going to have a lot of weaknesses and very few (if any) strengths, but you need to know what they are. This process could shock you; you could be closer to competing than you thought. If that is the case, great! If not, don’t fret. You only can work with what you have, anyway.
The hopefully, but not likely temporary retirement of Andrew Luck has hit me pretty hard in the dynasty compartment of my fantasy brain. While luckily, I am not a Colts fan, I drafted Luck in his rookie year in my first ever dynasty startup draft. I have moved on from every single original player left from that team except for the one constant through all the years; Andrew Luck.
The players listed in this piece are players that I believe team owners may be sleeping on. Some of them have a chance to really breakout while some of them could just simply be players you can acquire at a really good value to fill some lesser holes on your roster.