Fantasy Football Streaming Welcome back to the Primal Stream, detailing fantasy football streaming options at Quarterback, Tight End, and Defense. Week 4 is the start of NFL Bye weeks, however, we’re being eased in the process slowly with just two teams off this week. Week 4 Byes: Carolina Panthers Washington
Fantasy Football Streaming Welcome to the first edition of the Primal Stream! I’ll break down some streaming options for Week 2, focusing on players who are under 45% owned in ESPN fantasy leagues. These are fantasy assets that give you a shot to buy low on before a good matchup,
Fantasy Football Streaming Week 2 Welcome back to Week 2 of Fantasy Streaming. We hit on some nice value plays last week, including Sam Bradford, Evan Engram, and Buffalo’s defense, but I’m kicking myself after pivoting on Pittsburgh’s tight end from Jesse James (6 catches, 41 yards, and two touchdowns)
I’m not going to lie to you. With Baltimore, Los Angeles, Miami, the Giants, Pittsburgh, and San Francisco all sitting out in Week 8, the viable streaming options are dramatically reduced compared to what we have enjoyed to this point in the 2016 season. But there are still noteworthy plays and options with sneaky fantasy appeal. We’ll get through this together.
Here are some lesser-owned quarterbacks, tight ends, and defenses with sneaky fantasy appeal in Week 3. Ownership percentages noted are representative of ESPN standard leagues.
The first week of the NFL and fantasy football season is in the books and every league likely has a few owners panicking over the underperformance of guys like Adrian Peterson and Dez Bryant. But it truly is only one week and it’s no time to lose faith in your early-round picks or make hasty roster decisions. This is a marathon, not a sprint.