Bounce Back Fantasy Football Candidates Everyone loves a good comeback story. They give us hope that no situation is too much for us to return from. In the late 90’s and 2000s, Robert Downey Jr. disappeared from the public eye in the midst of jail time, probation, and rehabilitation. Now,
Looking for cheap and undervalued fantasy football players on DFS sites like FanDuel so you can break the bank? Here are 9 FanDuel Sleepers for Week 17.
The last week before the fantasy football playoffs. Is your ticket punched? Are you fighting for the final playoff spot? Or are you finished and just playing DFS? If you answered yes to any of those questions then you are in the right place. Here are the top Sleepers to give you a competitive advantage for Week 13.
It is an almost unavoidable situation in the early part of the season when a player that you drafted performs below your expectations. This isn’t a negative reflection upon you, but it does test your patience. Wins in fantasy are crucial and that makes it difficult when choosing between your pride in a draft pick and the possibility of another poor week. Coby Fleener of the Saints is one of the best examples of a player performing below expectations in this early 2016 season.
Everyone loves reading about players with upside. Unheralded guys that make good value picks. Players that can be drafted with a reasonable expectation that the onfield results will exceed their draft expectations. And perhaps everyone’s favorite preseason topic is guys that are going to be this season’s top sleepers.
We’re going to define some sources of hype so that you can get off the tracks in time to avoid getting bowled over by the hype train.
As we are now in July and the NFL season is less than two months away, this feels like an appropriate time to discuss some players that I do NOT like for the upcoming fantasy football season. In fact, these are players you couldn’t pay me to draft in any league
WRs will continue to be an integral part of every roster, but at some point, you may be better off taking a shot on an extra TE than continue to hunt WRs that have a lower success rate. You want to be a trend-setter, not follow in the back of the herd. When you fall in line with what everyone is doing, exceptional results will require more luck.
When it comes to fantasy football productivity, the following four position groups should be ranked high on your board, as potential opportunities it will present themselves as these players are in a postion for success.
Fleener will immediately step in as the starting TE for the Saints who parted ways with 35 year-old veteran TE Ben Watson just a year after Watson posted career-highs with 74 receptions for 825 yards and 6 TDs on 109 targets and playing nearly 85% of the Saints offensive snaps.