After an injury riddled rookie season Ryan Mathews has been as high as #8 in some fantasy rankings and as low as #26 with respect to running backs. There was a lot of hype surrounding Mathews and his high draft selection in 2010. Except between injuries and the stellar play by Mike Tolbert, Mathew’s touches were cut into dramatically. However, this year is certain to be different, better. Mathews only played in 12 games in his rookie season.Please, blog, may I have some more?
Fantasy footballers are always looking for that hidden gem late in their fantasy drafts. That’s where fantasy titles are won and lost. Anyone can pick in the top 5 rounds. It’s the owners that find breakout players in rounds 10 or later that end up winning fantasy titles. I prefer to be that guy because I like winning fantasy titles. I also like preventing others in my league from winning fantasy titles. That’s just how I roll. The time to find these late round gems is now.Please, blog, may I have some more?
It’s the time of year that all dynasty owners look forward to, rookie drafts! I will take a look at a 2 round rookie/free agent draft that was conducted from May 13th-15th. Rounds 3-4 will be conducted in August. This is a second year PPR dynasty league which I participate in and run.Please, blog, may I have some more?
Sorry Razzballers everywhere, I’ve been on hiatus due to the NFL being a clustereff. But you can’t stop the NFL, no matter how hard you try! Bastards. So I thought I’d give you an update on some of the goings ons and what nots.Please, blog, may I have some more?
Drafting for value is what it’s all about in fantasy football. You have to be smart when drafting your team, and one of the smartest strategies is to draft according to Average Draft Position (ADP). Sit back and watch as other owners over pay for their draft selections while you land the same or better value in later rounds. Genius, I tell ya. Sheer genius. You’re feeling smarter already, aren’t you? Your fantasy football IQ is increasing by the second.Please, blog, may I have some more?
1. AJ Green (WR) Bengals
If you need RB help I wouldn’t fault anybody for taking Ingram #1 but talents like this don’t come around everyday. There will be plenty of Ingram type RB’s out there in the future. Green has the potential to be great and he could be good right away. I’ve always believed that it’s much harder to find stud WR’s than RB’s. The drafting of Green finally signals the end to the Ochocinco era in Cincy and Green will open the season as the #1 WR. The Bengals drafted Andy Dalton and I don’t imagine Carson Palmer being back after threatening to retire. Regardless of the QB situation, Green will contribute immediately.Please, blog, may I have some more?