In the second of a three-part series, Sam Wallace highlights an emerging offense so loaded it could provide fantasy football league-winners at RB, WR, and TE in 2021.
Going against the grain is not an uncommon approach in fantasy football. While many fantasy managers work within the confines of the consensus, many also embark on their own path, looking to uncover unique values, intriguing sleepers, or high-upside bench stashes. Regardless of your preferred strategy, it’s essential to be on the lookout for the next wave of talented players. Just as we talk about the value of getting out from under a player a year before his value plummets, it can be just as critical to catch a player, or in this case an entire offense, a year before they take off.
In Part 1 of this series, I laid out a case for why one NFC offense is primed to take a Buffalo Bills type of offensive ascension. In this piece, the offense in question might be a year away, but the price to acquire certain players is at a point I can no longer ignore.