This article is part of a series about players who could lead the league in targets.
The Fantasy Efficiency App is one of my favorite apps here at Rotoviz. The app does a really great job of showing which players might be doing more with less, as well as which player’s value may be propped up by the great opportunity they’re seeing.
Early picks in fantasy drafts are important, but the winners hit on the late-round picks that greatly outproduce their cost. Late-round picks don’t get the same attention the early-round selections do, but there are certainly some ADPs to exploit in best-ball formats this season. Here are my favorite late-round picks
There’s no better way to locate severely under drafted fantasy players than to use coaching tendencies to find players who could see a lot more opportunity than others are predicting. It is certainly a more effective way than trying to guess which guys will have career years based on things
During the preseason there’s been a decent amount of talk in the fantasy community about the battle for the Saints third wideout spot and Brandon Coleman. Coleman was named in Shawn Siegele’s Top 15 Dynasty Deep Sleepers For 2015, and Heith Krueger knighted him a wideout flying under the radar. Looking at preseason play
This is my first season really diving into the MFL10 format. I didn’t go crazy, but I did draft 10 leagues, which I consider a decent amount. In no way am I an expert on best ball leagues, but I think I have a solid grasp on the format thanks
Every offseason fantasy drafters uncover a few favorite players. These are the guys we keep an eye on during drafts and take a little earlier than ADP suggests just to make sure they’re on our roster. We plant our flags in the sand next to these guys and couldn’t care less if
Arian Foster tore his groin off the bone. Once you’re done cringing we’ve got some thinking on DeAndre Hopkins‘ fantasy value to do. Foster is expected to be out until week 10 at the earliest. Even then he might not be ready to go. RotoViz has been talking up Hopkins often
This piece was really inspired by Shawn Siegele’s piece projecting Sam Bradford to throw 50 touchdowns. After reading that article I immediately thought of Mike Evans as a guy who, just like Bradford, has a chance to really burn up fantasy leagues if a few things bounce his way. Evans was,
For our veteran RotoViz audience this piece probably looks familiar, but for subscribers who are entering their first season with us I actually put together a 2014 version of this piece, part one here and part two here, that I thought was simple, and actionable. There’s a ton of luck in football and it’s extremely hard