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These 3 Backup Running Backs Are an Injury Away From Massive Opportunity and Are Available at a Discount

Injuries suck. It’s one of the worst feelings to see a guy who’s carried you so far throughout the season, a player you might have become a genuine fan of outside of fantasy, go down in brutal fashion. Todd Gurley’s injury late in 2018 cost thousands of fantasy players (including myself) a likely championship. David Johnson’s wrist injury in week 1 of 2017 ended many seasons before they even really got started. Even last year, Saquon Barkley’s three-week hiatus due to injury was likely the main culprit towards his dismal 4.8% best ball win rate, despite him having an otherwise…...

3 Pass Catchers Going Outside the Top 200 Who Could Supercharge Best Ball Teams in 2020

The final few rounds of best ball drafts are rarely exciting. You’re often left picking between third or fourth receivers, unproven players in tough situations, and handcuff running backs with no standalone value. Admittedly, very few of these picks ever turn out, and most of the time it won’t have any serious impact on your roster. However, among this seemingly lackluster pool of pass catchers are some diamonds in the rough. Last season, A.J. Brown was drafted at 199.7 and rewarded his owners with an above-average win rate in each of the final 12 weeks of the season on his…...

Can These 2 Third-Year WRs Break Into the Elite Tier?

Year 2 has always been a big year for wide receivers, and last year’s sophomore class certainly did not disappoint: four different players eclipsed the breakout threshold of 200 PPR points, the most since 2015, rewarding owners who took advantage of perhaps the biggest edge in fantasy football. Success doesn’t come cheap though, as all the previous breakouts from the 2018 draft class are being picked in the top six rounds. Two of those WRs come with late fourth-round ADPs: Courtland Sutton and Calvin Ridley. Sutton, one of last year’s top values, broke out in a big way in 2019,…...

These 3 Backup Running Backs Are an Injury Away From Massive Opportunity and Are Available at a Discount

Injuries suck. It’s one of the worst feelings to see a guy who’s carried you so far throughout the season, a player you might have become a genuine fan of outside of fantasy, go down in brutal fashion. Todd Gurley’s injury late in 2018 cost thousands of fantasy players (including myself) a likely championship. David Johnson’s wrist injury in week 1 of 2017 ended many seasons before they even really got started. Even last year, Saquon Barkley’s three-week hiatus due to injury was likely the main culprit towards his dismal 4.8% best ball win rate, despite him having an otherwise…...

3 Pass Catchers Going Outside the Top 200 Who Could Supercharge Best Ball Teams in 2020

The final few rounds of best ball drafts are rarely exciting. You’re often left picking between third or fourth receivers, unproven players in tough situations, and handcuff running backs with no standalone value. Admittedly, very few of these picks ever turn out, and most of the time it won’t have any serious impact on your roster. However, among this seemingly lackluster pool of pass catchers are some diamonds in the rough. Last season, A.J. Brown was drafted at 199.7 and rewarded his owners with an above-average win rate in each of the final 12 weeks of the season on his…...

Can These 2 Third-Year WRs Break Into the Elite Tier?

Year 2 has always been a big year for wide receivers, and last year’s sophomore class certainly did not disappoint: four different players eclipsed the breakout threshold of 200 PPR points, the most since 2015, rewarding owners who took advantage of perhaps the biggest edge in fantasy football. Success doesn’t come cheap though, as all the previous breakouts from the 2018 draft class are being picked in the top six rounds. Two of those WRs come with late fourth-round ADPs: Courtland Sutton and Calvin Ridley. Sutton, one of last year’s top values, broke out in a big way in 2019,…...

Can These 2 Third-Year WRs Break Into the Elite Tier?

Year 2 has always been a big year for wide receivers, and last year’s sophomore class certainly did not disappoint: four different players eclipsed the breakout threshold of 200 PPR points, the most since 2015, rewarding owners who took advantage of perhaps the biggest edge in fantasy football. Success doesn’t…...

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