Join Jack as he takes a dive into the offensive skill position players in the AFC North, and who gives you the BEST value in 2020 fantasy football…
Day three of the 2020 NFL draft has come to a close. The Cincinnati Bengals made it clear with their selections that defense was of
The Raven’s added another win to total of an eight game win streak with the most recent victim being the San Francisco 49ers. But it wasn’t easy. Sam Koch had his busiest game in a while, where the 49ers forcing the Ravens to punt twice with a strong defensive game throughout. They held the Baltimore high powered offense to its fewest points this season and even caused Lamar Jackson to fumble. It was a true test for the Raven’s resiliency as they were faced with true controversy to overcome. With the score tied entering the fourth quarter both teams failed to convert fourth down conversions. The ravens had another fourth down opportunity with six minutes remaining in the game, Harbaugh knew it was make or break time for the Ravens. Baltimore has found great success with a 75% conversion rate on fourth down. With a strong run from Jackson the Ravens continued the game winning drive. The Ravens called on the most accurate kicker in NFL history, Justin Tucker, for a game winning field goal from 49 yards out. And now here we are, with the Ravens on top of the AFC at 10-2 and are away from Baltimore to take on the 9-3 Buffalo Bills.
Moving on to the AFC North, It is similar in ways to its fellow northern division in the NFC with a few strong defense, including one that could be considered the best in the AFC last season…
In this article we discuss JuJu Smith Schuster’s 2019 fantasy football outlook.
Nick Chubb is entering his second year in the NFL and is one of the best young running backs in the NFL right now. He is someone who if he finished top 5 in 2019, I wouldn’t be surprised.
Mark Ingram will be the worst starting fantasy football running back in the AFC north mark my words. Mark Ingram is 29 and will turn 30 this season he is bound to hit a wall or maybe he already has?
Joe Mixon is entering his third year in the NFL and is coming off a really good 2018 season. A season in which he finished as the number 9 fantasy running back which is up 23 sports from his 32 running back finish in his rookie season. Based off his first ow years Mixon should continue to improve and finish even higher right?
The AFC North is one of the toughest divisions in the NFL. All the teams are super competitive and have an opportunity to make a real post season run. As fantasy players we care more about what they will do in the regular season for our fantasy football teams. In this article we will go through each starting quarterback in the AFC North and rank them from the lowest fantasy football finisher to the highest fantasy football finisher.