We build dominant fantasy rosters by amassing arsenals of elite individual players. Some individual talents succeed no matter their team situation, but year after year, fantasy gamers gain a leg up by simply gathering the assets from the most potent NFL offenses.
We build dominant fantasy rosters by amassing arsenals of elite individual players. Some individual talents succeed no matter their team situation, but year...READ MORE
This article recaps a high stakes fantasy football team I drafted in THE FOOTBALLGUYS PLAYERS CHAMPIONSHIP! The entry fee was 350 dollars. The rosters consist...READ MORE
Jalen Hurts was the QB2 overall during Weeks 1-12 only behind Josh Allen which showed a glimpse of his massive potential and upside. During Weeks 1-6, Mike Williams was the WR4 in PPR formats and went for 30+ fantasy points in two of the six games.
This article recaps a high stakes fantasy football team I drafted in THE FOOTBALLGUYS PLAYERS CHAMPIONSHIP! The entry fee was 350 dollars. The rosters consist of 20 players with 10 starters including QB-RB-RB-WR-WR-TE-FLEX-FLEX-K-DEF. The scoring settings are standard PPR scoring with a 1.5 PPR for the tight end position.
It’s already concerning Olave wasn’t an early declare, but beyond that, he ranked third among Ohio State pass-catchers in receptions, yards, and yards-per-reception – in his SENIOR SEASON. Obviously, his competition for targets were no slouches (Wilson and Smith-Njigba), but it’s hard to brush that tidbit of data off.
Williams can presumably win downfield, but much of his production came from his elite YAC prowess. He is a dangerous return man and an electric athlete in space – the polar opposite of Olave.
The College Football Seasons is a mere 10 weeks away, with Nebraska and Northwestern traveling to Dublin, Ireland to face off on August 27th. With Transfer Portal updates coming daily for teams across the NCAA, the deadline to transfer and be eligible to play in 2022 was May 1st. So I am confident enough to release My Top 25 Pre-Season College Football Rankings. Below I will break down the teams to look out for, and teams to fade against consensus.
While breaking down the Top-25 College Football Rankings below, I will also cover some of the Top Prospects to watch for in 2022, as well as some of the top incoming recruits from the 2022 class.
The 2022 Chiefs Backfield Breakdown is part of an offseason series in which I take a deep dive into one NFL team’s backfield and examine the respective rushing performances of the players in it. In doing so, I hope to gain insights into key players from a talent evaluation standpoint, and using that evaluation as a baseline, from a dynasty valuation standpoint.
I will discuss the evolution of strategic levers in best ball tournaments, and outline the principles undergirding my 2022 draft plan. To be clear, this is not a guide in which I tell you what the best construction is, who the best players are, or any other definitive solution to unknowable question befitting a ‘Here’s How’ thread. I wish to discuss an inexhausutive variety of strategic levers you may wish to pull with different force than I will, and build a broader, humility-based strategy applicable to nearly every structure of team or player stance.
This article will cover running backs who look nice but in actuality are masquerading uninvited to the RB1 party. These are RB fool’s gold candidates. They are either declining in production, or they don’t come close to meeting the requirements of a running back who has exceeded expectations according to their current ADP.
It’s fun to hypothesize who the next late-round breakout running back candidate is going to be. One running back who could be this year’s Mitchell-level late-round breakout is a blast from the past: Kansas City Chiefs veteran running back Jerick McKinnon.