Every year some players seem to appear out of nowhere and become fantasy studs. Sometimes it is the start of a great career and fantasy production, but also some have a huge year and then seem to disappear as fast as they appeared. There have been some nice surprises this year, but what can the future hold?
The Fantasy playoffs are right around the corner. Whether you are a top seed and already have a spot locked up or you must fight for a spot its time to look ahead and see what you can do to your roster to optimize it to bring home the prize.
The fantasy season is flying by and the playoffs are quickly approaching. There is always room to improve your chances of making it into the championship. With time running out its time to try and finalize your roster for the playoffs and time to evaluate who will help you down the stretch. Here are four players you should try to trade for before your trade deadline passes.
On Monday the Miami Dolphins added another draft pick to their growing stash. They traded Kenyan Drake to the ailing Arizona Cardinals for a Conditional 6th round pick in 2020. The Cardinals have been dealing with depth issues in their backfield starting with David Johnson 2 weeks ago suiting up and then not playing, signaling that the injury that kept him out of practice was more serious than originally thought. Chase Edmonds had a breakout game with Johnson on the sideline rushing for 126 yards and 3 Touchdowns.
Another week has come and gone and now we are almost a third of the way through the season. There have been some surprising players that have emerged this year, but on the other hand there are also the players that are disappointments. Of the top 12 QB’s that were drafted by ADP only 6 of them are in the top 12 by fantasy points scored. Three of them were injured and thus have missed games so its no surprise they have dropped from the top 12, but there are 3 that so far have been huge disappointments.
We are almost halfway through the fantasy regular season and there have been lots of surprises. There have been huge games, breakout type performances, and of course injuries. It is never too early to think ahead to playoff time and see where you could end up.
We are almost a quarter of the way through the football season. It always seems like a long summer before football starts and then when it does the season seems to fly by as you closely watch your matchups, talk about your stellar performance last weekend, or wallowing in another loss. Every year there are break out performances and some nice surprises in fantasy that turn out to be gems that can make or break a season. Unfortunately, there is a flip side of that equation. There are players that get drafted that have a bad year or are put into bad situations that make them under perform your expectations from where you drafted them. There is still time to make changes to a roster to try and salvage a season, but is it time to try and make those changes?
Week 2 started with a slow game on Thursday. Last week there were a ton of breakout performances, and there should be plenty of excitement this week as well. Here are some guys for you to keep your eye on.
It’s easy to get swept up in the beginning of a season and think one good game makes a great player. Maybe they had beginners’ luck, or they may have just played a bad team. It’s important to look at the big picture, here are three players that you should pump the breaks on before you make any big changes to your fantasy team.
In 2018 four of the top twelve running backs by ADP did not finish in the top twenty Running Backs to end the season, and there were eight running backs that were drafted outside the top twenty that did. Finding a great RB can add the value you need to beat the competition in your league. Here are three Running Backs to target that are currently being drafted outside the top twelve that can be the catalyst to your fantasy roster.