TEAMS BYE: Atlanta, Cincinnati, LAR , Saints Waiver Group: May be available to you (ownership above 50%) QB: MIN Kirk Cousins, JAX Gardner Minshew, DET Matthew Stafford, BUF Josh Allen … Continue Reading Fantasy Football 2019: Waiver Wire Week 9 Pick up’s
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.
Daniel Jones came out for the New York Giants and won a game nobody thought he would. He came out and won the game with out Golden Tate, and Saquon Barkley, who was injured in in Sunday’s game with a right ankle injury. We do not know the severity of the injury just yet, Saquon says he won’t be out long, but he is undergoing an MRI today.
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?
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.
In this segment we discuss Cam Newton’s fantasy football outlook for the 2019 season.
In a combination of marathoning Designated Survivor and seeing the Instagram photos of Tom Brady, Jimmy Garoppolo, Baker Mayfield, and many other QBs at the Kentucky Derby, I thought of an interesting scenario. In a situation where an event incapacitates every single starting NFL QB in 2019, which teams would be the best off? In this article, we will be ranking the backup situation on each team in the case of this situation.