Why buy a car for $20,000 when you can buy the same car with a crappy paint job for half the price? That, in a crude nutshell, is one way of looking at arbitrage, a concept the Fantasy Douche first applied to fantasy football several years ago.
The running back position bounced back in a big way last season and an insane amount of touchdown scoring was a huge reason why. With that high rate of TD scoring from the position unlikely to repeat, Zero RB is once again a relevant strategy heading into 2017.
With the success of fantasy football running backs in 2016, their ADPs have risen accordingly.
If there is a player left in Philadelphia training camp that hasn’t been hyped, I haven’t heard of him.
DeShone Kizer will start sooner than later, and gets to throw the ball to a group of players fantasy drafters love.
Ezekiel Elliott has been suspended for six games and it will dramatically change his value and that of Darren McFadden and Alfred Morris.
Doug Baldwin is finally getting the respect he deserves, and it’s an overreaction.
We asked 25 RotoViz staff writers to identify one player whom they feel is being over-drafted, whom they believe will underperform in 2017. Perhaps unsurprisingly, RotoViz writers were most skeptical of running backs. Ten of the eighteen players identified were running backs. Derek Carr was the only quarterback listed. Despite
C.J. Anderson is being underdrafted for the situation he is in.
3 Candidates is a series that identifies key traits of the best and worst picks of 2016 and which players could be this year’s version of those players.