Daily fantasy sports, or DFS, is a new way of playing fantasy football and it is rapidly gaining popularity. At its most basic level, every week you are assigned a salary cap and must construct a standard fantasy football team while staying under the cap.
One of the fastest growing strategies in the fantasy industry is the zero running back method. Popularized last season, zero-RB can be described as risky, efficient and against the grain.
Fantasy owners are often very intellectual, analytical and logical people, but have their flaws. Despite a vast knowledge of the careers of NFL players, even the best owners often enter fantasy drafts with the mind set of “what have you done for me lately?”
The supply of QB’s who are fantasy-starter material is getting deeper and that is why it has become advantageous to “stream” quarterbacks. Streaming quarterbacks is basically playing the position as a week-to-week decision…
“With the 2nd overall pick in the 2014 NFL Draft, the St. Louis Rams select…” Who knows… The St. Louis Rams have the 2nd and 13th picks in a loaded draft and it is anyone’s guess as to who they will select.
If last summer you had predicted a St. Louis Rams running back would finish the season with over 1000 total yards and 8 total touchdowns, most would not be surprised. Some might have even said you were being too conservative.