Deep Sleeper Running Backs Every fantasy football season there are under the radar players that come out of nowhere and help their respective owners into the playoffs. Finding a deep Running Back sleeper can win you a championship, but what nowadays, is considered a sleeper? What is a Sleeper? “Typically, a late-round
Just because you won’t be able to hoist your league’s Fantasy Football Trophy in the air, doesn’t mean you can’t still win some cash playing fantasy this season.
Lost in the shuffle of all the quarterback controversy that has embroiled Philadelphia this offseason, there are multiple questions surrounding the ground game of the Eagles. If, as expected, new coach Doug Pederson makes this the staple of his new offense, it is surely logical to look at who will be entrusted to shoulder this burden. One of the 2015 marquee free agent signings, DeMarco Murray is now a participant in the “Exotic Smashmouth” in Tennessee with the Titans, leaving behind a stable of backs in Ryan Mathews, Darren Sproles, Kenjon Barner and recent draftee Wendell Smallwood.
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.
Conventional wisdom tells us not to put too much thought into Defense / Special Teams when it comes to fantasy football. But this conventional wisdom could leave an untapped gem for you this fantasy season.
Recent ADP data indicates that Pierre Thomas fantasy stock is being drafted near the beginning of the seventh round in standard scoring formats, making him the 31st running back selected.
In a rare swap of fantasy-relevant talent between contenders, the New Orleans Saints shipped running back Darren Sproles to the Philadelphia Eagles for a 2014 5th round draft pick.
The New Orleans Saints are known as one of the NFL’s best passing teams. However, the argument can be made that their greatest success has come when they have run the ball effectively.
Everyone likes to compare different players as the week’s games approach. We all face the question of who to start over whom. We want the match-ups that give us the highest possible success rate.
The scoring systems can greatly change the values of players you draft and where you draft them. PPR scoring is just one example. No matter how many points your league gives for each reception, it can shake up player values.