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3 Fantasy Football Wide Receiver Sleepers to Target in 2019

Wide receivers tend to be a position you can stack up on late and find off the waiver wire and more times then not be okay and have a good core. When you are drafting a wide receiver later in your draft it is all about finding that hidden gem. In this article we will discuss three wide receivers who are going in the 9th round or later that are being slept on and could be that hidden gem you were looking for…

6 Injury Secrets for Fantasy Football

Unfortunately, injuries are a part of the game. I never want us to forget that these players are humans first. However, it is my job is to help navigate the fantasy football waters when players are inevitably injured. I’ll cut through the fluff on this one. I want to share the 6 secrets I personally use to leverage injuries in fantasy football. Let’s dive in…

Fantasy stars to avoid at the top of your draft

As draft season starts to really heat up the first question on all fantasy players mine is who to take in the early rounds especially first. There is of course the can’t miss players Barkley, Kamara, and Hopkins. But there is other superstars who you may want to stay away from in the first round maybe even the second…

Preseason Risers and Fallers – 2019 Fantasy Football

In fantasy football you spend so much time in the offseason putting work into projections and rankings that you may forget to adjust them once preseason comes around. This article will go through 3 players I have risen on since the start of preseason and 3 players I have fallen on since the start of preseason…

6 Things to Watch For as the Todd Gurley Owner in Fantasy Football

Before diving in, here’s a quick anatomy lesson: The knee joint is made of the kneecap (patella), tibia (shin bone), and femur (upper leg). On the inside of the knee joint, between the upper leg and shin, there exists a thick layer of connective tissue called the meniscus. The meniscus has two parts, a lateral (outside) portion and a medial (inside) portion. The meniscus is there to provide stability, reduce friction within the knee, and uphold the integrity of the joint. Think of the meniscus as the brake pads on a car. See the picture below for an illustration…

3 Fantasy Football Running Back Sleepers to Target in 2019

Running backs are one of the most important positions in fantasy football and as the draft goes on it becomes much more difficult to find good running backs you can play. Every year there are some hidden gems that fantasy owners need to take advantage of. This article will outline three guys I think will be sleepers and could help you win a championship…

2019 Fantasy Football: Late Round Quarterbacks to Target

A strategy that is starting to become much more popular, especially in expert leagues is taking a quarterback later in your draft. Stop me if you’ve seen this before. In your home league someone takes a quarterback in the first round. Maybe they take one in second, third, or fourth. The point is in a majority of home leagues one, two, three and maybe more quarterbacks are taken early on. Why does this continue to happen?

Davante Adams 2019 Fantasy Outlook

So, you’re draft is starting up and you load into the draft lobby and you realize you have the 7th pick and you have to decide between a back half running back or an elite top 3 wide receiver. Who are you going to chose? Le’Veon Bell or Davante Adams? The choice here is a simple one. You should chose Davante Adams….

Miles Sanders 2019 Fantasy Football Outlook

Miles Sanders has been one of the most discussed rookies in 2019 and is looking primed to have a really productive rookie season for the Philadelphia Eagles. Sanders attented Penn State University and really only got one season to show off his skills. Playing behind a generational talent in Saquon Barkley did not help him get a lot of exposure in college, but when he did play he was very good. As a Junior Sanders rushed the ball 220 times for 1,274 yards averaging 5.8 yards per attempt and 9 rushing touchdowns. Sanders also caught 24 passes for 139 yards receiving…

Rookie fantasy sleepers that will win your league championship

Everyone knows names like Patrick Mahomes, Todd Gurley, DeAndre Hopkins players who will go in the first two or three rounds of every draft. But the players that will win your fantasy championship are the ones who you may not even know when you are drafting. They are the players like Phillip Lindsay and Marlon Mack the names of rookies that no one knew at the beginning of last year but are household fantasy names now. In this article I will provide the rookie sleepers that will (hopefully) help you win your league…

Josh Gordon 2019 Fantasy Football Outlook

On Friday Patriots wide receiver Josh Gordon was officially reinstated into the National Football League. On Sunday, Gordon can officially rejoin the Patriots. This development obviously is great news for a team that lost some considerable receiving talent over the course of the offseason…

Christian McCaffrey 2019 Fantasy Football Outlook

The fantasy season is quickly upon us! As we move closer and closer to our drafts many questions are arising, especially with the changes amongst the top running backs in the draft. One player who could take the top crown is Christian McCaffrey, from the Carolina Panthers. He simply took over the offense last season and became a workhorse running back. Let’s take a deep drive into McCaffrey’s fantasy history and why he could possibly be the number one pick in your draft…

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