Redraft Winners: 4 Guys That Will Help You Win in 2019
Every offseason different things occur to knock a players value, whether they are traded or in an unfavorable coaching situation it can cause some players to dip in cost making them steals to help you win your fantasy leagues. These can consist of some of your favorite players, or some guys you are not a fan of, but just remember, you can watch these players during the season whether or not you have access to these games. Just check out which betting sites allow you to live stream sports. Here are 4 players that will help win you a championship in 2019:
Wide Receiver | Oakland Raiders
Brown has finished as a top 3 wide receiver each of the past 6 seasons. His current ADP is 19 coming off the board as the wr7. While Brown did switch teams and no longer has the same quarterback he has had his entire career, it shouldn’t be worrisome as Derek Carr has maintained top receivers before with Michael Crabtree finished as the wr10 in 2016 with Carr under center. Brown is the best wide receiver in football, even without Big Ben, expect a top 5 finish as he continuously produces elite numbers year after year as he should be in the conversation as the first wide receiver off the board instead of going in the middle of the 2nd.
Running back | Detroit Lions
There is many different cases you can make for Kerryon, because at the end of the 3rd round as the RB19, Kerryon is a steal. While splitting carries with Blount as a rookie, Kerryon averaged 13.9 ppr points per game, which was the RB19 in point per game. While that’s even with his ADP, this includes the first two weeks of the season where he had just 21 touches between the two games. After week 2, Kerryon had a more definitive role in the offense, averaging 16 touches per game, which resulted in him averaging 15.4 points per game. This would qualify him as the rb12 in points per game. Kerryon is going over a round later than Dalvin Cook and Damien Williams, let someone else over draft them and take Kerryon later.
Running back | Miami Dolphins
Drake is a gamble, but has a high chance of paying off. Drake has been held back due to Adam Gase for the past two years with Gase refusing to give him the touches he deserves, even though he always looks electric with the ball in his hands. On just 173 touches, Drake finished as the rb14 in 2018 while having the 7th most points per touch of any running back. Both Adam Gase as well as Frank Gore who was the lead back last year are gone. Yet somehow, Drake is going as the rb24 as the 48th player off the board. Drake could be one of the best steals in drafts this season as your teams RB2 for cheap.
Wide Receiver | Arizona Cardinals
Prior to 2018, where Fitz finished as the wr27, he had three straight finishes as a WR1. However, somehow the future hall of famer is getting no respect going as the wr40 in the middle of the 9th round. Included in this, he’s going behind guys such as N’Keal Harry, DK Metcalf, and Geronimo Allison. With the lack of production that occurs from rookie wide receivers as well as Allison being in an uncertain group of wide receivers who could emerge as Green Bay’s 2nd receiving option, Fitzgerald should be going ahead of these guys quite easily. Don’t be afraid to be willing to draft Fitzgerald much higher than his ADP is and take him in the 7th round around guys such as Allen Robinson and Christian Kirk, as he will likely outproduce these guys in your championship lineup.
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