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Draft these 4 high-upside wide receivers in the late rounds of fantasy football drafts

The NFL has become a pass-happy league, and all of the sharp coaches are spasmodically calling for throws. Some secondary wideouts on pass-heavy offenses are still going way too late in fantasy drafts.

Donte Moncrief is an athletic freak that most have given up on after his first five pro seasons. But a case can be made that he’s in his best situation since gaining a starting role with Andrew Luck and the Colts.

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Kyler Murray: The Modern-Day Fantasy Football QB1

The criteria for becoming a top quarterback in both real and fantasy football is changing. It’s no coincidence that the top 12 QBs in fantasy are running the ball over 50 times a season. Looking for this trait is a great way to find upside in a late round redraft pick.

Kyler Murray is going outside of the top 100 picks in FFPC drafts and outside the top ten at his position. In the back half of round eight, the risk of a year one flop is outweighed by the more likely scenario of year one dividends.

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The Absolute Sneakiest Dynasty League Waiver Wire Stashes

Despite 12 analysts selecting forty-eight rookies in the RotoUnderworld rookie mock draft, talented youngsters still remained as free agents. These deep sleepers are worth placing post-rookie draft waiver claims on due to their intriguing advanced stats and metrics profiles.

Mike Weber is clearly a handcuff, which makes him unappealing in season-long formats. But in dynasty, handcuffs can be stashed. Why not get the handcuff to the player who is always in and out of handcuffs off the field. Weber could be a league-winner behind the Dallas O-line if Zeke misses time, for whatever reason.

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Three Sleeper Tight Ends Primed for Breakouts in 2019

Finding cheap breakout players is the ultimate edge in fantasy football. And if you aren’t paying up for stud tight ends, sleepers are where it’s at. The advanced stats, metrics, and analytics player profiles are pointing to three athletic tight ends as potential breakouts in 2019.

Gerald Everett has the athleticism, efficiency, and now the opportunity to produce in 2019 in a productive Rams offense. Darren Waller is stepping into a massive target void with the Raiders overhauling their pass catcher core. Jonnu Smith flashed production from Weeks 9-12 last season and deserves a shot at the starting job for the Titans.

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The best-value Konami Code quarterbacks in fantasy football

The days of drafting pocket passers for fantasy football are long gone, and the mobile quarterback is taking over, both in real football and fake football. In order to gain an edge in fantasy drafts, coaches should generally employ a late-round quarterback approach and shoot for upside In order to gain a real edge at the quarterback position, coaches need to acquire a late-round QB who melts faces.

Josh Allen will likely remain a low-volume, inefficient passer in 2019, however, Allen’s rushing upside is undeniable. Allen ranked 2nd-best in carries per game and red zone carries per game in 2018, as well as finishing second in rushing yards and scoring 8 rushing touchdowns to lead the league.

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Truther Tracker: Don’t stop believin’ in these fantasy football sleepers

Have you ever had a player you believed would be amazing in the NFL, but just never caught a break, landed in a bad spot, kept on your taxi squad a couple years too long, or was held back by a certain Green Bay quarterback? I know I have and The Podfather has been asking your favorite fantasy football analysts which players they are still truthers for.

Your favorite fantasy football analysts still believe these players will make an impact in the NFL using advanced stats, metrics, and analytics profiles.

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Is Rashaad Penny the next Melvin Gordon?

Dynasty owners have come to expect fantasy-usable production right off the bat from rookie running backs. When they don’t get it, especially from a healthy player with high draft capital, it becomes a concern. The fact is, the concern is exaggerated.

In the sixth round of FFPC drafts, Rashaad Penny presents a chance to buy into a profile that has an outstanding track record in the long term. Playing beside a mobile QB in a run-heavy offense makes Penny an interesting target for fantasy gamers seeking depth, standalone value and league winning upside. 

4 potential workhorse running backs to target in fantasy football leagues

Workhorse running backs don’t always have to be early-round fantasy picks. If you dig deep enough, fantasy gamers can find these league-winners at value and flip their league in their favor. The advanced stats and metrics point to four RBs that have bell-cow potential in 2019.

Mark Ingram should post a significant opportunity share in a high-volume Ravens offense. Kenyan Drake has over 150 touches available in Miami that he can absorb. Rashaad Penny has an incredible profile, draft capital, and NFL-level efficiency to take the starting job from Chris Carson. Lamar Miller has minimal competition for a hefty workload in a high-scoring Texans offense.

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Time to get over it and vault Tyler Lockett up the dynasty rankings. Jordan Howard, Giovani Bernard, and Carlos Hyde can be dropped in dynasty.

Coming around on around on Chase Edmonds and Keelan Cole. Can Miles Boykin out-produce Marquise Brown in year 1?