The RotoViz writers are publishing a series of articles where we speculate on the potential outcomes that aren’t likely, but have just a whiff of plausibility to them. They’re not so crazy we can’t imagine them, they’re not so likely that we expect them to happen. Here are my 10
I’ve recently covered some of my early round favorites, encouraging owners to target the incredible upside potential of Julio Jones and David Johnson. Conversely, Adrian Peterson headlines my list of three early rounds players to avoid. Now it’s time to turn our attention to the
With all of your fantasy picks, you want players who are going to return value. This is especially important for your early-round draft picks. In this article, I will identify three players who are being drafted earlier than they should be in PPR leagues. In other words, they are investments
When I draft my fantasy football teams, I usually follow the best player available (BPA) approach. Frequently, BPA will morph into Zero RB based on the players on the board, but flexibility is the key.
In recent seasons taking a quarterback early in a fantasy football league has become less popular. Many are buying into the late round quarterback philosophy – and rightfully so. There are lots of ways to score points at the quarterback position.
One of the most important indicators of potential breakouts is opportunity. Barriers to playing time is one variable that is important for valuing rookie running backs. Josh Ferguson is an under-appreciated talent that has an easy route to making an early impact in 2016.
After finishing as WR26 in 2015 points per game, Mike Evans is currently being drafted as WR8. He’s going ahead of Keenan Allen, Alshon Jeffery, and Brandon Marshall. Let’s look at why he shouldn’t be selected ahead of those players.
With Zero RB becoming a more popular strategy, wide receivers are being drafted earlier than ever. On average, Antonio Brown and Odell Beckham Jr. are currently the first two players off the board. I’m here to explain why Julio Jones is every bit as good as those two studs.
After winning fantasy championships for owners at the end of 2015, David Johnson still appears undervalued in 2016. Currently drafted as RB4, behind Le’Veon Bell, Todd Gurley, and Ezekiel Elliott, the Cardinals’ emerging star should be drafted even higher. I may be a little biased after writing about David Johnson
We see it frequently. Fantasy owners excessively target rookie wide receivers because they are disappointed about the production of last year’s rookies. Then it happens; the second year wide receiver improves all offseason and comes in ready to blow the top off.