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.
During every start-up draft one of the keys to having a successful first season is finding value in the later rounds. Every so often someone will get lucky and pick that rookie free agent who steals the starting job and blows up, but usually the best you can hope for is a really solid bye week guy or someone to play when your starter misses a game. A player who fits this description perfectly is Jalen Richard.
Is it me, or does every buy low list end up feeling like you have someone listing all the reasons you need to get back with all of your ex’s? The endless list of reasons they’ve changed and are so much better suited for you now than they were in the past. I mean the problem really must have just been the timing, right? They really are so much better than they showed, everyone just can’t see it. So, without any further ado, here’s 5 ex’s you should get back together with…I mean buy low.
If you’ve been playing fantasy football for any amount of time chances are injuries have cost
you a title or two, either in your mind or in reality. Injuries can also be the key to winning
though, finding the guys coming off injury that could help or hinder your chance to compete
and ultimately win titles can be key to a successful offseason. Here are five guys I’m targeting
and four guys I’m looking to avoid or sell.