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Top 10 Free Agent Running Back Landing Spots Part 2

As we described in more detail in Part 1, we are not so much concerned about scheme fit in this scenario, but rather we are playing fantasy matchmaker with the running backs. Let’s now dive in on the rest of the top free agent running backs and where we think they’d best thrive for fantasy owners!

Top 10 Free Agent Running Back Landing Spots Part 1

One of the biggest questions asked by football fans during the NFL off-season is, “where is that guy going to sign?” This question is asked for several reasons. Fans may want a star to come to sign with their favorite team, or they may not want their team throwing money at washed up veterans (still wishing the Lions hadn’t signed LeGarrette Blount a few years ago, ugh).

Draftkings/Fanduel Thursday Night Preview

Football is finally back and the first game of the year is a good one. It features last year surprise team the Chicago Bears hosting the Green Bay Packers. When playing DFS rather its Fan Duel or Draftkings or one of the many other sites it always pays to have an edge. It could be a little known stat, an injury or illness that happens right before kickoff or any other small detail.

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…

AFC West 2019 X Factors

Coming into the 2019 NFL season, most teams have a pretty good idea of which players are going to have a big impact for them. However, each team has at least one player that has the potential to dominate and lead the team to victory, but also the potential to flounder. In this series each of these players will be evaluated by division, and I will give my assessment for whether they will be boom or bust compared to the expectations for 2019.