There are many reasons for optimism for the upcoming Andy Dalton fantasy season. Surrounded by some of the best weapons in the game, the Cincinnati Bengals are in line to be much improved in 2017.
The best forecasters start with an outside view. That is, they don’t begin by studying the individual characteristics of the thing they’re trying to predict.
Perhaps no other positional market contains the kind of value that can be found in the dynasty league running back bargain bin. The position is so volatile and owners are so fickle and forgetful, that any discussion on buy lows must start in the backfield.
I reached out to dynasty analysts and asked them a simple question… “Who is the one player you either own or are looking to acquire today in all your leagues?” If you missed part one or part two of this series don’t forget to check them out! Below are more players some of the
When seeking buy-low targets in dynasty, I focus on players I don’t expect to use in my starting lineup the upcoming season.
After hauling in only one reception for 15 yards in 2016, it’s fair to say that Laquon Treadwell’s NFL career didn’t start off on the right foot. Those who paid incredibly high prices to obtain him in dynasty drafts before his rookie season are likely feeling burned and regretting their decision.
Any recent buzz surrounding the New Orleans Saints has focused on the breakout of Michael Thomas, the trade of Brandin Cooks to the New England Patriots, or the backfield drama involving Adrian Peterson and Mark Ingram. A player that has been relatively forgotten is Willie Snead, and that makes him a great dynasty trade target.
We know that the same wide receivers tend to finish as top fantasy producers year after year. But we also know that age matters. What happens when these truths intersect? The answer will help us evaluate Larry
Good dynasty owners know there is no such thing as a fantasy offseason. Staying on top of player values and looking for buying opportunities in your leagues, especially in the down parts of the NFL year, is one of the keys to improving your teams.
I’ve been chronicling my efforts to turn an orphaned Apex dynasty team into a champion. Along the way, I’ve talked format and strategy, looked at player projection, made a half-dozen trades, and executed a blockbuster. Now it’s time to prepare for the dynasty rookie draft.