Editor’s note: This is part one of an eight-part series where we will look at each team’s receiving core by division and analyze which receiver will be the favorite for most targets. As fantasy owners know, targets are a crucial part of success for fantasy receivers. The first article covers the NFC East.
Goal of this podcast: We have out of body experiences and take on the personality of players we think are going to be good quality in 2014. Then, we try and convince ourselves to draft one another. From Lamar Miller to Giovani Bernard, there are players with huge upside this season and we state our case as to why.
The big men never get enough credit, do they? Offensive linemen are like a NASCAR pit crew in that you only notice them when they screw up. Offsides penalties, holding penalties, illegal motion and other negative events tend to stick in your mind more than the pancake blocks and the textbook pass blocking that illicit the best stats out of your fantasy skill players.
Goal of this podcast: To help you understand strategies for ‘dynasty leagues,’ which differ from redraft leagues in that you keep all your players at the end of the season. In addition to keeping your roster, you also have more roster spots to stash away young players while they develop.
Goal of this podcast: To help beginners better understand the game of fantasy football. However, if you’re a veteran, this should give you some info that you might've forgotten about.
Drafting rookies in leagues with standard, non-keeper rules is a lot like buying an iPad the day it comes out. Sure, it’s all shiny and brand new. It poses potential to provide some great entertainment and be a valuable addition to your life, but because it’s so new, all the bugs haven’t been worked out yet.