WHO SHOULD I DRAFT? – AFC EAST

Welcome to the next article in the who should I draft? series that I have been writing for you, in a hope that you can find some hidden gems for your upcoming draft. This time I will be looking at the AFC East which has had some big changes happen in the offseason. Another reminder that all figures are at 1/2 PPR. First up in the AFC East champions is the New England Patriots who had a 12-4 season last year but have had one of the biggest changes to their team in years with the departure of QB Tom …

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Overlooked PPR Star?

26 soon to be 27 year old wide receiver out of Duke University, who finished 26th in PPR formats last year and had career highs in targets (122), receptions (78) and receptions for first downs (41) as well as his second highest touchdown total with 6 and also second highest receiving yards in a regular season with 833 yards. Drafted to the Washington Redskins in 2015 with the 105th pick, could this 5 year veteran have another season of personal career high in 2020? Players have often performed better after leaving an Adam Gase led regime, DeVante Parker, Kenyan Drake …

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Who should I draft? – AFC West

Welcome to the next chapter of my, ‘who should I draft?’ write-ups for the AFC divisions and today I’m going through the AFC West. Hopefully you read my last article on the AFC North and found it useful when it comes to your next fantasy draft. Just a quick reminder all ADP figures have been collated at half PPR. The first team I am looking at in the AFC West is the reigning superbowl champions, the Kansas City Chiefs. They finished the regular season with a 12-4 record before going on to lift the Lombardi trophy against the San Francisco …

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Risers and Fallers

Running Backs Players drafted in the 2020 NFL draft are not going to be included in this piece as they obviously can only rise due to not having a standing for 2019, although they will be included in my thought process of how many players may fall out of the top 10 and also how many players could rise into the top 10. Players who finished the 2019 regular season inside the top 10 who might fall outside the top 10 this 2020 season. Firstly, a major faller could be the number 2 running back in PPR formats from the …

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State of the Franchises – NFC West

Fantasy Outlook By Division NFC West If there is a phrase that seems to fit the NFC West it’s “feast or famine”. The teams that make up the West seem to rise and fall in unison – it’s either hyper competitive or filled with bottom feeders. Next season it looks like it’s going to be the former. After their loss in Super Bowl 54 the San Fransisco 49ers will open the season as favourites but will face competition from the Seattle Seahawks and LA Rams and may even see a significant improvement from the Arizona Cardinals. San Fransisco 49ers Despite …

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SKOL!

As someone who is relatively new to the NFL, having only followed the league for four years. Also, as a Leeds United fan who hasn’t had much success to speak of in the last 15 years or so, I obviously chose one of the few teams never to win a SuperBowl before in the Minnesota Vikings, just to pile on the misery a bit more. At least I’ll get to enjoy the ups and downs of both teams at each side of the Atlantic. For my first piece I’m writing about the Vikings for dynasty purposes, as after the Chiefs …

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Who to Target – Bengals

2 Offences primed to take a leap for fantasy Often when we are building dynasty teams we target players and really don’t look at the situation that they are in and the people around them. I’m going to go into the teams I’m targeting and the players within it and why. Also as an FYI this doesn’t mean I try and take them all I just try to target one of these players per team but these are teams that I think will take a leap forward in fantasy and ones I am staying clear of. Bengals – Ready to …

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State of the Franchises – NFC North

Fantasy Outlook By Division NFC North In recent years the NFC North has proven to be one of the most competitive and volatile divisions in the entire league. After early decade dominance by the Green Bay Packers the division has had a new winner every year since 2014. I imagine it’ll surprise nobody that only the Detroit Lions don’t have divisional win in the past decade, in fact it’s now nearly 30 years since they last won the division. After an impressive 13-3 season and a run to the NFC Championship game, Green Bay will enter the season as presumptive …

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Who should I draft? – AFC North

During the next few weeks I will be looking at who you should be drafting for your fantasy team in a half PPR league and who is going to make that extra difference so you can win your league. Firstly, I will be looking at the AFC North and the main players who you need to draft plus some players who you can get cheaply later on in your draft. Firstly we have the Baltimore Ravens, a team who went 14-2 last season with a massive breakout from there QB Lamar Jackson. As wonderful as Jackson was if you want …

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Looking for a TE? I Noah guy

So mostly everyone has their top 4 ranked tight ends as George Kittle, Travis Kelce, Mark Andrews, and Zach Ertz, after that there is a gap in class from the elite 4. However, there is someone who’s getting drafted around the 7th or 8th round in PPR leagues that I’m looking to add after the elite foursome with high upside and its Denver Broncos tight end Noah Fant. Fant had a good rookie year for the Broncos especially once Drew Lock became the starting quarterback. In 16 games, 11 starts, he had 562 yards with 3TDs. He led all rookie tight ends …

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